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UH Manoa Chancellor Visits, Skeletal Remains Found & Mega Millions Mystery

CHANCELLOR CANDIATES VISITING UH MANOA CAMPUS

This week, candidates for the job of chancellor will begin campus visits at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. They'll share their presentations about their vision for the university with students, faculty and the community. Find out more about the candidates on HawaiiNewsNow.com.

SKELETAL REMAINS FOUND

Honolulu police opened an investigation after a contractor uncovered skeletal remains at a construction site in Kailua. Officials say the remains appear to be more than 50 years old. More on this story on Hawaii News Now Sunrise and HawaiiNewsNow.com.

SENATOR AKAKA TO RECEIVE HARRY S. TRUMAN AWARD

Sen. Daniel Akaka will be honored at the Hawaii State Legislature today. He's receiving the Harry S. Truman award from the National Guard Association of the United States. We'll have more on this story on Hawaii News Now Sunrise.

UH WARRIORS RESUME PRACTICE

After more than a week off for spring break, the University of Hawaii Warriors will hit the field Tuesday. Practice is set for 3:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend the FREE session.

MEGA MILLIONS MYSTERY

We still don't know who won Friday's record Mega Millions jackpot, but students in Illinois are benefiting from lottery fever. Tune in to Hawaii News Now Sunrise to find out how many tickets were sold and how it affects Illinois public schools.

See you on TV,

The Sunrise Team

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