Top U.S. Cities to Share More than $850 Million in Security Funding

N.Y. is top draw with $207 million, followed by D.C., L.A. and Chicago


HONOLULU (AP) - Honolulu is one of the 50 cities that will share more than $850 million under a Homeland Security program for places at high risk of terror attacks.

Honolulu's take is $6.5 million.

The biggest chunk of funding will be directed toward New York City, which has complained that it has been shortchanged in the distribution of such money.

New York City will receive $207 million, followed by the Washington area, Los Angeles and Chicago. All the funds are for the 2005 fiscal year.