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Time for grief before rebuild

By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER and CHRISTOPHER WEBERAssociated Press LAHAINA, Maui – Native Hawaiians and others from a Maui community devastated by a ferocious fire said Friday they worry Hawaii’s governor is moving too quickly to rebuild what was lost while the grief is still raw. “The fire occurred only 10 days ago, and many people are still in shock and mourning,” Tiare Lawrence, who grew up in Lahaina, said at an emotional news conference organized by community…Read more

For Maui fire refugees, island hotels become temporary homes

By DAMIEN CAVE AND EILEEN SULLIVAN NYTimes News Service They raced away from the wildfire tearing through the town of Lahaina last week with just what they could carry, then survived anywhere they could on Maui: in their cars, on friends’ couches, in shelters or in tents by the side of the road. But after more than a week, as shelters have started to close, many survivors have begun moving with government help into a more comfortable option: hotels with golf courses on one side and sandy…Read more

Puna police officer arrested on suspicion of burglary, assault

By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald A 31-year-old Puna patrol officer suspected of illegally entering a Ka’u home early Tuesday morning and assaulting a 20-yearold man remained in custody late Friday afternoon as police detectives investigated the case. “We’re conferring with the prosecutors to determine if immediate charges are appropriate,” Hawaii Police Chief Benjamin Moszkowicz said about the officer, Mark Kealoha Kaili Jr. Kaili and and another man, identified by police…Read more

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