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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Let's take a look at this morning's Good Things stories.
Prince Harry is okay after taking a royal tumble off a horse. He suffered the fall during a charity polo match in New York City. The 25--year-old prince took in stride and got back on his horse with a smile on his face. Harry's team lost to a group of Argentinean all-stars, but the event did raise money for Aids orphans in Africa.
In a rare public appearance, William Shatner showed up at a Star Trek convention in Tulsa, Oklahoma over the weekend. Thousands of trekies were surprised when Captain Kirk took the stage to speak. Shatner claims he doesn't do appearances at conventions anymore, but says he was drawn to Tulsa for the delicious barbecue. The 79-year-old talked about "going where no man has gone before" and how his career is now taking a new direction.
And Hawaii News Now welcomed a new member to its family over the weekend. Our former assistant news director Christi Young gave birth to Cassera Tomisato. Christi's last day on the job was Friday. Being the efficient person she is, Cassera was born on Saturday weighing 6 pounds, 11 ounces. Proud father Jaime says mom and baby girl are both healthy and doing fine.
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