They've been in limbo since last February, when they were seized from a Waimanalo puppy mill. Just three days after the mill owner forfeited custody, some of the 232 dogs started going to new homes. Watch the first one find a new family.
Also, police are investigating an attempted murder case involving a 69 year-old woman in Kailua who was found with suspicious head injuries ... we have an update on work to remove the boulder above Niu Valley ... and state crews are now working seven days a week to beautify Nimitz Highway before November's APEC conference.
Chris Tanaka is back from an overnight flight from Las Vegas with the UH Warrior football team, and Malika Dudley looks at the work week weather forecast.
Join us for those stories and more tonight at 5, 9 and 10 on Hawaii News Now with Lisa Kubota.