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The Latest: Kilauea Eruption Update Video included

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Suspect charged in Wahiawa murder investigation Video included

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Honolulu Police confirms the body of a 19-year-old female was found near the Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation area Friday afternoon.  The victim was first reported as a missing person

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Volcano enters ocean, causes new health hazard of "laze" Video included

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Two lava flows enter the ocean on Sunday. This video - taken by a permitted tour operator Saturday night and shot by seelava.com - is off Highway 137 near MacKenzie State Park. Sulfur dioxide emissions tripled down wind of that Sunday, with elevated levels in Kamaili, Seaview, and Malama Ki. Access to the area is prohibited, except for permitted tour boats. One of those lava supplies went underground. A change to the surface flow and a big increase in sulphuric ...

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Free Airbnb stays for people impacted by volcano Video included

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As people displaced by the volcano face uncertainty about when they can return home some of their neighbors welcome them with open arms. Lorelle Carter is known as an Airbnb super host because of all her five star reviews. she is currently housing and feeding two groups of people in her Kona home for free. She says she's happy to provide some relief after all they've been through "The explosions over there are so loud that along with being in the imminent path of the lava the e...

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Kamehameha Hwy. closed in both directions due to auto accident

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Kamehameha highway is closed in both directions from Waikane Store to Waiahole Valley road due to accident.

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American Red Cross seeks volunteers on Big Island Video included

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The American Red Cross asks for volunteers from the Big Island to staff shelters for residents who have been displaced by the Kilauea lava threat. Training will be provided.  To sign up go to www.redcross.org and complete an online volunteer application. For questions, call (808) 739-8122.   Three American Red Cross shelters remain open for residents evacuated from their homes due to the Kilauea lava threat at the following locations: Pahoa Community C...

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Mayor Caldwell traveling to promote Honolulu Video included

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This weekend, Mayor Kirk Caldwell is in full swing of a work trip in Italy to see how Honolulu can become a more vibrant city. Then, he goes to China to woo foreign investors and tourists. The mayor says it's a unique trip compared to others he's taken.  While in Milan, Mayor Caldwell is part of the 2018 CityXChange Summit, an annual gathering sponsored by the 100 Resilient Cities network. During the summit city leaders will detail a series of challenges that they face... More>>

Power Outage in Pearl City area

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Hawaiian Electric Company reports that 1,600 customers have lost power.

The affected areas are Hoolaulea, Hoolipo, Hoolehua, and Komo Mai drive.

HECO workers and Honolulu police are at the scene.

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Lava Threat: flow crosses Highway 137, enters the ocean Video included

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Another road in danger, and residents on edge as the amount of lava erupting from the Big Island increases. Flows are now moving faster. Lava pouring out from four different fissures formed one larger stream, part of which threatens an important way out for lower Puna residents. Saturday night is expected to be another busy night, just like Friday night when there was an ash eruption and a sudden shift in lava. Lava pouring from fissures along the East Rift Zone ...

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Hawaii musicians recognized at 41st Na Hoku Hanohano Awards

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The 41st Annual Na Hoku Hanohano Awards honors Hawaii's most talented and gifted musicians, songwriters, and producers in 34 different categories, the event also features a lineup of 15 performances by icons of Hawaii's music scene, performing together with some of this year's nominees. The Awards is one of Mele Mei's 2018 signature events. Mele Mei, which translates to "May Hawaiian Music Month," features a number of musical performances throughout the Hawai... More>>

Honoring Hawaii’s Military Spouses During Military Appreciation Month

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For the more than 60,000 activity duty military personnel in Hawaii, their spouses are the unsung heroes who support them as they protect our country. During Military Appreciation Month, the Military Affairs Council (MAC) honors approximately 60 military spouses for their unwavering commitments to their spouse, family, community and country at a luncheon at Bishop Museum sponsored by MAC members Island Palm Communities and Hickam Communities.   With many of t... More>>

Mayor Caldwell pleased with Lime Bike for pulling scooters Video included

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An update to an ongoing fight between Lime and the city. While the electric scooter company LimeBike and the mayor seem to have started on the wrong foot, the two sides appear to have forged a new conciliatory relationship. This is about those bright green scooters around Oahu. Friday, Lime agreed to temporarily suspend service, respecting the city's request to cease and desist until there's better planning and permitting. LimeBike marketing and communications staffer... More>>

Mayor Caldwell vetos bulb-out ban bill Video included

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Bulb outs are a traffic calming device, but they're raising tempers at the city and in Chinatown. Mayor Kirk Caldwell on Friday vetoed a City Council bill that would have banned bulb-outs in five places in Chinatown: •    North Pauahi Street beginning at the intersection of North Pauahi Street/River Street and ending at the intersection of North Pauahi Street/Nuuanu Avenue; •    North Hotel Street beginning at the intersection of North Ho...

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Charity Walk raises record $2.5 million statewide Video included

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An estimated 7,000 walkers and volunteers participated on May 19 in the 40th annual Visitor Industry Charity Walk in Honolulu, sponsored by the Hawai‘i Lodging & Tourism Association. This Charity Walk was the final in a series that began May 5 on Lanai and Molokai.  Hawaii Island, Kauai, and Maui held walks on May 12. The combined events raised a record $2.5 million statewide that will stay in Hawaii to benefit local charities; that figure is expected to grow as donati...

