Tuesday, July 22, 2014         

Hawaii island detectives are investigating a shooting in which an officer wounded a man who allegedly drove an SUV toward police after a short vehicle chase in Hilo. Story »

Muggy weather will continue through Tuesday morning with spotty heavy showers and thunderstorms possible on Oahu and Kauai County as remnants of Tropical Storm Wali linger over the western end of the state. Story »

Honolulu Police have opened a murder investigation after a woman died following a fight in Downtown Honolulu Monday morning. Story »

Electricity bills keep going up for residential customers on Oahu. The bill in July for a typical household using 600 kilowatt-hours a month went up from June by more than a dollar to $217.24, according to data released Monday by Hawaiian Electric Cos., the state's largest utility provider with service to Oahu, Maui and Hawaii island.  Story »

 Health Options: There is no 'one size fits all' in terms of healthful eating
People often tell us that figuring out how to eat a healthful diet has become very confusing. Worldwide, different cultures have evolved a wide variety of different styles of eating that support good health.  Story »
The nine members of the Honolulu City Council must respond to the needs of their individual districts while simultaneously acting as a cohesive body that advances solutions to Oahu's most pressing problems — without unduly burdening taxpayers. That's the ideal, and some Council lineups have succeeded better than others. Story »

Pregnant teen strangled, boyfriend decapitated in online sex case

A pregnant Michigan teenager was strangled and her boyfriend was decapitated after apparently connecting with a stranger through the online service Craigslist for a sexual encounter, police said Monday.

Freedom fleeting for isle escapees

Junior Jorju probably didn't realize it, but the odds were against him when he took off from Maui Community Correctional Center on the night of July 12, midway through a two-week jail sentence.

Former Bank of America worker sentenced for fraud

A former Bank of America employee was sentenced Monday to 2½ years in federal prison for taking more than $1.2 million in bribes, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Los Angeles said.

Two women finish record-setting ocean trip to Hawaii

Just ahead of lightning and thunder, two women ended a grueling 61-day voyage in a rowboat across the Pacific on Saturday night, setting two world records.

TheBuzz: Hilo Hattie's new chef brings her flair to Kona Bean Cafe

It's a big day for Michi Wata­rai's Cooking Fresh business. Monday is its first day as the operator of Kona Bean Cafe at Hilo Hattie's flagship store on Nimitz Highway in Iwilei.

5 things we love: Back to school

Tutor helps keiki make the grade • Fisher Hawaii is school-supply mecca • Pack kids’ lunches in a ‘Star Wars’ bag • Free apps educate all year long • Umbrella will comfort new student

Ryu, Dodgers end Pirates' home win streak

A sharp Hyun-Jin Ryu and some clutch hitting enabled the Los Angeles Dodgers to overcome the absence of two top sluggers.

 Pilot with aerial ad company arrested for flying banners
The war over aerial banners in Oahu's skies escalated Monday afternoon with Hono­lulu police arresting the pilot of an Aerial Banners North airplane at Dillingham Air Field.  Story »
 Football: Warriors hungry for a new place to set up training table
The University of Hawaii football team faces yet another glitch in preparation for the Aug. 30 season opener against Washington.  Story »
The celebration began long before Rory McIlroy had a chance to drink out of the claret jug. McIlroy was upstairs in the clubhouse at Royal Liverpool for the traditional toast with the R&A, unable to ignore the chants below from club members waiting for a glimpse of the British Open champion.  Story »

Last week, the Indiana Pacers lost Lance Stephenson. On Monday, they replaced one of the NBA’s best young players with shooting guard Rodney Stuckey. It’s a swap that will make it a challenge for Indiana to win a third straight title in a division that might be the toughest in basketball.  Story »


Hawaii's Best 2014

 Hawaii's Backyard: Otsuji Farm provides a taste of healthful living
"How do you like my office?" Edwin Otsuji asks as visitors admire a panorama that stretches from Diamond Head to Maunalua Bay. "Beautiful, yeah? That's why vegetables grow so well here; they love the view." Story »

Given the increase in prison escapes, what should be done about the situation?
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Kristin Kato
For A Cake Life’s fifth anniversary, owner Kristin Kato teamed up with Hawaii Foodbank to help provide for the hungry in the community. Read More »
Food Industry Association Banquet
Hawaii Food Industry Association held its annual convention at J.W. Marriott Ihilani Resort. Read More »

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