Makaha Tragedy, Hawaii Football Arrest, Pink Slime Safe?

Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for you on Hawaii News Now at 5 & 5:30.

A 3-year-old boy is dead and 4 members of his family injured, one of them critically, after a car plowed into them at a bus stop on Farrington Highway in Makaha last night.  Police arrested 44-year-old Potasi Sui Uta on suspicion of negligent homicide and drunk driving. We have team coverage on the victims and the suspect who has a long rap sheet.
 Not a good start to the season for a UH Football quarterback.  21-year-old Cayman Shutter was arrested for driving under the influence.  Shutter was in the running for the starting QB position. Hear what Coach Norm Chow has to say about the arrest at 5.
  The makers of the controversial meat filler otherwise known as "pink slime" says its product is getting a bad rap. They held a tour of their production plant for several big wigs from the government and food safety groups to show them it's perfectly safe to eat. So when the tour was over...what did those officials think? We'll tell you at 5. 
  We know humans can't get enough of their mobile devices and some even sleep with them...but wait till you see the video of some animals struggling to put down an i-phone! It must be a good game of "Angry Birds"!  We'll have that story at 5:30.
  Hope you join Shawn and me for these stories and much more at 5 & 5:30!