- Zumba a step toward helping Updated: Jul-26-15 6:14 am
LIHUE, Hawaii - Nicole Morris said getting certified in Zumba instruction is in line with her plans for her future of helping the elderly and young people with special needs.
- Beekeeper ordered to pay bills for neighbor who was stung Updated: Jul-22-15 3:54 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - A beekeeper was ordered Monday to pay a hospital bill for his neighbor after the man, who is allergic to bees, was stung.
- Kauai police crack down on drivers using cellphones Updated: Jul-20-15 2:40 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - Kauai police say they have issued 539 tickets to people using cellphones while driving, an offense that can come with a pricey $300 fine for first-time law-breakers.
- Brush fire burns 40 acres behind Lihue Airport Updated: Jul-19-15 2:20 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - A brush fire burned 40 acres behind the Lihue Airport after an all-day blaze.
- Audit: Kauai County overpaying some employees, losing $1,400 Updated: Jul-16-15 9:04 am
LIHUE, Hawaii - An audit of Kauai County's payroll system found overpayments of employees that are losing the about $1,400.
- Nilo Badua declared winner of Kauai mai tai challenge Updated: Jul-12-15 5:13 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - Months of competition between local bartenders came to an end when Nilo Badua was declared the first-place winner of the Kauai Mai Tai Bartender's Challenge.
- Iloreta duo plan to run tandem races for cerebral palsy Updated: Jul-12-15 8:08 am
LIHUE, Hawaii - It's a little unsettling now that the plan is in place.
- Audit reveals Kauai County hiring practices lacking Updated: Jul-09-15 9:31 am
LIHUE, Hawaii - An audit of Kauai County's Department of Human Resources found flaws within the agency's hiring practices.
- Employees fired after speaking about problems at shelter Updated: Jul-04-15 2:37 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - Two managers at Kauai Humane Society have been fired after speaking out about problems at the organization, including euthanasia rates higher than those publically reported.
- Kauai residents debate hiker rescue bill Updated: Jul-03-15 4:42 pm
LIHUE, Hawaii - Hikers who ignore safety warning signs may have to pay the costs associated with their rescue under a new measure.