Prior to Wednesday evening’s Remember My Name Candlelight Vigil at Ka’ahumanu Church in Wailuku, participants wave signs along High Street. “We help others who are aware of domestic violence situations to be courageous enough to help victims out of these situations,” said event co-organizer Michele Navarro Ishiki. “And to do it without judgment.” Participants at the vigil, including Maui County Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu (second photo) and county Prosecuting Attorney Don Guzman, read the names of more than 140 domestic violence victims killed in Hawaii since records started begin kept in 1996, co-organizer Mahina Martin said.
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KELSEY KAWANO – To replace Cardoza
Isaiah Richards and the Baldwin football team take on Kamehameha Maui tonight at War Memorial Stadium. The Maui News photo
Kurt Suzuki said that when he signed with the Nationals last offseason “my goal was to sign with a team that had the opportunity to win the World Series and, I mean, it couldn’t have happened more at the right moment.”
Baldwin High School graduate Kurt Suzuki will be playing in the World Series for the first time in his 13-year major league career as the Washington Nationals take on either the Houston Astros or New York Yankees in the Fall Classic beginning Tuesday. AP photos
Molokai’s Haliaka Lima English defends a shot by Paman-Manrique.
Signs in the stands pay tribute to Hana’s Jredyn Kaina.
Molokai’s Sadie Aiana attempts a shot against Hana’s Atasha Paman-Manrique (right) and Pristine Perry on Thursday.
Pristine Perry of Hana High School sets during the second set of the Dragons’ win over Molokai in an MIL Division II tournament semifinal Thursday. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos
Second Circuit Judge Peter Cahill holds a shovel similar to one that victim Christopher Kunzelman said was used to hit him on the back of his head during an attack at his house in Kahakuloa Village in 2014. The Maui News / LILA FUJIMOTO photos
Kaulana Alo Kaonohi appears with his attorney, Matthew Nardi, for his sentencing Thursday in 2nd Circuit Court.
A wildfire blackened 4,100 acres from Maalaea, over the pali to Papalaua earlier this month. The Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization identified Maalaea as one of the high risk areas on Maui for wildfires. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo