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Hawaii Supreme Court Considers Petition To Impeach Keith Kaneshiro

While the court’s forthcoming decision is unlikely to affect the race for prosecutor, it could affect future cases involving electronic petitions.

Civil Beat Economy Panel: ‘We Don’t Survive’ Without Reopening Tourism

The first of Civil Beat’s three-part event series on Hawaii’s changing economy kicked off with a discussion on reimagining tourism and reopening the economy.

VIRUS TRACKER — Sept. 18: 114 New COVID-19 Cases In Hawaii

Since March, 11,217 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the islands.

Honolulu Police Are Issuing An ‘Unprecedented’ Number Of Pandemic Tickets

Many are being dismissed. But the court system is struggling to keep up as thousands of violators are forced to appear before a judge anyway.


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Is Long-Term Distance Learning Leading To Educational Atrophy? Robert Pollack via Flickr

Is Long-Term Distance Learning Leading To Educational Atrophy?

The longer our children spend in such an environment, the more complacent they might become.

Neal Milner: Pacific Islanders Are Mentors Not Victims Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Neal Milner: Pacific Islanders Are Mentors Not Victims

Pacific Islanders have been hard hit by the coronavirus in Hawaii. But they’re not waiting for government to take care of things for them like so many of us are.