Friday, September 19, 2014         


Our View
 Police should test body cameras
It's human nature: People generally behave better when they know someone is watching. That theory applies to police officers who are arresting people, and to the offenders who are being arrested -- even if the "someone" is a tiny audio and video recording device attached to an officer's collar or lapel.  Story »
Island Voices
Like most University of Hawaii sports fans, I was both happy and relieved when the Rainbow Warriors defeated the University of Northern Iowa Saturday night for its second win in the last 15 games.  Story »

We've all heard that Hawaiian Electric Co.'s energy plan will triple rooftop solar by 2030, lower our bills and exceed the state's goals to install renewable generation. Sounds great — but does HECO have a plan to see it through? 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 »

Jenai Wall is a leading Hawaii business executive who believes in supporting the communities that support her famiy's businesses. It's a tradition started by her father, Maurice "Sully" Sullivan, who started the Foodland supermarket chain in 1948, opening its first store at Market City in Kaimuki.

For Friday, September 19, 2014
HECO conquers by dividing us • Have Punahou host library • NIH funding helps Hawaii • Palama agency looking forward • HMSA payment rates too low


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For Friday, September 19, 2014
Chief should meet with lawmakers • UH faculty gives 2 thumbs down
2014 Endorsements
Sunday Comic
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The dilemma facing leaders in Washington is difficult enough to make observers wish for a return of the decade-old debate over WMDs, weapons of mass destruction.

With football players and police abusing women, this is a perfect time for the 20th Annual Men’s March Against Violence, on Oct. 23.

Some schools call it Early Prevention of School Failure; others call it Early Intervention for School Success. The names don’t matter since the goal is the same: to spot problems and correct them before they’ve had a chance to grow.

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RECIPE: Papalua's Fudge and Coconut Mele Mac Cake
Who doesn’t like cake? Who doesn’t like sweets? Try this recipe - Papalua's fudge and coconut mele mac cake with coconut swiss meringue buttercream. At the next party, let them eat cake Read More »
Times Shop And Score Kickoff
Community members gathered at Times Supermarket in Mililani Sept. 3 to kick off the 14th annual Times Shop and Score campaign. Read More »

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