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North Korean Missile Threat

Hawaii Teacher: Reminding My Students South Korea Has It Much Worse North Korean Central News Agency

Hawaii Teacher: Reminding My Students South Korea Has It Much Worse

They came back to school still anxious about the false missile alarm, but they felt a little better after looking at a world map.
What If A Missile Scare Happened On A School Day? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What If A Missile Scare Happened On A School Day?

Hawaii schools sent letters to parents saying they are holding drills to prepare students and staff for emergency situations.
Tick Tock Of Terror: Timeline Of False Missile Alert Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Tick Tock Of Terror: Timeline Of False Missile Alert

The sequence of events involving the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency's infamous Saturday morning.
Schatz: Missile-Alert System Is Still Hawaii’s Kuleana Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Schatz: Missile-Alert System Is Still Hawaii’s Kuleana

State and federal officials aim to fix the warning system -- and hopefully, rebuild the public's trust -- by this summer.
Legislature Convenes Amid Buzz Over False Missile Alert Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Legislature Convenes Amid Buzz Over False Missile Alert

UPDATED: Lawmakers highlight housing and education priorities while addressing public concerns over the Saturday panic.
Missile Scare Motivates Activists Who Fear Military’s Presence Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Missile Scare Motivates Activists Who Fear Military’s Presence

The false alarm occurred four days before the 125th anniversary of the Hawaiian Kingdom's overthrow.
Denby Fawcett: Pity Hawaii’s False Alarm ‘Button Pusher’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Denby Fawcett: Pity Hawaii’s False Alarm ‘Button Pusher’

Sure he started a statewide panic, but it's too easy to make this guy the pariah.
Hawaii Distributed Phony Image Of Missile Warning Screen Hawaii Emergency Management Agency

Hawaii Distributed Phony Image Of Missile Warning Screen

Gov. David Ige's office sent out a screenshot of menu options for emergency warnings that it thought was real.
FEMA: Hawaii Didn’t Need Approval To Retract Missile Alert Screen shot

FEMA: Hawaii Didn’t Need Approval To Retract Missile Alert

State officials have said they weren't clear on whether they could use their system to cancel the first alert.
Chad Blair: Is David Ige’s Political Nene Cooked? Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Chad Blair: Is David Ige’s Political Nene Cooked?

Opponents smell blood as Hawaii’s governor takes heat for the false nuclear missile alert.

General Will Review Why Hawaii Sent Out False Nuke Alarm Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

General Will Review Why Hawaii Sent Out False Nuke Alarm

The initial review ordered by Gov. David Ige is due in 30 days, with a final report due in 60 days.
AP Reporter Recounts Moments After Hawaii Missile Alert AP

AP Reporter Recounts Moments After Hawaii Missile Alert

He joined the impromptu exodus from Honolulu of shaken drivers with one hand on the steering wheel, the other on a cellphone.
North Korean Missile Threat