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A Lei for Peace: State commemorates the sacrifice of Hawai‘i’s last queen

Hawai’i honored their Heroine of Forgiveness, Queen Lili’uokalani, on Hawai’i’s 11th annual International Forgiveness Day. On Sunday, August 4th, the Hawai’i Forgiveness Project commemorated the Queen at the State capitol in Honolulu.

Martin/Zimmerman Case: BYUH students respond to the acquittal of George Zimmerman

When turning on the news in the past few weeks, BYU-Hawaii students could not get past the highly publicized Trayvon Martin murder trial. The trial finished with the acquittal of George Zimmerman, the man who was charged with shooting of Trayvon Martin.

Chinese woman dies of electric shock caused by iPhone

A 23-year-old Chinese woman is believed to have died when answering her iPhone while the cellphone was still charging.

Hawaii freeway shooting: Jury to decide defendant’s conviction of life imprisonment without parole in August

A 30-year-old Wahiawa man was found guilty of the 17-minute shooting spree on June 3, 2011 along a Honolulu highway that killed one woman and injured two, reports the Associated Press. But whether he gets life in prison without parole won’t be determined until after his Aug.

Dolphin Baby: Couple comes to Hawaii for dolphin-assisted birth

Heather, 27, and Adam Barrington, 29, have traveled to Hawaii to have their baby among the dolphins at the Sirius Institute in Pohoa, Hawaii.

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