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Occupy Wall Street comes to Waikiki

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The month long protest that began with "Occupy Wall Street" spread around the globe today, and included a march through Waikiki. We'll talk with some of the protesters.

Also, a military plane makes an emergency landing at Honolulu International Airport ... police search for a suspect after a 48 year-old man is stabbed in Nanakuli ... and firefighters battle a brush fire on Maui.

Malika Dudley will have the forecast for the rest of the weekend, and Mike Cherry's at the sports desk.

Join us for those stories and more tonight on Hawaii News Now with Lisa Kubota.

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