The Kilauea volcano in Hawaii has already destroyed dozens of structures and nearly 117 acres of land. That story top’s this morning’s Breakfast Buzz.
And things may get worse as the aloha state heads into the weekend. State officials say Kilauea’s activity resembles what was seen right before a major eruption in 19-24 when enormous rocks called “ballistic boulders” were launched from the earth. Other potential hazards that could be coming: acid rain, volcanic smog, known as “vog” and even more lava.
Graduation season is here and according to linked-in, the job title recent college grads most want is of a software engineer. Linked-in estimates that software engineers make about $92,000 within the first few years of their careers. The second most sought after job is of an investment banking analyst with earnings of around 85,000 in the first year.
A man’s quest to find love online ended with him contacting police. The Arizona man says he met a woman online and went on a date with her. But things escalated quickly when she started sending several text messages we are talking about more than 65,000 text messages. Some of the messages were threatening with the woman allegedly telling the man she would kill him if he left and bathe in his blood. She was arrested on Tuesday and spoke to reporters from jail saying she was in love. “I felt like I met my soul-mate and everything was just the way it was and I thought we would just do what everybody else did and we would just get married and everything would be fine but that’s not what happened.”