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It’s time to have a long talk about what’s going on in Hawaii these days. We’re convening a far-reaching community conversation on how to move forward despite our differences.
It’s important that the public know and understand how the state Department of Education handles teacher misconduct especially when it involves vulnerable children.
Readers from more than 50 ZIP codes throughout Hawaii have shared their five-line poems about where they live.
Fairness and accuracy are important in this highly popular section.
Panelists at a recent Civil Beat event discussed efforts to improve pedestrian safety on the island.
The series on whether Hawaii is prepared for a disaster was one of numerous journalism honors we won for our work in 2018.
Christina Jedra will tackle a number of big issues facing Honolulu as well as communities throughout Oahu.
With laughter, song and tears, six people shared their experiences with the Hawaii prison system at a recent Civil Beat Storytellers event. Watch their videos below.
The ruling says that the city of Honolulu — as well as many other government agencies — have withheld public records for decades using an excuse that doesn’t exist in state law.
President Trump’s sustained attacks on the media represent a danger to a free press and democracy itself.