WATER MAIN BREAK
About 15 homes are without water this morning in Kalama Valley. We're awaiting word from the Board of Water Supply how long it will take to patch up the water main break.
TRAFFIC LIGHTS OUT
We're also getting word of traffic lights out in town at the intersection of Kapiolani and Pensacola. We'll be monitoring this as a potential traffic hot spot on Sunrise.
KAUAI POLICE POWER STRUGGLE
Will Kauai's police chief be locked out of work for a second day? That's what happened when Darryl Perry returned yesterday. Mayor Bernard Carvalho wants Perry to stay on leave until an investigation into claims from a female officer against two of Perry's Assistant Chief's is finalized. But, is it the Mayor's jurisdiction or the Police Commission's. You can see the latest on this power struggle on our website.
STATE OF THE CITY
This morning at 10, Mayor Peter Carlisle will deliver his 2nd State of the City address. From rail to the economy, Ramsay will look at some of the important issues likely to be discussed.
SURF UP, TRADES ON WAY DOWN
The breezy tradewinds will back off by tomorrow. We're tracking a possible disturbance this weekend which could bring in more clouds and showers. Big surf is definitely in our forecast. Dan says the swell will drop below advisory levels tomorrow morning and another bigger country swell is due this weekend.
HELMETS, BIKE LANES, AND DOGS AT RESTAURANTS
Also happening today, lawmakers will look at a bill that would require skateboarders under 16 to wear a helmet or face a fine. Another measure would ban moped riders from using bike lanes or paths. A third bill under consideration would allow restaurant owners to allows dogs into their establishments at their discretion.
SUNRISE SLIMDOWN WEIGH IN
The Black Widows and Honey Badgers have done our latest weigh-in. One team came on strong while the other needs to get back to basics. See the latest Sunrise Slimdown showdown at 7:10.
Hope you can join us!
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