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Postal Service holding dedication ceremony for Byodo-In Temple stamp today

The U.S. Postal Service is commemorating its new Priority stamp depicting the iconic Byodo-In Temple in Kaneohe in a dedication ceremony open to the public this afternoon. The Byodo-In Temple Priority Mail stamp featuring the local landmark in Kaneohe.


Annual Point-in-Time survey of isle homeless begins

Social service workers, government workers and community volunteers fanned out across the islands Monday night for the first night of a census that will measure whether Hawaii is making progress in its efforts to reduce the country's highest per capita rate of homelessness. Samantha Leutu, Institute for Human Services outreach specialist, right, speaks with Diana to pass on information as she sits on a Kaneohe sidewalk during the first night of a weeklong Point in Time Count census of Oahu homeless.


Volunteers needed for Oahu's annual homeless count

Dozens, if not hundreds, of volunteers are still needed for next week's census of Oahu's homeless population - but the head of the annual Point in Time Count isn't concerned. Dozens, if not hundreds, of volunteers are still needed for next week's census of Oahu's homeless population - but the head of the annual Point in Time Count isn't concerned.


Girlfriend: False missile alarm set off man's huge heart attack

Rep. Colleen Hanabusa says that it was "really pandemonium," and wonders whether the state was prepared for a catastrophe of this magnitude. A 51-year-old Hawaiian man suffered a massive heart attack shortly after saying goodbye to his children over the phone during Saturday's bogus missile alert, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported.


Prostitution ring linked to Waikiki murder, police say

A federal judge denied bail this morning for former Delaware death row inmate Isaiah McCoy pending trial in March for sex trafficking. A federal judge denied bail this morning for former Delaware death row inmate Isaiah McCoy pending trial in March for sex trafficking.


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