HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Take a look back at some of the big headlines in Hawaii on this week in history.
1905: Oahu's first county election held
Voters elect a sheriff, county attorney and treasurer among other roles.
1960: President Eisenhower arrives for 6-day visit
An estimated 200,000 people show up to greet President Dwight Eisenhower as he arrives in the islands.
At just 13 years old, Punahou student Michelle Wie becomes the youngest person to win any adult U.S. Golf Association event when she claims the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship in Florida.
1899: Queen Kapiolani dies at 64
Queen Esther Kapiolani, the wife of King David Kalakaua, dies in her Waikiki home from a lengthy illness. During her life, she created the Kapiolani Maternity Home, a place where mothers and their newborn babies could receive care. It continues today as Kapiolani Medical Center.
Fans around the world and in Hawaii are shocked to learn that the King of Pop has died suddenly at the age of 50. Twelve years earlier, he performed to sold out crowds at the Aloha Stadium – the biggest concert in Hawaii history.