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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 9, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Rainbow Warriors ousted from WAC tournament, 58-57
 •  Auto dealer to pay largest storm water settlement in U.S. history
 •  UH softball, state amateur golf washed out
 •  Ko'olauloa Neighborhood meeting rescheduled
 •  State conducting weather damage assessment
 •  Pro Bowl to be played on Saturday in 2007
 •  Flash flood watch to last until Friday night
 •  Salvation Army sets up mobile emergency unit
 •  Civil Defense sets up emergency shelter
 •  Waters force road closures on O'ahu
 •  Weather could force North Shore evacuations
 •  Police Beat: Man allegedly wielding knives arrested
 •  U.S. stocks lower as trade gap widens
 •  Ko'olauloa Neighborhood board meeting canceled

Local News
 •  Cemetery operator 'misused' millions
 •  Air ambulance crash kills three on Maui
 •  Workers weighing 'hybrid' pension
 •  Plenty to do at Keiki Zoo
 •  Missile test off Kaua'i a success
 •  Local U2 concert postponed
 •  Police arrest 10 in Campbell High fight
LEGISLATURE
 •  House, Senate move bills for ceded lands deal
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Makua controlled burn called off
HIGHER EDUCATION
 •  It's time again to say thanks
EDUCATION
 •  Cultural transition takes work
 •  At Wahiawa school, no one is left behind
 •  Beat test anxiety
COURTS
 •  Federal contractor receives 12-day sentence in fraud case
 •  Murderer gets life term despite wish to swap plea
POLICE
 •  Police arrest 3 teens in Halawa in spree of Honda vehicle thefts
POLICE BEAT
 •  1972 murder case remains unsolved
WEATHER
 •  More rain prompts another flood alert
OTHER NEWS
 •  Design a phone book cover, win bucks
 •  Parents leading push to rescue Boy Choir
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  UH ethnobotanist cited for studies
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Waterfalls flooding highway
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Rainbow Wahine down and out after 72-63 loss
 •  UH hopes luck, attitude go long way
 •  Wie an honorary member at Waialae
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  UCLA's Scates, the coach you love to hate
UH BASEBALL
 •  Father's advice helps Frash excel at plate
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Inspired Rainbow Wahine win, 14-0
GOLF REPORT
 •  Windward courses hit hard by recent storm
 •  State amateur tees off at Pearl CC
 •  Holes in one
ISLE FILE
 •  Tacon out at Punahou
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Too busy cashing in on Bonds?

Island Life
 •  Flex and flexibility
 •  Powerful acting illuminates monstrous subject in 'Frozen'
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
SHAPE UP
 •  Keep a log of nutrient intake daily
PRESCRIPTIONS
 •  Hair analysis isn't a reliable test for toxic exposures
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Film, supper at art academy
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
SHOW BIZ
 •  'Cats' actor lands 'Birdie' role in Washington

Business
 •  Affordable condos planned in Waipahu
 •  Management mum on Lana'i spa
 •  Ex-Enron executive says Lay was lying
TOURISM
 •  Union putting pressure on Hilton, Starwood
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Apple introduces 'Multi-Pass'
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Failure to file tax returns unwise
 •  In marriage, money matters a lot
TAXES
 •  Take closer look at tax changes
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Gasoline cap rising 12 cents

Opinion
 •  Keep dialogue open on Turtle Bay plan
 •  Rainstorm no excuse for beach sewage spill
COMMENTARY
 •  Bishop Museum will open magnet school
 •  Sorry to say, that apology is misplaced
 •  Letters to the Editor