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Volcano Update

2015-11-22 01:31

The surface of Kilauea volcano is rarely stationary. There are a variety of processes that each move or change the shape of the volcano and, when active at the same time, create a complex pattern of ground deformation. Satellite-based Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) has become a key tool during the last two decades to illuminate this complexity.

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Arts & Entertainment

2015-11-27 02:45

David Gomes’ 40-year career would be the envy of any acoustical instrument maker worldwide. He has received numerous awards, including first place for an instrument in this year’s Hawaii’s Wood Show. He has a near two-year waiting list for his guitars and ukuleles from musicians in Hawaii, the mainland and Japan. Musicians and retailers come from all over the Pacific to his humble shop in Kohala to pick out their own woods for custom guitars and ukulele.


2015-11-26 01:30

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Nation & World

2015-11-28 01:30

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders calls climate change the greatest threat to national security. Front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton promises to install more than 500 million solar panels across the country.


2015-11-27 10:07

ATLANTA — Georgia has long given its state employees a holiday honoring the birthday of Robert E. Lee, the iconic Confederate general. Though the Civil War leader’s birthday falls on Jan. 19, the state generally postpones its commemoration until the day after Thanksgiving to give state workers a day off.