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  The State of Hawaii is in the process of developing a Business Resource Center to aid businesses before, during and after a disaster. The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, partnered ...
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A young ʻuaʻu stretches its wings in preparation for its first flight out to sea. The ʻuaʻu, or Hawaiian petrel, is a federally endangered native seabird that nests at high ...
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Homeland Security urges Americans to report suspicious activity, but what does that mean exactly? To learn more visit Homeland Security at https://www.dhs.gov/see-something-say-something/what-suspicious-activity    

Boy scouts camping at Halape Beach on the Big Island in 1975 were hit by a locally generated tsunami in the middle of the night. The scout leader and a ...
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It’s called Pele’s Hair and consists of long glass fibers the color of golden grain. The fragile strands form from lava fountains and rapidly moving lava flows. To learn more ...
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