Aloha from Hawaii News Now ... Here's what we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscast.
COX: WHY WASN'T PUBLIC NOTIFIED OVER RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES IN KANEOHE BAY?
Carroll Cox of EnviroWatch is raising questions over why the public wasn't notified about the presence of radioactive isotopes in Kaneohe Bay from the Marine chopper that crashed there in March. Brooks Baehr has the latest starting tonight at 5.
HART MEETING: What about Bobby?
Tim Sakahara has the latest on today's HART (Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit) meeting. Five members of the Authority recommended a well-known politician to be the final member of the 10-member board.
NEW WAIKIKI HOTEL PLANNED
And, it would be the first hotel to be built in Waikiki in thirty years. Kyoya released an artist's rendering of the hotel and it's pretty cool. It's supposed to look like an item that many say signifies the islands. Jim Mendoza will have that story.
Stephanie Lum has the night off tonight, so I hope you'll join Teri Okita and me for these stories and more at 5 and 5:30.
See you then!