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Big Island water supply customers warned of scams

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The Department of Water Supply (DWS) warns customers to be wary of potential scams involving fraudulent phone calls or visits from people claiming to represent the water agency. DWS says it received calls from customers approached with handbills directing them to contact a phone number linked to “Mr. Cooper Home Loans.” DWS says another individual was visited by a person posing as a representative of the water company and asking questions related to water quality and... More>>

Celebration of Life for late U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka

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A Celebration of Life for the late U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka will be held at Kawaiaha’o Church Saturday. The family will be present for visitation at Kawaiaha’o beginning at noon with the celebration of life services at 2 p.m.  to 3:30 p.m.  led by Kahu James "Kimo" Merseberg.  Harpist Ruth Freedman will play music during the visitation.  The eulogy will be delivered by former Gov. George Ariyoshi. Son Danny Akaka, Jr. will offer reflections... More>>

Coast Guard kicks off National Safe Boating Week 2018

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The annual National Safe Boating Week safety campaign kicks off nationwide, Saturday. The annual campaign highlights the importance of boating safety.  Coast Guard auxiliary flotillas will host events leading up to Memorial Day weekend. Saturday's event will focus on vessel safety checks. It starts this morning at 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the West Marine Store on Nimitz Highway.   More>>

Waikiki Beach Boys protest

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Supporters of the iconic Waikiki Beach Boys rallied in protest Saturday at the Beach in Waikiki.  They are protesting the new concession contract awarded by the City and County to Dive O'ahu.  Tune into Island News at 5, 6 and 10 for the latest on the Waikiki Beach controversy. More>>

Big Island residents warned of scams

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HAWAI?I ISLAND – The Department of Water Supply (DWS) warns customers to be wary of potential scams involving fraudulent phone calls or visits from people claiming to represent the water agency. DWS has received calls from customers approached with handbills directing them to contact a phone number linked to "Mr. Cooper Home Loans." Another individual was visited by a person posing as a representative of the water company and asking questions related to water quality ... More>>

Royal Wedding 2018: Meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Video included

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Crowds filled the streets around Windsor Castle on Friday one day before Meghan Markleand Prince Harry's wedding. Many wrapped themselves in flags while others accessorized with tiaras and Meghan and Harry masks. 

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Hundreds say aloha to former US Sen. Akaka Video included

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The state mourns as hundreds Friday say aloha to former US Senator Daniel Akaka, lying in state at the Capitol rotunda this'll weekend. The Democrat represented Hawaii for 36 years in Congress, and is remembered for championing Native Hawaiians, Asians and Asian-Americans. A solemn ceremony all day Friday, with mourners revealing a sense

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Beautiful Survivor: Rodd Yano Video included

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It's a win for any attorney when a ruling is in their favor. 

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Rumblings of problems for Big Island's businesses with Kilauea's eruption Video included

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The financial fallout from this disaster could impact the entire island.

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First round of lava spared a couple's home in Leilani Estates Video included

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A 22nd fissure opened Friday morning in the lava ravaged community. 

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PHOTOS: SO2 affecting vegetation inside Leilani Estates

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As Kilauea has been erupting for the last two weeks, officials have warned those nearby of toxic gases in the air, such as sulfur dioxide. 

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Geologists seek volcano explosion warning signs

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Dive O'ahu waiting to make the move to Kuhio Beach, receiving threatening calls

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A new Waikiki Beach stand company decides to delay moving in to Kuhio Beach.

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AirBnb helping displaced Big Island residents find free housing

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AirBnB is helping lower Puna residents and relief workers affected by volcanic activity find free housing. 

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Trending: Texas school shooter, local boy gone viral, brainstorm vs. green needle Video included

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Scary stuff Friday as we woke up to another school shooting, this time in Texas. 

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Sinking area between HWY 130 & Lanipuna gardens, up 100 yards wide Video included

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After two weeks, the activity has not stopped on Hawaii Island.  

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Schedule for US Sen. Akaka memorial weekend

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The late Senator Daniel Akaka's family releases this timeline of events for people wishing to pay respects: Friday, May 18 at 10 a.m. - Saturday, May 19 at 10 a.m. Lie in State at Hawaii State Capitol Senator Akaka will lie in state in the rotunda of the Hawaii State Capitol for 24 hours. Open to visitation from the public. A ceremony will be held when the casket arrives at 10 a.m. Friday, and a public program will take place at 6 p.m. Friday. A number of musicians who asked to...

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Family of late Sen. Akaka say mahalo to all paying tribute at memorial services Video included

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Memorial services began Friday morning for the late Hawaii U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka.

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22 fissures and 40 structures destroyed on the Big Island Video included

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A new fissure has opened today-fissure 22 at the east end of Leilani Estates, between fissures 19 and 20, right above Hinalo Street. 

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Three monk seals found dead on Oahu this week Video included

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Friday marks #EndangeredSpeciesDay with NOAA Fisheries reminding the public that they must report all seals in light of three monk seals found dead Tuesday. NOAA Fisheries' staff will be discussing the discovery of three dead monk seals on Oahu this week.  The first adult female seal, known as RK60, was found dead floating offshore Tuesday, May 15. This female was seen recently on May 2 and she was reported to be in good condition at that time. We had no health concerns about... More>>

Pahoa Post office back open for business

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Mail delivery has impacted many residents on the Big island due to the Kilauea Volcano eruption, especially in the Puna region. 

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Arthritis youth ambassador shares her story Video included

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15-year-old Shaye Story is living proof that arthritis isn't an old people ailment. She has lived majority of her life with rheumatoid arthritis. After falling off of her bike at age three, her finger remained swollen for weeks, that was when her parents figured something was wrong.    Her father Mike said, "we went to so many doctors and took so many test. No body could really figure out what it was until finally they could bring the diagnosis of arthritis…it wa... More>>

Waikiki beach boys packed up yesterday after nearly 46 years of business on Kuhio Beach Video included

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WAIKIKI - A decades old tradition, gone with one stroke of a pen. A circuit court judge rejecting a request by Waikiki's iconic beach Boys to block a new concession stand that would replace them on Kuhio Beach. Island News reporter Mika Miyashima got raw emotions by one of the Beach Boys. Waikiki beach boys packed up yesterday after nearly 46 years of business on Kuhio Beach. Rather than a job, many called it a lifestyle that's carried on for generations. As soon as the court order c... More>>

Older fissures reactivate after Thursday's explosion Video included

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HAWAII – The explosion of ash on Thursday was followed by the eruption of fissure number 21 in Leilani estates. Also a handful of older fissures reactivated. Island News Reporter has the latest updates from Hawaii island. There is still a lot of activity at the fissures. Fissure 17 continues to fountain and is the loudest with a flow. The latest fissure opened up between older fissures 7 and 3, with a flow that’s up-slope of the Puna geothermal venture. In the same area,...

