Healthier Hawaii: Car safety for keiki

Because of the pandemic, car seat inspection stations have been shut down, but you still need to make sure your keiki are safe.

  High school grads urged to sign up for free program at UH Community Colleges

  Healthier Hawaii: Seeking help for emergencies during the pandemic

  Healthier Hawaii: Telemedicine options during COVID-19 pandemic

Here’s how you can help support nonprofit organizations during the COVID-19 crisis

  Healthier Hawaii: Keeping keiki active during virus pandemic

A Beautiful day with lots of sunshine and lighter winds

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  Healthier Hawaii: Seeking care during virus pandemic

  Healthier Hawaii: COVID-19 and children

  Open House: Condos in Punahou and Makiki

  Open House: Waikiki condo and spacious Mililani townhouse

  Healthier Hawaii: Plant-based diet

Sunrise goes ‘On the Road’ to Bishop Museum

  Open House: Haleiwa Beach House, Townhouse in Waipio

First we head to a home in Sunset Beach. It's positioned just four houses away from backyard beach access and a short stroll to the famous Ted's Bakery.

  From travel to testing: Panel of experts answers your questions on the coronavirus

“If we we see community spread, it will be a game changer for us."

  Open House: Condominiums in town, Single family home in Ewa

It's Aloha Friday, so it's time for Open House sponsored by First Hawaiian Bank. If you're looking for a condo in town, check out some of these options!

  Healthier Hawaii: Signs and symptoms of heart disease

In this Healthier Hawaii, we’re focusing on the signs of heart disease and new advancements to help manage it.

  Sunrise Shape Up: Speed Ladders

Sunrise ‘On the Road’: Mauna Lani Resort

  Healthier Hawaii: Heart health for keiki

  Healthier Hawaii: Healthy aging

Beautiful sunny weather with light winds for the rest of the week

Increased wind and rain for second half of the week

  Healthier Hawaii: Managing stress during the holidays

The holidays are known for joy, good cheer and good tidings, but for some, it can be a time of stress.

  Healthier Hawaii: Health issues during the holidays

Indulging in excess food and alcohol is great for the holidays, but not so good for your heart.

  Business, nonprofit leaders unite to promote Giving Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Hawaii Community Foundation is partnering with several banks and business leaders to promote Giving Tuesday in Hawaii.

  Healthier Hawaii: Spinal stenosis

One of the most common problems among those of the age of 50 is spinal stenosis.

  Healthier Hawaii: The HPV vaccine

Starting July of next year, students entering the seventh grade are going to need additional immunizations.

Lots of Sunshine with Lighter Winds, Possible High Surf Coming Sunday

We will start to lose the trade winds today; there could be a slight increase in leeward shower activity today through Saturday allowing for some sea breeze driven shower development. Afternoon cloud build up is likely. Big Surf on the way for Sunday on North Shores.

  Healthier Hawaii: Preventing injury during sports or exercise

We want both children and adults to lead healthy active lifestyles, but we want to make sure everyone is safe, especially if you’re an athlete or starting a new exercise routine.

  Healthier Hawaii: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Dr. Christopher Tokin, from the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children as well as the Pali Momi Medical Center, is a specialist not only in breast cancer surgery, but also in reconstruction.

Advocates on both sides of TMT issue come together in open discussion

To shed more light on this important topic, we brought in two advocates for and against the project.

  Healthier Hawaii: The dangers of vaping for adults and children

In this Healthier Hawaii, we’re talking about the dangers of vaping for adults but particularly for children.

Showers, heavy at times and possible thunderstorms for O’ahu and Kauai

A plume of moisture and unstable air is moving westward and backtracking over Kauai and Oahu today and tomorrow, bringing a higher chance of showers and muggier conditions. Two consecutive long-period swells -- the first from the south-southwest, the second one from the south thru the week.

  Trending: Epic Marvel Homecoming Dance and Taimane and John Cruz join world group

See what's trending in entertainment!

  The Kauai Folk Festival is set to kick off at the end of September

The Kauai Folk Festival is happening September 28 - 29, 2019 at the Grove Farm Museum on the Island of Kauai.

  Healthier Hawaii: Should I go to an urgent care clinic or the ER?

Sometimes when we feel ill, our doctor may not be available or it’s after normal clinic hours.

  Healthier Hawaii: Female athlete triad

Female athlete triad is a medical condition observed in women.

  SmartMoney Monday: Financial scams targeting the elderly

It’s estimated that about 5% of the elderly population, which is a few million people, are victims of some sort of scam every year resulting in billions of dollars in theft.

  Healthier Hawaii: Health tips for getting your keiki ready for school

As the school year gets ready to begin and kids get ready to go to school, it’s important to keep them not only healthy but ready to learn.

  SmartMoney Monday: Financial tips for caring for seniors

In this SmartMoney Monday, we’re going to learn about a topic all of us have to face at some point: caring for an aging senior in our family.

  Smart Money Monday: Tips to start investing

In this SmartMoney Monday, we want to help people looking to grow their finances understand the first steps to take when beginning to invest.

Sunrise goes ‘On the Road’ to Waipahu High School for first day of school

Monday marked the first day of class for 180,000 public school students.

  What’s Trending: Muhammed Ali Airport will have therapy dogs

Muhammed Ali airport, serving Louisville, Ky., announces airport therapy dogs. While you're not allowed to pet TSA dogs, a release says that when travelers spot the dogs, they're "free to approach them for quality cuddle time."

  Interview: Kelii Makua & Sean McCready/8th Annual Pacific Ink & Art Expo

Kelii Makua and Sean McCready from Tattoolicious talk about the upcoming 8th Annual Pacific Ink & Art Expo at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall August 2nd 3rd & 4th, 2019.

