ISAAC SLOWLY MOVES INLAND
Isaac has been hanging tough, dumping heavy rain in Louisiana. The slow moving storm has caused massive flooding along the Gulf, with the swamp land fueling problems. We'll have team coverage this morning on Sunrise with Dan Cooke and Meteorologist Jennifer Robbins tracking Isaac and its impact plus live updates from correspondents reporting on damage on the Gulf Coast. You can also check out our exclusive hurricane tracker by visiting the weather section of HawaiiNewsNow.com.
HAWAII RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS THERE TO HELP
A dozen Hawaii Red Cross volunteers are now on the ground to help with relief efforts. We'll have an update on their mission on Sunrise.
MITT ROMNEY TAKES CENTER STAGE AT REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
Mitt Romney will accept the Republican Party's nomination for President today in Tampa. Yesterday, his Vice Presidential pick Paul Ryan pumped up the GOP base. Our Sunrise correspondent Tracie Potts will have a live report from the convention.
Happening today, HART CEO Dan Grabauskas will have an update on the lawsuit that has halted construction on the City's 5 billion dollar rail project. On Friday, the State Supreme Court ruled that the City must conduct a
a full archaeological study of the entire rail system before starting construction.
STEVE UYEHARA & CHRIS TANAKA LIVE FROM LOS ANGELES
Plus, we'll check in with Steve Uyehara and Sports Director Chris Tanaka in Los Angeles for a preview of the big UH/USC game.
See you on Sunrise!