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Breaking News Ahead on Sunrise: Man Shot after Argument at Aiea Bowl

We start off this Aloha Friday with some breaking news.

BREAKING NEWS: SHOOTING IN AIEA

While you were sleeping, we've been tracking developments on a shooting at Aiea Bowl. It apparently started with an argument inside and ended with one man at the hospital. Steve Uyehara will be live with all the latest.

ROYAL WEDDING RECAP

It's a stark contrast to the romantic scene the world was watching. Love is in the air on this Aloha Friday. From the Royal Wedding to a surprise proposal at the Miss Aloha Hula competition. From the dress to their first kiss, we'll have a full recap on Prince William and Princess Kate's fairytale ceremony and a live report from our own Teri Okita in London.

CONNECT WITH US: MEMORABLE MOMENTS FROM ROYAL WEDDING

What was your favorite part of the wedding? Let us know on our Hawaii News Now facebook fan page.

PROPOSAL AT MERRIE MONARCH

We'll also go live to Ramsay Wharton in Hilo and meet the 2011 Miss Aloha Hula winner and see why last year's winner didn't go home empty-handed. (Hint: She has a sparkler on her ring finger!)

ENDEAVOR'S LAST FLIGHT

The Space Shuttle Endeavor is set to lift off for its last time this morning at 10AM Hawaii time. Of course, the final flight has been upstaged by the heroic recovery of Commander Mark Kelly's wife, Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords following an assassination attempt in Arizona. More from the historic launch and inspiring story of survival at love ahead on Sunrise.

PRESIDENT HEADS TO ALABAMA TO SURVEY STORM DAMAGE

NASA doesn't believe the deadly storms that have slammed the South should hinder the launch from Kennedy Space Center. President Obama will travel to Alabama to see the storm damage first hand.

KAPENA JAMS IN STUDIO B

All that, plus Kapena wakes us up with their catchy tunes that will have you singing all morning long.

See you on Sunrise,

Tannya Joaquin

tjoaquin@HawaiiNewsNow.com

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