Good Tuesday Morning Sunrisers,
Union members at the Hilton Hawaiian Village are back on the job today after leaving the picket lines. The five-day strike ended at midnight. Both sides are set to return to the bargaining table on October 25.
Colleen Hanabusa and Charles Djou will face off at 6:30 tonight in our "Race for Congress" debate live from the Blaisdell. We'll continue our in-depth interviews with the candidates this morning, with Hanabusa stopping by our studio.
If you're worried about bed bugs and other pests, get some tips from an industry expert. We'll have a preview of the National Pest Management Association's conference that starts tomorrow at the Hawaii Convention Center. The four-day event includes information on new products, services and legislative issues.
Hawaii is taking part in an international effort to fight a crippling disease. Rotarians throughout the state are helping to raise awareness and funds for World Polio Day on October 23.
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Grace Lee will be back in the studio tomorrow.
See you on television,