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  SmartMoney Mondays: Handling Elderly Parents' Finances

On this segment of SmartMoney Mondays, Summerset Lovett from Bank of Hawaii is here to discuss a very important topic: handling your elderly parents' finances.

  Geek Beat: Alexa devices, best wireless headphones

  Vet on the Set: New Rabies Quarantine Rules for Hawaii

  Foodie Fix: Honolulu Pokefest

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  SmartMoney Monday: Elderly financial abuse

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  Trending: Most diverse public college in America, U.S. Open chicken fingers, boy tries cocoa powder

  Hawaiian word of the day: Ho'okipa

  Trending - A woman on every corporate board, seal meets a butterfly, Miriam Lane, and John Krasinski playing John Ryan

  7-Year-Old Azariah Blancaflor Raises Money for Foodbank

7-year-old Azariah Blancaflor heard about the Hawaii Foodbank's need for more food and donations and she jumped in to help. She made lemonade to sell and set up at Fort Ruger Park (aka Triangle Park near Diamond Head). She raised $600. She joined us this morning on Sunrise. To find out how to donate, click HERE. Copyright 2018 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

  Dave Reardon Explains the History and Implementation of the Run-and-Shoot Offense

Dave Reardon of the Star-Advertiser has a great series about the Run-and-Shoot offense which Coach Rolovich is bringing back to UH. He credits Ron Lee (along with his better known brother Cal) with bringing it to Hawaii before June Jones made a successful run with it. He also explains how the offense works and gives his opinion on if it can still dominate in today's college landscape. To read Dave's column, click HERE. Copyright 2018 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

  Smart Money Monday: Raising a Child

Welcome back to Smart Money Mondays. Today we're going to talk baby talk, as in, how to budget for having a baby.

Kupuna Celebrations: Lilly Ho

Time to celebrate our Kupuna.  Lilly Ho just celebrated her 102nd birthday!

  SmartMoney Monday: Refinancing your mortgage

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Moananuiakea

  Real Estate Update: 8/9/18

  Pacific Rim Report: 8/9/18

  Alabama Sports Director Says Tua Winning Competition for Starting Spot

  SmartMoney Monday: Buying your first home

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Elieli

Aloha e na a?a kupa?a o ka honua. ?O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "?Eli?eli" e hoa?o pu kakou, "?Eli?eli." Kupono! The word ?Eli?eli is a reduplication of the word ?eli which means to dig, ?eli?eli is figuratively used to describe something firmly rooted, profound...

Beauty & Grace: Date Night

You have a date night. What do you wear? You have to get out of those sweats.  For this week's Beauty and Grace, style expert Alle Fister shares some...

  SmartMoney Monday: Pet ownership

With National Dog Day coming up in August, today's Smart Money Monday, we'll be diving into one of the furriest financial decisions you'll ever face – pet ownership! When it comes to adding a new animal to our lives, money is usually the last thing we're thinking about, but there are costs to consider, as...

  Foodie Fix: Chicken Katsu

In this week's Foodie Fix, we checked out the Top 5 places for chicken katsu. Frolic Hawaii Contributor Kelly Shiroma stopped by to tell us about her process for picking the best places for chicken katsu.  Copyright 2018 Hawaii News Now. All Rights Reserved.

  Beauty & Grace: Celebrity inspired swimwear fashion trends

Celebrities, for them it's always summer somewhere. It's always fun to look to see what celebrities are wearing, but it can be a little pricey, maybe out of our range.

  SmartMoney Monday: Preparing for Christmas

In this week's SmartMoney Money, we will  be talking about Christmas in July and how to start saving money today for holidays.

  Sunrise On The Road: Mangoes at the Moana

This weekend, The Sheraton Moana Surfrider will be having their 10th Annual Mangoes at the Moana.  It takes place on Saturday July 14 and will showcase local artists...

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Pele

Aloha e na pua lehua wewehi o Hawai?i. ?O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Pele" eia hou "Pele." Hu ka nani! Pele is our Hawaiian word for volcanoes and the magma that flows from these volcanoes. Pele is also the name of the revered goddess of our volcanoes...

  Foodie Fix: Burgers on Bishop

For this week's Foodie Fix, we have a new place downtown. From the same people who brought you Burger and Things, they have a new place on Bishop Street called Burgers on Bishop.

  Expert discusses US relations with North Korea

It's the bad-old days again, for U.S. relations with North Korea. Carl Baker is executive director of the Pacific Forum...

  Sunrise Field Trip: Lanakila Elementary School

On the Sunrise field trip, Grace and Steve went to Lanakila Elementary School.

  SmartMoney Mondays: The most affordable and enjoyable times of year to travel

Welcome back to Smart Money Mondays. Today we're going to find out one of the most enjoyable and affordable times of year to travel, and it may not be when you think. It's not your typical travel season. It's fall. Fall travel is usually less crowded and less expensive, mainly because it's not peak travel...

