Watch KITV's midday webcastPublished 11:00 AM HST Aug 07, 2013Video Transcript
Richardson. Federal Agent Christopher Deedy is BACK on the witness stand today -- in his defense in his murder trial. He's expected to testify about the moment he shot Kollin Elderts -- in an argument in a Waikiki McDonalds. Deedy testified yesterday that he identified himself as a law enforcement officer to STOP a hostile situation from escalating. He claims Elderts threatened him -- using derogatory language. Tune in to KITV-4 News tonight for the latest. The Hawaii Community Development Association held a decision-making hearing TODAY -- on the planned Kakaako highrise -- "the Collection." Residents at One Waterfront Towers have submitted a petition letter to Mayor Kirk Caldwell -- asking the city to delay its approval -- until AFTER sewage stench problems affecting their property are fixed. Tune in to KITV-4 News TONIGHT -- for MORE on the hearing. Governor Neil Abercrombie is launching his 4th ANNUAL Pedestrian Safety Month. The event is an effort to promote and educate residents on pedestrian safety and driver awareness. The launch will be at the state capitol at 1-30 this afternoon--- The State Department of Transportation will participate, along with several community partners. A Change of Command Ceremony was held today at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Rear Admiral James F. Caldwell Jr. -- shown here -- will turn over duties as Commander Submarine Force, U-S Pacific Fleet--- to Rear Admiral Phillip G. Sawyer. University of Phoenix Kapolei Learning center is hosting a Career Fair today--- Local employers will be on hand to talk about employment opportunities. The career fair is from 10a-m to 2p-m at the University of Phoenix Kapolei Learning Center in Kapolei. The Honolulu City Council is recognizing the Ka Pa-a-Lana Traveling Preschool for its commitment to Oahu's Leeward community. Each year the school serves 700 young children up to age 5 -- and roughly 900 parents and caregivers. 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.