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What Does It Mean To Be Hawaiian Outside Of Hawaii? Kuʻu Kauanoe/Civil Beat

What Does It Mean To Be Hawaiian Outside Of Hawaii?

Nearly half of all Native Hawaiians live outside Hawaii. But, as we discover in the new season of Offshore, Hawaiians carry the islands with them to far-flung places.

Our New Audio Reporter Brings Her Passion For The Environment To Hawaii

Our New Audio Reporter Brings Her Passion For The Environment To Hawaii

Claire Caulfield will tackle reader questions about the environment for Civil Beat’s newest podcast.

We’re Ramping Up Our Climate Coverage. Here’s Why Cory Lum/Civil Beat

We’re Ramping Up Our Climate Coverage. Here’s Why

Civil Beat is joining with more than 250 news organizations around the world this week in an effort to reframe the way journalists cover this pressing global issue.

The Kealoha Trial Crossword

Test your knowledge of the case.

Pod Squad: Meet Mazie Hirono’s Republican Opponent Courtesy

Pod Squad: Meet Mazie Hirono’s Republican Opponent

Ron Curtis says that he would be the best voice for Hawaii’s people in the U.S. Senate.

‘Offshore’ Podcast Returns With A Young Man On An Urgent Mission Honolulu Civil Beat

‘Offshore’ Podcast Returns With A Young Man On An Urgent Mission

“The Blood Calls” to London Lewis as he searches for his birth culture in the Marshall Islands. And we investigate adoption practices in Hawaii and Arkansas.

Ige: State Looking For Land To Relocate Waianae Encampment Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Ige: State Looking For Land To Relocate Waianae Encampment

The governor contradicts state officials who last week announced an imminent sweep and a possible federal grant to build an education center.

Homeless Leaders Say Waianae Sweep Called Off For Now Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Homeless Leaders Say Waianae Sweep Called Off For Now

Leaders of the Waianae Boat Harbor encampment say the governor assured them there’s no impending eviction.

State Plans To Sweep Longtime Homeless Camp At Waianae Boat Harbor Cory Lum/Civil Beat

State Plans To Sweep Longtime Homeless Camp At Waianae Boat Harbor

For more than a decade, people have been living in the self-governed community, and about 200 are there now.