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I'm Jill Kuramoto, thanks for watching KITV4 news on-line. Board of Water Supply crews continue to work on repairs to a water main break in McCully. KITV4's Ryan Kalei Tsuji has more. WELL QUITE A SCENE HERE AT THE INTERSECTION OF KAPIOLANI AND MCCULLY ...REPORTING FROM THE 2 C1 I'm Jill Kuramoto, thanks for watching KITV4 news on-line. Board of Water Supply crews continue to work on repairs to a water main break in McCully. KITV4's Ryan Kalei Tsuji has more. WELL QUITE A SCENE HERE AT THE INTERSECTION OF KAPIOLANI AND MCCULLY ...REPORTING FROM THE MCCULLY AREA I'M RYAN KALEI TSUJI, BACK TO YOU IN THE STUDIO. The man charged with allegedly throwing a tourist off a cliff in Kauai -- will undergo a mental evaluation to see if he's fit to stand trial. That's according to the Garden Island newspaper. Justin Wynn Klein has pleaded NOT GUILTY to a charge of attempted murder --- for allegedly throwing the 31-year-old woman off a cliff on December 16, 2012. The Nualolo Cliff hiking trail on Kauai is closed indefinitely because of unsafe conditions. The State Land Department has posted warning signs and barriers along the two-point- one mile trail in the Na Pali- Kona Forest Reserve to keep the public safe. Officials say the washed out and eroded walkway is only six-inches wide in some places-- making it very dangerous. The rush is on for thousands of security guards around the state -- to get certified and licensed for a new state law. Beginning July 1st -- all security guards must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have no psychiatric or psychological disorder and complete a nationwide background check. They should have also completed an eight-hour, 45- dollar course that's been hard to get in. PART OF THE PROBLEM IS JUST THAT THERE ARE CURRICULUM- QUALIFIED PEOPLE OUT THERE TO DO THE TRAINING, BUT IT'S A MATTER OF GETTING THE LOCATIONS AND GETTING THE CLASSES SET UP. Guards must also apply for a license from the state, which says they've been having trouble processing hundreds of applications that have been coming in daily. We've got a link to more information on the "As Seen On KITV4" section. Ending homelessness in Honolulu. Mayor Kirk Caldwell has unveiled his plan -- which includes a 4-million-dollar slice of the city's federal grant money. Housing First -- is a two-year pilot program that will PAY property owners across the city -- who offer the chronically homeless -- a place to stay. Right now -- the city spends 15- thousand dollars every two weeks -- to clear out homeless crowding Honolulu streets. Some of the homeless population say -- whatever happens -- they hope the help comes soon. MARY 5737-5748: "HERE I AM. I DON'T SEE ANYBODY HELPING. I'M OUT HERE. AND ACTUALLY IT'S WORSE THAN IT EVER WAS." If the city council approves the Mayor's plan, the program could launch by early next year. Winners have been crowned in the junior division of the 21st Annual World Fireknife Champsionships. Warriors are young as age SIX -- showcased their fiery talents and bravery. 4 SECONDS NATS First place in the junior pacific division -- ages 6 through 11 -- went to Dayton Daoang of Waipahu. While Achilles Tafiti of Laie took top honors in the 12 to 17 age bracket. The competition wraps up this weekend -- with the senior division finals. Cam Tran has your island weather forecast. Thank you for watching KITV 4 News Online. We're constantly updating the website so look for new stories later today, and on KITV 4 News at 5, 6 and 10.