UA-131046696-1 [slim_seo_breadcrumbs]

Honolulu Star-Advertiser


Mauna Loa erupts:  No immediate threat to nearby communities.

Views expressed in this Hawaii Island News summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Accessed on 28 November 2022, 1437 UTC.

Content provided by email subscription to “Hawaii Tribune-Herald.”


Please click link or scroll down to read your selections.


Local news coverage, the nation and the world. Your daily source for top headlines and breaking news.

Select your preferred viewing style.


Honolulu Star-Advertiser logo

Unlimited access to premium stories for as low as $12.95 /mo.

Get It Now

                                This combination of photos provided by the Chesapeake, Va., Police Department shows top row from left, Randy Blevins, Fernando Chavez-Barron, Lorenzo Gamble, and bottom row from left, Tyneka Johnson, Brian Pendleton and Kellie Pyle, who Chesapeake police identified as six victims of a shooting that occurred Tuesday, Nov. 22, at a Walmart store in Chesapeake.
Walmart shooting claims teen, young woman, father, mother

Friends and family described some of the six people killed at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., when a manager opened fire with a handgun before an employee meeting Tuesday night. Read more

                                A man cleans debris of the destroyed house after recent Russian air strike in Chasiv Yar, Ukraine. Shelling by Russian forces struck several areas in eastern and southern Ukraine overnight as utility crews continued a scramble to restore power, water and heating following widespread strikes in recent weeks, officials said Sunday.
Pockets of shelling across Ukraine as wintry warfare looms

With persistent snowfall blanketing the capital, Kyiv, Sunday, analysts predicted that wintry weather — bringing with it frozen terrain and grueling fighting conditions — could have an increasing impact on the conflict that has raged since Russian forces invaded Ukraine more than nine months ago. Read more

                                An aerial view of damaged houses after heavy rainfall triggered landslides that collapsed buildings and left as many as 12 people missing, in Casamicciola, on the southern Italian island of Ischia. Authorities said that the landslide that early Saturday destroyed buildings and swept parked cars into the sea left one person dead and 12 missing.
Italian rescuers search for missing in island landslide

One body was recovered on Saturday and two families with children remained among the 11 missing in the port town of Casamicciola, feared buried under mud and debris that firefighters said was six meters (20 feet) deep in some places. Read more


%d bloggers like this: