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Severe Weather Ahead, Hokulea Re-Launch, Nimitz Traffic

 

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

WET WEATHER: ROUND 2 
Just days after enduring severe weather for most of the state, here comes another round of rain and possibly thunderstorms. Guy Hagi has got us covered. He'll tell us when the wet stuff is expected to arrive, starting tonight at 5.  

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VOYAGING CANOE HOKULEA RE-LAUNCH 
The Hokulea is back to her former glory -- and ready to set sail around the world! Tannya Joaquin reports on what's being called her 'second birthday.' 

WORK CONTINUES ON NIMITZ HIGHWAY WATERMAIN BREAK 
Crews continue to work on repairs after a 16-inch watermain break on Nimitz Highway. With all that digging, new problems have come up. Tonight at 5, the latest on when the work is expected to be completed. 

BRAIN INJURY REHAB CENTER IN THE WORKS
It's been a long, tough road of recovery for Doctor Theresa Wang -- the woman nearly killed in a traffic accident involving former U.H. quarterback Colt Brennan. Tonight, Brooks Baehr reports on what she says is needed in Hawaii to deal with injuries like the ones she endured.   

These are just some of the stories we'll have at 5 and 5:30. See you then! 

Aloha, 
Shawn Ching 

 

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