Irish oust No. 1 Vols, will join Ole Miss, OU, Hogs in CWS

No. 1 national seed Tennessee is out of the NCAA baseball tournament. Mississippi, the last team selected, punched its ticket to the College World Series. Sunday produced the biggest surprises of a tournament that went mostly according to form in the regional round. Super regionals have made up for that lack of drama. Notre Dame beat Tennessee 7-3 in the deciding game of their super regional. Ole Miss won 5-0 at Southern Mississippi, Oklahoma beat No. 4 Virginia Tech 11-2 and Arkansas eliminated North Carolina 4-3. Texas A&M clinched its CWS bid Saturday.

Jan. 6 panelists: Enough evidence uncovered to indict Trump

WASHINGTON — Members of the House committee investigating the Capitol riot said Sunday they have uncovered enough evidence for the Justice Department to consider an unprecedented criminal indictment against former President Donald Trump for seeking to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

Police arrest five in shoplifting sting

After conducting an anti-theft operation targeting people shoplifting from a Hilo department store, Hilo Community Policing Section officers arrested five individuals for theft and trespassing on Wednesday.

Group claims Judges for Justice interfering with exoneraton effort

The Hawaii Innocence Project has replied to a motion by a Seattle group seeking to unseal post-conviction DNA testing conducted on a key piece of evidence in the Dana Ireland murder, saying the leader of the group is interfering with HIP’s efforts to exonerate one of the men convicted in the case.

Senate negotiators announce a deal on guns, breaking logjam

WASHINGTON — Senate bargainers on Sunday announced the framework of a bipartisan response to last month’s mass shootings, a noteworthy but limited breakthrough offering modest gun curbs and stepped-up efforts to improve school safety and mental health programs.

Patriot Front leader among those arrested near Idaho Pride

After the arrest of more than two dozen members of a white supremacist group near a northern Idaho pride event, including one identified as its founder, LGBTQ advocates said Sunday that polarization and a fraught political climate are putting their community increasingly at risk.

Brazil police: Items owned by missing men found in Amazon

ATALAIA DO NORTE, Brazil — Search teams found a backpack, laptop and other personal items that belonged to Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira and freelance British journalist Dom Phillips, who went missing in a remote area of Brazil’s Amazon a week ago, Federal Police said Sunday night.

Obituaries for June 13

Eiko Amy Tsuzaki Adam, 89, of Kurtistown, formerly of Nevada City, Calif., died May 28 at Yukio Okutsu State Veterans Home in Hilo. Born in Mountain View, she was a leader in the Kentucky Flat 4-H Club, gardener, rockhound and member of the Nevada County Gem and Mineral Society, Rose Club, made feather lei and weaved lauhala. Graveside urn committal service for her and her husband, Billy G. Adam, at noon Wednesday, July 27, at Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2 pavilion. Casual attire; no koden (monetary gifts). Survived by son, Russell (Kim Smith) Adam of San Jose, Calif.; daughters, Robin Adam and Valerie (Jim) Peters of Kurtistown; brothers, Hiroshi (Patricia) Tsuzaki of Honolulu and Stephen (Lucille) Tsuzaki of Kahului, Maui; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary.