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Abandoned and unkempt, a lonely doghouse sits in this field of steam
But in a dream, the sprawling home that sits on a private road probably wouldn’t be abandoned.
In 2018, she learned many things. Among them: Never underestimate Madame Pele.
Their combination of tech and determination helped put the lava-weary at ease
Harry Kim knows why people live at Kilauea’s doorstep. Because he’s one of them.
"We must all understand what government’s limitations are."
Published May 2, 2019 at 1:20 PM
Lava took this military veteran’s home. Rather than retreat, he simply bought the one next door
Though his property was wiped out, this father and U.S. military veteran is unyielding.
Published May 2, 2019 at 1:18 PM
A tale of two lava-wrecked homes — and two very different insurance policies
“Never in my lifetime I expected this to happen in my own backyard.”
Published May 2, 2019 at 12:36 PM
A farming family blocked from their farm hopes a road carved into the lava leads them home
“Right now, there’s so much suffering."
Published May 2, 2019 at 12:32 PM
A community leader loses her school and her home but not her hope
"The reconstruction could take years. Rebuilding our lives is not just physical, it’s also emotional and spiritual.”
Published May 2, 2019 at 12:31 PM
Her home was spared in the eruption. The problem? She can’t get to it.
We don’t need to talk story any more. These folks want to get back to their livelihoods and it can be done."
Published May 2, 2019 at 12:30 PM
Pele's Path Video
HVNP still faces many challenges a year after Kilauea eruption
Pele's Path: The Journey Home
Coast-to-coast: Lava from the 2018 eruption would cover two lanes of America's longest highway
People on the Big Island struggle to move on from last year's Kilauea eruption
The Abandoned Doghouse | Pele's Path: The Journey Home
Green Lake | Pele's Path: The Journey Home
Come what may, he’s open for business: ‘I’ll hang in there till the bitter end’
“Pele tests people."
Published May 2, 2019 at 12:12 PM
She’s spent her life watching Kilauea. One thing she’s sure of: It will erupt again.
The amount of lava that erupted in those three months would fill Oahu’s Aloha Stadium ― 1,000 times.
Published May 2, 2019 at 11:56 AM
Kilauea’s incredible changes evident at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
“We definitely want people to realize the park is open.”
Published May 2, 2019 at 11:55 AM
Fissure no. 8: Where ‘No trespassing’ is taken as 'Welcome! Please proceed.’
Maybe it should say: Could you please leave us alone?
Published May 2, 2019 at 11:52 AM
She fell into a coma before the lava came. When she emerged, ‘everything was gone.’
"Nothing was there."
Published May 2, 2019 at 11:51 AM
Behind her smile: Grief over what’s been lost, faith in the power of her community to rebuild
"We all are healing from our losses.”
Published May 2, 2019 at 11:50 AM
In a lava-locked kipuka, residents learn just how resilient they really are
"Everything you eat and need and want, you carry in."
‘Lives shattered’: His home was spared by lava. His community wasn’t.
"You're not looking at lava. You're looking at lives shattered."
This home is gone. The driveway, too. But the mailbox was left unscathed.
To outsiders, it’s one of the few remaining signs that life once thrived on the plots of land that have been inundated.
Here’s exactly how much lava came out of the ground during the 2018 Kilauea eruption
The numbers are staggering figures that are probably a little hard to visualize.
Hawaii’s own Yamamoto reflects on his meteoric rise in the majors
Ocean-friendly garden in Kakaako seen as a greater step toward food security
Officers arrest 1, dismantle 4 structures at Mauna Kea as Thirty Meter Telescope construction ramps up
Business Report: New report highlights how Hawaii housing trends
Police seek suspect in armed robbery at beach park in Nanakuli
Woman, child critically injured in crash in Kurtistown