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Onipaa

Aloha ?Aina ho?i kakou, our Hawaiian word of the day is ?Onipa?a .The word ?Onipa?a can be split between the words "?oni" which means to shake or shift and "pa?a" which means affixed or set solid. When combined the word ?Onipa?a means steadfast, set solid and immovable. Like the ?Opihi on the rocks...

  Beauty & Grace: Summer Fashion Trends - From Beach to Brunch

It's the middle of the Summer, your calendar is filled with events, and you have no time for wardrobe changes throughout the day.  What do you do?  Style expert Alle Fister...

  SmartMoney Monday: Planning for your retirement

Retirement isn't just something that just happens when you reach a certain age, it is something you have to plan for carefully. People retire at different ages and for different reasons. The more you plan, the more enriching your retirement can be. Where do you start? The first step is to define what kind...

  Geek Beat, IGTV, Mixer, Facebook for creators

The Geeks are back! Ryan Ozawa and Burt Lum from ByteMarks Cafe of HPR1.  In this week's Geek Beat, the geeks take a look at some of the latest...

  Healthier Hawaii: Updated guidelines for colorectal cancer screenings

On today's Healthier Hawaii, the American Cancer Society has updated its guidelines for colorectal cancer screening. Here to share the details...

  SmartMoney Monday: Back to school spending

It's getting close, and back to school is an exciting time, but it can also be an expensive one, which also means back to spending time for mom and dad.  Americans will spend approximately $75 billion this year shopping for back to school items. So what can parents do to get their kids ready without...

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Makahiki

Our Hawaiian Word of the Day is "makahiki." The word makahiki means year like "ka makahiki 2017" or "the year 2017."

Ohana Matters: Stress due to shelter-living

Hundreds of families are in shelters on the Big Island due to the eruption, but what is it like for the families there, especially the children? Some of the children are likely experiencing trauma due to the eruption. Now that hundreds of families are in shelters, that's an entirely new kind of trauma--the trauma...

Beauty & Grace: Summer swimwear

Summer just around the corner, so it's time to talk about swimwear. This year, there are a few different trends that you're going to see all summer long...

SmartMoney Monday: Financially preparing for college

The first year of college is the first time many kids have been responsible for managing money on their own. If you're getting ready to send your child off to college for the first time, it's important to help them get financially prepared to handle life on their own, away from Mom and Dad. But according to one study...

  Kupuna Celebrations: Happy 101st birthday, Aunty Chik Yamashiro!

Time to celebrate with our Kupuna. Aunty Chik Yamashiro just turned 101 years old.

The Foodie Fix: Butcher and Bird

For this week's Foodie Fix, we're going to talk about Butcher and Bird. Right now it's a soft opening but they have their grand opening on Saturday. If you want to check it out they have...

Healthier Hawaii: June is Men’s Health Month

June is Men's Health Month, and while both men and women are at risk for kidney stones, men develop kidney stones more frequently than women – about three times more frequently.

Geek Beat: Screen Time, Augmented Reality, Memoji

With people spending an average of more than 20 hours a week online, getting addicted to surfing the net is a real possibility. Gaming, social media, and streaming content can all be attractive to those who don't take precaution. In this week's Geek Beat, Ryan Ozawa and Burt Lum from Byte Marks Cafe...

SmartMoney Monday: How much life insurance do you need?

Lately, we've been learning about life insurance and how important it is for every family.

  SmartMoney Monday: Life Insurance

There are so many kinds of life insurance: term, whole life, universal life, variable life. Where does a person start? For today's SmartMoney Monday, we're continuing our discussions about a very important topic: life insurance. Let's start with the basics. The most basic life insurance is called term, because...

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Huli

Aloha ?Aina ho?i kakou, ?o Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua ?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Huli". Let?s try that together, "huli". A ?o ia!. Huli can mean to turn over, or change as an opinion. Huli also means to search and seek. There is a saying; "Huli ka lima i luna, pololi ka ?opu...

SmartMoney Monday: Life Insurance

In this week's SmartMoney Monday, we're going to discuss a really important component of your financial plan that can help families protect their loved ones: life insurance. We all know none of us are going to live forever. That's why life insurance is a really powerful tool that people can use to financially...

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Koko

?Ano?ai me ke aloha, ?o Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Koko", e ho?a?o pu kakou makaukau "Koko" a ?oia. The koko is a carrying net, this net was used for hanging ?umeke or calabashes so that you could keep food off the floor and out of the reach...

What's Trending: Yale graduate, carpool karaoke, Grace Lee's magazine appearance

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Foodie Fix: Desserts

For this week's foodie fix, we focus on desserts. Frolic Hawaii posted 4 local dishes and asked which looks the most delicious. First up from Foodland Farms -  are the mini profiteroles filled with a vanilla bean gelato and topped with a warm chocolate ganache.  Next choice, a custard tart with a shortbread...

Healthier Hawaii: Stroke Awareness Month

Every 40 seconds, someone, somewhere in the United States, suffers a stroke. According to the American Heart Association (AHA) and American Stroke Association (ASA), stroke is the fifth leading cause of death and the leading cause of adult disability in the U.S., with nearly 800,000 people suffering...

