KKCR, which started broadcasting from the North Shore in 1994 and manages to stay on the air 24/7 with a paid staff of five and some volunteers, is trying to build a statewide audience.
Demonstrations like the March for Science and the Women’s March sometimes attract more than 500 participants at a grassy spot outside the airport.
On Kauai, voters were rejecting an amendment that would repeal the current term limits on County Council members.
Robin Danner and her son, Garrett, were arrested Wednesday after a confrontation when authorities tried to evict a former caretaker at Kumu Camp.
Ron Wiley, a fixture at KONG radio for more than three decades, spent months talking locals through Hurricane Iniki and its aftermath.
The bigger-than-life leader needs time to figure out what’s next, because he never expected to lose in the Democratic primary for LG.
Local fishermen say the impact of the April storm on tourism has been a boon to the fish population.
The bottlers have long sought a permit to validate the taking of a small amount of spring water that some customers say has healing qualities.
With the North Shore’s marquee destinations still off-limits to tourists, the small town has become a packed daytime destination.