Saturday, November 22, 2014         
Fresh data from an ongoing study reveal the shark most likely to bite you likes hanging out in shallower waters. Although the tiger routinely travels hundreds of miles, it seems to prefer the coastal shelf areas in depths of less than 600 feet. Story »

The embattled head of the University of Hawaii Cancer Center resigned from the post Friday, capping a tumultuous five years as director of the facility. Robert Bley-Vroman told a crowd that Dr. Michele Carbone had submitted a resignation letter that day. Story »

Immigration reform advocates in Hawaii came together to hail President Barack Obama a day after he announced key initiatives to allow certain undocumented immigrants temporary reprieve from deportation. Story »

 Island Air to pull back bonus pay for pilots
Island Air gave its eligible pilots $4,000 bonuses just before the holidays and now wants the money back. The Honolulu-based regional carrier said it paid the money prematurely in October "due to an internal administrative error." Story »
 Kalakoa: A mishmash of family fun and news
Isles' favorite footwear gets star treatment in board book • Reptile pals' adventures double as learning opportunities for tots Story »
The twin sisters celebrate the 10th anniversary of “So Jealous,” the album that enabled Tegan and Sara Quin to move from indie/alternative folk-music circles into the mainstream arena, with a special release.   Story »
President Barack Obama's unilateral changes to immigration policy may represent the only way any of the undocumented immigrants who have built lives in the United States could hope for any relief from the fear of deportation in the foreseeable future. Story »

Cooling project heats up

Hawaii's wealthiest resident, Pierre Omid­yar, through his investment firm Ulu­pono Initiative, is now the majority owner of Hono­­lulu Seawater Air Conditioning, the company planning to use cold water from deep in the ocean to cool downtown buildings.

Symposium will place focus on carless transit

Living in an age-friendly society means "we need to stop building cities as if everyone is 30 years old and athletic," says Gil Pena­losa, head of the international nonprofit group 8-80 Cities.

State waives $1M in rent as HPU works on converting Aloha Tower

Hawaii Pacific University will get a $1 million break from the state while it converts much of the now largely dormant Aloha Tower Marketplace at Honolulu Harbor into a mix of retail and university uses, including student dorms.

Mililani teen wins 'Big Hero 6' challenge

Kelsey Ann Murobayashi, 17, of Mili­lani, has a potential solution for all the woes that automobiles bring with them: traffic, parking demands, fuel consumption and accidents, some of them fatal.

Basketball: Electric atmosphere helps UH shock Pitt

An electric atmosphere was the conduit for a huge early-season upset for Hawaii. A near-sellout crowd of 1,203 put a charge into Maui's War Memorial Gym as the Rainbow Warriors surged to a shocking 74-70 victory over Pittsburgh of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Friday night.

H.S. Football: ‘Iolani claims another

'Iolani is known for its precision, and with surgical skill the Raiders took apart Lahainaluna 31-14 for the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division II Football Championship on Friday night at Aloha Stadium.

H.S. Football: Wild win for Mililani

Mililani and Punahou rewarded the 19,254 who endured the traffic to Halawa on Friday with a state championship shootout that wasn't decided until Mililani quarterback McKenzie Milton ran out the final two seconds on a 53-45 victory over the Buffanblu at Aloha Stadium.

UH football beat writer Stephen Tsai previews the Rainbow Warriors' Senior Night game on Saturday against UNLV.
 Faith-fueled election was a victory, Aiona says
In the wake of the November elections, former Lt. Gov. James "Duke" Aiona this week remembered the divine inspiration for his Republican campaign for governor. "You know when God called me, all he said was, ‘You will run,'" Aiona said. Story »
If lava from Kilauea Volcano remains stable throughout the weekend, Hawaii County officials will be implementing a plan to reopen a portion of Pahoa Village Road on Thanksgiving Day.  Story »

 Volleyball: Wahine escape with win at Santa Barbara 
As it enters the home stretch of the regular season, and with the NCAA tournament looming, the University of Hawaii volleyball team wants to be playing in peak form. Story »
McKenzie Milton's record-breaking night gave Mililani its first state football title. The junior quarterback threw for 421 yards and seven touchdowns as Mililani beat Punahou 53-45 in Friday's First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division I football championship game at Aloha Stadium.  Story »

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 Hawaii's Backyard: Honey festival puts sweet spotlight on local bees
When most people travel, they buy mugs, postcards and T-shirts for souvenirs. Lauren Rusert comes home with honey. More than 40 jars and bottles of the sweetener are lined up on a shelf in her kitchen. Story »

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The black standard of the Islamic State has been popping up all over Pakistan. From urban slums to Taliban strongholds, the militant group's logo and name have appeared in graffiti, posters and pamphlets.  Story »

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