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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.
An analysis by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service predicts that all colonies of two endangered bird species on the island could vanish as early as 2050.
County councils say state lawmakers should follow open meeting laws, even though they’re not legally required to.
A Kauai physician says the federal restrictions prevent women on his island from being able to end pregnancies there.
A community garden and incubator lots are just the beginning, say organizers looking to answer “big questions about things like food security.”
A company points to a 2012 state law as it sues for the right to sell its coffee beans and cigars on agricultural land.
A researcher analyzed drownings over 42 years. The beach with the most fatalities isn’t considered the most hazardous.
The Friday night high school tradition was put on hold because stadium lights endangered Newell’s shearwater chicks.
Poi and lau-lau, not burgers, are the focus of healthier menus at two charter schools taking part in a $170,000 pilot program.
After a decade of effort, the county has located a preferred site for a new $65 million facility. But the plan will likely face NIMBY opposition.
A local scientist is trying to understand how development might affect Wailua beach near the Coco Palms resort site.
A 480-square-foot house recently built on Native Hawaiian trust land in Kauai is a pilot project for dealing with a dire housing shortage.