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The Latest: Kilauea Eruption Update Video included

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

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Morning Shakas: Help 4 Hawaii

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Our Help 4 Hawaii telethon was a huge success thanks to viewers like you, earning Saturday's "Morning Shakas". Island news and and our radio partner "93.1 Da Paina, raised $34,528 for disaster victims Friday.   

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Weekend Events May 25-27

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Here's a list of events happening across the island this weekend.  

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Geologist weighs in on the future of lower Puna Video included

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Inside Leilani Estates, fissures continue to fountain feed a field of lava.

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Dive Oahu started moving into Kuhio Beach Video included

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Dive Oahu will officially be open for business on Tuesday morning.

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Body of Maui shooting victim found days after suspected gunman arrested Video included

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Maui police found the body of a shooting victim just days after arresting a suspected gunman. Police arrested 42-year-old Justin Namau'u on Wednesday, after hearing reports of an alleged shooting the day before.   

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2018 West Oahu Pet Walk Video included

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Poi Dogs & Popoki, Oahu’s nonprofit committed to helping end pet overpopulation and reduce euthanasia of animals by providing affordable spay and neuter options, is gearing up for its fifth annual West Oahu Pet Walk, which will be held Saturday, June 2, at Ewa Puuloa District Park.  

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Mixed results from Kakaako homeless sweep Video included

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It's a tale of two parks in Kakaako. Kakaako Gateway park just  had a big homeless sweep.  "Its so much cleaner," said Jordyn Montalbo who works in Kakaako. "I notice a lot of kids coming around a lot of parents bringing their dogs." But the homeless who have been cleared out, relocated just a few blocks away to Mother Waldron Park, and businesses are feeling the effects. 

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Kaiser high graduate involved in potential hate crime in Truckee, California Video included

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Now, Salazar's family is searching for answers as to who did this to him and why.

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It's a drill, but an important one: First responders train for shooting, mass casualty scenario Video included

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The training was funded by a grant from the Hawaii Department of Health.

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How you can contribute lei for the annual Memorial Day service Video included

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Plumeria lined tables at City Hall, where kupuna, coworkers and tourists gathered to sew lei for fallen veterans and service members.

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Military ramps up air assets in case evacuation is needed Video included

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Marine Corps crews are on standby 24-7, ready to help evacuate residents in the lower Puna area. 

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New details on the Helemano Military Reservation barricade Video included

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New details this morning about the barricade situation at Helemano Military Reservation Thursday evening. 

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Diabetes? 'Ekah1 Wellcare has a new clinic that can help you out Video included

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Diabetes impacts over 150,000 people here in Hawaii.  

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Re-think Lanikai Beach plans this weekend, water warning signs Video included

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If you're heading to Lanikai Beach this Memorial Day weekend, pay attention to warning signs.

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Memorial Day Weekend Travel Survey

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According to TripAdvisor, this is one of the busiest travel days of the year.  Based on its Annual Memorial Day Travel Survey, nearly one-third (30%) will be traveling to their destinations today.   With Memorial Day travel up by 6% this year, the roads will be busy locally as the majority (74%) will be driving to their destinations.  21% of travelers plan to drive between 101 and 200 miles, 20% will go between 201 and 300 miles, but 16% will stay close to hom... More>>

#Help4Hawaii has Salvation Army phone lines ringing of the hook Video included

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The Help 4 Hawaii fundraiser has begun, and at the Salvation Army, the phone lines are open! 

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Special Olympics Hawaii celebrates its Golden Anniversary

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Special Olympics athletes from across the state will go for the gold as the nonprofit prepares to celebrate its golden anniversary this summer.  More than 1,000 local athletes and coaches have been preparing since February to compete in powerlifting, softball, track and field, and swimming at this year’s 50th Annual State Summer Games. Athletes and coaches will parade into the Les Murakami Stadium Friday, Ma... More>>

