Sunrise Interviews

  What’s Trending: Another royal wedding and Hawaii’s likelihood of surviving the zombie apocalypse

What is the likelihood of Hawaii surviving the zombie apocalypse? Find out on What's Trending.

  Local girl takes on ‘American Ninja Warrior Junior’ challenge

A local girl is showing her ninja skills on "American Ninja Warrior Junior."

Marie Osmond’s Birthday Celebration

International superstar and American icon MarieOsmond will headline her first Hawaii concert at the Blaisdell Arena this October.

Stop the Ant Month

Officials are asking people who may have an ant problem to pick up a collecting kit and send the insects off to identify what kind they are.

Pacific Rim Report: U.S. sees China in the South China Sea and more

On this segment of the Pacific Rim Report, the U.S. and China have had some near-collisions in the South China Sea.

OHA Trustee At-Large Candidate Brendon Kalei`aina Lee

OHA Trustee At-Large Candidate Brendon Kalei`aina Lee

Hawaii Sketch Comedy Festival kicks off next week

The festival will feature comedy sketches, musicals, and improve comedy. Local groups and celebrity comics will also be attending.

Foodie Fix: Vein at Kakaako

Grace Lee and Melissa Chang from Frolic Hawaii stopped by Vein at Kakaako for this week's Foodie Fix.

HFD raises awareness for fire prevention week

Captain Scot Seguirant from the Honolulu Fire Department was on Sunrise to chat about fire prevention week.

OHA Trustee At-Large Candidate Lei Ahu Isa

OHA Trustee At-Large Candidate Lei Ahu Isa

Healthier Hawaii: Breast Cancer Research

Dr. Jami Fukui, a medical oncologist at Kapiolani Medical Center, talks about advances in breast cancer research and treatment.

  KCC Healthy-licious Cooking Competition

Culinary students at Kapiolani Community College competed in the Art of Healthy-licious Cooking Contest over the weekend.

What’s Trending: Meteorite doorstop, Bruno Mars' birthday celebration

On this segment of What's Trending: a rare doorstop, Bruno Mars' birthday and more.

Business Report: Corn ethanol, China trade war and more

Howard talks corn ethanol, the China trade war and more on this business segment.

Kilauea eruption impact on orchid industry

The lava set back Hawaiian horticulture, but life goes on and so does the orchid show.

“Go for Broke: An Origin Story” coming to theaters this month

“Go For Broke: An Origin Story” is a locally-made film based on the untold stories of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team.

For the Family: Halloween DIY projects

Christi Young from Honolulu Family Magazine is here to walk us through a couple of fun Halloween DIY projects.

Facebook Free-For-All: Halloween costumes

The Sunrise cast discusses Halloween costumes on this segment of Facebook Free-For-All.

OHA trustee at-large candidate: Rowena Akana

Rowena Akana is one of six candidates running for OHA's trustee at-large position.

Free language-learning app now offers Hawaiian language

Duolingo, a free language-learning app, now offers users the opportunity to learn the Hawaiian language.

OHA trustee at-large candidate: William Aila Jr.

William Aila Jr. is running for the trustee at-large position at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

  Wilson Elementary encourages keiki to get outside and stay fit

Hundreds of students took part in the "Ka La Pa`ani" Day on Friday.

  13th annual Canstruction Competition

The annual Canstruction competition is coming up and teams are adding the finishing touches to their can-structures.

Hawaii Youth Sustainability Challenge

The non-profit Kupu is offering mini-grants through its Hawaii Youth Sustainability Challenge.

KCC Farmers' Market marks 15 years

Megan Kono manages farmers markets for the farm bureau and stopped by Sunrise to tell us more.

Augie T is holding his final comedy show

Hawaii comedian Augie T is holding his final big show next week.

New clinical trial studies cardio-inflammatory health

Head of Cardax Pharmaceuticals, David Watumull talks about a new clinical trial on cardio-inflammatory health.

Opponents say constitutional amendment on investment property tax too vague

This November, voters will get this question on the ballot: Should the state Legislature “be authorized to establish ... a surcharge on investment real property to be used to support public education?”

Native Hawaiian Convention will celebrate Hawaii’s top fashion designers

Designer Kini Zamora stopped by Sunrise to chat about the new fashion show at the 17th annual Native Hawaiian Convention.

Healthier Hawaii: Atrial fibrillation

Technology advancements are helping doctor’s detect atrial fibrillation earlier and be able to treat it faster.

Children and Youth Day to feature cultural concert

This year marks the 25th year anniversary of Children and Youth Day.

  Men’s March Against Violence

The march is scheduled to begin at 11:45 p.m., and is meant to raise awareness of domestic violence.

Kitchen Creations: Tiki’s Grill and Bar

Chef Ronnie Nasuti from Tiki’s Grill and Bar cooks up karaage chicken and waffles with Ko Hana Rum syrup.

Big Island campaign encourages visitors to respect the island

The goal of the Pono Pledge: encourage visitors to have an awareness of the sense of place of where they are visiting.

Geek Beat: Google to release new, competitive tech

There is a ton of new, innovative tech from Google. Sunrise's geeks break it down for you.

15th annual Clean Energy Fair

Hawaiian Electric’s 15th annual Clean Energy Fair is happening Saturday at Kahala Mall.

The Festa Italian festival is coming to Kakaako

The festival celebrates Italian food, music, and culture.

Susan G. Komen race for the cure

The non profit is working toward finding a cure for breast cancer and they’ve got some great support from a local school.

Divas for Donors benefit raises awareness, funds for bone marrow donor registry

Break out your 70s and 80s-themed gear for the annual Give2Live Divas for Donors benefit to raise funds, awareness for Hawaii's bone marrow registry.

State official discusses process of renaming fissure 8

Fissure 8 in lower Puna is more than a hundred feet tall. And a lot of people believe it needs an actual name.

SmartMoney Monday: Using technology to manage finances

It’s time again for SmartMoney Mondays! We have Leighton Genobia from Bank of Hawaii here with us today to help us lose all that paper and take our finances into the digital age.