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Honolulu Man Charged In Connection With Planned Chemical Weapons Attacks Sara Lin/Civil Beat

Honolulu Man Charged In Connection With Planned Chemical Weapons Attacks

The feds say Ethan Sandomire targeted a high-rise apartment building, a grocery store and commercial sites.

2nd Deputy Sheriff Assigned To Hawaii Lt. Gov. Has COVID-19

2nd Deputy Sheriff Assigned To Hawaii Lt. Gov. Has COVID-19

Lt. Gov. Josh Green has been in isolation since Friday.

Civil Beat Named Best Hawaii News Site In Journalism Competition Hawaii SPJ

Civil Beat Named Best Hawaii News Site In Journalism Competition

Civil Beat was among numerous newspaper, television, magazine and student news publications honored in this year’s Hawaii SPJ contest.

Lee Cataluna Is Writing For Civil Beat Now Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Lee Cataluna Is Writing For Civil Beat Now

The veteran Hawaii journalist joined our staff earlier this week.

Kealoha Sentencing Could Be Nov. 3 Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Kealoha Sentencing Could Be Nov. 3

Attorneys have agreed to sentencing dates for the former police chief and others in the corruption case.

Quit Procrastinating: Hawaii’s Primary Election Is Almost Here Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Quit Procrastinating: Hawaii’s Primary Election Is Almost Here

Civil Beat has a number of different ways to help you figure out who to pick from hundreds of candidates in the Aug. 8 election.

Veteran Journalist Kevin Dayton Joins Civil Beat Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Veteran Journalist Kevin Dayton Joins Civil Beat

The longtime Hawaii government and political reporter is now writing for us.

Civil Beat’s New IDEAS Section Is About Helping Hawaii Move Forward Getty Images/iStockphoto

Civil Beat’s New IDEAS Section Is About Helping Hawaii Move Forward

Recent crises like the pandemic, social justice issues and climate change, among many others, call for new thinking and new ideas.

Election Season Is Here, Pandemic Or Not Getty Images/iStockphoto

Election Season Is Here, Pandemic Or Not

Civil Beat will have thorough coverage of issues and candidates through the November election.