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FEMA’s Puna report released

By MICHAEL BRESTOVANSKY Hawaii Tribune-Herald Nearly five years after the end of the 2018 Kilauea eruption, a long-delayed environmental report about the reopening of Pohoiki Road and other lower Puna roads inundated by lava finally was published Thursday. In 2018, lava from Kilauea’s lower East Rift Zone covered 13.7 square miles of land in Puna, inundating approximately 32.3 miles ofroads and 14.5 miles of waterlines, according to Hawaii County data. Since then, the county has pursued…Read more

Trump pleads not guilty

Federal prosecutors allege that he tried to overturn the 2020 election By MICHAEL KUNZELMAN Associated Press WASHINGTON – Donald Trump pleaded not guilty Thursday to trying to overturn theresults of his 2020 election loss, answering for the first time to federal charges that accuse him of orchestrating a brazen and ultimately unsuccessful attempt to blockthe peaceful transfer of presidential power. The former president appearedbefore a magistrate judge in Washington’s federal courthouse…Read more

2 US sailors charged with sharing intel with China

The sensitive information allegedly included military-exercise material By JULIE WATSON and LOLITA C. BALDOR Associated Press SAN DIEGO – Two U.S. Navy sailors were charged Thursday with providing sensitive military information to China – including details on wartime exercises, naval operations and critical technical material. The two sailors, both based in California, were charged with similar moves to provide sensitive intelligence to the Chinese. But they were separate cases, and it…Read more

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