Thursday, November 27, 2014         

A jury has awarded millions of dollars to an Oahu man who sued a hospital for not diagnosing a tumor in his mouth, his attorney said. Story »

Dec 3 2013 Kamehameha Schools has found a buyer for the Hawaii Kai Towne Center anchored by Costco. Story »

The police officer who fatally shot a 12-year-old boy carrying a pellet gun fired within 1 1/2 to two seconds of pulling up in his cruiser, police said Wednesday. During those few moments, he ordered the youngster three times to put up his hands, they said. Story »

 Newlyweds help lift tourism
Domestic travelers kept Hawaii's visitor industry growing in October, bringing the state closer to its third consecutive annual record in visitor spending and arrivals. Story »
 Find the best of Black Friday around Oahu
To help you along with holiday shopping, stores are rolling out discounts for Black Friday, which starts as early as Thursday at many stores. We've got a few places to start with around the island. Story »
In this world of struggle and confrontation, Thanksgiving Day offers respite, even an escape hatch. What's better than a sumptuous meal with relatives and friends (assuming those annual familial clashes can be avoided) to provide insulation from the noise?  Story »

No. 3 Arizona wins Maui Invitational title

Third-ranked Arizona outlasted No. 15 San Diego State in a bruising battle of wills, 61-59, to claim the 2014 EA Sports Maui Invitational title on Wednesday at Lahaina Civic Center.

Shortfall could shut long-term care facility, officials warn

One of two Hawaii Health Systems Corp.'s long-term care facilities on Oahu is in jeopardy of closing if the public hospital network doesn't receive additional state assistance by year's end.

Cosby testimony describes accuser's killed story

Bill Cosby testified under oath in 2005 that he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview about looming sexual-assault accusations by a Canadian woman against him in exchange for the tabloid spiking a second accuser's story.

Federal judge rules against Hawaii island GMO law

A federal judge has ruled that Hawaii County cannot enforce a law restricting cultivation of genetically engineered crops because it's pre-empted by state law.

Officials ask that drivers not stop on reopened Pahoa Village Road

Hawaii County officials planned to re-open a section of Pahoa's main road at noon Wednesday with police and Hawaii National Guard troops in the area to make sure drivers don't stop to get a look at hardened lava that came within 500 feet of the road.

3 inmates walk away, 1 arrested before Thanksgiving

Three inmates failed to return from work furlough programs on Thanksgiving eve, and a fourth missing inmate was arrested, the Department of Public Safety said Wednesday.

RG3 benched: Redskins to start Colt McCoy vs. Indy

The Redskins will start Colt McCoy over Griffin on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, the latest development in a stunning tailspin for the 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.

This year, the NCAA has approved unlimited meals and snacks, or "training table," for all athletes. Prior to the change, only scholarship athletes would receive three meals a day or a food stipend. More Videos »
 Judge quashes Big Isle GMO ban
A federal judge on Wednesday once again ruled against efforts to ban genetically modified crops in the islands by invalidating a 2013 Hawaii County Council ordinance.  Story »
 Basketball: Arizona is best on Maui
The Wildcats of the Pac-12 Conference had the superior late-game execution as they edged the Aztecs 61-59 Wednesday night to claim their second EA Sports Maui Invitational championship in six appearances. Arizona's only previous Maui title came in 2000. Story »
Hawaii men's basketball coach Benjy Taylor admits that if someone had told him three weeks ago when he got the job that his team would start 6-2, "I would've told them they're crazy." 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 »

As the Ferguson, Mo., case sparks riots, what do you think about the police’s relationship with the public in Honolulu?
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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