Flash Flood Watch in Effect for Big Island

Monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action if a flash flood warning is issued.
November 17, 2019

Demonstrators on Maunakea Prep for Weather

As the months drag on and cooler temperatures come back to the island, their resolve remains the same. For the past month, people on the mauna have been preparing for the cold.
November 17, 2019

ACLU of Hawai‘i Joins ʻGivingTuesdayʻ Movement

The ACLU of Hawai‘i is accepting contributions during this year’s global GivingTuesday event on Dec. 3. 
November 16, 2019

Small Craft Advisory

Seas are expected to be 8 to 13 feet.
November 16, 2019

$850k in Federal Funding to Help Disabled Homeless in Hawai‘i

The funding will provide new vouchers to help disabled individuals seeking safe housing. 
November 16, 2019

DLNR Presented with Monstrous Tilapia Fish

The Nile tilapia is an invasive species that may be threatening native species and local ecosystems.
November 16, 2019

Free Trauma Care Workshop Offered in Hilo, Kona

Led by Daniel “Ka‘eo” Goya, the workshops will explore how to identify and support cases of unresolved trauma.
November 16, 2019

UH Studies Examine Impacts of Feral Pigs

The studies examined the impacts of feral pigs on soil bacteria and insects in specific habitat areas.
November 16, 2019

Endemic Species Found in Newly Developed Pools at Pohoiki

Where the historic Pohoiki boat ramp as become obsolete after the Kilauea eruption in 2018, new life is beginning to flourish on the newly created black sand beach in several anchialine pools. 
November 16, 2019

Police Vehicle Totaled After Being Struck by Fleeing Tacoma Truck Driver

Police are asking the public's help in locating a 24-year-old woman wanted in connection to a crash involving an officer's vehicle, officials stated late Friday afternoon.
November 15, 2019