Here is the schedule for the remainder of 2001 for fishing off the island of Kahoolawe.
Fishing schedule for waters
off Kahoolawe island
All openings are 12:01 a.m. Saturdays to 11:59 p.m. Sundays.
>> April 21-22
>> May 12-13; 26-27
>> June 9-10; 23-24
>> July 21-22; 28-29
>> Aug. 11-12; 18-19
>> Sept. 8-9; 22-23
>> Oct. 6-7; 27-28
>> Nov. 3-4; 17-18
>> Dec. 15-16; 29-30
Fishing is prohibited in reserve waters except for trolling on two weekends every month in Zone B, the area between the reserve's outer boundary (two miles from the shore) and the 20 fathom isobath. Diving is not allowed.
There is no public access into Zone A (between the 20 fathom isobath and the shoreline) or onto the island, without specific approval from the KIRC and the Navy.
For more information, see the U.S. Coast Guard Notice to Mariners or contact the Ocean Resources Program at Kahoolawe Island Reserve Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 243-5020.
Worker finds mercury in health center restroomThe Honolulu Fire Department's hazardous materials team was called out Friday after about a teaspoon of mercury was found in a restroom at the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Care Center.
An employee discovered the toxic substance after the center at 86-120 Farrington Highway opened up at about 9 a.m.
The restroom was sealed off until the state's hazardous evaluation and emergency response unit could remove the mercury, fire Capt. Richard Soo said.
It was the 10th report of mercury on Oahu since March 12, when it was discovered at the Puuwai Momi public housing project and at Makalapa Park in Halawa.
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Police, Fire, Courts
By Star-Bulletin staff
Honolulu Police Department Crimestoppers
Escapee snared after arrest on trespass chargeAn escapee from the Women's Community Correctional Center was caught by police after she was arrested Friday on a trespass charge and provided false identification to police.
Police later discovered the woman was Kimberly Brown, 24, who failed to return from a furlough April 6.
Police arrested Brown at an apartment at 408 Lewers Street at 9:55 a.m. Friday.
Suspect turns himself in after assault over $20A 37-year-old woman had her head slammed into concrete stairs and a metal railing over $20 missing from her purse, police said.
The woman confronted a 34-year-old man about the missing money and got into a fight with him at 1671 Aheahe Street, police said.
The victim was taken to Queen's Medical Center at 2:10 a.m., where she was reported in good condition.
The suspect contacted the police and turned himself in. He was arrested for second-degree assault.
2 of 3 injured in wreck released from hospitalTwo of the three occupants of the car that was hit by a car driven by a Mililani teen Thursday night on Kaukonahua Road have been released from the hospital.
The 42-year-old man and his 11-year-old daughter were released from Queen's Medical Center Friday.
His 40-year-old wife remains at the hospital in fair condition.
Brian Dade, the 18-year-old driver of the other car, which crossed the center line, was treated for minor injuries and released. His three male passengers, fellow Mililani high-school seniors, were killed in the accident.