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Hawaii at 10:40 a.m.
MADISON, Wis. -- No. 22 Wisconsin hosts Hawaii on Saturday. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos.
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HONOLULU -- It has taken only two years for a new butterfly to spread to every Hawaiian island, making its home everywhere from sea level to 6,800 feet up the slopes of Haleakala on Maui, according to University of Hawaii researchers. SENT: 270 words.
SUSTAINABLE SPACE EXPLORATION --An aerospace agency based on Hawaii's Big Island is teaming up with NASA on a project that would bring sustainability into space.
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KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii -- Residents now have a better idea of the cost of protecting water quality and ensuring healthy reefs at Puako Bay. By Bret Yager, West Hawaii Today.
VETERAN PILOT GETS WINGS
HILO, Hawaii -- Despite his heroic service as a bomber pilot in World War II, Walter F. Hughes was not licensed to fly commercially for 70 years after his return to civilian life. By Colin M. Stewart, Hawaii Tribune-Herald.
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END OF DAYS-MORMONS
SALT LAKE CITY -- A rare confluence of a lunar eclipse and a supermoon set to happen this weekend has prompted such widespread fear of an impending apocalypse that the Mormon Church was compelled to issue a statement cautioning the faithful to not get caught up in speculation about a major calamity. By Brady McCombs. SENT: 700 words.
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