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The Key To Police Reform? Both Officer And Community Buy-In

Putting community engagement at the heart of police reforms undoubtedly is a stride in the right direction. But officers need support for their work, too.

Honolulu’s Teenagers: Their Lives Are Defined By Resilience And Cautious Optimism

The pandemic and political upheaval of the past two years have changed Gen Z’s definitions of hope, fear and success.

Hawaii Health Care Workers Are Getting Creative As Vaccine Interest Fades

Six months into the state’s vaccine campaign, the next hurdle is overcoming vaccine hesitancy in the younger community, local clinic leaders say.

Hawaiian Airlines Reservation Systems Are Overwhelmed

On Friday, Hawaii’s dominant carrier apologized to customers unable to book flights either on line or by phone.


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Eric Stinton: The Dangers Of Hawaii’s Warrior Spirit HNN

Eric Stinton: The Dangers Of Hawaii’s Warrior Spirit

The same warrior mentality that electrified all of us on the football field was also Colt Brennan’s downfall off the field. Could we have done more to help him?

Remote Testimony Worked Well This Session. Now Let’s Make It Even Better Claire Caulfield/Civil Beat

Remote Testimony Worked Well This Session. Now Let’s Make It Even Better

Hawaii’s 2021 legislative session showed that such testimony works and that the public likes it.

Lee Cataluna: The Curious Incident Of Colleen Hanabusa And HART Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Lee Cataluna: The Curious Incident Of Colleen Hanabusa And HART

The good news is the hard-charging politician is willing to help HART. The weird thing is how it happened.