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UH Computers Stolen, Boot Bill, More Wet Weather?

 

   Coming up tonight at 5 & 5:30..

   COMPUTER THEIVES STRIKE AGAIN AT U-H

 An investigation is underway at University of Hawaii at Manoa in hopes of catching the thieves who broke in to multiple rooms in Moore Hall and stole with Apple computers. Ben Gutierrez is live in Manoa with the details.

    COMPANIES WHO "BOOT" MAY BE GETTING THE BOOT

   They've gotten a lot of negative feedback from drivers who have had to pay $160.00 just to get their car back.  Now, lawmakers are considering a bill that would make using boot devices illegal.  Tim Sakahara updates us on where the bill stands and how it would affect boot companies.

    COUNCILMAN WILL RUN FOR CONGRESS

  Honolulu Councilman Stanley Chang says he will run for the seat that may be vacated by Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa...when she runs for US Senate in 2014. Political analysts say he won't be the only one to throw their hat into the race.  Mileka Lincoln has more on the likely candidates.

   DE-OCCUPY TENTS REMOVED

  While protestors with De-Occupy Honolulu stand their ground, they're being asked to move once again. Rick Daysog shows us why the City is taking action now.

  ANOTHER STORM ON THE WAY

  And... Guy says another storm is on the horizon...but it may not bring as much rain as the last system that drenched Kauai and Oahu.

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