Despite ongoing seismic and volcanic activity, hundreds of East Hawaii residents participated Saturday in a global walkathon aimed at fighting poverty — and an attempt to set a Guinness World Record.
Rescue operations are underway to retrieve what could be hundreds of animals left in Leilani Estates and Lanipuna Gardens after their owners were forced to evacuate.
Christian “Fish” Fisher aspires to someday pursue computer engineering. In order do that, he’s first starting with a two year Electronic Technology degree from Hawaii Community College.
After two days of disruptive and destructive volcanic activity in lower Puna, residents received some relief lateSaturday when the eight vents that had been emitting lava earlier in the day went quiet.
Eight fissure vents in Leilani Estates “have gone quiet” though officials say activity is likely to pick up again.