For the second time in three days some Honolulu protestors have been arrested for refusing to obey a curfew. This time it's a Hawaiian sovereignty group hauled away from Iolani Palace. See the dramatic arrests, tonight at 10.
Also, new details are surfacing about the federal agent who was arrested for murder in Waikiki. We're told Christopher Deedy refused to identify himself after the shooting. But there's also word of a knife found at the scene.
And, as APEC gets underway we have full coverage on the road closures, meeting schedules and dignitaries arriving around the clock. My favorite item tonight: a rare plane parked in a far away corner of a Honolulu tarmac. Find out its connection to APEC, tonight at 10.
All that plus Guy says more rain is on the way.
We hope to see you at the top of the hour!