52 years ago Hawaii families celebrated statehood in the streets on Honolulu. Tonight, Hawaii families are celebrating their new voice in government. Join us at 10, for the annual assembly of the Sovereign Council of The Hawaiian Homelands, where the Governor was the keynote speaker.
Also at 10, the Navy investigates claims of inappropriate behavior at a federal fire station.
After 20 years of publishing free newspapers, the 'Honolulu Weekly' is pleading for donations to stay afloat.
A new TV production is moving into Kahana Valley, as a disgruntled neighbor threatens a lawsuit.
And - my favorite tonight - scientists have discovered an eel species in the Pacific that hasn't changed in millions of years. More on the creature they're calling a 'living fossil', tonight at 10.
Hope to see you soon!