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Lingle Talks Tourism; Officers Cleared in Taser Incident; Shark and Tracking Device Missing
U.S. Senate candidate Linda Lingle told the Maui Chamber of Commerce yesterday Congress needs to be educated about the importance of tourism. She said 10% of the nation’s economy and 14 million jobs depend on the visitor industry. Ron Youngblood has that story and more from The Maui News.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of four Maui police officers accused of violating a woman’s constitutional rights. The woman was tasered. The county must still defend itself in a lawsuit filed by the woman.
A Florida researcher says a satellite tracking tag put on a female tiger shark at Maalaea is somewhere in Haiku. Professor Neil Hammerschlag said the buoy-like tag has important information about the shark’s movements.