Ohana Health Plan donates breathing masks to Big Island

The National Weather Service posted a flash flood watch for the Big Island from Friday evening through Monday afternoon. The National Weather Service posted a flash flood watch for the Big Island from Friday evening through Monday afternoon.
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‘Ohana Health Plan donated 12,000 N95 breathing masks to Hawaii County and helped distribute the masks to those affected by ongoing volcanic activity on the Big Island of Hawaii. The breathing masks were available at no charge to the public and were distributed at Shipman Gym on Thursday from 3:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. N95 breathing masks can effectively filter out ash and particulates, especially for those with asthma and other lung conditions. Ohana Health reminds residents a... More>>

Hana Landfill Partial Closure Friday

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Due to insufficient manpower, the Hana Landfill will close Friday at 1 p.m. The closure is necessary for the department to ensure safe operations and meet the minimum State Department of Health operating requirements of the County’s solid waste permit. The Solid Waste Division apologizes for the inconvenience. More>>

Student says science teacher tackled Indiana school shooter Video included

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A male student armed with two handguns opened fire at a suburban Indianapolis middle school Friday morning, wounding another student and a teacher before being taken into custody, authorities said.

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Brown Water Advisory Canceled at Kailua beach

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The Department of Health has canceled the brown water advisory at Kalama Beach, in Kailua, Oahu.

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People come together in times of crisis Video included

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Augie T. and Shawn Garrett from Da Paina ask for help. It’s a time to show the aloha spirit and give back.   If you would like to make a difference, open your hearts and you can get to choose where your money goes, you can donate to help those affected by the Kauai and ‘Oahu floods or the recent volcanic eruption on Hawaii. Call 808-756-0306 or click – hawaiidisaster.org to donate. Mahalo More>>

Jake Shimabukuro joined by Josh Nakazawa serenades with music to Help 4 Hawaii Video included

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The Salvation Army continues to provide meals to evacuees in Puna impacted by eruptions. There is a major needed for large volume meals from local restaurants or certified kitchens, if you’d like to kokua please call 808-756-0306 or log on to – hawaiidisaster.org. Hawaii’s own Jake Shimabukuro joined by Josh Nakazawa serenades with music to Help 4 Hawaii. More>>

UPDATE: USS Arizona Memorial tours continue through Memorial Day Weekend Video included

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USS Arizona Memorial tours continue while access to the memorial remains closed.

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Photographer Kim Taylor Reece donates his art to Help 4 Hawaii Video included

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Photographer Kim Taylor Reece is known to have taken many beautiful photos across all islands of Hawaii. He joins Island News knowing that your donations collected from today will go to flooding victims and lava evacuees. “I am just crushed” Reece said. He adds that no one expected it to happen and was actually on Oahu experiencing the hours of hours of rain. He shared his experience of the rain coming down sideways, lighting and the damage he saw right before his eyes. ... More>>

Hawaii's musicians come together for the people of Hawaii Video included

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Your contributions to Help 4 Hawaii will go to victims who were effected by record breaking rainfall and those who had to evacuate on Hawaii island as the lava outbreaks continue. If you would like to make a difference, the Island News Help 4 Hawaii Fundraiser has begun. Our friends at 93.1 Da Paina and the Salvation Army have created a direct pipeline for your money to get to disaster victims. Call 808-756-0306 or click – hawaiidisaster.org We welcome multiple Na Hoku Hano... More>>

Ukulele virtuoso Taimane Gardner plays for the ones trying to rebuild their lives Video included

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Thank you for joining Island News as we rally support to help our ‘ohana across Hawaii. On Kauai, communities are still trying to rebuild and survive after record breaking floods. Hours of hours of rain has impacted roads, homes, businesses and everyday lives. We ask you to donate if you can because every little bit counts. If you would like to make a difference, the Island News Help 4 Hawaii Fundraiser has begun. Our friends at 93.1 Da Paina and the Salvation Army have create... More>>

Robert Cazimero and Halau Na Kamalei dances with aloha for those affected by natural disasters in Hawaii Video included

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HELP 4 HAWAII - Leading our coverage for disaster victims, a Hawaiian musician with the voice that has captivated crowds around the world. We say aloha to Robert Cazimero and Halau Na Kamalei.  If you would like to make a difference, the Island News Help 4 Hawaii Fundraiser has begun. Our friends at 93.1 Da Paina and the Salvation Army have created a direct pipeline for your money to get to disaster victims. You get to choose where your money goes, you can donate to help those... More>>

