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U. H. Sex Assault, Cable Gets 'OK', TJ Maxx Grand Opening

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

ANOTHER U. H. STUDENT REPORTS SEXUAL ASSAULT

University of Hawaii at Manoa officials say another student has said she was sexually assaulted. The female student reportedly told another student that she was assaulted at 3:30 this morning while leaving the nearby Kanewai Park. Ben Gutierrez will have more of the late breaking details at 5.

LAWMAKERS GIVE "OK" TO UNDERSEA CABLE

A big, but controversial project has received the green light from state Lawmakers--an inter-island undersea electric cable. Tim Sakahara will have more info from the State Capitol where lawmakers wrapped up the 2012 session today.

GULTY PLEA IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THEFT

Also tonight, a former Kalihi elementary school secretary has pled guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from Fern Elementary School where she worked. That story from Keoki Kerr.

LONG LINES, BIG CROWDS FOR 'TJ MAXX' GRAND OPENING

And, designer fashions at a good price can now be found at the new TJ Maxx store. Of course, that meant long lines for its grand opening at the Ward Village Shops today. Ramsay Wharton reports that two other stores will soon be opening up at other locations around Oahu.

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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