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Alan McNarie: The Men Of Paa

This nonprofit group aims to change destructive lifestyles into positive forces for the community.

A Guide To The Case Against The Kealohas

The former Honolulu police chief and his wife, a city prosecutor, have pleaded not guilty to the charges contained in a federal indictment.

Former Honolulu Police Chief And Prosecutor Wife Arrested

UPDATED: Louis and Katherine Kealoha, the center of a years-long investigation by the U.S. Justice Department, pleaded not guilty to 20 counts of abuse of power and public corruption.

Can School Gardens Get Kids To Eat Their Vegetables?

More than 80 percent of Hawaii schools have some kind of garden, part of a booming, nationwide farm-to-school movement.

Boat That Ran Aground 0ff Honolulu Sent No Distress Signal

The wreck of the fishing vessel, carrying workers from Southeast Asia, raises concerns about the treatment of foreign crews.

Community Voices

Tom Yamachika: Hawaii’s Tax Department Is Doing Better

Tom Yamachika: Hawaii’s Tax Department Is Doing Better

There has been a big improvement in taking customer inquiries, but there is room to grow.

The Propaganda Of Homelessness In Hawaii Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

The Propaganda Of Homelessness In Hawaii

The media and the government are guilty of perpetuating fantasies.

Rat Lungworm Disease Demands State Action

Rat Lungworm Disease Demands State Action

The Ige administration should stop belittling the work of UH Hilo’s laboratory and fund it immediately.

Hey, Millennials: It’s Time To Engage Politically Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hey, Millennials: It’s Time To Engage Politically

The generation is encouraged to stop being apathetic and become involved in issues before the Hawaii Legislature.