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Number of People Being Monitored For Coronavirus In Hawaii Is Dropping

As of Thursday, the Hawaii Health Department had yet to identify any suspect coronavirus cases in Hawaii, but continues to investigate the Hawaii vacation of a Japanese couple who later fell ill.

A Military Perspective On Climate Change

Military leaders have been contending with climate change impacts on bases, forces and equipment around the world.

Neal Milner: I’m Happy Being An Outsider In Hawaii

The term “local” is so overrated. I’ve spent decades contributing to the public well-being without embracing that culturally sensitive label.

Hawaii DOE’s Next 10-Year Vision Will Have To Wait

The Board of Education deferred voting on approval of the plan, saying it warrants more scrutiny and discussion.

Community Voices

Tom Yamachika: Do You Buy Fuel? Then Be Very Afraid! Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Tom Yamachika: Do You Buy Fuel? Then Be Very Afraid!

Hawaii lawmakers are proposing a carbon tax to replace the barrel tax.

Keeping Sustainable Seafood On Hawaii’s Tables Courtesy: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Keeping Sustainable Seafood On Hawaii’s Tables

Elected officials and managers need to respect and maintain fisheries management and ocean conservation.

The Haiku Stairs Are Worth Saving Flickr

The Haiku Stairs Are Worth Saving

It is a historical treasure that is famous around the world.

Why Are Hawaii’s Lawmakers So Scared Of Hemp? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Why Are Hawaii’s Lawmakers So Scared Of Hemp?

As other states establish flourishing industrial hemp programs, we continue to lag far behind.