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Police Commission opposes bills

February 19, 2015 KAHULUI — The Maui County Police Commission is opposing two bills in the state Legislature that would affect the commission’s duties, including one proposal that would allow each county mayor to fir... more »»

Wind turbines removed from new UH-MC science building

February 19, 2015 Wind-powered turbines were removed Tuesday from the top of the University of Hawaii Maui College’s science building, ‘Ike Le‘a, after they suffered wind damage from several storms, including Tropica... more »»

Listings for Maui News Summer Fun Guide are being accepted

February 19, 2015 The Maui News will be publishing a Summer Fun Guide of activities for children and teens on April 12. The deadline to submit information is noon April 3. more »»

County/In Brief

February 19, 2015 Police seeking missing man, 67 Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 67-year-old man who was reported missing Feb. 1. Justin Costa Jr. was last seen at 4 p.m. more »»

Delima named captain, to head Internal Affairs

February 19, 2015 Peter Delima, a nearly 30-year Maui Police Department veteran, has been promoted to the rank of captain and assigned as commander of the Internal Affairs Division. His promotion took effect Feb. 1. more »»

Families mourn loss of 2 teens

February 18, 2015 Two promising Maui High School graduates were remembered by friends and family on Tuesday as kind, fun-loving and hardworking. more »»

Woman swept away by wave, man jumps in after her

February 18, 2015 A man and woman who were found dead in the ocean Monday near Honokohau Bay had been walking near the shoreline to see tide pools when the woman was swept into the ocean by a large wave and the man... more »»

Hans, Franz & Chad

February 18, 2015 Lahaina State Farm Agent Chad Santiago has gone from reading scripts on local radio commercials to touting the “good neighbor” insurance company on national television. more »»

Climate change favors disease spreaders

February 18, 2015 KAHULUI — Warmer temperatures and unstable conditions created by climate change could make it harder for Hawaii’s native species to survive, while creating a opening for invasive disease-spreaders... more »»

A Fat Tuesday treat

February 18, 2015 First photo: Tacha Bugtong and Uikihokulani Yasso enjoy a warm, sugar-coated malassada Tuesday morning outside Home Maid Bakery in Wailuku. more »»

Outage causes sewage spill

February 18, 2015 Heavy winds and rain Saturday knocked out power to more than 3,500 Maui Electric customers — and to a wastewater pump in Waiehu that caused a sewage spill. more »»

No-bail status in place in attempted murder case

February 18, 2015 WAILUKU — No-bail status was kept in place Tuesday for a Molokai man charged with first-degree attempted murder for rear-ending and ramming the driver’s door of his ex-girlfriend’s pickup truck as... more »»

County/In Brief

February 18, 2015 Car goes off cliff on Kahekili Highway Three women from Sweden escaped serious injury when the vehicle they were in overturned and fell over the side of Kahekili Highway on Monday morning, police... more »»

Local Briefs

February 18, 2015 Orientation for dental program The University of Hawaii Maui College Dental Assisting Program will hold a general orientation meeting for prospective students for fall admittance at 4 p.m. more »»

A whale of a parade

February 17, 2015 First photo: Drummers from Haleakala Waldorf School lead Marenje Maui: Ecology in Action’s fiber replica of a humpback whale down South Kihei Road on Saturday morning during the Parade of Whales,... more »»

Ban on aquarium collection removed from bill

February 17, 2015 Maui resident Robert Wintner, a passionate opponent of the aquarium industry trade, isn’t placing any bets that forceful legislation on the more than million-dollar trade will pass muster by the... more »»

Canadians the largest foreign group buying Maui property

February 17, 2015 Canadians were by far the largest foreign group to purchase property in Maui County in 2014, according to a Title Guaranty Hawaii repor. more »»

2 Kahului residents drown off West Maui

February 17, 2015 Firefighters retrieved the bodies of a 19-year-old man and 18-year-old woman who drowned Monday afternoon near Honokohau Bay after she was swept off the rocks and he jumped in to help her, a fire... more »»

Man gets ‘lenient’ sentence for crash while driving drunk

February 17, 2015 WAILUKU — With a Kihei man providing a $7,000 check toward restitution, he was placed on four years’ probation Feb. 6 for a drunken-driving crash that seriously injured two people in another vehicl. more »»

A short ride

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