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FERRIES DOCKED, WIND TO BLAME

Arizona Memorial ferry tours haven't been running for the past days due to the unusually strong winds we've been having. Lisa Kubota reports live on this story from Pearl Harbor.

UPDATE ON SEVERE WEATHER

Guy Hagi has an update on our windy weather. When it will weaken.. and when does he think it will be return? It may be sooner than first thought.

CLOSING SOONER THAN EXPECTED

Rick Daysog has a story on why layoffs will be coming sooner than expected at Sears store at the Ala Moana Shopping Center.

CHANGES TO SHOPPING CENTER'S RAIL STATION?

And speaking of Ala Moana Center, there are new developments surrounding the center's proposed rail station. How you can make your voice heard.

CONTROVERSIAL AGENCY NEARS REPEAL

Also, the controversial Public Land Development Corporation is a step closer to being repealed. But why today's vote by the Senate doesn't mean the agency is now dead, even though the House passed a similar bill.

Steph and I hope to see you at 5!

Aloha,

Shawn

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