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Involving Farmers Is The Key To Innovation And Better Ag Ku‘u Kauanoe/Civil Beat/2022

Involving Farmers Is The Key To Innovation And Better Ag

Agricultural technologists descended upon Hilo to discuss innovation, as well as the many hurdles Hawaii faces as it tries to increase food production.

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.

Waimanalo Businesses Are Struggling To Survive Ongoing Road Work Alicia Lou/Civil Beat/2022

Waimanalo Businesses Are Struggling To Survive Ongoing Road Work

Residents are steering clear of the congested Kalanianaole Highway while businesses suffer.

Denby Fawcett: Paid Ads Posing As News Stories Blur The Lines Screenshot

Denby Fawcett: Paid Ads Posing As News Stories Blur The Lines

A MidWeek cover story about Vicky Cayetano is part of a disturbing trend in media making it harder to distinguish between real news stories and paid advertising.

Candidate Q&A: 2nd Congressional District — Patrick Branco

Candidate Q&A: 2nd Congressional District — Patrick Branco

“I’m accustomed to working with and earning the support of people who look for strong leadership, regardless of party label.”

Catherine Toth Fox: How Attitudes Toward Covid Vaccines Have Changed Ludwig Laab/Civil Beat/2021

Catherine Toth Fox: How Attitudes Toward Covid Vaccines Have Changed

The FDA approved vaccines for kids under 5 this week, but the lines may not be long. It seems the trend for getting vaccinated is waning.

Candidate Q&A: 2nd Congressional District — Nicole Gi

Candidate Q&A: 2nd Congressional District — Nicole Gi

“I can barely keep up with the local political corruption cases brought to light in the past year, and there’s plenty more where that came from.”

Candidate Q&A: U.S. Senate — Asia LaVonne

Candidate Q&A: U.S. Senate — Asia LaVonne

“I plan to petition federal funding to create a new world-class rehabilitation facility that truly focuses on the mind, body and soul deliverance from addiction and suicidal ideations.”

Hawaii’s Crumbling Water Systems May Finally Be Getting Some Badly Needed Repair Money Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2016

Hawaii’s Crumbling Water Systems May Finally Be Getting Some Badly Needed Repair Money

But the Legislature has once again only approved a fraction of what the Department of Agriculture requested.