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GREENVILLE, N.C. >> No. 10 UCF didn’t have its Heisman Trophy hopeful, so the Knights’ opportunistic defense kept taking the ball from East Carolina and giving it to their backup quarterback.

Kaiser Permanente teamed up with Kalaheo High School students and parents to beautify the Kailua campus.

It was early in last week’s University of Hawaii football game at Brigham Young and the NFL scouts, aligned in a long row, were just settling into their seats and getting reacquainted with one another.

If you have ever served or had a family member in the military, you understand that along with the commitment you and your family uphold and respect — there is always the knowledge that one day, death may come. It is the one thing the military does not downplay or sugarcoat. Every service member knows they may die doing their job, regardless of how much they love their country or family. Death is an equalizer. Like justice, it is blind — no one…

One old dental tip that may seem hard to believe is adding baking soda when brushing your teeth. Even a current search of the Internet will yield search results that say baking soda is too abrasive to use on teeth. This is completely wrong and is easy to prove.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. >> Alabama continued its season-long penchant for fast starts and quickly finished off Tennessee.

By slanting the Perfect Tee either forward or backward, you can get your preferred trajectory.

1) BYU def. Pepperdine 26-24, 25-13, 25-8
3) Minnesota def. 5) Nebraska 19-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-18
4) Penn State def. Rutgers 25-23, 25-14, 25-17
7) Illinois def. Michigan State 25-17, 25-21, 25-21
8) Texas def. Texas Tech 25-13, 25-18, 25-21
10) Creighton def. Butler 25-11, 25-15, 25-8
12) Cal Poly def. Long Beach State, 25-19, 20-25, 25-16, 25-16
13) Michigan def. Northwestern 25-17, 25-23, 25-14
22) Kansas lost to Iowa State 16-25, 23-25, 16-25
24) Baylor (RPI 24) lost to Kansas State (RPI…

A patient at Kaiser Permanente’s Moanalua Medical Center has tested positive for Legionella bacteria, the first reported case of the disease since an outbreak earlier in the year that left one person dead.

A 37-year-old woman with a severe infection was transported by air today from Hilo to Honolulu with the help of the Coast Guard and a group of medical volunteers.

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Super silly books for kids that will make you giggle, laugh and maybe snort! Everyone of these books has made countless kids laugh!

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tua Tagovailoa threw touchdown passes to four receivers and No. 1 Alabama started fast again in a 58-21 victory over Tennessee on Saturday. Alabama had touchdowns on its first four possessions while outscoring Tennessee 28-0 and outgaining the Volunteers 217-6 in the opening period. Alabama has outscored opponents 165-31, and Tennessee has been outscored 69-16 in...

Kahili Restaurant - Nov. 18
Feast before Thanksgiving with us at Kahili Restaurant’s Sunday brunch buffet on November 18 from 9 am to 1 pm. Ten percent of proceeds will support Hawaiʻi Nature Center's mission of connecting children and families to nature
Festivities include keiki games, crafts and fun. Buffet will feature made-to-order omelets, a carving station, salads, and dessert bar
$27.50 for adults and $13.75…

Context can be so important. Take a scene out of a movie, words out of a conversation or a still photograph of a facial expression and it can entirely lose its meaning without the things that came before and after.

The holidays are so stuffed full of events and activities that the Currents section will run separate craft fair and event guides to help readers make the most of the season. The Holiday Craft Fair Guide will be published Nov. 11, and a Holiday Happenings guide for Santa encounters, mall activities, music, stage productions, movie screenings, craft workshops, displays, food and nightlife festivities and other events will run Nov. 25.

An estimated 52 metric tons (115,000 pounds) of derelict fishing gear collects on the shallow coral reefs and shores of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands every year. Since 1996, our marine debris team has removed 848 metric tons (1.87 million pounds) of derelict fishing nets and debris from these remote islands and atolls protected by the Papahānaumokuāea Marine National Monument.