Maui News: Sources and Feeds

Maui News: Sources and Feeds

Maui offers a variety of ways to keep abreast of Maui news, including newspapers, TV, radio, social media and websites. Below is a list of resources and summaries of what they have to offer.  

Maui News

Maui News

Hawaii has multiple newspapers that are available online and some are even distributed via postal service. The publications cover news across the Hawaiian Islands, with the Maui News newspaper being rated as one of the most comprehensive sources for news and events in Maui. The first Maui News edition was printed on February 17, 1900, with daily publications, except Saturdays. To date, it reports on statewide news with a focus on local upcoming events, job listings, lifestyle, classifieds, sports news, and area updates. For the most current news and sports information, the Maui News publishes 7 days a week, is one of the most popular media choices for both residents and travelers, and is available online as well as mail delivery.

Maui Time

If you’re in search of a news source that delivers information pertaining to Maui entertainment, culture, arts, dining and events, check out the Maui Time website, which was established in 1997. A quick subscription will send you an email of all the interesting happenings in Maui. This is also available islandwide in print at many different coffee shops and restaurants.

  • by The Editors at Andrews McMeel
    COMPELLING EXPLANATION In Bainbridge Township, Ohio, a 60-year-old man called police on Oct. 22 after firing two warning shots into his backyard, WOIO reported. The unnamed man told officers he was trying to scare an animal away, but when asked if it might have been a bear, he said, “It ain’t no… bear because it […]
  • by Jen Russo
    NEW MOVIES  BLACK CHRISTMAS (2019) PG-13-Horror, Suspense/Thriller- Its Christmas Break and shit is going sideways at the sorority house when a cloaked killer terrorizes the sisters. 92 min GORILLAZ: REJECT FALSE ICONS-NR-Concert- What we finally get to see the humans behind the Gorillaz? Don’t hold your breath. This is a concert video with some rare […]
  • by EhBrah
    Illustration by Ron Pitts It sure took the aloha spirit out of my sails when I came out from a hike at the Bamboo Forest to see my side window smashed in. Seeing as I drive an Outback you knew I wasn’t a tourist, and the car seat in the back showed me to be […]
  • by The Editors at Andrews McMeel
    CURIOUS TRADITION Animal Help Now, a group that assists in “animal emergencies,” has gathered almost 160,000 signatures on a petition to repeal legislation allowing “Possum Drops” in North Carolina. In a number of communities in the state, the custom of putting an opossum in a transparent box, suspending it in the air and then slowly […]
  • by Suzanne Kayian
    Image courtesy Boys and Girls Clubs of Maui The Boys and Girls Clubs of Maui hosted its fifth annual Little Chef Big Chef gala at the Fairmont Kea Lani on Nov. 15. Seven BGCM “Little Chef” teams under the direction of “Big Chefs” from Maui’s top restaurants competed against each other with their signature pupu […]

Maui Now

At, you can find up-to-the-minute details on current news, events, traffic, weather, dining, business, sports, and more. The website is entirely focused on providing present coverage directly related to Maui. They even send out text alerts for individuals who wanted to stay ‘in the know. You can also find snorkel and surf conditions as well.

  • by 'A'Ali'Ikumaka Dukelow
    Maui Obituary Notices: Week of Dec. 15. May they Rest In Peace. Brought to you in part by Ballard Family Mortuaries.
  • by 'A'Ali'Ikumaka Dukelow
    Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff.
  • by 'A'Ali'Ikumaka Dukelow
    Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff.
  • by 'A'Ali'Ikumaka Dukelow
    The bus will join the rural shuttle fleet, transporting residents to and from the East and West ends of the island into Kaunakakai Town.
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    There are no active watches, warnings or advisories Our weather team will bring you any urgent weather alerts or updates as they occur. Check our breaking news section for the latest. West Side Today: Isolated showers between 7am and 1pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 86. East wind 5 to 9 mph. Chance of… […]

Maui also has a great resource for news on the county’s own website. The website has a large cross-section of important news for locals and visitors alike. It’s a great way to keep up with what the county is doing and how the projects affect locals and visitors alike.

Hawaii News Now

Comprised of K5, KHNL (NBC) and KGMB (CBS), Hawaii News Now (HNN) is the largest media organization and TV broadcasting network in all of Hawaii. It is a reliable resource for news, traffic, weather, sports, and events that are available on the website, social media, and phone apps.

Lahaina News

The Lahaina News is also a great source for information about what’s happening in Lahaina Town specifically. Here you would find more local-specific news related to schools, roads, utilities, and goings on in Lahaina.


Maui has quite a few radio stations to tune into your favorite music, where you can enjoy different genres of music including rock, country, pop, and Hawaiian music. However, if you want to tune into a station that provides the true sound of Maui as well as local news and area happenings, it would be 93.5 – KPOA. 


Akaku is a community-based media source that gives a voice to the Maui and Molokai residents with options to produce recordings as well as gain access to Maui Community Media TV channels. Whether you’re looking for local news, classes, and events or record your own video, Akaku is a valuable resource.

Maui News Summary

There is a wide selection of Maui media resources. Whether you are searching for dining options, a schedule of activities, real-time news and weather, or want to browse jobs or real estate, these sources will help you find what you’re looking for before, during, and after your visit to Maui.

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