Sunday, August 2, 2015         


Making right call for help

By Susan Essoyan
Honolulu Police Department psychologist Michael Christopher, his black motorcycle jacket slung on a chair, had just begun an interview in his office when his cellphone rang. "So, what's going on?" he quickly asked the caller.

Isle metals recycler sued by competitor

By Kevin Dayton
A Leeward metals recycling company is accused of allowing ash contaminants from the city's HPOWER plant to leach into a drainage ditch near Campbell Industrial Park, and soil testing in the drainage ditch shows high levels of lead, mercury and other metals, according to Circuit Court records.

‘Life-threatening’ high surf on way

By Marcel Honoré and Michael Tsai Posted 1:30 a.m. HST, Aug 2, 2015
Hurricane Guillermo is expected to weaken Sunday, but could approach Hawaii as a tropical storm later in the week. The storm entered the Central Pacific Saturday as a Category 2 storm, with winds of 105 mph.

She’s got it down to a science

By Nanea Kalani
One Saturday a month throughout the school year, hundreds of elementary school students dressed in white lab coats file into science laboratories at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and explore topics that range from DNA sequencing to forensic science.

Being mindful of what the average folks want

By Lee Cataluna
You're in motion from the moment the alarm bleats to the blessed hour when you finally tumble into a sweaty sleep, but it still feels like you don't get enough done to get ahead. The daily to-do list for an average working parent is probably something like:

Hokule‘a lands in Bali after an 11-day voyage

By Marcel Honoré
Hokule'a is making further distance from Hawaii in its unprecedented journey around the world, having landed last week in Bali.
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