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Hawaii Has A Child Care Crisis. Employers Could Help Solve It Courtesy: Le Village Cowork/2022

Hawaii Has A Child Care Crisis. Employers Could Help Solve It

Setting up on-site daycare can be an expensive and difficult undertaking, but there are other creative ways that companies can help young families. 

NTSB: Pilots At Fault For Fatal Hawaii Air Tour Crashes, But So Is FAA Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat/2020

NTSB: Pilots At Fault For Fatal Hawaii Air Tour Crashes, But So Is FAA

The National Transportation Safety Board analysts are raising concerns about small plane and helicopter pilots taking greater risks when they encounter bad weather.

Experts Expect Drought And Wildfire Conditions To Worsen Courtesy: DLNR/2022

Experts Expect Drought And Wildfire Conditions To Worsen

As Hawaii enters its 12th driest wet season in the past 30 years, drought and wildfire concerns and conditions are both on the rise.

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: Hawaii Land Board Chair Suzanne Case Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat/2022

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: Hawaii Land Board Chair Suzanne Case

The Department of Land and Natural Resources leader talks about management of Mauna Kea, keeping up maintenance of parks and trails, developing in-stream flow standards and much more.

These 3 Hawaii Beaches Have Chronic Pollution Problems Courtesy: Surfrider Foundation

These 3 Hawaii Beaches Have Chronic Pollution Problems

Surfrider Foundation shares its top 10 list of popular U.S. beaches that fail to meet health standards for recreational users.

No New Covid Mandates Expected For Hawaii Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

No New Covid Mandates Expected For Hawaii

While Gov. Ige is concerned about rising hospital cases, those numbers are still far below peaks seen last summer.

Lawmakers Spent Big This Year To Help Hawaii Families ‘Pushed Over The Edge’ Getty Images/iStockphoto

Lawmakers Spent Big This Year To Help Hawaii Families ‘Pushed Over The Edge’

Despite the investments, advocacy groups say cracks remain in the state’s safety net. 

Hawaii Democrats Elect New Party Chair Submitted

Hawaii Democrats Elect New Party Chair

Dennis Jung succeeds Tyler Dos Santos-Tam.

What Are The Odds Kai Kahele Could Become Governor? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

What Are The Odds Kai Kahele Could Become Governor?

Kahele is a pilot and a war veteran, and may be an appealing candidate. But he has little money for advertising, and was very late to the starting gate.

Richard ‘Dickie’ Wong, Former Bishop Estate Trustee, Dead At 88 HNN

Richard ‘Dickie’ Wong, Former Bishop Estate Trustee, Dead At 88

He also served as president of the Hawaii state Senate.