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SHAKA Intends to Appeal GMO Ruling on Maui Initiative
SHAKA Intends to Appeal GMO Ruling on Maui Initiative
July 1st, 2015 · 65 Comments · Maui News
 

Legal counsel for the SHAKA Movement said the decision, “not only ignores the will of the people, but places at risk all state and local regulations that seek to address the harmful impacts associated with GMO operations.


Maui Police to Conduct Independence Day Impaired Driving  Enforcement
Maui Police to Conduct Independence Day Impaired Driving Enforcement
July 1st, 2015 · 3 Comments · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Maui News
 

The enforcement will include increased sobriety checkpoints set up by the department’s DUI Task Force Unit. Police will also be conducting roving and saturation patrols throughout the weekend.


Man Sentenced to 17 Years for Meth Trafficking on Maui
Man Sentenced to 17 Years for Meth Trafficking on Maui
July 1st, 2015 · 18 Comments · Featured, Maui News
 

Ruben Settle, 38, was sentenced on Monday, June 29 by Chief District Judge Susan Oki Mollway to 210 months in prison for his role in a plan to distribute methamphetamine on the Island of Maui. Evidence presented in court showed that Settle recruited other individuals to assist him in the distribution, including approximately 700 grams of “ice” that was seized from Settle by Maui police on Dec. 17, 2014.


Makawao Town Loses Power
Makawao Town Loses Power
July 1st, 2015 · No Comments · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Maui News
 

By Maui Now Staff Several Makawao businesses lost power today at approximately 1 p.m. Bystandars said they heard a loud crackle and saw sparks cascading down toward Baldwin Avenue. A Maui Electric Company crew and Maui Police Department officers were on the scene within minutes. It is unknown at this time when power will be restored


Imua Family Services Expands to Molokaʻi
Imua Family Services Expands to Molokaʻi
July 1st, 2015 · No Comments · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Maui News
 

Imua Family Services on Maui is expanding to offer services on the island of Molokaʻi. The agency will be providing Infant and Child Development Services to families and children on Molokaʻi beginning this month.


UPDATE/FOUND: 85-Year-Old Kula Man Reported Missing
UPDATE/FOUND: 85-Year-Old Kula Man Reported Missing
July 1st, 2015 · No Comments · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Maui News
 

Kula resident Kazuo Takemoto was last seen at approximately 1 p.m. at his home on Tuesday, June 30, 2015. He was reported missing at 6:13 p.m. last night. Maui police are seeking the public’s help in locating him.


Study: New Species of Hawaiʻi Black Coral Can Live Beyond 4,000 Years
Study: New Species of Hawaiʻi Black Coral Can Live Beyond 4,000 Years
June 30th, 2015 · 1 Comment · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Maui News
 

Scientists determined that the species can live more than 4,000 years, making it the longest-lived marine organism known to date. The coral was given the name Leiopathes annosa, derived from the Latin name ‘annosa’ meaning long-lived.


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Bill on Sacred Native Burial Traditions Becomes Law
June 30th, 2015 · 1 Comment · Maui News
 

Governor David Ige today signed several bills into law during a ceremony a the state Capitol including a measure that allows traditions relating to Native Hawaiian burials to continue without the threat of criminal prosecution.


BREAKING: Federal Judge Rules Maui GMO Initiative Invalid
BREAKING: Federal Judge Rules Maui GMO Initiative Invalid
June 30th, 2015 · 97 Comments · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Featured, Maui News
 

A federal judge today ruled that the Maui GMO Initiative passed by Maui voters in November 2014 is invalid because the county does not have the authority over the matter. The 0rder states that the County of Maui GMO ordinance is preempted and exceeds the county’s authority to impose fines.


VIDEO: Bill Mandating Native Hawaiian Rights Training Signed into Law
VIDEO: Bill Mandating Native Hawaiian Rights Training Signed into Law
June 30th, 2015 · 1 Comment · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Featured, Maui News
 

Governor David Ige signed a bill into law this morning that makes it mandatory for certain state councils, boards and commissions to attend a course on Native Hawaiian customs and rights to be administered by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.


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