Aloha from Hawaii News Now. Here are just some of the stories we're working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts today...
CAYETANO: EMAILS SHOW FTA DOUBTED CITY'S RAIL PROJECT
Mayoral candidate and rail opponent, Ben Cayetano, today released internal emails that he says show the Federal Transit Administration had serious doubts about the City's rail project. Tim Sakahara has that story.
HAWAII & NATIONAL CONTESTS SHAPE GOP NOMINATION BATTLE
Important contests take place in four states tonight in the on-going battle for the GOP Presidential nomination. And for the first time, Hawaii Republicans get to vote for their choice to top the ticket in 2012. Brooks Baehr reports from one of the caucus sites, tonight at 5.
NEW DETAILS IN 'SEVERED FINGERS' CASE
As Police try to solve the case involving severed fingers found at a Liliha housing complex, tonight we know more about what the remains have to say. Jim Mendoza reports from the "Joint POW-MIA Accounting Command" at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
GET OUT YOUR SWIMSUITS, BEACH WEATHER IS BACK!
It's been awhile, but Guy Hagi says it's time to get back to our balmy beach weather. He'll have your full forecast starting tonight at 5.
These are just some of the stories we'll have at 5 and 5:30 when you join Stephanie Lum and me.
We hope to see you then!
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