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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 24th of November.

ROD TAM PLEADS GUILTY

Honolulu City Councilman Rod Tam has owned up to eating out and charging his tab to taxpayers. Tam pleaded guilty to 26 misdemeanor counts. Details on his possible punishment and reaction from Tam-- at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.

SUSPICIOUS BACKPACK SHUTS DOWN WARD AVENUE

A suspicious backpack discovered at Ward Avenue has shut down traffic. The latest on this developing story ahead at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.

LINGLE'S LEGACY

Our Jim Mendoza sits down for a candid chat with outgoing Governor Linda Lingle at 5 on KGMB and KHNL. Find out what she considers her biggest achievement over the past 8 years and what's in her future.

BLACK FRIDAY STARTS EARLY

Usually, the shopping starts the day after Thanksgiving. Not this year. Teri Okita shows us how retailers are trying to roll out the bargains on turkey day to bring in the business at 6 on KGMB.

THANKSGIVING RUSH

From last minute shopping to travel, see why stores, bakeries, and the airport are slammed tonight.

THANKSGIVING FORECAST

Most people will be watching football and stuffing their faces. Guy Hagi will have our Thanksgiving forecast.

MORE TO KOREA THAN KIMCHEE

Lisa Kubota takes us to Seoul, Korea for a trip that's business and pleasure for a local couple. Why they're eating their way across the country ahead at 6 on KGMB.

CHAMINADE WINS!

The Chaminade men's basketball team did something it hasn't done in 3 years at the Maui Invitational. Mike Cherry has highlights at 6 on KGMB.

GOODBYE GRACE

See how our Sunrise family bid aloha to Grace Lee 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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