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Articles for April 1, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH-Hilo softball falls in semifinals of tournament
 •  UH tops San Jose State, 9-2, in softball
 •  Mets win, spoil Cardinals' opening-day celebration
 •  Bring it on! Bonds ready for season, homers twice
 •  NFL reportedly set to cancel China Bowl
 •  Heat's Wade says he'll return to practice tomorrow
 •  Suns burn Mavericks in battle of NBA's best
 •  Swimmer Thorpe confident he'll be cleared
 •  Sports tomorrow: OIA baseball
 •  Sports today: UH baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: NCAA hoops title game, baseball
 •  On the air today: Mets-Cardinals open baseball season
 •  World Series champ St. Louis opens season vs. Mets
 •  Tsunami advisory for Hawai'i canceled
 •  Ex-UH pitching great Tatsuno in college Hall of Fame
 •  Trump wins 'hair match' vs. McMahon at Wrestlemania
 •  Schneider, Hernandez lift UH past San Jose State, 6-0
 •  Motorcyclist killed in wreck on North Shore named
 •  Search called off for missing hiker in Makaha
 •  Bicyclist injured on California Ave. in Wahiawa
 •  Car fire reported on Ala Akau St. in Makaha
 •  Brush fire burns 50 acres near Wainiha on Kaua'i
 •  Brush fire reported in Lualualei
 •  Rainbow Wahine beat San Jose State in softball, 9-2
 •  Fire department promotions announced
 •  Stabbing reported near Hard Rock Cafe
 •  Man cited in Kaua'i brushfire
 •  Kaua'i utility cooperative will buy biomass energy
 •  Two men charged in Hale'iwa drug case
 •  Kaua'i 5-year plan focuses on recycling, waste-to-energy
 •  Kane'ohe man drove truck at moped riders, police say
 •  Kalihi man fired pistol in street, police say
 •  Police seize weapons in Wai'anae
 •  Kaka'ako woman says estranged spouse attacked her
 •  McLachlin finishes with 2-under 70, earns $13,326
 •  Pressel, 18, becomes youngest to win LPGA major
 •  Phelps wins 7th gold medal with 5th world record
 •  Lawler KO's Trigg in 4th round in mixed martial arts
 •  Expanded Kaua'i bus service starts Monday
 •  5 quakes around Pacific Ocean recorded yesterday
 •  Mexican man held in Big Isle sexual assault
 •  Kaua'i community's help sought in finding missing girl
 •  Another frozen night atop Mauna Kea
 •  Oregon lawmakers fined for accepting Hawai'i freebies
 •  Kaua'i elderly-services plan open for public comment
 •  Richelle Nakata named Cherry Blossom Festival queen
 •  Mostly sunny skies through Tuesday, forecasters say
 •  Town-bound H-3 Freeway closed until 7 a.m. today
 •  Search launched for missing hiker in Makaha
 •  Serb teen beats Federer conqueror to win tennis title

Local News
 •  Parking crunch in the Kaka'ako area
 •  Cost to save farmland: $300 million dollars
 •  147 new warning sirens needed
 •  Makiki high-rise blaze guts unit Photo gallery
 •  Rider killed in Hale'iwa crash
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Coastal security zone list may grow
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Legislature 2007 update
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Mayor fires back at governor
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Night life at new Science Cafe: socializing, and stars
 •  Kaho'olawe observers see the most whales
BIG ISLAND
 •  Science, culture intertwine at 'Imiloa astronomy center
KAUA'I
 •  Isle student helps team place second in contest
OTHER NEWS
 •  Good Friday
 •  Bills to aid ag preservation move ahead in Legislature
 •  WW II airman to be buried in Indiana
 •  Flying high on kid-friendly fun
 •  How they voted
OBITUARIES
 •  Chase Nielsen, airman on 1942 Doolittle Raid
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Kona memories yield book phenomenon

Sports
 •  UH quarterbacks linked even on links
 •  Supporting cast lifts Ohio State over Georgetown, 67-60 Photo gallery
 •  Defending champion Florida ousts UCLA in postseason again, 76-66 Photo gallery
 •  San Jose State beats Hawai'i in baseball, 2-1 Photo gallery
UH SPORTS
 •  Hawai'i keeps afloat hopes for NCAA berth Photo gallery
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  Kalani rolls past Kahuku, 68-51
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
 •  'Aiea, Castillo sparkle in win
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Osorio, Walker best of the boys
 •  Clague retires after winning 16 state titles
BASEBALL
 •  New season for new dad Victorino
ISLE FILE
 •  Titcomb helps UH gain softball split with San Jose
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Be on your guard for foolishness

Island Life
 •  Toxic torment
 •  As texting catches on, expect it to hurt
 •  Wisdom of Alfred E. Neuman lives on DVD-ROM
PARENTING
 •  Novels alive with ghosts of history
TELEVISION
 •  Speaking in Korean means using honorifics at times
 •  Juicy details on 'Grey's' spinoff
 •  Henry VIII and company get sexed up for 'The Tudors'
PETS
 •  Animal Companions
BOOKS
 •  Lit Beat
 •  What I'm reading
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
 •  A kids' look at lives of great men
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  House of Spirits
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  A year on King
 •  From the Hip
'OHANA
 •  Storage facilities signal too many possessions
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Births
 •  Reunions

Business
 •  Big bucks for the bosses
 •  Lawmakers asked to better protect cruise passengers
 •  Foreign trade zones can offer savings
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Want to convert IRA? Here's a plan
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Higher education takes you to top of salary scale
 •  Tropicana is trading in its faded glory
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Frozen foods sector heats up

Opinion
 •  Police must avoid cavalier use of Tasers
COMMENTARY
 •  What happened in Waikele?
 •  Addressing transit, sewer concerns
 •  Laying groundwork for early education
 •  Sino-U.S. military contacts widen
 •  Wandering out of the White House into oblivion
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Waikele story is one where no one wins
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  Speaking in Korean means using honorifics at times
 •  Juicy details on 'Grey's' spinoff
 •  Henry VIII and company get sexed up for 'The Tudors'
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Garden gazing
 •  Outta here
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  A week of learning Hawaiian culture
 •  Holoholo
 •  Grand Canyon Skywalk opens with bird's eye view
 •  Let's go: Hawaii and The World
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  See a pricey show for cheap
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Travel resources can enable the disabled