LUNCH WAGON CRASH
A couple riding in a lunch wagon that flipped in Pearl City is in serious condition this morning. Police tell Hawaii News Now "TJ Lunch Wagon" ran into some sort of problem heading down Komo Mai Drive and landed in the bushes on 2 wheels 20 feet off the roadway. We know a 67 year old man and 57 year old woman were transported to the Queen's Medical Center. More details ahead on Sunrise.
BRIDGE BACK UP RELIEF
Day 3 of the Karsten Thot bridge closure will see some relief for commuters. The Honolulu-bound lane will be opened for passenger vehicle traffic-only from 5 to 9 this morning for the duration of the project. It's open to passenger, emergency vehicle and school buses only. No buses or heavy commercial vehicles will be allowed. Ramsay's live with the latest on how this is affecting the drive into town on Sunrise.
MURDER SUSPECT IN COURT
Happening today, the man suspected of murder in last week's shooting in Makaha will appear in court. Chad Duran is accused of killing Chris Medeiros in the face on Lahaina Street.
LINDSAY LOHAN ARRESTED
Lindsay Lohan was arrested by New York police this morning after she apparently clipped a pedestrian with her car and did not stop. The man hit called 911 and was treated for a knee injury. The actress was picked up as she left a nightclub and charged with the leaving the scene of an accident and causing injury. That means another court date in her future.
ONE ON ONE WITH THE STARS OF HAWAII FIVE-O
We sat down with the stars of Hawaii Five-O on set to get the scoop on Season 3. The big change for the cast? More women to break up the "bromance," or at least change the dynamics. The big newcomer is Steve McGarrett's mystery Mom Doris. Ahead on Sunrise at 5, we'll hear from Christine Lahti for the first time. She told me "she knows things that even Alex O'Loughlin doesn't know about." We'll also get Alex and Scott Caan's take on the estrogen effect. All week long on Sunrise leading up to the Sunset on the Beach premiere, we'll air parts of my one on one interviews. You can catch our live red carpet premiere coverage Sunday starting at 5 p.m. on KGMB or streaming live at HawaiiNewsNow.com. We'll also have exclusive photos and videos on our Hawaii News Now Facebook page. Be sure to "like" us to get your Five-O fix.
PARKS AND RECREATION GOES TO WASHINGTON
And, all your favorite shows are coming back. This morning, we talk to two stars of Parks and Recreation about their first episode and why they'd rather be in Hawaii than Washington D.C. That's coming up at 6:50.
See you on Sunrise!
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