Park rangers have cited dozens of visitors who have violated safety precautions at the Kilauea Volcano eruption site.
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HONOLULU — Park rangers have cited dozens of people who have gathered at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to witness an ongoing eruption of the Kilauea volcano.
Hawaii Island residents are ready to bid adieu to 2020 and welcome the new year with a bang, and firework vendors are prepared to meet their needs.
A state representative and two political newcomers made the cut Wednesday night from a list of seven Democrats vying for Gov. David Ige’s nomination to fill the remaining two years of the state Senate seat vacated by Congressman-elect Kai Kahele.
HONOLULU — A new draft environmental impact statement has been released for a potential new Aloha Stadium after current venue officials halted the scheduling of new events.
An international team of astronomers using W. M. Keck Observatory have spectroscopic confirmation of the most distant astrophysical object known to date.
Global warming will intensify landfalling tropical cyclones of a category three or higher in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, while suppressing the formation of weaker events. In Hawaii, model simulations show a doubling of the risk of landfalling tropical cyclones, if CO2 concentrations double.
HONOLULU — COVID-19 deaths and cases in Hawaii nursing homes has fallen below the national average, according to the latest update of the, but they continue to suffer from personal protective equipment and staff shortages.
To help make the holidays greener, Hawaii County will again offer free tree-cycling.
Two vents continued to feed lava into a rapidly enlarging lava lake filling Halema‘uma‘u crater, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said.
HONOLULU — Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced a city contract to build a facility to treat and recycle ash in order to prevent it from ending up in Oahu’s landfill.
Now under new ownership, Fujihara Store continues to give back. For 105 years, the store with the unmistakable yellow exterior has been a staple of the South Kona community; when Celeste Hua and Henry Cho bought the spot from Dusty Boyd early in May, they made sure to continue that tradition of giving back.
The winners of the Kailua-Kona Community Parade Association’s inaugural Kalakoa coloring and drawing contest were announced on Saturday.
Dozens and dozens of cars lined up at the surviving small business of Waimea Coffee Company to receive free meals and a whole lot of cheer ahead of Christmas. Organizers Victoria Scott and Tenny Lindsey-Velez of Waimea built this event off a random conversation that ended up with both saying, “I’m in! I’m in!”
It’s back to the drawing board for a bill prohibiting pedestrian access to Waipio Valley, after County Council members Wednesday raised constitutionality issues and the effect closing hiking there would have on other valleys, such as Pololu Valley in North Kohala.
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported reported “no signifant change” to the ongoing eruption within Kilauea’s Halemaʻumaʻu crater.