AP-HI--Hawaii News Coverage Advisory, HI
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Hawaii at 9:30 a.m.
HONOLULU— Tropical storm Olivia is no longer a hurricane, but could still pack a punch as it heads toward the Hawaiian islands. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos.
LEAKY FUEL TANKS
HONOLULU— The U.S. Navy is pushing for the least expensive option in upgrading 20 massive underground fuel tanks that pose risks to a major source of drinking water on Oahu. SENT: 375 words.
BIG ISLAND COMPOSTING FACILITY
HILO— The new proposed site for a Big Island composting facility is away from housing and will cause less of a disruption on the community, officials said. SENT: 265 words.
OF HAWAII INTEREST
— UNITED STATES-NORTH KOREA-REMAINS — Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says that two Korean War dead have been identified from remains turned over to the U.S. in July by North Korea.
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