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Exclusive: School accused of taping kids to chairs

Aloha! Here's what were working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts..

SCHOOL ACCUSED OF TAPING KIDS

A Windward Oahu school is being accused of punishing its pre-schoolers by taping them to chairs. Lisa Kubota is working on the story. Tonight, we'll hear from concerned parents.

CHARGES FILED IN BIG ISLAND CRASH

On the Big Island, the man police caused a deadly crash this week has officially been charged with the crime. The 30-year old man now faces negligent homicide, negligent injury, and DUI charges.

PLEA DEAL FOR MAN ACCUSED OF MURDER

35 year old, Michael Dahilig, struck a deal with City prosecutors in the death of a 97-year-old Pearl City woman. We'll tell you what charges he pleaded guilty to and what charges were dropped.

BUS FARES DISCUSSED BY CITY COUNCIL

A Honolulu City Council committee took up the idea of allowing senior citizens and the disabled to ride "The Bus" for free. Jim Mendoza will have more on that.

MOHAWK WORLD RECORD

Also, 15-years in the making and it takes cans of hairspray and gobs of gel... wait until you see the new World Record for longest mohawk! It's something else.

WINDS STICKING AROUND

And Guy Hagi says the blustery conditions will stick around. But for how long? His full forecast at 5.

That's all tonight when you join Stephanie Lum and me for Hawaii News Now at 5 and 5:30.

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