Sunrise Interviews

  Hawaii Pa’u Riders in 2019 Rose Parade

BIA’s annual policy summit to discuss solutions to Hawaii’s housing crisis

Dream Expert: What do your dreams mean?

City officials to discuss climate change in series of meetings

Restaurant Week: Eating House

Local comedian Andy Bumatai to perform at Blue Note

Continued Coverage

  MADD Hawaii launches annual holiday campaign, shares mocktail recipes

‘My Hero’s Shadow’ to premiere at Hawaii International Film Festival

It’s Restaurant Week: 53 By the Sea

Don’t know what gifts to buy? Here’s a holiday shopping guide

UH Cancer Center offers 2 new clinical trials on breast cancer treatment, detection

Kikaida to return to Hawaii this weekend

  Local film “Stoke” to premiere this weekend

“Stoke” is a locally made film premiering this weekend at the Hawaii International Film Festival.

11th annual Restaurant Week starts Friday

Several restaurants are offering special menus or promotions through next Sunday.

  AIA Honolulu hosts educational workshops on livable cities

AIA to host a series of free workshops on livable cities.

Kalani Pe’a to release new album

Grammy and Na-Hoku-winning artist Kalani Pe’a has a new album coming out.

  ’Nothing gets done’: In impassioned interview, Marissa Kerns explains why she’s running for lieutenant governor

James Brown tribute concert

Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii annual conference

Tango Extravaganza heads back to the islands

Leeward Discovery Fair at Leeward Community College

Sen. Mazie Hirono discusses the top issues facing the nation

  Special Olympics Hawaii 50th Anniversary

Recognizing five decades of work supporting Hawaii athletes with intellectual disabilities, Special Olympics Hawaii will host a 50th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 at Mid-Pacific Country Club at 5:30 p.m. The benefit event invites guests to enjoy a festive evening of dining...

Geek Beat: Apple’s Latest Porducts

Geek Beat: The Geeks reviews Apple's latest products

51st annual statewide “Juried Exhibition”

Fine art will be on display at Hawaii Craftsmen’s 51st statewide “Juried Exhibition.”

MLB stars to train in Hawaii for first time

Major league baseball players will be making a stop in Hawaii for the first time this weekend.

Charley’s Taxi driving simulator

The new virtual driving lab simulator not only tests driving skills, but also creates distracted driving simulations to test a person’s ability to stay focused on the road.

Youth Challenge Academy recruiting

The program will teach cadets life-long skills, including job skills and responsible citizenship.

  Made in Maui County Festival

The Made in Maui County Festival is considered the islands' biggest local shopping day of the year, and it’s coming up this weekend.

Bitcoin may link to global warming

A new study says that widespread adoption of bitcoin will exacerbate global warming.

HART Board pushes for charter amendment

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit is supporting a charter amendment that would help fix a quorum challenge.

Super Typhoon Yutu tied for strongest storm of 2018

Super Typhoon Yutu slammed into the northern Mariana islands, one person even saying it looked like a small war swept through.

National Drug Takeback Day

Tomorrow is national take back day so it’s the perfect time to turn in unused or expired medications.

Hawaii Youth Symphony celebrates the "Gift of Music” in upcoming fundraiser

The Hawaii Youth Symphony will be celebrating the gift of music “In The Key of Sea” at its upcoming fundraiser.

Campaign 2018: City council candidate Tommy Waters

The elections are less than two weeks away and one of the most-watched races for city council is the seat for East Honolulu.

Hear spooky Hawaii ghost stories just in time for Halloween

The events will be held Friday and Saturday.

Kids get in free at upcoming UH Wahine volleyball game

UH is coming off two sweeps on the road.

Foodie Fix: Pier 9 by Sam Choy

Chef Sam Choy is in the house for this week's Foodie Fix.

Healthcare Hero: Dee Ono

Pamela Punihaole can't talk about Dee Ono and the care the home health nurse provided her husband without choking up.

Honolulu Zoo’s “Boo at the Zoo” event

Halloween is just around the corner and the Honolulu Zoo is hosting a family-friendly event this weekend.

Wine and Dine event to support Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

A special wine and dine event to benefit the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is coming up Monday.

Dream Big Teacher Challenge: Music teacher proposes Hawaii’s very own Music Olympics

He wants to create a Niu Valley Music Olympic Invitational.

Kahuku Medical Center 10th anniversary

The Kahuku Medical Center will be 90 years old next year, but this Saturday it also marks a tenth anniversary.

Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s STEM Fest

The Girl Scouts of Hawaii’s STEM Fest is coming up next week Saturday.

  Sunrise Shape Up: Total body workout

In this week’s Sunrise Shape Up, Bryan Watkins and Phil Martin show Steve a total body workout.

Dream Big Teacher Challenge: Aiea teacher dreams of a health science community center

If she won, an Aiea teacher would use a $100,000 grant to create a health science community center.

Dream Big Teacher Challenge: A Big Island elementary teacher hopes to build a telescope observatory

A Big Island teacher is in the running for a $100,000 grant from Farmers Insurance.

Energy Star Day

The ratepayer-funded agency, Hawaii Energy, is helping people celebrate Energy Star Day.

Hundreds of surfers to participate in 100 Wave Challenge

Hundreds of surfers, including some pros, will hit the beach to take the 100 Wave Challenge.

Congressional candidate Brian Evans to take on Gabbard in election

Brian Evans is running to become Hawaii’s next delegate to Congress.

Hawaii girl on Food Network’s ‘Kids Baking Championship’ demonstrates Halloween cupcakes

Taylor Inouye made Hawaii proud when she went on Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship.

Easter Seals Hawaii to host first-ever Brunch and Bloom

Easter Seals Hawaii is hosting its first-ever Brunch and Bloom.

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra to perform next week

Hawaii Youth Symphony and Hawaii Symphony Orchestra will be performing in a “side-by-side” concert next week.

Ever consider living in Kaimuki? Locations explains why it’s a great neighborhood

Scott Higashi of Locations profiles Kaimuki and why homebuyers should consider looking here.

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii fundraiser

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii has cleared more than 375-thousand pounds of plastic and other debris from Hawaii’s shores.

Ohana Matters: All or nothing thinking

With several issues polarizing the country, we’re talking about how to manage what’s called “all or nothing thinking.”

Geek Beat: Smart robot, quantum artificial intelligence created, Snapchat adds cat filter

The segment includes a robot that can run and navigate obstacles and new advancements with quantum computers.

YWCA Oahu seeks honorees for 2019 Leader Luncheon

YWCA O‘ahu is accepting nominations for its 2019 LeaderLuncheon Honorees.For over 40 years, YWCA O‘ahu has honored women leaders at this premier LeaderLuncheon event. These women have demonstrated leadership in making a difference in our community.

7th annual Friendship Jam

It’s a benefit for the Best Buddies Hawaii, which supports those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Vet on the Set: Cat communication

Vets say that communication from your cat can be verbal and non-verbal.

  11th annual Wahine Forum

Hawaii’s top women in business and leadership roles come together to share what they learned with the next leaders.

Constitutional Convention debate

This November Hawaii voters will decide whether or not to hold a constitutional convention.

SmartMoney Mondays: Compund Interest

Compound interest affects anyone with a loan or savings account. It sounds complicated, but it's really not! Depending on the situation, interest can be the cost of borrowing money and also money that you earn.

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.