Monday’s Need to Know

Crews on Hawaii Island are monitoring a brush fire in the Waikoloa area. They say three suspicious fires were set in the area Sunday. If you see anything suspicious call police.

Kauai police are looking for the driver in a deadly hit and run accident. Police say a dark colored pickup hit and killed a man on Saturday night on Kapule Highway in Lihue. If you know anything, contact police.

Three westbound lanes on the H-3 freeway will be closed this morning in the Aiea area from 9:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Today, Honolulu International Airport launches a new shuttle service to get people to the interim rental car facility.
Police need your help finding a murder suspect after a bicyclist was killed in Liliha Sunday morning. A witness says he saw a car driving away, going mauka on Liliha street. If you have information about this case, call police.

A high surf advisory is now in effect for the north and west facing shores until 6 p.m. Surf heights of up to ten to 14 feet are expected. Use caution if near the water.

Mayor Kirk Caldwell meets with officials from HART, after the head of the Honolulu City Council sent a letter to the Mayor with concerns about the rising cost of the project, and the budget shortfall which he says could reach $800 million. We’ll follow up and let you know what happens in the meeting.

The Department of Health will unveil a new website for its placard system on Monday. It’ll let you check on the cleanliness of restaurants, what grade restaurants received, and if they broke any health and safety violations.

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