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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news from the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
Hawaii Electric Light Co. reports about 2,100 customers experienced a power interruption shortly after 5:30 p.m. Saturday after high winds apparently toppled a pine tree, which fell onto and broke lines near Kynnersley Road in North Kohala.
PAHOA — Ed Arends grabbed what he could in the night and fled his 5-acre property, lava oozing from a crack in his neighborhood on Hawaii’s Big Island.
PAHOA — 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.
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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.
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“Laze,” the noxious, potentially deadly gas caused by hot lava hitting the ocean, could have a potentially widespread effect in lower Puna, according to a Hawaiian Volcano Observatory official.
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.