Accessed on 05 May 2018, 1434 UTC, Post #16750.
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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
PAHOA — State and county officials told Puna residents during a community meeting Friday night to expect more seismic and volcanic activity to come.
Heather Fomenko’s escape from the volcanic eruption in Leilani Estates was strangely uneventful.
Brad Bennett, Hilo-Waiakea Complex Area superintendent, remains on paid leave for the rest of the school year while an ongoing investigation continues.
By Mammoth Lakes
— From waterfalls to wildflowers, a visit to Mammoth Lakes is a legendary summer adventure.
KAILUA-KONA — It appears not even Pele herself can put the brakes on Hawaii’s booming tourism industry.
Kilauea volcano erupted new fissures Friday inside Leilani Estates and produced the largest earthquake in Hawaii since 1975, causing residents across the island to take cover.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Former President Barack Obama waded into California’s Democratic primary for U.S. Senate on Friday, throwing his support to incumbent Dianne Feinstein.
A 6.9-magnitude earthquake shook Hawaii Island on Friday and caused power outages in Hilo and Puna.
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory says a fourth volcanic vent has opened in Leilani Estates.
Several bills that would have upgraded Hawaii County’s health infrastructure failed to pass the state Legislature.
Cash handling at the county Mass Transit Agency was so lax, the legislative auditor can’t tell if any money is missing, much less how much.