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Man charged in attack with stick

August 8, 2014 A Kihei man was arrested for assaulting another man with a stick Tuesday night in Kihei. Joseph Prockette, 44, was charged with second-degree assault. He was released after posting $1,000 bail. more »»

Honeymooner aids snorkeler

August 8, 2014 A newlywed groom rescued a female snorkeler in her early 30s Thursday morning at Kamaole Beach Park I after she was struggling with strong winds and currents attributed to Hurricane Iselle, witnesse... more »»

Iselle expected today

August 7, 2014 The heavy rains and winds from Hurricane Iselle should be felt by Maui County residents by this evening, according to the National Weather Service. more »»


August 7, 2014 Hawaii Red Cross volunteers will be opening shelters in Maui County beginning today. People are asked to listen to the radio or view local news reports for opening times. more »»

Disaster Preparedness Supplies & Tips

August 7, 2014 At a minimum, the American Red Cross recommends you should have: • Water: 1-gallon per person, per day (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home) • Food: nonperishable,... more »»

Maui Bus service to be affected by approach of storm system Iselle

August 7, 2014 Some Maui Bus service will be suspended today and Friday as a precaution with the approach of Hurricane Iselle or its remnants, officials announced. more »»

Closures & Postponements

August 7, 2014 Public and private schools will be closed today and Friday, and most state and Maui County offices will shut their doors as Hurricane Iselle, or whatever remains of her, approaches and begins to... more »»

Walk-in voting today, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

August 7, 2014 WAILUKU — Although Maui County nonemergency employees will be sent home at noon today because of anticipated severe weather, walk-in voting will remain open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.. more »»

Incumbent Couch faces first-timers

August 7, 2014 As he seeks election to his third term, Maui County Council Member Don Couch says he is continuing efforts to provide more affordable housing for working-class residents. more »»

Incumbent’s absence raised as issue in East Maui race

August 7, 2014 East Maui County Council Member Bob Carroll faced one of his toughest challenges this term when he was out of action for nearly five months because of a post-appendectomy complication from his... more »»

Inouye legacy hovers over Senate race

August 7, 2014 HONOLULU — Before the final debate in Hawaii’s top political race, a photo of the late Sen. more »»

Old parking lot for cannery to become ‘flexible warehouse’

August 7, 2014 The grass parking lot of the old Maui Pineapple Co. cannery fronting Wakea Avenue in Kahului would be used for a new $3. more »»

$1 million bail ordered for drugs, gun charges

August 7, 2014 A Kihei man is being held in lieu of $1 million bail after he was indicted on drug and firearm charges in a methamphetamine trafficking investigation. more »»

Storms head this way; residents get prepared

August 6, 2014 The first blow in a one-two punch of tropical storms headed for the Hawaiian Islands is expected to hit Maui County as early as Thursday evening when Hurricane Iselle, or a remnant of her, arrives o... more »»

Public schools close Thursday

August 6, 2014 All public schools in Maui County and on the Big Island will be closed Thursday in anticipation of strong winds and heavy rain from the remnants of Hurricane Iselle, the state Department of Educatio... more »»

No. 1 issue for W. Maui council hopefuls: Housing that’s affordable

August 6, 2014 The three candidates vying for the West Maui County Council seat may come from widely varied backgrounds, but they all agree on one thing — West Maui needs more affordable housing. more »»

Incumbent touts bringing home the bacon

August 6, 2014 South Maui Rep. Kaniela Ing said he has helped secure more money for his district — around $250 million — during his first term than the area has seen in the last 20 years combined. more »»

Cool shave ice to watch softball by

August 6, 2014 Wade Kowalski makes a shave ice Tuesday while volunteering in the Hawaiian Recreation Parks Society booth at the Hawaii State Senior Softball Tournament at War Memorial Complex. more »»

Holiday trash pickups rescheduled for some customers, county says

August 6, 2014 New trash collection and landfill schedules that took effect Friday have been tweaked by the county Department of Environmental Management. more »»

Inaugural Lanai Documentary Film Festival slated for February 2016

August 6, 2014 The first Lanai Documentary Film Festival will take place in February 2016, organizers announced last month. The theme for the inaugural event will be “Governance for Africa. more »»



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