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Kauai man sentenced to prison in DUI homicide case

A Kilauea man was sentenced to prison Thursday for charges arising out of a 2014 drunk driving crash that killed one man.

James Monroe, 54, was sentenced to serve 10 years in prison. 257 more words


Lava After Storm

Volcano Goddess Pele’s steam plume has become more prominent as the eastern most Pacific Ocean entry in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues unabated. Her fluid pahoehoe flows cover the better part of a mile of the recently re-built access road, giving visitors a direct path to the action. 144 more words

Lava Footage

Kilauea's story

I like a photo that tells a story. This image of Kilauea’s lava flow to the ocean shows the vast expanse of land that her lava coated, wiping out the forest that grew here 20 years ago. 107 more words


4.0M earthquake underneath summit of Mauna Loa

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory recorded a magnitude-4.0 earthquake beneath Hawaii Island at 4:25 a.m. Tuesday.

The earthquake occurred underneath Moku‘aweoweo, Mauna Loa’s summit caldera, at a depth of 1.2 km (0.74 mi). 139 more words


Hawai'i - I Watched A Mountain Burn...In A Dress (Pt. 2)

I’m  VERY pro-comfy t-shirt and jeans when it comes to style. But growing out of puberty (and a lot of pep talk and teasing) has actually helped me become more comfortable with my body, i.e I could give two rat holes about slight tummy pudge or big shoulders. 1,578 more words


Looking inside Kilauea

Take a peak with me inside the world’s currently most active volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, Kilauea. The steam is the biggest clue that it is currently erupting — pushing molten lava underground in a tube that leads to the ocean. 96 more words


Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Continues to Erupt!

As of 8:34 AM, Hawaiian Standard Time (HST), yesterday, August 29th, Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano is actively erupting!

More than 450 Volcanoes today form the Pacific Ring of Fire, a sub-oceanic expanse that is host to 75% of the world’s active and dormant volcanoes and an area prone to powerful earthquakes. 372 more words