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Water & Traffic Alert, Wedding Disaster, & UH Tuition Hike?

Residents at 40 homes in Kalama Valley are waking up without water this morning because of a watermain break. Drivers should avoid Kealahou Street because of work happening right now.

The price of higher education could go higher and we could know today exactly how high tuition could rise for UH students. The Board of Regents is expected to vote on a proposed hike this morning. This comes as President Obama offers a break to students and graduates. Hear how he's using his executive authority to help.

Also happening today, testimony at the State Capitol about the film industry. Lawmakers will discuss how the popularity of Hawaii Five-O has helped tourism and how to keep luring other major productions to shoot in the Islands.

You've heard of "dine and dash." This morning on Sunrise, we have a twist on that. Police bust a man at a Waikiki hotel and we have details.

Overnight we have gotten in more dramatic pictures from Oakland California, where "Occupy Oakland" protesters and police have clashed. Authorities made a series of arrests in Oakland as well as Atlanta. In both cases, protesters were ordered to leave. In Atlanta, people were peacefully arrested, but the Oakland protesters didn't go quietly. Click here to read more.

Tradewinds are on their way out and that could bring vog our way. Dan Cooke is tracking the changing weather along with Hurricane Rina. It could grow into a dangerous Category 3 storm today and make landfall tomorrow somewhere near Cancun.

Days after a massive earthquake devastated Turkey, crews have pulled another survivor from the ruins of buildings.

Breaking this morning, a coroner in the UK says Amy Winehouse died as unintended consequence of drinking too much alcohol.

A dream is now a reality. Boeing's 787 Dreamliner has completed its first flight from Tokyo to Hong Kong. Even though the Inaugural voyage was three years behind schedule, it marks the first commercial jet made from a carbon fiber material-rather than aluminum. The cost-saving jet is supposed to begin U.S. flights sometime next spring.

Think rain is bad on your wedding day? Wait till you see the severe weather that caused chaos during one Arizona couple's ceremony. It's all caught on tape and we'll have it for you.

Hope you can join us!

Aloha,

Tannya

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