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‘Affordable Housing’ Projects In Hawaii Are Unaffordable To Many Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2023

‘Affordable Housing’ Projects In Hawaii Are Unaffordable To Many

State and county policies aimed at increasing Hawaii's housing stock can have the unintended consequence of pushing out lower-income residents.

Feral Pigs Are Increasingly Running Wild In Some Oahu Neighborhoods Kevin Fujii/Honolulu Civil Beat/2023

Feral Pigs Are Increasingly Running Wild In Some Oahu Neighborhoods

Pig hunters are becoming the de facto first responders for residents who feel threatened by growing herds.

Honolulu Architect, 89, Charged With Attempted Bribery Of Permitting Worker Christina Jedra/Civil Beat/2023

Honolulu Architect, 89, Charged With Attempted Bribery Of Permitting Worker

The case is the first local prosecution following a scandal exposed by federal investigators.

Honolulu Liquor Commission Selects New Administrator Provided: City and County of Honolulu

Honolulu Liquor Commission Selects New Administrator

The city is also seeking new nominees for a commissioner vacancy.

She Knew Mandela And Ran A Prison Arts Program. Next Up: The Honolulu Ethics Commission David Croxford/Civil Beat/2023

She Knew Mandela And Ran A Prison Arts Program. Next Up: The Honolulu Ethics Commission

Tadia Rice, nominated by Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi, has a diverse and colorful resume far from the norm on the ethics board.

King Tide Leads To New Release Of Partially Treated Wastewater Near Pearl Harbor Cory Lum/Civil Beat

King Tide Leads To New Release Of Partially Treated Wastewater Near Pearl Harbor

The military said water in the area remained safe to use but warned another discharge may occur as ocean conditions persist.

Why A Disabled Man Who Asked For Help Fixing The Sidewalk Instead Got A Violation David Croxford/Civil Beat/2023

Why A Disabled Man Who Asked For Help Fixing The Sidewalk Instead Got A Violation

The violation notice was suspended after Civil Beat asked DPP for comment. DPP denies retaliation.

Partially Treated Wastewater Discharged Near Pearl Harbor Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2018

Partially Treated Wastewater Discharged Near Pearl Harbor

About 9,500 gallons flowed into Mamala Bay after a pump failure, the military said.

Honolulu Changed Bus Routes To Accommodate The Rail. But Many Passengers Say No Thanks Kevin Fujii/Civil Beat/2023

Honolulu Changed Bus Routes To Accommodate The Rail. But Many Passengers Say No Thanks

City transportation officials say the goal is "one integrated system." But the changes have made commutes more difficult in some cases.

Former Hawaii AG Earl Anzai Dies At 81 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Former Hawaii AG Earl Anzai Dies At 81

Anzai served as attorney general under Gov. Ben Cayetano from 1999-2002.