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High surf advisory in effect for most isles as hot, wet weather ushers in weekend

The week is shaping up to end on a hot, wet note as winds remain light and variable with increasing moisture dampening Kauai and Hawaii island. Meanwhile, a north, northwest swell is generating large surf on most islands. A high… Continue Reading →

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Hawaii lawmaker decries ‘aggressive’ police tactics as 26 wind-farm protesters arrested in Kalaeloa

A Hawaii lawmaker says at least three officers were aggressive against wind farm protesters in Kalaeloa overnight when 26 people were arrested for allegedly disobeying police orders. Honolulu Deputy Chief John McCarthy said there was no aggression by the police… Continue Reading →

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Prep football: Mules, Bears kick off state tourney

There is history and there is relationship. The four years of Baldwin vs. Leilehua — 2007-10 — were unusual, for sure. After beating the Bears in the semifinals at Aloha Stadium in 2007, Leilehua hit the airport the next three… Continue Reading →

Pilot program for homeless to expand to Hawaii island

[embedded content] Video courtesy HomeAid Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green hopes to launch a new, “Kauhale” permanent housing concept to house chronically homeless adults in five locations. On Thursday, West Hawaii launched Hawaii’s fourth Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion homeless program… Continue Reading →

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Janet Jackson celebrates rhythm of life with Hawaii show

Life looks different when you’re a responsible parent — even when you’re a superstar. Hawaii has been one of Janet Jackson’s favorite escape destinations for years — her father had relatives here, several members of her production team grew up… Continue Reading →

Effort to name Kilauea eruption spot fissure 8 nears completion

A Hawaiian volcano deity whose name means “forest eater” is among 17 public suggestions submitted to a state board to become the official name of the most prominent source of lava during last year’s eruption of Kilauea. Four designees of… Continue Reading →

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