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High Surf, Jobs Report, Honda Recall

A large swell will produce hazardous surf along North facing shores through this afternoon. A high surf advisory is posted for north and west facing shores of Oahu, Kauai & Niihau and for north facing shores of Maui and Molokai. How about our weekend? Dan will let us know if rain's on the way.

TSA workers in Honolulu are under investigation. The Transportation Security Administration says that it's looking into allegations that screeners at Honolulu International Airport have targeted Mexican travelers for extra screening.

Presidential hopeful Herman Cain faces a tougher crowd than the court of public opinion today. After one last campaign stop in South Carolina, Cain will meet face to face with his wife in Atlanta to discuss allegations of a 13-year affair. It will be his first time seeing his wife since a Georgia businesswoman claimed she had an extramarital affair with Cain.

The unemployment rate fell last month to its lowest level in more than two and a half years. Employers added 120,000 jobs. Is this a sign that the economy is on the rebound? We'll get insight from Howard and CBS correspondent Susan McGinnis.

This just in: Honda is recalling more than 300-thousand vehicles wordwide for airbags that may inflate with too much pressure in a crash.

Also this morning on Sunrise, we'll give away 3 sets of tickets for tomorrow's Warrior Game against BYU, we'll talk with one of the stars of the Christmas classic "It's a Wonderful Life," and make a Sunrise Gingerbread House.

It's all coming up starting at 4:30 on Sunrise.

Hope you can join us!

Tannya

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