Monday, October 20, 2014         
The dangerous winds of Hurricane Ana missed Kauai and Oahu by just over 50 miles Sunday, but the outer edge of the storm soaked Oahu with more than 24 hours of continuous rain, caused a wastewater spill off Sand Island and left some streets underwater. Story »

Nanakuli residents will get a chance to air their concerns this week on a proposal to dispose of a large cache of fireworks — remnants of the fatal 2011 Wai­kele storage bunker explosion — by shooting them off at a property in their neighborhood.  Story »

After three years of preparation, the state Department of Education rolled out Common Core at public schools statewide last school year, a more rigorous set of standards in English language arts and math intended to better prepare students for college and the workforce.  Story »

Oahu residents may see lower prices from Hawaii Gas if the utility's request to bring in more liquefied natural gas is approved.  Story »

 5 Things We Love: Halloween
5 Things We Love is a shortlist of newly discovered stuff you have got to see, hear, wear, use or eat. What are you loving this week? Send a brief description of your latest favorite thing, where to find it and how much it costs, along with your name and contact info to features@staradvertiser.com. Story »
Eleven contested seats in the 25-member state Senate will be determined in the Nov. 4 general election, about half of those in Oahu districts that range from urban Kakaako-Waikiki, to rural enclaves such as Makaha and Heeia-Waialua.  Story »

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Preserving the aina

Working with his bare hands, acclaimed poet William S. Merwin took decades to turn 19 acres of once-barren East Maui pineapple land into one of the largest private collections of palm trees in the world.

Nonprofit hopes to build safe haven for teen girls

The signs can be ambiguous. A tattoo, or "brand," with a man's name or initials. Inappropriate clothing. Anxiety. Bruises or burn marks. A controlling "boyfriend" who won't leave her side even in the examining room.

Students witness release of rescued Kauai seabirds

Tracy Anderson carefully reaches into a box with small holes cut into the sides. Using a towel, she gently picks up an endangered fledgling Newell's shearwater and walks over to a group of students from Ele­ele Elementary School.

Hawaii Gas fuel shift could mean lower bills

Oahu residents may see lower prices from Hawaii Gas if the utility's request to bring in more liquefied natural gas is approved.

Garden Party: Aiea woman maximizes space with plants in teacups

Ruth Edgar's fascination withteapots began when she purchased a tea set for her daughter nearly two decades ago. "I've always loved teacups. They are one of the most beautiful things," she said.

Football: If needed, QB Reilly will play

Concerned about No. 1 quarterback Ikaika Woolsey's health, coach Norm Chow said he was prepared to start a once fourth-string quarterback against San Diego State this past Saturday.

Football: Five big plays from Hawaii’s 20-10 loss to San Diego State

WR Quinton Pedroza recovers a fumble by PR Billy Vaughn and Hawaii gets the ball at the San Diego State 28. It is the ninth time in his career that a punt by Scott Harding results in Hawaii retaining the ball.

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 »

 Helicopter investigation finds fuel system glitch
A National Transportation Safety Board investigation into the emergency landing of a helicopter on Fort Street last year has turned up evidence of incorrect installation of a spring in the fuel system, which may have contributed to a sudden loss of engine power.  Story »
 Ferd's Words: Injured Te’o would rather be hitting than sitting
Manti Te'o no longer walks with a protective boot on his right foot or with a limp, but the pain he feels is evident. For the third time in two NFL seasons a foot injury has forced him to vacate his inside linebacker spot with the San Diego Chargers for a place in rehab. Story »
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 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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