Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for Hawaii News Now's early evening newscasts on this Aloha Friday.
ONLY ON HAWAII NEWS NOW: A FAMILY DEVASTATED BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SPEAKS OUT FOR THE FIRST TIME
Minna Sugimoto brings us an emotional exclusive interview with Sydney Kline's family. The 33 year old mother was murdered by her boyfriend Michael Thomas last month. Tonight at 6 on KGMB, Kline's young daughter and sister open up about their loss in hopes of preventing others from going through the same pain.
BIEBER FEVERS HITS HAWAII
The teen singing sensation takes the stage at the Blaisdell tonight and his fans can't contain their excitement. We'll catch up with some diehard Bieber concert goers who are ready to show their aloha and scream their hearts out. Teri Okita will report live from the Blaisdell starting at 5.
BIEBER INSPIRED BY THE ISLANDS
Justin Bieber says he loves Hawaii. Hear how the Islands have inspired the superstar to write a special song at 5.
Fishermen say it's a catch 22. Catch limits are in place to protect the supply of Ahi, but could that mean a shortage and at the worst possible time with New Year's right around the corner? Lisa Kubota heads to the Fish Auction to investigate their concerns.
UH VS. FRESNO STATE
The Warriors hope for another WAC win tomorrow. We'll have a preview of their game and the football forecast for Fresno at 6.
SALARIES AND SIZE
Could your salary be directly related to your weight? The science of size and how much you earn is coming up at 5.
Our two hour local news block starts at 5PM when I team up with Stephanie Lum for Hawaii News Now on KGMB and KHNL. Our local news continues at 5:30 on KHNL, shifts to KGMB at 6 and KFVE at 6:30.
Aloha and see you on the news!