West Hawaii Explorations Academy students Brittany Echavez, left, Tommy Furneisen and Naia North proudly display the prosthetic hand they created recently using a
3-D printer. The hand, intended for a Makakilo girl, was designed by
e-NABLE and took some 20 hours to print and another
two hours to assemble.
Thieves know that Hawaii tourists can be easy marks for property crimes. Rules of evidence require that a victim return to Hawaii to testify in person against the alleged offender, assuming that a suspect is arrested in the first place.
Since the Pennsylvania police arrested Anthony Kofalt last March for walking out of a Wal-Mart with 21 boxes of Crest White Strips he had not paid for, his wife, Heather, has spent $3,000 — about $60 a week — on phone calls to the prisons and jails where he has been held.
SMEI Honors Dennis Francis
Sales and Marketing Executives International (SMEI) recently honored Honolulu Star-Advertiser president and publisher Dennis Francis as its 2014 Salesperson of the Year in Sheraton Waikiki’s Hawaii Ballroom. Read More »