Kupuna Celebrations: Happy birthday, Christine Harrison!

Time to celebrate our Kupuna.  Christine Harrison of Makawao turned 105 recently.

SmartMoney Monday: Keeping your family business in the family

For this week's SmartMoney Monday, we're talking about family businesses and transferring control and ownership to the next generation. Only about one third of family businesses successfully transition to the second generation. So how can family businesses increase the odds of success? There is a five step...

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Malie

Welina e na mamo, mai Hawai?i a i Ni?ihau. ?O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Malie" e ?olelo pu kakou "Malie" a ?o ia. The word malie means to be calm, tranquil, and quiet. Malie can be used to describe how you do things, like to move slowly as in...

The Voice: Final four

The finals of "The Voice" are coming up next week Monday, which means these four are in countdown and preparation mode.

SmartMoney Mondays: Natural disasters emergency funding

When natural disasters like volcanic eruptions and flooding hit Hawaii, financial disaster can follow. But what is emergency funding and how can folks affected on the Big Island, Kaua'i and East Honolulu take advantage of these programs? If you've been affected, ask your bank about programs that can help...

Foodie Fix: The top 5 poke places

It's time for this week's Foodie Fix with Frolic Hawaii and today we have contributor Grace Ryu. We're going to talk about the top 5 poke places. First up, is our third headline of the week which is the opening of the Whole Foods in Kakakaako. Whole Foods will be opening on Queen and Kamakee. It's the new...

YWCA Honoree: Loretta Luke Yajima

She is a powerful fundraiser -- and a champion of Hawaii's keiki.

Healthier Hawaii: Asthma awareness

May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month.

SmartMoney Monday: Starting your own business

Welcome back to Smart Money Monday. In recognition of Small Business week last week, we are here to help us understand how you can start your own business. Every great business starts with a plan.  You need to do some research on the market and who your competition will be.  Then write a business plan..

SmartMoney Monday: Food and sustainability

Welcome to Smart Money Monday. In honor of Earth Day, Smart Money Monday segments have been focusing on sustainability and going green.

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Kaona

Our Hawaiian word of the day is "kaona," which is defined as a hidden meaning. In Hawaiian poetry, kaona can conceal the deeper reference to a person, place or thing.

Healthier Hawaii: Cervical Cancer screenings

Dr. Cheryl Twu came on to Sunrise to talk about the importance...

SmartMoney Monday: Going green on a budget

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, all this April, every Smart Money Monday segment will help us learn how to make every day Earth Day. Today we're going to learn all the inexpensive things you can do to go green on a budget.There are so many ways to help the environment that cost nothing except adopting...

Kupuna Celebrations: Nancy Yamaguchi, Luella Spadaro, Lenora Cho

It's time to recognize our Kupuna's incredible accomplishments.

Beauty & Grace: Redecorating your house

The seasons are changing, so maybe your house should change a bit. But you don't want to break the bank.

Geek Beat: The latest in AI

In this week's Geek Beat, Ryan Ozawa and Burt Lum from HPR-1's ByteMarks Cafe take a look and review...

Vet on The Set: Care of a Pet Chinchilla

Chinchillas are great for condos and apartments since they don't require much space, are quiet, playful, smart, inquisitive and entertaining to watch.  They are fragile and may not be a pet choice for small children.  They live up to 20 years, so they can be a long term pet.  They have a thick and soft coat...

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Maiau

'Ano'ai e na 'oiwi Hawai'i, mai ka la hiki a ka la kau. 'O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua'olelo o ka la.

  Beauty and Grace: The newest beauty products

The seasons change, so it's just another excuse to change your beauty products. In this week's Beauty and Grace, we are taking a look at what's new and out on the market. Starting with skin, there is a product that we found through Soko Glam, which is a great source for all things Korean-based beauty...

Healthier Hawaii: The importance of advanced care planning

On today's Healthier Hawaii, the importance of advance care planning, but what is advance care planning? Here to provide their expertise are Palliative Care Nurse...

SmartMoney Monday: installing photo-voltaic panels on your home

In honor of Earth Day on April 22, all this April, Smart Money Monday segments will be devoted to learning more about going green.

Kupuna Celebrations: David Yokoyama

Happy Birthday to David Yokoyama.  The retired engineer...

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Hookipa

Welina e na mano, kini a lehu, ?o Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Ho?okipa" e hoa?o pu kakou: ?Ho?okipa.' Nahenahe! When broken down the word 'kipa' means to visit or to to spend time with someone. When you add "ho?o" it becomes "Ho?o-kipa...

  Sunrise On The Road: 2018 Merrie Monarch Festival

The Merrie Monarch Festival kicks off this week in Hilo on the island of Hawaii.  Sunrise is "On The Road" at the Grand Naniloa Resort and at the Edith Kanaka?ole Stadium where the hula competition will be held.  Steve, Dan, and Lacy are all on Hawaii taking a look at some of the history and people...