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Coming up on Sunrise Wednesday Morning

Good morning Sunrise viewers!

COLLEEN HANABUSA SWORN INTO CONGRESS

Freshman Representative Colleen Hanabusa is one of the new faces who will be sworn into Congress this morning. We'll bring you the ceremony live from our Nation's capitol.

ACROSS THE AISLE

The U.S. House and Senate will look very different. Coming up in our Across the Aisle segment, Dylan Nonaka and Brickwood Galuteria will give their take on the changing makeup of Congress, the ballooning deficit and calls for "fiscal responsibility", and suggest some New Year's resolutions for leaders.

PRICE FOR PRESIDENT'S VISIT

How much did the President's vacation cost the State? We'll have the latest price tag.

ALOHA AIRLINES REVIVAL?

The airline folded years ago, but the name has just sold. Does this mean someone plans to start a new Aloha? Howard Dicus will have the details.

SURF'S UP

A high surf advisory is posted through Thursday night. Dan Cooke is tracking the building swell.

CHAT BACK WITH "ARE WE THERE YET" STAR TERRY CREWS

Terry Crews talks about the return of his popular TBS sitcom "Are We There Yet?" He's a very busy man these days. Aside from shooting his series, he's also the subject of his own reality show with his wife and 5 children. So, what's funnier- real life or Hollywood drama? He answers that question and more.

MALIKA LEARNS NEW MOVES FROM THE NATIONAL DANISH PERFORMANCE TEAM

They're ambassadors for the First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign and this morning, they're trying to teach our Malika Dudley their signature gymnastic moves.

 

 

CHEAP EATS

You never know what they'll find. Russell Yamanoha and Lyle Galdeira serve up another edition of Cheap Eats.

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Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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