Thursday’s Need to Know

Honolulu police still looking for a suspect after an apparent murder in Whitmore Village. Police say a man’s body was found inside his home. If you know anything about the case call police.

Protestors have gathered at the Maui Central Baseyard. They’re demonstrating against a telescope being built on Haleakala. The Daniel K. Inouye solar telescope would be the largest solar telescope in the world.

On Kauai, a bill that make people pay for expenses if they have to be rescued is moving forward. On Wednesday, it passed its first reading. a public hearing is set for next Wednesday.

Hawaii Island authorities are asking drivers to watch out for crews who will be stationed along major streets and highways starting Friday. It’s all part of the state’s annual seat belt survey and will last through next Tuesday.

Construction of the 30-meter telescope on Mauna Kea was halted after protesters scattered rocks and boulders along the road. TMT officials say they plan to move forward with the project when the issue is resolved.

Popular salad dressing maker Wishbone is recalling Ranch Salad Dressing.  The company says the bottles actually have blue cheese salad dressing instead and that has egg, which some people are allergic to.

Fiat Chrysler is recalling the 2014 to 2015 model years of Jeep Cherokee SUVs due to a water leak problem that could cause a fire. until repairs are made. Owners with power lift gates should check cargo areas to make sure they are dry.

Today is Leon Day celebrating the fact that we’re halfway to Christmas. the Salvation Army will have its red kettles and bell ringers at various Longs and Walmart stores across the island. All the money raised will go to help various programs in the state.

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