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Decision On Roe V. Wade Will Not End Abortion Rights In Hawaii Courtesy: Ku'ualoha Ho'omanawanui/2021

Decision On Roe V. Wade Will Not End Abortion Rights In Hawaii

But the high court’s ruling alters the national landscape regarding privacy laws and puts contraception and same-sex marriage laws at risk in other states.

She Took Her Fight For Her Grandson Public. A Hawaii Judge Said She Went Too Far Courtesy: Deborah Goodwin

She Took Her Fight For Her Grandson Public. A Hawaii Judge Said She Went Too Far

Big Island resident Deborah Goodwin says she had no choice but to speak to a reporter and file a lawsuit about her case because the confidential system had treated her unfairly. It backfired.

Ige Signs Minimum Wage Increase, Tax Refund Bills Into Law Kuʻu Kauanoe/Civil Beat/2022

Ige Signs Minimum Wage Increase, Tax Refund Bills Into Law

The wage will increase to $18 by 2028, while many Hawaii taxpayers will get one-time checks for $300.

HPU Scholarship Honors Former Gov. Linda Lingle Submitted/2010

HPU Scholarship Honors Former Gov. Linda Lingle

It’s for students that show potential to become “exceptional leaders.”

Trial Date Set For Suspects In 2017 Killing Of North Shore Teacher Courtesy: Hawaii News Now

Trial Date Set For Suspects In 2017 Killing Of North Shore Teacher

Charged with second-degree murder and several other charges, co-defendants Stephen Brown and Hailey Dandurand are now set to stand trial together this October.

KITV Establishes Robert Kekaula Fellowship Screenshot/2022

KITV Establishes Robert Kekaula Fellowship

It comes in recognition of the late journalist’s contributions to the community and broadcasting.

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: LUC Chair Jonathan Likeke Scheuer Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

The Civil Beat Editorial Board Interview: LUC Chair Jonathan Likeke Scheuer

The Hawaii Land Use Commission finds that striking a balance in dealing with land use issues is a challenging and complex act.

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.