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Blaze Lovell is a reporter for Honolulu Civil Beat. Previously, he was a reporting fellow and intern. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Born and raised on Oahu, he graduated from Pearl City High School in 2014 before migrating to the desert to study journalism. In his college years, Blaze served as the managing editor for UNLV’s paper, the Free Press, and also played rugby, which is like football without pads or rules.
As smoke settled in the fire-ravaged neighborhood Monday, neighbors recalled the terror they’d felt a day earlier.
Updated: The shooting suspect is believed to have also started a fire in the neighborhood that destroyed at least seven houses.
Legislators kicked off the 2020 session united with the governor to tackle the cost of living. The question is whether their bold ideas will become reality.
In an unusual display of pre-session unity, top state officials and business leaders have largely agreed on a plan aimed at bringing down Hawaii’s high cost of living.
It’s not a recession yet but government should consider picking up some of the private sector’s slack as the construction industry wanes.
Richard Schuman says the industry is safe and does not need increased federal regulation.
A new report from the Legislative Reference Bureau highlights failed attempts by law enforcement and lawmakers to deal with the recurring issue.
The National Transportation Safety Board plans to have a preliminary report from its investigation in three weeks and the final report within two years.