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Letisha Mims and Nolan Keola Reed at Kaawaloa

VIDEO: Hawaii kayak guides return to Kaawaloa after deadly waves

VIDEO: Hawaii kayak guides return to Kaawaloa after deadly waves

KAAWALOA, Hawaii: One day after the end of search and rescue operations for 15 year old Tyler Madoff, swept out to sea by large waves at Kaawaloa Lighthouse near Kealakekua Bay, the guides who were with Madoff’s tour group on July 4th return to the scene of the tragedy. In this video, shot by Matt

Kealakekua search update, Sunday July 8

[FMP poster="http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/media/southkona/VIDEOsouthkona.jpg" width="280" height="153"]http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/media/2012/07july/0706kealakekua.mp4[/FMP] NAPOOPOO, Hawaii: The search continues for a 15 year old boy who was swept out to sea by large waves at Ka’awaloa near Kealakekua Bay. The Coast Guard Hawaii identified the missing boy as Tyler Madoff of White Plains, New York. The boy was with a guided kayak tour while traveling

Helicopter searches as waves crash around Kaawaloa

VIDEO: Waves sweep New York boy to sea in Hawaii, another injured

KAAWALOA, Hawaii: A tragic situation is unfolding at Ka’awaloa near Kealakekua Bay. One visiting 15-year old boy has been hospitalized and another 15-year old boy is missing following a public accident at the Ka’awaloa Light House on July 4th. The Coast Guard Hawaii identified the missing boy as Tyler Madoff of White Plains, New York.

Councilwoman Brenda Ford presents her CIP budget amendments

VIDEO: South Kona CIP changes could benefit Napoopoo and Milolii

HILO, Hawaii: A special meeting of the Hawaii County Council was held on Thursday, where the nine local lawmakers approved a $365 million dollar operating budget for the upcoming fiscal year by a vote of 8 to 1. [MORE VIDEO: Hawaii Council passes $365 million budget, no big changes] Perhaps the most interest in Thursday’s budget

VIDEO: Hawaii tsunami cleanup – community kokua at Napoopoo

Video courtesy Lynn Beittel, Matt Binder of Visionary Video The local community gathers at the sacred Kealakekua Bay to help the village of Napo’opo’o, which was devastated by the recent tsunami that hit Kona on the Big Island. Cars, homes and rubbish were left scattered around the village when the waters finally receded on Friday.

RAW VIDEO: Kona tsunami – House washes away, floats in bay

Video courtesy Lynn Beittel, Matt Binder of Visionary Video The tsunami that washed over Hawaii’s shoreline did the worst damage on the western, Kona side of the Big Island early Friday morning. Kailua Village was hit hard, but it was the remote areas of South Kona that sustained the most severe wallop. The image of a home floating

VIDEO: Coffee quarantine for Kona, Hawaii Island approved

November 28, 2010 – Kona, Hawaii Video courtesy Hawaii County Office of the Mayor | Voice of Karin Stanton For coffee farmers like Sotero Agoot, work on the Kona Pacific Farmers Co-op in Napoopoo has been a lot more challenging ever since a little bug showed up. It is unknown at how the Coffee Berry

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