Newly released emails reveal a laid-back environment at the agency allowed the false missile alert to be sent to over a million people in Hawaii.
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An employee of the Hawaii agency that mistakenly sent cellphone and broadcast alerts about an imminent missile attack earlier this year said he saw staff members watching movies or TV on the job.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige plans to veto legislation that would expand the state's hotel tax. Ige said Tuesday he would reject the bill, which would have applied the Transient Accommodations … Click to Continue