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Debby Swamps Florida, Illegal Immigrant Ruling, Promising QB for UH

DEBBY SWAMPS FLORIDA, THREATENS MIAMI HEAT'S VICTORY PARADE

Tropical Storm Debby is in no rush. The storm stalled in the Gulf of Mexico, swamping Florida. Some areas could see as much as 25 inches of rain. Debby may even put a damper on the Miami Heat's victory parade. The team beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA finals, but real thunder could delay their celebrations. The NBA champs say they will postpone the parade if there is thunder and lightning.

WEATHER NOW: NICE DAY AFTER SKIES CLEAR

Meanwhile, we're waking up to showers, but Ben Gutierrez says skies should clear later this morning. It should shape up to be a nice Monday around the State.

SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT CRACKDOWN

This Just in: The Supreme Court strikes down most of Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants. Justices are also expected to rule any minute now on the President's health care law. Look for the latest on Sunrise and on HawaiiNewsNow.com.

PROMISING QB COMMITS TO UH

The UH football team has received an oral commitment from a promising quarterback from Modesto, California. According to the Star Advertiser, Aaron Zwahlen made his pledge last night. This past weekend, Zwahlen was named the most valuable senior quarterback at BYU's camp.

JAPAN'S SEAFOOD GOES ON SALE

The first seafood from Japan's Fukushima coast since last year's nuclear disaster is being sold after passing radiation tests. An octopus and a marine snail caught Friday tested for radiation showed levels so low they're not detectable. Many fish found in this area aren't yet safe to sell.

KID FRIENDLY RESTAURANT

The Oceanarium Restaurant at the Pacific Beach Hotel has been ranked one of the top 75 kid-friendly restaurants in the country. It's based on reviews on opentable.com.

HONU BY THE SEA

Also ahead on Sunrise, Steve gives us a sneak peek of the new Waikiki show "Honu by the Sea." We're giving away a prize package. All you have to do to enter is tell us how your daughter or son is making a difference in the community. Enter the contest on HawaiiNewsNow.com.

"HAPPILY WEAR ME AFTER"

Plus, bridesmaid dresses usually go to die in the back of your closet, but the Bridal Boutique and Umee Honolulu want to reinvent the ugly trend. We'll see their new vision for bridesmaids when they show off the "Happily

Wear Me After" line today on Sunrise.

Hope you can join us!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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