September 8-15, 2002 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News Now, Local Programming

September 8-15, 2002


  • September 16, 2002

    Ashley Lelie Makes First NFL Catch

    Former University of Hawaii football star Ashley Lelie caught his first NFL pass Sunday. The first round draft pick pulled in an eleven-yard pass from Brian Griese as their Denver Broncos downed the San Francisco 49ers 24-14. More >>
  • Wahine Sweep Cal Poly

    The University of Hawaii women's volleyball team remained undefeated tonight, beating Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo 30-28, 30-27, 30-26. Kim Willoughby led the fourth-ranked Rainbow Wahine with 21 kills and 13 digs. More >>
  • September 12, 2002

    Gustin Out Indefinitely

    (Honolulu-AP) -- Hawaii volleyball coach Dave Shoji says middle hitter Maja Gustin will be out indefinitely due to a stress fracture in her left foot. The junior has missed the last three matches afterMore >>
  • September 12, 2002

    Riley Wallace Released From Nevada Hospital

    (Honolulu-AP) -- University of Hawaii officials say basketball coach Riley Wallace was released from a Las Vegas hospital today. Wallace had surgery last Friday to relieve pressure on his brain causedMore >>
  • September 12, 2002

    Two Years And 5,286 Miles Later, Brewster Is A Warrior

    The Warrior football team got back on the practice field today. It was the team's first practice since the BYU game last Friday. But for one Warrior player five days off is nothing. More >>
  • September 11, 2002

    Pro Football Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas Dies

    Pro Football Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas has died of a heart attack at age 69, according to a Baltimore Ravens spokesman. Many consider Unitas to be the greatest quarterback in NFL history. More >>
  • September 9, 2002

    Wallace Expected To Be Released From Hospital On Wednesday

    (Honolulu-AP) -- University of Hawaii basketball coach Riley Wallace is expected to be released from a Las Vegas hospital on Wednesday. The 60-year-old Wallace remains in the intensive care unit at More >>
  • September 9, 2002

    Willoughby Named Conference Player Of The Week

    Hawaii left side hitter Kim Willoughby has been named the Western Athletic Conference women's volleyball player of the week. The junior from Louisiana had 73 kills over the last three matches, including 38 kills against Washington on Saturday. More >>
  • September 9, 2002

    Warriors Back To Work

    It's back to work for the Warrior football team. The guys in green lost a tight one last Friday up at BYU 35-32 but according to head coach June Jones...he's not ready to pack it in just yet. More >>
  • September 7, 2002

    Wahine Cruise Past San Diego State

    The University of Hawaii women's volleyball team defeated San Diego State 30-10, 30-11, 30-23 last night as the Wahine Challenge continued at the Stan Sheriff Center. More >>
  • September 6, 2002

    Hawaii Drops Close One To BYU

    The University of Hawaii Warrior football dropped a close game to BYU in Provo, Utah. Hawaii controlled most of the first half but couldn't hold off the strong rushing attack of BYU's Marcus Whalen. BYU proved to be a little too much in the 35-32 win. More >>
  • September 6, 2002

    Riley Wallace Recovering After Brain Surgery In Vegas

    (Las Vegas-AP) -- University of Hawaii men's basketball coach Riley Wallace was in fair condition today at a Las Vegas hospital after undergoing brain surgery. A University Medical Center spokesman saysMore >>
  • September 6, 2002

    Willoughby Leads Wahine To Sweep Of San Francisco

    Kim Willoughby had 20 kills and four blocks to lead fourth-ranked Hawaii over San Francisco last night in the Wahine Volleyball Challenge. Hawaii improves to 4-0 by defeating San Francisco 30-15, 30-20, 30-16. More >>
Powered by Frankly
All content © Copyright 2001 - 2018 Raycom Media. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.
FCC Public File
Phone: 808-847-9371
Closed Captioning