Waikiki Could Get Highest Tides In More Than 100 Years This Weekend

The combination of high lunar tides, a south swell and ongoing sea level rise is giving Hawaii a preview of what’s to come with climate change.

Hundreds Of Low-Income Maui Residents May Face Eviction

Their taxpayer-subsidized apartment building was supposed to be affordable for 50 years. But a loophole could end that arrangement far sooner.

11 Arrested In State Effort To Control Access To Napali Coast Wilderness

More than 200 people have been taken into custody since 2015 in a state wilderness park on Kauai.

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Block On Trump Travel Ban

The Virginia-based appeals court says even the Trump’s administration’s revised effort targeting Muslim-majority countries is illegal.

Waikiki Beaches Contract While Ala Wai Canal Rises

This week’s king tides have beachgoers dodging waves while the canal nears the top of its retaining walls.

Hawaii Taxpayers Are On The Hook For $18 Million To Settle Claims

Lawsuits filed by airport subcontractors for nonpayment represent $10 million of the total. Gov. David Ige approved the payouts last week.

Wild Chickens Are Flocking To Whole Foods In Kailua

The Kailua Neighborhood Board passed a motion recently asking the city to revise its feral chicken removal program to focus on trapping roosters.

Oahu Mumps Outbreak Continues With 3 New Cases Confirmed

The Department of Health announced that 57 cases have been confirmed on the island this year, with one case on Kauai

A Medical Marijuana Dispensary Will Open Soon — Without THC Products

While it waits for the state to establish a product-testing system, Aloha Green will start selling cannabis products that don’t contain THC.

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