There are 13 sites around Hawaii that were used as Japanese internment camps during World War II. We'll show you one of those sites, and how the National Park Service is looking at preserving and protecting them.
A small group of protesters sign-wave outside while worshippers attend services inside at Kawaiahao Church. It's just the latest in a fight over ancestral remains and a new building.
There's some repair work that will affect traffic on the H-1 in Kaimuki that we'll tell you about.
And tonight at ten, Jim Mendoza will have a special report on the one year anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Chile that triggered a Pacific-wide tsunami alert.
Join Lisa Kubota for those stories and more tonight on Hawaii News Now.