Thousands of people hit the Aloha Stadium parking lot today for a bag of groceries, health screenings, a job fair, lunch, and perhaps a backpack and a new pair of slippers for the kids. And it was all free, thanks to a faith-based organization making its first visit to the islands.
Also, details on the death of Amy Winehouse, the troubled singer whose most famous song may have summed up her career and her life ... one of Hawaii's most wanted criminals is caught on the Big Island ... and a Mililani man is arrested after allegedly pulling a knife on a tourist in Waikiki.
Guy Hagi will have a look at your weather, and Chris Tanaka's at the sports desk.
Join us for those stories and more, tonight on Hawaii News Now with Lisa Kubota.