We're following breaking news on this Friday morning. A 70 year old Waialae Avenue woman is in critical condition after being stabbed multiple times. Authorities are looking at a family member who lives with her as the suspect. Ramsay Wharton is gathering the latest information live on Sunrise.
EWA WATER MAIN BREAK
Good news for Ewa Beach residents. Crews have just completed repairs to a broken 12 inch water main on Ewa Beach Road. That's cleared, but we'll be following other potential traffic hot spots every 10 minutes on Sunrise.
Do you feel it in your throat? Dan warns the vog is coming back, but we may get one more beautiful day before the haze blankets the skies. But, we can't say the same thing about your weekend.
A new twist with just 4 days before election day. A Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge ruled against the city on 3 issues related to rail. According to that ruling, the City didn't adequately assess at least one alternate route, didn't fully identify all Native Hawaiian cultural properties along the route, and it failed to assess how the project might use Mother Waldron Park in Kakaako. No matter who wins the Honolulu Mayor's race on Tuesday, the Judge has scheduled a hearing on December 12th. Ben Cayetano wants an injunction against the rail project.
Meanwhile, the candidates are stepping up their campaigning with the election coming up on Tuesday. We'll have the latest from the campaign trail.
HURRICANE SANDY TELETHON TONIGHT
The Hurricane Sandy telethon will air live across the East coast tonight from eight to nine p-m. It will be tape delayed on the west coast. Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Jon Bon Jovi, Sting, and Christina Aguilera are just some of the performers slated to sing.
GOOD, BAD, WHAT WERE THEY THINKING
Plus, another week gone by means another chance for us to review the week's good, bad, and stories that had us screaming "What Were they Thinking?"
See you on Sunrise!