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Friday, August 22, 2014         

A magnitude 4.2 earthquake woke some residents up early Friday morning. The earthquake, in the ocean about 38 miles south of Waimanalo, was about 4 miles deep and struck at 2:37 a.m. Story »


The 23-year-old Makiki man, accused of harassing Manoa residents earlier this year, has been arrested again. Story »


A third tropical storm that formed in the Eastern Pacific overnight could become a major hurricane early next week. Story »

 
The sale of Waikiki's largest shopping center in June contributed to a record level of Hawaii commercial real estate purchases during the first half of the year as institutional investors continued a buying binge that took hold last year. Story »

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Chris Mellor didn't grow up a disciple of De La Salle football. In fact, he couldn't stand the Spartans while attending another Bay Area high school. "They were the big dogs and nobody could beat them," Mellor said. Story »

Mufi Hannemann is a politician who wears his passions on the outside for all to see. He is the American success story that should inspire kids across the state to say, "Yes, you can, now get to work." Story »

UnitedHealth signs pact to repair state exchange

The company that fixed the federal Obamacare health insurance exchange is preparing to replace embattled contractor CGI Group Inc. as the main technology vendor for the faulty Hawaii Health Connector.

ACLU challenges primary election

The American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii on Thursday filed a legal challenge to the primary election on behalf of six voters in Puna on Hawaii island who said they were unable to vote because of the damage left by Tropical Storm Iselle.

Regents approve interim chancellor

Despite calls from University of Hawaii at Manoa students and faculty for the reinstatement of Manoa Chancellor Tom Apple, the Board of Regents unanimously voted Thursday to approve an interim replacement.

Dow Solar brings PV shingles to isles

Dow Solar, a subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Co., began selling photovoltaic shingles in Hawaii this month. Honolulu-based GreenPath Technologies, a renewable energy company, is marketing the solar shingles made by Dow Solar of Midland, Mich.

Rearview Mirror: Iconic Ranch House eatery had deep Aina Haina roots

Possibly the most iconic restaurant in East Honolulu from the 1950s to 1987 was the Ranch House in Aina Haina.

Volleyball: Passi took advice from former Wahine

Consider the odds of playing volleyball in college. How many of those on the 1,230 teams that competed at July's USAV Girls Junior National Championships will find their way onto a collegiate roster at any level?

TGIF: Ka Himeni 'Ana celebrates Hawaiian music

An important era in Hawaiian music comes to an end this weekend with the 30th annual Ka Himeni ‘Ana Hawaiian music competition Saturday at Hawaii Theatre. Richard M. Towill, founder of Ka Himeni ‘Ana and its primary underwriter during its 31-year existence, died in January.

 Murder defendant acquitted, returned to prison
A state jury found a 31-year-old man not guilty Thursday for the murder of his friend two years ago at Kawainui State Park Reserve in Kaneohe. Teddy Munet, wearing a long-sleeved blue dress shirt, did not speak in court, but was sent back to prison to continue his sentence for an unrelated crime after Circuit Judge Glenn Kim read the verdict. Story »
 Shigematsu and Lefotu earn their way back
Hawaii offensive linemen Sean Shigematsu and Dave Lefotu learned college football is a bottom-line business. At the start of training camp three weeks ago, both fifth-year seniors were at the bottom of the depth chart.  Story »
 
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Ka Himeni 'Ana celebrates Hawaiian music
An important era in Hawaiian music comes to an end this weekend with the 30th annual Ka Himeni ‘Ana Hawaiian music competition Saturday at Hawaii Theatre. Richard M. Towill, founder of Ka Himeni ‘Ana and its primary underwriter during its 31-year existence, died in January. Story »

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 Hawaii's Backyard: Beauty is everywhere at picturesque B&B
Some come for the incredible views. Others love the peace and privacy. Still others praise the breakfasts, always prepared from scratch with ingredients growing just steps from the kitchen. Holualoa Inn is among Hawaii's most memorable escapes. Story »
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RECIPE: Elena’s Sari Sari
Richard Butuyan is part of the Filipino food empire Elena’s in Waipahu. He's making one of my all-time favorites: Sari Sari. No forget to cook rice with this one! Read More »
 
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