Aloha, I hope this email finds you well. Here are some of the stories we're working on for Hawaii News Now at 5 and 5:30.
WAIMANALO PUPPY MILL INVESTIGATED. AGAIN
This time it was seized. Officials from the Hawaiian Humane Society and the Honolulu Police Department paid the owner a visit after neighbors reported loud, barking dogs. Tim Sakahara will have that story tonight at 5.
HAWAII'S HOMELESS -- HOW DID THEY GET THERE AND HOW ARE THEY SURVIVING?
Tonight, Ramsay Wharton begins to answer those questions. Her special report begins with homeless on the Leeward Coast.
PALI LANDSLIDE -- ALL CLEAR. FOR NOW.
State engineers were on the scene today of a fairly large landslide that happened on the Pali Highway yesterday afternoon. It's all cleaned up now, but at the time, both Kailua-bound lanes of the Pali Highway were shut down as crews worked to open the road. Today, state engineers will decide what to do next. We'll have that story tonight at 5:30.
MISTRIAL FOR HPD OFFICER ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT
And the trial for Michael Tarmoun -- accused of picking up a prostitute in Waikiki and taking her to his apartment and raping her, ends in a mistrial. Jurors had a hard time coming to a unanimous decision. That's also coming up tonight.
We'll have these stories and more tonight on Hawaii News Now.
I hope you will join Stephanie Lum and me at 5 and 5:30.