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Here are today’s top Hawaii Island new stories compiled by the “Hawaii Tribune-Herald”, published in Hilo, Hawaii. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
As Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues into its fourth consecutive week of closure, the hospitality industry in the hamlet of Volcano faces unprecedented lean times.
Gilbert Aguinaldo hadn’t seen anything happen like this before, at least not so rapidly. What started as an idea two or three weeks ago to build micro-units for those displaced by the Kilauea eruptionbecame reality Saturday as 150 to 180 volunteers constructed a village of small shelters at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Pahoa.
Sitting on the steps to Gertrude’s Jazz Bar, Patrick Kono shared a shave ice with his son as theyawaited the start of the annual King Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade.
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The safety and integrity of collected police evidence has been called into question as reportsof lost and stolen evidence from storage lockers have come to light.
The Kilauea eruption in Puna continues to reshape the coastline after devouring Kapoho Bay and most of its neighboring homes.
The National Park Service is working as fast as possible to reopen access to the USS Arizona Memorial after cracks were discovered last month on the floating concrete pier near the metal access ramp, officials said.
Although miles away from the volcanic volatility, the University of Hawaii at Hilo is playing a supporting role in the response to the eruption in Puna.
Little about the volcanic eruption changed Friday as the county shifts its focus to rebuilding.
Two words are giving some Puna residents who lost their homes to the ongoing Kilauea eruption more anxiety as they try to rebuild their lives — “lava exclusion.”
WAIKOLOA — After spending nearly 39 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Craig Richard Coley celebrated his first birthday this week at the age of 71 as a free man in Hawaii.