Hope you can join us on this Monday morning for Sunrise. We're working on a lot of new stories for you.
CAUGHT ON CAMERA
New video in to us this morning shows what happened after two wild horses started chasing a hiker and his dog. The hiker was rolling the whole time.
CLOSE CALL WITH SHARK
We'll also have more on the dramatic close encounter between a Hawaii Kai father and son and a shark. It happened while they were out spear fishing.
HIKERS SAFE AND SOUND
A father, mother and their two young kids are safe after getting lost on a hike behind the Koolau golf course last night. They were rescued about 3 hours after they called for help.
BEER BOTTLE ARREST
A Waianae man was arrested for allegedly hitting his neighbor with a beer bottle and threatening him with a knife.
Watch out for those stingers. Dan warns us that box jellyfish are expected to stick around another day.
NFL players have reportedly agreed to a deal that would end the lockout. We'll flush out all the new details.
On the windward side, drivers can sound off on plans to modify parts of Kahekili Highway from Haiku Road to Kamehameha Highway. A meeting will take place tonight at 6 at the Windward Community College campus center.
SMART MONEY MONDAY AT 5:45
Times are tough so what can you do to live within your means?
WHAT'S TRENDING AT 6:10
Former Playboy playmate Jenny McCarthy is used to showing skin so why is one revealing photo of the blonde bombshell so shocking?Find out why it's the big buzz on Yahoo coming up in "what's trending."
LOCAL FAMILY ON A & E INTERVENTION
The son of a Hawaii woman battling alcohol addiction shares her struggle to get sober. Mrs. Penny-Lee Oshiro will be featured on tonight's episode of Intervention.
LANAI UKULELE FESTIVAL AT 7:50
Herb Ohta Jr. Will perform in Studio B this morning to preview the first annual ukulele festival on Lanai.
MALIKA SURFS THE WEB AT 8:10
Plus, Malika introduces us to another useful website and app.
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