State reports no cases of polio-like disease

Hawaii health officials said Thursday that it seems the state remains free of cases of acute flaccid myelitis — a polio-like illness that’s infected dozens of people, most frequently children, throughout the nation.

Watch out for ‘El Nino’

On the heels of the second-wettest dry season in the last 30 years, the wet season outlook for Hawaii says there’s more moisture on the horizon.

Bridge to be temporarily closed

Pu‘uopae Bridge in Wailua Homesteads will be temporarily closed starting Monday through Friday in preparation for construction of the new Pu‘uopae Bridge.

Visitor impacts on LBA agenda

Mayor Bernard Carvalho Jr. will be one of the speakers at the Lihue Business Association’s annual meeting Thursday. He’ll be joined by Sue Kanoho, Kauai Visitors Bureau executive director, and Alan Carpenter, assistant administrator, state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of State Parks, as they discuss visitor impacts on Kauai.