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Ige proposes preschool for all

Ige proposes preschool for all


Hawaii Foodbank teams with Hawaii AFL-CIO to distribute food to Kauai federal workers

The Hawaii Foodbank announced today that its Kauai branch and Hawaii State AFL-CIO will distribute food to federal workers affected by the partial government shutdown every Thursday from Jan. 24 through Feb. 21. Read More

911 Report

Man allegedly drives vehicle into victim following argument in Salt Lake

A 31-year-old man was arrested on a second-degree attempted murder charge this morning after an argument in Salt Lake escalated and he used his car to strike a 29-year-old man, causing substantial injury. Read More

Vital Statistics

Vital statistics

Each week, the Honolulu Star- Advertiser publishes Oahu statistics for marriage licenses and birth certificates filed with the state Department of Health’s Vital Statistics System. The dates indicate when the information was filed. Read More

Kokua Line

Kokua Line: Free tax prep for seniors at 17 Oahu sites starting in February

Question: Regarding the AARP Tax-Aide program, could you please print the locations? I can’t use the online tool, and the Aina Haina library (usual place) is closed. Read More

Lee Cataluna

Lee Cataluna: Political winds of change are felt

The winds were just about perfect. As state Sen. Kai Kahele stood at the podium at Hilo’s historic Mooheau Bandstand to announce his campaign for the 2nd Congressional District, the American and Hawaii state flags behind him swelled and waved in the breeze as if in a slow-mo scene from a blockbuster movie. Read More

Incidental Lives

Column: Transplant survivor breathes easy thanks to friends and family

Admittedly, Sean Keoni Craig was not a well man when he and a group of friends set out for Los Angeles in September to celebrate his 52nd birthday at the happiest place on Earth. Read More


fl(ASH)back: Going from the ridiculous to the profane

It’s the last Sunday in November and time to “flASHback” on the month’s news that amused and confused. Read More

Facts of the Matter

Column: Science of color and light lies in what we cannot see

All paint inside a can is black until the can is opened. Strange as it might seem, it is true. What we see as color is a matter of perception, intrinsic properties of an object and the light that illuminates it. Read More

Volcanic Ash

Volcanic Ash: Legislature puts new focus on changing state elections

If top state legislators are good to their word, 2019 could be a year of badly needed election reform in Hawaii. Read More


Skywatch: Earth will be at closest point to sun in January

Once again we return to the first of our four star families, Kekaomakali‘i, the Bailer of Makali‘i, as it makes its nightly east-to-west progression across the horizon. Read More

Ocean Watch

Ocean Watch: Upset about pollution? Stop buying bottled water

Like most people, I’m frustrated over the plastic pollution problem and wonder if anything I do will make a difference. Read More

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