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Competition seeks young women filmmakers interesed in climate change, coastal resilience.

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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2022

ACTIVITIES

Competition Seeks Young Women Filmmakers Interested in Climate Change, Coastal Resilience

Young women filmmakers in Hawai‘i with an interest in climate change and coastal resilience are invited to submit short films as part of a statewide contest. 

   

FULL STORY 

BIG ISLAND NEWS

Pedestrian Involved in Hit-and-Run Dies; Investigation Changed to Negligent Homicide

A woman involved in a hit-and-run traffic collision on Wednesday, May 11, has died. 

   

FULL STORY 

BIG ISLAND NEWS

Firefighters Battle Multiple Brush Fires in Central Maui

Unconfirmed reports to Maui Now are saying fire crews are battling at least a half-dozen different brush fires of varying sizes in Central Maui. 

   

FULL STORY 

EAST HAWAII NEWS

Volcano Watch: Using Earthquakes to Look Under The Hood at Pāhala

Deep beneath Pāhala, a town located in the southern part of the Island of Hawaiʻi, is currently the most seismically active region of the Hawaiian Islands. 

   

FULL STORY 

ASTRONOMY

2 Maunakea Observatories Help Produce First Image of Black Hole at Center of The Milky Way By Nathan Christophel

The world now has an image of the giant occupying the darkness at the center of the Milky Way thanks to a collaborative effort among more than 300 researchers from 80 institutes from around the globe, including 11 observatories, two of which are on the Big Island. 

   

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BIG ISLAND NEWS

Hāmākua Couple Continues 2 Decades of Conservation Support

A Hāmākua couple with a legacy of conserving is continuing their quest to help the land. 

   

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BIG ISLAND WEATHER
MAUI

US, Hawaiʻi flags at half-staff to commemorate 1 million who died of COVID-19

The Hawai‘i state flag is being flown at half-staff as a mark of respect and remembrance of the 1 million Americans who have died of COVID-19. 

   

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PHOTO GALLERY: Multiple Central Maui Fires Under Investigation After Evacuations and Roadway Closures

Maui fire crews extinguished multiple brush fires in the Central Maui area on Thursday, May 12. The Maui Fire Department confirmed that seven fire calls within a 90-minute time span in Central Maui were suspicious in nature and under investigation. Full report here. 

   

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KAUAI

Competition Seeks Young Women Filmmakers Interested in Climate Change, Coastal Resilience

Young women filmmakers in Hawai‘i with an interest in climate change and coastal resilience are invited to submit short films as part of a statewide contest. 

   

FULL STORY 

Firefighters Battle Multiple Brush Fires in Central Maui

Unconfirmed reports to Maui Now are saying fire crews are battling at least a half-dozen different brush fires of varying sizes in Central Maui. 

   

FULL STORY 

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