April Estrellon is Civil Beat’s interactive developer and multimedia producer, where she helps tell news stories through audio, video, animation, data visualization and design.
She has also produced Civil Beat’s award winning Offshore podcast.
April has degrees in journalism and anthropology from the University of Hawaii Manoa. She once had dreams of being an archaeologist, but soon discovered that it’s nothing like Indiana Jones and that she prefers telling stories to digging and lab work.
April is often glued to her headphones, but you can get her attention by emailing her at email@example.com
HART’s inability to relocate utilities along Dillingham is central to rail’s latest staggering cost spikes. Now, the agency says it finally has a “good plan.”
A few months ago we asked Native Hawaiian readers outside of Hawaii to tell us why they left the islands. Here’s what they had to say.
Nearly half of all Native Hawaiians live outside Hawaii. But, as we discover in the new season of Offshore, Hawaiians carry the islands with them to far-flung places.
Letting lawmakers know what you think about local issues is an important part of the democratic process. Here are ways to get your voice heard.