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Cayetano Campaigns, Voting Concerns, New Details

BEN CAYETANO BACK ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL

The candidate for Honolulu Mayor and his supporters will be out sign waving in front of the State Capitol this afternoon. Ben Cayetano was released from the Queen's Medical Center on Tuesday after being treated for an apparent bleeding ulcer.  Our Ben Gutierrez will have a live interview with the former Governor tonight at 5.

BIG ISLAND VOTING PROBLEMS

Our Keoki Kerr has been following the drama at the Hawaii County Elections office and tonight he brings us details of even more problems just 2 days before the Primary Election.  Hear why some staffers worry this may lead to a disastrous outcome on Saturday.

POLICE FOLLOW NEW LEAD IN DEADLY HIT AND RUN

We'll tell you about the new lead that has taken the search for a suspect in a deadly hit and run in Kaneohe in a new direction.  39-year old Lany Salva was struck and killed while crossing Kamehameha Highway Monday night.  

OCCUPY PROTESTORS BACK AGAIN

Yes, they're still camping on the perimeter of Thomas Square Park in Honolulu....but this time the protestors with Occupy Honolulu are making their presence known to police in a big way.  We'll explain tonight at 5.

...And we'll also have a recap of Team USA's matches in the 2012 Summer Olympics in our special Olympic Zone newscast at 5:30 on KHNL!

Shawn Ching, Guy Hagi and I look forward to seeing you tonight at 5 & 5:30!

Aloha,

Steph

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