April 22 - A 59-year-old Alan Engling was arrested on Sunday at the Maui Country Club accused of shooting a pellet gun at golfers and causing one man to bleed from his arm.
One of Oahu's most popular hiking trails, the Mariner's Ridge trail, was closed after landowner Kamehameha Schools says increasingly bad behavior by hikers prompted the shutdown.
Cam Tran spoke with Ronald Kaopuiki, a Hawaii man who never knew how he looked like as a child until he went on a search for his biological parents.
A source close to the Colleen Hanabusa campaign confirmed with KITV4 News that the congresswoman (pictured, left) has decided to challenge Sen. Brian Schatz for the U.S. Senate seat previously held by Daniel Inouye.
Good Samaritans helped a dog stuck on an Aliamanu hillside for days, refusing to let the animal die.
April 23 - More than two dozen petroglyphs at the Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park on the Big island were vandalized. Authorities say there's no guarantee that the petroglyphs can be fully restored.
Experts say Hawaii annual rainfall totals have dropped nearly 18 percent within the last 30 years and they expect the drying trend to continue with fewer heavy rain days a year.
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and other stakeholders in Honolulu's rail system went to Washington, D.C. to make sure the federal money for the project is going to come through.
KITV's Andrew Pereira went surfing with surf icons Tom Carroll and Ross Clarke-Jones to get a first-hand experience of their new film "Storm Surfers 3D."
Hawaii's Postal Service got some federal recognition after some dedicated employees worked hard to recycle.
April 24 - For the second time in a week, the University of Hawaii at Manoa was hit by burglary. This time, 12 rooms were burglarized and a computer was taken.
Honolulu Councilman Stanley Chang announced he will be running for the U.S. House seat currently held by Rep. Colleen Hanabusa.
Some Chinatown leaders say the lack of public bathrooms is a real problem in their area and may even be a deterrent for visitors.
Gourmet store Dean & DeLuca is set to open in Waikiki at the upcoming Ritz-Carlton Residences development.
Pamela Young took us to the Valley Isle for the Maui Agricultural Festival.
Would you rather pay an annual fee than the 16.5 cent a gallon Oahu gas tax? That's what the Honolulu City Council is discussing.
City crews forced out deOccupy Honoulu protesters on Wednesday because it interfered with the bus stop. But that didn't stop them from coming back and pitching their tents away from the bus stop.
April 25 - Heavy rain poured over Windward Oahu overnight causing flooding conditions on Kamehameha Highway in Waikane. A state representative helped in the rescue after six vehicles were submerged in flood waters.
A suspicious package paralyzed the area around Circuit Court in Downtown Honolulu for several hours while Honolulu police bomb specialists and other authorities made sure there was no threat to the public.
A Honolulu police officer delivered a baby on the H-1 Freeway in morning rush-hour traffic. This was his second baby delivery on the freeway while on duty.
Have you ever seen flying drones in your neighborhood? Unmanned aerial vehicles are filling practical needs in our everyday lives.
Andrew Pereira went on Skydive Hawaii's new freefalls from the edge of the straosphere and has the video to prove it.
State lawmakers say they are close to a deal to turn underused public school lands into money-making properties. But, Honolulu council members say hold on when it comes to developing projects on city-owned land.
April 26 - After being passed over in the first round of the NFL draft, Hawaii-born football player Manti Te'o was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the second round with the 38th overall pick.
Traffic going into Waikiki was backed up after a man left a suspicious bag near a store and police closed down Kalakaua Avenue at Lewers Street in the late afternoon. A suspect was arrested and the road was reopened at around 5 p.m.
There’s all sorts of unrest over the final resting place for Abigail Kawananakoa. She's the adopted granddaughter of King David Kalakaua and wants a crypt at Mauna 'Ala -- the Royal Mausoleum, where Hawaiian ali'i are buried.
A bill that increases the maximum daily fine for homeowners who fail to keep up with their yard work was signed Friday by Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.
Weather held up in Laie town for Saturday's parade, much to the satisfaction of the hundreds who gathered to honor Hawaii's fighting Irish, Manti Te'o and Robby Toma.
Sometimes big things come in small packages. One of the newest vendors at the Ala Moana Farmers Market is a group of second graders and the CEO is only 7 years old.
Ewa Beach residents are now officially ready for a natural disaster, according to the National Weather Service. The community took steps to make sure it is ready in case of emergencies.
A decorated captain in the Air Force from Kailua, Reid Nishizuka, was one of four airmen killed in a plane crash in Afghanistan on Saturday. The crash is under investigation.
A Big Island man gives the gift of health to a woman from Ewa Beach. It's a generous act that touches two families healing from emotional wounds.
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