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Hawaii Gun Permit Ruling Sides With ‘Homesick’ Navy Officer Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Hawaii Gun Permit Ruling Sides With ‘Homesick’ Navy Officer

The lawsuit was filed before a U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanding gun rights across the nation forced Hawaii to begin issuing concealed carry permits.

Solomon Islanders Did More Than Just Save JFK During World War II Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat/2022

Solomon Islanders Did More Than Just Save JFK During World War II

The people of the South Pacific nation, the site of several battles, were integral to the Allied war effort, rescuing hundreds of servicemen behind enemy lines.

Homeward Bound: Hawaii Program Flies Homeless People To The Mainland David Croxford/Civil Beat/2022

Homeward Bound: Hawaii Program Flies Homeless People To The Mainland

The Institute for Human Services’ relocation program has served nearly 600 people experiencing homelessness on Oahu since 2015.

Displaced Palolo Valley Residents Press City To Settle Over Damaged Homes Alicia Lou/Civil Beat/2022

Displaced Palolo Valley Residents Press City To Settle Over Damaged Homes

A forgotten group of homeowners on Kuahea Street and Kuahea Place want the same resolution as other former residents of the Waiomao neighborhood ravaged by landslides.

Neal Milner: Forget About The Elections. This Endangered Butterfly Is A Much Better Story US Fish & Wildlife Service

Neal Milner: Forget About The Elections. This Endangered Butterfly Is A Much Better Story

Scientists, landowners and the government worked together to save this rare creature.

A Historic Day For Honolulu: Preservation Commission Gets Green Light Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

A Historic Day For Honolulu: Preservation Commission Gets Green Light

A combined effort between Mayor Rick Blangiardi and City Council member Esther Kiaaina is making the commission a reality after 30 years.

Denby Fawcett: New Iolani Palace Exhibit Will Describe The Hawaiian Kingdom’s Overthrow David Croxford/Civil Beat/2022

Denby Fawcett: New Iolani Palace Exhibit Will Describe The Hawaiian Kingdom’s Overthrow

Expected to be completed in 2024, it will be the first major new exhibit the palace has undertaken in decades.

Finland Is Solving Homelessness, And Hawaii Can Too www.ara.fi/en-us

Finland Is Solving Homelessness, And Hawaii Can Too

A recent conference brought together housing experts to chart a new path.