Watch KITV's midday webcastPublished 11:00 AM HST Aug 20, 2013Video Transcript
An early-morning accident left a 19-year-old Kaneohe skateboarder with critical injuries. The incident took place around 2-30 this morning in Kaneohe , on Apapane Street. Police say the skateboarder was clinging to a moving vehicle ... but fell and sustained head injuries. "ALL THE TIME .... OUTCUE: SATURDAY AND SUNDAY THEY ALWAYS RIDING DOWN THE HILL AND IT'S A GOOD HILL TO RIDE A SKATEBOARD BUT IT'S DANGEROUS." It's unknown if speed or alcohol were factors. Honolulu police say an escapee from the Waiawa Correctional Facility was recaptured overnight. He was taken into custody just after 10 last night. Police say he was reported missing sometime last night. Eleven hours of deliberations and still NO verdict in the murder trial of federal agent Christopher Deedy. Deliberations continue today--- Deedy faces a second-degree murder charge in the shooting death of 23 year-old Kollin Elderts. If conficted-- he could be sentenced to life with the possibility of Parole. When a verdict is reached, KITV4 News will let you know on air, online and on your mobile device. And a KITV-4 update-- On a shark attack off Maui last week-- that left a German visitor on life support and in very critical condition at The Maui Memorial Medical Center. 20-year-old Jana Lutteropp was snorkeling at Palau-ea Beach last Wednesday-- when a shark bit her arm off just under her right shoulder. Kaiser Permanente's Moanalua Medical Center has announced new visiting hours. Family and friends can now visit patients 24 hours per day , 7 days per week. It's the only hospital in Hawaii to let patients choose when , who and how many visitors they want. Kaiser Permanente says the new hours are based on research that says greater access to visiting patients throughout the day speeds up recovery time. Cam Tran has your island weather forecast. Thank you for watching KITV 4 News Online. We're constantly updating the website so look for new stories later today, and on KITV 4 News at 5, 6 and 10.