DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS SUV?
It's not much to go on, but this blurry picture is the best hope so far for police to track down the driver in a deadly hit and run crash in Kaneohe. The gold-colored SUV was in the area on Kamehameha Highway near Pahia Road where Lana Salva was hit in the crosswalk. You can read more about the mother killed in the hit and run here. Call Crimestoppers with your tips.
Happening today, students will finish moving in to UH dorms at the Manoa campus so expect traffic along Dole Street. School starts on Monday in Manoa and at the new UH West Oahu campus.
It's the 53rd Statehood day and all City and State offices will be closed. Municipal golf courses, the Honolulu Zoo, and Botanical Gardens will be open. Trash will be picked up and the Bus will operate on a State holiday schedule. Traffic will not be coned and on-street parking will be free except for the meters on Kalakaua Avenue along Kapiolani Park.
CAMPAIGN 2012: COLLEEN HANABUSA ON SUNRISE
We continue our interviews with Primary election winners this morning with Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa. She will join us live on Sunrise at 6:15 to talk about her rematch with Republican rival Charles Djou.
HONOLULU CITY COUNCIL INTEREST
Now that Tulsi Gabbard has left her City Council seat, people are lining up for the job. See who's expressing interest on joining Council on HawaiiNewsNow.com. One other council seat will also be on the General Election ballot. Councilman Tom Berg and Representative Kymberly Pine are in a runoff for the seat representing Ewa Beach.
GOOD, BAD, WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?
Every Friday we like to look back at the stories that had us cheering, jeering and screaming "What Were They Thinking?" See what made the cut.
Plus, Dan's weekend forecast. Hope you can join Sunrise on an Aloha Friday.