Wednesday’s Need to Know

Honolulu police are looking for another bank robbery suspect. They say this man held up the Central Pacific Bank on Kapiolani Boulevard on Saturday morning. If you recognize him, call Crime Stoppers at (808) 955-8300.

Honolulu police are also asking for help finding a missing teenager, 14 year old Zoe Barnes, last seen Saturday night in Kahala. If you see her, call Crime Stoppers at (808) 955-8300.

A warning for Kauai residents. Someone is going door to door saying they work for Kauai Island Utility Cooperative and offering to install rooftop solar. The Co-op does not sell these systems.

The Naval Shipyard is holding a job fair Wednesday at the Blaisdell Arena. Officials are looking to fill hundreds of positions.

HART officials released a report by contractor Kiewit on a major gas leak in Aiea earlier this month. The Public Utilities Commission is doing its own investigation and will issue a “notice of violation” to Kiewit.

The Hawaii State Legislature and Olelo unveiled H-Span, available on Oceanic Cable channel 50. It is a new statewide on-demand channel where you can access coverage of legislative activities at any time.

The NFL will be meeting with the Hawaii Tourism Authority on Thursday, to determine whether the Pro Bowl will stay in hawaii for another year. Both the NFL and the HTA are able to opt out of their current Pro Bowl contract.

A high surf warning is in effect for the north and west shores. Surf heights of up to 45 feet are expected. The warning will be up until 6 p.m. Wednesday.

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