Tropical Storm Lane Departs After Lashing HawaiiLane dumped nearly 3 feet of rain on parts of the Big Island of Hawaii on Thursday and Friday, forcing residents to flee their homes in waist-high water. The storm currently is packing winds of up to 50 mph, but those are expected to weaken as Lane moves west in the Pacific Ocean.
Sluggish Hurricane Lane Pummels Hawaii With Heavy Rain, Landslides And FloodingEmergency crews rescued five California tourists from a home they were renting in Hilo after a nearby gulch overflowed and it flooded Thursday.
Hurricane Lane Approaches Hawaii As Category 3, Flooding TriggeredHurricane Lane was downgraded to a Category 3 Thursday, but the storm's slow motion threatened Hawaii with days of rain. Parts of the Big Island were soaked with more than a foot of rain Thursday.
Blind Veteran Rowing Across Pacific Prepares For Hurricane Lane"A sighted person can see the rolling waves coming at you so you can predict the rolling of the boat. I can't," said Steve Sparkes.
Hurricane Lane Weakens To Category 4 As It Takes Aim At HawaiiIt is packing 160 mph winds and could bring heavy swells, flash flooding and landslides to the Big Island as early as Thursday.
Hurricane Lane Churning Toward HawaiiHurricane Lane is pushing closer tonight to Hawaii. Some tourists and residents are scrambling to get out. Tom Wait reports.
'Suddenly Bedlam': Passenger Describes 'Lava Bomb' Crashing Through Tour Boat RoofOne woman suffered a broken leg and others were burned when the blast sent rocks crashing through the boat's roof.
Lava Destroys 'Hundreds' More Homes In HawaiiA spokeswoman says lava from the Kilauea volcano destroyed hundreds of homes overnight, including one belonging to the Hawaii County mayor.
Gunfire Erupts Amid Lava Flows In HawaiiLava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is spreading to new areas and residents are reaching their boiling point.
Volcano's Lava Flows Into Power Plant, Sparking Fears Of Deadly Gas ReleaseLava continued its steady advance toward the Puna Geothermal Venture Plant before stalling late Monday. The facility is shut down, but the wells there still present a risk if overrun with the molten rock.
Lava From Erupting Hawaiian Volcano Seeps Into Ocean, Creates Toxic CloudMolten rock from Kilauea volcano poured into the ocean, creating a toxic steam cloud formed by a chemical reaction when lava touches seawater.