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Missing Mother, More Interest in HMC, Job seekers Unite

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

A FOLLOW-UP ON MISSING WAIPAHU WOMAN

We have new information about a mother of three who mysteriously vanished on Mother's Day. Brooks Baehr reports tonight from Waipahu.

ANOTHER BIDDER FOR FORMER HMC HOSPITALS

A former St. Francis Healthcare exec. along with a mainland health care group, has submitted a letter of intent to acquire the former Hawaii Medical Center hospitals. Both of them -- Ewa and Liliha. Tim Sakahara is covering that story.

RAIL CONSTRUCTION MOVES FORWARD

Despite a questionable future, major construction work continued today on the City's controversial rail project.

EDWARDS SITS AS DEFENSE RESTS

The major portions of John Edward's campaign fraud trial is now over. Today the defense rested its case. We'll have the latest info on what's next.

JOB FAIR DRAWS THOUSANDS; CORPSE FLOWER STINKS IT UP

Also -- thousands hit an Oahu job fair looking for work; and--a smell so bad--people are lining up to get a whiff a rare "corpse flower."

Plus, Guy has the latest on Tropical Storm Aletta in the East Pacific. That's all tonight when you join Stephanie Lum and me on Hawaii's most watched news at 5 and 5:30.

Aloha,

Shawn Ching

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