Good Monday morning to you Sunrise Ohana. Here's a look at what's ahead this morning.
PALI LANDSLIDE CLEARED
We have good news for morning commuters. The landslide that closed the Kailua bound lanes of the Pali Highway last night has been cleared. Taizo will alert us to any other traffic troubles.
LIFE ON THE STREETS
You can't miss the homeless camps sprouting up around the State. But, what's it like to live on the streets? Ramsay Wharton went on assignment within homeless havens. She kicks off an in depth look at homelessness this morning that gives us a never before seen view of Hawaii's "faceless" population.
TSUNAMI ONE YEAR LATER: LESSONS LEARNED
One year after the State braced for a tsunami that luckily didn't live up to the worst case scenario, what have we learned? Jim Mendoza's special report is coming up at 5:40.
HIKI NO "A GO"
The nation's first statewide student news network in the nation begins tonight on PBS Hawaii. We'll have a preview of the first newscast from one of the school's involved in the project.
NATIONAL PANCAKE DAY
You know our Sunrise team believes breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So, National Pancake Day is an unofficial Sunrise holiday. We have the scoop on how you can score free short stacks at 8:10 on KFVE.
A NEW DAY, A NEW YOU: FACIAL YOGA
Have you considered facial yoga as a tension buster? It's been around for 30 years and some swear it's a "natural facelift." See how it works at 7:50.
OSCAR HITS AND MISSES
From the best and worst acceptance speeches (did Melissa Leo really drop an F-bomb?) to red carpet looks people are talking about today, we'll have a recap of the Oscars, including the scathing reviews of the hosts.
ONCE UPON ONE TIME JR.
Lisa Matsumoto's popular production "Once Upon One Time Jr." is coming to St. Francis School. Students will give us a preview at 8:20.
See you on Sunrise!