Casey Harlow

Producer of Digital Content

Casey Harlow was born and raised in Honolulu, HI. He came to Hawaiʻi Public Radio from the University of Oregon's college radio station, KWVA, in 2012. He started out as a board operator, and worked his way up to a full-time position working in practically every department at the station. Because of this, he is known as the station’s Jack-of-all-trades. He eventually moved to the news department in 2016, and is currently the department's Producer of Digital Content. In his off-time, he’s a Soul/R&B DJ and host of a Sunday morning show at the University of Hawaiʻi's college radio station KTUH.

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Civil Air Patrol

A total of 22 fissures have appeared since May 3rd in Leilani Estates. The eruption has destroyed more than 500 homes, and lava has covered nearly 6,000 acres of land. 

NOAA's National Ocean Service / Flickr

Today is World Oceans Day. And for the first time, a study has analyzed the condition of Hawaiʻi's ocean environment. 

Kosta Stamoulis

It’s not too late to restore reef fisheries that have been overfished.

cogdogblog / Flickr

State and federal officials are investigating and responding to the deaths of several ʻōhiʻa trees on Kauaʻi.

Jhana Young / Conservation International

Conservationists and researchers now have an estimation of how much fish is being caught from Hawaii’s near-shore reefs.

Dave Gandy / Wikimedia Commons

As residents continue to deal with the latest developments involving Kīlauea, we’d like to hear about your experience. If you’d like to share your story, please call our talk back line toll free from the Big Island at 808-792-8217, weekdays during business hours.

Please try to keep your call relatively brief, and we’ll share some of your stories on our air and on our website. And please stay safe.

Department of Education

A new payment system for public school lunches is being unveiled next week.

Ludovic Hirlimann / Wikimedia Commons

A Kauaʻi organization is asking for public support to help save endangered native bird species on the island.

Elisha Wood-Charlson / UHM/ SOEST

A small fleet of state-of-the-art research submersibles are scheduled to launch from Oʻahu tomorrow.

U.S. Air Force

March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month and the state Department of Health is holding events throughout the month to raise awareness.

NOAA

Seven popular species of bottom fish are thriving in waters around the main Hawaiian Islands.

Hawaii Tourism Authority

An audit of the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority is calling for better oversight of the agency.

Images of Money / Flickr

The Hawaiʻi County Council is considering a ballot initiative to make government salary adjustments more transparent.

Wikimedia Commons

A settlement has been reached between the Environmental Protection Agency and Syngenta Seeds.

JESHOOTS.com / pex

Video games with pay-to-win prize options may soon have some restrictions in the state.

Wikimedia Commons

Community meetings on Hawaiʻi County's General Excise Tax bill are set for this week.

Jessica Ferracane / NPS Photo

Residents have an opportunity to comment on a proposed fee increase to access Hawaiʻi’s national parks.

Casey Harlow
Casey Harlow

This past week, we asked listeners to share their stories of last Saturday's events. Here is a selection of those stories.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

The University of Hawaiʻi has released the results of a student survey on sexual harassment and gender-based violence.

Keck's New Instrument

Jan 8, 2018
W.M. Keck Observatory
W.M. Keck Observatory

A new instrument atop Mauna Kea will allow astronomers to more quickly observe the farthest reaches of the universe.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

The first of two informational meetings about cesspools is taking place tomorrow on Maui.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

An endangered seabird is nesting 7,000 feet above sea level on the slopes of Mauna Loa on the Big Island.

Oregon State University / Flickr
Oregon State University / Flickr

The Maui Ocean Center is trying to limit its effect on wild aquarium fish.

CQC Press Office / Flickr
CQC Press Office / Flickr

Working caregivers who pay to support their kupuna can now apply for support to cover the cost of certain services.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

A new online store allows gardeners and small farmers to purchase local varieties of plants from seed.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

Residents are being advised not to eat any fish or shellfish caught in the Marine Corps Base Fuel Pier and Marina Area in Kaneohe.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

A new website can now show you the economic impact the U.S. military has in the islands.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

A community meeting is planned about a proposed habitat protection area for False Killer Whales in the state.

Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons

Climate change is affecting the food supply of Hawaiʻi's native and non-native bird species.

Sin Ok / stock.adobe.com
Sin Ok / stock.adobe.com

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is suing the state over the “mismanagement” of Mauna Kea.

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