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Deadly Tornado, News Traffic Safety Law, Today in Hawaii

 

  Coming up tonight at 5 & 5:30...


  Rescue efforts are underway after a tornado, estimated to be 2-miles wide tore through parts of the greater Oklahoma City area. The death toll as of the time of this writing stands at 51. We have a live report from the devastated region. Guy is also tracking the severe weather and brings us the latest.

  NEW TRAFFIC SAFETY BILLS SIGNED INTO LAW

  Drivers and passengers will have to pay extra close attention to a couple of new bills signed into law today by Governor Abercrombie. Now, it's mandatory for all adult passengers sitting in the backseat of cars to wear their seat belts.  Tim Sakahara tells us what other rules motorists will have to follow.

  VERDICT REACHED IN DEADLY FREEWAY SHOOTING TRIAL

  A pastor's son learns his fate in court today for the deadly H-1 freeway shooting in 2011. It was a verdict that had the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney disappointed. Jim Mendoza explains.


  If you missed the NBC Today Show in Hawaii this morning, not to worry.  Some of the show's hosts spent some time talking with our Steve Uyehara and he brings us a wrap-up of their visit to the islands.

  Shawn & I hope to see you tonight at 5 & 5:30!

  Aloha!
  Steph

   

  

 

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