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Pro Bowl Done?, Caldwell Endorsement, Bag Ban Losers

Here's what's coming up tonight on our 5 and 5:30 newscasts on Hawaii News Now .

NFL MAY SUSPEND -- OR CANCEL -- 2013 PRO BOWL

The NFL may suspend the 20-13 Pro bowl; that's according to league sources. Tonight, we'll hear from the NFL commish and the head of the players union. More on that from our Sports Director, Chris Tanaka.

WAIKIKI SAND PROJECT STILL NOT OVER

Also, The Waikiki Sand Replenishment Project has still not officially ended. That was supposed to happen earlier this week, but apparently all that's left to do now is smooth out a sand mound. We'll tell you when officials think things will wrap up.

ILWU ENDORSES KIRK CALDWELL

And, one of Hawaii's largest private sector labor unions throws its support behind Kirk Caldwell for Honolulu Mayor. Why the ILWU says Caldwell is better than Carlisle and Cayetano to run the city.

PLASTIC BAG BAN: WINNERS & LOSERS

There are definite winners and losers with the plastic bag ban. Tim Sakahara reports on how Hawaii's local producers of non-biodegradable plastic bags will be affected by the ban.

NEW ON KHNL AT 5:30: GUITAR THIEVES CAUGHT ON VIDEO

This story is about how a couple used social media to track down a group of thieves that pinched one of their prized guitars. And what they did next was all caught on surveillance video. We'll show that to you, new on KHNL at 5:30.

Also tonight, "sunny hazy" was the term for today's weather. Guy Hagi will have your complete forecast, including a bump on the south shore. He'll report live from Magic Island, starting at 5.

These are just some of the stories when you join Stephanie Lum and me on Hawaii's most watched news at 5 and 5:30.

See you then!

Aloha,

Shawn Ching

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