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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 Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.
When the vog gets heavy, the headaches and irritation can make going outside nearly unbearable, leading some toreach for something — anything — that can help ease their symptoms.
A 37-year-old Mountain View man is in police custody on suspicion of arson after a two-story wooden structurewas destroyed by fire Saturday night in Livingston subdivision in Mountain View.
Wednesday is July 4, Independence Day, the most iconic American holiday and one of the deadliest of the year onthe nation’s highways.
Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported Sunday that fissure No. 8 in Kilauea volcano’s lower East Rift Zone continues to be active and feeding a lava channel to the ocean at Kapoho, producing a broad ocean entry at Kapoho Beach Lots.
Hawaii Fire Department personnel rescued a kayaker Sunday morning off the North Kohala coast.
Nearly 2.3 million gallons of rain and wastewater were discharged from Big Island Dairy in Ookala over three days in May, before heading into nearby gulches.
During a blessing of 20 small shelters for those displaced by the Kilauea eruption, Hope Services CEO Brandee Menino said it’s hard to put a price tag on the value of all the donated supplies and labor for the first transitional village.
Known by many as “the hub,” a grassroots supply distribution center started by Pu‘uhonua o Puna has become a lifeline for many affected by the Kilauea eruption in lower Puna.
If the lights by the window shake, it’s a magnitude 3. If the water sloshes out of the catchment tank, it’s a magnitude 5.
A project that will increase teaching space at Kealakehe Elementary School is moving closer to fruition. However, the $12 million needed to start work on the new classroom building as projected in December 2020 has yet to be appropriated, said Sherie Char, a communications specialist with the state Department of Education.