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Storm brings rain, little else

October 19, 2014 Hurricane Ana has skirted south of most of the Hawaiian Islands, causing little damage, but will “continue to be a player” in Maui County and the rest of the state over the weekend with a flash-floo... more »»

Haleakala National Park reopened after Hurricane Ana

October 19, 2014 Haleakala National Park's Kipahulu and summit districts have been reopened and reported “no significant damage” from Hurricane Ana, a park official said. more »»

Surfer escapes shark attack at 'Freight Trains'

October 19, 2014 MAALAEA — A Haiku surfer kicked and punched an attacking tiger shark while holding his 8-year-old son Saturday morning in waters off Maalaea. more »»

Newcomer taking on incumbent mayor

October 19, 2014 * Editor’s note — This is the first in a series of stories covering contested state legislative and Maui County seats leading up to the Nov. 4 general electio. more »»

Maui County parks to reopen Sunday in wake of Hurricane Ana

October 18, 2014 All Maui County parks, recreational facilities and campgrounds will reopen Sunday after facilities were closed Saturday under the threat of Hurricane Ana, Department of Parks and Recreation official... more »»

Forecast: Hurricane Ana threatens Kauai County

October 18, 2014 After passing south of most of the Hawaiian Islands, Hurricane Ana was poised to come “dangerously close” to Kauai County on Saturday night, the Central Pacific Hurricane Center said. more »»

Agencies shuttering parks and harbors

October 17, 2014 With Ana forecast to bring rain, big surf and tropical storm level winds to Maui County on Saturday, federal, state and county agencies began shutting down parks, recreational areas and small-boat... more »»



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