You'll face a familiar site as you head back to work or school- road work. Construction crews have ramped up projects to beat the start of APEC. Starting at 4:30 this morning, Ramsay Wharton will report live from the heart of Waikiki to show us how this will affect your commute and Taizo Braden will monitor trouble spots.
Also happening this morning, homeless will be evicted from Aala Park. We'll be monitoring this developing story.
SURF'S UP, TRADEWINDS ARE GONE, HOW ABOUT RAIN?
A surf advisory is in effect for North shores of Oahu, Molokai, Maui and the north and west shores of Kauai and Niihau. The trades have taken a break meaning a muggy Monday and chance of showers. Dan Cooke is keeping track of it all.
HOW DOES GOVERNOR ABERCROMBIE FEEL ABOUT BEING NAMED "MOST UNPOPULAR GOVERNOR?"
Today, the Governor will talk about his 2 week trip to Asia to boost tourism, but we expect talk to shift to his staff shake up and poll ranking him as most unpopular Governor.
STEVE JOBS IN HIS OWN WORDS
Today's the day readers can scoop up the first authorized biography of the Apple visionary. Find out what's expected to be unveiled when we look at "what's trending" today.
BACK IN THE SADDLE
Finally, it's good to be back in the saddle again. This morning, I'll re-join my Sunrise team for the first time since giving birth. Thanks for all your well wishes. I look forward to connecting with you on air and online.