Glowing lava spews from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano

On Sept. 13, the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island kept ejecting lava from vents, following an eruption that started on Sunday afternoon. The footage featured is courtesy of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), which has strategically placed cameras at Kilauea's Halemaumau crater to observe and track its activity.

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupts again

The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island has erupted for the third time this year. Incredible footage shows a sea of molten rock and lava spewing out of the base of the volcano's crater. The eruption does not pose a threat to local communities. It's the first eruption in two months following two others in January and June.

Forecasters now predict 'above normal' 2023 Atlantic hurricane season: Here's why

Forecasters at NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC) have increased their prediction for the remainder of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season from a near-normal level of tropical cyclone activity to an above-normal level of activity due to record-warm sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic that are expected to counterbalance the conditions associated with the ongoing El Niño event in the Pacific.

Cleanup continues after Mississippi tornado carved trail of devastation

People in parts of Mississippi are still cleanup, after at least 25 people were killed and dozens more injured as a result of a tornado. The state's governor, Tate Reeves, has declared a State of Emergency, and cities have already started to receive federal resources. Reporter Caroline Elliot has more.