Civil Beat Reporter

Blaze Lovell

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.

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February 2020

Tuesday, February 25

Former House Speaker Eyes Open Honolulu City Council Seat

Friday, February 21

Uber And Lyft Are Fine With Hawaii Regulating Them — Just Not Too Much

Tuesday, February 18

Six Feet Above: Where To Draw The Line On Sea Level Rise

Tuesday, February 11

Lawmakers Limit Scope Of Bill Banning AG’s Probe Of Hawaiian Nonprofit

Monday, February 10

A Proposed Native Hawaiian Commission Is Already Getting Pushback

Friday, February 7

State Lawmakers Are Weighing A Slate Of Bills That Affect Native Hawaiians

Thursday, February 6

Hawaii Taxpayers To Foot Bill For Student’s Near-Drowning, Teen’s Fatal Scooter Crash

Tuesday, February 4

Hawaii Lawmakers Want State To Reconcile With Native Hawaiians

Monday, February 3

New Police Misconduct Reports Show A Range Of Bad Behavior

TMT Hot Potato: Hawaii Leaders Are Ducking Responsibility On Mauna Kea

January 2020

Friday, January 31

Caldwell Raises Nearly $300K For 2022 Governor’s Race

Thursday, January 23

Senators Delay Vote After Grilling Aila As Head Of Hawaiian Home Lands

Tuesday, January 21

Sunday Shooting Overshadows Hawaii Governor’s State Of The State

Police Find Human Remains At Diamond Head Home Where Two Cops Were Killed

Sunday, January 19

Man Suspected Of Fatally Shooting 2 HPD Officers Was Facing Eviction

Wednesday, January 15

Can Hawaii’s Elected Leaders Save The State From ‘Drowning?’

Tuesday, January 14

Minimum Wage, Preschool, Housing Top Rare Legislative Platform

Monday, January 13

Legislature 2020: Making Hawaii Livable Again

Thursday, January 9

State Tax Revenues Steady, For Now

Tuesday, January 7

Get Ready For An Economic Slowdown, State Economist Says

Friday, January 3

Hawaii Tour Helicopter Owner Rejects Congressman’s Criticism

Thursday, January 2

‘Blast From The Past’: Why Hawaii Won’t Stop Setting Off Fireworks