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Storm, flooding damage water facilities

September 20, 2016 Two water facilities in Iao Valley are out of service and production is low at a treatment plant in Lahaina following heavy rain and flooding last week, Department of Water Supply Director Dave... more »»

State nixes plans for seawall at Olowalu

September 20, 2016 The state Department of Transportation announced Monday that it will nix plans to build a seawall near Olowalu to prevent a section of Honoapiilani Highway from falling into the sea, bowing to... more »»

Vehicle caught on video moments before defendant clocked in at work

September 20, 2016 WAILUKU — Minutes after a lifted Toyota 4Runner was seen heading uphill on Baldwin Avenue in Paia, murder suspect Steven Capobianco clocked into his job nearby the morning of Feb. more »»

County / In Brief

September 20, 2016 Haleakala commercial permits available Applications for a limited number of astronomy and hiking tour commercial permits will be accepted through Oct. 19, Haleakala National Park announced Monday. more »»

Haiku man gets probation for assault

September 20, 2016 WAILUKU — After paying $1,000 toward restitution, a Haiku man was placed on four years’ probation for hitting another man and knocking out his tooth during what a deputy prosecutor described as a... more »»

Keiki at low-income complex get donations, equipment

September 19, 2016 Tennis balls no longer serve as a substitute for baseballs, and now there are actual bases on the baseball diamond at Waiale Park. more »»

Festival brings jazz artists to Maui

September 19, 2016 Jazz legends Larry Coryell (from left), Javon Jackson and Delfeayo Marsalis perform during the sixth annual Maui Jazz and Blues Festival at the Royal Lahaina Resort on Sept. 10. more »»

‘Reasonable’ rate increase OK’d for Kaanapali water users

September 19, 2016 The Public Utilities Commission has issued a decision and order for Hawaii Water Service Co. Inc. more »»

County / In Brief

September 19, 2016 Runner collapses, taken to hospital A 71-year-old runner was taken to the hospital in critical condition after collapsing at the finish line of the Maui Marathon’s half-marathon Sunday morning,... more »»

Crime Watch

September 19, 2016 THIS IS A LIST of residential burglaries, stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins in Maui County reported to the Maui Police Department from Sept. 4 to 10. more »»

Survey by air shows ‘nature’s power’

September 18, 2016 A helicopter survey of the Wailuku River in the West Maui Mountains on Thursday revealed “just a shocking display of nature’s power” with landslides beginning at the 5,000-foot elevation, cascading... more »»

South Maui LGBT resort sold and renamed

September 18, 2016 The Maui Sunseeker, the north Kihei shoreline resort known for catering to the LGBT community, has a new owner and a new name. On Sept. more »»

Lawmakers seek to stop work on seawall

September 18, 2016 West Maui Rep. Angus McKelvey and South Maui County Council Member Don Couch are calling on Gov. more »»

Work to begin on parking lots

September 18, 2016 Parking lot improvements are scheduled for West Maui park facilities through Dec. 7, the county Department of Parks and Recreation announced. more »»

County / In Brief

September 18, 2016 Molokai meeting to focus on schools Public input will be sought on Molokai on Monday evening from the state Department of Education and the Board of Education on a joint strategic plan, according to... more »»

River recorded flowing at 3 billion gallons a day

September 17, 2016 Water in the Wailuku River was flowing at 3 billion gallons a day during the height of the rainstorm Tuesday night, and Iao Valley homes that were flooded that night were once again threatened by... more »»

Flood victims touched by outpouring of support

September 17, 2016 The Palakiko family, which was cut off from the rest of West Maui when a flood of water wiped away its driveway Tuesday night, has learned that tragedy can bring out the best in peopl. more »»

Ukulele player from viral video to enter drug rehab program

September 17, 2016 WAILUKU — A Paia man who was wanted on a probation violation and was invited to Hollywood to perform with reggae artist Matisyahu will seek substance abuse treatment in an attempt to turn his life... more »»

Forensic pathologist describes injuries to jawbone

September 17, 2016 WAILUKU — On a portion of a lower jawbone fragment matched to a missing pregnant woman, there were cuts and a “suspicious” scrape that could have been caused by “defleshing” with a serrated knife, a... more »»

Wesley Lo to leave HHSC at end of October

September 17, 2016 Wesley Lo, the chief executive officer of public hospitals in Maui County who helped shepherd a public-private partnership measure through the state Legislature, will be leaving his post Oct. more »»

 
 
 

 

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