Happy Aloha Friday! Here's what's were working for the 5 and 5:30 newscasts:
DEVELOPING: PEARL CITY H.S. LOCKDOWN
We're following what's being described a large fight that has prompted the lockdown of Pearl City High School. We have a crew on the scene and will have a live report with the latest at 5.
POLICE SAY MAN STABBED GRANDMOTHER
Honolulu Police are searching for a 21-year old man, who they say, stabbed his grandmother early this morning in Kaimuki. More from Ramsay Wharton.
LAWSUIT ALLEGES RAMPANT SEXUAL HARASSMENT
The federal government has filed a lawsuit on behalf of ten women who worked at a once popular Mexican restaurant in Waikiki. The women claim they were repeatedly sexually harassed on the job. Jim Mendoza is on that story for us.
FOLLOW UP: FEDERAL RAIL RULING
A day after a judge issued a partial ruling in a federal lawsuit against the City's rail project, Tim Sakahara takes a closer look at what the "summary judgment" ruling means for the future of the project.
HFD CHIEF RETIRING
After seven years as the head the Honolulu Fire Department, there will soon be a new Fire Chief at the helm. We'll explain at 5.
That's all tonight at five and 5:30 on KGMB and KHNL.
Steph and I hope to see you then!