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Health department surveys provide the most detailed assessment yet of how people are responding to new state preparedness recommendations.
The latest $67 million in federal disaster recovery aid was announced Monday.
Kilauea didn’t just stop spewing lava. It ceased emissions that have been constant since 1983.
A new estimate finds nearly 4,000 families would have been displaced, mostly those living in wooden-frame houses built before the stronger 1995 building regulations.
Walaka is expected to continue weakening as it veers southwest of the atolls.
UPDATED: Oahu’s shelters go mostly unused, and no widespread damage has been reported despite heavy rainfall.