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New Outdoor Warning Sirens to be Tested Thursday

New Outdoor Warning Sirens to be Tested Thursday

October 1, 2014

The new sirens are part of a state project to fill coverage gaps and modernize ways of getting warning messages out to the community.

Search Underway for Missing Man Near Pohoiki

Search Underway for Missing Man Near Pohoiki

October 1, 2014

The missing man, 65-year-old Charles Rosecranes, reportedly fell off of an outdoor skiff early Wednesday morning.

Federal Funding to Aid HCC Job-Training Programs Federal Funding to Aid HCC Job-Training Programs September 30, 2014 · 1 Comment · East Hawaii News, News

$10 million in federal funding is being awarded to community colleges across the state for job training programs, including Hawaii Community College.

DUI Arrests Fall Further Below Last Year's Numbers DUI Arrests Fall Further Below Last Year’s Numbers September 30, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

DUI arrests are down over 11 percent from 2013 (as of Sept. 28). Major traffic accidents, however, are still above last year’s numbers.

June 27 Lava Flow Advances 100 Yards at Breakout Point June 27 Lava Flow Advances 100 Yards at Breakout Point September 29, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

No evacuations have been ordered, and no updated timetable has been given for when the June 27 lava flow could impact Puna roads and communities.

Fire Ant Treatment to Temporarily Close Two Hilo Parks Fire Ant Treatment to Temporarily Close Two Hilo Parks September 29, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

Mālama Park and Waiākeawaena Park in Hilo will both temporarily close for fire ant treatment.

After Week-Long Stall, June 27 Lava Flow In Motion After Week-Long Stall, June 27 Lava Flow In Motion September 28, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles

The June 27 lava flow front advanced 25 yards between Saturday and Sunday, while a breakout flow upslope moved about 30 yards.

High Surf Causes Partial Closure of Bayfront Highway High Surf Causes Partial Closure of Bayfront Highway September 26, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

A high surf advisory is posted for East facing shores until 6 pm Saturday. Bayfront Highway between Pauahi Street and Waianuenue Avenue was closed early Friday afternoon.

Free Legal Help Clinic Saturday for Puna Residents Free Legal Help Clinic Saturday for Puna Residents September 26, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

Volunteer attorneys will be providing free legal help to Puna residents affected by Hurricane Iselle or the lava flow at Kea’au High School and Mt. View Gym.

Record Temperature Set in Hilo Thursday Record Temperature Set in Hilo Thursday September 25, 2014 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

Thursday’s high temperature reached 90 degrees in Hilo, and conditions through the weekend aren’t expected to give residents much of a reprieve from the heat.

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