Monday’s Need to Know

The Coast Guard is asking for help finding the owner of a kayak found in Kailua Bay Sunday off Mokolea Rock. There are no reports of missing people in the area.

Expect some noise Monday and Tuesday if you live near Schofield Barracks. The Army is conducting demolitions training.

Iao Valley State Monument on Maui is closed Monday and will not reopen until January 22 so crews can make improvements to the park.

A new state law banning large-scale commercial harvesting of sea cucumbers is now in effect.

You might want to allow for more time before you hit the road Monday morning. More than 20,000 students at the University of Hawai’i system go back into session Monday.

The Coast Guard is still looking for the owner of this surfboard,  found in the water off Duke’s Restaurant in Waikiki at about 7 p.m. Sunday. If this is your board or if you have any information, please call officials.

Hawaiian Airlines is celebrating a record number of passengers in 2015 with more than 10.6 million customers flying with the carrier last year. That’s up 4.7 percent from the previous year and marks eleven straight years of passenger growth.

A high surf warning remains in effect for the north and west shores until 6 p.m. Monday. It’s gradually dropping but wave faces up north were in the 20 to 25 foot range; on west sides, 15 to 20. South shores are also seeing a bump due to tropical storm Pali.

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