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
PAHOA, Hawaii Dressed in heavy cotton, a helmet and respirator, Jessica Ball worked the night shift monitoring "fissure 8," which has been spewing fountains of lava as high as a 15-story building from a slope on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano.
HALEKAMAHINA HILL, Hawaii Dale Altman and his grandson Josh Doran live on a 5-acre (2-hectare) plot atop a hill on Hawaii's Big Island by the erupting Kilauea volcano, where they grow medical marijuana.
PAHOA, Hawaii Hundreds of construction workers hammered together 20 temporary housing units on Saturday for families forced from their homes by Hawaii's erupting Kilauea Volcano in what Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim called a source of hope.
PAHOA, Hawaii Approximately 600 homes have been swallowed by lava flows from Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii's Big Island since early last month, marking its most destructive eruption in modern times, Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim said on Thursday.
PAHOA, Hawaii An ever-creeping wall of lava from Kilauea Volcano has engulfed two entire seaside housing tracts at the eastern tip of Hawaii's Big Island, government scientists reported on Wednesday, an area where civil defense officials said nearly 280 homes once stood. | Video
PAHOA, Hawaii, June 6 An ever-creeping wall of
lava from Kilauea Volcano has engulfed two entire seaside
housing tracts at the eastern tip of Hawaii's Big Island,
government scientists reported on Wednesday, an area where civil
defense officials said nearly 280 homes once stood.
PAHOA, Hawaii A growing river of molten rock flowing from a fissure at the foot of Kilauea Volcano is believed to have demolished scores of additional homes and filled in a small bay at the eastern tip of Hawaii's Big Island, civil defence officials said on Tuesday. | Video