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Split Pole Closes Waialae Lanes, UH Move-In, Tulsi Gabbard

TWO LANES FRONTING WAIALAE CLOSED BY DOWNED POLE

We've just received an alert that two lanes fronting 2864 Waialae Avenue have been closed by a downed pole. A car crashed into a power pole near the H-1 onramp between Waialae Avenue and Kapiolani Boulevard, and split a power pole in half. The accident wasn't serious, but HECO crews are now working to replace the pole. It was left dangling by the impact, supported only by wires.

MOVE IN STARTS AT UH DORMS

Another traffic alert this morning. Steer clear of the UH campus if you don't need to be in the area because the first wave of move-ins begins this morning at dormitories around 8. By the end of the week, 4 thousand students will have settled into their dorm. Fall semester starts Monday.

JET SKI DEATH CASE IN COURT

The Australian tourist accused of negligent homicide in the jet ski crash that killed a California teen will be in court this morning. Witnesses say 20 year old Tyson Dagley slammed his jet ski into Kristen Fonseca's Waverunner last week at Keehi Lagoon. She died of a brain injury. Dagley was reportedly going more than 40 miles an hour and not looking ahead when he fit Fonseca.

CAMPAIGN 2012: TULSI GABBARD LIVE

The winner of the Congressional District 2 race will join us live on Sunrise this morning. Hear what Tulsi Gabbard has to say about her victory and the most pressing issues facing the State at 5:10.

BIG ISLAND ELECTION PROBE

Today, the Hawaii County Council will try to get to the bottom of the problems that disrupted voting on the Big Island on Primary day. As many as 25 of 40 polling sites did not open on time Saturday. Governor Abercrombie had to extend the Big Island's time to vote by more than one-and-a-half hours. Council member Angel Pilago said the Council could recommend terminating County Clerk Jamae Kawauchi, who's in charge of elections. State Senate candidate Lorraine Inouye says the voting problems could have cost her the election. She lost to incumbent Malama Solomon by just 69 votes.

See you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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