Hawaii official pledge to strengthen oversight over beach erosion.
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HONOLULU — Hawaii officials have pledged to help strengthen oversight over seawalls and other barriers that are accelerating beach erosion in the state.
It has been an exciting week at Kilauea Volcano as the summit eruption that began on the evening of December 20th continues. The eruption remains confined within Halema‘uma‘u crater. Monitoring data show no signs of activity migrating from the summit into the rift zones, nor indications of summit collapse like those in 2018.
The state of tourism’s return to the Aloha State and Hawaii Island is becoming clearer.
West Hawaii’s hospitals have vaccinated more than 500 people since Dec. 23.
LIHUE — A law prohibiting public funds from being used to buy single-use plastics will take effect Friday on Kauai.
“Unexpected equipment malfunctions” has prompted a water conservation notice for South Kohala Department of Water Supply customers.
HONOLULU — While classes will be largely online because of the coronavirus pandemic, Brigham Young University-Hawaii said it will test all staff and students who are on campus every week when the semester starts Jan. 6.