Scott Vidinha was found guilty of attempted assault.
If you're looking for something different to do this holiday season, head down to Ward Village.
Breezy trade winds continue for the next few days after easing off a bit today.
While they had enough time to grab some prized possessions, the lava eventually took everything. Yet they still found it within themselves to give back.
Japan's famous value store is now open in Hawaii.
Fight week in the Aloha State kicked off Wednesday as Bellator Hawaii pre-event festivities got underway.
Here's a Christmas story that goes full circle. Stevenson Middle School students made toys using 3D printers and donated them to Shriners Hospital Wednesday.
Kimberly-Clark announced a voluntary product recall of its U by Kotex Sleek Tampons, Regular Absorbency, sold throughout the United States and Canada, after reports of the products unraveling inside women's bodies.
A woman who is always helping others is in need of a little extra help this holiday season after a fire took most of her belongings.
The state attorney general says Randall Saito did not get any help from Hawaii State Hospital staff when he escaped last November.
Increase in passing showers and strong winds will continue Wednesday.
Windy trades will continue through midweek as a series of high pressure systems passes to the north of the islands.
According to federal prosecutors, over the course of a year, the vessel harvested more than 900 fins from some 300 sharks including threatened species like the oceanic white tip.
A popular mainland restaurant chain is now open in the islands.
A Hawaii Island woman is dead after police say she refused to put down a rifle. The woman is Tori Kaneshiro, 30, of Pahoa.
Monday night, a massive tree fell down in Manoa, blocking a portion of Alani Drive. The banyan tree blocks two houses and an entry point to several Manoa hiking trails.
A fallen tree blocked all Kaneohe-bound lanes and one town-bound lane of Likelike Highway Tuesday night, all lanes have been reopened Wednesday.
About 28,000 pounds of Jimmy Dean sausages are being recalled. There've been five complaints about metal being found in the sausage links.