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HNN Tonight -- Jim Nabors marries, Hawaii soldier gets double arm transplant, monster wave ride

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JIM NABORS MARRIES


Entertainer, Jim Nabors, the star of a number of popular tv shows over the years is now married. Nabors, who's lived in Hawaii for more than 40 years, married his longtime male partner earlier this month. Keoki Kerr has the exclusive details.

DOUBLE ARM TRANSPLANT FOR HAWAII SOLDIER

A war injured, quadruple amputee from Schofield Barracks is the first to get a double arm transplant. It's quite an amazing story. Tim Sakahara has that for us at 5.

MONSTER RIDE AWAITS CONFIRMATION

Also, a Hawaii surfer had the ride of his life in Portugal atop a reported 100-foot wave! Haleiwa's Garrett McNamara reportedly rode the 100-foot monster in Portugal. We'll show you his wild ride.

GUY HAGI TALKS HIGH SURF FOR PARTS OF THE STATE

Also, high surf for the islands. Guy Hagi has the latest on the situation starting at 5.

 HAWAIIAN IMMERSION STUDENTS, PARENTS, TEACHERS RALLY 


Hawaii's kaiapuni or immersion schools fought for years to be tested in the Hawaiian language -- Mileka Lincoln tells us their problem with the current Olelo Hawaii translation and what they're now asking state legislators for.

SUPER BOWL MEDIA DAY


And it's media day at the Super Bowl and football isn't the only subject being discussed. We have a report from New Orleans.

See you at 5 and 5:30!

Aloha,
Shawn

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