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Hawaii Man Says He Was '100 Percent Sure' About Sending Missile AlertA former Hawaii state worker who sent a false missile alert last month said Friday that he's devastated for causing panic but was "100 percent sure" at the time that the attack was real.
Hawaii Governor Was Slow To Correct Missile Blunder Because He Forgot His Twitter PasswordAlthough Gov. David Ige reportedly knew the alert was a mistake two minutes after it was sent, he confessed he forgot what his Twitter password was so he could tell the public.
Chances Of Surviving A Missile Attack May Be Higher Than You ThinkChances of surviving a missile attack may be higher than you think.
The Texts Loved Ones Sent During The Hawaii Missile Alert MishapHawaiian residents and vacationers spent 38 horrific minutes preparing for an incoming ballistic missile and possible death on Saturday, until the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency corrected a false alarm message.
Philadelphia Native Recounts Moments When She Received Fake Missile AlertHawaii's emergency management blamed the mistake on a wrong button that was pushed during a shift change and an internal drill.
Hawaii Officials Mistakenly Warn Of Inbound MissileIt wasn't clear exactly what happened, House Speaker Scott Saiki said someone pushed the wrong button, and the White House said the episode was "purely a state exercise."
Best Friends For 60 Years Discover They Are BrothersTwo men in Hawaii, who have been best friends for 60 years, just found out they are brothers.
Woman Finds Possible Record-Breaking 5-Pound Avocado During WalkPamela Wang found an avocado that weighs 5.23 pounds on the Big Island.

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