Always a Marine

John Quentin Smith joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1943, when he was 17 years old, and soon found himself engaged in World War II combat.

‘A matter of seconds’

When lifeguards Richard Mills, Kevin Cope and Matt Milbrand finished their shifts on Tuesday, they left knowing they had saved a life.

A look back on the legislative session

State Rep. Jimmy Tokioka summed up the 2019 legislative session like this: “It wasn’t home runs for us this year, but I would categorize it as a lot of singles,” he said.

Ige sounds off

The first question posed to Gov. David Ige at Thursday’s Kauai Chamber of Commerce luncheon stumped him — for a moment. “What is your favorite animal?”

Barr in Alaska to talk Native violence, not Mueller remarks

Tribal representatives in Alaska told U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday that rural Alaska Natives suffer from multiple public safety problems, including no law enforcement presence in multiple villages, substance abuse and alarmingly high rates of violence and sexual assault.

Man dies in shark attack

The DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement and Division of Aquatic Resources are assisting Maui County in putting up shark warning signs at Ka’anapali Beach Park on Maui after what is reported as a fatal shark incident this morning.