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  • 'Cops' marks 800 episodes

    On Saturday, Sept. 11, Fox's venerable police documentary series "Cops" launches its 23rd season with its 800th episode. But there are still places where executive producer John Langley's camera crews are not welcome to shoot police activity. "Chicago,"...
  • Continental's JWA Hawaii service halted for now

    Starting Tuesday, Continental Airlines will put its service between John Wayne Airport and Hawaii on hold as the carrier adjusts its schedules to meet seasonal passenger demand, said Jenny Wedge, a spokeswoman for the airport. The airline, which began...
  • Book selection features love, joy, bitterness

    The La Cañada Flintridge One City One Book Committee is transporting readers to the Hawaiian Islands with this year's book selection, "Honolulu," the tale of a Korean mail-order bride who, after escaping a bitter marriage, learns to independently navigate...
  • 10 less obvious places to visit in Hawaii

    10 less obvious places to visit in Hawaii
    No visitor to Hawaii should miss the compelling Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Kauai's Waimea Canyon and the Big Island's Volcanoes National Park. But some of the best things to see and do are less well known. Here are 10 of my picks for underrated...
  • Catalina trips still on

    Catalina trips still on
    NEWPORT BEACH — Though confusion surfaced when Catalina Flyer took its main boat out of service for retrofitting, the company is using a backup catamaran to ferry offseason passengers between Newport Beach and Avalon. A tour boat built by Geo...
  • Sailors win pool at Ann Kang tourney

    The Newport Harbor High girls' volleyball team won its pool with three wins in the Ann Kang Tournament at 'Iolani High on Honolulu, Hawaii Thursday. Newport Harbor is placed in a new pool as the 24-team tournament continues Friday. The Sailors scored...
  • Hawaii kind to Sailors

    The Newport Harbor High girls' volleyball team has reeled off five straight wins in the Ann Kang Tournament on Honolulu, Hawaii. The Sailors, who won their pool with three wins Thursday, earned two straight victories Friday to advance to Saturday's...
  • Travel Group Ranks Chapel Hill as Top Spot for BBQ

    Picking top barbecue spots is a tad dangerous. The emotions connected to hometown recipes run as deeply as their flavors. Nevertheless online travel adviser Cheapflights couldn't resist taking a stab at where to find finger-licking good beef and pork...
  • Sacramento Ranks #6 in Affordable & Fun Cities

    Sacramento Ranks #6 in Affordable & Fun Cities
    Sacramento ranks high in the nation for unemployment, and was hit hard by the housing collapse a few years ago, but apparently according to a business magazine, California’s capital city offers good times at low prices. Business Week took...
  • Ruth Lepisto Frazer

    Ruth Lepisto Frazer  Ruth Lepisto Frazer was  born  June 4, 1917, Wakefield, Michigan,  and died  February 28, 2011, Honolulu, HI.   Ruth met her husband Bob in Ann Arbor Michigan at a dance, where she was introduced to him by her elder sister...
  • Creepy-crawlies may help heal diabetes wounds

    Creepy-crawlies may help heal diabetes wounds
    (Reuters Health) - Researchers from Hawaii have a suggestion for how to jump-start the healing of difficult diabetic wounds: let maggots do the work. To allow such wounds to heal, doctors remove infected or dead tissue with scalpels or enzymes, a process...