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  • After a face-lift, Honolulu's Chinatown is Hawaii hip

  • The alien in the basement, and other buyer turnoffs

    The alien in the basement, and other buyer turnoffs
    Some houses are heart-stopping perfect. But John Boyd's ticker skipped a beat a few years ago for another reason when he was previewing a house on behalf of a client. It was a "pretty expensive house," said Boyd of Home Buyer's Agent in Ann Arbor, Mich....
  • Everyday Is Halloween for the Ghosts at Pike Place Market

    Everyday Is Halloween for the Ghosts at Pike Place Market
    Market Ghost Tours, which has been introducing visitors to Seattle's ghosts for years, has been named the #2 ghost tour in the U.S. The tour company offers walking tours of the market and the places early Seattle residents lived. Tour guides point out...
  • Ex Beauty Queen Accused of Identity Theft

    Ex Beauty Queen Accused of Identity Theft
    MANHATTAN BEACH -- A former Hawaiian beauty queen, with a husband and two young children in the islands, is accused of stealing the identities of more than 11 people and leading a double life in Southern Calfiornia. Susan Shaw, 35, was indicted by a...
  • Unruly Passengers Cause 2 Flights To Change Course

    Unruly Passengers Cause 2 Flights To Change Course
    DENVER -- Military jets scrambled to intercept a San Francisco-bound jetliner reporting a problem aboard - one of two commercial airplanes diverted because of disruptive passengers. In addition, police at London's Heathrow Airport arrested three...
  • Scientists Defend Hawaii Tsunami Warning, Tourists Hit The Beach

    Scientists Defend Hawaii Tsunami Warning, Tourists Hit The Beach
    The warning was ominous, its predictions dire: Oceanographers issued a bulletin telling Hawaii and other Pacific islands that a killer wave was heading their way with terrifying force and that "urgent action should be taken to protect lives and property."...
  • Honolulu Considers Banning Stinky Bus Passengers

    Honolulu Considers Banning Stinky Bus Passengers
    HONOLULU -- Stinky city bus riders soon could get soaked. The Honolulu City Council is considering a bill that would impose up to a $500 fine and/or up to six months in jail for public transit passengers convicted of being too smelly. The bill will be...
  • Some Airports Are Offering Flu Shots

    On the run? Get a flu shot on the fly. Nearly two dozen airports across the country have flu shot kiosks set up in their concourses (Sea-Tac Airport is not participating in the program). It's just one way health workers across the country are trying to...
  • Lara Yamada

    Lara joined Q13 FOX News in October of 2006. After 16 years in the business she's back in the Pacific Northwest where her career began. Lara started at KEZI in Eugene, Oregon while she was still working her way through journalism school at the...
  • Obama Plane To Land At Sac International Airport

    SACRAMENTO - Senator Barack Obama is headed for Sacramento this afternoon, but only to refuel his plane before heading for his final destination of Honolulu. FOX40 News has learned the Democratic Presidential hopeful will arrive at Sacramento...
  • Barack Obama to visit ill grandmother Madelyn Dunham

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Barack Obama will suspend his presidential campaign for part of two days this week to return to his native Hawaii to be at the side of his gravely ill grandmother, a campaign aide said Monday. Madelyn Dunham, 85, was released from...