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Civil Beat photographer Anthony Quintano spent Monday on the sea and on land with volunteer rescue workers and flood victims.
UPDATED: After the record-setting storm, which dumped 28 inches of rain in 24 hours, “the lay of the land is totally different.”
The storm left Hanalei looking like a “huge lake” and cut off some North Shore communities, prompting Gov. Ige to declare a state of emergency.
The social media mogul’s neighbors aren’t happy with his new island estate or, for that matter, Facebook in general.
Samantha Geimer, hounded by the media for years, found that on Kauai, “no one has the slightest interest in what happened to me.”
More protesters were removed from an encampment near the iconic resort Wednesday as Kauai officials fend off esoteric legal claims.
An “arrest order” had targeted the judge who ruled against Native Hawaiian protesters who occupied a resort site on Kauai.
The GMO company will pay $150,000 instead of the $4.8 million that had been sought for exposing Kauai workers to pesticides.
The last frontier of a centuries-old Hawaiian tradition is threatened from the air, from the sea, and from broken beer bottles.
The 19th century home of Kauai’s last queen was later the resort where “Blue Hawaii” was filmed. Now a new resort is planned.
A $13.8 million makeover is planned for Kauai’s center of industry and government, and at least one private investor is on board in a big way.
Politicians and industry reps attend the event in Poipu, where visitors wonder why the islands haven’t legalized recreational use.
A “voluntourism” enterprise pairs tourists with unique experiences that benefit the local communities on three islands.