Thursday’s Need to Know

Officials warn beachgoers to stay away from a whale carcass near Nanakuli Beach Park. It’s attracting sharks and could carry diseases.

Health officials on Maui will answer questions Thursday night on mosquito borne illnesses. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. at Haiku Community Center

Swimmers, beware: A high surf advisory is in effect through Friday morning for north and west facing shores.

Thursday is the last day Shirokiya at Ala Moana Center will be open at its current location. The store is moving to the mall’s Ewa wing. It opens June 1st
Police are asking for your help finding a burglary suspect in Wahiawa. His victims say the man broke into their home on Kilani Avenue on Tuesday night and exposed himself to their young children. If you have any information, call police.

Honolulu’s rail cars will be taken from the pier to the Rail Operations Center near Leeward Community College Thursday morning. It won’t cause lane closures, but it may slow traffic.

Maui residents, don’t be alarmed. There will be some emergency siren testing at Kenolio Park between 9 a.m. and noon Thursday.

State forestry and wildlife officials remind you that people start 99% of Hawaii’s wildfires, so be careful with open flames. Last week’s brush fire in Nanakuli seriously harmed some rare native plant species.

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