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Ana prompts weekend cancellations

October 16, 2014 On its current forecast track, a hurricane-strength Ana is expected to begin bringing rain and high surf to Maui County shores Friday night, leading to the cancellation of events, including the... more »»

Residents report Iao Stream getting insufficient water

October 16, 2014 IAO VALLEY — Two days after Wailuku Water Co. reportedly released 10 million gallons of water back into Iao Stream, residents claim the full amount is still not flowing from mauka to makai. more »»

Judge defers arguments over sports complex

October 16, 2014 WAILUKU — A 2nd Circuit judge Wednesday deferred arguments and complaints about the development of the Central Maui Regional Sports Complex to the state Land Use Commissio. more »»

Met at the net

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Man charged in marathon incident pleads not guilty

October 16, 2014 A 22-year-old Kahului man who faces assault and other charges for driving a car through a crowd at the start of the Maui Marathon in Kahului last month entered a not guilty plea Wednesday in 2nd... more »»

Police announce plans for Halloween in Lahaina

October 16, 2014 LAHAINA — With at least 30,000 people expected to attend Halloween activities in Lahaina town this year, about 100 police officers will be assigned to the portion of Front Street that will be closed... more »»

Kamehameha students seek return of fair prizes

October 16, 2014 Kamehameha Schools Maui students are hoping to get back the photography ribbons they won at the Maui Fair, after the school’s package of photos and prizes was picked up by someone claiming to be a... more »»

County / In Brief

October 16, 2014 Crash claims life of Haiku man A 26-year-old Haiku man who was driving a vehicle that hit a tree Sunday on West Kuiaha Road died Tuesday of injuries suffered in the crash, police said. more »»

‘Victim’ to drug nets 10-year term

October 16, 2014 WAILUKU — Saying the harm caused by a defendant’s drug-dealing needed to be punished, a judge sentenced a Wailuku man to a 10-year prison term. more »»

Fee hikes proposed to support Haleakala offerings

October 15, 2014 Haleakala National Park is proposing several fee increases for visitors beginning in 2015 that will help the park improve visitor facilities, restore recreational trails, sustain native wildlife... more »»

State preps for unlikely outbreak of Ebola here

October 15, 2014 The state epidemiologist said Tuesday that it is “very unlikely” that the deadly Ebola virus will make its way to Hawaii, but because “nothing is 100 percent,” preparations are being made. Dr. more »»

Boat captain reports humpback sighting

October 15, 2014 The first sighting of a humpback whale in Maui County waters was reported Tuesday by the captain of the Queen’s Treasure at 12:30 p.m., 3 miles southwest of Mala Wharf. Cap. more »»

A hole lot of digging

October 15, 2014 Goodfellow Brothers workers Raymond Bista (from foreground) and Jovito Coloma work inside a hole along Main Street in Wailuku on Tuesday morning as equipment operator Tyler Prepose looks o. more »»

Stranded boat dismantled in effort to take it from reef

October 15, 2014 The salvage of the Calico that ended up on the reef at Puunoa Beach in Lahaina did not go according to plan Monday with the vessel having to be dismantled, the state Department of Land and Natural... more »»

County/In Brief

October 15, 2014 Police looking for man who stole Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who stole items after entering a Kihei business Sept. 2. more »»

Na Wai Eha ‘fight’s not over’

October 14, 2014 IAO VALLEY — Monday’s release of 10 million gallons per day of water back into Iao Stream marked a historic occasion, but activists who’ve fought decades for the return of water to Na Wai Eha, the... more »»

5,800 domestic violence cases in 2013

October 14, 2014 More than 5,800 domestic violence-related cases were reported to police in Maui County last year, the executive director of Women Helping Women Maui said Monday. more »»

Scott nephew named for investigators

October 14, 2014 The nephew of Carly “Charli” Scott was named after the two key investigators, who put murder suspect Steven Capobianco in handcuffs. more »»

Move will provide funds to protect preserve lands

October 14, 2014 A recent 3,721-acre addition to The Nature Conservancy’s Waikamoi Preserve on the windward slopes of Haleakala has been added to the state Natural Area Partnership Program, which will provide... more »»

Workshop something to strum about

October 14, 2014 First photo: Students of ukulele advocate Roy Sakuma’s free workshop perform at the ninth annual Maui ‘Ukulele Festival on Sunday at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Willie K is at the back. more »»



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