Happy Aloha Friday. Along with your weekend forecast, here's a quick look at what we're working on for Sunrise this morning.
We're following breaking news out of Oslo. An explosion has damaged several buildings including the Norwegian Prime Minister's office.
The U.S. Senate is expected to take a vote today on the debt ceiling. We're following developments with an August 2nd deadline looming.
A groundbreaking will be held for the new home to Hawaii Air National Guard's fleet of F-22's.
Now, it's the players' turn. NFL owners have ratified a deal to end the lockout. Will the players "play ball?"
SHIROKIYA MAKEOVER AT 7:10
Steve checks out the new Shirokiya Meika Plaza.
CARISSA MOORE AT 7:40
We welcome the new Women's ASP Surfing Champ Carissa Moore to Sunrise. How does the first Hawaii Surfer in 30 years to win the title feel about achieving her teenage dream?
WHAT'S TRENDING AT 6:10
"It wasn't me." James Franco is making excuses for why he performed so poorly as Oscar host. He said he did it on purpose. Find out why in "what's trending."
MALIKA PREVIEWS SURFBOARD AUCTION AT 7:50
Plus, Malika gives us a peek inside a surf auction.
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA STAR BYRON NEASE AT 8:10
A Broadway star from the Phantom will perform live for us from Studio B.
REVIVE SKINCARE AT 8:20
Plus, what do changes in SPF guidelines mean? Revive skin care helps us sort it out and talks about preventing and reversing skin damage.
See you on Sunrise! If you miss any segments from our morning news, you can check them out later at HawaiiNewsNow.com.