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Australian Tourist Sentenced, Licorice Recall & Windward Water Woes

Hi everyone! It looks like we'll be starting a few minutes late on KGMB at 5 due to the DNC...but you can look forward to a special simulcast at 5:30 on KGMB & KHNL after the NFL game.

Here's a look at some of the stories we'll have:

  • It's sentencing day for the Australian tourist involved in a deadly jet ski collision at Keehi Lagoon. A judge says Tyson Dagley must serve time...but not behind bars. We'll have reaction to the ruling plus new video showing what happened that fateful day.
  • The State Health Department says don't eat Red Vines Black Licorice! More on the reason behind the recall.
  • A broken water main has finally been repaired in Windward Oahu. It shut down a number of businesses and canceled classes at Windward Community College. Tim Sakahara reports live and gives us a status update on those closed schools & campuses.
  • Former President Bill Clinton takes the stage tonight at the DNC. See highlights of his speech plus... why President Obama may be changing venues for his big night tomorrow.  All that and....Guy says get ready for a muggy and possibly wet weekend!

Hope you join Shawn Ching and me for the news at 5 & 5:30!

Aloha,

Stephanie

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