HONOLULU Hawaii's governor on Friday declared an emergency on the island of Maui, where firefighters were battling a blaze that forced the evacuations of thousands of people and sent huge clouds of smoke billowing over nearby beaches. | Video
HONOLULU Tropical Storm Lane, greatly diminished from the major hurricane it once was, drifted away from the Hawaiian coast on Saturday, but lingering showers threatened to trigger more flooding and landslides. | Video
HONOLULU, Aug 25 Tropical Storm Lane threatened
to drench Hawaii's most populated island of Oahu on Saturday,
after lingering just south of the U.S. state and unleashing
torrential rains and flooding on the Big Island, weather and
civil defense officials said.
HONOLULU Hawaii was spared a direct hit by a major hurricane as Lane, once a monster tempest, rapidly weakened into a tropical storm, even as it unleashed severe flooding on the Big Island and threatened to drench Oahu and Maui. | Video
HONOLULU, Aug 24 Hurricane Lane, a powerful
Category 3 storm, spun slowly north out of the Pacific toward
Hawaii on Friday, causing torrential downpours and catastrophic
flooding on the Big Island.
HONOLULU Hurricane Lane, a powerful Category 3 storm, lashed Hawaii on Thursday with high winds and torrential rain, causing flash floods, landslides and raging surf as residents hunkered down to ride out the storm. | Video
HONOLULU, Aug 23 Hurricane Lane, threatening a
direct hit as Hawaii's worst storm in a quarter century, on
Thursday churned toward Oahu, the island with the largest
population, as schools, government offices and business closed
and residents stocked up on supplies and boarded up homes.
HONOLULU Hurricane Lane churned slowly toward Hawaii late on Wednesday as schools, government offices and business closed and residents stocked up on supplies and boarded up homes. | Video
HONOLULU Hurricane Lane strengthened to a Category 5 storm on Tuesday as it charged toward Hawaii where residents braced for "life threatening" winds and flooding, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.