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Wednesday, July 23, 2014         

His pilot's license fresh in his hands, an Indiana teenager set out in June for the adventure of a lifetime: an around-the-world flight with his father designed to break a record and raise money to build schools in his father's native Pakistan. Story »


"We're going to be better," said University of Hawaii football head coach Norm Chow, who spoke on Wednesday at the Mountain West Conference's Football Media Days. Story »


Prosecutors charged a Maui man with multiple drug and firearms offenses after raiding a Kihei home last week and seizing nearly 2 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, liquid methamphetamine, marijuana and a marijuana concentrate known as butane honey oil. Story »

 
Matson Inc. has finalized a proposed legal settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and a whistleblower over fuel surcharge reimbursements that will cost the Hawaii-based ocean cargo transportation company $10 million.  Story »

 The Weekly Eater: Diner en Blanc dazzles in Honolulu debut
They came with their picnic baskets and tables and chairs and linens, congregating in the parking lot of Iolani Palace for the inaugural Diner en Blanc Hono­lulu event Saturday.  Story »
Other than a very few hot electoral battles this election cycle — Sen. Malama Solomon will face off again with her predecessor in that Hawaii island seat, Lorraine Inouye — there will be few challenges to the status quo in the Legislature. Story »

Hawaii Kai man joins Navy's Blue Angels as pilot

Navy Lt. Matt Suyderhoud, who grew up in Hawaii Kai, will be wowing the audiences above Kaneohe Bay during a Blue Angels performance planned for Oct. 17-18, 2015.

In Deedy trial, customer describes scuffle

Former Kane­ohe Marine Alexander Byrd was in the restaurant when U.S. State Department Special Agent Christopher Deedy fatally shot Kollin Elderts. He testified in Deedy's murder retrial Tuesday in state court.

In Hawaiian Homelands suit, plaintiffs ask for special master

In the latest development, plaintiffs are asking the judge to appoint a special master to help speed the court's fact-finding and decision-making process, citing the growing number of deceased plaintiffs.

Japan welcomes China to RIMPAC, from a distance

Chinese and Japanese ships encounter each other almost daily around waters off contested islands in the East China Sea. As both align for multinational naval exercises under way in Hawaii meant to build trust, the two sides have barely made contact.

TheBuzz: Pepper's Place in Kailua faces uncertainty

Many pause at the door to review menu options first; nevertheless, a steady stream of customers walks through the door at Pepper's Place in Kai­lua Shopping Center.

More Jack Johnson concert tickets on sale

Fans of local pop superstar Jack Johnson have a few new options to try for tickets to his previously sold-out concerts on Aug. 1 and Aug. 2 at the Waikiki Shell.

Further Review: Arnold's contract deal doesn't make sense

How does a college basketball coach get a three-year contract extension when his program is under NCAA investigation — a probe that has been ongoing for nearly four months now?

 4-man team wins trans-Pacific race
Hot, thirsty, hungry and tired, a team of four sunburned men from the four corners of the world rowed into the Ala Wai Boat Harbor on Tuesday afternoon, ending an epic 43-day journey across the Pacific. Story »
President Barack Obama has recorded a radio advertisement for Gov. Neil Aber­crombie's re-election campaign, describing the governor as a partner who made "gutsy decisions" to tackle a state budget crisis and invest in early childhood education. Story »

 Football: Rainbows projected last in West Division
As widely expected, a media poll predicted the University of Hawaii football team will finish last — sixth out of six teams — in the Mountain West Conference's West Division this season.  Story »
Despite college football's changing landscape, the University of Hawaii football team will have a home in the Mountain West Conference, league commissioner Craig Thompson said on Tuesday.  Story »

 

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 Hawaii's Backyard: Otsuji Farm provides a taste of healthful living
"How do you like my office?" Edwin Otsuji asks as visitors admire a panorama that stretches from Diamond Head to Maunalua Bay. "Beautiful, yeah? That's why vegetables grow so well here; they love the view." Story »
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