Friday, September 19, 2014         
A Honolulu City Council bill that would ban sitting and lying down on sidewalks in 11 different commercial regions of Oahu narrowly moved out of the Zoning and Planning Committee on Thursday, setting up a final vote before the full Council next month. Story »

Scottish voters have rejected independence, deciding to remain part of the United Kingdom after a historic referendum that shook the country to its core. Story »

The Hawaii Tourism Authority spent $480,000 to bring the Japanese boy band Arashi to Hawaii for two concerts at the Ko Olina Resort in West Oahu on Friday and Saturday -- the group's first performances outside of Asia.  Story »

The most environmentally friendly members of Hawaii's visitor industry were recognized by the Hawaii Ecotourism Association on Wednesday at the nonprofit's 20th-anniversary awards luncheon in Waikiki. 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 »
Jenai Wall is a leading Hawaii business executive who believes in supporting the communities that support her famiy's businesses. It's a tradition started by her father, Maurice "Sully" Sullivan, who started the Foodland supermarket chain in 1948, opening its first store at Market City in Kaimuki. Story »

Pahoa braces for disaster

A flowing lake of 2,100-degree lava continued to bear down a path headed for Pahoa town Thursday as schoolchildren went home with notices, businesses braced for the worst and Hawaii island's utility company made plans to keep power running.

Police chief lashes out at critics in domestic abuse case

Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kea­loha on Thursday defended his handling of a high-profile domestic abuse case involving an officer while a group of female lawmakers condemned his department for what they described as a pattern of botching such cases.

Judge to decide residency case challenging Say

With the November election approaching, Circuit Judge Karen Naka­sone said Thursday she would rule on whether to dismiss a legal challenge to state Rep. Calvin Say's residency by the end of this month.

Maui's recovery is expected to be 'choppy'

Maui's economic recovery has been inconsistent this year as a sputtering visitor industry and an overdue construction rebound have slowed growth on the state's third most populous island.

H.S. Football: OIA’s finest awaits Sabers

The No. 6-ranked Campbell Sabers know about proficiency and production. But even when the well seems dry, they've learned to be poised. With just over a minute left, the Sabers trailed Kapolei 13-7 last week. Back on their 25-yard line, things seemed bleak.

Volleyball: Sharing her passion for the game

It's about more than wearing a volleyball uniform for a few years. To be a Rainbow Wahine is to wear a proud tradition for life. Ali Longo is looking forward to her initiation into that circle Saturday.

Lambert's whirlwind career is full of life lessons

Country star Miranda Lambert, who’s now come out on top of 10 years as a country-music star, describes her fifth album “Platinum” (RCA Nashville) as transitional. Lambert headlines a show at the Blaisdell Arena Saturday that continues months of touring.

 Acoba is UH regent candidate
A retired Hawaii Supreme Court associate justice is among the nominees being considered to fill one of four vacancies on the University of Hawaii Board of Regents created by resignations over the state's financial disclosure law. 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 »

 Golf: 'Captain' Haas has his game in order
If USA team captain Jay Haas ever has a senior moment, wondering when he needs to be in South Korea for the 2015 Presidents Cup, all he need do is go to the website.  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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