Aloha from Hawaii News Now ... Here are some of the stories were working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts today:
FIRST THE HOMELESS, NOW PROTESTORS FACE NEW CITY LAW
First it was applied to Oahu homeless, now the City finds a new use for its new, stored property law. Tim Sakahara will have more at 5 on which group is now in the City's cross-hairs.
"MOVE OVER" BILL TESTIMONY AT LEGISLATURE
State lawmakers, today, heard public testimony on proposed new legislation to better assist our emergency first responders. Minna Sugimoto shares some of the powerful testimony.
HOW'D WE DO? COACH CHOW ON NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT DAY
New Hawaii Head Football Coach, Norm Chow, talks about how he thinks the Warriors did on today's "National Letter of Intent Day" -- the first time recruits may sign a binding "letter of intent" with their college of choice. Chris Tanaka will have more on that at 5.
SHIFT IN OUR WINDS, SURF GOOD ENOUGH FOR PIPELINE
Guy Hagi tells us about changes headed our way for our winds -- and what the surf was like for today's pro surfing contest on Oahu's North Shore.
PAU HANA TRAFFIC UPDATES
And Taizo Braden will have the latest on your traffic conditions for the Wednesday evening commute.
I hope you'll join me for these stories and more when we see you for Hawaii News Now at 5 and 5:30.