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High surf advisory issued for south-facing shores of Hawaiian Islands – including Kaua‘i

Large breaking waves are anticipated building Sunday to eight to 12 feet.

NOAA ‘mother ship’ circling Hawaiian Islands as scientist scuba divers monitor coral reefs

Twenty scientists, in addition to crew members, are aboard Oscar Elton Sette, which departed its home port of Honolulu on July 1.

‘The smallest and cheapest’: Aviation attorney speaks out about fatal Kauaʻi helicopter crash

“On Kauaʻi in particular, a twin-engine turbine helicopter seems to be the prudent thing to use, but very few operators do because they’re more expensive,” said attorney Ladd Sanger.

Update: Helicopter crash search operation continues Saturday on Kaua‘i

One person was recovered on Thursday and was confirmed deceased. Two others remain missing.

Kaua‘i weekly lane closures: July 13-19

All projects are weather permitting.

Volcano Watch: More shaking on Kīlauea’s south flank; did you feel it?

From subtle shakes that feel like wind to abrupt jolting that knocks dishes off the counter, living on the volcanically active Big Island means accepting that the ground beneath your feet will not always keep still.

Nurses of Wilcox Medical Center petition for safe staffing ratios

The Hawai‘i Nurses Association began negotiations with Wilcox Medical Center on May 6.

East Kaua‘i trail nominated for Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Hall of Fame

Ke Ala Hele Makālae, “The Path that Goes by the Coast,” spans 8 miles, providing a paved, scenic route ideal for walking, jogging, biking, and skating, stretching from Lydgate Beach Park to Kuna Bay.

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High surf advisory issued for south-facing shores of Hawaiian Islands – including Kaua‘i
NOAA ‘mother ship’ circling Hawaiian Islands as scientist scuba divers monitor coral reefs
‘The smallest and cheapest’: Aviation attorney speaks out about fatal Kauaʻi helicopter crash
Update: Helicopter crash search operation continues Saturday on Kaua‘i

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Molokaʻi 2 Oʻahu Paddleboard World Championships to celebrate 25th anniversary
Visitor arrivals throughout Hawaiian Islands are down, state officials report
DLNR finalizing investigation into cruise ships reported close to Na Pali Coast
Hawai‘i Tourism Authority launches new campaigns to stimulate meaningful travel demand
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Woman crossing Kahului intersection in wheelchair fatally injured

A Kahului woman has died of injuries sustained while she was attempting to cross the road while operating an electric wheelchair on Saturday morning, police said. The incident occurred at 11:17 a.m. on July 13, 2024, on West Wākea Ave. at the intersection with Oneheʻe Ave. in Kahului.

Maui Surf Forecast for July 14, 2024

Surf along south facing showers is expected to build to High Surf Advisory levels due to the current long-period south swell. Advisory level surf will linger...

Hawaiʻi government leaders offer statements in the aftermath of the assassination attempt on former President Trump at a Pennsylvania rally

Hawaiʻi government leaders have issued statements following a shooting that injured former US President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania today. Law enforcement from the FBI, state police and other municipal officers spoke at a press conference on Saturday evening, calling the incident an assassination attempt.

Jamba Hawaiʻi and Kemper ‘Ohana launch #FillYourCup Campaign

Jamba Hawaiʻi has partnered with Tahiti Kemper and the Kemper ‘Ohana for their latest campaign, "#FillYourCup."

Hawaiʻi Department of Health launches Beat Diabetes Prevention Program

The Hawaiʻi State Department of Health (DOH) recently launched a new public service announcement campaign to motivate people with prediabetes to adopt healthier behaviors to prevent Type 2 diabetes.

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Zonta Club of Hilo awards $15,400 in scholarships to women

Two winners have been advanced to compete for additional awards and scholarships at the district and international levels of Zonta.

NOAA ‘mother ship’ circling Hawaiian Islands as scientist scuba divers monitor coral reefs

Twenty scientists, in addition to crew members, are aboard Oscar Elton Sette, which departed its home port of Honolulu on July 1.

Police seek elderly Volcano man last seen in May; only recently reported missing

William Hammett is considered an endangered missing person due to his age.

Downtown Hilo robbery suspect charged following reported assault of drone surveyors

Kukaua Keli’iho’oluhi Kaupe Bright remains in custody pending his initial court appearance, as he is unable to post bail set at $12,100.

Hawaii County Weather Forecast for July 13, 2024

A large area of high pressure generally north of the Hawaiian Islands will hold the next several days. This will maintain the ongoing typically dry summertime...