It's Veteran's Day, but Sunrise will be on with all your news, including an overnight fire.
PUPUKEA HOUSE FIRE
Firefighters responded to an overnight fire at a Pupukea home. It broke out just after 1 this morning and gutted the 2-story structure. Ramsay Wharton will report live from the scene this morning on Sunrise.
WAHIAWA VETERANS DAY PARADE BACK IN ACTION
The Wahiawa Veterans Day Parade is back, after a one year break. Last year, organizers canceled the parade because of APEC. The meeting of World leaders meant not enough police manpower to help handle traffic for the popular tradition saluting our Vets. The parade route goes from Kaala Elementary to Wahiawa District Park, starting at 10 a.m.
City, State and Federal offices will be closed today, to mark the holiday which actually fell on sunday. The Bus is operating on a Saturday schedule. Traffic lanes will not be coned. Street parking will be free except for meters on Kalakaua Avenue along Kapiolani Park.
STORM OUTAGES IN EAST COAST
About 73-thousand utility customers in New York and New Jersey are still without power after Superstorm Sandy and the Nor'easter that slammed the East Coast. Most of the outages are on Long Island. The Long Island Power Authority is under fire for the delays.
BIG ISLAND LAVA APPROACHES OCEAN
Lava is oozing closer to the ocean on the Big Island. The flow is about .3 miles from shore and experts tell us it could reach the water within days.
It's Restaurant Week in Hawaii and all week long, we'll be checking out participating restaurants and giving away 100 dollar gift certificates. This morning, Howard Dicus checks out Japengo. You can enter our giveaway by emailing us at Sunrise@HawaiiNewsNow.com.
This morning, we kick off a series of Monday morning makeovers. Paul Brown and his team worked with Nordstrom Rack to give 5 deserving viewers a whole new look head to toe. This morning, we'll meet a mother of two who lives in sweats. Not anymore. See her dramatic transformation at 7:30.
Plus, the sweet sounds of Keola Beamer from Studio B.
See you on Sunrise!
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