Monday’s Need to Know

Honolulu police are asking for help finding the person smashed a toilet in the newly refurbished restrooms at Ala Moana Beach Park. If you know anything call police.

On Hawaii Island, there are more informational meetings this week on dengue fever. There’s one Tuesday afternoon at Yano Hall in Captain Cook.

All state, county, and federal offices will be closed Monday for the Martin Luther King Day holiday. That includes post offices. The bus will also operate on a holiday schedule.

A parade honoring Martin Luther King kicks off at 9 a.m. Monday at Ala Moana Park and will make its way to Kapiolani Park. Expect road closures in the area.

The search and rescue mission for 12 missing marines continues. A reminder for anyone who spots debris, or what may look like debris: you’re asked not to touch it. Instead, report it to the Marines.

Apple’s I Tunes radio service will no longer be free as of January 28. All stations, except for Beats 1, will require a paid subscription of $9.99 a month. I-tunes radio launched in 2013 when apple debuted IOS 7.

Microsoft ended support for Windows 8. All users can get a free upgrade to windows 8.1, or Windows 10.

A free monthly tour of Mauna Kea called Kamaaina Observatory Experience” begins. Visitors 16 or older can see two of the 13 telescopes to learn about the cultural and environmental significance of Mauna Kea This is the first time the observatories have opened their doors to the public.

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