The Voice: Final round of the blind auditions

  UH workshop to show businesses how to prevent cyber attacks

  Ask the Mayor: Keith Kaneshiro investigation, rail subpoenas, Ala Moana Park plans

  Detect-A-Leak Week Starts Today

  SmartMoney Monday: How to protect your money when you’re on vacation

  What’s Trending: Mercury, Ellen’s Game of Games

Continued Coverage

  Business Report: A look at airline on-time records

  Foodie Fix: New restaurants in Kakaako

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Palekana

  Hawaii group to rally for climate change action at State Capitol

  Twelve Noon & Midnite celebrate EP release

  These women are trying to save the Olelo Niihau dialect from extinction

  Sunrise Open House: Honolulu (Town)

We're looking at places on Magellan Avenue and in Waikiki in the Monte Vista condos.

  Rail CEO Answers Questions about Audits and Subpoenas

Andrew Robbins, the CEO of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) joined us this morning on Sunrise.

  Gizmodo journalist gets rare opportunity to visit Facebook CEO’s Kauai property

There has been a lot of mystery and controversy surrounding the massive property on Kauai that was bought by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan.

  What’s trending: Reversing time, giant grouper, Beckham statue

Some science journals say a Russian team used a quantum computer to reverse time.

  Calligraphy exhibition to be held in Ko Olina

  Kupu opens new Hookupu Center

  Ohana Matters: The desire to be popular in school

  Pacific Rim Report: U.S. and North Korea summit

  A new device is helping people communicate with people across the globe

  Trending: Aladdin movie, man threatens to sue Hipster, bull dog plays dead

  Local meat producer expands operations on Oahu and Kauai

Kunoa Cattle Company is expanding it’s operations to provide more beef to schools on Oahu and Kauai.

  Dream expert Paul Unkrur talks about interpreting dreams

Unkrur talks about dreams that deal with physical appearances.

  Murphy’s Bar and Grill to hold annual block party

St. Patrick’s Day is this Sunday, which means it’s almost time for Murphy’s Bar and Grill annual block party.

  Healthier Hawaii: Window safety

Every year, thousands of children are seriously hurt by falling out of a window.

  The Voice recap: Halfway thru the Blind Auditions

We are the only halfway thru the Blind Auditions and teams are starting to fill up.

  Trending: Robocalls, special proposal, beer for dogs

For today’s trending, John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight” took action against robocalls.

  Kani Ka Pila Grille celebrates 10th anniversary

Kani Ka Pila Grille is known as the heart of live Hawaiian music in Waikiki.

  Local Grammy award-winning artist to make Hawaii Theater debut

Fresh off his Grammy win, Kalani Pe`a is now preparing for his show, “May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii.”

  CrimeStoppers to hold annual fundraiser

The event will support the organization and raise awareness for the Student CrimeStoppers initiative.

  Beth Giesting discusses the funding of pensions for government workers

Public workers and retirees make up 11% of the state's adult population.

  Taylor Inouye is back to share a scrumptious St. Patrick’s Day sweet

Filled with green buttercream, these cupcakes are a must have for St. Patrick’s Day.

  Kamehameha Schools prepares for Ho’ike 2019

This year is a reprise of “The Battle of Kuamo`o," and the students are taking the show all the way to Scotland.

  SmartMoney Monday: Travel on a Budget

Today’s topic is how to take a vacation break without breaking the bank. You may want to think plastic. The right credit card has travel rewards and sign up bonuses that can really help you go places and save a bundle. Those rewards programs...

  What’s Trending: Manafort’s sentence, How not to pour champagne, Ultimate ski lift

Couple interesting tweets about Paul Manafort’s light sentence for bank fraud. Guess who wrote this: General David Petraeus, no jail time, for trading secrets to get a more favorable biography; Paul Manafort, less than four years...

  Business Report: Drawings NOT made by Howard

These are better drawings, because they're made by children.When JTB decided to buy three electric buses for use in Hawaii, they had an idea.Why not wrap the buses in children's drawings made for the Blue Planet Foundation...

