The tube system continues to be supplied and lava from the source is making its way to the downslope areas.
Heating from the lava lake triggered another rockfall and explosion early Friday morning.
Always Investigating found out exactly what it cost to give a school up for lost, then bring the campus back to life less than a year later.
Five aftershocks were recorded within the first hour of the earthquake.
No damage has been reported.
One person was reported to have suffered minor burns from falling debris after Mount Shindake erupted.
All backcountry trails between Crater Rim Drive and the coast have been closed, as well as Kulanaokuaiki campground
Fist-size clasts were deposited around the closed Halemaumau visitor overlook.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park reports that thousands of additional visitors are flocking to the park.
Approximately 1,700 students and 300 employees at Pahoa Elementary, Pahoa High and Intermediate, Keaau Elementary, Keaau Middle, Keaau High,…
The planning will also include addressing all of the adjustments made in October 2014 that affected 1,700 students and 300 employees.
In recent weeks, scientists say the Puʻu ʻŌʻō lava flows nearest to the town of Pahoa became inactive.
When it comes to Kilauea, acceptance doesn’t equate to a complete understanding. There are still many questions, including will there ever b…
On June 27, 2014, lava began erupting from a new vent on Pu’u O’o crater.
Advances in technology have helped scientists to better track Kilauea’s every move, but there are limitations and, for county officials, cul…
In 1983, Kilauea’s Pu’u O’o vent erupted, sending lava down into Kalapana. But as forceful as Pele was, one resident was equally stubborn.
The proclamation extends the disaster emergency relief period through December 31. The previous end date was March 6.
The tour allegedly took place within the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve, which was closed due to hazardous conditions related to ongoing vol…
The survey will investigate how Hawaii communities use advised vog protection measures and if they have developed their own strategies.
Hawaii County Civil Defense administrator Darryl Oliveira says he wants “to give the community and our volunteers a break.”