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Commercial fishing sailboat grounds on Sugar Beach on Maui

The 46-foot Ka Imi Kai commercial fishing sailboat broke loose from its anchor or mooring in Māʻalaea Bay and grounded on Sugar Beach on Maui.

Kaua‘i Office of Boards and Commissions closed Dec. 6 to 29 for renovations

The office will reopen to the public on Jan. 2, 2024.

Virtual community meeting for Coconut Marketplace Mobility Hub Plan set for Dec. 14

This planning project, known as the Coconut Marketplace Mobility Hub Plan, is envisioned as a public-private partnership for a transportation center that makes it easier for people who live, work, and visit the eastern side of the island to get around.

Traffic advisory for Lights on Rice Parade today

In preparation for the event, the Kaua‘i Police Department will close all streets along the parade route from 5:30  to 8 p.m. or until the parade’s conclusion.

Commercial fishing sailboat grounds on beach on Maui

The 46-foot Ka Imi Kai commercial fishing sailboat broke loose from its anchor or mooring in Māʻalaea Bay and grounded on Sugar Beach on Maui.

Ōma‘o man dies following traffic crash on Kaumuali‘i Highway

Police identified the man as 66-year-old Nathan Louis.

Hirono, Schatz vote to confirm Shanlyn Park to serve on U.S. District Court for Hawai‘i

Park was among those recommended to President Biden by Hirono and Schatz, and a merit-based Federal Judicial Selection Commission, and was confirmed by a bipartisan vote of 53-45.

Robbery, auto theft suspect Sateki Nisa held on $402,000 bail

Nisa was arrested earlier this month after spending a week on the lam.

Monthly siren, emergency alert system test scheduled for Friday

The siren test will be coordinated with a test of the Live Audio Broadcast segment of the Emergency Alert System.

Make a ghost net wreath this holiday season

Ocean conservation group Surfrider and the Kaua‘i Sailing Association have partnered to host this seasonal art project on Dec. 2 at 3 p.m.

Brown Water Advisory issued for Island of Kaua‘i

Not all coastal areas may be impacted by runoff, however, if the water is brown stay out.

Robertsen “Seni” Kaseli named store manager for Līhu‘e Walmart

Seni has been with Walmart in Hawai‘i for 29 years, most recently serving as store lead for Mililani Walmart on O‘ahu.

67 classrooms funded through Subaru Hawaiʻi’s Tools for Schools program

Improvements will benefit an estimated 9,330 students across all islands.

Lydgate Campground to close Dec. 6

This closure coincides with the weekly campground closure and will also encompass the entire parking lot.

Special Marine Warning issued as thunderstorm reaches Ni‘ihau, Lehua Rock

Small craft could be damaged in briefly higher winds and suddenly higher waves.

NOAA issues 2023 Hurricane Season Summary for the Central Pacific Basin

Tropical Storm Calvin was the first tropical cyclone of the season in the central Pacific, moving into the basin from the east on July 17.

Update: Strong thunderstorms sweeping over Kaua‘i

Winds will reach up to 40 miles per hour, and could knock down tree limbs and blow around unsecured objects.

Kaua‘i Agency on Elderly Affairs offers new program for caregivers beginning Dec. 5

It’s called Caregivers’ Corner, and it aims to help caregivers and their loved ones.

Coastlines: Unsung heroes in Hawaiʻi’s rainfall creation

A new study from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa takes a deeper dive into a common aerosol in Hawai‘i, giant sea salt aerosol, revealing that coastal areas can release up to five times more particles than the open ocean.

‘Resurgence’ is Hawaiʻi’s 2023 Word of the Year

The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Department of English also considered the word “polarization.”
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