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Good Thursday Morning!

HAPPENING TODAY:

Warning signs will be posted in Wahiawa after 1,700 gallons of untreated wastewater spilled out of a manhole. City officials said grease clogged an 8-inch pipe along California Avenue.

The Hawaii Labor Relations Board will look into an ethics complaint filed by the Hawaii State Teachers Association in the dispute over the new contract imposed on July 1. The union accused the governor of trying to inappropriately influence the board members.

SUNRISE SEGMENTS:

CHARLES DJOU AT 5:30

The Republican candidate will stop by our studio to discuss his upcoming deployment to Afghanistan and his campaign for Congress.

REAL ESTATE OF MIND AT 5:45

There are several different factors to consider if you're buying vacant land for a dream home or a business. Dan heads to Hawaii Loa Ridge to get tips from an expert on zoning, utilities and neighborhood guidelines.

GOVERNOR NEIL ABERCROMBIE AT 6:30

The governor will sit down with us for an in-depth interview on his progress report since taking office. The state is facing several challenges, including contract disputes with labor unions and rising health care costs.

MISS CHINATOWN HAWAII PAGEANT AT 7:50 AND 8:50

Malika will be at the historic Hawaii Theatre to preview this weekend's Miss Chinatown Hawaii Scholarship Pageant. The cultural event helps young Chinese-American women learn more about their rich heritage.

Hope you can join us this morning and thanks for being part of our Sunrise family!

Aloha,

Lisa Kubota

LKubota@HawaiiNewsNow.com

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