Hikers Airlifted From
Kahaualea Forest Reserve
The group was hiking to view an active lava flow in the reserve when they made a 911 cell phone call for help at about 5 p.m.
- House Passes Bill Boosting International Tourism to US
- Asuncion Charged With 13 Counts; Bail Set at $1.5 Million
- Groundbreaking Next Week for $22M Pahoa District Park
- Judge Rules for State in Lawsuit Challenging Kulani Reopening
- Weather Service Watching Systems in Eastern Pacific
- Puna Man Indicted for Attempted Murder in 2013 Case
- Driver Injured in Police Shooting Faces More Counts
- Presentations to Educate Kupuna on Fraud Issues
Demand For Hualalai
Resort Homes Rising
Twenty-one homes between 3,500 square feet and 6,000 square feet are expected to be built and priced from $5 million to $9 million.
- New Offshore Fish Farm Being Built
- State Labor Grants Help Agencies Train Workers
- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Visitors Increasing
- Kona, Ka`u Coffees Shine In Cupping Competition
State HS Bowling Tournament
Remains on Big Island
Including the state bowling championships, the Big Island will host five state tournaments, including the regional rounds of the girls soccer and boys volleyball championships.
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
To Swing Waikoloa
In Big Band history, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra is recognized as one of the best all-around dance bands.
- Famed Kona Billfish Tournament Opens Sunday
- Super Horse Challenge Comes To Kamuela
- Songwriting Retreat For Beginners at HVNP
VOLCANO WATCH: Kilauea Trends Observed by Missionaries
Early Missionaries to Hawaii were the first to note that lava flows were often preceded by lava draining from Kilauea’s summit crater.