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Coming Up on Sunrise Monday Morning

Happy Aloha Friday Sunrise viewers!

BAD BREAK

Forrest street is closed between Ala Moana Boulevard and Papu Street because of a water main break. Taizo will keep us updated on all traffic alerts on this back to work Monday.

TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT

Lava is closing in on a home in the Kalapana Gardens Subdivision on the Big Island. It's now within 300 feet of the structure. This is the same area where two homes burned down last year.

MONEY TALKS

The Department of Transportation and the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs will make their case today at the Capitol for funding for the State's airports and harbors.

SONY OPEN

The Sony Open is back. This time, with some new bells and whistles. Ramsay Wharton will check out the set up at Waialae Country Club for the annual PGA event.

TERI OKITA JOINS US TO TALK ABOUT HER NEW ROLE AT HAWAII NEWS NOW

Teri Okita joins Keahi Tucker on the anchor desk tonight at 6 on KGMB. She'll drop by Sunrise to talk about how her career has come full circle. She started at KGMB, went on to anchor in Washington D.C., then reported around the world as a CBS correspondent before returning home to Hawaii News Now.

GET A LIFE, NOT A JOB

Dr. Paula Caligiuri, author of "Get a Life, Not a Job: Do What You Love and Let Your Talents Work for You" will share secrets to success for unhappy employees frustrated with dead-end jobs or company downsizing. We'll also talk with a company hiring locally for this week's Job Link Now.

BUILDING MATERIAL AND APPLIANCE OUTLET

Habitat for Humanity opened its Leeward Oahu ReStore outlet to the public in October. Sales of new and slightly used materials and donated appliances give customers a deal and keep excess materials out of landfills.

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See you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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