Happy Aloha Monday from Hawaii News Now! Here's what we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts.
MAUI STANDOFF SUSPECT APPEARS IN COURT
Josiah Okudara, the 22-year old man who held off authorities for nearly three days on Maui, went before a Maui judge today. That story is coming up at 5.
The state Teacher's Union has thickened the plot in its battle with the state over a new contract. It's all over a letter that was sent to members of the Hawaii Labor Relations Board -- the agency hearing the "prohibited practices" complaint. More on this story tonight at 5.
RAIL BIDDER APPEARS DISQUALIFICATION
Bombardier Transportation says it will take court action to have the actions of the City reviewed. This, after its bid to build the core systems for the City's rail project was rejected. More tonight.
STATE COORDINATOR ON HOMLESSNESS, MARC ALEXANDER, LIVE IN STUDIO
Tonight at 5:30, we'll sit down with Marc Alexander to talk about the homelessness issue in the state. Yesterday, the Governor's 90-day plan on homelessness concluded.
I hope you'll join Stephanie Lum and me for these stories and more when we see you on Hawaii News Now at 5 and 5:30. See you then!