Snakes have no natural predators in Hawaii and pose a serious threat to the state’s environment. Many species prey on birds and their eggs, increasing the threat to endangered native birds. Large snakes can be a danger to the public and small pets. Continue Reading
A survey of 46 farmers by University of Hawaii’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources found they had collectively lost an estimated $27.9 million in destroyed property. Continue Reading
Join KNKR as we broadcast live from Kohala Filipino Fest Saturday from 10-3. Celebrating the Filipino culture with food, music, dance, history, fashion… Continue Reading
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch and high surf warning
through Saturday night. Heavy rains and thunderstorms are possible for Hawaii Island. Continue Reading
Join KNKR this Saturday, October 20 as we broadcast live from the Filipino Fest at Kamehameha Park from 10am-3pm. Celebrating Filipino Culture with food, fashion, music, dance and more…. Continue Reading
HIP Ag’s 9th Annual ‘ĀINA FEST will be November 3 from Noon to 10 at the Kohala Village Hub.
After 30 days of quiet the Kiluea alert level has been lowered to Yellow:Advisory with no active lava in sight. BIVN’s video update: https://youtu.be/BBwpiAiatjE Continue Reading