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Syngenta to sell Hawaii operations

September 3, 2016 HONOLULU (AP) — A Swiss agrochemicals company caught up in legal battles over its farming of genetically modified crops in Hawaii is planning to sell its operations in the state. more »»

Artful celebration

September 2, 2016 Nicole Humphrey inspects Jonathan Clark’s woodblock print on raw silk titled “ ‘Ahinahina in Mist” while taking in the Hawaii National Parks 2016 Centennial Juried Exhibition on Tuesday at the Maui... more »»

Displaced Kanaha campers move out to the nearby road

September 2, 2016 KANAHA — Citing health and safety concerns, the county Department of Parks and Recreation on Thursday began its indefinite suspension of overnight camping permits at Kanaha Beach Park. more »»

Panel meets to consider ways to reach Maui’s energy goals

September 2, 2016 Maui is ahead of schedule when it comes to meeting Hawaii’s goal of 100 percent renewable energy by 2045, but much is still up in the air in terms of what strategies will push the county, and the... more »»

Nearly half of survey respondents want victims charged for chopper rescues

September 2, 2016 Nearly half of the 250 people surveyed by the Maui County Fire Department supported the idea of billing people who require helicopter and mountain rescues by firefighters. more »»

Man charged in terroristic threat case

September 2, 2016 A Pukalani man is being held in lieu of $11,000 bail, following his arrest last week for allegedly threatening a pregnant woman with an air rifle at a Makawao residence. more »»

County/In Brief

September 2, 2016 Wailuku man facing firearms charges A man is facing felony charges after he was arrested when he showed up at his girlfriend’s house with a shotgun last week, according to police. more »»

Officer: Stain on pant leg ‘looked like blood’

September 1, 2016 WAILUKU — Blue jeans stained with what looked like blood appeared to have been recently placed or thrown on vegetation along Hana Highway in East Maui when the pants were found days after a pregnant... more »»

Maui hospitals face cuts to services, bed capacity with Kaiser transfer delay

September 1, 2016 Hospital services and about 10 percent of beds in Maui County’s three public hospitals could be shut down this year, following Kaiser Permanente’s Maui Health System announcement to delay the... more »»

Madeline still forecast to bring wind, rain to county

September 1, 2016 As Maui County residents braced Wednesday for strong tropical storm winds and rain, Tropical Storm Madeline — downgraded from a hurricane — veered south past the Big Island. more »»

Maui school enrollment flat over last year

September 1, 2016 Maui County public school enrollment remained virtually unchanged for the current 2016-17 year at 21,846, according to data released Tuesday by the state Department of Education. more »»

Pools to close for employee training and storms

September 1, 2016 Maui County Parks and Recreation offices and pools will be partially closed on select days this month for departmentwide employee training, according to an announcement Tuesday. more »»

Haliimaile man posts burglary loot on Facebook

September 1, 2016 A Haliimaile man arrested last month in the investigation of a Kahului burglary has been linked to two other burglaries at Upcountry homes, police sai. more »»

County/In Brief

September 1, 2016 Paia man arrested in burglary case A 24-year-old Paia man was arrested in the investigation into the burglary of a Spreckelsville residence that was undergoing renovation, police said. more »»

Witness: Blue jeans found along highway looked stained by blood

August 31, 2016 WAILUKU — A volunteer helping search for a missing pregnant woman had stopped along Hana Highway in East Maui when she said she looked over a guardrail and saw a pair of blue jeans with what “looked... more »»

Akaku to broadcast murder trial

August 31, 2016 Beginning at 10 a.m. today, Akaku Maui Community Media will begin a live broadcast of the murder trial of Steven Capobianco from the Wailuku courtroom of 2nd Circuit Judge Joseph Cardoz. more »»

Madeline losing steam but still ‘dangerously close’ to islands

August 31, 2016 Hurricane Madeline lost some of her punch Tuesday night, weakening to a category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds falling to 90 mph, as island residents and visitors prepared for strong wind... more »»

Tips offered for hurricane preparedness

August 31, 2016 Maui County Civil Defense and Maui Electric Co. more »»

Madeline, Lester to leave some areas closed for business

August 31, 2016 The following have been closed, partially closed, postponed or canceled because of the approach of Hurricanes Madeline and Lester: * Polipoli State Park will be closed today, while all other state... more »»

Maui island visitor arrivals continue at brisk pace

August 31, 2016 After a record-setting year with more than 2. more »»



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