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Road Closures

Also, please be careful when driving as the rain is not stopping and mudslides have been reported. In Hawi, we have had almost 2 inches of rain since yesterday. Stay safe. Hawaii Police Department reports that Highway 19 at mile 13 is closed both lanes due to a landslide near Honomu.  Department of Transportation estimates 2 hours for clearing to reopen. There are no detours in this area. Avoid this […]

todayAugust 23, 2018 19


Post offices closed

Hawaii island: There will be no mail delivery and all post offices will be closed on Thursday. There will be no mail pickup from blue USPS mail boxes.

todayAugust 22, 2018 8



The Hawaiian Electric Companies are moving crews and equipment where needed as Hurricane Lane approaches the islands, and want customers to know they should prepare for storm-related power outages. The companies are closely monitoring Hurricane Lane’s movement in order to stage crews in areas most likely to be affected. Hawaiʻi Island and Maui County are under a hurricane warning while Oʻahu is under a hurricane watch. Due to impending weather […]

todayAugust 22, 2018 11


Shelters Opened in West Hawaii

Due to the potential effects of Hurricane Lane, four emergency shelters have been opened on the north and west side of Hawaii Island. These shelters are for your convenience, but there is NO mandatory evacuation at this time. The shelters are available if you need to relocate. 1. Hookena Elementary School 86-4355 Mamalahoa Highway Captain Cook, Hawaii 96704 2. Kamehameha Park Hisaoka Gym 54-382 Kamehameha Park Road Kapaau, HI 96755 […]

todayAugust 22, 2018 12


General Preparedness for Hurricane Lane

GENERAL PREPAREDNESS Fourteen (14)-day Emergency Supply Kit With Hawaii’s remoteness it could be as long as two weeks or more before a full disaster relief operation can be initiated. Hawaii residents need to be prepared to take care of all of their emergency needs and those of their family for at least 14-days following a major island or state-wide disaster. Your emergency supplies kit should contain enough of the following […]

todayAugust 21, 2018 3


Siren Testing

Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 10:15 AM. Hawaii County Civil Defense and Hawaii Emergency Management will be conducting new siren testing on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The sequence will include cycling the siren system on and off throughout a one hour time frame. Tuesday August 14 Siren One hour Testing at: Ho’okena Beach Park (Mid-morning) Ho’opuloa (Early Afternoon) Hawaiian Ocean View Estates (Afternoon) Wednesday August 15 Siren Testing at: Honoka’a […]

todayAugust 14, 2018 12



State Representative, Dist 7 - D TARNAS, David 2,904 51.9% EVANS, Cindy 2,505 44.8% State Representative, Dist 7 - R BELEKANICH, Tom 712 80.2% Councilmember, Dist 9, County of Hawaii RICHARDS, Herbert (Tim) 2,645 49.4% PARISH, Maya 2,267 42.3% State Senator, Dist 4 - D INOUYE, Lorraine Rodero 4,982 51.9% KIMBALL, Heather L. 4,092 42.6% Governor - D IGE, David Y. 124,528 50.2% HANABUSA, Colleen Wakako 107,583 43.4% CARAVALHO, Ernest […]

todayAugust 12, 2018 4


Hawai’i County Stats

HAWAI'I COUNTY STATISTICS REGISTRATION AND TURNOUT **************************************** **************************************** PRIMARY TOTAL REGISTRATION 112,885 TOTAL TURNOUT 32,837 29.1% PRECINCT TURNOUT 5,487 4.9% CONSTITUTION PARTY (C) 5 0.0% GREEN PARTY (G) 14 0.0% DEMOCRATIC PARTY (D) 4,801 4.3% LIBERTARIAN PARTY (L) 10 0.0% NONPARTISAN BALLOT (N) 24 0.0% REPUBLICAN PARTY (R) 608 0.5% SPECIAL ONLY 22 0.0% MULTI-PARTY VOTING 3 0.0% ABSENTEE TURNOUT 27,350 24.2% CONSTITUTION PARTY (C) 17 0.0% GREEN PARTY (G) […]

todayAugust 11, 2018 12


8:30pm Election Updates

Tim Richards 49.8% Maya Parish 42.1%   Dave Tarnas 52.2% Cindy Evans 44.6%   Lorraine Inouye 52.4% Heather Kimball 42.2%   David Ige 50.3% Colleen Hanabusa 43.6%     Josh Green 31.3% Jill Tokuda 27.6%

todayAugust 11, 2018 11