Hello everyone .. Here's what were working on for our 5 and 5:30 newscasts tonight:
AHI SHORTAGE MEANS HIGHER POKE, SASHIMI PRICES
So far, it's appears to be a mystery. You'll probably be paying more the next time you pick up fresh poke or sashimi. Tonight at 5, Lisa Kubota reports on what's causing the Ahi shortage.
CITY MOVES TO GET RAIL LAWSUIT DISMISSED
Also at 5, we'll have more on the City's latest legal tactic to try and get the federal rail lawsuit thrown out. Jim Mendoza is covering that story.
MOFFAT SHARES THOUGHTS ON T.V. ICON, DICK CLARK'S PASSING
Sad news to report tonight on the passing of legendary entertainer, Dick Clark. Tonight, we hear from Hawaii's Tom Moffat as he shares his thoughts on Clark's sudden death.
TONIGHT ON KHNL AT 5:30: TARGET STORE DELAYED
Whole Foods may have held opened today in Kailua, but what about the highly anticipated Target store that's supposed to be opening nearby? Brooks Baehr fills us in on the long delay, tonight at 5:30.
Also tonight, when will the winds start to settle down? Guy Hagi will have more on that.
These are just some of the stories when you join Stephanie Lum and me at 5 and 5:30.
See you then!
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