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Critics say a homeowner was allowed to cut down trees and brush along a popular trail in order to improve his view.
Gather Federal Credit Union’s CEO estimates the number of credit unions in Hawaii has shrunk from nearly 100 to slightly more than 50 in the last decade.
County officials agreed that giving up park land for the proposed affordable housing was more than the community would tolerate.
The Jewish Community of Kauai will also celebrate the completion of a new Torah during the High Holidays.
Health department surveys provide the most detailed assessment yet of how people are responding to new state preparedness recommendations.
Ever since the most distant stretch of the Kuhio Highway reopened, a group has been detaining nonlocal vehicles and passing out inaccurate parking information.
Fisherman celebrated the abundance of fish flocking near the shore after the flood, but scientists say the damage left some species unhealthier.
The steepened penalty is expected to deter problematic illegal parking near popular beaches, trailheads and attractions on Kauai’s secluded North Shore.
Pesticides, heavy metals, sediment and other pollutants have been discharged by a state agency through an illegal plantation-era ditch system since 2015.
Crowd control measures at the renovated Haena State Park will help state parks officials respond to staggering tourism growth.
The traditional making of Hawaiian salt used to occur across the islands. Now the last bastion in Hanapepe is threatened by activities at an adjacent airport.
This is the first time the prestigious Equator Prize has been awarded to indigenous communities in the United States.
Todd Raybuck commanded one of nine patrol divisions packed into a single city. Now he oversees a short-staffed department, and it can get lonely out there.
With little fanfare, experimental missiles are being launched at the Kauai Test Facility to test technologies being considered for future weapons programs.