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Tonight on HNN: Major change coming to Waikiki

 

Coming up tonight at 5 & 5:30..

 SAKS FIFTH AVENUE COMING TO WAIKIKI

  Saks Fifth Avenue is coming to Waikiki! Land owner Queen Emma Land Company is partnering with developer Taubman Centers to put the store in the newly renovated International Marketplace.  Keoki Kerr will have more details.

   SEX ASSAULT SUSPECT WANTED

  A woman told Honolulu police a man entered her Aala apartment through a sliding door yesterday morning and sexually assaulted her.  Tune in for the description of the suspect.

  SUSPICIOUS CANE FIRES ON MAUI

   Maui fire officials are now calling three overnight cane fires "suspicious", and believe they were intentionally set.  The fires in central Maui were started within an hour of each other and burned about 9 acres. Chris Tanaka brings us the latest.

  HAWAII TEEN GIVES THANKS TO BLOOD DONORS

  2 months ago, a 16-year old local boy was on the verge of death... but thanks to blood donors, he is now a healthy high school junior.  We'll meet this young man and his message of thanks to the strangers who gave him the ultimate gift of life.

  WEEKEND WEATHER SUNNY OR RAINY?

  There'll be a change in the kind of weather we've been having lately.  Guy says the forecast for your weekend may have you smiling.  

  Hope to see you tonight on the news!!!

  Happy Aloha Friday,
  Steph 

 

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