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Severe Weather Hits Mainland, Super Bowl Preview, Hawaiian Expansion

SEVERE WEATHER: MAINLAND STORMS

Severe weather is sweeping the Mainland. One person was killed after a tornado hit Tennessee overnight and there are power outages stretching from Louisiana to Michigan. We're tracking the latest damage and developments on Sunrise.

SUPER BOWL PREVIEW

Super Bowl countdown is on in New Orleans. We'll talk with a reporter in the Big Easy covering the game.

SECURITY FOR SUPER SUNDAY

Security has been beefed up for the big game. The City of New Orleans is adding 13-hundred federal agents and 270 extra state troopers. NFL officials will hold a news conference today with Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to discuss security measures for the Super Bowl.

RECORD WAVE?, HAWAIIAN AIRLINES EXPANSION, LIVE MUSIC & MORE

Also on Sunrise, hear from Hawaii surfer Garrett McNamara about surfing the wave that's been described as 100 feet high... Hawaiian Airlines CEO Mark Dunkerley talks expansion with Howard Dicus... And live music from Kris Fuchigami.

See you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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