#Maui wildfire

Six months have passed since the deadly Maui wildfires; Gov. Green provides update

Gov. Josh Green, M.D., and Maui County Mayor Richard Bissen join SBA Administrator Isabel Casillas Guzman, FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell, and other government agencies highlighted progress made over the past six months, current efforts, and the path forward for Maui’s recovery.

Hawai‘i Island lawmakers talk priorities ahead of the 2024 State Legislative session

The recovery of Maui following the devastating wildfires last August will be the focus of the Hawai‘i State Legislature’s 2024 session, however, Hawai‘i Island lawmakers are committed to ensuring that Big Island’s needs don’t get lost in the shuffle.

Some residents return to their Lāhainā homes during first day of supported reentry to devastated area following Aug. 8 wildfire

Residents in all but one of the affected homes in Zone 1C of the Maui Wildfire Disaster Area applied for and received vehicle passes to return to their properties Monday on Kaniau Road in Lahaina.

Maui wildfires update: 48 victims ID’d in deadly Lāhainā blaze

While 100% of the land search has been completed, the FBI continues to search nearshore waters for personal effects and potential remains.

Maui officials plead for public’s help to ID the dead, find the reported missing from the Lāhainā fire

Two weeks after the fast moving fire burned down much of Lahaina, the death toll is at 115; the remains that have been identified is at 43; and the number of “unaccounted for” is between 1,000 and 1,100, according to officials.

Hawaiʻi Gov. Josh Green provides Maui Wildfire update, death toll rises to 96

Video message from Hawaiʻi Gov. Josh Green on Aug. 13, 2023

United Public Workers launches wildfire relief effort to support Maui families

United Public Workers AFSCME, Local 646, AFL-CIO has launched a Wildfire Relief Effort to gather essential supplies for Maui families impacted by wildfires.

Maui firefighters battling multiple blazes, including on Front Street in Lahaina

Firefighters on Maui have been battling wildfires and structure fires on Tuesday in Upcountry and Lahaina areas, including on the main tourist drag of Front Street. The fires are not contained, fueled by high winds and dry air as a result of Hurricane Dora.