Huge Navy fuel tanks worry Hawaii farmers, utility officials

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AIEA, Oahu (AP) — Anthony DeLuze keeps his ancestors’ traditions alive in 21st century Hawaii by growing the staple crop taro on a suburban plot sandwiched between wings of a sprawling shopping mall. ADVERTISING AIEA, Oahu (AP) — Anthony DeLuze