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Kilauea volcano has erupted more than 4.2 billion gallons of lava since its current summit eruption began Sept. 29.

Woman electrocuted by downed utility lines

A woman was killed and a man injured Tuesday night after power lines fell on a parked vehicle they were in near a residential property in the Hawaiian Shores subdivision in Pahoa.

Lakers debut their new ‘Big 3’ in 111-99 loss to Warriors

LOS ANGELES — Warriors coach Steve Kerr is a curious as any NBA observer to see how former league MVP Russell Westbrook blends with incumbent Lakers stars LeBron James and Anthony Davis as part of the latest “Big Three” to chase a championship together in Los Angeles.

Scholarship created to support library science majors

The Friends of the Libraries Kona (FOLK) recently established the Arne and Ruth Werchick Masters in Library and Information Sciences scholarship fund, reaffirming its continuing support of professional library training. The new scholarship will award $6,000 annually to a candidate enrolled in an American Association of Library Sciences accredited MLIS program.

Kim vows to build ‘invincible’ military while slamming US

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reviewed a rare exhibition of weapons systems and vowed to build an “invincible” military, as he accused the United States of creating tensions and not taking action to prove it has no hostile intent toward the North, state media reported Tuesday.

Obituaries: October 13, 2021

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Hawaii Supreme Court denies request regarding release of inmates

Correction: This Hawaii Tribune-Herald story incorrectly stated the state Supreme Court denied by a unanimous 5-0 vote a petition by the Office of the Public Defender seeking an order to decrease populations in correctional facilities in an attempt to stem the spread the spread of the novel coronavirus. The vote was not unanimous.