Civil Beat Reporting Fellow

Courtney Teague

Kaimuki Is A Little Bit Vintage Hawaii, A Little Bit Hipster Nick R. Martin/Civil Beat

Kaimuki Is A Little Bit Vintage Hawaii, A Little Bit Hipster

Younger entrepreneurs have quickened the pace on Waialae Avenue, while longtime business owners try to slow things down.

Kenoi Found Not Guilty Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Kenoi Found Not Guilty

The Hawaii County mayor used a county credit card to buy alcohol and a surfboard, and to pay hostess bar expenses.

Hepatitis A Victim Dies Hawaii Department of Health

Hepatitis A Victim Dies

The woman, in her 60s, died from liver failure after eating tainted, raw scallops.

Palolo Valley: ‘Overshadowed By Its Past,’ But Making Progress Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Palolo Valley: ‘Overshadowed By Its Past,’ But Making Progress

Though outsiders have long been wary of the community east of Manoa, its reputation is changing for the better.

BOE Member Quits; Raps Ige Katherine Poythress/Civil Beat

BOE Member Quits; Raps Ige

In a resignation letter, Jim Williams complains about the governor's "lack of faith in and support of the Board."
Laid-Back, Aging Manoa Is No Longer A Haven For Young Families Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Laid-Back, Aging Manoa Is No Longer A Haven For Young Families

The community near the University of Hawaii is still friendly, quiet and rainy, but rising housing prices bring changes.
Judge Rules Feds Properly Withheld Details Of UH Biolab Inspection Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Judge Rules Feds Properly Withheld Details Of UH Biolab Inspection

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention redacted most of a report that found 30 safety violations.
Health Department Hiring Goes Slow — Will The Mosquitoes Wait? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Health Department Hiring Goes Slow — Will The Mosquitoes Wait?

The state recognizes an "urgent" need to fill 20 recently authorized positions, but says some administrative delays are unavoidable.
Can Hawaii’s Voter Turnout Get Any Lower Than This? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Can Hawaii’s Voter Turnout Get Any Lower Than This?

On Sunday, Democratic leaders were lamenting the fact that only 34.7 percent of the electorate bothered to cast ballots.