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Missing Surfer, Traffic Alert, Peanut Butter Recall

Developing this morning we're just now getting in details of a search for a missing surfer at Sunset Beach on the North Shore. Ramsay is working her sources and will have the very latest in a live report coming up on Sunrise.

Are we seeing an "APEC Afterglow" and what about that promised bump in business? We'll go one on one with Governor Abercrombie this morning and ask some of your questions.

Board of Water Supply crews are trying to patch up a water main break on Auahi Street in Kakaako. Taizo will let us know about traffic problems as you head out the door.

We're also tracking Severe Weather this morning- deadly tornadoes in the South. Six people were killed and thousands are now without power.

Here at home, better keep those umbrellas with you. Cloudy skies with scattered showers will linger through the weekend. Dan says Kauai will get the most rain, while it will be hit and miss for the rest of the State.

Two months after the Occupy Wall Street movement began, hundreds have gathered near Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan as part of a nationwide protest. Police are ordering them to stay on the sidewalk as they begin their march toward the nearby New York Stock Exchange.

And this just in, Smuckers is recalling jars of chunky peanut butter due to possible salmonella. We'll have more on this story new this morning.

Also, a fashion show to help Hawaii's Bone Marrow registry and Longhi's will cook up a feast in our kitchen to mark Restaurant Week. Tune in for your chance to win a $100 gift card.

Plus, we're nearing a milestone on our Hawaii News Now facebook page. Help us reach 30,000. Just go to http://www.facebook.com/HawaiiNewsNow?ref=ts and "like" us.

Hope to see you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya

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