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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
A fiery river of molten rock was on a collision course Saturday night with Highway 137 and the Pacific Ocean, prompting officials to warn about hazardous volcanic gas known as “laze” if lava meets the sea.
KAINALIU — Search officials, along with family and friends of Deborah “Debby” Wiley, are urging residents and property owners to assist in the effort to find the 67-year-old missing woman by regularly searching their property and keeping a lookout for her.
Kohala Councilman Tim Richards wants to zero out Mass Transit’s general fund budget, leaving county officials wondering how they will keep the buses running at all, much less on time.
Kohala Councilman Tim Richards is attempting something that rarely happens in Hawaii County government — he wants to lower taxes.
A man found off the Hamakua Coast Wednesday morning was identified as Hiroshi Hamasaki, a 49-year-old visitor from Osaka, Japan.
A brief look at news from throughout the state.
Video displays the power of Kilauea
An explosive eruption at Kilauea’s summit occurred shortly before midnight, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
KAILUA-KONA — Hawaii County officials have asked law enforcement to deal with a number of campers who have staked out at Spencer Beach Park.
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