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Honolulu City Councilwoman Rene Mansho convicted of misusing campaign funds and sentenced to one year in jail and five years' probation.

Democratic front runner Jeremy Harris quits governor's race before his official entry.

Congresswoman Patsy Mink dies.

Hawaii's first female governor, Republican Linda Lingle, elected.

Former Honolulu City Council member Andy Mirikatani begins serving four-year three-month prison sentence for receiving $6,884 in kickbacks from city employees.

University of Hawai'i men's volleyball team defeats Pepperdine to win NCAA championship.

Andy Irons of Hanalei, Kaua'i wins most prestigious surfing titles in a single year: the World Championship, Triple Crown and Pipeline Masters.


Gary Rodrigues, one of Hawaii's most powerful labor leaders, convicted on 101 federal charges of mail fraud, money laundering and embezzlement.

The state settles its $2 billion antitrust lawsuit against Chevron, Tosco, Texaco, Shell and Unocal for $20 million, or one percent of what it had been seeking.

Former Big Five company Amfac files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Ernest Morgado, inventor of "Huli Huli Chicken," dies.


Thirteen million dollar Marine Education Center, designed to give a brief overview of geology, history and biology of the bay, opens at Hanauma Bay.

Disney's animated film Lilo and Stitch borrows characters and surf themes from Hawai'i.

Local author Takashi Matsuoka publishes Cloud of Sparrows, an epic samurai tale.


Winter Olympics are held in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Exiled Afghan King Zahir returns to Afghanistan.


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