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Kauai: Wash Off Those Invasive Species After A Hike Or Backcountry Drive

A few precautions can prevent the spread of undesirable plants and critters, ecotourism operators are told. But the advice applies to everyone.

What A Constitutional Amendment Might Have Meant

It might not have been the answer, but the discourse offered by such proposals should generate a debate over the state’s larger systemic problems.

Fanning The Educational Flame

We must ignite the fire within these young ones to see that there are issues they can change.

Surviving The Ride On A Not-So-Bike-Friendly Island

Commuting from Kapolei to Honolulu has a few moments of terror, but with a few fixes might eventually work even for casual riders.

Honolulu Police Corruption Probe Now Includes Katherine Kealoha’s Brother

A federal grand jury continues to expand its investigation, now delving into prescription pain medications that were seized during a 2015 drug raid.

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There Are Limits To The Ocean’s Bounty Flickr: Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument

There Are Limits To The Ocean’s Bounty

Blessed to live in the most remote island chain on the planet, we also have an obligation to care for it.

Tattoos Are A Permanent Thing And That’s OK Flickr: Naughty Bear

Tattoos Are A Permanent Thing And That’s OK

It’s cultural, it’s art, it’s free expression and millennials and Gen Xers love them.

A Progressive’s Perspective On The 2019 Legislature Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A Progressive’s Perspective On The 2019 Legislature

It’s time for a living wage, initiative and referendum, and the legalization of cannabis — and that’s just for starters.

Kavanaugh Confirmation Was All About Dog Whistles Flickr: chose trend

Kavanaugh Confirmation Was All About Dog Whistles

The Supreme Court nominee denounced Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations to appeal to Trump’s voter base.