Chin vows to fight for women

The United States Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled 5 to 4 against a law in California that required faith-based or crisis pregnancy centers to inform patients that the state offers contraception service and abortion assistance.

Wire woes cause outage

A statewide computer outage Monday prevented Department of Motor Vehicle customers from obtaining driver’s licenses, state of Hawaii identification cards, registrations, renewals and titles.

Vidinha has ideas for change on council

Kekaha resident and retired Army Ranger Harold Vidinha is running for Kauai County Council because he said people discuss problems among themselves, but nothing ever happens to bring forth change.

CCK to host election forums

The Community Coalition Kauai, in co-sponsorship with the Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action, announces its series of candidate forums that will start Thursday.

Hawaii’s counties ready for confab in Honolulu

Officials from all four Hawaii counties will meet today through Saturday for the annual conference of the Hawaii State Association of Counties at the Sheraton Waikiki and the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.