We're following the HECO strike, a downed power pole and more on this Monday morning.
HECO STRIKE ENTERS DAY 4
The HECO strike is now going into day 4. Nearly 13-hundred Union employees are expected to hit the picket line again today after walking off the job Friday. That's when severe weather knocked out power to thousands of Oahu customers. Talks between the Union, Management and a Federal Mediator yesterday went from 10 AM until past midnight, but so far, no deal. Ramsay will have the latest in live reports this morning.
POWER POLE DOWN
The timing couldn't be worse for residents in Manoa. A power pole came down on East Manoa Road just after 3 this morning.
CONNECT WITH US: POWER PLAY
Do you agree with the move by HECO employees to strike or do you fault them for walking off the job during power outages? Let us know what you think on our Hawaii News Now Facebook page.
TRAFFIC ADVISORY: FORT WEAVER ROAD
The right lane of Fort Weaver Road going towards Ewa Beach will be blocked from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. as crews work to restore utility poles and lines that were knocked down in last Thursday night's severe weather. Our traffic tracker will help you avoid problem spots.
JOB LINK NOW: LOWE'S HOME IMPROVEMENT
Lowe's is hiring. Hear what postions are open and where at 7:40.
WILLY WONKA THE MUSICAL
Steve thinks he has the Golden Ticket. We won't burst his bubble so we've invited the cast of "Willy Wonka the Musical" to give us a live preview.
Dixie Grill will cook up some festive Mardi Gras dishes in our Sunrise kitchen.
Vogue Magazine lays out the hot trends for Spring. From clashing prints to a bold bang, see what's in style at 5:50.
See you on Sunrise!