Homeless Deadline, Primary Voting, Swell On The Way

TOP STORY: Dozens of homeless people with personal belongings on sidewalks or in parks in the Moiliili and Pawaa areas were told to move it or lose it.  It was part of the city's continued efforts to enforce Oahu's new stored property ordinance. The warning -- remove your belongings within 24 hours or the city will do it for you. The 24 hour window expires this morning. We're sending Ramsay Wharton out Live  to see what happens. Read More: http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/16479602/city-enforcing-stored-property-law-at-honolulu-park

WEATHER: Tranquil weather in the forecast through late Wednesday, with light to moderate trade winds and lots of sunshine. We could have a few more clouds and showers Thursday into Friday as upper level trough approaches the islands. Longer term, there's a chance of light winds and hazy conditions Sunday and Monday. Surf on the north and west shores have fallen below High Surf Advisory criteria. The next NW swell could bring surf into lower advisory levels Wednesday. Get the latest forecast information from our weather page. http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/category/202017/weather

HAPPENING NOW: New Hampshire voters are going to the polls today in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Most of the GOP candidates will be out gathering some last-minute support. But front-runner Mitt Romney plans to keep it low key, with no public appearances today. One small village in the northern part of the state already has voted. Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman tied at two votes apiece in Dixville Notch.

DEVELOPING STORY: North Korea says it's issuing pardons for convicts. It's a rare move that appears to be aimed at boosting the popularity of Kim Jong Un, the young leader who replaced his father Kim Jong Il when he died last month.

HAPPENING TODAY: The Supreme Court will hear arguments today on whether government regulators can still police the airwaves for indecency at a time when so many Americans have unregulated cable TV and the internet. The case that pits the Obama administration against TV networks is about the use of curse words and fines against broadcasters who showed a nude woman's behind on a 2003 episode of ABC's "NYPD Blue."