Saturday, September 20, 2014         
Legislators scolded Hawaiian Electric Co. on Friday for slowing down the adoption of rooftop solar power systems, saying the delays could mean residents will miss out on a lucrative federal tax incentive.  Story »

Prosecutors have charged a longtime family practice doctor with multiple counts of fondling two women and a girl, according to court documents filed Friday morning.  Story »

At a festive homecoming rally Friday, the McKinley High School Foundation announced that it had exceeded its $1 million fundraising goal for college scholarships for McKinley graduates.  Story »

Legislators scolded Hawaiian Electric Co. on Friday for slowing down the adoption of rooftop solar power systems, saying the delays could mean residents will miss out on a lucrative federal tax incentive.  Story »

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Lambert's whirlwind career is full of life lessons
On her latest album, "Platinum," country music star Miranda Lambert wanted to show the maturity of an award-winning artist who just turned 30. Lambert headlines a show at the Blaisdell Arena Saturday that continues months of touring. Story »
Movie Review: Dysfunction to the max
"This is Where I Leave You" is a big, broad dysfunctional family comedy, sort of a "Parenthood" pushed into R-rated "Adulthood" territory. Jonathan Tropper has turned his novel into a script that becomes the quintessential Shawn Levy comedy. Story »
The city has taken a critical step, if a measured one, toward addressing the problem of homelessness in Hawaii. This week Mayor Kirk Caldwell signed bills to curb encampments and undesirable behavior, with a particular focus on Waikiki.  Story »

Puna detours to cost $2M

The cost to rebuild two abandoned dirt roads that could provide a lifeline in and out of Hawaii island's lower Puna district has jumped $800,000 — to $2 million.

Homeless shift to state beach

Just before dawn Friday, more than 15 homeless individuals and couples slept on a sandy swath of Fort DeRussy Beach in Wai­kiki, oblivious to the sand sweepers cutting circles around them and the occasional early risers strolling past.

Atoll envisioned as a model for sustainability

It's eerily quiet on this tiny, uninhabited South Pacific atoll — almost no noise except for the aki­aki birds squawking in the trees and the wind rustling through the palms.

Funding shortfall could close public isle hospitals, officials warn

Hawaii's public hospitals warned lawmakers Friday of significant cuts or, in the worst-case scenario, closures as early as next year if the state doesn't release more funds for the troubled facilities.

Kalakoa: A Mishmash of Family Fun and News

Mary Poppins, that magical English nanny with the mysterious ability to fly, first appeared as the title character in P.L. Travers' children's book in 1934. A series of sequels followed, and then came the iconic Disney movie starring Julie Andrews in 1964.

Football: Rainbows looking to snap road skid

Of all the potential obstacles -- thin air, long travel, time difference -- the University of Hawaii football team was not going to be stopped by a 1,300-pound buffalo.

H.S. Football: Kaiser’s late score stuns Kahuku

Kalawai'a Judd gave his classmates a senior night they will never forget. The Kaiser quarterback scored on a 1-yard run with 16 seconds remaining to give the Cougars a shocking 20-19 victory over No. 3 Kahuku on Friday night at Kaiser Stadium.

 Warriors travel to Boulder

The Warriors were set to stay overnight in Los Angeles, then travel Friday to Boulder, Colo., ahead of Saturday's game against Colorado.

 'Help' sign deemed free speech
A U.S. District Court judge barred Hawaii County police officers Friday from interfering with a homeless man's attempts to use a sign to solicit donations in public.  Story »
So this is how the other half lives! National Geographic explorer Daniel Lin and I swapped canoes for the journey back to Pago Pago, where our expedition should arrive sometime tomorrow. Hikianalia is sailing along south-southeast late Monday morning at   Story »

 Volleyball: Wahine hammer Northern Arizona
On a night that saw Hawaii coach Dave Shoji play catch-up with Penn State's Russ Rose for all-time career wins, the Rainbow Wahine caught momentum early and rode it to a quick 25-18, 25-15, 25-18 sweep of previously undefeated Northern Arizona on Friday night.  Story »
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 A trip through Panama Canal is special way to see Americas
There are many ways to travel from the West Coast to the East Coast: » Flying: The most common and expedient method. » Driving: A very long road trip. » Sailing: The scenic route. » Walking: Not recommended. Story »

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