  “Smoke All Day” Is Not What You Think

This morning we’re talking with Ka’ikena Scanlan, a Hawaiian language professor at the University of Hawaii-HiloA song he wrote and performed went viral with radio stations and online. The name of the song is called “Smoke All Day.” What is he really talking about: Smoked Meat!

How does pro surfer Mark Healey train? By dipping into freezing Alaska waters!

Here's how the big-wave surfer is preparing for colder North Shore waters.

  Trending: Scotus, Curry shoes, Healey takes a dip in Alaska

Two Supreme Court justices, representing opposite wings of the court, say they don’t want cameras shooting court proceedings.

  Hawaiian Word: Maiau

The word Maiau means to be neat and careful in work, speech and appearance.

  Jerry Walker honored as Living Treasure to the Hawaiian people

OHA’s Living Treasures of the Hawaiian People awards honor masters of Hawaiian skills, crafts, and knowledge.

  UH Hilo professor creates viral song about ‘smoked meat’

In his viral hit “Smoke All Day,” he sings about smoked meat, and its place in Hawaii.

  What’s Trending: ‘Conflicted’ definition, X-mas decor still up, Interracial couple emojis, Masked dancer

President Trump keeps misusing the word “conflicted.” I want to explain what the word actually means. And what I think HE means. Trump uses it when, based on context, he appears to mean someone has a conflict of interest. What conflicted actually means...

  Real Estate Market update

Median home prices are still rising in most neighborhoods. But slowly. And that's an opportunity...

  The Voice: No one turned away in blind auditions

Last night on NBC, five singers were vying for spaces on the teams

  Geek Beat: Foldable Smartphones, Native Stories app, Microsoft Hololens 2

The Native Stories app is sharing tales of local people, places and culture.

  10th annual Kualoa Canoe Festival

The 10th annual Kualoa Canoe Festival is coming up tomorrow.

  Kitchen Creations: Reuben spring rolls

These rolls are made with corned beef from Kunoa Cattle Company.

  Kamehameha Schools graduate Kirby Ai is coming out with a new album

Kamehameha Schools graduate Kirby Ai is coming out with a new album. It's got a Pop-Rock/Country feel to it. This past summer he opened up for Country music stars Joe Nichols and Mitchell Tenpenny...

  Billy V: Voice Recap, Kylie Jenner becomes youngest billionaire, Fighting with my family, American Ninja Warrior

More of the Blind Auditions last night on “The Voice”. Patrick McAloon had a soft pop-rock sound and performed while his family closely watched Blake and Adam turned in their chairs. McAloon chose Team Adam. But the next contestant...

  She’s the world’s longest-serving kumu hula ... and has never stopped learning

"It comes from the heart and we teach the children to love it because we love it."

  Living Treasure of the Hawaiian People

Gordon “Umi” Kai, a master artisan and cultural practitioner, made his first weapon at the age of 19. Since that time, he has spent more than 40 years researching, practicing and refining his craft. He creates practical tools and implements for...

  SmartMoney Mondays: Financial tips for college students

This is the time of year when high school seniors are finding out if they’ve been accepted to college, so it’s a great time to talk about financial tips for college students. So, before they go off to college to get book smart, how can college students...

  What’s Trending: Financial transactions, Dancing bird, Pigcasso

More financial transactions are occurring outside the financial system. Since the market crash in 2008, the number of $100 bills in circulation has doubled. There are two theories, and both could be right. Theory 1: more people distrust banks and...

  Business Report: The so-called Southwest effect

This is getting mentioned more often in stories about Southwest launching to Hawaii.But it's not a law, or a guaranteed thing, So what is the Southwest Effect?Two years ago, MBA students at the University of Virginia studied the effects...

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Hoailona

The word Ho’ailona can be defined as a sign, a marker or an omen.

  What’s Trending: Andre Previn, new Dr. Seuss book, Lake Tahoe surfing

A new Dr. Seuss book is set to be released later this year.

  Creative Lab Hawaii to connect prospective film makers with industry professionals

Creative Lab Hawaii is holding a series of programs to connect prospective film and web writers, directors, and producers with industry professionals.

