A former financial adviser with ING pleaded guilty to securities fraud and money laundering on Tuesday.
Bruce Harada apparently managed the deferred compensation accounts for 21 city workers and made $2.5 million for himself over a five-year period.
He pleaded guilty as charged and will be sentenced in January.
Harada faces up to 30 years in prison when he is sentenced.
United Airlines is facing a major online backlash. It bumped a Pearl Harbor survivor off a flight from California to Honolulu.
You might be surprised to hear what type of city property was stolen from Chinatown.
South Africans in Hawaii are grieving, remembering Nelson Mandela as a man who defined the word, "hero." He's inspired many around the world including two women here in Hawaii.