Volcano Watch: Lessons for the future from Mauna Loa’s 1916 eruption.
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The year 1916 not only marked the birth of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, but also is remembered for the eruption of the Honamalino flow from the Southwest Rift Zone (SWRZ) of Mauna Loa 106 years ago.
The Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation informs Hawaiʻi Island motorists of scheduled road closures on Hawaiʻi Belt Road/Bayfront Highway (Route 19) for the Waianuenue Intersection Improvements Project.
Nose For COVID: ‘Rock Star’ Detection Dog Working With Big Island Schools to Sniff Out Disease By Nathan Christophel
VOLCANO — The Volcano School of Arts and Sciences has a new part-time staff member who not only helps keep people safe from COVID, but also provides hands-on learning and a possible future career path for students and others.
The Hawai‘i Department of Health is adopting guidance from the CDC recommending boosters for children ages 5 through 11 and strengthening booster recommendations for others.
‘I Hope They Get What We’re Trying to do.’ More than 100 Walk Out of KHS to Protest Sexual Assault ‘Culture’ By Tom Hasslinger
More than 100 students at Kea‘au High School walked out of class Thursday afternoon before the end of the school day as a demonstration against sexual assault that they say is too prevalent on campus.
A Captain Cook man was found guilty as charged after leaving a 14-year-old child chained up on a lanai porch on and off between August 2020 and August 2021.
The Hawai‘i Department of Health is adopting guidance from the CDC recommending boosters for children ages 5 through 11 and strengthening booster
Longtime effort by local government to buy Wailuku Water Co.’s water delivery system seems to have dried up. For years, the possible acquisition signaled hope that a private, plantation-era system could be transformed into a public utility.
The Department of Water and Princeville Utilities Co. has lifted the water conservation in Kilauea.