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This is an important message from Hawaii County Civil Defense: This is a Civil Defense message for Sunday, November 17 at 8:30 in the morning. The National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Advisory for West facing shores of Hawaii Island from Kawaihae in South Kohala through Kona to South Point in Kau through […]

At 6: 35 on Monday morning, for the second time in two days, an earthquake shook North Kohala. The 4.8 magnitude quake originated from 26 km West of Pepeekeo at a depth of 8.1 miles. Did you feel it? https://earthquake.usgs.gov/data/dyfi/ Coordinates:-155.3556671, 19.8369999 Depth:13.03 km (8.1 mi) Magnitude:4.65 Date:2019-11-11 06:35:53 local2019-11-11 16:35:53 UTCAge: 0 days Distance […]

Solar, wind, storage part of strong response to state’s largest procurement effort Via Helco: More than 75 proposals have been received in response to the Hawaiian Electric Companies’ call for more renewable energy resources to accelerate the state’s transition off fossil fuels used for the generation of electricity. The proposals are for projects on Oahu, Maui […]

A brief 3.08 magnitude earthquake rolled through North Kohala Saturday morning just before 6. According to the USGS: Coordinates:-155.6896667, 20.1138325 Depth:23.04 km (14.3 mi) Magnitude:3.1(revised from 3.08) Date:2019-11-09 05:48:42 local Distance From:10km N of Waimea, Hawaii

 A 26-year-old woman bitten in an apparent shark attack this morning at Kealakekua Bay is now listed in stable condition. The woman, identified as a visitor, was swimming in waters about 50 to 100 feet offshore on the Napoopoo side of the bay about 8:15 a.m. when she was apparently bitten by a shark, Hawaii […]

The director of the Spanish astrophysics institute said the Canary Islands site still remains only a backup to placing the TMT on Mauna Kea.

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