Plan ahead and plan around the weekend slow downs

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PEARL CITY - Two to three left lanes closed on the H-1 Freeway in both directions between the H-1/H-2 merge and the Aiea Heights Drive overpass on Friday night, May 25, through Sunday morning, May 27, for pavement work. Friday night ·         Eastbound: Two left lanes close at 6:30 p.m. Three left lanes close at 7:30 p.m. All lanes reopen at 6 a.m. ·         Westbound: Two l... More>>

After more than two decades, a Leilani Estates family home is destroyed Video included

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A Leilani Estates home on Moku Street has received national attention because of a massive crack that expands about 500 feet from the road.

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HPD, Army responding to barricade situation in Helemano Military Reservation

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The Hawaii Directorate of Emergency Services (DES), US Army Garrison also posted a warning on their Facebook page, warning residents to stay inside and avoid the scene. 

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Popular social media group helps solve crimes in Hawaii Video included

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Solving crimes, one click at a time. 

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Hawaii mayor Harry Kim giving back to the community since 1977 Video included

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Key to the Big Island eruption and so many over the years, has been Mayor Harry Kim.

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Active fissure stirred emotions of residents hoping to return home one day Video included

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New video from inside Leilani Estates showed magma spewing from underground.

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Help 4 Hawaii: Raising funds for disaster relief

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Let's come together and help out our ohana!

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Aging Well: Jujitsu sensei says lifelong learning through martial arts is key

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A 67 year old Nuuanu man is a corporate computer technician by day, and a martial arts professor by night. He's spent more time doing this one hobby, than he has with anything or anyone else in his life. He says it's a big reason why he's Aging Well. In the Hawaii Zenyo Jujitsu Kai jujitsu school, 67-year-old Steve McLaughlin heads up a group of students- most, in their 20s and 30s. Professor, or Prof as he's called, has been doing this for over four decades. But don'...

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Sheriffs arrest missing OCCC pre-trial detainee

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Sheriffs have found and arrested Winston Kailimai, an OCCC detainee who was missing after being mistakenly released Wednesday.

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Flood-damaged Kauai, Oahu counties to get millions in state funding Video included

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Help is on the way for two counties significantly damaged by heavy April rains. Gov. Ige and Mayor Bernard Carvalho signed a Letter of Agreement Thursday that will release an initial $25 million in flood assistance to the County of Kauai. The funds will help the county proceed with disaster recovery projects following record-breaking rainfall in April 2018 that caused devastating flooding and mudslides, isolating several communities on the island’s North Shore. The County of K...

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Maui's Kapalua Bay Beach tops Dr. Beach's best beach list

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A crescent-shaped beach on Maui got the top slot Thursday in the annual list of best beaches issued by a Florida professor known as Dr. Beach.    

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Big Island residents: Relieve eruption stress by zipping through the sky

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Local residents of the Big Island are getting a much needed break from eruption stress this weekend, as KapohoKine Adventures hosts the 9th annual  "Kamaaina Weekend." 

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The President claims the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign Video included

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WASHINGTON - Today, lawmakers will see highly classified documents related to what President Trump has dubbed "spygate". The president claims the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign with spies for political purposes. ABC's Kenneth Moton reported: If it were a spy novel, it appears President Trump would be the author. “A lot bad things have happened. We now call it spygate” Tump said.  With no apparent proof, President Trump has gone all in on his claim ... More>>

Lava fountains in homeowner's backyard Video included

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LEILANI ESTATES - A homeowner on Kahukai Street took video of lava erupting in his back yard. A total of four distinct lava fountains can be seen in the video. Geologist visited the property, pointing out pools of lava sitting between the fissures and the edge of the property. More>>

NFL players are forced to choose Video included

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The new NFL National Anthem policy insists that players on the field must stand for the anthem or the team will be fined. ABC’s Gio Benitez reported - The NFL addressing the controversy over national anthem protests announcing a new policy. "If anyone is on the field and is disrespectful to the anthem or the flag uh there will be a fine from the league against the team” Goodell said. Under the new rules players may stay in the locker room during the star spangled... More>>

