BIIF players named to ScoringLive All-Hawaii softball lists
Nine BIIF softball players were named to ScoringLive’s DII All-Hawaii lists, as announced this past weekend.
Ironman 70.3 results
Kamehameha Schools grad wins surprise scholarship
A Kamehameha Schools Hawaii senior was surprised Monday with a $10,000 scholarship to pursue a degree in astrophysics at Yale University.
Trial set in Salvation Army shooting
Trial has been set in the case of a 29-year-old Kawaihae man accused of the nonfatal shooting of another man May 16 at the Honokaa Salvation Army campus.
Manga exhibit opens Wednesday at Hawaii Japanese Center
The Hawaii Japanese Center in Hilo is preparing its special gallery for a Japan Foundation exhibition featuring the art of Japanese comics, or manga.
Man calls police for assistance after allegedly evading them
A Mountain View man who was charged with a litany of offenses after allegedly evading Kona police in a stolen car and then calling them to request being rescued has several court dates facing him.
Announcements for Sunday, June 4, 2023
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program application period starts June 1 for electric customers in need
Not a shot in the dark
Indiscriminate violence is unacceptable whether the perpetrator is insane, a police officer, a soldier, or anyone else. Shootings of innocents by deranged individuals have become common in the news. It is hard to know how much worse it has become compared to the past. The parameters keep changing and the statistics are usually about three years behind. How many victims do there have to be to make it a mass shooting? One is too many.
Volcano Watch: Volcano monitoring from space: InSAR time series success in Alaska
In a recent “Volcano Watch” article, we learned about a remote sensing technique known as InSAR. This method of using satellite radar signals to detect changes to the surface of the Earth has been very beneficial for the monitoring of active volcanoes, especially in remote locations where it is difficult to install ground-based geophysical sensors. One such place where InSAR recently proved instrumental in detecting deformation of a volcano previously considered inactive was in Southeast Alaska.
Announcements for Saturday, June 3, 2023
The Hawaii Fire Department Ocean Safety Division announces the Junior Lifeguard Program for West Hawaii, Summer of 2023.
New AI reef conservation tool monitors, measures from space
A new coral reef conservation tool has been developed by University of Hawai‘i at Manoa researchers using cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technology. By developing novel deep learning algorithms, coral ecologists in the UH Manoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) are now able to identify and measure reef halos from space. The study was published recently in Remote Sensing of Environment.
Runnin’ with Rani: Kona Crush U10 Team Seals Victory at Oahu’s Memorial Day Cup
WAIPAHU, OAHU — The three-day Hawaii Youth Soccer Association (HYSA) Memorial Day Cup did not disappoint as youth soccer teams from Kauai, Maui, Oahu and the Big Island converged at the Waipio Soccer Complex on Oahu for the exciting tournament.
All-BIIF water polo accolades announced
This year’s BIIF water polo season was defined by a back-and-forth rivalry between two powerhouse teams — Kamehameha Schools – Hawaii and Hawaii Preparatory Academy.
Announcements for Friday, June 2, 2023
Thelma Parker Memorial Public Library Saturday Community Art class registration begins June 1
Man identified in fatal Kailua bicycle crash
Police have identified the elderly Kailua-Kona man who died following a single bicycle crash on Sunday, May 21, 2023, on Hinalani Street in North Kona, as 82-year-old Stuart S. Dunn.
Hokule‘a to embark on four-year Pacific voyage from Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska — Hokule‘a, the voyaging canoe that revived the lost art of Polynesian voyaging and navigation and helped spark a cultural renaissance in Hawaii, is preparing to embark on a four-year circumnavigation of the Pacific.
All-BIIF judo recognitions announced
The Spring 2023 high school judo season saw intense competition between BIIF teams, followed by a number of BIIF athletes reaching statewide success.
Mountain west announces 2023 football national television package
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Mountain West announced its 47-game national television package Wednesday for the 2023 football season.
Announcements for Thursday, June 1, 2023
Waimea Town Meeting set for tonight