Aloha from Hawaii News Now! Here's what we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts.
FALLEN U.S. SERVICEMEN REMEMBERED
President Obama paid his respects to the families of the U.S. Servicemen who were killed in Afghanistan over the weekend. We'll take you to the somber gathering. Also, our own Teri Okita talks with the family of a Maui man -- and Navy Seal -- who was among those who died in action.
401 .. NOT O-K ...
If you're like millions of Americans, then you're worried about your retirement following a few scary days for Wall Street. Tonight, Jim Mendoza talks with Hawaii residents who are also concerned about the latest financial Maalox moments. And Steve Uyehara takes a look at how the latest action on Wall Street has impacted the realm of politics -- both here and across the country.
And the first of what is hoped to be thousands of Chinese visitors arrived in the islands today. What state officials expect to happen next. That's tonight at 5.
Also tonight, Guy Hagi says better get the umbrella handy .. And maybe a fan, too.
I hope you'll join me for these stories and more when I see you on Hawaii News Now at 5 and 5:30.