• Kilauea Destroys More Homes, Hawaii's Real Estate Community Bands Together

    4 days ago - By RIS Media

    Over a month after the initial outburst by Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on the Big Island, fissures continue to spew fountains of lava up to 150 feet in the air, and the volcano has not shown signs of reduced seismic activity or eruptions following a turbulent six weeks. As the lava continues to flow into the ocean at Kapoho, an estimated 250 acres of new land have already been formed.
    Gas emissions and volcanic smog remain at dangerous levels, contributing to an already hazy atmosphere that can have serious health impacts, such as burning eyes, headaches, sore throat and coughing, especially...
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