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Family of 14 loses Kihei home, vehicles to blaze

July 19, 2014 KIHEI — A family of 14 was homeless Friday afternoon after their five-bedroom Kihei home went up in flames in a violent fire that included several vehicles exploding. more »»

Weaker Wali is plenty wet, on its way

July 19, 2014 Wali was downgraded from a tropical depression to a post tropical cyclone Friday afternoon, but the system’s remnants, expected to reach Maui County this evening, still will carry lots of moisture... more »»

County / In Brief

July 19, 2014 Kahului man accused of abusing member of his family while children were present A Kahului man remained in custody Friday after being arrested Monday for physically abusing a family member in front o... more »»

Man gets 20 years in rape; he had been found unfit

July 19, 2014 WAILUKU — More than eight years later, a former taxicab driver was sentenced Friday to a 20-year prison term for raping a Lahaina woman who was his passenger in 2006. In a January 2010 trial, David T. more »»

Ground broken at Maui Waena

July 19, 2014 Groundbreaking for a new classroom building at Maui Waena Intermediate — many years late — was held Friday at the Kahului public school. more »»

Man convicted in shooting is found with drugs and gun

July 19, 2014 WAILUKU — A man convicted of manslaughter in a 1996 shooting in Olinda was arrested Thursday after police reported finding methamphetamine, marijuana and a loaded revolver while searching him and hi... more »»

New case of cat virus found in Kahului

July 19, 2014 A new case of deadly feline panleukopenia has been confirmed outside of the Upcountry area where the initial cases were found in late May, the Maui Humane Society announced Friday. more »»

Bal a regents vice chair

July 19, 2014 Eugene Bal III of Maui was elected Thursday to one of two vice chairperson positions on the University of Hawaii Board of Regents. The chairman will be Randolph G. more »»

Designer creations to be on display

July 18, 2014 (First photo) Isabella Betwee, 11, is guided through a two-plyer maneuver by Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center instructor Julie Matheis while creating her own designer necklace Wednesday afternoon durin... more »»

NTSB probe of Molokai crash nears completion

July 18, 2014 The National Transportation Safety Board is close to completing its investigation into a 2011 helicopter crash on Molokai that killed four passengers and the pilot, according to its website. more »»

Soccer campgoer shows off her moves

July 18, 2014 Tiare Amorin, 8, puts a soccer move on Sebastian Baskerville, 9, (left) and Ronan Oelbaun, 10, as YMCA Soccer Camp instructors Tara Tesoro, 17, and Jorden Nasciemento-Takitani, 15, look on Tuesday... more »»

County jobless rate dips; isle hits 4.8%

July 18, 2014 Maui County’s jobless rate in June fell to 5.1 percent, 0.5 percentage point lower than last June, the state Department of Labor & Industrial Relations said Thursday. more »»

Scott's mother wants life term

July 17, 2014 MAKAWAO — As Steven Capobianco awaits his Oct. more »»

Source: Jawbone provided break

July 17, 2014 The discovery of the jawbone of a missing pregnant woman was a key piece of evidence that led to her disappearance being investigated as a murder, a source close to the investigation said Wednesday. more »»

Waikiki in jail after Seabury forum

July 17, 2014 Following his arrest Tuesday night after a candidate forum at Seabury Hall, mayoral candidate Nelson Waikiki Jr. more »»

LUC vacancies not affecting Maui planners

July 17, 2014 At least for now, Maui County’s Planning Department and those in the planning and development field say they haven’t seen or heard of any problems on Maui because of the recent inability of the stat... more »»

8 show interest in being police chief for county

July 17, 2014 WAILUKU — Eight people have requested applications for the job of Maui County police chief, which will be vacant when Chief Gary Yabuta retires at the end of the month. more »»

Fencing meant to protect dunes and turtles

July 17, 2014 Kealia Pond National Wildlife Area Park Ranger Courtney Brown (right) and Cheryl King, vice president and Maui research coordinator for the Hawaii Wildlife Fund, bolt a section of fencing together... more »»

Police will take aim at speed

July 17, 2014 Police will step up enforcement against speeding on highways throughout Maui County next week, as part of Operation SPEED. more »»

Kihei resident facing charge of interfering with a flight crew

July 17, 2014 FBI agents arrested a 20-year-old Kihei man Tuesday for allegedly disrupting a flight a day earlier from London to Los Angeles. more »»

 
 

 

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