Toxic gasses remain a threat Video included

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PAHOA - Kilauea summit continues to see at least two large explosions a day sending ash thousands of feet into the sky. The Hawaii Volcano observatory said gas emissions have tripled and the levels of sulfur dioxide are more concentrated. Island News reporter Melody Gonzales reported the latest - It’s not just dangerous gases being emitted from near the active fissures but also along part of the coast where the lava is flowing into. USGS and HVO said that a new lava flow is ex... More>>

Tahitian dancers preview what’s more to come at this year’s Ocean Fest Video included

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OAHU - Event Coordinator Dotty Paddock is joined with a few members of the Help Every Angel Hula Halau – under the direction of Kumu Maeva Anderson - .to talk about the upcoming Ocean Fest.  North Shore Ocean Fest is the North Shore's largest free family community event focused on ocean education. The fun-filled afternoon will feature 40 educational booths, activities, film, ocean crafts, food vendors, live music, hula and great prizes. North Shore Ocean Fest is all ... More>>

Did you hear that? Siren tests to continue at Kawaikui and Kapiolani Beach Parks

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If you're at Kawaikui Beach Park or Kapiolani Beach Park between 9am and 4 p.m. Thursday, you will hear sirens going off, but it's just a test. 

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Heavy rain and lava to hurricane season just beginning Video included

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ALA MOANA - Natural disasters have taken a toll on our state this year, but there’s a reminder that hurricane season is just beginning.

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HPD are looking for 26-year-old thief Video included

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HONOLULU - Honolulu police continue the search for 26-year-old Takahide Nakamura. Nakamura is accused of stealing a $5,700 messenger bag from the Hermes store in Ala Moana Shopping Center on February 2nd. Nakamura is described as 5’9”, 170 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He is known to be frequent the Mililani area. Anyone with information is asked to call crime stoppers at 955-8300. More>>

The 50th state fair kicks-off this weekend. Video included

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HONOLULU - Four of the rides arrived at Pier 1 in Honolulu on Wednesday. Among them, two rides made their debut, the "Rockin' Tug" and "Zero Gravity". Making its return “Techno Power and Speed" which was the major hit of last year.   Along with the rides, a circus will take place with a motorcycle globe where daredevils ride simultaneously inside the 15-foot sphere. This year's fair officially opens Friday at the Aloha Stadium and will run until Ju... More>>

HDOT makes safety improvements at intersection of Hana Highway and Hansen Road

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In Kahului, the Hawaii Department of Transportation will make safety improvements to the intersection of Hana Highway and Hansen Road due to the number of incidences that have taken place. To increase safety, the left turn option will be removed from the Hansen Road intersection, and left-turning motorists will be directed to Hookele Street where the intersection with Hana Highway is signalized. HDOT says, over the past 5 years, 9 major accidents have occurred, with a substant...

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Morning's shakas: A "honu" world Video included

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WAIMANALO - In celebration of "World Turtle Day" Sea Life Park released two sea turtles into the wild. Both "honu" are about two-years old. The turtles were a part of the park's breeding program which help to increase the population of the native creatures in Hawaiian waters.   More>>

Man injured by a 'lava bomb' talks about his recovery Video included

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When a fissure erupted across the street from Darryl Clinton’s Kapoho home, it was a spectacular sight to see.

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Kauai mayor signs second supplementary emergency proclamation Video included

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Kauai mayor Bernard Carvalho signed a second supplementary emergency proclamation Wednesday.  It continues the disaster emergency relief period for the Garden Isle for another 60 days. It also extends the order prohibiting vacation rentals from operating in Lumaha'i, Wainiha and Ha'ena. Access to those areas are limited to area residents, government employees and relief workers.  "An additional proclamation so we get an additional 60 days as we need more time to do m... More>>

Heroin in Hawaii Part 4/4: For the next generation Video included

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It's about building the confidence to tackle life. One rep at a time.

