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

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

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Wikimedia Commons

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

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Sin Ok / stock.adobe.com

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

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Researchers at the University of Hawaii are looking for volunteers to collect data on breadfruit, or ʻulu, trees throughout state.

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The U.S. Navy will be holding a series of statewide community meetings next week.

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A popular program helping renters and landlords is now available on Kauai.

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The wet season is nearly upon us in the islands – which may or may not bring relief to drier parts of the state this year.

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Fire investigators have not been able to determine the source of the deadly Marco Polo fire.

Soil: "Not Just Dirt"

Oct 11, 2017
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Soil may be one of the keys to offsetting carbon emissions.

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The state Land Board voted 5 to 2 in favor of approving the construction permit for the controversial telescope.

Stop the Ant Month

Sep 27, 2017
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Forest & Kim / Flickr

October will be declared “Stop the Ant” month on the Big Island.

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Bones break, especially in an accident, but did you know that kids bones heal differently than adults? Listen in on the latest with Dr. Byron Izuka, pediatric orthopedic surgeon, about how to take care of an injury, and when surgery might be needed, versus when it's better to just let nature take care of itself.

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Astronomers atop Mauna Kea are celebrating the life of the Cassini spacecraft today.

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An annual statewide school vaccination program is being scaled back.

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papahanaumokuakea.gov

Papahānaumokuākea is one of three marine monuments that has won an international award.

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Russell Knightley

Mauna Kea telescopes were once again instrumental in the observation of a never before seen space event.

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Many of Hawaii’s public schools are starting their second week back in session this week, but students aren’t the only ones facing new challenges.

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ʻŌiwi TV

Crews for the Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia are preparing for another voyage – this time around the state.

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The U.S. Army is seeking public comment on a proposed plan to expand a program to save an endangered native bird species.

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NPS Photos

You can now support Hawaiʻi’s national parks with new specialty license plates for your car.

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A meeting is being held today on Molokai to discuss plans for a former bombing range.

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Holo Holo Charters / Flickr

A meeting on the Lehua rat eradication project is being held on Kauai tonight.

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park / Flickr

Two native plant species are thriving today in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island.

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Dover Air Force Base

Maui’s electronic recycling program should reopen August 5th after being closed for several weeks.

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A new system will help forecast the effects of sea level rise and waves in West Maui.

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Paradigm Talent Agency

One of the most anticipated films of the summer is premiering today, and one of its stars is from Hawaii.

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A Maui community is raising awareness on how to drive along the Hana Highway.

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Hawai‘i DLNR

A new study will determine if oysters can improve water quality in Pearl Harbor.

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Hawaii is the first state in the nation to implement parts of the Paris Climate Agreement.

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