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Group wants to restore Hana Hongwanji temple

September 20, 2015 Originally from Japan, Hana resident Miho Yamazaki Brower is not used to seeing old temples whither away. more »»

Three fires keep firefighters busy

September 20, 2015 A homeowner used a garden hose to stop a fire from spreading at his residence early Friday, Fire Services Officer Edward Taomoto said. Lahaina fire crews responded to a 4:20 a.m. more »»

Jury finds Lau guilty of assault

September 19, 2015 WAILUKU — A Molokai man on trial for the attempted murder of his former girlfriend avoided the possibility of a life sentence Friday after jurors unanimously found him guilty of first-degree assault... more »»

UH president discusses building on school’s scientific strengths

September 19, 2015 University of Hawaii President David Lassner told a group of scientists, academics, defense officials and contractors Friday that the university’s foray into astronomy and space surveillance began a... more »»

Council defers action on NextEra merger resolution

September 19, 2015 The Maui County Council deferred action Friday on a resolution opposing NextEra’s purchase of Hawaiian Electric Cos. Members will take up the resolution again Oc. more »»

State initative puts behavioral health services at the primary care level

September 19, 2015 WAILUKU — Noting that behavioral health issues are a top priority among community members, the state is seeking to integrate some treatment of mild to moderate behavioral health conditions with... more »»

County’s unemployment rate at 3.4% for August

September 19, 2015 Maui County’s unemployment rate dropped nearly a full percentage point in August, compared to 2014, to 3.4 percent, the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations reported Thursday. more »»

Park’s visitor center to close for repairs

September 19, 2015 Beginning Sunday afternoon, 7,000-foot elevation Haleakala National Park’s Headquarters Visitor Center will be closed for two months for roof replacement, seismic and structural repairs and entrance... more »»

County / In Brief

September 19, 2015 Man, 58, dies after moped hits curb A 58-year-old Lahaina man died after he fell off a moped late Thursday night when it struck a raised curb on the shoulder of Honoapiilani Highway. more »»

Homelessness breaking point

September 18, 2015 WAILUKU — Homelessness in Wailuku town has reached a breaking point for many residents and merchants, who are concerned about recent increases in violence and crime and are demanding more security... more »»

Operator of Potty Boot Camp gets 3-month jail sentence

September 18, 2015 WAILUKU — The operator of a potty-training “boot camp” was sentenced Thursday to a three-month jail term, with a judge saying she took advantage of her position when she used “substantial force” to... more »»

Tsunami ebbed and flowed with little impact

September 18, 2015 The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center called off its tsunami advisory at about 7:30 Thursday morning and most beaches and shoreline areas were reopened a half-hour later. The wave created by an 8. more »»

Free child car seat inspections Saturday

September 18, 2015 Free child car seat and booster seat inspections will be done from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Maui Marketplace near Pier 1 on Dairy Road in Kahului. more »»

County / In Brief

September 18, 2015 Man charged with Molokai car theft Bail was set at $5,000 for a Molokai man who was seen driving a stolen car that had been parked near Kaunakakai Harbor after its owner was arrested on suspicion of... more »»

2 men charged in Lahaina house burglary

September 18, 2015 Two men have been charged with burglarizing a Lahaina residence and prying open a safe to steal cash, jewelry and other valuable. more »»

Chile quake triggers Maui tsunami watch

September 17, 2015 A tsunami watch triggered by a quake off Chile early Wednesday afternoon grabbed the attention of residents, visitors and emergency officials on Maui and in the state, leading to shoreline closures... more »»

Closing arguments in attempted murder trial

September 17, 2015 WAILUKU — While an attorney for a Molokai man said he “never had murder on his mind” when he pulled up next to and collided into his former girlfriend’s truck, a deputy prosecutor said what happened... more »»

Scam alerts for Maui News subscribers, Wal-Mart shoppers

September 17, 2015 The Maui News subscribers are being warned about a phone scam involving subscription renewals. more »»



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