May 6 - The trial of murder suspect Toby Stangel began Monday in Honolulu. Police say he went on a shooting spree that left one woman dead. The woman's surviving daughter testified about the shooting on the first day of the trial.
The people who died in the Pali Highway crash Sunday morning were identified as 13-year-old Kamalani Kalama of Kailua (pictured) and 33-year-old Mark Garcia of Kailua. Garcia's 14-year-old daughter, Denay, was hospitalized in critical condition.
Sequestration claimed the events of two popular Oahu summer events. Pearl Harbor announced it will cancel this year's fireworks for Independence Day. Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe also said it will cancel this year's BayFest.
A suspicious package found at 677 Ala Moana Boulevard, which closed Keawe Street for a couple of hours, was really a lava rock in a plastic bag.
University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood decided to step down from her post effective in September.
Local limousine companies are awaiting the results of the investigation of a deadly limo fire in California that killed a bride and four of her friends.
The Mililani Town Association is asking homeowners to stop feeding feral pigs because of the damage they cause and the potential danger they bring.
May 7 - Amie Lou Asuncion was one of the witnesses to testify on the second day of the murder trial of Toby Stangel. She told the court about how she jumped off a freeway to escape the shots fired by Stangel.
Honolulu City Prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro says he is taking crimes of elder abuse personally by doubling the size of his investigative unit and working with the finance industry.
A day after the news that University of Hawaii President M.R.C. Greenwood would be resigning in September, lawmakers look at their next move to replace her.
There's a nursing shortage in Hawaii, but on the other hand, there's also a glut of nursing students coming out of school who can't find work.
BayFest organizers say there's no guarantee the event will ever be back after this year's event was cancelled.
For the third time in a month, a Hawaii prisoner has died behind bars. Mark Davis Jr., 25, was found dead in his cell at the Oahu Community Correctional Center just after 5 p.m. Tuesday. As a teenager, Davis was committed to the Hawaii State Hospital, by reason of insanity, for raping and killing a 6-year-old Puna girl.
May 8 - A Delta Air Lines flight from Honolulu to Los Angeles suffered blown tires while on the Honolulu International Airport's reef runway Wednesday.
A Robinson R22 helicopter made a hard landing on Fort Street in Downtown Honolulu Wednesday afternoon, skidding into a vehicle. There were no major injuries.
KITV got an exclusive interview with the pilot and passenger of the helicopter that landed on Fort Street on the day the chopper went down.
Those who were in Downtown Honolulu when the chopper made the hard landing spoke with KITV about the incident.
Scientists began mapping out the area of coral reef damage off Kauai along Anini and Wainiha in the Hanalei area last week.
A Waianae couple are asking the thieves to return two Military Macaws that were stolen from their backyard, no questions asked.
Arson cases on Oahu are on the rise. The Honolulu Fire Department and the Honolulu Police Department are asking the public to keep their eyes and ears open.
May 9 - Hawaii residents watch the sky for a partial solar eclipse Thursday afternoon.
Exclusive surveillance video along Fort Street showed the helicopter landing on the road and crashing into a vehicle.
A 16-inch water main break in McCully floods the roads for about three hours Thursday afternoon. Repairs to the main and the road would take another 24 hours.
A new study says Honolulu ranks in the top five places in the nation when it comes to the amount of ultraviolet radiation we experience. The report says despite the damaging effects UV rays have on our eyes 40 percent of us still do not wear sunglasses.
A county inspection turns up multiple building violations and an illegal acupuncture school at the Naniloa Resort.
The rush is on for thousands of security guards to get certified and licensed for a new state law.
May 10 - Board of Water Supply officials explain why it took a long time to turn off the water for a 16-inch water main break in McCully.
Did you know that under our laws, children under the age of 16 must ride a bicycle with a helmet? Some are worried that the law has become unenforceable.
A man suspected of stealing copper on the H-3 Freeway was arrested by police.
From helicopter landings to water main breaks, there are few events which aren't seen by surveillance cameras these days.
The owner of downtown bar thirtyninehotel says a meaningful memento has been stolen multiple times, with the latest crime happening Wednesday night.
May 11 - A wounded veteran from Mililani was defending his gold medal at the Wounded Warrior Games on the mainland, but his heart is with his son on the University of Hawaii Manoa campus as he graduated.
More than 300 Oahu families were finally getting a chance to have a home on Saturday. It was the state's effort to provide affordable housing for those who need it most. Some waited for nearly a decade.
May 12 - On this Mother's Day, one family hopes for the return of their beloved mother. It's been a year since Loida Wideman was last seen, but the return of three kidnapped women in Cleveland has given hope to her family that she may return.
This year there were three sexual assaults reported to the Air Force at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Experts believe others may not have been reported. KITV4 takes a look at what is being done for Hawaii's service members.
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