  New Zealand artist to open exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art

She’s in Hawaii for the opening of her new exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art.

  Fundraiser to support pond restoration for Loko Ea Fishpond

There’s a fundraiser coming up tomorrow for the Loko Ea Fishpond in Haleiwa.

  Kamehameha girls and boys wrestling teams win third state title

The Kamehameha boys and girls dominated on the mat, winning team state titles.

  Augie T’s Last Stand

Augie T presents “Augie T’s Last Stand” – his final big show – at The Neal Blaisdell Center – Arena, 777 Ward Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii on March 2, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. This special event will be filmed for broadcast – Augie T’s 10th comedy special...

  Honolulu Meets Houston event with James Beard award-winning Chef Hugo Ortega

On Thursday, February 28 at 7 p.m. guests can join Chef Hugo Ortega from Houston and Honolulu-based Chef Lee Ann Wong for a limited six-course prix fixe menu. It blends traditional Mexican recipes with fresh Hawaiian ingredients and flavors...

  What’s Trending: Sky dancing to Queen, Carrie Underwood sing Happy Birthday to son, Marie Kondo donations, Dog catches frisbee

We all love the music of Queen, right? Well, even if you’ve seen all their videos, you’ve never seen anything like this. An indoor skydiver...

  After 35 years, the Maryknoll Spartans are state champions again

It’s a drought that started in 1984, when the school won it’s first state championship.

  State Rep. Bob McDermott discusses national politics

We decided it was time to get a conservative perspective on what’s going on in national politics.

  Entertainment: Battle Rounds Day 2 for “The Voice” continues

Recap on Day 2 of "The Voice", Captain Marvel “Shaka”, “I Am The Night” Hawaii shown on TV, Wailau Ryder, John Cruz and Kalani Pe’a Grammy Jacket

  Healthier Hawaii: Heart Health

For the month of February, we’re focusing on heart health. One of the main risk factors of heart disease is high blood pressure. What is blood pressure?Blood pressure is the pressure that your body produces to get blood to your organs and tissues...

  What’s Trending: Seatback screen cameras, Dog doesn’t understand glass, Grace reads to kids, Baby Boy Drummer

What if the seatback screen you look at when flying, looks back at you...

  Business Report: The January hotel report

Here are the hotel occupancy report numbers for the month of January. Kauai 74.9% (82.8) $322+6%...

  Punana Leo to teach Hawaiian language to keiki and parents

Aha Punana Leo has been leading the Hawaiian language movement for decades.

  Trending: Oscar obit, hula in the snow, lucky charms beer

Former Honolulu resident Tee Phan is staying warm with a little bit of Hula in Minnesota.

Damien wins first-ever State basketball championship

For the first time in school history - the Damien Monarchs are state basketball champions. The Monarchs cruised to the Division Two state title over Farrington. Lindon Sevilleja, Bryce Forbes, Hayden Bayudan and head coach Al Stephenson...

  ACLU National Legal Dir. speaks at UH’s Orvis Auditorium

The national legal director appears on Sunrise to talk about the biggest threats to civil rights right now.

  Sunrise Shape Up: Hot Yoga

A lot of people have heard of Bikram yoga but haven’t tried it. How painful is it, how difficult is it? It all depends on you. It’s all about how you push yourself. The whole point of yoga practice is to recharge your body battery. Regain energy...

  Business Report: Business Report: Which states have the most union workers?

Forbes magazine did some research on this, and here is their map.The darkest color represents 14% or higher union employees.Hawaii and New York are tops in the nation.Union membership is 23% here, 22% in New York, 20% in Washington...

  The Papakolea Ohana Health Fair to start this Saturday

Over 40 health and wellness providers, along with native Hawaiian cultural practitioners will be on site.

  For The Family: Teaching your kids healthy habits while having fun

So you’re looking for something to teach your kids healthy habits but also have fun at the same time, right? Christi Young from Honolulu Family came in to talk about...

  SmartMoney Monday: Teaching teens about finances

Talking with teens about any subject can be challenging, but having the money talk is an important topic at an important time in their lives. So, where can parents start? For this week’s SmartMoney Monday...