Week on Maui TV News:
- Maui firefighters prove - once again
- their expertise and dedication in keeping a big fire from becoming
a disastrous fire. Still, there were a few scary moments.
Rain gages in Maui County hovered somewhere between 50 percent
and 0 for the month of May - and so far in June. We've got the
week on Maui TV News:
Choice? Think Local! - The second in our
very popular series focuses on a Wailuku entrepreneur whose passion
is for our soles. After this report, you'll know what to do "If
the Shoe Fits"...and, maybe even more importantly, what to
do if it doesn't fit.
Some 30,000 airline travelers entered to win a trip to Maui. Among
those who did: a couple that got twice the prize. Plus, we catch
up with the most-decorated American Winter Olympian to see what
happens next for him.
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. A new drug is being
hailed by a Maui dermatologist as a potential "miracle drug"
to prolong the lives of late-stage cancer sufferers.
Jobs - UH Maui College will receive nearly $4 Million for rural
development projects that will train more than 500 people on Hawaii's
Neighbor Islands - especially Maui - for a variety of skill sets
ideally suited for the 21st Century.
- Na Koa Ikaika Maui comes home...hot. We've got the whole story.
Call with Paul Janes-Brown takes a look at a powerful documentary
focusing on the almost legendary 442 Combat Infantry Unit. And
they're coming here to see it.
Horses. Concerts. We've got details on it all in Coming Attractions
- on Maui TV News.
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