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"That girl's got strong mana," said Auntie Brenda Ortiz, watching gubernatorial candidate Andria Tupola as she spoke to a charmed audience Thursday night in Lihue. [Read More]
The Hawaii Supreme Court on Friday invalidated a ballot question asking voters if they want to amend the Hawaii Constitution to allow the state to... [Read More]
The Hawaii State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations on Thursday announced that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for September was 2.2 percent compared to... [Read More]
Often, the rich, the famous, the talented, seemed to have it all - looks, money, fame and adoring fans. [Read More]
John Bungula-McCarthy, a senior at Kapaa High School, said it wasn't about just looking good Friday duuring the Hawaii Association for College Admission Counseling College... [Read More]
Kauai isn't the only place in America looking at wet weather as El Nino starts to make its presence in the Pacific Ocean. [Read More]
A Hawai woman has been charged in connection with a 2016 fatal crash in North Kohala that left two dead. [Read More]
The Waimea pool will be closed for renovations starting Thursday, Nov. 1. [Read More]
Local youth Kilinoe Brown has been promoted to shodan, or first-degree black belt, from a local school of the International Shotokan Karate Federation. [Read More]
Connect the dots. It's not Sen. Brian Schatz but rather the most popular Sen. Mazie Hirono who recently garnished national attention with her part in... [Read More]
George Inouye... [Read More]
Carbon emissions and speed bumps... [Read More]
Lori Almarza (Lynette Medrano-Stine knew where she was going to be for lunch) said there's still time for nonprofit groups to get involved with the... [Read More]
Kudos to Leona Sa-McDermott (she was busy with both the Special Olympics bowling tournament, and the Hammers and Ale fundraiser for the Kauai Habitat for... [Read More]
Fight for the trees... [Read More]
Appreciate support of AARP... [Read More]
July 9... [Read More]
National Tropical Botanical Garden invites everyone to a free special screening of "Coco," Pixar's animated and colorful tribute to family, at "Movie Nights at the... [Read More]
There are people out there who dream of traveling the world and helping people, and then there are those who actually do it. [Read More]
The Legislature will take up the issue of funding recovery efforts for natural disasters that have struck the state during the legislative session beginning in... [Read More]