A United Airlines flight from Denver to Hawaii was forced to dump fuel and return to Denver International Airport on Friday after reporting problems with an engine.
United Airlines spokeswoman Maddie King said Flight 328, carrying 333 passengers, landed safely Friday and passengers got off at the terminal. No injuries were reported.
The plane had to turn around Friday afternoon.
Airport spokesman Heath Montgomery says a small grass fire near a runway may have been caused when the jet took off.
Montgomery says the fire has been contained.
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Life-threatening surf is again headed for north- and west-facing shores.
The Honolulu Fire Department has released more than 40 video clips that show the inside of the Marco Polo condominium in the aftermath of last year's seven-alarm fire.
High surf and rising tides have created dangerous conditions for many coastal areas in Hawaii, where erosion has become a major issue.