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Super Surf, Thick Vog & Ala Moana Stabbing - Tonight on HNN

Coming up tonight at 5 & 5:30..

HUGE SURF ROLLS IN

Super-sized waves roar ashore on West and North Shores of Niihau, Kauai, Molokai, and Oahu. Right now a High Surf Warning is in effect so be careful out there. We're live with team coverage on the high surf warning. Click here to check out our slideshow.

VOG BETTER BUT STILL HERE

You've also probably noticed that thick blanket of vog is still here. It's not as bad as it was yesterday, but the questions is when will it leave us completely? Guy Hagi has the scoop on that.

VICTIM'S FAMILY MAKES PLEA

The family of the 23-year old man stabbed to death at the Ala Moana Center speaks out. Tim Sakahara reports on the plea for help in finding the killer.

SCIENTISTS CONCERNED

And, a rare whale beached on Maui has scientists concerned about our corner of the Pacific.

Steph and I hope to see you tonight at 5 and 5:30!

Aloha,

Shawn

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