Happy Monday evening from Hawaii News Now ... Here's what we're working on for our 10 o'clock newscast.
GOV. RESPONDS ~ POSTS "FAQ" ON TEACHER UNION SITUATION
Tonight, the Gov's office posted a 'FAQ" on supposed questions stemming from the situation between the HSTA and the state. In it, the Gov's office defends the state's position on various allegations contained in the prohibitive practice complaint filed by the HSTA with the Hawaii Labor Relations Board last week Friday. We'll have that for you tonight.
DEADLY HOUSE FIRE ON LA'I ROAD IN PALOLO
It's been a sad day for family and neighbors of an elderly couple who lived on La'i Road in Palolo. Today, the house they were living in became engulfed in flames -- both died. Tonight, we'll have the latest on the victims as investigators search for more clues into the cause of the fire.
MAKIKI APARTMENT FIRE LATE TODAY
And in Makiki late this afternoon, a family is safe, but may have lost everything in a fire inside their apartment on Kewalo Street. We'll show you video from the scene.
SKYDIVE SAFETY DEVICE MAY HAVE SAVED INSTRUCTOR'S LIFE
A day after a sky diving incident claimed the life a seasoned instructor, could a small, computer-chip sized device have saved the man's life? See the device for yourself and hear why those who don't use it, say it can endanger lives and cause it's own emergency.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! FILMING OF SEASON TWO OF HAWAII-FIVE-O BEGINS
Tannya Joaquin went behind the scenes for the start of filming for season two of the popular television series. She's was there for the blessing. That's tonight.
Also, Guy Hagi has the latest on some soggy weather ahead -- but he does have good news for those who like to surf. But you'll have to wait a few days.
That about does it ... Keahi Tucker has the night off, so I hope you'll join Stephanie Lum and me for these stories and more on Hawaii News Now at 10 o'clock.