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Morning Shakas: Year of the Hawaiian Video included

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WASHINGTON DC - Students from over 50 schools statewide celebrated the year of the Hawaiian this week, including Kamehameha schools. They get this morning's shakas. Kamehameha students performed at the 24th annual gala for the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies.  It recognizes individuals and organizations that empower the Asian American and Pacific-Islander community. The Year of the Hawaiian movement hopes to help people understand the value of native ... More>>

AP Source: Texas school shooting suspect IDed

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A law enforcement official has identified a person in custody in the Houston-area school shooting as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. 

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Hawaii volcano explosions could go for weeks, experts say

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Scientist predictions from eight days ago of powerful steam-driven explosions at Hawaii's Kilauea volcano have come true.  

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Royal wedding: Princes Harry and William greet fans on eve of ceremony Video included

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Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, pleased throngs of royal fans in Britain as the pair went on the traditional "walkabout" Friday evening, the eve of Harry's wedding to American Meghan Markle. 

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Take precaution when driving over metal plates on the H-1

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AIEA - On the H-1 Freeway in the second lane from the left, metal plates are raised where contractors were working overnight. Be alert and take precaution when driving after the Ka'ahumanu overpass in the eastbound direction. More>>

The Zipper lane and H-1 eastbound HOV lane are open to all

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PEARL CITY/ AIEA - According to the Hawaii Department of Transportation, the Zipper lane and H-1 eastbound high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane are open to all including single occupant vehicles today. Contractors will be reopening three lanes on the H-1 eastbound around Pearl City/Aiea late due to grading issues. Lanes are expected to open by 5:30AM, expect delays. More>>

East Oahu lawmakers put out urgent call for homeowners to report flood damage Video included

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For the state to receive millions of dollars in grants and loans, at least 173 home owners statewide need to request assistance. 

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Iconic Waikiki beach stand ordered to leave

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A Circuit Court judge ruled against keeping one of Waikiki's oldest beach stands open Thursday. 

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City cracks down on Lime scooters Video included

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The city Thursday says it considers Lime scooters as mopeds, thereby changing the way the scooters are operated and rented. 

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Incredible video of Kilauea eruption from Mauna Kea Video included

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Video taken from the Gemini Observatory on Mauna Kea shows the eruption from the Halema'uma'u Crater.

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Waialua High and Intermediate teacher arrested on suspicion of promoting harmful drug

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Honolulu police won't comment on the case as the investigation is still ongoing.

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Pahala residents on the Big Island are dealing with ash fallout Video included

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Area farmers are concerned how the ash will affect their crops.

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Kauai man arrested for allegedly killing his mother at Lihue First Hawaiian Bank

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Charlene was taken to Wilcox Hospital in critical condition, where she was later pronounced dead. 

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Soft lockdown at Kamehameha Schools lifted after search for auto theft suspect

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KS Kapalama is under a soft lockdown after a call came in at 5:18 a.m., Thursday. 

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PHOTOS: Kilauea Eruption

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The latest photos show the magnitude of Thursday morning's eruption at Kilauea Volcano. 

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Maui Police Department looking for suspect in Makawao assault

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The Maui Police Department is asking for any information about an assault that occurred on May 12, 2018. In the early morning hours of Saturday, May 12, 2018 a 40-year-old male was assaulted while fronting 1135 Makawao Avenue in Makawao, next door to the Stop Watch Bar. The victim suffered serious injuries. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at (808)242-6966 or Detective Clifton at (808)244-6433. Please refer to police report #18-020434.

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Maui police searching for suspect involved in a stolen credit card investigation

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The Maui Police Department is asking for help in identifying a male suspect involved in a car break-in and stolen credit card investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Katayama at (808)244-6422 or (808)244-6400. Please refer to police report #18-018292. More>>

Truck collision on Palani road causes traffic Video included

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A truck collided into the shoulder of Palani road causing traffic for miles in the Kona area. Officials are still investigating the cause of the crash but a relative of the driver says he suffered only minor injuries. 

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Thursday's explosion just the beginning of what's to come Video included

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Just after 4 a.m. Thursday morning, Halemaumau Crater erupted sending a massive plume of ash about 30,000 feet in the air. 

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Beware: Scammers calling Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric and Hawaii Electric Light customers

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Reported scammers are targeting customers of Hawaiian Electric, Maui Electric and Hawaii Electric Light by displaying the companies' caller IDs and using automated recordings similar to ones used by the utilities companies. 

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Iolani Palace announces Na Moolelo lecture series summer speakers and topics

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Iolani Palace continues its Na Moolelo Lecture Series through the summer.  The FREE lectures will feature presentations by Hawaiian cultural experts, historians, and museum professionals that will discuss Hawaii history and culture as well as museum practices.  The summer schedule for the Na Moolelo Lecture Series is as follows: Wednesday, May 23 Topic:  Poetics of a Land Beloved with speaker Dr. Jonathan Osorio, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Kamakakuokal... More>>

MAC to host military spouses at Bishop Museum

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The Military Affairs Council will be honoring military spouses on Saturday, May 19th at the Bishop Museum. For the more than 60,000 activity duty military personnel in Hawaii, their spouses are the “unsung heroes” who support them as they protect our country. During Military Appreciation Month, the Military Affairs Council (MAC) will be honoring approximately sixty military spouses for their unwavering commitments to their spouse, family, community and cou... More>>

Maintenance work closes Muliwai trail and Waimanu Valley campground

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The Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will be conducting maintenance work on Muliwai trail and Waimanu campground between May 20th and May 25th. The campground and trail will be closed during this period.  This is part of DOFAW’s routine maintenance of this trail and campground, including maintaining proper function of the Clivus composting toilets, litter pick up, remo... More>>

Families find fun at 'Kids to Parks Day' at Diamond Head Monument

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Kids of all ages are invited to find their own adventure at the iconic Diamond Head State Monument, on “Kids to Parks Day,”  Saturday May 19 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  The event is included free with regular park admission, and includes activities such as, scavenger hunts, hula hoop and jump rope contests, relay races, and guided nature tours, scheduled at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m., and a b... More>>

Shark sighting in Makaha

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The City and county of Honolulu report a shark sighting nearshore fronting the Hawaiian Princess Apartments.

