Aloha! Here's what's coming up tonight at 5 and 5:30 ...
NEIGHBORS UPSET -- AGAIN -- OVER MOGUL'S PROPERTY
Genshiro Kawamoto is a rich man who owns a lot of property all over the world. But it's his real estate holdings in one Oahu neighborhood that has residents angry once again. Rick Daysog reports as residents in Kahala voice concern over the Japanese billionaire's plans to build an art museum in their neighborhood.
HPD OFFICERS TO AVOID PROSECUTION
It was a story Hawaii News Now first reported back in June. Tonight we now know that the Honolulu police officers accused of getting paid overtime while they went out drinking will escape criminal prosecution. More on this at 5.
SENATE HEARINGS INTO UH FIASCO RESUMES
The State Senate's Special Committee on Accountability resumes hearings tomorrow into the mess at the University of Hawaii surrounding the bogus Steve Wonder concert. Keoki Kerr first broke the story weeks ago and has a preview of what to expect.
WOUNDED WARRIOR SOFTBALL
And Ramsay Wharton profiles a very special softball team. It features some of our wounded warriors now touring the nation and reminding us all about sacrifice hope.
And, Guy Hagi says there will be a change in our trades. Catch his full forecast at 5.
Steph and I hope to see tonight at 5 and 5:30!