Good morning Sunrise viewers!
WAREHOUSE FIRE IN KALAELOA
Ramsay Wharton will be live at the scene of a warehouse fire in Kalaeloa. Remember the trash that was supposed to be shipped to the Mainland before the project got scrapped? We understand that's what's burning. Ramsay will update us on this developing story throughout the morning.
WHAT'S ON TAP?
Director of the Sierra Club Hawaii Chapter Robert Harris will share alarming findings about a cancer causing carcinogen in Honolulu's tap water. Chromium 6 is the same chemical exposed in the Julia Roberts movie "Erin Brockovich" that's been linked to gastrointestinal tumors in laboratory animals.
SNEAK PEEK AT HOT GADGETS BEFORE THE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW OPENS
Sunrise will get an advance look at products expected to make a big splash at the Consumer Electronics Show before the doors even open. Behindthebuy.com's David Gregg will show us what's hot.
BIGGEST LOSERS COUPLE CHALLENGE
Losing weight is a popular New Year's resolution. One contest challenges couples to shed unwanted pounds together. Malika Dudley checks out their grueling workout regimen.
PULITZER PRIZE WINNING AUTHOR ISABEL WILKERSON
Pulitzer Prize Winner and Author Isabel Wilkerson will hold a free lecture January 7th at Iolani School. Before then, she'll drop by Sunrise to talk about her book "The Decision of Their Lives: The Untold Story of America's Great Migation."
Oily or dry? Do you have any idea how to figure out your skin type? A Dior aesthetician will show us a test tailored for skin types. And, here's a bonus. She'll give away a free facial for a lucky viewer who submits a beauty question. The only catch? You have to be open to a facial appointment Friday morning at 10 AM.
Looking for something fun to do to start your New Year? Byron Furukawa tells us what's happening around town this weekend.
Of course, Taizo is watching traffic and Dan will have weather. And Steve... Well, I'm still trying to figure out what he does. Just Kidding. (It's a little quiz to find out if anyone reads this far.)
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