Good morning Sunrise viewers!
BACK TO WORK FOR PRESIDENT OBAMA
The First Family left Hawaii late last night to return home to our Nation's Capitol, but they squeezed in a lot on their last day. See how they wrapped up their trip and what's first on the President's to do list.
Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle called a recent state-sponsored financial report on Oahu's mass transit project "shoddy and biased." The City Council transportation committee will take a closer look during hearings that are a final step before sending the plan to the Federal Government for approval.
RAMSAY LIVE AT EWA MAKAI MIDDLE SCHOOL
The Ewa Makai Middle School opens today. Ramsay Wharton will bring us a live report from the new campus.
CHATS WITH CITY COUNCIL
All week long, Sunrise will welcome Honolulu City Council members in studio to discuss the pressing issues and challenges facing the City.
JAMMING JAKE SHIMABUKURO
What better way to wake up than to a serenade from ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro? He'll start our Tuesday off on the right note.
Great music and great food to start your Tuesday morning! Chef Chai Chaowasaree is back in the Sunrise kitchen whipping up more delicious dishes. (Did I mention I love my job?)
HAPPILY EVER AFTER
Into the Woods combines favorite fairytales into a Tony award winning musical. Want to see Cinderella, Rapunzel and Little Red Riding Hood remixed in an irreverent way? Paliku Theatre will drop by to preview the production.
PSYCHIC'S PREDICTIONS FOR 2011
She predicted the expansion of Sunrise and merger. Now, psychic Alane 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.
Dr. V teaches us how to make candles in case of an emergency.
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