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Not so sunny day in paradise

February 11, 2015 First photo: Rain clouds darken the sky off Maui’s north shore Tuesday afternoon in this view from Baby Beach in Spreckelsville. more »»

Longs druggist describes robbery

February 11, 2015 WAILUKU — A black BB gun was found at the Kula residence of a man charged with robbing the pharmacy at the Longs Drugs store in Pukalani last week, a police detective testified Tuesday. more »»

Ant pesticide use questioned

February 11, 2015 State and local agencies have been working diligently to combat the more than 20-acre little fire ant infestation reported in Nahiku in October, but some landowners are concerned that the pesticides... more »»

ATM theft suspect is sought

February 11, 2015 Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman who used an automated teller machine to withdraw money from someone else’s bank account. The unauthorized withdrawal occurred at 1:32 p. more »»

Kanaha Pond effort to restore sanctuary to its natural habitat

February 11, 2015 Demolition at Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary has residents worried about future development at the royal fishponds, but a wildlife biologist assured the public that the work is intended to... more »»

Real estate sale prices decline in January

February 11, 2015 With January real estate data showing double-digit declines in median prices for residential and condominium properties in Maui County, the Realtors Association of Maui president said Tuesday that a... more »»

Another ‘Weedkiller’ defendant sentenced

February 11, 2015 WAILUKU — A Haiku man who was among those arrested in an investigation into a marijuana drug trafficking organization was given a chance to keep a conviction off his record when he was sentenced... more »»

Man, 31, accused of punching officer

February 11, 2015 Bail was set at $30,000 for a Lahaina man who was arrested Saturday after he punched an officer and tried to take the officer’s gun, police said. more »»

Local Briefs

February 11, 2015 Black History Month displays up A Black History Month exhibit at the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center is ongoing at the old Brookstone store location through Feb. 28. more »»

Itching to cheer

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Declassified documents include Maui UFO report

February 10, 2015 On the night of Jan. 20, 1956, a Lahaina woman witnessed an orange-flame-colored unidentified flying object let out a “muffled roar” before hovering off the coast of West Maui. more »»

Kula man’s invention could help locate other forms of life

February 10, 2015 Discovering alien civilizations in this generation is possible, and a prototype for a megatelescope that could spot them could be completed in two years, a Maui astronomer says. more »»

Former BOE member Mary Cochran dies

February 10, 2015 Maui County Democratic Party Precinct President and former state Board of Education member Mary Cochran died in her sleep Sunday morning, according to a post on the Maui Democratic Party website. more »»

Running for daylight

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High surf, wind in store for islands

February 10, 2015 High surf, strong winds and some rain are expected through tonight for Maui County as a cold front moves through the Hawaiian Islands, the National Weather Service said. more »»

Maui RadioShacks not on potential closure list

February 10, 2015 The three Maui RadioShack stores are not on the financially troubled company’s proposed list of store closings. more »»

Jury acquits man of assault

February 10, 2015 WAILUKU — A Haiku man who said he was defending his pregnant girlfriend when he punched another man outside a bathroom at Kepaniwai Park was found not guilty last week of a felony assault charge. more »»

Meeting to discuss second Ka‘apuni set for Thursday in Kihei

February 10, 2015 A meeting to discuss the second Ka‘apuni, a torchlight march around Maui later this month, will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Kihei Charter School in the Lipoa Center. more »»

Community college students offered UH admission

February 10, 2015 Nearly 2,000 community college students have been offered admission to one of the University of Hawaii’s four-year campuses through an automatic admission program since Feb. more »»

Study to be done on county’s broadband access

February 10, 2015 The Mayor’s Office of Economic Development has contracted the Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Hawaii to evaluate, develop and recommend broadband access for Maui County, the county... more »»



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