Sunday, October 19, 2014         

Officials from the National Weather Service said that Ana is slowly weakening and has downgraded the category 1 hurricane to a tropical storm on Sunday afternoon. Story »

Revised guidance for health care workers treating Ebola patients will include using protective gear "with no skin showing," a top federal health official said Sunday, and the Pentagon announced it was forming a team to assist medical staff in the U.S., if needed. Story »

Although he performed before a crowd of 20,000 a few nights ago, rock 'n' roll superstar Steven Tyler admitted to a touch of nerves as he addressed 11 Maui Drug Court graduates and their families Thursday afternoon in Circuit Court. Story »

“Akamai Money” seeks out local experts to answer questions about business in Hawaii. If you have an issue you would like us to tackle, please email it to business@star- advertiser.com and put “Akamai Money” in the subject line.  Story »

 German Tiger tank is a genuine star in Pitt's 'Fury'
"Fury" may or not be a critical or box office hit, but it's distinctive in at least one regard: It's the first, and very likely the last, film to feature the only remaining fully functional German Tiger tank: Tiger 131. Story »
It may seem as if the wind has died down and everyone is letting the sun shine, where alternative resources are concerned.  Story »

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T-Mobile restored for Hawaii customers after outage

T-Mobile crews have restored service to Hawaii customers after a brief power outage at one of its facilities Sunday morning, a technical support representative said.

Officials will establish safety procedures for hospitals across state

Hawaii health care officials plan to meet every day for the next two weeks developing procedures for island hospitals and health care workers aimed at exceeding current standards for dealing with an Ebola patient.

No forward movement by Kilauea lava flow since Friday morning

The June 27th lava flow from Kilauea Volcano has stalled at just over a half-mile from Apaa Street, near the Pahoa Transfer Station, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.

Kauai seabirds spur call for lights out

The Department of Land and Natural Resources reminds Kauai homeowners and businesses to shut off any unneeded lights to protect young seabirds during the fledgling season.

Hospitals face crippling deficit

Already on unstable financial footing, Hawaii's public hospitals recently learned they must add millions to their contribution for retired workers' health benefits.

Football: Warriors play wounded

In the week leading to Saturday's game against San Diego State, the University of Hawaii football team crafted a strategy based on patience. Three key players — quarterback Ikaika Woolsey, running back Steven Lakalaka and linebacker Tevita Lataimua — had medical issues.

Contemporary art examines the concept of binding in cultural customs

The theme of an art exhibit binds it together. So what happens when the theme of an exhibit, its binding principle so to speak, is the concept of binding? That's what you'll see at "Binding & Looping: Transfer of Presence in Contemporary Pacific Art."

Video: 20th anniversary of the Stan Sheriff Center
Flavor and variety are the operative words at the Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot that leaves everyone at the table feeling satisfied and soothed. • Also: Cajun King and Blue Tree Cafe   Story »

The photoMatsuo Kaminishi, left, Edwin Kokubun, Henry Yamane and Kunito Sadaoka were part of an honor guard of 442nd Regimental Combat Team soldiers in this famous image taken near Bruyeres, France, in November 1944.
 WWII nisei veterans sought for Rose Bowl parade honor
A Southern California Japanese-American veterans group is seeking nominations for World War II soldiers from the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team and Military Intelligence Service to ride on a Rose Bowl float on New Year's Day. Story »
 Basketball: UH's Fotu finds his groove after a slow start
Isaac Fotu could have blamed a few factors on a slow start. He preferred to just keep playing. The Hawaii star put in solid work during his first extended fullcourt action of the preseason — 40 minutes worth of officiated intrasquad scrimmages on Saturday. Story »
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Alert! A zombie apocalypse is coming to Chinatown. But instead of brains and blood, these undead creatures will be craving booze. The Hawaii Zombie Crawl IV is set for Saturday night. We've got a comprehensive list of spooky Halloween events around the isles to help you plan.   Story »

 Welcome to South Dakota
The 6-acre town of Swett, S.D., is for sale with its house, two trailers, workshop and operational tavern for $430,000. Not too pricey a deal except that as owner-mayor you'd be expected to live there. Story »

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