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Coast Guard rescues two mariners at Molokini Crater, Maui

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The Coast Guard rescued two mariners near Molokini Crater Wednesday night and will supervise any attempted removal of their recreational sailing vessel.  “We’re working closely with our partner agencies to respond to this grounding in a sensitive area off Maui. There is a small amount of fuel aboard and no sheen has been seen. These mariners acted quickly to call for help and don life jackets when it was necessary to abandon ship. W... More>>

Fujimura named Honolulu Police Officer of the Year Video included

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An officer for ten years Fujimura's recognized for revising the department's policy on hazardous materials and weapons of mass destruction.

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Kaiser Permanente Donates $20,000 to Hawaii Island Recovery

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HAWAII ISLAND RECOVERY HONOLULU, Hawaii — May 17, 2018 — Kaiser Permanente Hawaii has donated $10,000 each to the Salvation Army Hawaii and Red Cross Hawaii to support local disaster relief services for Hawaii Island residents affected by the Kilauea volcanic eruption.

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Ash fall could cause flight delays and overall damage to planes

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The Federal Aviation Administration warns travelers of delays and dangers pertaining to ash fall.

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Red Cross to distribute masks on Hawaii Island

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3M Donated masks to be distributed from 4 sites on Hawaii Island Thursday

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An ashfall advisory is in effect following the Kilauea eruption

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HAWAII - An ashfall advisory is in effect until 6PM Thursday evening.  According to the National Weather Service an explosive eruption occurred at the summit of Kilauea Volcano (19.4N 155.3W) at approximately 4:15AM. Data from the Big Island radars showed the ash cloud reached to nearly 3000 feet shortly after the initial explosion.  The advisory may need to be extended if volcanic eruptions continue. Ash accumulation is possible over the advisory area at less than on... More>>

From Hawaii Island: Coverage after the eruption Video included

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An eruption around 4:17 a.m. Thursday morning at Kilauea Volcano sent ash 30,000 feet in the air. 

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Summit of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts, sending plume of ash and smoke 30,000 feet high Video included

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An eruption from the Kilauea volcano's summit shot ash and smoke into the air early Thursday on Hawaii's Big Island, and the resulting plume is expected to cover the surrounding area, according to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. 

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Experts remind public to limit exposure in areas with high levels of sulfur dioxide Video included

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Dangerous gases emitted from ongoing volcanic activity on the Big island continues to be a concern. 

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Meet Honolulu's police officer of the year Video included

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Kazunari Fujimura was a firefighter in Japan for 15 years with HAZMAT experience.

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Big Island lava threat has distant family members worried about Pele's next move Video included

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As the situation on Hawaii Island continues to make national headlines, it's "heartfelt" for transplants everywhere. 

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What are volcanic alert-levels?

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With a “WARNING” alert level and “RED” aviation color in place, both are the highest level in the alert system. 

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Brigadier General Kenneth Hara can command active military forces for Puna emergency Video included

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 The U.S. Secretary of Defense approved Governor David Ige's request Wednesday.

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32 year old indicted for allegedly using social media to solicit sex from minor Video included

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Dustin Trey Miyakawa allegedly used his Instagram account, Studio 2 Photography to entice a 15-year-old girl.

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New State Hospital building to be "nearly escape-proof" Video included

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The Department of Health shows off what the Hawaii State Hospital's new secure building will look like, and how it will keep patients from escaping.

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One Leilani resident almost didn't make it out Video included

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Leilani residents can go back into their subdivision but at their own risk. 

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Wellness Wednesday: Arthritis myths busted Video included

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This Wellness Wednesday we are bringing awareness to arthritis because we are coming down the home stretch preparing for this Sunday. 

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Earthquake causing damage at Volcanoes National Park

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The magnitude 3.5 earthquake beneath the summit of Kilauea around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday cause noticeable structural damage in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park buildings, and left cracks and uneven roads on Highway 11 and other park roads. 

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The Hawaii State Hospital to get a $140 million facelift

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The Department of Health unveils what the new secure building will look like at the Hawaii State Hospital. 

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Trends & Talkers: Golfers getting it while Halemaumau explodes Video included

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Social media was lighting up Wednesday when it came to lava coverage. 

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HFD helping out those on the Big Island with one key item Video included

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One of the biggest concerns on the Big Island are the toxic gases emitting from the vents. 

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Over 128 earthquakes reported on the Big Island in the last 24 hours Video included

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Over 128 earthquakes have been recorded on Hawaii Island Tuesday through Wednesday, including the big 4.2 magnitude quake that hit around 8:30 a.m. 

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VIDEO: New cracks found near Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Video included

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Autumn Rodrigues on the Big Island sent a video taken outside of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

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Lava spatter igniting questions about shelters and additional activity Video included

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Geologists say several fissures are now producing lava spatter. 

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4.2 earthquake at Kilauea summit, no tsunami threat Video included

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Just after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, a magnitude 4.2 earthquake shook the Kilauea summit.