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Heroin in Hawaii Part 3/4: Profile of an addict Video included

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Heroin in Hawaii Part 3: Profile of an Addict

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Heroin in Hawaii Part 1/4: Black Tar on Kauai Video included

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Street drugs are a problem in our state and have been for a long time, but recently some of the neighbor islands - Kauai in particular - are noticing troubling new trends when it comes to heroin use.  

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Heroin in Hawaii Part 2/4: Heroin and Opioids Video included

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Kauai police are now carrying Narcan, to counteract the effects of heroin. They also link heroin addiction to opioid addiction, a problem plaguing Kauai County.

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"Safe havens" for unwanted babies Video included

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Honolulu Police are investigating a 13-year-old girl suspected of throwing her day-old baby in a dumpster. This troubling news brings to light he issue of unwanted pregnancies, and the options available to mothers.  Nassau County New York Police Captain Timothy Jaccard has dedicated his life to saving unwanted babies, after a horrifiying experience back in 1999.  "I responded to a call baby not breathing and i found a little baby boy in a courthouse drowned in a toile...

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Laze continues to be a threat on the Big Island Video included

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The large plume of laze in Lower Puna can be seen even 3,000 ft above. 

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NOAA forecasts 2018 hurricane season: near to above average activity Video included

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NOAA's Central Pacific Hurricane Center announced an 80 percent chance of near-or above-normal tropical cyclone activity for our area during this year's hurricane season.

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So much sushi, so little time! Yelp helps narrow down the options Video included

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From affordable grab-and-go to high end omakase and every roll in between, we’ve got a pick for every kind of sushi craving.

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Lava wall protecting geothermal plant

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Officials say lava spatter from Hawaii's erupting volcano is creating a wall that's helping protect a nearby geothermal plant. 

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Sleep and your health: Not enough or too much can hurt you in the long run

The study found that even a lightly lit room can make a person depressed. The study found that even a lightly lit room can make a person depressed.
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Sleep. Its not just for babies.

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Trending: #Kilauea, #WorldTurtleDay, and #XtinaDemiVideo Video included

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Trending Wednesday: #Kilauea, #WorldTurtleDay, and #XtinaDemiVideo. 

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Gas emissions continue to emit in lower East Rift Zone Video included

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Gas emissions are continuing to emit from Halemaumau Crater. 

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Get a view and give back: To help out, one company is taking flight Video included

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A bird's-eye view from Blue Hawaiian Helicopters showed off active fissures still pumping in lower Puna.

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Brush fire brought Farrington Highway to a halt Video included

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A brush fire broke out in the Honokai Hale area Wednesday morning, the fire has since been extinguished.

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Wellness Wednesday: Jamba Juice shares the benefits of the super-fruit of the season Video included

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HONOLULU - Tristin Vincent from Jamba Juice Hawai'i joins Tesia Worley on Wellness Wednesday to share the benefits of mango. Mango is the super-fruit of the season, with antioxidant power. Additionally, it is fiber-rich and has mega-vitamins. The Mango Medley Bowl is a bright and beautiful bowl offers the nutrition a body needs, with each bowl providing 100% Daily Value of Vitamin C and 90% Daily Value of Vitamin A. The fresh medley of mango, banana and coconut shine in this bow... More>>

Gov. Ige reassures those concerned that travel to Hawaii is safe

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Governor David Ige is reassuring people worldwide, that the Kilauea Volcano is being closely monitored.

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Energy wells plugged as Hawaii's volcano sends lava nearby

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Authorities say production wells at a geothermal plant under threat by lava flowing from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano have been plugged to prevent toxic gases from seeping out.  

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Party in Style with Fashion Sense Video included

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HONOLULU – Life-style expert Valerie Joseph shares budget friendly party ideas and Memorial Day weekend outfits:   Memorial Day Weekend is the first taste of Summer and the perfect excuse to invite some friends over.  We've got 3 simple tips on how to throw a gathering of any size without breaking a sweat or breaking the bank.  First, starting with the drink.  No need to create a full bar, just have 1 fun cocktail.  Jolly Rancher Shots!  Unlike gum... More>>

