On the 175th anniversary of the end of British control of the Hawaiian Kingdom, a sculpture of Kamehameha III is dedicated at Thomas Square.
Civil Beat photographer Cory Lum spent a day in the heart of the Kilauea eruption zone where at least 26 homes were destroyed.
When the gavel fell on the 2018 session, it marked the end of the line for several lawmakers in their current posts.
Motorists enjoying ocean and mountain scenes frequently happen upon another common feature in the islands: junked-out cars.
Corals spawn tiny bundles of eggs and sperm on moonless summer nights. Scientists work using red head lamps.
Scientists are racing against time in their effort to assist the evolution of corals so they are more resilient to climate change and pinpoint what is harming reefs in Hawaii and worldwide.
Bob Richmond, director of the Kewalo Marine Laboratory, walks us through the devastation to coral reefs over the past few years.
Comic book and movie aficionados rub elbows with heroes and villains during the third annual Amazing Hawaii Comic Convention.
Sign up for our FREE morning newsletter and face each day more informed.
You're officially signed up for our daily newsletter, the Morning Beat. A confirmation email will arrive shortly.
In the meantime, we have other newsletters that you might enjoy. Check the boxes for emails you'd like to receive.
Inbox overcrowded? Don't worry, you can unsubscribe or update your preferences at any time.