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Ash fall preparedness is on the mind of this Volcano Village resident Video included

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An ominous sign of danger that could be looming. A grey plume rising above the clouds, sending ash downwind, drifting west into Ka'u and dusting communities miles away. 

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Plume of volcanic ash Video included

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A plume of ash from the Halema'uma'u crater seen as far as 60 miles away on the big island.

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USGS Geologist and Volcanologist explains threat level from Kilauea activity Video included

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Volcanologists? say activity at Halemaumau is just getting beginning they've been warning a series of explosions could be near and happen with little or no warning

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Netflix junkie? Here are the top streamed shows by state

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Are you a Netflix junkie?  

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'Dance' delivers a message to stay away from drugs and alcohol Video included

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During National Prevention Week some people dance. 

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Jack in the Box opening at Mililani Shopping Center will be largest one in the state

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Jack in the Box at Mililani Shopping Center is moving in October and will have a new home in Mililani Town Center. According to our partners at “Pacific Buisness News," it will be Jack's largest location in the state, nearly 4,000 square feet. More>>

Construction begins for Central Plaza in Ward Village

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Construction officially underway for Ward Village's Central Plaza. A blessing and groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday in Kakaako. It will be the epicenter of the master-planned community, where events will be held, a farmer's market, even an outdoor cinema series. The first phase is expected to open to the public in January. More>>

Honolulu ranks 46 on the list of fittest cities in America

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Honolulu ranks 46 on the list.

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Women who receive an HPV vaccine are less likely to be diagnosed with cervical cancer

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Women who received an HPV vaccine are less likely to be diagnosed with cervical cancer. That's according to a new report analyzing twenty-six studies of more than seventy thousand women. The human papillomavirus is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. The Centers for Disease Control says 79 million Americans are infected with HPV An HPV infection clears up naturally for most people. Many people don't even develop symptoms.  But some strains of... More>>

The Department of Health reports a Maui resident tested 'positive' for mumps

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The Department of Health reports that a Maui resident tested positive for mumps after traveling to Oahu. The last case was confirmed on November 9, 2017 and since the outbreak started in March of 2017, there have been 985 infections diagnosed.  "Mumps" is highly contagious, the best way to protected yourself is to get vaccinated.  More>>

The Board of Land and Natural Resources approves fines for illegal lava boat tours

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The Board of Land and Natural Resources approved more than 48,000 dollars in fines against Henry Pomroy, Bill Fufjimoto, and Hookupu Fishing Company for illegally operating lava boat tours on the Big Island last year. The state reports that Pomroy ignored warnings and continued to operate tours from the Pohoiki Boat Launching Ramp. Pomroy claimed fees customers paid went toward membership into Hookupu LLC. More>>

Big Island and Kauai tourism down following lava threat and flooding

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Tourism on the Big Island takes a big hit. "Garden Island News" reports cancellations may through July so far add up to about five million dollars. Also bookings for hotels and activities are down about 50 percent. And after last month's record rainfall, that same story reports tourism on Kauai is down between 10 and 15 percent.   More>>

Cajun Paradise Farms have returned home on the Big Island

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The folks at Cajun Paradise Farms in Pahoa have returned home for now. Island News brought their story to you Friday.  They had intended to stay but evacuated to Kona Friday night after the fumes got too much.  Since then, they have been watching the events closely and decided today to return home. "It's maybe a mile and a half away from us. It was heading directly towards us, but the lava seems to have gone a little further East and downslope towards the ocean sinc... More>>

The State and County pushing to get Highway 130 open as soon as possible Video included

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Hawaii County road crews driving over their latest work. Patches of steel plates cover cracks along Highway 130.   In some areas steam can be seen coming out of cracks on the sides of the road. Some of those cracks are reported to be up to two feet wide.   Both the State and county pushed to get Highway 130 open as soon as it could due to lava creeping closer to area's two alternate routes.   We were told Highway 130 appears to be stable and the State Departmen... More>>

This year firearm registrations were issued less than in 2016

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Compared to 2016, firearms registrations dropped 23-percent statewide last year. "State Department of the Attorney General" reports more than sixteen thousand permits were issued for more than forty-thousand firearms. Some of the reasons people were denied were mental health issues, criminal convictions, pending cases, and medical marijuana patients   Between 2000 and 2017, the state reports firearms registrations climbed nearly 200-percent. More>>

The City and County is trying to shut down a scooter-sharing program city officials say is illegal

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The City and County of Honolulu is trying to shut down a scooter-sharing program city officials say is illegal. 'Lime-S' started last week and according to our partners at Pacific Business News, the Honolulu Police Department has seized around eighty-one of the company's electric scooters. Users park the scooters on a street curb or near a bike rack when they are done. The city says they are not allowed to park on city property.  They told the company 'Lime-S'  to stop t... More>>

Hawaii Island police need help finding a missing woman

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Hawaii Island police are asking the public for help finding a missing woman. 67-year-old Deborah Wiley was last seen around 5 p.m. Monday afternoon on Hind Drive in Captain Cook. She has a medical condition and needs medication. She is described as 5-foot-3, 140 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a dark bluish colored long-sleeved shirt, blue colored jeans, and grayish-white tennis shoes. If you see her you are asked to call police at (808) 935-3311. More>>

BYU-Hawaii student says campus security failed to respond to violence on campus Video included

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Graduate student Ines Almeida thought she was helping protect a friend who had fallen victim to domestic violence.

