Aloha from Hawaii News Now. Here are some of the stories we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts on this Wednesday:
WET WEDNESDAY, BUT WHAT ABOUT THE REST OF WEEK?
It turned out to be a pretty wet Wednesday for parts of the state.
But will the showers stick around for the weekend? Guy Hagi has the latest forecast at 5.
DEADLY TORNADOES MARCH ACROSS MIDWEST
Details are still coming in but we'll have the latest on the tragic situation in the Midwest at 5:30. At least 12 people are confirmed dead as the deadly twisters touched down across the Midwest.
POLICE INVESTIGATE A REPORT OF A STABBING
The stabbing apparently happened in broad daylight in downtown Honolulu. And we're hearing it may soon be classified as an "attempted homicide." We'll know more at 5.
FIRE REPORTED AT UH KENNEDY THEATER
And an apparent fire in an elevator at the Kennedy Theater on the U.H.-Manoa Campus forced fire and campus officials to evacuate the theater. The fire comes after the recent blaze at its Fiscal Services Building on the U.H. lower campus.
These are just some of the stories coming up at 5 and 5:30 when you join Stephanie Lum and me.
See you then!