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Coming up on Hawaii News Now Wednesday

Here's what's coming up on Hawaii News Now's early evening newscasts on this Wednesday, the 10th of November.

STINGING DEFEAT FOR SWIMMER

An Australian woman had to call off her swim from Oahu to Kauai 16 miles into her 72 mile quest. And, it was a painful decision. Literally. Penny Palfrey was attacked by jellyfish. See the pictures and hear why she couldn't go on anymore at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.

HAWAII TIES TO MYSTERY MISSILE

A new twist to the mysterious appearance in the skies off Southern California. Experts say what looked like a missile launch could have a Hawaii connection. We'll explain ahead at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.

FOOD PRICES UP

Another price of paradise is on the climb. The USDA warns food prices could go up sharply over the next few months. Ahead at 6 on KGMB, Teri Okita shows us what's behind the increase and why consumers and businesses could be in for more sticker shock.

SINGING THE BLUES IN COURT

A fight over the group name "A Touch of Gold" sparked an impromptu performance in Court today. Minna Sugimoto shows us what's at stake for two groups fighting for the rights to the name at 5.

48 VOTES SEPARATE WINNER FROM LOSER

Ernie Martin was sworn in as Honolulu City Councilman today. He beat John White by just 48 votes to fill the seat left open by Donovan Dela Cruz.

TRIPLE CROWN PREPS

Preps are in full swing for the Triple Crown. Guy Hagi is watching the waves and will have more on conditions for the world famous surf contest starting at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.

FRENCH CONNECTION: HULA

Malika Dudley takes us to Paris to profile a halau and the growing popularity of hula in France at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.

MAKE A WISH

A young boy from North Carolina battling a disease got his wish today thanks to the Make a Wish Foundation and HPD. Tim Sakahara has the touching story at 6 on KGMB.

Our news starts on KGMB and KHNL at 5, continues at 5:30 on KHNL, then shifts to KGMB at 6 and KFVE at 6:30. You can also watch all of our newscasts streaming live at HawaiiNewsNow.com.

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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