Monday, July 16, 2018
As lava destroys Hawaii homes, owners ask: Am I covered?
HONOLULU (AP) — Patricia Deter moved from Oregon to Hawaii to be closer to her two daughters, but the Kilauea volcano burned down her home only a month after she bought it.
(Possibly) Related news
Bali volcano hurls lava in new eruption
Lava hurls from Bali volcano in new eruption
Is there a new volcano on Hawaii?
Giant telescope project before Hawaii Supreme Court again
Hawaiians Blame Misunderstanding of Volcano and 'Doomsday' Headlines for Big Drop in Tourism
Black hole eats and destroys hapless star which wandered too close
'There was a future': Past Hawaii eruptions provide lessons
After asylum limits, some ask: Does 'gang violence' need a new name?
'Like Dominoes.' Brushfire Destroys Homes in Utah Tourist Town as Wildfires Menace U.S. West
Is Hawaii's Kilauea volcano shooting green gems into the air?
More in science
The Woman Harassed by the Capital Gazette Shooter Felt ‘Traumatized and Terrorized’
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study Says
Honeybees finding it harder to eat at America's bee hot spot
Satellite Images Show North Korea Is Expanding a Missile
Japan’s Latest Attempt at Private Spaceflight Fails on Liftoff
Seattle bans plastic straws, utensils at restaurants, bars
A Youth Soccer Team Has Been Trapped in a Thai Cave for More Than a Week. Here's Why It's Taking So Long to Find Them
SpaceX Capsule Brings AI Robot to Space Station
Tear it up on Mars in ‘Red Rover,’ the driving sim built on NASA data
Brits Are Running Low on Crumpets and Beer as CO2 in Short Supply
Other sites in our network:
Free poker bankrolls
Best Poker Affiliates
Global travel network
Cremation Chapel Hill