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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 13, 2004

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  2 arrested after gunfire directed at Maui police
 •  $345M approved for Hawai'i military projects in 05
 •  Tengan returns as Saint Louis football coach
 •  Trias to make additional appearance today
 •  Hawai'i Briefs
 •  Inflation fears fuel more stock losses

Local News
 •  Schofield bids aloha to sergeant killed in Iraq
 •  AKI TRIAL
Verdict is no comfort for Kahealani's mom
 •  Jury rules out murder, opts for manslaughter
 •  OTHER TOP STORIES
Waipahu cafeteria tests 'green' design
 •  Council approves traffic ticket plan
 •  Man gets year in jail for assault, dog's death
 •  A JOURNEY WITH HOKULE'A
Hokule'a to remain docked until Sunday
 •  HAWAIIAN CULTURE
Samoan dance full of flash, fire
 •  Aunty Bella's hula legacy not forgotten
 •  OTHER NEWS
Big Island bomb registry proposed
 •  Jellyfish again pose risk of stings
 •  Broken valve limits Kunia water use
 •  Hawaiian groups gather at U.N. forum
 •  Misrouted signal led to HECO power failure
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  EDUCATION
Graduation ceremonies set for 12,150 Island seniors
 •  2,000 will get UH diplomas Sunday
 •  600 at HPU, 400 at BYUH to get degrees
 •  OUR SCHOOLS • CLEARVIEW CHRISTIAN GIRLS SCHOOL
Maui school makes sure girls also excel in math, science
 •  Education briefs
 •  BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
Remodeling debris goes to landfill
 •  OBITUARIES
Dance instructor 'Ruthie' Hirai, 85, helped perpetuate Japanese culture
 •  David Reimer, subject of 'sex reassignment,' dead at 38
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

Sports
 •  NCAA fears crisis with gambling athletes
 •  Seven seniors saying aloha
 •  Olympic qualifier in different boat
 •  HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
Nasca clears several hurdles to excel in track
 •  Punahou girls favored in first state water polo
 •  Choy, Chun share state girls golf lead
 •  GOLF REPORT
Kono sets own path in hopes of achieving success on links
 •  Youngsters invigorate Jennie K. Invitational
 •  Holes in one
 •  Tour money leaders
 •  Golf briefs
 •  Golf notices
 •  ISLE FILE
HPU's Choy Foo All-West in softball
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'AMERICAN IDOL'
Jasmine in final three
 •  'Idol' tour may add stops in Honolulu, Maui
 •  'FRASIER' FINALE
'Frasier' bids a fond adieu
 •  Little-known tidbits about 'Frasier'
 •  Grammer strengthens character, on and off set
 •  FOOD
Mindful approach is pillar of the Okinawa Diet
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Lynn not so hot here
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tryouts Calendar
 •  SHOW BIZ
Segundo busy turning out tunes
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

Business
 •  Agencies outline push for tourism expansion
 •  O'ahu Saturn dealership sold
 •  Medical technology firm may come to Hawai'i
 •  Business briefs
 •  NATION BUSINESS
Trade deficit swells 9% to $46 billion in March
 •  Humvee production keeps workers busy
 •  Partial settlement reached in suit over Enron 401(k)
 •  GE, Vivendi seal $14B deal creating NBC Universal
 •  DaimlerChrysler's Asian goals 'in ruins'
 •  PERSONAL FINANCE
Consider preferred shares' pros, cons
 •  Rules slash pay of live-in caregiver
 •  House OKs rollovers for health savings accounts
 •  If you rent a place to live, look for specifics in the lease
 •  THE COLOR OF MONEY
Sometimes purchasing top-of-the-line product is the smart thing to do

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
'Tougher' academic policy is long overdue
 •  Torture, violence are separate issues
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
Don't veto the hurricane bill