U.S. military’s Pacific Command says ballistic missile warning sent in error to Hawaii

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. military’s Pacific Command said on Saturday there was no ballistic missile threat to Hawaii after an official message was mistakenly sent to Hawaii residents’ mobile phones warning them of an imminent attack. A spokesman for the command said it “detected no ballistic missile threat to Hawaii” and that the message warning had been sent in error. The incident occurred amid high international tensions over North Korea’s development of a ballistic nuclear weapon. N...