Hawaii has about four times as many vacation rentals for travelers than the state's tourism agency previously believed. A new study indicates there are about 26,500 houses and condominiums being rented on a short-term basis around the state, Hawaii Tourism Authority Vice President David Uchiyama said.
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Walk through the tailgate area at a college football stadium, and beer drinking is as common a sight as fans adorned in jerseys of their favorite players. More schools are bringing the party inside, opening taps in concourses that traditionally have been alcohol-free zones.
More than 70 percent of apartment renters reported owning pets, with cats and dogs as the most popular types, according to a recent survey. Despite these high numbers, the survey by Apartments.com found that it may still be hard for renters to find a pet-friendly unit.
Hawaii's largest health insurer is pulling out of the small-business side of the state's troubled health exchange, leaving the Hawaii Health Connector with only one insurance company for employers to select.
Manjula Stokes has twice sworn off television, once throwing a set off her deck in a fit over an ex-husband's sports obsession. Now she's a devotee of programs like "Downton Abbey," ‘'Mad Men," ‘'Survivor" and "Masters of Sex."
Operations at airlines serving Hawaii will return to normal Saturday after nearly 300 flight cancellations the past two days, countless delays and thousands of passengers being displaced because of Hurricane Iselle.
Airlines canceled more than 140 flights in and out of Hawaii and between islands, and thousands of passengers scrambled to make alternative travel plans as back-to-back hurricanes moved in on the state Thursday.
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