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Isaiah McCoy asked a federal for a 'bench trial' instead of 'trial by jury'

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"Sex Trafficking" suspect Isaiah McCoy asked a federal judge for a "Bench Trial" instead of a "Trial by Jury" Tuesday. McCoy is representing himself, he also asked for his case to be dismissed today, but a judge denied that request. He is charged with seven counts of "Sex Trafficking," accused of forcing, threatening, and coercing young women into prostitution.  In Delaware, before moving to Hawaii, McCoy was on "Death Row" con... More>>

Honolulu police searching for two men accused of breaking into Up Roll Cafe

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Honolulu Police are searching for two alleged burglars. Two men are accused of breaking into Up Roll Cafe Honolulu on Halekauwila Street. It happened in the early morning on May 6th. One suspect entered through an open window and let the other suspect in through the front door. They were able to get away with cash. Citizens are asked to notify Honolulu police if they see these men. More>>

Highway 130 reopens from Malama street to Kamaili road

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The Hawaii Department of Transportation today reopened Highway 130  from Malama Street to Kamaili Road. That part of the highway near Leilani estates has been closed due to cracks found along the roadway.  The reopening was delayed for awhile today after new cracks were found Tuesday morning. Crews are covering them with metal plates, but say the road could be shutdown again if conditions become hazardous.

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County Civil Defense officials say exposure to the gas can cause choking and breathing problems

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Another fissure erupted inside "Lanipuna Gardens" Tuesday morning, making the total now twenty overall. A big concern is more toxic gas being emitted from the vents. In some areas the levels of sulfur dioxide are so high that it poses an immediate danger to anyone nearby. County Civil Defense officials say exposure to the gas can cause choking and breathing problems. The county says the warnings apply to an area near vents in the southeast section of the Lanipuna Gardens... More>>

Volcanic ash moves downwind towards Volcano Village residents Video included

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"Have you seen anything like this before? Never in my life," Volcano Village resident, Birgitta Frazier, said. An ominous sign of what could be looming danger: a grey plume rising above the clouds, sending ash downwind, drifting west into Kau and dusting communities miles away. "I had no idea that the ash was rising until a friend stopped by and said, 'Halemaumau exploded. Did you see it? What are you gonna do?'" Frazier said. Birgitta Frazier lives d... More>>

Jo Koy returning to Hawaii in November Video included

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Comedian Jo Koy will return to Hawaii for a performance at Blaisdell Arena on November 24, 2018. Pre-sale tickets for his show go on sale on May 16th and tickets will be open for purchase to the general public on May 18th. More>>

The Honolulu Fire Department responds to Makaha building fire

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 The Honolulu Fire Department responded to a building fire on Orange street at 1:44 p.m. on Tuesday.  The first HFD unit arrived at 1:50 p.m. to find a single story duplex with heavy smoke coming out of both units. Personnel established command, secured a water source and commenced with firefighting operations to prevent further fire spread and extinguish the fire.  The occupants of the duplex escaped without injuries and began to fight the fire with garden h...

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Old Waikiki Beach Boy stand owners refuse to leave Video included

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 A battle over the beach in Waikiki prevents the city's new concessionaire to set up shop, as old Beach Boy stands stay up.

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The Hawaii Tourism Authority says 'there is no reason for travelers to change their plans" on the Big Island

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The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)  issued an Island of Hawaii Volcano Update and map for May 15, 2018. In this update HTA emphasizes that there is no need for travelers to the Big Island to change or alter their plans.  They also specify the specific area that is being affected by lava in this passage: "None of the Hawaiian Islands are affected by Kilauea volcano except a remote area on the island of Hawaii's east side and the Kilauea Summit. Out of the is... More>>

The Red Cross is responding to a residential fire in Waianae

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Volunteers with the American Red Cross are responding to a residential fire reported in Waianae.  Red Cross disaster volunteers are heading to the scene to meet with affected residents and ensure their immediate emergency needs for food, shelter and clothing are met.  Caseworkers will continue to follow up with anyone affected in the coming weeks to provide referrals, guidance or additional assistance as needed to help with the recovery proces... More>>

The Howard Hughes Corporation breaks ground on Central Plaza in Ward Village

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The Howard Hughes Corporation broke ground Tuesday on Central Plaza, an outdoor community site, which marks a major milestone in the redevelopment of Ward Village. The initial phase of the plaza will open to the public in January 2019 via an expansive park setting featuring a lush lawn and native landscaping. Continuing the transformation of vision into reality at Ward Village, the Central Plaza will be the heart of community activity in the 60-acre master planned neighbor... More>>

Hawaiian Telcom is offering free local and long distance calling at the Pahoa Regional Community Center and Keaau Community Center

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Hawaiian Telcom is offering free local and long distance calling at the Pahoa Regional Community Center, 15-3022 Kauhale Street, and Keaau Community Center, 16-186 Pili Mua Street, to support East Hawaii residents who evacuated their homes due to the recent volcanic eruptions.

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570 customers without power in Aiea/Pearlridge area

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Power outage in Aiea/Pearlridge area.  

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Sen. Hirono pledging to assist small businesses affected by recent natural disasters

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Due to recent disasters, Senator Mazie Hirono pledged to assist affected Hawaii small business owners by working with the Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon.

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Power interruptions a possibility due to the amount of falling ash

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Hawaii Electric Light warns residents that falling ash on insulators and utility equipment may cause extended power interruptions due to Halemaumau. 

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Halemaumau Crater: The ash explosion seen from space Video included

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As yet another giant crack opens in the ground, 20 fissures have now erupted on the Big Island in the past week and a half. 

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Video shows huge plume coming from Halemaumau Crater Video included

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A woman captured video taken across the street from Volcano Transfer Station, showing a huge plume coming from Halemaumau Crater. 

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DOH continuing to warn of dangerous air quality near Lanipuna Gardens Video included

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The Department of Health says the air near Lanipuna Gardens poses an immediate danger to health.  

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The sweetest day: National Chocolate Chip Day! Video included

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Tuesday marks National Chocolate Chip Day! 

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Nation’s most restrictive abortion law is challenged in Iowa

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Abortion-rights groups said Tuesday that they had filed a lawsuit challenging the nation’s most restrictive abortion law, an Iowa provision that bans most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, around the sixth week of pregnancy.

