Happy Wednesday morning, Sunrisers,
Post-election day highs and lows. We'll have reaction from the biggest races across the state including what Governor-elect Neil Abercrombie wants to do first personally and professionally.
Investigating surfing champion Andy Irons death. The pro-surfer was forced to pull out of a competition in Puerto Rico because he was sick. His family said he had dengue fever. This morning, we'll bring in an expert in the illness to discuss the symptoms, how its contracted and the dangers of it.
Huge waves are rolling in. Dan Cooke forecasts that the surf may not be as large as yesterday, but it will still be epic and dangerous.
Giant celebration. That's what's happening in San Francisco today after the Giants won the world series on Monday. We'll take you there live.
Lights, camera, action, rollover! It's the annual Pet Film Festival. You can make your family member a star for free. All you need is a short video that you can shoot on a cell phone.
Cheap Eats Italian. Looking for authentic pizza, lasagna and stromboli. Lyle and Russ show you the way in Kaimuki.
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- Grace Lee