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HAWAII RECALL CONFUSION
The Health Department is warning people not to eat Barb's Black Bean Sauce, Ohana Flavors Black Bean sauce, Lemon Miso Dressing from 3660 On The Rise, Aloha Salads, Indigo Eurasian Cuisine and Honolulu Gourmet Foods. The products are all made at the First Commercial Kitchen in Waipio, but were some of those items wrongly placed on the recall list? We'll get to the bottom of this.
CHROMIUM WATER RESULTS
State Officials are debunking a recent report that said Oahu's tap water was tainted with dangerous levels of the chemical Chromium Six. We'll have their results from 11 tests.
DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER
Hawaii's most famous Bounty Hunter Dog Chapman is celebrating Episode 200 of his hit series tonight. Ramsay will report live from Da Kine Bail Bonds with his wife Beth Chapman.
The third time around for the Civil Unions bill brought out a large crowd for a hearing at the State Capitol. What's the next step?
ACROSS THE AISLE
Our political pundits have plenty of fuel for a new addition of Across the Aisle. We'll get their take Governor Abercrombie's State of the State.
SUPER MASSIVE BLACK HOLE
A scientist from the University of Hawaii has helped discover 16 pairs of supermassive black holes in merging galaxies. He'll join us live this morning.
The fastest texters in the world will let their fingers do the talking at a speedy competition tomorrow with a $100,000 prize. So, can Dan Cooke keep up? He'll challenge one of the contestants.
EGAN INOUE BOOT CAMP
Who better to whip you into shape than former Mixed Martial Arts champ Egan Inoue? Malika will try out his intense boot camp.
Get ready to answer a Grammy question for prizes and a chance to win two tickets to see the show live in Los Angeles.
Russ and Lyle are on the search for more cheap eats. Their latest stop is coming up in our 8 o'clock hour on KFVE.
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