Here's what's coming up tonight on our 5 and 5:30 newscasts on Hawaii News Now ...
DEVELOPING: KANEOHE STREAM, MARINA "WHITE-OUT"
We're keeping a close eye on what's turned a Kaneohe stream and marina milky white. State and city crews are now investigating. Jim Mendoza will have the latest information at 5.
PETCO RESPONDS TO ANIMAL MUTILATION LAWSUIT
The attorney for two people suing Petco for injuries they say their dogs suffered during grooming, says the company has reacted strongly to the lawsuit. Keoki Kerr spoke with the attorney for the plaintiffs. We'll hear from Michael Green at 5.
QUESTIONS ARISE ABOUT RAIL CONTRACTOR
There are questions tonight about whether the Kiewitt construction company is breaking the rules. Tim Sakahara reports that critics are claiming Kiewitt hasn't updated a permit, and because of that, they shouldn't be allowed to store equipment on "ag" zoned land. This comes a day after construction on the City's rail project got underway.
NEW ON KHNL AT 5:30: INTIMATE DETIALS FROM JOHN EDWARDS' TRIAL
Tonight at 5:30 on KHNL, intimate details come out about the John Edwards affair, and also from the cover-up that allegedly happened during his 2008 presidential campaign.
Also tonight, Guy Hagi says get ready, Kona winds are on the way.
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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