That's according to reports filed yesterday with the state Campaign Spending Commission.
Morgado has spent the most to this point, with Fasi spending the least.
Morgado paid $578,364 to advertising firm Starr Seigle McCombs for media aid and advertising. Fasi has given $30,000 to Camera One, a local television production firm, and $7,718 to KHNL Productive. Another $170,000 was spent on advertising, primarily through television. Harris has relied heavily on the advertising firm of Loomis and Pollock, which has received $304,343 from the campaign with another $43,000 outstanding.
Diane Murayama, executive director of Catholic Charities Elderly Services, said she "jumped at the chance" presented by the Hawaii Community Development Authority, responsible for Kakaako's redevelopment.
She had long wanted to establish a senior center as part of the community, without government involvement, she said. "Here, this dream is coming to fruition."
The Kakaako Senior & Community Center will open Friday in the restored Royal Brewery building, 547 Queen St.
Witness Anthony Marcos, also known as Angel, said he saw Biscoe drive out of the parking lot of Dot's in Wahiawa restaurant on 130 Mango St. Marcos said he then saw the bloodied victim, Thomas Hall, yelling for help.
Biscoe is accused of beating Hall, 33, in the head with a brick. Hall died in the hospital the following day.
The lieutenant passed the Farrington Highway underpass on Kamehameha Highway and heard what sounded like an explosion. Realizing his car had been struck, he stopped and reversed. He saw a youth throwing something at his car and heard another crash.
Officers located several males in the area a half-hour later. The lieutenant identified one as the culprit. The youth was released pending investigation.
The man was driving on Keomuku Road toward Lanai City, when his pickup truck crossed the center line and struck an embankment at 10:50 p.m.
Police were investigating whether a heart attack precipitated the crash.
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