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Maui Pine on hook for share of $8.7 million

January 8, 2015 A federal judge last month ordered the now defunct Maui Pineapple Co. to pay a portion of an $8. more »»

Nesting nene shuts down county’s only rifle range

January 8, 2015 The discovery of a nene goose nest in the Ukumehame rifle range in West Maui led the Department of Parks and Recreation to close the only rifle range in the county Tuesday night. more »»

GIS mapping by UH students paralles growth of the industry

January 8, 2015 University of Hawaii students on Maui, the Big Island and Kauai have been using geographic information systems technology to perform real-world mapping and data collection throughout the state. more »»

Burger King property sells for $3.6M

January 8, 2015 The Lahaina property known to many residents for the last three decades as the Front Street Burger King is being sold for $3.6 million, according to broker Ben Walin of Commercial Properties of Mau. more »»

Former mayoral candidate faces sentencing

January 8, 2015 WAILUKU — Former Maui mayoral candidate Nelson Waikiki Jr. is scheduled to be sentenced in a securities fraud case next month, after he was arrested Tuesday night on a warrant. more »»

2 convicted drug dealers placed on supervision

January 8, 2015 WAILUKU — Two men who were living in a Waiehu “crack house” when police raided it last year were placed on four years’ supervision Tuesday after saying they were making changes in their lives. more »»

Man caught in mango tree with fruit goes to jail

January 8, 2015 WAILUKU — A would-be mango thief was taken into custody to serve a 15-day jail term after he was caught in a tree with a bag of mangoe. more »»

Man reportedly speeds into ex-girlfriend’s car from back

January 8, 2015 A Kaunakakai woman and her ex-boyfriend were injured Wednesday morning in a traffic collision when he drove a vehicle that sped toward her vehicle from behind, police said. more »»

Ka‘ahumanu Center gets Subway

January 8, 2015 A Subway sandwich store will be opening at the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center in the Queen’s Market food court Tuesday. more »»

Front Street buildings struck by boat

January 7, 2015 The 45-foot sailboat that sat grounded in Lahaina for three days after a “fierce and fast winter storm” thrashed Maui County Friday night was cut up and removed by Tuesday afternoon, boating... more »»

Civil Air Patrol’s Maui plane MIA

January 7, 2015 A Civil Air Patrol plane that had been stationed at Kahului Airport for missions hasn’t been on  Maui since March, leaving an empty hangar and concerns about providing adequate tsunami and hurricane... more »»

Molokai murder defendant ordered held without bail

January 7, 2015 A judge ordered that a man be held without bail Tuesday in the killing of a 19-year-old man on Molokai last yea. more »»

Power restored to all except four on Maui

January 7, 2015 Power was restored Tuesday evening to all but four Maui Electric Co. customers in remote areas Upcountry, company officials said. more »»

Chilly weather breaks temperature records

January 7, 2015 HONOLULU — Hawaii has had some frigid weather in recent days with record-setting or record-tying low temperatures. more »»

ATM heist spree lead police to seek public’s help

January 7, 2015 A string of automated teller machine burglaries and thefts has prompted the Maui Police Department to ask for the public’s assistance in reporting suspicious activit. more »»

County/In Brief

January 7, 2015 Fire damages Lahaina home A blaze that inflicted $440,000 in damage to a Lahaina residence Friday afternoon has been classified as accidental, according to Maui Fire Department Capt. Paul Haake. more »»

Maui growers preparing for coffee berry borer beetle

January 6, 2015 Maui coffee growers are taking measures to belay the arrival of the coffee berry borer beetle that has been brewing trouble for farmers on the Big Island for years and that made its way to Oahu in... more »»

Group seeks to track manta rays

January 6, 2015 About 10 percent of 330 manta rays identified off Olowalu have an amputated or severely damaged fin used in eating, caused by entanglement in fishing lines. more »»



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