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On Sunrise: Search for Arson Suspect in Deadly Liliha Fire

DEADLY FIRE INTENTIONALLY SET

New developments in the Liliha fire we first brought to you yesterday on Sunrise. One man died from injuries suffered in the fire and investigators say it was no accident. They tell us the deadly fire that left 21 others homeless was intentionally set. So, are there any suspects?

LOCAL REACTION TO PROTESTS IN EGYPT

The violent anti-government protests in Cairo are now in day 10 and they turned deadly yesterday. 5 people were killed in a clash involving supporters and opponents of President Hosni Mubarak. Ramsay Wharton is getting local reaction to this international crisis this morning. Voice your opinion on our Hawaii News Now Facebook page.

SHAWN CHING'S FIRST HAWAII NEWS NOW APPEARANCE

Our new 5 & 5:30 Evening News Anchor Shawn Ching gets a Sunrise welcome to the Hawaii News Now ohana. He'll sit down with us in our 6 o'clock hour to talk about his decision to leave his second career as a Lawyer and come back to local TV news. The veteran newscaster will make his debut alongside Stephanie Lum on Monday February 14th.

BP OIL SPILL PROGRESS REPORT

How is Louisiana recovering from the catastrophic BP Oil Spill? We'll talk live via satellite with Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne.

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF HULA

The award-winning dance troupe N Lei Hulu I Ka Wkiu celebrates the company's landmark 25th anniversary with "25 Years of Hula." We'll have a preview of their upcoming performance retrospective at the Hawaii Theatre.

LIVE CHAT WITH ACTRESSES VANESSA WILLIAMS AND LISA KUDROW

The talented actresses will talk about NBC's acclaimed series "Who Do You Think You Are?" The show follows celebrities as they trace

their family trees. Vanessa Williams is one of the featured celebrities this season. So's Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, Rosie O'Donnell, Steve Buscemi, Kim Cattrall, Lionel Richie and Ashley Judd.

WORLD STAND UP TOUR

The World Stand Up of Paddling Tour kicks off at Sunset Beach. Malika Dudley will have live reports.

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ONE MONTH AND COUNTING...

By the way, it's my one month Anniversary on Sunrise. We'll see if Steve and the rest of the gang remember. Don't say anything, but I bought them all little gifts to mark the occasion.

Look forward to seeing you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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