Two days after Ben Cayetano was hospitalized for an apparent bleeding ulcer, he's eager to return to the campaign trail. The Mayoral candidate hopes to be discharged by the Queen's Medical Center by tomorrow to gear up for Saturday's primary election. Ramsay Wharton will be live at Queen's with the latest on Sunrise. We're waiting to learn if someone from Cayetano's campaign will stand in for the Former Governor for our planned interview tomorrow morning on Sunrise.
PETER CARLISLE ON SUNRISE
This morning, we continue with our second candidate in the race for Mayor. Incumbent Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle will join us live at 6:15.
Of course, rail has been a major focus of the Honolulu Mayor's race. We'll sit down with the CEO of Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation or HART for an update at 7:10
OLYMPIC BOTTLE THROWER
The man spotted on camera throwing a bottle onto the track right before Usain Bolt's 100 meter win has pleaded not guilty. 34 year old Ashley Gill-Webb was charged with a public order offence and bailed pending a further hearing and fingerprint tests on the bottle. His bail conditions mean he is not allowed to enter any Olympic venue anywhere in the UK, nor enter the Olympic Park in east London.
OLYMPICS DAY 11
American gymnasts have a couple more shots at gold today. Lindsey Berg hopes to be back in the lineup after an injury in the volleyball team's last match. Track and Field hosts 3-gold medal events, including women's 100 meter hurdles featuring Lolo Jones. Beach volleyball has Misty May Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings in the semi's against China.
DECATHLETE DAN O'BRIEN
Plus, Mike Cherry talks with 1996 Gold Medalist Dan O'Brien.
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