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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 19, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Regents approve UH tuition increases
 •  Food on Hawai'i flights linked to illnesses
 •  State's economy expected to remain strong
 •  Chevron Hawaii fined for hazardous waste violations
 •  H-1 eastbound closed near Pearl City
 •  Police Beat: Altered check leads to arrest
 •  Business briefs: Ala Moana Center to get Barnes & Noble
 •  Stocks little changed as investors ponder next move

Local News
 •  City to cap waitlist for rent subsidies
 •  Honolulu sewer plan: 150% rise in fees
 •  Fans fashionably early for 'Sith' premiere
 •  EDUCATION
New school, but old friends
 •  Kamehameha richer by $600M
 •  $1M grant awarded to build 2 preschools
 •  It's party time in Manoa Valley
 •  13 named National Merit Scholars
 •  OUR SCHOOLS KA WAHIONA 'O KA NA'AUAO PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL
Academic excellence, Hawaiian culture is focus
 •  ALL-STAR KID
La Pietra student $5,000 closer to career goal
 •  EDUCATION BRIEFS
Windward group planning classes
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Outstanding officers accept award with humility
 •  No charges filed in Ala Wai stabbings
 •  Suspect allegedly admitted to killing
 •  OTHER NEWS
Protest planned over roundabout
 •  UARC foes say UH balks
 •  Addicts urged not to lose hope
 •  BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
Ramps — but no sidewalks?
 •  Nora Stewart Coleman, 85, former first lady of American Samoa
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Kahuku, Konawaena to meet in semifinals
 •  Honoka'a sinks Lahainaluna, 53-43
 •  Punahou pummels Roosevelt
 •  Division II
St. Francis hopes to challenge for title
 •  Girls Basketball State Championship photo gallery
 •  STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Kamehameha edges 'Aiea, 4-1
 •  Kaua'i rallies to beat Pearl City in 8th, 4-3
 •  Mililani turns back Big Island Warriors
 •  UH BASEBALL
Hawai'i takes its last shot at Rice
 •  GOLF REPORT - AROUND THE GREENS
Ting chooses prize over amateur status
 •  Medalist Watabu helps Kaua'i retain state title
 •  Golf briefs
McLachlin earns $37,500 in match play
 •  Holes in One
 •  ISLE FILE
Quakes' Ching injured
 •  FERD LEWIS
Gentle giant will be missed
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'Star Wars' fans duel over which trilogy really rules
 •  Cheat sheet for the 'Star Wars' clueless
 •  MOVIE REVIEW
'Episode III' wraps up saga with power
 •  STAGE REVIEW
Cultures clash, but with a new twist
 •  ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Classically cello tonight at Atherton Studio
 •  Movie openings
 •  SHOW BIZ
Trias hopes to shoot video in Hawai'i
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

Business
 •  LOCAL BUSINESS
Seawater bottling is booming
 •  Old computers wanted
 •  Judge OKs Hawaiian reorganization plan
 •  FCC homestead ruling favors phone provider
 •  AKAMAI MONEY
You're liable until lease expires
 •  PERSONAL FINANCE
Don't let debit-card data get swiped
 •  More libraries filling shelves with DVDs
 •  THE COLOR OF MONEY
Sometimes it's OK to let your college grad return to the nest
 •  OTHER BUSINESS
Stocks gain again as oil, inflation concerns ease
 •  Toyota, GM lead industry in reliability
 •  Morgan Stanley must pay Perelman $1.4 billion
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
Gas prices again highest in nation
 •  Deposit rates

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
Medical care problem needs total approach
 •  Hawai'i can do its part on global warming
 •  COMMENTARY
Far from Hawai'i and longing for family
 •  Letters to the Editor

Local News
 •  City to cap waitlist for rent subsidies
 •  Honolulu sewer plan: 150% rise in fees
 •  Fans fashionably early for 'Sith' premiere
 •  EDUCATION
New school, but old friends
 •  Kamehameha richer by $600M
 •  OTHER NEWS
Outstanding officers accept award with humility
 •  Protest planned over roundabout