Aloha from Hawaii News Now. Here are some of the stories we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts tonight.
FORMER KANEOHE MARINE AWARDED NATION'S HIGHEST MILITARY HONOR
Today, Dakota Meyer joined the ranks of the proud -- and very few -- when he was awarded the Medal of Honor. Tonight, Meyer recounts the combat ordeal that earned him the award -- and also what he shared in private with President Obama. Cool stuff.
SUSPECT'S ATTORNEY IN DEATH OF HPD OFFICER TALKS WITH MINNA SUGIMOTO
We have more information tonight on the death of HPD Officer Eric Fontes. Also, Minna Sugimoto talks with the attorney for the man who police say crashed into the officers.
DOGS CLEARED FOR ADOPTION
It's what the owners of some 230 dogs from a Waimanalo breeding facility said in court today that's cleared the way for adoption. Tim Sakahara has the latest on that, plus how you can adopt one of them.
Guy Hagi will have more on that bout of rainy weather that hit windward Oahu today -- and on how your weekend weather is shaping up.
I hope you join me and Guy Hagi for these stories and more tonight at 5 and 5:30.
See you then...