Thursday’s Need to Know

The DLNR and city officials will answer questions Thursday morning after a series of shark attacks and sightings. This starts at 10 a.m. and we will stream it live at khon2 dot com.

Police warn Waipio parents and children to be on the lookout after an attempted kidnapping Wednesday afternoon. A boy says he was walking near Kanoelani Elementary when a man grabbed his backpack and dragged him across the street.

The Coast Guard begins efforts Thursday to recover a ship that ran aground Wednesday morning off Kahala Beach.

HPD is hiring police dispatchers. Applications will be accepted starting Sunday.

An interim car rental facility at Honolulu International Airport will open next week in the overseas parking structure. A permanent facility is under construction and should be done by 2020.

Talk to a lifeguard before heading into the water Thursday. A high surf warning is in effect along north and west facing shores of most Hawaiian Islands and a high surf advisory is in effect for the Kona coast on Hawaii Island.

Are mopeds too noisy in the Mc Cully-Moiliili area? Tell the neighborhood board at a special meeting Thursday at Washington Middle School’s cafeteria.

On Thursday, Mayor Kirk Caldwell proclaims October 31st as “Be Safe, Be Seen” Halloween Pedestrian Safety Day. It encourages trick or treaters to wear reflective materials to increase their visibility at night.

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