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MAUI ROCKFALL RISKS
Crews will check Honoapiilani Highway today for more rock fall risks. Heavy rain and runoff sent debris that fell from the hillside forced a road closure there yesterday.
Lava is moving towards a home in the Alabama Gardens Subdivision. We'll have a live talk back with the Volcanoes Observatory to check on its path.
SNOW IN SOUTH CAUSES TRAVEL PROBLEMS, SNOW ON MAUNA KEA SUMMIT MELTING
Travelers don't want another snow day. A rare storm in the South stranded passengers at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport yesterday. Meanwhile, the snow that accumulated over the weekend on the Big Island is melting fast on Mauna Kea.
A new restaurant has opened its doors in Kapolei and never closes them. Ramsay reports live from the newest addition to Kapolei Commons- a 24 hour Denny's.
ELTON JOHN'S FIRST CONCERT ON MAUI
Sir Elton John is coming to Maui. Promoter Tom Moffatt will join us to talk about the much anticipated concert.
Chef Chai is back in the Sunrise kitchen whipping up something tasty. And, this week's segments are twice as nice. Chai has brought along a guest chef.
Taizo and Dr. V test out some experiments with coins with a little help from our Dan Cooke.
Former Buffalo Bills' Star Thurman Thomas will re-live the glory days. He made it to four Super Bowls in a row.
ENTERTAINMENT BUZZ FROM BILLY V
What really ended Sarah Palin's reality show? Billy reveals the latest theories. Michael Douglas says he's beaten throat cancer and one of the original "Girls Next Door" thinks she has a winning recipe for a restaurant.
A BET'S A BET
Let's hope Steve doesn't rub it in too much. He's no doubt going to gloat that he picked Auburn over Oregon in the college football national championship game. I was pulling for the Ducks. But, a bet's a bet. I'll have to get him breakfast later.
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