‘We need some help’

A Wailua couple is mourning the loss of their beloved service dog after he was injured and died while on a walk Friday on the Kealia path.

A measure of justice

Prosecuting Attorney Justin Kollar said there are a few reasons why his office offered Darren Galas a plea deal in relation to the 2006 death of his estranged wife, Sandra Galas.

Voter numbers rising

LIHUE — In just more than two months, Kauai voters will head to the polls to vote in the primary election that will decide which candidates will move on to November’s general election.

Man charged in killing has outburst in court

The man charged with second-degree murder in the May 17 stabbing death of his mother while she worked at First Hawaiian Bank on Rice Street in Lihue maintained a not guilty plea Thursday in Fifth Circuit Court.

Emergency permitting bill passed

Due to April’s historic flooding and landslides that left many homes destroyed or damaged, the Kauai County Council passed an emergency bill Wednesday that would expedite the permitting process for impacted homesteads and residential and agricultural buildings.

Fukushima seeks council seat

Educating people about the role of government in their lives and bringing them together is why Richard Fukushima says he is running for Kauai County Council.