Companions of a hiker who died sit while being accompanied by US Navy liaisons at Pali Lookout on Sunday, March 29, 2015 in Honolulu. The man fell about 50 feet while hiking at Pali Notches, and Honolulu Fire had to use a helicopter to transport the man, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Residents of Pahoa are returning to normal pursuits now that the danger of the lava threat has been downgraded. At Sacred Heart Church on Friday, Tess Perez, left, and Melinda
LaCaille made ready for Palm Sunday.
As it has for the last 32 years, Kilauea Volcano continues to erupt but the immediate danger to Pahoa town finally appears over following six tense months of fear and anxiety. Over the last few weeks, the river of 2,100-degrees of molten lava slowed, cooled and hardened and life already was returning to normal in Pahoa, which had never been threatened by lava in modern times.
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