Google tests technology to help Utah athletes with blindness exercise unassisted

On April 9, six runners who are legally blind, along with seven volunteers to help them, tested new technology in Sugarhouse Park that could one day allow runners with blindness and low vision to run independently. (Matt Conley) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Utah athletes living with blindness regularly put their … Read more

Hamilton Science Olympiad team wins state title for fourth year in a row | Local News

The Hamilton High School Science Olympiad team earned the state champion title for the fourth year in a row at the annual tournament held at Montana State University in Bozeman on Friday, April 15th. In Montana, the Science Olympiad is one of the largest science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) competitions. Each year hundreds of … Read more

Tinker’s walk-off home run lifts Boone over Science Hill | Sports

Slader Tinker hit a walk-off home run in the eighth inning as Daniel Boone took a 3-2 victory over defending state champion Science Hill in the Big 5 Conference baseball action Thursday night. Tinker went 3 for 4, while Graham Jones scored Boone’s other two runs. Brayden Blankenship gave up just two hits over six … Read more

Roseville Police Turn To New Technology To Keep Streets Safe – CBS Sacramento

Newsom Unveils Plans To Prepare For Increasing California HeatSacramento heat hit triple digits 28 times last year, and five of those days were record highs. 7 minutes ago CBS13 PM News Update – 4/28/22The latest headlines. 20 minutes ago PG&E Sees Soaring ProfitsPacific Gas and Electric’s first quarter earnings for 2022 tripled last year, leaving … Read more

Science Hill tennis defeats Dobyns-Bennett to set up championship showdown | Sports

KINGSPORT – Science Hill took care of an old rival on the tennis courts Wednesday before heading into a championship match. The Hilltoppers swept Dobyns-Bennett 9-0 in matches for both the boys and girls. The victories set up a District 1-AA championship showdown with Tennessee High on Thursday, hosted by Science Hill at the Pete … Read more

Pickleball translates into big business with tournaments, investments

Two men play pickleball. Seth McConnell | Denver Post | Getty Images About eight years ago, when brothers Rob Barnes, then 19, and Mike Barnes, then 21, founded a pickleball paddle-maker, they encountered a lot of skeptical glances. “We mentioned the word ‘pickleball’ – people would say, ‘What is that?’ “No one knew about the … Read more

Roundup: Science Hill baseball racks up eighth straight win | Sports

Science Hill overwhelmed the Hardin Valley on Saturday. Jake Bedard had the noisy aluminum, totaling three hits – including a double and triple – and driving in three runs as the Hilltoppers broke open a close game in the fourth inning before adding a six spot in the fifth to close out a 13-3 baseball … Read more

Two Stockdale High students headed to Atlanta for international science competition | News

Harjaisal Brar and Alor Sahoo weren’t trying to win prize money with their science projects, they were trying to make a difference. However, now they might be able to do both. The two Stockdale High students, a sophomore and a senior, respectively, accomplished a feat that demonstrates months of hard work and research. Brar, who … Read more

Penske Entertainment announces next phase of transformational sustainability initiatives | Sports

INDIANAPOLIS – Penske Entertainment announced a robust and innovative lineup of environmental impact initiatives this afternoon, aiming to dramatically reduce the carbon footprint for this year’s Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge and significantly boost sustainability efforts within the sport of INDYCAR. These steps are the latest and most comprehensive elements of a long-term strategy for … Read more

Lawmakers seek review of U of M’s 2020 decision to cut sports

Lawmakers discuss U of M sports commission Despite a lack of authority over its athletic departments, state lawmakers are asking the University of Minnesota leadership to consider reinstating programs such as men’s gymnastics that have been cut in recent years due to lack of attendance during the pandemic. ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – University … Read more