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Federal officials have released their annual report on U.S. fisheries, which shows Americans are eating more seafood.
There are hundreds of thousands in the islands and they pose a threat to native species, especially monk seals.
Law enforcement officers are continuing to investigate allegations of human trafficking but say they have not found a case yet.
Pidgin was pushed aside to indoctrinate the people of Hawaii into Western schools of thought. But what have been the consequences?
Amid allegations of abuse, legislators express surprise that the state doesn’t collect more information when it licenses fishermen.
Some have their sights set on doubling or even tripling their annual catch limits through new deals with Pacific Island territories.
Council members say there are no serious issues in Hawaii’s longline tuna fleet, but the industry is taking action to make sure.
Civil Beat and PRX explore race and power in the islands in the first season of our new show.
Petitioners want to stiffen requirements for commercial marine licenses to address mistreatment of foreign crews on U.S. boats.