Marie has weakened to a tropical storm in the Eastern Pacific, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Puna is just one of the areas on the Big Island that felt the wrath of Tropical storm Iselle.
Thousands are still without power on the Big Island as local and federal agencies continue to provide them with water, food and essential supplies.
Here a few tips on how to donate to the community affected by Tropical Storm Iselle.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie promised swift action to Big Island residents who are still without power, water and supplies.
Nearly a week after Iselle hit, storm-battered residents on the Big Island are finding their own ways to stay cool as crews bring in the "big boys" to beef-up support.
A Puna man searching for friends in Kapoho and Vactionland has shared photos of his journey.
Some of the worst devastation our crews have seen are in Kapoho.
With Iselle bringing big time damage to the Big Island and Maui County, many are wondering just how to go about filing an insurance claim.
Concerns over theft have some Big Island residents on alert.
Households with photovoltaic systems will be asked to pay more every month and be compensated less for the energy they produce.
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