Friday, November 28, 2014         
A state employee has been charged with stealing state funds while working for Gov. Neil Abercrombie's office.  Story »

 Rearview Mirror: When a call came to serve, Damien never hesitated
Jozef De Veuster was a strapping young lad who was stocky and muscle-bound, Dr. Kalani Brady says, and his parents hoped he would take over the family corn business. But that was not his calling. Story »
Movie Review: Cinematic quality lifts Snowden documentary
There are two ways to look at "Citizenfour," Laura Poitras' documentary about Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor whose revelations of widespread surveillance launched a hundred op-ed columns a year ago.  Story »
Sometimes, the convergence of government blunders is so startling that it cannot pass unrebuked. So it was recently, when side-by-side news stories on one day revealed how "the system" is failing its citizens, from ongoing Handi-Van snafus to a mishandled negligent-homicide case, to an accused child-assaulting teacher being cleared to teach here. Story »

Annual meal provides fellowship and food

While a gospel choir sang, Salvation Army volunteers served some 2,000 free turkey meals along with pumpkin pies at the Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall in observance of Thanksgiving.

Ceremonies to mark Pearl attack

Air Force Gen. Lori Robinson, Pacific Air Forces commander, will be the keynote speaker at the 73rd anniversary of the Japa­nese attack on the Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7.

Buy Local: Brick-and-mortar location keeps business smoking

Scott Shibuya is happy to have taken the risk to make the jump to a brick-and-mortar location for his Guava Smoked business a year ago.

Season's fare has serious air

The hot summer months are behind us, signaling the season when movie studios turn serious. As we draw nearer December, the cinematic hotbed of silliness and sci-fi shrinks as likely Oscar nominees arrive.

Football: Freshman linemen Allen, Tupai emerge

The University of Hawaii football team just might have found the right plan thanks to two inside jobs. Two second-year freshmen — Dejon Allen and Elijah Tupai — have emerged as capable offensive guards.

Volleyball: Adolpho is marvel of Molokai

Saturday's ohana T-shirt will say it all. "Moloka'i Slide." It's what Kalei Adolpho's family and friends will wear to honor the Hawaii middle blocker on Senior Night at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Ashleigh Karaitiana and the University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine basketball team prepare to compete in the 2014 Rainbow Wahine Shootout this weekend. More Videos »
Peter Hook, a founding member of the Joy Division and New Order, commands high esteem from music lovers who recognize the pivotal effect of those bands on post-punk music.   Story »
 UH newspaper wins national honor
Ka Leo o Hawaiʻi, the University of Hawaii student newspaper, took first place in the best of show competition at a national convention for college journalists.  Story »
 Surfing: Moore wins Target Pro, Gilmore claims ASP title
Hawaii surfer Carissa Moore won the season-ending Target Maui Pro on Thursday at Honolua Bay, Maui. Story »
Saturday's ohana T-shirt will say it all. "Moloka'i Slide." It's what Kalei Adolpho's family and friends will wear to honor the Hawaii middle blocker on Senior Night at the Stan Sheriff Center. Story »

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 Hawaii's Backyard: Molokai's Christmas bash embraces everyone
At Molokai's Parade of Lights, Christmas exuberance is expressed in delightfully unexpected ways. One year, a float featured a whole pig cooking on a rotisserie. Another year, spectators oohed and aahed at the menagerie on an entry. Story »

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As oil prices continue to plummet, the once-dominant international cartel of producers is losing its sway over the global energy markets. At its meeting Thursday in Vienna, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, the group of 12 oil producing nations, is under pressure to at least announce modest cuts in an effort to shore up the markets. Story »

Are you optimistic that the University of Hawaii will win its final football game Saturday against Fresno State?
30 Years Of City Lights
One of the best things about Christmas in Hawaii, Honolulu City Lights, debuts a new set of characters when the tree lights go on Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. Read More »
Zipping Along The North Shore
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