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Cold Case Arrest, Sinking Ala Wai Sewer Pipe, HNN goes to Prom

Hope you're enjoying your Tuesday! Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for Hawaii News Now at 5 & 5:30.

BIG ISLAND COLD MURDER CASE CRACKED

Nearly 6 years after a woman was killed on the Big Island, a retired LAPD officer is indicted for murder. 59-year-old Daniel Dejarnette appeared in a Kona courtroom this morning. Lisa Kubota spoke to an investigator about the clues that may have helped them crack the cold case.

ALA WAI SEWER PIPE UPDATE

It's been 11 days and the sewer pipe that surfaced in the Ala Wai canal is still not back where it belongs. Jim Mendoza shows us what City crews are doing to submerge the stubborn pipe tonight at 5.

CUTTING BUS ROUTES AND MORE...?

The Board of Education looks over the school bus budget and tries to find ways to fill a $16M shortfall. As Tim Sakahara reports there are some drastic measures on the table besides just cutting school bus routes.

FACEBOOK I.P.O HYPE

Facebook is going public later this week and everyone's wondering how the popular social media networking site will shake up the stock market. Kara Tsuboi looks at whether the company's future will be a financial success or flop tonight at 5:30.

HNN'S LADIES PROM PICS REVEALED!

Last night the brave men of Hawaii News Now like Shawn Ching and Steve Uyhara showed off their old prom pictures. Did you like their 80's hair-dos? Tonight, wait'll you see the ladies of HNN! Tune in and ....Don't forget to send us your old prom pics for our special prom slideshow!

Shawn, Guy and I will see you tonight at 5 & 5:30!

Aloha,

Steph

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