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Hawaii Consumers Due Payment from Electronics Lawsuit

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If you put some money into electronics a few years ago, you'll want to listen to this. You could be eligible for some money. Ten major electronics firms are settling a $1.1 billion class action lawsuit. The companies include Epson, Samsung and Toshiba.

Whole Ox Deli Offers Butchery Class

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This weekend a local restaurant is opening up its kitchen to teach people the art of butchery.

First Trees Bring Mele Kalikimaka to Islands

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With the holiday season upon us, many families in Hawaii have already begun shopping for Christmas trees.  The first round of trees went on sale last weekend.  Richard Tajiri has been selling trees for 35 years and has set up shop in the Ala Moana Parking Lot.  He spends most of the year in Oregon, tagging the best trees to bring back to Hawaii...just in time for the holid

Windows 8 Supports Hawaiian Language

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The latest version of Windows comes with a little something that will have many Hawaiian speakers saying mahalo nui loa. Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 8, now supports the Hawaiian language.  It includes a Hawaiian keyboard layout, fonts with diacritical marks, and the ability to show days of the week and months in Hawaiian.

KEY Project Celebrates Thanksgiving Hawaii-Style

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As families begin preparations for Thanksgiving dinner, one Hawaiian tradition continues across the islands.  Tonight hundreds of turkeys will be placed in imus, where they will roast in the underground ovens overnight ... with delicious results!

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