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19th fissure sparks worry in regards to Puna Geothermal Plant Video included

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Big Island residents are concerned about the Puna Geothermal plant as lava continues to flow. Although the pentane gas was transferred to another site last week, ten wells are still on site. Experts were brought in to help secure the area and the plan is to start plugging those wells tomorrow after they are filled with cold water. "The danger is gone as long as we maintain the wells killed, however, there is also danger of lava flows going across the top of the ...

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Worried Hawaii homeowners ask: Am I covered for volcanos?

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The lava coming out of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano isn't the only worry for people who live on the fiery mountain. 

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Lava nearing Halekamahina Loop less than a mile away from Highway 137 Video included

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You can see the orange glow of the lava lighting up the night sky, this is coming from fissure 17 it erupted near Halekamahina Loop on Sunday, the County says it is now about a half mile away from highway 137. It is moving about a hundred yards per hour. The concern is if it will reach highway 137. Governor Ige and county officials are already preparing for that scenario and thinking of alternate routes just in case. "We do know that its important to maintain transportati... More>>

Big Island police bust a drug operation in Hawi

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Big Island Police busted a drug operation at a bamboo patch in Hawi over the weekend leading to the arrest Steven Dudley Vega. He was charged for promoting a dangerous and detrimental drug Monday. According to police, he and three others were squatting on private property. All were served with trespass notices and Vega's bail is set at 2,275 dollars. More>>

Highway 130 opens Tuesday for local traffic only

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The Department of Transportation is reopening Highway 130 tomorrow from Malama Street to Kamaili Road for local traffic only.  That part of the highway, close to Leilani Estates has been closed due to cracks found along the roadway. Metal plates will be placed over the cracks.  It will be open from 7a.m. to 6 p.m. Crews will remain on scene to monitor the road conditions, as well as the sulfur dioxide emitted  from the cracks. This is key since Highw... More>>

U.S. Supreme Court rules to legalize sports gambling

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that state governments should be allowed to legalize sports gambling. It reverses a 1992 ruling prohibiting most states from sponsoring betting related to sports.  Only Nevada, Montana, Delaware, and Oregon were exempt.  The Supreme Court today saying that act violated constitutional principles of states' rights. 

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Starting salary for college graduates in 2018

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According to a consulting firm, the collegiate class of 2018 can expect an average starting salary of just over fifty thousand dollars. That is about the same as last year. Despite this, it should be easier to find a job with the unemployment rate here in Hawaii at a record low, 2.1 percent. The firm analyzed starting salaries across 310 thousand entry-level positions from about a thousand organizations across the United States. More>>

Students earn college degrees before their high school graduation through Early College program

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A record number of Hawaii high school students are graduating from the University of Hawaii before they even finish high school.   Sixteen students across the state earned college degrees before their high school graduation through the Early College program.  The program lets high school students take college courses at their high school while earning credit for both schools.  One student graduated from Hawaii Community College.  And 13 students gradu... More>>

Department of Transportation renames gates and baggage claims at Daniel K. Inouye Airport

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Flying out of Honolulu this summer? Get ready for some changes at the airport. Effective June 1st , the Department of Transportation is renaming gates and baggage claims at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. The project is part of a three billion dollar modernization plan that includes electrical and structural upgrades.  Renaming gates and baggage claims will help accommodate future expansion and additional gates.   

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Maui County: the first in the state to clear its backlog of old rape kits to be tested

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Maui County is the first in the state to clear its backlog of old rape kits to be tested. The Maui News reports that it took about one year to test 105 kits from 1999 to 2016. First Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Robert Rivera tells the paper D.N.A. from 13 of the kits were matches to the FBI's Combined DNA Index System but the office was NOT able to prosecute any of those cases.  The National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative launched in 2016 after an i... More>>

Affected farmers can apply for emergency loans from the U.S. Agriculture Department's Farm Service Agency

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A federal "agricultural disaster" was declared for Kauai Monday. That means affected farmers can apply for emergency loans from the U.S. Agriculture Department's Farm Service Agency to cover production and physical losses. This is in addition to state emergency agricultural loan programs.  For more information, visit the "As Seen On" section of our website. More>>

One lane of Kuhio Highway between Waikoko and Wainiha is open to residents only.

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One lane of Kuhio Highway, between Waikoko and Wainiha, is open to residents only. The main roadway on the North Shore was blocked by several landslides. Wainiha and Haena residents can get county-issued placards or shuttle passes to be able to pass through the area.  Residents must bring their vehicle AND proof of residency

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One month after massive flooding on Kauai, residents are still cleaning up

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Today marks one month since record rains caused massive destruction on Kauai. Communities on the North Shore are still cleaning up. This week residents can attend a series of informational sessions regarding flood insurance. Tonight's meeting runs through 7 p.m. at the Koloa Neighborhood Center. For a full schedule visit the 'As Scene On' section of our website. More>>

Times Supermarket and Big Save team up to support Big Island relief efforts

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Times Supermarket and Big Save are extending their donation program for the Big Island. It was originally started for flood relief and scheduled to end last week, but organizers decided to continue the fundraiser after they raised more than forty thousand dollars. The program now benefits lava victims and is in partnership with the American Red Cross. You can donate at any Times or Big Save Supermarket store through May 20.    More>>

Norwegian Cruise Line will not make a stop on the Big Island due to lava threat

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A big blow to tourism comes Monday as the Norwegian Cruise Line announced its Pride of America ship will not make port calls on the Big Island this week due to the lava threat. Instead, the ship will spend the day at sea. It also will not dock in Kona on Wednesday, instead it will spend an extra day in Lahaina. The Hawaii Island Visitors Bureau reports that cruise ships make up about twenty-five percent of overall business to the island. 

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Evacuations and what Hawaii County Civil Defense says Video included

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The world watches as images of disaster come out of Hawaii Island. Many are hoping to dodge doomsday scenarios, while some prepare for them. State Senator and National Guardsman Kai Kahele explains five reasons why mass evacuations could become a reality. Kahele says the five reasons are: a blowout at the Puna Geothermal plant, no access to lower Puna, dangerous sulfur dioxide levels, and a major land movement which could potentially create a tsunami. "Unfortunately how ...

