Here's what's coming up on Hawaii News Now's early evening newscasts on this Wednesday, the 17th of November.
FLASH FLOOD WATCH
A big storm is headed our way. Find out when and where it could dump heavy rain. Guy Hagi's tracking the radar and will update his forecasts throughout the night.
ILLINOIS KILLER STARTS PAROLE IN HAWAII
A killer who served his time in Illinois for strangling his ex girlfriend is now in Hawaii. Justin Boulay checked in for parole with his wife, a UH Assistant Professor, by his side. This isn't an isolated case. Minna Sugimoto looks at how many murderers from other states are serving their paroles in Hawaii ahead at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.
DOUBLE STABBING IN KONA
A Kona man faces murder and attempted murder charges in connection with the stabbing death of his neighbor. His neighbor's son was stabbed, but survived. Details at 5 on KGMB and KHNL.
REVAMPED AKAKA BILL
There's a new version of the Akaka Bill. Ahead at 5:30 on KHNL, why it may give the bill a better chance of passing now that Republicans have taken control of the house.
HAWAIIAN AIRLINES STARTS SERVICE TO JAPAN
The inaugural flight to Haneda takes off at 6:05 tonight and is expected to boost business from Japan. Our photojournalist Oscar Valenzuela is catching the flight and will report back.
CRAFT FAIR CANCELLED
A State crackdown on craft booth taxes prompts the city to cancel a popular event. Details at 6 on KGMB.
CHRISTMAS TREES ARRIVE
The first shipment is already here. See who's getting a jump on the holiday rush at 6 on KGMB.
SHANE VICTORINO BACK HOME
Mike Cherry catches up with the Phillies Golden Glove winner ahead at 6 on KGMB.
Our news starts on KGMB and KHNL at 5, continues at 5:30 on KHNL, then shifts to KGMB at 6 and KFVE at 6:30. You can also watch all of our newscasts streaming live at HawaiiNewsNow.com.