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Jon Viloria

Jon Viloria is the Field Production Director at MAUIWatch. Jon works in collaboration with staff writers and editors to create finished video productions. He also manages all location and studio videotaping, audio recording and processing, video editing, and the compositing of special video effects on a variety of media platforms. Jon is also owner of Maui based video company- Digital Audio Vision.

Afraid Of Your Pumpkin Melting?

In Hawaii your lucky to have your carved pumpkin to last a few days till Halloween. But many have suggested different ways to avoid the melting death of Hawaii’s humid weather like we had these past few months. Tips on the Internet like rubbing on all cut exposed surfaces with vaseline, it’s failing to seal it to help hold in …

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Maui’s Ghost Legend “The White Lady”

Ghost stories are everywhere. They are in Russia, South America, Europe-all over. Maui is no exception. Have you heard any stories of the infamous “White Lady”? A re-created Photoshop picture (shown here) of Hawaii’s legend haunting our local region for years and is still being seen around as early as last month. She has been seen on our popular roadways …

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Last Night Was So Cool In Maui County

Last night was our coolest night after one of the most longest humid weather conditions we’ve seen reaching at a low of 70 degrees in the lower central area of the Maui County. National Weather Service calls for cooler nights with temperatures to reach close to 70 degrees in Kahului and around 50 degrees in the Kula area. MAUIWatch’s temperature …

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Meet Disney’s Hawaiian Princess From Mililani, Oahu

Like many little girls, Auli’i Cravalho of Oahu wanted to be a Disney princess. “From baby time to now, I wanted to be a Disney princess and then I wanted to be a singer or an actress,” the 14-year-old recalls. But when Disney Animation began searching for a girl to voice the lead in its next princess movie Moana– about …

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Filipino Cuisine here on Maui!

With the Philippines most popular food chain soon to open here on Maui, here is the tale behind the history of the most anticipated restaurant called “Max’s Restaurants”. After World War II, Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford-educated teacher, befriended American troops stationed at Quezon City, Philippines. A few of the soldiers would come to his house for a drink or two. …

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Maui Fair with a Flair will leave your stomach with no room to Spare!

Are you excited that it is time for Maui’s annual event of the year or are you just hungry for the fair? Here is the list of food at the 2015 Maui Fair! Please support all of these great Maui organizations: – ST. ANTHONY JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL Corn on the Cob / Frozen Yogurt CENTRAL MAUI BACKERS Ice Cream / …

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MAUI FAIR RETURNS WITH MORE THAN JUST ANOTHER YEAR

Changes for 2015 we will see a new entertainment venue shown here, along with the placement of the EK Fernandez rides to return in the middle of the fairgrounds once again at the largest event on Maui held for four days of FUN, FOOD, FRIENDS & FAMILY at the 93rd MAUI FAIR – A Fair With a Local Flair. This …

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HISTORIC 3 HURRICANES AT CATEGORY 4 ALL AT THE SAME TIME!

A very rare meteorological event occurred Saturday evening into early Sunday morning when three Category 4 hurricanes were ongoing simultaneously in the Pacific Ocean. At 11 p.m. 8/29/2015 EDT Saturday, Huricane Kilo (135 mph) was located well southwest of the Hawaiian Islands followed by Hurricane Ignacio (140 mph) to the east of Hawaii and Hurricane Jimena (140 mph) in the …

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Press Conference Q/A: More than 50 shell casings recovered

Police recovered more than 50 shell casings from the scene of Wednesday nights fatal shooting at Keopuolani Park. Nine of the casing were from bullets fired by the suspect. Capt. David Silva said that the 39-year old man who died at the scene was shot about 11 times after firing at officers with a 9mm handgun. Watch the unedited Press …

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Should Hawaii worry about a Hurricane?

Recent article from the weather.com has said that virtually every system approaching Hawaii from the east since 1950 tracking at least as far north as the latitude of the Big Island of Hawaii eventually weakened to a tropical storm or depression by the time it reached the islands. Last August, Iselle became only the second tropical storm to landfall on …

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