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4-6 ft for Saturday with surf building possibly 6-8 ft by Sunday for South Shores Sunday

"It's very crazy to look at." A Waimanalo family lost their home of 40 years after a fire destroyed it Thursday afternoon. KITV4's @nicoletamnews  has the story

Overcrowding in the state's jails and prisons is a not new issue, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, some consider it a death sentence.

Maui police say the motorcyclist involved in a crash on Maui more than a week ago died early this morning.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 808-955-8300.

The video is more than 10 years old but some people raised questions about taste when it resurfaced. KITV4's @nicoletamnews  reports

Garner's bail is set at $2 million.

BREAKING: This morning at 8:25 a.m., one of KITV'4s 'ohana, Robert Kekaula, suddenly passed. He was the Managing Editor at the station, but played a huge role in the lives of many -- even described as a 'warrior.'

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Pro-Trump protesters carrying flags march through the Capitol building, chanting "we want Trump," forcing a lockdown with members of Congress inside.

INCREDIBLE video captures manta rays dancing in waters off O'ahu this past Saturday ? Mahalo, Ren Taylor

"Waipahu lighting it up. Probably the most I ever seen" - Terry Reis ??

JUST IN: Owners of a 197-foot luxury yacht are being ordered to pay $100,000 after dropping the vessel's anchor on coral in Kailua Bay on Hawai'i Island, damaging approximately 431 coral colonies

One of the most fabulous fireworks displays on O'ahu ? From yours truly, @bretmanrock 

#ARRESTED : "The fact that Ms. Salamanca has so many followers makes her actions that much more dangerous and concerning," said AG Clare E. Connors @AnnalisaBurgos  reports

#NEW : She claims law enforcement came to the house where she's staying and told her if she had a negative COVID-19 test, she could go out. But police and state officials say that is not true

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