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Midwest Bus Crash, Obama Talking Live at 5 a.m., Jobs Remembered

Breaking News… Officials say a crash in south-central Nebraska has injured more than 30 people. They were all headed towards Denver on a bus. We're gathering the details and will have the latest on Sunrise.

President Obama today will push Congress to act on his jobs plan and credit Senate Democrats for taking action on jobs, according to a senior administration official. The president is also likely to endorse a "millionaire's surtax" -- a rate increase on those earning $1 million or more. Obama will speak live at around 5 a.m. on Sunrsie.

The flags in front of Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California, are flying at half-staff to honor the company's co-founder Steve Jobs. Jobs died yesterday at age 56, after a more than seven-year battle with pancreatic cancer. (Click Here To Read More About Local Connections To This Story)

Developing this morning… "The Occupy Wall Street" protests are starting to become heated. Demonstrators are clashing with police as the crowds are growing. Howard Dicus will have more developing financial headlines including more people applying for unemployment benefits last week, leaving the figure elevated.

Surf and winds dying down. This morning on Sunrise, Dan Cooke is monitoring the chance of showers moving in. Remember you can get the forecast anytime, anywhere. Just download our HNN Mobile App to your smart phone by clicking here.

We'll also show you the different projects that will be happening at the Honolulu Airport. The DOT's spending millions of dollars to upgrade it for the APEC Summit. And we're talking to a local sleep doctor to find out how to get more zzz's.

Those are just some of the reasons you don't want to miss Sunrise today seen only on KGMB, KHNL, & KFVE.


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