Things at Hawaii's erupting Kilauea volcano are kicking up.
Zivile Roditis has spent the last week anxiously watching the Kilauea volcano, belching and churning molten lava into her neighborhood in Leilani Estates.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano appears to be mimicking behavior last seen in 1924, when it morphed from producing slow-moving lava to spitting up columns of ash and tons of rock that landed more than half a mile away.
After surviving earthquakes and molten lava, residents of Hawaii's Big Island now have new threats to worry about: steam-driven explosions, hazardous volcanic smog and acid rain.
If the images of liquid fire don't grab you, these staggering numbers from the Kilauea volcano eruption might.
Ford could halt production of the F-150, its bestselling and most profitable vehicle, following a fire at a supplier's plant in Michigan last week.
The final countdown is on and everything has been meticulously planned down to the final detail.
Two new vents from the erupting Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island prompted officials on Tuesday afternoon to order the immediate evacuation of residents remaining in Lanipuna Gardens.
As molten lava continues its relentless, unstoppable flow down the Kilauea volcano, many on Hawaii's Big Island are looking to the ancient volcano goddess Pele for protection.
A series of five temblors struck California in about 18 hours, three of them near the small town of Cabazon, according to the US Geological Survey.
There's no way to stop lava.
Brandon Clement arrived in the Leilani Estates community on Hawaii's Big Island Sunday, hoping to witness the ongoing eruption of the Kilauea volcano. Officials had allowed evacuated residents return to check their homes.
The destructive tear of this volcanic eruption isn't over yet.
Unless you're a meteorologist or you live in an area with an active volcano, you may not know that a hot spot can refer to more than just Wi-Fi.
With homes destroyed and lava spraying into a Hawaiian neighborhood, the concern for many homeowners is: Will the damage be covered?
When Jordan Sonner bought her home on Hawaii's Big Island in 2016, she knew her neighborhood sat in the East Rift Zone, in the shadow of the Kilauea volcano.
Hawaii officials are evacuating areas of the Big Island following a series of earthquakes and volcanic activity, and at least 26 homes have been destroyed, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator Talmadge Magno
Like tributaries, the cracks ripped through streets near Steve Gebbie's home. Later, steam rose from the widening fissures before orange columns of molten rock erupted geyser-like into the tropical air.
The sprawling Tinder Fire in Arizona has destroyed 33 primary homes and 54 minor structures since it was sparked by an abandoned illegal campfire two weeks ago, officials said.
Hawaii residents faced the threats of more earthquakes, lava and dangerous gas Saturday after the Kilauea volcano erupted, spewing sulfuric acid and molten rocks into neighborhoods.
Hawaii's famous Kilauea volcano has spewed lava for decades, becoming a major tourist destination even as it threatened nearby residents.
Indian authorities have warned citizens they are facing five days of isolated thunderstorms and high winds, after dangerous weather left more than 114 people dead across northern parts of the country.
Hundreds of earthquakes in Hawaii are shaking the eastern side of the Big Island, and authorities are concerned that the Kilauea Volcano could erupt.
Carbon dioxide (CO2), the No. 1 greenhouse gas leading to man-made global warming, has reached a dubious new milestone.