More refugees are likely headed for the Pahoa Community Center, where hundreds already reside. Some have been there for weeks.
In addition to lava flows, plants have been burned by toxic gases and irrigation systems have been damaged.
Lava refugees, forced from their homes by the volcano, are squeezing into every available space.
Losses are mounting in the hundreds of millions of dollars as Kilauea pushes molten lava through neighborhoods.
Some mention her casually while others are true believers. But just about everyone in this lava-ravaged region is dropping her name.
Evacuees don’t know when they’ll be able to go home — or if they’ll still have homes at all.
Just hours before a new eruption threatened a subdivision, residents and visitors were buzzing with excitement.
Hawaii County looks to clear out roadside businesses and relocate the parking lot for its lava flow viewing area. Nearby residents are unhappy.
Millions of dollars have been spent to enlarge and spruce up the university, but there’s a five-year trend of fewer students.