Saturday, July 12, 2014         

The state Department of Transportation has adjusted its lane closure schedule to reduce traffic backups on the H-1 freeway this weekend. Story »

The Cardinals' 10-2 thrashing of the Brewers Saturday at Miller Park delighted the many Cardinal fans here, brought the teams dead even at 52-43 with one game remaining Sunday before the All-Star break. Story »

Honolulu police are looking for suspects in a stabbing early Saturday morning after emergency room doctors reported treating a 33-year-old man for critical injuries. Story »

The number of foreclosure lawsuits filed against Hawaii homeowners plummeted in May, putting even harder brakes on what had been a gradual slowdown in new case volume since the middle of last year. Story »

 Closer to God
It was during Ramadan last year that Deanna Wathen took the "shahada" vow to become a Muslim, willingly taking on the self-discipline the faith requires and finding peace and maturity in the process. Story »
It was encouraging to see Hawaii's top leadership gathered at the state Capitol auditorium this week to support the Aloha+ Challenge initiative, a set of ambitious goals to make life in Hawaii more sustainable. Story »

Hawaii's Best 2014

$100M gain in tourism uncovered

A sudden turnaround was announced Friday in Hawaii's tourism industry, which had been fading a bit from last year's visitor arrival and spending records but now is on course to reach new highs.

Ex-House speaker must prove Palolo home is his residence

A Circuit Court judge has ordered state Rep. Calvin Say to prove that he lives in the Palolo state House district he has represented since he was first elected in 1976. Six voters in Say's House district have challenged his residency.

Hanabusa 'demonstrates commitment' with $117,000 loan to her campaign

U.S. Rep. Colleen Hana­busa, scrambling to stay competitive with U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz in fundraising in the Demo­cratic primary for Senate, loaned her campaign $117,000 in June. Hana­busa had her best fundraising quarter since she announced her campaign.

Voyaging canoes off on next leg of journey

After spending more than two weeks reconnecting with extended ohana on Tahiti, crews of Hokule‘a and Hikianalia have resumed their ambitious voyage to spread aloha across the globe via canoe.

Kalakoa: A mishmash of family fun and news

From inside the womb to infanthood and beyond, specialized baby photographers are ready to capture every moment.

Volleyball: U.S. defeats Brazil in 5

Karch Kiraly arrived in Honolulu expecting a lively atmosphere at the Stan Sheriff Center and a test for the United States women's volleyball team. A third straight win over the world's top-ranked team would be pretty sweet as well.

United flight from Honolulu diverted to Midway atoll

A United Airlines flight from Honolulu to Guam was diverted to the remote island of Midway because of a mechanical issue.

 Supporters of slain Elderts want accused killer fired
About 100 people marched through downtown Friday calling for Christopher Deedy to be fired as a State Department special agent for shooting and killing a Kai­lua man in 2011. The march was held on the second day of Deedy's retrial. Story »
 Athletics: More Maniac seating displaces longtime fans
The University of Hawaii has unveiled plans to expand its Manoa Maniacs student rooting section, a move that has angered some soon-to-be-displaced ticket holders.  Story »
13th annual Korean festival
Korean culture tops this weekend’s list of big events as the Hawaii Korean Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Korean Festival at Magic Island. Story »

Hawaii's Best 2014

 Hawaii's Backyard: Relax away from TVs and phones at the Mauian
Psssst … wanna know a secret? The Mauian is one of the best options for a laid-back, low-key Hawaii getaway. Although the 44-room hotel was one of the first to be built on the shores of Napili Bay, it has remained pretty much under the radar.  Story »
Political Radar

Political Radar

Warrior Beat
Taxing situation

Political Radar
Maximum Ige

Political Radar
Maximum Abercrombie

Political Radar

Political Radar
Chef Chai

Political Radar
Emily’s endorsement

Media partner

Will you be watching the World Cup final between Germany and Argentina on Sunday?
Star-Advertiser Print Replica
What is a Print Replica?

The Print Replica of the newspaper is a page-by-page replica of the day's printed newspaper - including all stories, sections, photos and ads - not including advertiser preprints - in PDF like form. It can be viewed on your computer's web browser, iPad, iPhone and some e-Readers.

Print Replica FAQ's »
RECIPE: Macadamia Nut Crepes
Former Miss Hawaii Malika Dudley's cooking one of her favorites that her mom taught her, Island Princess Hawaii Macadamia Nut Crepes. Read More »
Free Yoga In Waikiki
Led by Dennis Miller, a yoga instructor, massage therapist and owner of The Shiatsu & Massage Center at Waikiki Beach Walk, the class is open to the public and runs about 45 minutes. Read More »

Most Popular