Happy Aloha Wednesday. Here's what's coming up this morning on Sunrise.
LET IT RIP
Newsweek Magazine comes out with a special commemorative issue this Friday for what would have been Princess Diana's 50th birthday. But, the publication takes liberties, with a computer generated image of what she may have looked like if she lived to be 50, superimposed next to Duchess Catherine. Tell us on our facebook page if you think it's a nice tribute or tacky.
President Obama will hold a press conference around 5:30 this morning Hawaii time to discuss talks to raise the debt ceiling. We'll take you there live as soon as it starts.
The USS Paul Hamilton returns to its home port at Pearl Harbor at 8:15 this morning after a 7 month assignment assisting the Iraqi Navy.
This morning, DLNR crews will put up four buoys at the Kaneohe Sandbar to mark a square mile "safety zone" for the 4th of July weekend. No one can be intoxicated or engage in disorderly conduct in that area. Violators could be fined up to one-thousand dollars.
HOT TOPICS AT 6:10
Why is the Mom of one of the Wimbledon's top ranked players being called a Cougar? See the embarrassing tweet that started it all.
ACROSS THE AISLE AT 6:40
Ed Case and Duke Aiona face off over war funding and our nation's debt.
COOL SCHOOLS AT 6:45
An elementary school spared from closure welcomes Malika on campus to show why it's a cool school.@
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND AT 8:10
All that plus the Royal Hawaiian band from Studio B.
Hope to see you on Sunrise!