Wednesday’s Need to Know

Be careful if you’re going out on the ocean. A small craft advisory is in effect for Hawaiian waters.

Opponents of the ongoing native Hawaiian election ask the US Supreme Court to stop the vote count. Voting ends on Monday.

A lot of stores open early on Black Friday and even on Thanksgiving Day.
On Hawaii Island, police need your help finding missing inmate Jensen Yadao who didn’t return to Hale Nani on Monday night. Yadao is serving time for assault, and abuse of a family member. If you see him, call 911.

If you bought rotisserie chicken salad from any Costco on or before last Friday, the Centers for Disease Control advises you throw it away. The CDC says at least 19 people got e-coli after eating it.

There’s been another confirmed case of dengue fever on Hawaii Island, raising the total to 93. Officials say 80 of those people live Hawaii Island, and the rest are visitors.

Police remind you to be on the lookout for thieves when you’re shopping this holiday season. If you have a lot of bags, ask the courtesy counter at the mall to hold them for you while you finish shopping, and never leave valuables in your car.

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