It might be quite a while before evacuated residents on Hawaii's big island can return to their homes. The Kilauea volcano continues to spew lava, leaving more than two dozen destroyed homes in its wake. The volcano has triggered around 500 earthquakes, including one a magnitude 6.9 on Friday, the largest tremor there in four decades. More than 17-hundred people left their homes as the molten lava spread. Some had started to return but had to quickly leave again as another fissure opened Sunday.