Stories by Wyatt Haupt Jr.

Jobless rate rises in April

LIHU‘E — A sizable drop in the number of employed civilians helped push the unemployment rate up in the first full month of spring on the island of Kaua‘i.

Lane closures scheduled on Kaua‘i

LIHU‘E — A forecast of wet weather could upend a number of road-related projects in the week ahead, but if the rain holds off work is scheduled to take place in some heavily traveled locations on Kaua‘i, the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation said in an update on Friday.

Lane closures scheduled on Kaua‘i

LIHUE — The spring road improvement season is in full swing with projects scheduled in heavily traveled areas, the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation said in an update on Friday.

Lane closures scheduled on Kaua‘i

LIHUE — A wealth of roadwork is on tap in the coming days with projects ranging from Waimea Canyon Road to Hanalei Plantation Road, the Hawaii Department of Transportation said in a weekly update on Friday.

Flood watch issued for Kaua‘i

LIHU‘E — A flood watch is in effect from midnight Saturday until 6 a.m. Monday because of a slow moving storm that has the potential to dump several inches of rain on the island of Kaua‘i.

Lane closures scheduled on Kaua‘i

LIHU‘E — A number of road-related projects are on tap in the days ahead with work taking place from Hanapepe to Princeville, the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation said in a weekly update on Friday.

Lane closures scheduled on Kaua‘i

LIHU‘E — A wealth of road-related projects are on tap at the start of the spring season with work stretching from the west end of the island to the north side, the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation said in a weekly update on Friday.

Half of Kaua‘i’s tested waters polluted

LIHU‘E — A monthly analysis of streams, rivers and surf spots across the island found high concentrations of enterococcus bacterium, a federally recognized indicator of fecal presence in water, at a number of locations.