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Hawaiian Volcano Observatory continues to monitor highly active vents and lava flows. Fissure 20 is feeding one flow entering the ocean, while other fissures are supplying additional flows. Sulfur dioxide emissions remain high, causing elevated levels in areas downwind of the vents. [Read More]
Mayor Harry Kim has been diagnosed with walking pneumonia but is continuing his work, Managing Director Wil Okabe said Tuesday. [Read More]
To protect yourself from breathing volcanic ash, free N95 masks will be distributed as follows:... [Read More]
A state Highways Division worker was injured Monday after being struck by a tractor excavator while working on Highway 130 in Puna. [Read More]
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A small lava flow from fissure No. 22 has entered the Puna Geothermal Venture property in Puna. [Read More]
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Ouli Park's entrance isn't always easy to spot while driving up Kawaihae Road, as native plants often camouflage the sign. [Read More]
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It was a welcoming community that enticed the owners of Mary Jane's store at the Kings' Shops to open a second store in Waimea. [Read More]
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Alex Akau remembers when his family first moved into Waimea Home Lands. [Read More]
Zhanelyn Cacho, Roland Afaga and Rod Neil Burbano are outstanding students, each with their own unique aspirations. One wants to become a lawyer, another a computer engineer and the third a doctor. [Read More]
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With just a week or two left in the 2017-2018 school year, multiple schools and nonprofits have announced summer programs throughout the region where children can explore their creative talents. [Read More]
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A yellow tang swims with an albino yellow tang in early May. (Linnea Andersen/community contributor) [Read More]
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The old saying "work hard, play hard" can be applied to anyone, especially kids. [Read More]
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Gov. David Ige returned to the Big Island on Sunday for an update about the emergency situation in lower Puna after lava from Kilauea volcano crossed Highway 137 and entered the ocean Saturday night. [Read More]
Hawaii lives and breathes through its airports and the airlines that service them. We are the only state where air travel is the only practical way to get residents from one point in the state to another and the only state that cannot be reached by land. Our airports are the first and last impressions millions of visitors get of our state. These are same visitors who support our largest industry, tourism, the economic driver for the state. And their numbers are growing (or at least they were until the latest eruption overreaction in the national press). Here in... [Read More]
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Driving into Pahoa Saturday afternoon, it seemed everything was business as usual. People were strolling down the street, a man was hanging a campaign sign, and others were sitting on the sidewalk, casually smoking a cigarette. [Read More]
Greenwell Farms praised in global tour book... [Read More]
Two lava flows have entered the ocean off Highway 137 near MacKenzie State Park. Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported that sulfur dioxide emission rates tripled downwind of the rift today. Areas of Kamaili, Seaview, and Malama Ki have elevated levels. Take action necessary to limit further exposure. [Read More]
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The current volcanic activity in lower Puna and at the summit of Kilauea volcano can take a mental toll on those who are impacted, including children. [Read More]
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36th annual papa kimitete regatta... [Read More]
Elaine Hiraishi... [Read More]
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