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Sunrise: 22 Displaced by Overnight Fire, Sen. Inouye Says No to Earmarks & Super Bowl Pupus

LILIHA FIRE

While you were sleeping, a fire at a boarding house in Liliha displaced 22 residents and sent two people to the hospital. Ramsay Wharton will report live from the scene.

BULKY TRASH PICK UPS RESUME

The city will start clearing bulky trash from the streets today after a 2 week disruption, but they're not giving you much notice. You have to have items curbside by 6 this morning.

SNOW STORM EFFECTS

The snow storm in our nation's midsection continues to cause problems. We're tracking the severe weather effects.

ACROSS THE AISLE

Senator Daniel Inouye is proud to "bring home the bacon" in federal money to Hawaii. So, why's he suddenly calling for a 2 year halt to earmarks? Our political pundits will debate this one and other hot topics like civil unions.

TOUR OF THE SUPER BOWL STADIUM

The Cowboys Stadium is the world's biggest indoor stadium and may be the most technologically-advanced in the country. We'll get a behind the scenes look at what makes the stadium run with the tech guy behind it all Lance Caserotti.

SUPER BOWL PUPUS FROM THE ALLEY

The Alley Restaurant's Executive Chef Glenn Uyeda will take over our Sunrise kitchen and show us how to make delicious dishes perfect for a Super Bowl party or even Valentine's Day. On the menu this morning? Pepper marinated beef rib eye steak and Asian marinated pork spareribs! Yum!

CHEAP EATS

Russ and Lyle take us to another local favorite turning out mouth watering specials that won't break your budget.

EGAN INOUE'S BOOT CAMP

After so much food, we'll need to work it off. Malika will try out Mixed Martial Arts Champ Egan Inoue's boot camp this morning.

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See you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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