Good Tuesday Morning Sunrisers,
Hundreds of sailors will leave Hawaii today for the Middle East and Western Pacific on a guided-missile destroyer. The USS Paul Hamilton will depart from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Today is National Meth Awareness Day. Hawaii ranks #5 in the nation for crystal methamphetamine use by people 12 and older. The executive director of the Hawaii Meth Project and a student member of the HMP Teen Advisory Council will stop by our studio to discuss the devastating effects of the drug.
The Department of Transportation is holding a public hearing from 6 to 8 tonight on the Pier 29 Container Yard Reconstruction Project. The DOT wants nearby residents and businesses to know about the possible impacts of the $24.5 million construction proposal.
With Christmas just around the corner, a gadget guru will share his top video game picks this season. He'll also reveal the latest trends in the industry.
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See you on television,
~ Lisa Kubota