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Hawaii National Guard Engineers Build Shelters for Volcano Evacuees

Since June 7, engineers with the Hawaii Army National Guard have been constructing a community of emergency "micro-shelter" housing units here for residents displaced by the ongoing Kilauea eruption.

Inactive WriterKatrina's Aftermath - Racial favoritism in the media coverage of hurricane Katrina's aftermath.
Sean StubblefieldAnd The Good News Is - Hurricane Katrina ruined the lives of many. Let us take a moment to pause and consider the good that comes with the bad.
Matthew KentIllinois Gov. Blagojevich sends help to Katrina victims - Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has ordered state schools in Illinois to assist displaced victims of Hurricane Katrina and has ordered National Guardsmen to Louisiana
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)(Developing Story) Hurricane Katrina puts the Breaks on Gas Shipments in Indian River County Florida - Indian River County, FL - County Commissioner, Wesley Davis stated late Wednesday evening, August 31, 2005, that as a result of damage caused by hurricane Katrina there could be a shortage of gas in Indian River County as well as the State of Florida.
Matthew KentGas Prices Are Skyrocketing - Gas prices expected to increase further across the country as hurricane Katrina causes devastation.
Matthew KentBREAKING NEWS: ABC Anchor Peter Jennings Dead at 67 - As a journalism student in college, I know what it means to be a journalist. And I certainly can thank Peter Jennings for being my major inspiration
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