HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - When Amazon said it would create a second headquarters, it got 236 bids. Now it has narrowed its list to 20 finalists. In the New York area it is still considering both New York and New York. In the D.C. area it is still considering D.C. and both the Virginia and Maryland suburbs. It's still looking at Boston, but no longer at Portland, Maine. It's still looking at Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Columbus or Indianapolis, but no longer Cleveland. In Texas it's still considering Dallas and Austin.
Elsewhere in the South it's still reviewing Nashville, Raleigh, Atlanta and Miami. Los Angeles and Denver - and Toronto - made the finals.