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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 5, 2006

Local News
 •  Mililani burglary suspect arrested
 •  Hospital cases end tragically
 •  $5.5 million in damages little solace for local family
 •  Limited public data offers mixed picture
 •  Kids call attention to school bullies
 •  Woman, 21, killed with hammer
LEGISLATURE
 •  Lingle pops in for hearings on energy, housing issues
 •  Advocates say welfare raise is long overdue
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Registry missing many sex offenders
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Open-records panel sought
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Remains of frozen airman identified
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Bill would set up special accident-probe team
 •  Terminations leveled out for Hawai'i TSA workers
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Under Honouliuli brush, dark history
BIG ISLAND
 •  3 hurt as raft goes over falls
 •  Lingle, Democrats feud over Ka'u well money
OTHER NEWS
 •  U2 limits ticket sales to 4 per household
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  High surf roles in on north shores
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  Loco moco has humble Hilo roots
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Out-of-state job candidates likely out of luck, written policy or not

Sports
 •  Pearl City wins Division I
 •  Rainbows close in on WAC hoops lead
 •  Aztecs beat 'Bows in series finale, 7-5
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine roll over Spartans, 76-61
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  Kamehameha turns back Saint Louis in OT, 54-49
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
 •  Pac-Five captures Division II softball
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Mililani regains title by beating Kalani, 1-0
 •  Trojans overcome Hurricanes for 5th title in row
 •  Warrior girls beat Buffanblu
GOLF
 •  New format stirs up Skins Game
ISLE FILE
 •  UH-Hilo splits with Kansas
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH makes or breaks on the road

Island Life
 •  Signs of great minds
 •  Gridiron guru gets set for Super Bowl
 •  Ennis, anyone? It's the new hip
MUSIC
 •  Kroon's romantic 'Candlelight' will make you swoon
 •  Who will take music's most coveted Grammy?
TELEVISION
 •  Plot those K-drama sites for S. Korea tours
TRAVEL
 •  The Keys unlock outdoor fun
 •  Paper travelers checks: More people are leaving home without them
 •  Hurricane damage no longer noticeable
 •  Grab your fins and dive, dive, dive
 •  San Remo 'Hooterized' in Las Vegas
 •  Mauna Lani hotel special extended
 •  The African Queen, winged things and Key Largo highlight the Upper Keys
 •  Dolphins, turtles await you along the Middle and Lower Keys
 •  A code of ethics for tourists
 •  9 ways to save chunks of cash in Keys
BOOKS
 •  'Wild' tale of sea-creature land
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
 •  Lit Beat
ART
 •  Iran, through modern lenses
 •  Balcony show reveals art of transformation
 •  Art calendar
'OHANA
 •  Your cat is saying more than just 'meow'
LOVE STORIES
 •  Relationship blossoms from blogging
 •  TGI Sunday
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Kroon's romantic 'Candlelight' will make you swoon

Business
 •  Daieiís sale in the bag
 •  Frustrated consumers find coveted Xbox still scarce
 •  In-store clinics: Nurses on Aisle 5
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Securities investors face ugly IRS surprise

Opinion
 •  Sunshine Law board won't solve problem
 •  Soaring war costs hurt poor and needy
COMMENTARY
 •  In China, Google is now a force for evil
 •  Will we ever learn the truth about 9/11?
 •  Spies like U.S.
 •  Way of life dies with plantation
 •  Our need for oil can be reduced
 •  Five steps to improve schools
 •  Asia, Pacific aren't Bush priorities
 •  Letters to the Editor

Dining Out
 •  COVER STORY
Cabanas menus go beyond the beach
 •  THE INSIDE SCOOP
New bentos offer healthy benefits
 •  BACKPAGE STORY
Hanaki offers solution to potluck problems