Washington State woman charged with fentanyl and methamphetamine possession on Hawaii Island.
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Washington State woman charged with fentanyl and methamphetamine possession on Big Island
A Washington State woman, 32-year-old Courtney Jordan Cato, was charged with fentanyl and methamphetamine possession offenses in relation to an Oct. 5 incident.
Ironman results: Several Big Island residents finish iconic triathlon
Nearly 40 men and women from Hawaii Island were among the more than 5,000 athletes from around the world to compete in the VinFast Ironman World Championship this week in Kailua-Kona.
Rookie Gustav Iden smashes Kona course record to win 2022 Ironman World Championship By Tom Hasslinger
Norwegian Gustav Iden won the 2022 Ironman World Championship in Kona by smashing the old course record for the 140.6-mile race by nearly 11 minutes with a time of 7:40:24.
Ironman update: France’s Sam Laidlow smashes bike course record; two Norwegians chasing in the run
France’s Sam Laidlow is leading the talent-packed men’s professional field in the 2022 Ironman World Championship.
Weekly road closures for Oct. 8-14
The state Department of Transportation issued its weekly list of road and lane closures for Oct. 8-14.
Maui martial arts academy teams up with nonprofit to help kids train for free
The “life-changing” benefits of martial arts are why Sanchez is teaming up with the Guardian Project to offer free Brazilian jiu-jitsu training and supplies to underserved Maui kids.
Maui Job Openings: Featured Positions from Oct. 1 – 9
Maui Now’s featured jobs from Oct. 1 to 9, 2022.
Kauaʻi County approves proactive bill to regulate development in areas prone to sea level rise
Kaua‘i County unanimously approved a proactive bill to regulate development in areas that scientific models project will be affected by sea-level rise.
UH research to help better predict dangerous storms
A long-term partnership between the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology and philanthropist Jonathan Merage is expanding to help meteorologists better understand and predict dangerous severe weather.
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