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Good Samaritan Assaulted, Robbed of Truck

Good Samaritan Assaulted, Robbed of Truck

February 11th, 2013

The victim, a 60-year-old Volcano woman, was giving the man a ride to assist him with a disabled vehicle.

Public Land Development Corp. Executive Director Lloyd Haraguchi is shown last year trying to convince the Hawaii County Council not to approve a resolution calling for his agency's repeal. File photo by Dave Smith.

Two House Panels Vote to Dismantle PLDC

February 11th, 2013

The committees were unanimous in their intent to repeal the state law creating the Public Land Development Corp.

File photo. Hakalau Warning Siren to be Tested Thursday February 11th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News, North Hawaii News

The test of the siren near the 15-mile marker of Highway 19 is scheduled between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m.

A helicopter tour company has abandoned plans to ferry tourists to the former site of Jack Thompson's house in Royal Gardens, shown a day after its destruction by lava. File photo courtesy of Mick Kalber. Paradise Helicopters Abandons Plan to Land in Royal Gardens February 11th, 2013 · 1 Comment · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

The tour company said it would be too costly to pursue the special permit it needs through a contested case hearing process.

The arrow in this modified Google Maps image shows the area where the Airsoft competition was taking place. Big Island Now graphic. UPDATE: Missing Airsoft Player Found Injured in Ravine February 11th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News

A participant in the simulated combat game was discovered missing following a lunch break Sunday.

Students from Pūnana Leo o Hilo Preschool in Kea‘au prepare their school garden for planting.
Photo courtesy of the Hawai‘i Island School Garden Network. FoodCorps Expanding to Hawai`i, Seeking Service Members February 8th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

The national organization is recruiting for its program to provide healthy, locally produced food for schools.

Participants in the seminar will see such things as this rare hibiscus. National Park Service photo. ‘Behind the Scenes II’ to Provide Tour of Rare Species February 8th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, News

The event includes a look at Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park’s nursery, herbarium and bird and wildlife collection not usually seen by the public.

The seismic activity in the Solomon Islands continues, as indicated in this earthquake map from the US Geological Survey. Larger circles indicate stronger earthquakes. (Click to enlarge.) Strong Aftershocks Continue to Shake Solomons February 8th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

The area, a hotbed of seismic activity, has seen more than 100 aftershocks of magnitude 5.0 or greater since Tuesday’s major quake.

Mark Anthony Whyne makes an appearance Monday with his attorney, Stanton Oshiro, in Hilo District Court. Photo by Dave Smith. Preliminary Hearing Set for Accused Murderer February 8th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News

Mark Anthony Whyne, who has been accused of shooting Faatetai Fiu near Mo`oheau Park in December, is scheduled to be back in court on Monday.

Image courtesy of DOH. Hepatitis Information Available in Ilocano, Pacific Islander Languages February 8th, 2013 · No Comments · East Hawaii News, Featured Articles, News, North Hawaii News, West Hawaii News

The material on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease is available free for Chuukese, Marshallese, Samoan, Tongan and Ilocano communities.

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