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February 25, 2017

5 Surprising Things That Make the Big Island Unique & Special

Did you know 3 of the Big Island's mountains are record-breaking? The tallest, largest and most active mountains in the world are here. Lake Waiau is the highest...
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February 25, 2017

Disturbance Expected Sunday

Moderate trade winds are forecast through the weekend. Drier than usual conditions are expected through Sunday morning and then a disturbance will take hold...
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February 25, 2017

Long Period Swell Peaks Today for Big Island

A large long-period northwest swell has been building overnight. This swell is expected to peak today before slowly fading through Monday. A gale north of the area...
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February 24, 2017

Police Seek Suspects in Attempted Puppy Theft

At approximately 1:30 a.m. Friday, a pair of individuals broke open a gate securing the kennel area of the Kona Humane Society and removed a 1-year-old American Stratfordshire Terrier named “Cholo.”
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February 24, 2017

Three Lieutenant’s Promoted to Captain

The promotions will take effect on March 1.
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February 24, 2017

Conrad Bidal Named Officer of the Month for February

Bidal assisted in evacuating occupants of apartments above Luquin’s restaurant during a midnight fire that destroyed the structure.
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February 24, 2017

Winds on a Decreasing Trend Into the Weekend

Our winds are forecast to decrease in speed into the weekend. Windward and mauka spots will continue to receive most of our clouds and shower...
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February 24, 2017

Swell Fading Today, New Swell Tomorrow

Our current west-northwest has peaked and will ease on Friday. A stronger west-northwest is forecast for the weekend. This new energy...
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February 23, 2017

Remotely Measuring the Temperature of Kīlauea Lava

One of the most important characteristics of active lava is its eruption temperature.
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February 23, 2017

Invasive Species Awareness Week Highlights Voluneerism, Successes

Hawai‘i’s 5th annual Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness Week has begun with a series of volunteer opportunities and will end with a ceremony in Gov. David Ige’s office to recognize people and organizations who have been instrumental in the fight against invasive species. One of the people who will be honored is Carolyn Dillon, who made outstanding efforts... Read more »
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