Watch KITV's midday webcastPublished 11:00 AM HST Sep 13, 2013Video Transcript
Kuramoto. SIRENS... 3-5 SECONDS You may have woken up to those blaring sirens this morning-- if you live in the Pearl City area. Honolulu Police tell us they went off around 1:20 A-M-- The fire department was able to turn off the siren at the site. Sirens also went off on Maui at about 2-15 this morning... We have reports that it went off in the Lahaina area. No word yet on what caused the sirens to malfunction. Growing concern today over how the large molasses spill in Honolulu Harbor may now be impacting businesses in the fishing industry. A source tells KITV that the fish auction at pier 38 is slowing down business because of the process it takes to unload the fish -- causing the auction to open an hour later than normal. However, prices that consumers pay for the fish will not be impacted by the spill. On Maui... Residents in Kihei, Maui Meadows, Wailea, and Makena are being asked to conserve water today. It's because of a damaged waterline, causing storage tanks to run low. The Department of Water Supply says the damage has been repaired... But customers are asked to turn OFF irrigation systems and delay non-essential use of water -- to allow the tanks to refill. The water supply is expected to be back to normal by tomorrow. Oceanic Time Warner Cable is rolling out its statewide wifi hostpot network. Access to the T-W-C WIFI network is FREE to Oceanic Time Warner Cable customers with Standard internet or above -- and its business class internet customers. Customers on Oahu can already access over 400 hotspots -- with hundreds more coming this year. Hotpots will be introduced at popular locations including Sunset Beach, Kailua District Park, and the Stan Sheriff Arena. For information on how to connect to the hospots -- or to view the hotspot coverage map -- visit the AS SEEN on section of our web site - kitv dot com. Cam Tran has your island weather forecast. Thank you for watching KITV 4 News Online. We're constantly updating the website so look for new stories later today, and on KITV 4 News News Online. We're constantly updating the website so look for new stories later today, and on KITV 4 News at 5, 6 and 10.