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Spike in Stabbings, Shark Sighting, & Warriors Spring Practice

SPIKE IN STABBINGS

We've learned as many as 5 stabbing victims are now being treated at the Queen's Medical Center. The latest is a 45 year old man stabbed by a teen after a fight in Kailua last night. Meanwhile, the search continues for the stabbing suspect in a second incident that happened at Mayor Wright early Sunday morning. None of the victims is in critical condition.

RAIL CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES

Day two of the six month drilling project picks up in Kapolei today despite the legal battle over rail. We're told it'll cost about $120 million dollars to build the 50 pillars and demolish them if needed. The rail authority maintains its cheaper to build and tear down than to do nothing while the lawsuit is decided.

CEE-LO KEEPS CHEESA, WILL FANS AGREE?

Cheesa Laureta took a gamble last night on the Voice by belting out a Whitney Houston classic, but it paid off. Her Coach Cee-Lo Green saved her from instant elimination, but did America agree? Tonight, one of the final three from her team and Adam's team will be safe. The others will have a last chance sing off-- before their coach picks who stays, and who goes.

SHARK SIGHTING

A 12-foot tiger shark was spotted lurking in waters off Sans Souci beach in Waikiki. According to the Star Advertiser, the sighting happened near the Natatorium on Sunday. It hasn't been seen again since then.

GOP PRIMARIES IN 5 STATES

Frontrunner Mitt Romney hopes to add to his delegate count in the race for the GOP Presidential nomination. We'll chat live with a correspondent on the campaign trail about the significance of today's contests on Sunrise.

WARRIORS BACK AT SPRING PRACTICE

Happening today, the Warrior football team hits the practice field. They have just two workouts left in spring practice.

Hope you can join us for Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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