Happy Aloha Friday! Here are some of the stories we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscast tonight.
UPDATE: NEW TERROR THREAT AHEAD OF 9/11 ANNIVERSARY
Tonight, we're learning more information into what counter-terrorism authorities are calling a "credible, unconfirmed" terror threat. We'll have the latest on what officials now know, tonight at 5.
HOW YOUNG STUDENTS FEEL ABOUT 9/11
Many grade school children weren't even born when the attacks of 9/11 happened. And most of what they know about that day has come from textbooks and lessons learned in school. Tonight, Lisa Kubota talks with some of Hawaii's keiki about the attacks and how they feel about what happened.
Jim Mendoza looks at how the FAA is reaching out after recent crashes of what's called -- "weight shift control" and light sport aircraft. Jim has more on this story tonight at 5.
HUGE FINE FOR BIG ISLAND BOTTLING COMPANY
A $5,044,193 fine has been levied against a Big Island water bottling company. What the state says the company did -- or didn't do -- that warranted the whopper of a penalty.
Malika Dudley is in for Guy Hagi tonight and will have all of our weather information. I hope you join Stephanie Lum and me for these stories and more at 5 and 5:30.