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4 to 7 hurricanes predicted

By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald As El Nino conditions continue to develop in equatorial Pacific waters, Hawaii residents are advised to prepare for abusier hurricane season than in recent years, as well as the possibility of a prolonged drought. Those were the takeaways Thursday from a combination dry season/ tropical cyclone seasonbriefing conducted by the National Weather Service in Honolulu. The Central Pacific hurricane season begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30. The warmer Pacific…Read more

Remembering the fallen

By KELSEY WALLING Hawaii Tribune-Herald Flags waved in the wind and taps was played for about50 people in Hilo on Thursday as they honored 10 lives that were lost during the Vietnam War. The soldiers served in the Hawaii NationalGuard 29th Infantry Brigade and made the ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War in 1968 and 1969. Delbert Nishimotohelped plan and organize the first ceremony dedicated to the 10 men listed on the memorial at the Lt. Col. Henry S. Hara Complex Building in the Keaukaha…Read more

Expect big crowds for the summer travel season – and big prices, too

By DAVID KOENIG AP Airlines Writer The unofficial start of the summer travel season is here, with airlines hoping to avoid the chaos of last year and travelers scrounging for waysto save a few bucks on pricey airfares and hotel rooms. Some travelers say they will settle for fewer trips than they hoped to take, or they will drive instead of fly. Others are finding different money-saving sacrifices. Stephanie Hanrahan thought she’d save money by planning ahead for her daughter’s birthday…Read more

Expect big crowds for the summer travel season – and big prices, too

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