Brittany Lyte

Brittany Lyte is a reporter for Civil Beat. You can reach her at

January 2019

Tuesday, January 29

Honolulu Disability Treatment Center For Kids Will Close

March 2018

Friday, March 2

Attempt To Have Judge Arrested Fails In Coco Palms Case

February 2018

Thursday, February 22

Authorities Oust Protesters From Coco Palms Resort Land

Friday, February 9

Coco Palms Developer Fights Back With Its Own Native Hawaiian Research

Wednesday, February 7

Brittany Lyte: The Imperiled Legacy Of The Hanapepe Salt Flats

Friday, February 2

No Sign Of Authorities Yet As Occupation Of Kauai Resort Continues

January 2018

Sunday, January 28

Hundreds Turn Out To Back Hawaiian Occupiers Of Famed Coco Palms Site

Wednesday, January 24

Brittany Lyte: A Family Legacy Goes Public On Kauai’s North Shore

Tuesday, January 2

Brittany Lyte: Making Desolate Downtown Lihue Cool Again

December 2017

Monday, December 4

Hawaii’s Marijuana Scene Takes Center Stage At Kauai Conference

November 2017

Wednesday, November 22

Brittany Lyte: A Mystery Photo Makes Its Way Back Home — 76 Years Later

Wednesday, November 8

Brittany Lyte: How To Be A ‘Morally Conscious’ Tourist

Friday, November 3

Brittany Lyte: Therapy Atop Surfboards On Kauai

September 2017

Friday, September 29

Brittany Lyte: Sustainable Food Movement Flourishes On Kauai’s North Shore

Monday, September 25

Brittany Lyte: The Deadliest Beach On Kauai Might Surprise You

Thursday, September 21

Brittany Lyte: Even Bird Lovers Glad Night Football Is Returning To Kauai

August 2017

Wednesday, August 30

Native Hawaiians Want Control Of Troubled Telcom Service

Monday, August 28

Brittany Lyte: These Kauai Schools Opt For Farm-To-Table Lunches

Monday, August 21

Brittany Lyte: Has Kauai Finally Found A Site For A New Landfill?

Tuesday, August 15

Brittany Lyte: Kauai’s Shifting Sands Offer Clues To Beach’s Future

Monday, August 7

Brittany Lyte: Can Tiny Houses Fix This Big Problem?

July 2017

Monday, July 3

On A Mission To Save Hawaii’s Most Endangered Native Plants From Extinction