Happy New Year Sunrise viewers!
I hope you can join us this morning. We have a great show planned for my first day.
PRESIDENT'S HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY WINDS DOWN
It's the First Family's last day in Hawaii. They're scheduled to head back to our nation's capitol late tonight. Don't worry. Sasha and Malia will not get in trouble for missing two days of school!
The last surviving cast member of the original Hawaii Five-O will drop by Sunrise this morning at 7:45 AM to reminisce about his breakout role and perhaps, reveal details about his cameo on a new episode of the Five-O reboot airing on KGMB9 tonight at 9 PM. Al Harrington will also talk about his late co-star, James MacArthur, and a tribute planned in his honor later this month at the Hawaii Theatre.
Did your phone's alarm clock fail you? It could have made me late for work! Ahead on Sunrise, what problem left iPhone users sleeping in accidentally.
RAMSAY LIVE AT THE OHANA FESTIVAL
Can you hear the pounding beat of the taiko performers? All morning long, Ramsay Wharton will check out the sights and sounds of the New Year's Ohana Festival. From mochi pounding to crafts, see what popular attractions are back and what's new for families to enjoy this year.
PSYCHIC'S PREDICTIONS FOR 2011
She predicted the expansion of Sunrise and merger. Now, psychic Elaine Cole is back with predictions for the New Year. Will the economy improve? What about the rail project? And, yes, we couldn't let her leave without her revelations about the future of Sunrise.
TIFF AND MAKE UP
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Steve and I had our first tiff in our young relationship as co-anchors. Nothing major, but enough of a reason for us to get some Sunrise couple's counseling. See what led to the intervention and the solution!
I'm excited to join the Sunrise Ohana and want to hear from you! Send your comments and suggestions to Sunrise@HawaiiNewsNow.com <mail to:Sunrise@HawaiiNewsNow.com>.
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See you on Sunrise!