On Tuesday, the US National Weather Service said that it was investigating how incorrect alerts were broadcast to cellphones warning residents of possible tsunami waves in coastal cities from New York..
A former Hawaii state worker who sent a false missile alert last month said Friday he's devastated about causing panic but was "100 percent sure" at the time that the attack was real; KDKA's Amy Wadas..
HONOLULU (AP) — Gov. David Ige faces a stiff challenge in the Democratic primary from U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, who is giving up her seat in Congress to try to block him from a second term. Ige.. Seattle Times
You knew it was only a matter of time before legislators pressed for additional reforms to prevent another false missile alert like the one that rattled Hawaii. US Senators Brian Schatz and John Thune.. engadget
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii is appointing a retired Navy captain to lead an overhaul of the state Emergency Management Agency after an employee mistakenly sent an alert warning of a ballistic missile.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.com •Seattle Times
Hawaii has appointed retired U.S. Navy Captain Thomas Travis to lead the state's beleaguered emergency management agency. He replaces interim Administrator Brig. Gen. Moses Kaoiwi, who was leading the.. bizjournals
HONOLULU (AP) — The Latest on Hawaii's refusal to release records related to January's false missile alert (all times local):1 p.m.U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, who is leaving her seat in Congress to.. New Zealand Herald
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Researchers studying the reaction of Hawaii’s residents after the false missile alert say there was far less panic than they anticipated. University of Delaware researchers.. Seattle Times
Chicago (AFP) Feb 7, 2018
A tsunami warning test was accidentally sent as a real alert to the phones of residents along the US East and Gulf Coasts and the Caribbean on Tuesday - just weeks after a.. Terra Daily Also reported by •News24
Here's the latest for Saturday, Feb. 3rd: A cargo train derailed in Ohio; Former Hawaii state worker is devastated about the panic caused by false missile alert; Patriotic rallies held to support.. USATODAY.com
A former Hawaii state worker who sent a false missile alert last month said he's devastated about causing panic but was "100% sure" at the time that the attack was real.
The man in his 50s spoke to.. L.A. Times