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False Missile Alert Looms as a Black Eye for Hawaii and Its Governor


Across Hawaii on Sunday, people spoke about gathering their families ... “Why did it take so long to correct the mistake?” said Jamie Higa, 34, a real estate agent. “Whoever is responsible clearly failed to do his job. The governor isn’t directly ...


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