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Body Parts Found, Greenwood Under Fire, Nobel Prize Winner

BODY PARTS FOUND

Decomposing human remains were discovered at a storage unit on Keeamoku. Police say employees at the storage facility opened a storage locker because there was a foul stench coming from it. That's when the employees found the remains in a freezer. Coming up on Sunrise we'll explain why police say there is no indication of foul play.

GREENWOOD UNDER FIRE

The University of Hawaii Board of Regents meets today to discuss the fate of UH President MRC Greenwood. She has come under fire for her handling of the aftermath of the canceled Stevie Wonder concert. Now she faces a possible "no confidence" vote by the UH Manoa Faculty Senate.

SPIRITED DEBATE

A day after Vice President Joe Biden and Republican rival Paul Ryan went head-to-head in a spirited debate in Kentucky, the presidential campaigns are back in rally mode. Mitt Romney campaigns in Virginia and later joins Ryan in Ohio. Biden will woo young voters at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. President Barack Obama spends the day in Washington preparing for the next two debates.

EU WINS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

The 27-nation European Union has won the Nobel Peace Prize. The Norwegian prize committee says the EU "has helped to transform a once-torn Europe from a continent of war to a continent of peace."

ENDEAVOUR HITS STREETS OF LA

Watch live this morning on Sunrise as crowds are lining streets in Los Angeles as space shuttle Endeavour makes its way from a hangar at Los Angeles International Airport to the California Science Center, its final destination. Some 400 trees and many traffic lights were taken down to make room for the five-story-tall shuttle with its 78-foot wingspan.

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