Sunday, February 01, 2015         

University of Hawaii Manoa Chancellor Robert Bley-Vroman says it was "disturbing to see the extent of the allegations" from the NCAA, which charged the UH men's basketball team with seven violations. Story »

Japan and other nations condemned with outrage and horror on Sunday the beheading purportedly by the Islamic State group of Kenji Goto, a journalist who sought through his coverage of Syria to convey the plight of refugees, children and other victims of war. Story »

Junior guard Destiny King scored 15 points and the Rainbow Wahine honored the memory of the late Judy Mosley-McAfee by defeating Cal State Northridge 64-49 in a Big West basketball game Saturday at the Stan Sheriff Center. Story »

 Isle foreclosures decreased 39% during 2014
The number of foreclosure cases initiated against Hawaii property owners fell last year for the first time in four years, which was another positive reflection on Hawaii's economy and real estate market. Story »
Hawaiian Airlines' parent fell the most in more than 11 years —losing a quarter of its value — as declining fuel surcharges and the strength of the U.S. dollar squeezed revenue.  Story »

Kailua residents fight real estate agent in land dispute

Living in a house on a forested ridge just beyond the edge of suburbia sounds attractive on heavily developed Oahu. But some Kailua residents are objecting to an effort by an area real estate agent to build such a home.

Campbell girls soccer completes OIA run

The shock wave is complete and Campbell is the new OIA Division I girls soccer champion. The Sabers' Lauryn Cabudol headed in a corner kick by Aliani Lorenzo in the 77th minute for a 2-1 victory over Moanalua at the Castle High field Saturday night.

Roosevelt girls hoops power past Leilehua

Keala Quinlan had 15 points and 15 rebounds to power No. 2 Roosevelt over Leilehua 51-34 on Saturday night in quarterfinal-round play of the OIA Division I playoffs.

Rachel Bowler's free kick in the 80th minute gave 'Iolani a 3-2 win over Punahou. It was the final play of the game. More Videos »
Jim Brickman Jim Brickman is set to share his new tunes with the “amazing” audiences in the isles. Story »

 DHT skillfully brings 'Mockingbird' to life
Harper Lee's 1960 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" is a favorite of many, and the 1962 Academy Award-winning film adaptation starring Gregory Peck is equally revered.  Story »
Companies that own and operate a facility where 42,000 gallons of jet fuel leaked from a tank are under orders from the Environmental Protection Agency to take measures that will stop contamination of further water or shoreline areas.  Story »

Carla Fontes hadn't cut her hair since intermediate school, but her coach at Wai­akea High School, Stan Hara­gu­chi, thought the locks flowing below her waist were interfering with the sport. Story »

 Full-moon session
I stood there, longboard tucked under my arm, staring at the dark blue expanse before me. I could already feel the chill in the tradewinds. Story »
Lifesavers on guard on the North Shore
Dusk masked the approaching waves at Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu as they climbed to 15 feet before pounding the shallow, jagged reef below. Adrift in the rapid current and foamy sea was a photographer, exhausted from battling the relentless waves and fighting for his life.  Story »
 Connector woes demand deeper probe
As thorough as it is, the damning report about the Hawaii Health Connector, issued last week by the state auditor, should not mark the end of public inquiry into how taxpayer-funded grants, totalling $204.4 million, were spent establishing the online health-insurance exchange. Story »
 Magic in air in Wahine hoops win
It was a "Magic" night, for both the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine basketball team and the family of the late Judy Mosley-McAfee. Story »
A late collapse sabotaged early dominance in Hawaii's latest attempt to surpass the break-even point in Big West Conference play. After building a 12-point lead in the first four minutes, the Rainbow Warriors watched Long Beach State rally for a 65-50 win Saturday in front of 3,351 at the Walter Pyramid. Story »

 Hawaii's Backyard: Kauai company zooms in on picture-perfect tours
Clear, sunny, windless — conditions were perfect at Hana­lei Bay that day in 1999 when Vincent Tylor took what he calls "one of my first ‘wow' pictures." He snapped several shots of a hammock strung between two palms on the shore. Story »
It's been 25 years since a castle opened on the Las Vegas Strip. Last week a second castle finally opened, but it's not a megaresort like Excalibur. The first White Castle hamburger outlet to open in a western location is now serving its famous "sliders" 24/7 at center Strip. Story »

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Obama administration officials and other supporters of the Affordable Care Act say they worry that the tax-filing season will generate new anger as uninsured consumers learn that they must pay tax penalties and as many people struggle with complex forms needed to justify tax credits they received in 2014 to pay for health insurance. Story »

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