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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 13, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  2 dead, 3 critically injured in three O'ahu crashes
 •  Diver rescued off Haleiwa
 •  Kahuku boys capture first state track and field title
 •  Punahou girls take third straight state track and field title
 •  Nevada shuts out UH for WAC softball tourney title
 •  USC beats UH in NCAA water polo semifinals
 •  BYUH wins NCAA II women's tennis championship
 •  Kamehameha wins state girls water polo title
 •  Punahou's Lim, St. Francis' Gora win state tennis titles
 •  Boise State, Louisiana Tech win WAC track titles
 •  Near ideal weather forecast today
 •  Thousands celebrating at Filipino Fiesta

Local News
 •  Wire thieves put out freeway lights
 •  Schofield soldier dies in training
 •  Akaka bill may be debated in June
 •  Online service takes hassle out of some city permits
 •  EPA grants to help find pollution
LEGISLATURE
 •  State launches new path in energy
EDUCATION
 •  Three members of family to graduate from WCC
POLICE BEAT
 •  Man stabbed near Waikiki nightclub
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Strong winds hamper building of wind farm
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Roosevelt knocks off Kalaheo for OIA title
 •  Kalani holds on to claim OIA White title
 •  Warriors win ILH baseball title, 13-9
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine reach title round
UH SPORTS
 •  Rainbow Wahine advance to semifinals
 •  Sheppard high jumps to WAC crown
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD
 •  Baldwin's Lusk has big first day at state track
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kamehameha, Kahuku advance to title game
BASEBALL
 •  Hamels, Victorino lift Phillies, 8-4
TENNIS
 •  Lim, Gora advance to finals in singles
ISLE FILE
 •  HPU, UH-Hilo ousted in NCAA D-II softball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Go for it, mom!
 •  Today, just for Mom, meet the need for bone marrow donors
 •  Postal carriers set to pick up, deliver donations to food bank
 •  Honolulu Rose Society sale just in time for Mother's Day
 •  Pets, their admirers welcome at Hawaii Pet Expo at Blaisdell
 •  Pride 4 Ewa aims to satisfy your food, fun cravings
 •  Catch 'Life' for free at art academy
THEATER
 •  ACT revives old-school 'Yankee' charm
FAITH
 •  'Da Vinci' boycott debated
 •  Impact of film pondered
 •  Japanese pilgrims span 900 miles
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  Learning in Uganda about hope
FAITH BRIEFS
 •  Buddhist group holds Gathering
OTHER FEATURES
 •  Fire dancers will compete for world title
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

Business
 •  Television via phone on O'ahu a step closer
 •  Cost of everything going up
 •  Luxury vacation rentals booming, legally or not
CONSUMER
 •  'Shopping party' sales expand
 •  Original Hummer done for after '06
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Cost of China's chopsticks soars
 •  Food banks benefit from bird-flu fears
 •  Closing arguments critical in Enron case
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Three join state tourism board

Opinion
 •  Pitch in to end hunger in postal food drive
COMMENTARY
 •  Can't we call a truce in the mommy wars?
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  ACT revives old-school 'Yankee' charm
 •  TGI Saturday