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Capitol Hill Feasts on Hawaiian Hospitality
"The party was such a big hit the cops were called because we had too many people," an aide to Sen. Mazie K. Hirono, D-Hawaii, told HOH about the overwhelming response to the Aloha State's July 23 taste-around.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Prison escapees find freedom short-lived
Prison escapes are on the upswing, but the escapees keep ending up back where they began behind bars.
Obama cuts ad for Neil Abercrombie
President Barack Obama is stepping up to help endangered Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie - a longtime family friend - fend off a difficult challenge in next month's Democratic primary.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
West Hawaii Today
Today in West Hawaii history | July 21
Editor's note: This list of notable headlines from West Hawaii Today throughout the years is compiled from West Hawaii Today archives.
How To Make A Poke Bowl Like A True Hawaiian
Behold: the poke bowl, in all its mysterious glory. It's a culinary conundrum that few on the continental U.S. can pronounce.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
South China Morning Post
Watch out for ripple effects of Scotland's independence vote
Richard Halloran says Scotland's coming independence vote is creating waves and is bound to stoke similar calls elsewhere, whatever the result In September, the voters of Scotland are slated to go to the polls to decide whether their nation will become independent or remain in the United Kingdom.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Homeless in Hawaii? Lawmaker Wants to Give You a Free Flight Home
A Hawaii state representative says it's time state taxpayers give the homeless a ticket home.
How Ethnicity Weighs on Hawaii's Democratic Primary
The first image many Hawaii voters saw from Brian Schatz this election year was of his Chinese father-in-law, sitting at the kitchen table, helping the senator's half-Chinese daughter make dumplings.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
New Native American Tribal Regulations Implicate Hawaiian Sovereignty
In two seemingly unconnected actions, the Interior Department in April and May of this year announced two regulatory initiatives with widespread impact on Native Hawaiians and Native Americans.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
The Jewish Journal
Time Square billboard generates support for murdered Israeli teens
A billboard in Times Square in memory of the three kidnapped and murdered Israeli teens has generated support for their families.
New Native Hawaiian online news source Akeakamai goes live
Local journalist Christine Hitt recently launched Akeakamai , a nonprofit website that features stories, video and photos for the Native Hawaiian audience.
Beyond President Obama: African Americans love Hawaii
African Americans are travelling in numbers that are without precedent. Until the mid-1960s, it was very difficult for African Americans to travel .
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Hawaii Campaign Watch: This week in election races
State Sen. David Ige showed a more aggressive side in a Democratic primary debate for governor, interrupting Gov. Neil Abercrombie as they argued about a failed proposal to enroll more children in preschool.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Traveling helps shape world view for kids
When I was 10 years old, my mother and I were inside of a hotel in Hawaii before we went on a cruise through the islands.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Meet the Republican Who Could Take Hawaii Away From Democrats
The Republican nominee for governor of Hawaii stepped to the podium at a fundraiser for the state GOP, greeted by cheers and a standing ovation.
PRLog US Entertainment
Five Star Publishing Announces the Release of The Splintered Paddle by Mark Troy
Jul. 9, 2014 - COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- WATERVILLE, Maine -- Five Star Publishing announces the release of The Splintered Paddle by Mark Troy.
An evolution of Hawaiian music
Marcia Timboy from the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives joins KITV this morning to talk about the Ke Ala O Ka Hua Mele Series starting this weekend.
What the Hawaii Senate race tells us about the Democratic Party
Incumbent Sen. Brian Schatz has faced a rigorous challenge from Rep. Colleen Hanabusa in the Democratic primary.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Beware of Obscurantism
That was what a pastor friend of mine heard from a neighbor to whom he was reaching out.