HIGH WIND ADVISORY
It's not the best beach weather for students out on Spring Break. Strong winds have caused a number of problems overnight. From blown roofs to downed trees, Ramsay will run down the impact of the blustery conditions. Share your pictures or video on our facebook page.
The strong gusts are churning up the surf too. An advisory is posted through 6 tonight. Dan says it will be rough and choppy, with waves between 6 to 8 feet. There's also a danger for strong rip currents.
If you haven't downloaded our weather app, now's a good time to do so. You can get the HNN app at the App Store or on Google Play for Android.
GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES' MAKE A PLAY FOR HAWAII VOTE
Hawaii is President Obama's home state, but GOP Presidential hopefuls are stepping up their campaigns here ahead of tomorrow's caucus. For three of the candidates, it's a family affair. Mitt Romney has sent his son Matt to stump for votes. Rick Santorum's daughter is here on behalf of her dad. So is Ron Paul's son Ronnie.
KAUAI POLICE POWER STRUGGLE
An announcement is expected today about leadership at the Kauai Police Department. It's been more than a month since Mayor Bernard Carvalho put Police Chief Darryl Perry and two assistant chiefs on leave during an investigation into a hostile work environment complaint filed by a female police officer. Perry tried to return to work with the backing of the Kauai police commission but was locked out of his office.
What's better than 64 of college basketball's best teams playing their hearts out at the Big Dance? How about 72? The brackets are out and all we can say is... Let the games begin!
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