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KHNL.com: New and Improved

By Cindy Cha

(KHNL) If you haven't noticed, KHNL News 8's website has a new look.  On this segment of "What's Up On khnl.com", we'll navigate you through some of the features on our new and improved website.

When you log on to khnl.com, the first thing you'll notice is our innovative home page.  At a glance, we connect you with breaking news along with our most recent stories at your fingertips.  Just a mouse click away, you can easily access our top 20 stories in a snap.

Also check out our KHNL News 8 Video on Demand Player.  With more than 80 of our most recently aired pieces, you can view up to a week's worth.

Still can't get enough of the videos?  We'll give you a behind-the-scenes look with our exclusive extended videos.

And if you want to find out what Mother Nature has in store for us, check out our weather page.  Khnl.com is the only website in Hawaii that streams the weather forecast.

With more pictures, more videos and more accessibility, check out khnl.com for your live, local, late-breaking news stories on the web.  I'm Cindy Cha with this week's "What's Up On khnl.com."

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