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Big Island Tragedy, Wet Weekend, Kakaako Mugging

 

Aloha from Hawaii News Now. Here are some of the stories we're working on  for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts on this Aloha Friday: 

TRAGEDY ON THE BIG ISLAND -- BABY KILLED IN A CAR CRASH
A tragic accident on the Big Island highlights the need to keep children in car seats. Tonight, Tim Sakahara, takes a closer look. 

STORMY WEEKEND FORECASTED
Guy Hagi says it's going to be a wet weekend. He'll have the very latest information from the Hawaii News Now Weather Center starting at 5. 

HONOLULU POLICE ARE ON THE HUNT FOR TWO SUSPECTS 
The two suspects were captured on surveillance video attacking a couple in Kaka'ako. Lisa Kubota reports the attack happened on Saturday. She'll have the latest details at 5. 

WHOLE FOODS: LET'S BREAK BREAD! 
Whole Foods in Kailua finally reveals its opening date and how many people it plans to hire. And it won't be your typical ribbon cutting opening ceremony; this one will involve the proverbial breaking of bread. 

  These are just some of the stories coming up tonight. I hope you'll join Stephanie Lum and me when we see you for Hawaii News Now at 5 and 5:30. 

See you then! 

Aloha, 
Shawn Ching 

 

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