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Sunday, September 14, 2014         

Lava flow from Kilauea is moving northward toward the Wao Kele o Puna forest reserve and Kaohe Homestead but is traveling at a much slower rate, Hawaii Volcano Observatory said Sunday.  Story »


A high-surf advisory for the south-facing shores of all islands remains in effect until 6 a.m. Tuesday due to a long-period south swell. Story »


Hurricane Odile grew into a major storm Sunday and took aim at the resort area of Los Cabos, prompting Mexican authorities to evacuate vulnerable coastal areas and prepare shelters for up to 30,000 people. Story »

 
Many local physicians who went into the practice of medicine to take care of patients are feeling the burnout of essentially being forced to become "bookkeepers" just to get paid for their services and keep their practices afloat.  Story »

Get 'Lost' in our photo scavenger hunt celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ABC series that became an obsession for millions of fans around the globe. Use the clues we've provided to find eight 'Lost' locations on Oahu and take a selfie at each spot for a chance to win cash, movie tickets and more. More details / how to enter »
 Chinatown exhibit features Diamond Head by 29 local artists
"36 Views of Leahi (Diamond Head)" is on display until Sept. 27. The works of 29 artists show the iconic image in a variety of media, from painting, sculpture and fabric to engraving, photography and video.  Story »
The consensus of the five executives who met Wednesday with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser's editorial board: Hawaii's public schools have made remarkable progress overall, and individual schools are generally much better than they're given credit for. Story »

Police shootings prompt questions

A spate of police-involved shootings this summer — two of them fatal — has raised questions about procedures and training at the Honolulu Police Department. In back-to-back cases a week apart, drivers in their 50s were killed in close range by multiple shots from July 24 to Aug. 6.

Palama Settlement plans for redevelopment

Palama Settlement is looking into redeveloping its 6.2-acre campus that has long served the Kalihi-Palama community. Brian Takahashi of Architects Hawaii Ltd. said the organization has flexibility in terms of space on how it wants to renew its heavily used facilities.

5 educators compete to lead UH-Maui

Five candidates are being considered to replace longtime University of Hawaii-Maui College Chancellor Clyde Sakamoto, who is retiring at the end of October. Sakamoto has worked in the UH system for more than 40 years.

Tune in to the good, the bad and the iffy

Warning: Your television is about to be slammed with a mind-boggling array of new shows featuring everything from comic book titans and political power players to kooky sitcom families, to one really bad judge.

Show Biz: The Rock will add muscle to latest comic-turned-film

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is the latest actor entering the comic-character film derby. The Hawaii celeb will play the somewhat villainous Black Adam in "Shazam," the DC Entertainment property.

Football: Lakalaka steps up

With Hawaii leading by three points in the game's final minute, Steven Lakalaka's fumble almost gave the game away. To his relief, teammate Harold Moleni pounced on the ball.

Football: A win is a win

For the University of Hawaii football team, happiness was taking a knee -- in gratefulness and prayer -- as the Aloha Stadium clock ticked down to "0:00" in a 27-24 victory over Northern Iowa on Saturday night.

 Rivals differ on strategies for Native Hawaiians
Former congressman Charles Djou says he is the only candidate for Congress who would be able to change minds and persuade fellow Republicans on Capitol Hill to end a stalemate over federal recognition for Native Hawaiians. Story »
The voyaging canoes Hokule‘a and Hikianalia are on Swains Island this weekend after strong winds led navigators to detour from the original plan of journeying to Fakaofo, Tokelau. Under the guidance of master navigator Nainoa Thompson, apprentice navigators Jenna Ishii   Story »

 Football: Early TD gives UH something to Yap about
Sometimes players talk about the game slowing down in a key moment. Beau Yap's pivotal play on Saturday wasn't one of those times. "Honestly, it happened so fast I don't know what I did," Yap said.  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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Former KITV 4 anchor Mahealani Richardson showed off her healthy inventions for her son Skye Kanekoa. Read More »
 
Autumn Bon Dance, Food, Fun At WCC
Windward Community College hosts an Autumn Festival, bon dance included, from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Read More »
 

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