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Wednesday, October 01, 2014         
A Circuit Court judge Tuesday dismissed a legal challenge to state Rep. Calvin Say's residency, ruling that the state House has the exclusive power to determine the qualifications of its members.  Story »

State Public Safety Director Ted Sakai, named the nation's Outstanding Director of Corrections on Tuesday, said his department is unveiling a pilot program on wellness this month that aims to reduce prison guard sick calls, starting at Oahu Community Correctional Center.  Story »

Livingston "Jack" Wong has been named chief executive officer of the Kame­ha­meha Schools educational trust.  Story »

 
Hawaiian Electric Co. said it is in negotiations with three companies that will provide up to 200 megawatts of energy storage for Oahu.  Story »

 Isle teacher’s recipe a finalist in contest
If it's true that you can taste the love a cook invests in a dish, it's no wonder Randolf Florendo receives raves for his cooking. The Waianae special-education teacher has had a passion for cooking since he was a child, and he's known for his tasty local dishes -- "everyone loves my fried noodles," he said. Story »
By now, most people likely have heard about the "silver wave" that is due to wash over Hawaii. Alternately, they are at least aware that the aging of the large baby boom generation is going to leave a huge imprint on society, not the least of which concerns its care.  Story »

HPD case puts chief in hot seat at capitol

State lawmakers Tuesday grilled Hono­lulu's police chief and two of his deputies on policies regarding domestic violence investigations — seeking answers about how officers respond to calls and about what's being done in response to video showing an officer in an apparent assault on his girlfriend.

Scientists surface with tales of species unknown

A federal research ship returned to Hono­lulu from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands on Tuesday with evidence of aquatic species never seen before and having made discoveries of fishes never before recorded in those waters.

Duo bucks eviction from DHHL parcel hosting small farm

Over the past few years, it has been home to rabbits, donkeys, goats, geese, turkeys, sheep, pigs, cows and an odd assortment of other animals, many of them rescued or taken in because their owners were no longer willing or able to care for them.

'Solar garden' proposal opens access to savings

Lawmakers and Hawaiian Electric Co. want to give utility customers who don't own rooftop space the opportunity to take advantage of certain benefits of renewable energy.

Eat your Veggies: Fresh addition

You either love it or hate it -- cilantro is not everyone's cup of tea. The flavor of the lacy-leafed green is sometimes described as soapy; others might just call it distinctively pungent.

The Weekly Eater: Crazy Monkey, anyone?

We speak of a nation's cuisine as a single common entity, but traversing a country from north to south or east to west, you will find an amazing variation in food based on regional tastes, terroir and geography that allows particular ingredients to flourish.

Football: Woolsey to start, but must be better, Chow says

With endorsements from coaches and teammates, Hawaii quarterback Ikaika Woolsey is hopeful of fulfilling his football promise in Saturday's road game against Rice.

 Expect muggy weather to last all week
No, you're not trapped in the 1993 film "Groundhog Day," in which actor Bill Murray plays a TV weatherman stuck going through the same day repeatedly.  Story »
 Soccer: Wahine begin Big West play with clear aspirations
The Hawaii soccer team has plenty of goals but only one true objective. Make the Big West Conference tournament for the first time. UH, which tops the nine-team league in both goals scored (22) and allowed (29), opens conference play at home on Thursday against Cal State Fullerton. Story »
Kealani Browne, Tiyana Hallums and Kayla Afoa combined for 21 kills as No. 1 Kamehameha outlasted No. 4 'Iolani 25-21, 25-23 on Tuesday night at Kekuhaupio Gymnasium. Story »

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 Hawaii's Backyard: Oceanfront 'one-stop shop' for outdoor antics
Turtle Bay Resort is a "one-stop shop" for outdoor activities. The 840-acre oceanfront retreat is the centerpiece of a setting so spectacular it's been featured in more than 150 movies and TV shows. Story »
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