Native Hawaiians are still waiting for the military to remove unexploded bombs
By Rob Perez firstname.lastname@example.org
Nov. 26, 2022
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A loan that Liliu Ross secured to build a new house on her Hawaii Island lot fell through in 2014 over concerns about unexploded ordnance. She and her son, Kealii Ross, continue to live in a shack that they have spruced up on the property.