HAWAII MARKS EHIME MARU ANNIVERSARY
It's been 10 years since the USS Greenville submarine surfaced south of Diamond Dead and slammed into a Japanese fishing boat. Four students and five crewmen aboard were killed. Ramsay Wharton will have a preview of today's memorial at Kakaako Waterfront Park marking this somber anniversary.
LOOKING BACK ON THE INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT
News coverage revealed the Greenville crew members were negligent and "showing off" when they ascended rapidly, striking the Ehime Maru. Looking back on this international incident, what do you remember about the tragedy and fallout? Send us your comments on our Hawaii News Now Facebook page or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GAMBLING HOT TOPIC AT THE CAPITOL
Today lawmakers will consider a bill that would grant a 10-year license to one stand-alone casino in a Waikiki hotel. Another bill would allow gambling on ships offshore.
CIVIL UNIONS BILL ADVANCES
The House Judiciary Committee passed the Civil Unions bill after 5 hours of testimony last night, but there were a few alterations made to the measure. What's the next step?
LAW AND ORDER SVU'S CHRISTOPHER MELLONI
Law and Order SVU is in its 12th season and this morning, we'll chat live via satellite with one of its stars. Actor Christopher Melloni. That's Detective Elliot Stabler to fans of the show.
INSIDE THE GRAMMY AWARDS
Local boy Bruno Mars is up for 7 Grammy Awards and he'll team up on stage for the first time with nominees B.o.B. and Janelle Monáe for a special performance on Sunday. Sunrise will get the scoop on what to expect in a live satellite interview with the Executive Producer of the show. Be sure to watch for Teri Okita's live reports from the red carpet in Los Angeles this Sunday.
A NEW DAY, A NEW YOU: ANGER MANAGEMENT
Where do you think Honolulu ranks in a list of the "Angriest Cities?" We're not at the top, but we're not at the bottom either. This morning, our New Day, New You segment looks at anger management techniques.
DOGGIE SPEED DATING
You've heard of puppy love? Dogs choose their owners as much as people pick their bets. The Hawaiian Humane Society is holding a free dog adoption in the hopes of matching orphaned dogs with new homes for Valentine's Day. You'll find the details on HawaiiNewsNow.com.
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