Scientists say an eruption of a Hawaii volcano that began nearly two weeks ago has come to a pause.
The curious are expected to flock to the site to watch nature's fury from a distance.
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has begun erupting inside its summit crater.
The park reopened on Saturday, National Public Lands Day, after being shuttered for more than 130 days.
A "basketball-sized" scrap of lava broke through the roof of a boat off the coast of Big Island.
The latest estimate of property losses far surpasses the 215 structures consumed by lava during more than 30 years of an earlier eruption cycle that began in 1983.
Fortunately, there have been no reports of anyone trying this... yet.
Authorities have shut down the plant but local residents remain concerned about potential explosions.
Lava from the Kilauea volcano is dangerously close to a major geothermal power plant in Hawaii.
A major volcanic eruption is imminent in Hawaii as clouds of ash climb 12,000 feet in the air and Kilauea’s lava lake dips to dangerously low levels.