Wrong Hawaii Emergency Response Worker Threatened After Misleading PhotoWhen an erroneous alert was sent out last month telling people in Hawaii that there was an incoming ballistic missile, Jeffrey Wong was an island away from the state's emergency management agency office where he works as an operations officer.
Hawaii Worker Sent False Missile Alert Thinking It Was RealA Hawaii employee who mistakenly sent an alert warning of an incoming ballistic missile earlier this month thought an actual attack was imminent, federal regulators said Tuesday.
Feds: Hawaii Missile Alert Employee Not Cooperating In ProbeThe Hawaii state employee who mistakenly sent an alert warning of a ballistic missile attack earlier this month is refusing to cooperate with federal and state investigators.
Hawaii Governor Was Slow To Correct Missile Blunder Because He Forgot His Twitter PasswordAlthough Governor David Ige reportedly knew the alert was a mistake two minutes after it was sent, Ige confessed he forgot what his Twitter password was so he could tell the public.
Lawmakers Ask If States Or Feds Should Handle Missile AlertsThe confusion — and panic — have raised questions about whether any state should be solely responsible for notifying the public of such an event — especially as Washington and North Korea trade insults and threats.
Missile-Alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About A Real EmergencyA blunder that caused more than a million people in Hawaii to fear that they were about to be struck by a nuclear missile fed skepticism Sunday about the government's ability to keep them informed in a real emergency.
Hawaii Officials Mistakenly Warn Of Inbound MissileA push alert that warned of ballistic missile heading straight for Hawaii and sent residents into a full-blown panic Saturday was a mistake, state emergency officials said.
Best Friends For 60 Years Discover They Are BrothersTwo life-long friends from Hawaii found out that they have even more in common than they first thought.
Trump Asks Supreme Court For Full Enforcement Of Travel BanThe Trump administration is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the latest travel ban to take full effect.
Inconsistencies Cast Doubt On Harrowing Tale Of Sea SurvivalTwo Hawaii women who say they were lost at sea on a sailboat for months never activated their emergency beacon, the U.S. Coast Guard said, adding to a growing list of inconsistencies that cast doubt on their harrowing tale of survival.
Ship With Sailors Rescued At Sea Reaches U.S. Base In OkinawaTwo women from Hawaii who were adrift on a storm-battered sailboat in the Pacific for months set foot on solid ground Monday at a U.S. Naval base in southern Japan.
Two Sailors Lost Months At Sea Credit Dogs For Keeping Spirits UpA planned voyage from Hawaii to Tahiti aboard a small sailboat didn't start off well for two Honolulu women.

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