Good Monday Morning Sunrisers,
A former police officer took a tourist bus hostage during a 10-hour standoff in the Philippines. There were 25 people, including 22 foreigners, on the bus in Manila. The gunman, Rolando Mendoza, was demanding his job back. At least two hostages appear to have survived the bus hijacking. Watch for updates on Sunrise.
Honolulu police are looking for a suspect in a hit-and-run case that sent a woman to the hospital in critical condition. The crash happened on Sunday evening in the Kahala Mall parking lot. Investigators said Charlene Alipio was standing in an empty parking stall when a car cut through and hit her. The vehicle is described as a white four-door sedan.
Oahu's motorsports community is moving forward with plans to construct a new facility. Organizers are encouraging people to attend an upcoming open house at Kalaeloa Raceway Park. They'll appear on Sunrise this morning to discuss some new developments.
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