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Tiger Balm 18 reunites U.S. and Singapore Soldiers during combined training in Hawaii

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Soldiers from the United States and Singapore will combine capabilities and share best practices when they conduct combined training together during Tiger Balm 2018. The event takes place on Oahu starting on May 14 and will last through May 26. This is the 38th iteration of this annual U.S.-Singapore bilateral military exercise. As long-term partners in the region, Tiger Balm affords the U.S. Army and Singapore Army the opportunity to benefit and learn from each other through the e... More>>

Hawaiian Airlines responds to video of their employee mishandling baggage Video included

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A passenger recorded video of an employee unloading excess bags from a flight bound for Phoenix. The video shows bags being tossed onto an adjacent beltway. Hawaiian Airlines responded with this statement: "The way these bags were handled is not acceptable and it was very upsetting to learn this had occurred. We immediately counseled the employee, and contacted the passenger who took the video to apologize for our employee's actions." Hawaiian Airlines says it wil...

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43-year-old man attempts robbery at Kalihi bank

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A 43-year-old male demanded money at a Kalihi bank. The man fled the scene when the bank refused to give him money. The man was arrested at 3:15 p.m. Monday afternoon.

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25-year-old former Nanakuli woman murdered in North Dakota Video included

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A former Nanakuli resident was shot and killed in North Dakota Saturday. 25-year-old Nicole Gututala-Hoff was shot three times in her car and outside her apartment building. Her ex-husband, 27-year-old Kevin Hoff, is being held in custody Monday for her murder. 

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UPDATE: USS Arizona Memorial tours continue, visitors not allowed to disembark at the memorial Video included

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USS Arizona memorial is not re-opening as planned this week. 

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Swimming stopped in Ewa Beach lagoon Video included

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Swimming is no longer allowed in an Ewa Beach lagoon, but the developer said swimming was never allowed at Wai Kai lagoon.

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Aging Well: travel needs change as we age Video included

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Retirement is an ideal time to get out and see the world, visiting places you've always dreamed of seeing. 

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  • The Latest: Kilauea Eruption Update

    The Latest: Kilauea Eruption Update

    Monday, May 21 2018 2:47 AM EDT2018-05-21 06:47:19 GMT

    Up to the minute changes, video and live reports added here.

    Up to the minute changes, video and live reports added here.

  • Suspect charged in Wahiawa murder investigation

    Suspect charged in Wahiawa murder investigation

    Monday, May 21 2018 1:19 AM EDT2018-05-21 05:19:19 GMT
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    Honolulu Police confirms the body of a 19-year-old female was found near the Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation area Friday afternoon.  The victim was first reported as a missing person

    Honolulu Police confirms the body of a 19-year-old female was found near the Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation area Friday afternoon.  The victim was first reported as a missing person

  • Volcano enters ocean, causes new health hazard of "laze"

    Volcano enters ocean, causes new health hazard of "laze"

    Monday, May 21 2018 12:07 AM EDT2018-05-21 04:07:17 GMT

    Two lava flows enter the ocean on Sunday. This video - taken by a permitted tour operator Saturday night and shot by seelava.com - is off Highway 137 near MacKenzie State Park. Sulfur dioxide emissions tripled down wind of that Sunday, with elevated levels in Kamaili, Seaview, and Malama Ki. Access to the area is prohibited, except for permitted tour boats. One of those lava supplies went underground. A change to the surface flow and a big increase in sulphuric ...

    Two lava flows enter the ocean on Sunday. This video - taken by a permitted tour operator Saturday night and shot by seelava.com - is off Highway 137 near MacKenzie State Park. Sulfur dioxide emissions tripled down wind of that Sunday, with elevated levels in Kamaili, Seaview, and Malama Ki. Access to the area is prohibited, except for permitted tour boats. One of those lava supplies went underground. A change to the surface flow and a big increase in sulphuric ...

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  • Big Island residents warned of scams

    Big Island residents warned of scams

    Saturday, May 19 2018 4:00 PM EDT2018-05-19 20:00:34 GMT
    HAWAI?I ISLAND – The Department of Water Supply (DWS) warns customers to be wary of potential scams involving fraudulent phone calls or visits from people claiming to represent the water agency. DWS has received calls from customers approached with handbills directing them to contact a phone number linked to "Mr. Cooper Home Loans." Another individual was visited by a person posing as a representative of the water company and asking questions related to water quality ...
    HAWAI?I ISLAND – The Department of Water Supply (DWS) warns customers to be wary of potential scams involving fraudulent phone calls or visits from people claiming to represent the water agency. DWS has received calls from customers approached with handbills directing them to contact a phone number linked to "Mr. Cooper Home Loans." Another individual was visited by a person posing as a representative of the water company and asking questions related to water quality ...
  • Royal Wedding 2018: Meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

    Royal Wedding 2018: Meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

    Saturday, May 19 2018 3:16 PM EDT2018-05-19 19:16:45 GMT

    Crowds filled the streets around Windsor Castle on Friday one day before Meghan Markleand Prince Harry's wedding. Many wrapped themselves in flags while others accessorized with tiaras and Meghan and Harry masks. 

    Crowds filled the streets around Windsor Castle on Friday one day before Meghan Markleand Prince Harry's wedding. Many wrapped themselves in flags while others accessorized with tiaras and Meghan and Harry masks. 

  • AP Source: Texas school shooting suspect IDed

    AP Source: Texas school shooting suspect IDed

    Friday, May 18 2018 2:36 PM EDT2018-05-18 18:36:01 GMT

    A law enforcement official has identified a person in custody in the Houston-area school shooting as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. 

    A law enforcement official has identified a person in custody in the Houston-area school shooting as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. 


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