Perreira covers a 10-mile walk, three times a week. He made use of his time by picking up trash along the way.
Kauai's north shore communities are still recovering from April's record rains and flooding. Members of the affected towns trying to return to normal. Immediately after the deluge started, locals stepped up to help one another. Like Koral McCarthy, the owner of the Ohana Shop in Hanalei. Our Hawaii MVP
The 34-year-old from lower Puna has been looking out for his community since his childhood.
Modest, unsung, but in some cases, a true life-changer.
There's much more to baseball that meets the eye. Shea Sakahara was born with Cerebral Palsy, but from the get-go, it was clear, he wasn't about to be written off.
From serving overseas, to sleeping on the streets, a reality for hundreds of military veterans in Hawaii. One of the people helping them is the Executive Director of the U.S. Vets program, a local girl and "Army Brat" whose dreams of giving back to our country's heroes started at young age.
KITV first met Sally Murata last June on her regular shift with her neighborhood's citizens patrol. But at 100 years old, Sally does more than protect family and friends, this Hawaii MVP touches their hearts.
From serving overseas to sleeping on the streets - a reality for hundreds of military veterans here in Hawaii. One of the people helping them into homes is U.S. Vets Barbers Point Executive Director, Dr. Kim Cook. As the daughter of an Army veteran, Cook's dream of giving back to our country's heroes started at a young age. "Just in growing up with him and seeing the different struggles that veterans have, for me, it was sort of a personal...