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Perry Dropping Out, More Vog, Trash Restrictions

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH BEN CAYETANO ABOUT HIS RUN FOR HONOLULU MAYOR

Happening today: A big announcement from former Governor Ben Cayetano. At 11 this morning, Cayetano will announce his run for Honolulu Mayor. Keoki Kerr sat down for an exclusive interview with Cayetano and we'll play a part of that for you this morning on Sunrise. You can catch the full interview tonight on Hawaii News Now at 6 & 10.

ONE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE TO DROP OUT THIS MORNING, AND WHO REALLY WON IOWA?

New This Morning: Several media sources report Rick Perry will drop out of the Presidential campaign today. It could happen around 6 Hawaii time and we'll bring it to you live when it does. This development comes as a two week review of the Iowa caucus finds that Rick Santorum actually finished 34 votes ahead of Mitt Romney. However, according to the chair of the Iowa Republican Party, an "actual winner can't be determined because results from 8 of 1,774 precincts could not be located for certification. Santorum was quick to declare victory today and tell voters "the results show that he is the best-equipped candidate to emerge as a conservative alternative to Mr. Romney."

BREATHE A LITTLE EASIER- ONE MORE DAY OF VOG

The voggy skies will stick around for another day. Once winds shift direction, that'll push out the haze. By Friday, Dan says our trades will be back. Stay connected with the latest weather conditions with our new Hawaii News Now app.

HOLD YOUR TRASH

Restrictions are still in place this morning at the Waimanalo Gulch landfill one day after a pair of downed high power transmission lines blocked the entrance. Only recyclables, green waste, batteries, appliances and tires will be accepted at these sites through Friday.

SHIP STUCK ON MAUI

The Coast Guard will try again today to free an old navy landing craft that's been grounded on a Maui beach for the past two days.

PAYBACK FOR HACKING VICTIMS

New Overnight: Rupert Murdoch's media company has agreed to pay damages to 36 high-profile victims of tabloid phone-hacking including actor

Jude Law, soccer player Ashley Cole and former British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott. They sued News Group Newspapers after evidence came out that their cell phone voicemails were hacked by the News of the World tabloid.

CRUISE SEARCH RESUMES

Developing News: Divers continue their search today for the 21 people still missing after a cruise ship capsized off Italy's Tuscan coast. Rough seas had put the search on hold. A Navy spokesman tells Italian TV that divers are focusing on a fourth level evacuation route that's now about 60 feet below the surface. It's where five bodies were found earlier this week.

Also this morning, the guys get their first workout with a trainer for our Sunrise Slimdown and lucky for us, cameras were rolling.

Hope you can join us for Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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