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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.
After the wedding photo was posted on Facebook, a Kauai woman immediately recognized the couple as her grandparents.
Stressing education and family issues, Bernard Carvalho Jr. joins a crowded field of candidates for the state’s No. 2 job.
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.”
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.
Opponents of taking the money question whether the county needs its own plan. One said the work should be left to the federal government.
More than 200 people have been taken into custody since 2015 in a state wilderness park on Kauai.