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School Traffic, Good & Bad Olympic Tweets, One on One with Kerri Strug

BACK TO SCHOOL SCRAMBLE

It's day two for public school students. Parents of thousands children attending statewide have had to find different ways to get their kids to class. School bus service was cut to about 50 campuses across the State.

TRAFFIC HOT SPOTS

So how is that affecting traffic? We'll check on your morning hot spots every 10 minutes on Sunrise.

OLYMPIC HEADLINES

A major subway was shut down in London after a fire alarm went off. Timing couldn't have been worse. It happened during this morning's rush hour in London. Some other headlines coming out of the Olympics: Swiss soccer player Michel Morganella was expelled from the Olympics on Monday for his threatening and racist message on Twitter about South Koreans. The comments came hours after Switzerland lost to South Korea.

OLYMPIAN GETS CONGRATULATIONS TWEET FROM JUSTIN BIEBER

First gold, now a tweet from Justin Bieber. American swimmer Missy Franklin is living her Olympic dream. After coming from behind to win the 100 meter back stroke yesterday, the 17 year old received a sweet tweet from her pop idol. "Heard @FranklinMissy is a fan of mine. Now I'm a fan of hers too. CONGRATS on winning GOLD! #muchlove." Missy responded like any girl her age would. "I just died! Thankyou!"

MICHAEL PHELPS CHASES HISTORY

Today, all eyes will be on Michael Phelps as he gets another shot at a medal and history. He only needs to medal in 2 events to become the most decorated Olympian in history. We'll talk with Tracie Potts in London.

ONE ONE ONE WITH KERRI STRUG

She was the darling of the Olympics in 1996 when she vaulted on one good ankle and helped Team USA win gold. This morning at 5:50, Mike Cherry catches up with Kerri Strug. Find out what she's up to and what she thinks of the women's gymnastics team, including Hawaii born Kyla Ross.

SUNRISE SUMMER GAMES TRACK & FIELD

Plus, he help bring out the best in Bryan Clay as his high school coach. But, can Martin Hee work miracles and help our Sunrise team excel in track and field? Our Sunrise Summer Games continue this morning at 6:50.

Hope you can join us for Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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