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freeway widening, cop faces judge, Merrie Monarch Festival

Hey everyone! Here what's coming up tonight on our 5 and 5:30 newscasts...

WIDENING OF H-1 FREEWAY

The State Department of Transportation is looking at a new way of dealing with traffic at a notoriously busy stretch of the H-1. Lisa Kubota reports on that, live from the H-1 at 5.

TSUNAMI WARNING TECHNOLOGY NOW & THEN

At 5:30 on KHNL, why today's Indonesian earthquake didn't have the same devastating effects as in 2004. Tim Sakahara tell us how technology has changed since then.

ALLEGED "DIRTY COP" HAS HEARING IN FEDERAL COURT

The Honolulu Police officer accused of conspiracy, possession, and distribution of marijuana, had his detention hearing today in Federal court. What did the Judge decide? Brooks Baehr will have the latest on Michael Steven Chu at 5.

HISTORIC AGREEMENT SIGNED BY GOV.

After years of negotiations, Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed Senate Bill 2783 today. It makes OHA whole, transferring about 30 acres of Kakaako Makai land to the quasi-government agency. We'll take you to the signing.

MERRIE MONARCH FESTIVAL SET TO BEGIN

Are you ready for a fabulous week of hula and music at this year's Merrie Monarch festival? It all starts with tonight's Ho'ike performance. Teri Okita brings us a sneak peek.

These are just some of the stories, plus Guy's tells us about changes in the weather department starting tomorrow. That's all ahead when you join Stephanie Lum and me at 5 and 5:30.

See you then!

Aloha,

Shawn Ching

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