Homes in Leilani Estates overtaken Video included

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LEILANI ESTATES – The lava has damaged homes in Leilani estates. A house now sitting on top of massive cracks in the ground. The effects of toxic emissions very much present in the browning vegetation. And a house reduced to nothing but the frame. Neighbors call it the Hess Dynasty House, a structure that has been in the family for 50 years, more than four generations. More>>

Residents keep a close watch on the lava entering the Puna Geothermal Plant Video included

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HILO - Island News reporter Brenton Awa spoke life from the Hawaii County Civil Defense as community members gather at Pahoa high school again to get the latest updates on the ongoing eruptions. Thier main concern, will they have to evacuate because of lava entering the Puna Geothermal Plant property. Lava is flowing on more than 800 acres of property, but the company says it hasn't made it to their plant. Fuel has already been removed from the facility and the last of eleven we... More>>

Kilauea is not slowing down Video included

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HAWAII – The massive lava flow along the east rift zone was captured from a Black hawk helicopter Tuesday. Lava continued to move onto the Puna Geothermal Venture plant property. The lava has destroyed the warehouse next to the plant but the Honolulu County Civil defense said there's no immediate threat to the wells. More>>

Your pet could get their big break on a calendar Video included

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HONOLULU - Is your pet primed to be on a calendar? This could be their big break. The Hawaiian Humane Society's is looking for entrants for it’s 2019 "Pets In Paradise" contest. The calendar raises funds to support some of their programs. The contest is open for any pet in Hawaii.   https://www.hawaiianhumane.org/petsinparadisecalendar/ More>>

Morning Shakas: USS Arizona Memorial Video included

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A landmark in Hawaii makes the top ten list in the U.S., getting Wednesday’s morning shakas. USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu was named number five among the leading landmarks in the country.   

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HDOT launches annual Click It or Ticket Hawaii campaign

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Kicking off this week, the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) and its traffic safety partners are participating in the national “Click It or Ticket” enforcement mobilization.  It's part of a nation-wide effort to reduce motor vehicle fatalities and injuries.  All four county police departments will conduct increased enforcement during the May 21 through June 3 campaign. The main goal of this initiative is to keep drivers and passengers safe by reminding ...

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Residents of Pahoa dealing with poor air Video included

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It can really stink to live downwind of Kilauea at least when it comes to the air. "Waking up smelling stinky eggs, the worst in the morning lately and in the evening," Tim Reed, an Oceanview resident, said. Volcanic emissions not only turn the skies hazy. The sulfur dioxide really irritates some residents. "Yucky, very yucky, it hurts your throat and it hurts your eyes," Reed said. The vog comes and goes, but residents in towns like Pahala and Naalehu, as well... More>>

15-year-old boy detained for 'terroristic threatening' towards Kapaa High School

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A 15-year-old boy was released to his parents after he was detained by Kauai police for "terroristic threatening" Tuesday morning. He allegedly made threats to both Kapaa High School and another male student. Kapaa High School remained open and a notice of the incident was sent home to parents.   More>>

32-year-old Puna man charged with first degree terroristic threatening

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Hawaii County police charged 32-year-old Joseph Paul Branco of Puna with first degree terroristic threatening, use of a car without permission, and other charges Tuesday, after police say he drove a stolen truck towards two officers on Sunday. The officers fired thirteen shots at the truck, no one was injured. Branco is currently being held on $191,000 dollars bail.   More>>

Two men hospitalized after double stabbing in Chinatown Video included

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A double stabbing sends two men to the hospital, early Tuesday morning. EMS reports the incident happened just after midnight. A 37-year old man was stabbed in the back near River and N. Hotel Streets. Then a 32-year-old man was stabbed in the back near Kekaulike and N. King. Both men were listed in serious condition. No description of a suspect has been released.

