HONOLULU - It will take many millions and years for Hawaii to be completely ready for any emergency.

Governor Ige is asking the legislature for $2 million to start those plans.

The Governor is also reviewing candidates to lead Hawaii’s emergency management agency, following the false missile alert.

Big Island Mayor Harry Kim also shared the concerns he repeatedly sent to the agency about it not being ready for the ballistic missile tests.

Paul Drewes has the full story on Island News at 5, 6, and 10 p.m.