  Geek Beat: Artificial intelligence portraits, an MIT idea!

AI portraits is an MIT idea and artificial intelligence project.

  Back to School: Facility improvements in the DOE

It’s back to school next week and some major changes are happening to campuses across the state.

  Entertainment: National Smooth Jazz Recording Artist Kenney Polson at Blue Note Hawaii

Smooth jazz artist Kenney Polson is back in Hawaii performing Thursday August 1, 2019 at Blue Note Hawaii; Kenney joins us here on Sunrise.

  Entertainment: America’s Got Talent Recap for July 30, 2019

Danger-comedy-singing act Nick & Lindsay performed and got past elimination last night on America's Got Talent; they continue on in the competition!

Hawaii recording artist Meleana Brown set to release new album

She's also performing in Honolulu for one night only.

  Business Report: Home price inflation soars

We often mention that inflation is low. But here’s something to keep in mind: Inflation for assets from stocks to houses has been way more.

  Back to School: How the DOE is recruiting and keeping qualified teachers

Hawaii has very qualified teachers in its public schools, but there’s more that can be done to recruit more and keep the ones that we have.

  What’s Trending: Hospital dresses up babies in pickles costumes and it’s ‘dill-lightful’

There’s a different kind of celebration going on in Pittsburgh.

  Sunrise Shape Up: Benefits of doing squats

You probably heard at some point that squat is one of the best exercises for you, but there are so many people who don’t know how to do that properly.

  What’s Trending: Howard Dicus learns more about binge watching

Howard talks about the British detective series "Midsomer Murders" on Netflix.

  March of Dimes CEO and president receives national award

March of Dimes President & CEO, Stacey D. Stewart, is in Hawaii as she received the 2019 National Medical Association (NMA) Council on Concerns of Women Physicians Service Award this past Sunday. Native Hawaiians and Filipinos are especially hard hit with mom and baby health issues.

  Back to School: Hawaii State Counselor of the Year talks services available to students

Preparing students for the upcoming school year and beyond

  Business Report: Home buying conditions

It’s time for Business Report: Illustrated Economics with Howard Dicus.

  SmartMoney Monday: Reducing the risk of business fraud

For this SmartMoney Monday, we’re going to discuss how to reduce the chance of fraud harming your small business.

  Entertainment: Another A-Lister gives his support to TMT protesters

Leonardo DiCaprio is the latest celebrity to support TMT protesters at Mauna Kea.

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ho’oponopono

The word hoʻoponopono is defined as setting things right, to put things in order.

  Local musical ‘Petrichor’ prepares for run at Ronald E. Bright Theatre

The production is run by public school students, and ticket sales will benefit the Castle Performing Arts Center.

  What’s Trending: A very hungry kid, and Will Smith vs. Will Smith

In addition to the plate-licking kid and the Gemini Man movie trailer, we also take a look as how James Corden treats his interns: by having Terry Crews chase after them!

  Business Report: Priciest hotel room rates in tropical destinations

Howard Dicus takes a closer look at the world's priciest hotel rooms in vacation destinations, based on average room rates so far this year.

  Beauty and Grace: Fun back to school items and apparel

Some of the most popular items include fun graphic-printed tees, neon backpacks and planners and covers that are interchangeable.

  What’s Trending: How to comfort a cone-wearing dog

When Barley the golden retriever was depressed by a recent surgery, his owners came up with a genius way to comfort him.

  Business Report: CPB invests $40 million in facilities and technology

The project is called RISE2020 and aims to enhance the customer experience at CPB branches.

  Healthier Hawaii: Heat-related illnesses

Heat-related illnesses happen to athletes or people who are exerting themselves in extreme weather.

  Foodie Fix: “Da Kitchen” at the Univ of Hawaii; John A Burns School of Medicine

One of the restaurants most popular items is a deep-fried spam musubi.

  ‘Unstoppable’ documentary dives into Bethany Hamilton’s surfing journey

The documentary is currently being aired in eight theaters across the state.

  Annual keiki hula competition starts Thursday

Over two dozen halau are competing at the Blaisdell Arena from July 25-27.

  Father and daughter to ‘paddle for hunger’ for Molokai to Oahu championships

The 32-mile race crosses the Kaiwi Channel known as the “Channel of Bones.”

  What’s Trending: Oklahoma baby can’t get enough of the camera

Beth O’Daniel is from from Oklahoma and she’s only 1!

  Business Report: June hotel report

In this Business Report, Howard Dicus brought out the legos for Illustrated Economics.

  Medical expert explains how to protect yourself from harmful UV rays

If you’re out and about this summer, you want to protect yourself from all that sun

  What’s Trending: Penny the dog teaches lesson of determination

Have you ever started the week feeling like this? You keep trying and trying and yet, you’re just not going anywhere.

  Business Report: Alternative measures of unemployment

There are six different ways the Department of Agriculture measures unemployment.

  Taylored Creations: No-bake desserts for summer

No-bake desserts are perfect for summertime activities like camping with friends, or even in the classroom.

  SmartMoney Monday: Financial documents to keep or get rid of

In this SmartMoney Monday, we continue discussing financial tips for different stages of life.

  Big Island Substance Abuse Council holds 7th annual Summer Jam

There will be a lot of activities showing off fitness and strength.

  More than two dozen food vendors to participate in upcoming Luau on the Lawn event

This Saturday, HI’s Finest is hosting an all-you-can-eat Luau on the Lawn event at the Bishop Museum.