Hanauma Bay was closed on Friday after a rash of box jellyfish stings were reported.
According to Ocean Safety officials, as of Friday morning a total of 35 stings were reported at the bay.
In the meantime, beach goers are advised go to other nearby snorkeling sites like Kailua Beach or Waimanalo Beach Park.
The jellyfish are also prompting a change to the Saturday hours at the bay. Ocean Safety officials say a lifeguard will assess Hanuama Bay at 6:00 am and if there is no influx of box jellyfish, the bay will reopen at 7:30 am when lifeguards are on duty. Normally, the bay opens at 6 a.m.
Officials say it's been at least a year since Hanauma Bay had to close because of box jellyfish.
It's the holiday season and that means parties, fun, and for some, drinking. However, Honolulu police are on the lookout for drunk drivers. One family offered a reminder on Sunday, why it's important to not drink and drive.
An investigation is underway on Maui after a body was found in a ditch.
KHON2 is learning more about the elderly man who died after being attacked in Chinatown. Mamerto "Eddie" Semana, 83, was found on Kukui Street early Wednesday morning, not far from where he lived.