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Volcano Update

2015-05-06 07:54

The summit lava lake on Wednesday remains close to the rim of the Overlook Crater, but has not spilled lava onto the floor of Halemaumau Crater during the past day, scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory report.

State & Regional

2015-05-06 13:36

HONOLULU (AP) — About a dozen women arrested over the weekend in a Honolulu prostitution sting at massage parlors won’t be charged with prostitution — instead they face the more severe charge of sex assault.

Arts & Entertainment

2015-05-01 02:05

After spending time with local artist Chris Barela, it’s difficult to determine what is more impressive, his former professional surfing career, or that he is arguably one of the best sculptors and patina artists in the world.

Local Sports

2015-05-06 00:05

Penn State eliminated Hawaii 25-22, 25-20, 17-25, 27-25 in the NCAA volleyball tournament play-in match Tuesday night at Stanford, Calif.


2015-05-06 00:05

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2015-05-06 06:35

The Mark Twain many Americans read about in textbooks is, more or less, a literary superman. He wears a white suit; he pals around with Ulysses S. Grant; he tosses off chestnuts profound (“Lincoln’s proclamation … not only set the black slaves free, but set the white man free also”) and ridiculous (“Always respect your superiors; if you have any”); he’s the man called America’s first modern celebrity. The creator of the now-controversial masterpiece “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” — love it or hate it — is cool, confident and collected.