More than 80 members of the Hawaii Army and Air National Guard deployed this morning in Puna to assist police as the June 27 lava flow continues its relentless march in Pahoa.
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A second man faces charges for his alleged role with a pair of business burglaries Monday in Hilo.
June 27 lava flow footage courtesy of the County of Hawaii shot on October 29, 2014.
The June 27 lava flow was about 160 yards (480 feet) from Pahoa Village Road this morning, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.
After consuming a shed and a pile of tires the day before, the June 27 lava flow moved within 100 feet of a home Wednesday and continued to threaten a cluster of residences on Pahoa Village Road.
Lower Puna residents who receive government housing assistance, already stressing over the threat of lava consuming their homes, are facing a new fear. They may have to leave their beloved community.
National Park Service officials are seeking feedback on a plan to quadruple the entry fee to the popular Puuhonua o Honaunau site in South Kona.
The new Hawaii Community College —Palamanui is on course to be completed in May, according to the project’s superintendent.
Police say a 15-year-old boy was arrested as a result of a 4-month-long investigation of “Peeping Tom” incidents in South Kohala.
Hawaii County police will increase DUI checkpoints and roving patrols this weekend in conjunction with Halloween. The effort is part of a national and statewide campaign called “Drive sober or get pulled over.”
A 55-year-old Kona man was arrested shortly after a robbery at a Kailua-Kona pharmacy on Saturday.
A 36-year-old man has died from injuries he sustained when he fell from a moving vehicle in Waimea on Oct. 10.
The English bulldog Peyton was dressed appropriately.
Kilauea’s June 27 lava flow claimed its first structure Tuesday morning as it continued to carve a jagged black scar through the green Pahoa landscape, set on a collision course with Pahoa Village Road.
Lava was within 280 yards of Pahoa Village Road this morning, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.