Happy Aloha Friday ... Here's what were working on for Hawaii News Now at 5:30 and 6:30 tonight...
HIGH COURT RULES AGAINST CITY
Opponents of the City's rail project were handed a huge victory by the State Supreme Court today. But what does it mean for future of its $5B project? We have team coverage on this story from Tim Sakahara and Rick Daysog.
BIG BREAK FOR MAUI POLICE
Maui police caught a big break in a deadly hit and run case that happened along Kahekili Highway. The victim was apparently left to die, but tonight police have a suspect in custody.
WONDER BLUNDER: U.H. REPUTATION ... BRUISED, BATTERED
It's been the talk of the town for weeks--a botched concert, missing money, and high level firings. Keoki Kerr takes a closer look at how it's affecting the reputation of the University and its leaders.
WEEKEND WEATHER: HAGI HAS YOUR FORECAST
And we had a mixed bag this week, so what does the weekend looks like, weather-wise? Rainy, sunny, hot? Hagi fill us in.
We'll have these stories and more when you join Stephanie Lum and me at 5:30 and 6:30 tonight.