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Teen Killed, Home Invasion, Winter Weather Advisory

This morning, police are looking for the suspected driver who hit a pedestrian on Kamehameha Highway, then took off. A 19 year old woman was killed after she was by a car near HPU's Kaneohe campus around 8:45 last night.

Breaking News: Ramsay Wharton is heading to the scene of a home invasion in Maili. She's still working her sources for the details. Look for the latest in a live report coming up on Sunrise at 4:30 a.m.

Two big blockbusters are eyeing Hawaii. Trekkies and Gamers will like the latest buzz coming out of Hollywood. Billy V will have details.

We should see more light rain today, with a few isolated downpours. Skies will be mostly cloudy with occasional breaks of sunshine. There's a Winter Weather advisory posted through noon today for Big Island summits. Download the Hawaii News Now app to have the latest weather info, including up-to-the-minute radar right in your hand.

The first jewel of the Triple Crown of Surfing could get the green light today. The North Shore surf has been too small to run the Reef Hawaiian Pro for the past few days.

I call it McGarrett Monday. One of the Executive Producers of Hawaii Five-O will drop by to give us the exclusive sneak preview to tonight's new episode.

It's Shane Victorino Day. The Phillies Center Fielder is being honored for his charitable giving to Hawaii youth. He'll join us in studio at 7:10 this morning.

We could get new information regarding a child sex abuse scandal that has rocked college football. A Penn State trustees panel will speak to the media today, revealing findings of an independent investigation into sexual abuse allegations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, and a possible cover-up. The panel has been delving into claims that university officials, including head coach Joe Paterno, knew about the allegations years before law enforcement was notified.

Plus, one of the most ridiculous 911 calls you've ever heard and we're giving away a giant stuffed Santa. Go to our Hawaii News Now facebook page and click on the tab for "Mahalo Contest."

See you on Sunrise!

Tannya

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