Good Monday Morning Sunrisers,
Grace Lee is on vacation this week. She'll miss out on a fun celebration this morning. Today is Steve Uyehara's birthday!
After months of anticipation, the wait is almost for Hawaii Five-0 fans. The stars will hit the red carpet tonight for the local premiere at Sunset on the Beach. We'll get the scoop from the show's executive producer, casting director and stunt coordinator.
The primary election is just five days away. The leading gubernatorial candidates will try to sway last-minute voters this week on Sunrise. Republican candidate Lt. Governor Duke Aiona is up first.
It's a battle of the ages! Survivor: Nicaragua divides young and old castaways when it premieres in a new time slot this Wednesday on KGMB. We'll chat with a member from each tribe. Kelly Bruno is a 26-year-old amputee whose father was killed during the earthquake in Haiti. She'll be joined by two-time Super Bowl-winning coach Jimmy Johnson, a member of the old tribe.
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See you on television,
~ Lisa Kubota