With hundreds of people still in emergency shelters more than a month into Kilauea volcano's latest eruption, homes are still being destroyed and tempers are fraying.
Exploding magma from the Big Island's Kilauea volcano cuts off a highway and reaches the ocean. Flying lava hits a man, shattering his leg.
"You have to ask Pele," said one of the evacuees, referring to the volcano goddess of traditional Hawaiian belief, when asked when he might return home.
Civil defense officials caution the public about high levels of sulfur dioxide near the Kilauea Volcano and urge vulnerable people to evacuate immediately.
Under a bill passed by state lawmakers, the sale of lotions containing oxybenzone and octinoxate—which can be toxic to coral—will be blocked by 2021.
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee who sent out a false missile alert refuses to talk to the FCC or internal investigators.
Hawaii's mistaken missile alert has raised questions about whether any state should be solely responsible for notifying the public of such an event.
The world now stands "at the very limit," said the leader of the Catholic Church. "I am really afraid of this.”