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Maui Police Shooting, Waialua Arson, Traffic Troubles in Honolulu

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

MAN SHOT DEAD BY MAUI POLICE OFFICER

We're following a developing story on Maui where a man is shot dead by a police officer. Lisa Kubota will have a live report.

WAIALUA ARSON INVESTIGATION

Honolulu police have opened an arson investigation after an early morning fire at a Waialua farm. As Brooks Baehr reports, the fires didn't do a lot of damage but put firefighters in harms way.

STUDY: HONOLULU HAS WORST TRAFFIC

A new study reveals Honolulu has the worst traffic in America. Our city beat Los Angeles and New York to take the top spot. Our Tim Sakahara tells us how many hours Honolulu drivers spend wasting time sitting in traffic and what solutions the State says it's working on.

EXCLUSIVE: ONE ON ONE WITH SHANE VICTORINO

We're in Philadelphia for an exclusive interview with Hawaii's Shane Victorino! Join us at 5:30 as we talk story with the "Flyin'

Hawaiian" and find out how you can help him make it into a very important game!

See you on the news!

Steph

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