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Civil Beat Is Ramping Up Its Neighbor Islands Coverage With New Full-Time Reporters Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat/2022

Civil Beat Is Ramping Up Its Neighbor Islands Coverage With New Full-Time Reporters

We’re beefing up on Maui first, so expect to see much more enterprise reporting from that island starting this week. Big Island and Kauai coming soon.

Talk Directly To Voters In Our New Candidate Forum

Talk Directly To Voters In Our New Candidate Forum

This year we’re providing people running for office the space to share their thoughts on issues.

Why We Removed A Recent Column About Kirk Caldwell Screenshot

Why We Removed A Recent Column About Kirk Caldwell

Political connections are starting to be more of an issue as election season heats up.

Among The Ideas For Screening Honolulu’s Police Chief Candidates: Sleep Deprivation Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Among The Ideas For Screening Honolulu’s Police Chief Candidates: Sleep Deprivation

The proposal by the state’s police union was one of many made in response to the Police Commission’s request for community input on how to pick the next chief.

8 Years Of Fighting The Police Union In Court And What Did We Get? Quite A Lot, It Turns Out Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

8 Years Of Fighting The Police Union In Court And What Did We Get? Quite A Lot, It Turns Out

Civil Beat’s original lawsuit seeking police disciplinary files has finally come to an end.

How A Faulty Assumption Led To Errors In A Civil Beat Story Jack Jeffrey

How A Faulty Assumption Led To Errors In A Civil Beat Story

It’s inevitable: Journalists make mistakes. The question is what to do about them.

Civil Beat Wins Public Service Award In Hawaii Journalism Contest Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Civil Beat Wins Public Service Award In Hawaii Journalism Contest

Civil Beat was also named best online news site for the 10th year in a row by the Hawaii chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Hawaii Supreme Court: The Public Has A ‘Compelling’ Interest In Knowing About Police Misconduct Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii Supreme Court: The Public Has A ‘Compelling’ Interest In Knowing About Police Misconduct

The decision upholds the release of public records in a Civil Beat lawsuit that sought the arbitration file of Sgt. Darren Cachola.

Civil Cafe: Health And Data Experts Share Their Thoughts About Covid Predictions Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Civil Cafe: Health And Data Experts Share Their Thoughts About Covid Predictions

The consensus was that it’s too soon to predict whether the delta-fueled surge in coronavirus cases has peaked in Hawaii.

Among The Ideas For Screening Honolulu’s Police Chief Candidates: Sleep Deprivation Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Among The Ideas For Screening Honolulu’s Police Chief Candidates: Sleep Deprivation

The proposal by the state’s police union was one of many made in response to the Police Commission’s request for community input on how to pick the next chief.

8 Years Of Fighting The Police Union In Court And What Did We Get? Quite A Lot, It Turns Out Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

8 Years Of Fighting The Police Union In Court And What Did We Get? Quite A Lot, It Turns Out

Civil Beat’s original lawsuit seeking police disciplinary files has finally come to an end.

How A Faulty Assumption Led To Errors In A Civil Beat Story Jack Jeffrey

How A Faulty Assumption Led To Errors In A Civil Beat Story

It’s inevitable: Journalists make mistakes. The question is what to do about them.

Civil Beat Wins Public Service Award In Hawaii Journalism Contest Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Civil Beat Wins Public Service Award In Hawaii Journalism Contest

Civil Beat was also named best online news site for the 10th year in a row by the Hawaii chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

Hawaii Supreme Court: The Public Has A ‘Compelling’ Interest In Knowing About Police Misconduct Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii Supreme Court: The Public Has A ‘Compelling’ Interest In Knowing About Police Misconduct

The decision upholds the release of public records in a Civil Beat lawsuit that sought the arbitration file of Sgt. Darren Cachola.

Civil Cafe: Health And Data Experts Share Their Thoughts About Covid Predictions Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Civil Cafe: Health And Data Experts Share Their Thoughts About Covid Predictions

The consensus was that it’s too soon to predict whether the delta-fueled surge in coronavirus cases has peaked in Hawaii.

No, You’re Not Seeing Things — Civil Beat Has A New Look

No, You’re Not Seeing Things — Civil Beat Has A New Look

We’ve redesigned our homepage to make it easier to find our news content and reader engagement features.

The Pacific Just Got A Lot Smaller For Civil Beat Readers Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

The Pacific Just Got A Lot Smaller For Civil Beat Readers

Introducing our new international reporter and what he hopes to accomplish with this new beat.

Navy To Review Impact Of Pacific Training After 2 Whales Die During Exercise NOAA/Doug Perrine

Navy To Review Impact Of Pacific Training After 2 Whales Die During Exercise

Environmental advocates have long raised concerns about the military’s effect on endangered species.