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Mayor Harry Kim diagnosed with 'walking pneumonia'

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In the middle of all the threats from Kilauea, Mayor Harry Kim has been diagnosed with "walking pneumonia." He disclosed his condition Tuesday to avoid inaccurate information and rumors. Managing Director Wil Okabe says Mayor Kim is taking antibiotics and waiting for more results from medical tests, but remains up to date on lava threats and all daily affairs. The Mayor suffered what might have been two 'heart attacks' last month, but we... More>>

Civil Beat Discussion: The Race for Governor Video included

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The primary election is less than three months away and campaigns are heating up. Our partners at Civil Beat conducted a number of polls we will bring you this week, starting today with the democratic race for governor. Civil Beat's Chad Blair joined Island News to discuss the results.  Chad: Thanks, Paula. In this, our first poll of this race, we found Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa out front with a six-point lead. She had 37% support from likely Democratic pr... More>>

HSTA announces their support for Campagna for Congress Video included

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Sherry Campagna is many things: environmental scientist, small business owner, acitivist, and mom. Now, she is also a congressional candidate and one just endorsed by the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA). "This endorsement is groundbreaking. I haven't even been able to process what this means to me," Campagna said.  "We believe that Sherry Campagna will fight for the equality of all people," HSTA President, Corey Rosenlee said.  Rose... More>>

California man pulled unresponsive from Lanai waters

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Emergency responders on Lanai were called to Hulopoe Beach for a 61-year-old man pulled unresponsive from the water at 12:28 p.m. on Tuesday.

Firefighters arrived on scene at 12:42 p.m. and found bystanders on the beach performing CPR on a male victim.

Firefighters took over lifesaving efforts until paramedics arrived a short time later.

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NOAA to Announce 2018 Central Pacific Hurricane Season Outlook

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On Wednesday May 23, the University of Hawaii at Manoa Department of Atmospheric Sciences will host NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center, which will release its outlook for tropical cyclone activity during the 2018 Central Pacific Hurricane Season. Hurricane season starts on June 1 and runs through November 30. In addition to the hurricane season outlook, a review of the wet season and outlook for the dry season will be presented by Mr. Kevin Kodama, NWS Senior Service Hydr... More>>

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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  • Memorial Day Weekend Travel Survey

    Memorial Day Weekend Travel Survey

    Friday, May 25 2018 7:53 PM EDT2018-05-25 23:53:37 GMT
    According to TripAdvisor, this is one of the busiest travel days of the year.  Based on its Annual Memorial Day Travel Survey, nearly one-third (30%) will be traveling to their destinations today.   With Memorial Day travel up by 6% this year, the roads will be busy locally as the majority (74%) will be driving to their destinations.  21% of travelers plan to drive between 101 and 200 miles, 20% will go between 201 and 300 miles, but 16% will stay close to hom...
    According to TripAdvisor, this is one of the busiest travel days of the year.  Based on its Annual Memorial Day Travel Survey, nearly one-third (30%) will be traveling to their destinations today.   With Memorial Day travel up by 6% this year, the roads will be busy locally as the majority (74%) will be driving to their destinations.  21% of travelers plan to drive between 101 and 200 miles, 20% will go between 201 and 300 miles, but 16% will stay close to hom...
  • Student says science teacher tackled Indiana school shooter

    Student says science teacher tackled Indiana school shooter

    Friday, May 25 2018 5:06 PM EDT2018-05-25 21:06:31 GMT

    A male student armed with two handguns opened fire at a suburban Indianapolis middle school Friday morning, wounding another student and a teacher before being taken into custody, authorities said.

    A male student armed with two handguns opened fire at a suburban Indianapolis middle school Friday morning, wounding another student and a teacher before being taken into custody, authorities said.

  • The President claims the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign

    The President claims the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign

    Thursday, May 24 2018 4:02 PM EDT2018-05-24 20:02:12 GMT
    WASHINGTON - Today, lawmakers will see highly classified documents related to what President Trump has dubbed "spygate". The president claims the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign with spies for political purposes. ABC's Kenneth Moton reported: If it were a spy novel, it appears President Trump would be the author. “A lot bad things have happened. We now call it spygate” Tump said.  With no apparent proof, President Trump has gone all in on his claim ...
    WASHINGTON - Today, lawmakers will see highly classified documents related to what President Trump has dubbed "spygate". The president claims the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign with spies for political purposes. ABC's Kenneth Moton reported: If it were a spy novel, it appears President Trump would be the author. “A lot bad things have happened. We now call it spygate” Tump said.  With no apparent proof, President Trump has gone all in on his claim ...

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