Kauai is pressing the pause button on tourism, and it’s not because of fear.
In just two years on the job, Hawaii’s top federal law enforcement officer has taken down some fearsome foes.
Retail stores that relied on tourism have quietly closed without notice. And the worst may not be over.
Organizers defending the junket say lawmakers traveled to Hawaii to learn from Gov. David Ige. But hey, at least they’re paying for hotel rooms.
There’s been a lot of buzz about the former Hawaii island mayor’s speech on resilience.
Hawaii residents are so often expected to be the “eyes and ears” for government regulations.
Some of our state and local elected officials had overstayed their welcome.
Hawaii has a love/hate relationship with waiting in line, but we’re all pretty accustomed to it.