HawaiiNewsNow has had the most in-depth and on-the-ground local coverage. Wednesday night they aired a half-hour documentary, Pele’s Path: Eyewitness to History.
Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL
It’s a day by day look at how this has unfolded for the shaken residents of Puna, for the state officials scrambling to address this fast-moving crisis, and for those who are front-row witnesses to the power of nature at its most destructive… and yet beautiful.
Kilauea’s chief resident has found another way to amaze and/or injure people reckless enough to get too close to her redecorating:
I had a hunch the
Lower East Rift Zone webcam would be interesting tonight. I wasn’t disappointed:
I see what they mean about the Leilani fissures further west (uprift, towards the camera) reactivating today.
Edited to add: Yikes.
It’s 11:06 PM in Hawaii; second screengrab an hour or so later.
I was about to hit post, when I saw erstwhile reporter Mileka Lincoln and her crew posted
(recorded just an hour ago at time of this post.)
Now, let’s have the evening roundup of poignant news, amazing views, and interesting science…
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