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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 2, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Student job fair set Wednesday at Convention Center
 •  Colts, Bears will meet in NFL preseason rematch
 •  Iowa hires Butler's Lickliter as head basketball coach
 •  Metal recycling pilot project begins at landfill
 •  Hawaiian Telcom narrows its losses in 2006 from 2005
 •  Ratio of online job ads to unemployed people rises
 •  Mayor designates manu-o-Ku as O'ahu's official bird
 •  Cartoonist Piraro to speak to local vegetarian group
 •  Accused killer says nothing in court appearance today
 •  Yankees top Major League players salary list
 •  Colts' Reid arrested in marijuana possession case
 •  Hip-hop gig Inertia 4 set for UH April 14
 •  Starwood Hotels CEO leaves after clash with directors
 •  Chamber music season ends with Trio con Brio April 16
 •  Land under Aloha Petroleum stations changes hands
 •  'Lost' star Daniel Dae Kim to be at Red Cross event
 •  Maui Brewing Co. produces canned beer at new plant (news release)
 •  Two Hawai'i missions to celebrate Buddha Day
 •  'Inconvenient Truth' film to be screened at two events
 •  Buddhist, Shinshu forum focus: 'death with dignity'
 •  Danny Couch's new Waikiki show debuts tonight
 •  Hawai'i in Yahoo's top 10 beach destinations
 •  NFL calls off exhibition game in China
 •  Florida, Ohio State dominating like no others
 •  N.Y. mayor will veto bill to ban metal baseball bats
 •  Today's, tomorrow's Major League scheduled pitchers
 •  Phil Jackson, Roy Williams, 5 others to Hall of Fame
 •  Tribune Co. plans to sell Cubs after end of '07 season
 •  Michigan will move prep girls volleyball, hoops seasons
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep baseball, basketball
 •  Sports today: Kahuku at Kaiser in OIA baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: NCAA women's hoops title game
 •  On the air today: Ohio State-Florida for NCAA title
 •  Florida repeats as basketball national champs, 84-75
 •  Champions Skins Game will move to Ka'anapali
 •  UH-Hilo hires Atkinson as women's volleyball coach
 •  Hawai'i tsunami drill goes smoothly
 •  Senate votes against confirming White as DPS director
 •  Father sentenced to 20 years in death of infant son
 •  Police probe pet pig Picasso's passing
 •  Seven O'ahu parks now open an extra hour in evening
 •  City bird is manu-o-Ku, or white tern
 •  Coast Guard flight crews report lasing at Barbers Point
 •  Doctor pleads not guilty in drug-deaths case
 •  Warriors' Dante named MPSF volleyball player of week
 •  UH men's volleyball team remains No. 13 in poll
 •  Pet treats recalled for salmonella contamination
 •  UH football opens spring practice
 •  1,000 Schofield soldiers get 45-day Iraq duty extension
 •  Today's events: Torch-lighting, folk/rock, wind quintet
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Business highlights: Court rulings, manufacturing, oil
 •  Hawaiian, Aloha rank 1 & 2 in on-time performance
 •  Honolulu wins top ranking in quality-of-living survey
 •  Kaua'i resident cited for illegal burning in 50-acre fire
 •  Expanded Kaua'i Bus services start today
 •  Solomon residents camp out above tsunami-hit town
 •  New NOAA tsunami-detection stations help Hawai'i
 •  Stefani tickets sell out in 1 hour; second show added
 •  Downtown traffic projects start today
 •  City offices to be closed in observance of Good Friday
 •  Fiji soldiers withdraw from street checkpoints
 •  Woman, 'psycho from her past' killed at U. Washington
 •  FDA bans wheat gluten from China after pet deaths
 •  Hawaiian Telcom names new chief financial officer
 •  Journey for Pearl Harbor 'Bachelor' starts tonight
 •  'Samoan Wedding' star at UH today
 •  Braves-Phillies opener on TBS has Hawai'i flavor
 •  UH moot court team in nation's top 8
 •  Kaua'i's metals recycling center to be closed Saturday
 •  Surf on the rise this week
 •  Hawaiian Air tops in Annual Airline Quality Rating
 •  Benefit Friday for Make-A-Wish Foundation
 •  Kamehameha lane closure between Radford, Halawa
 •  Wahiawa library will host 'Rabbit Tales'
 •  Wall Street ends day with moderate advance
 •  Three children in Egypt test positive for bird flu
 •  Weak band of showers making way down island chain
 •  Ferrell skates to another gold medal at box office
 •  Tsunami Awareness Month kicks off with exercise
 •  Farrington project also continues in Waipahu

Local News
 •  Tripler care gets mixed reviews from readers
 •  Hawaiian homes plan for ag land questioned
 •  Repair costs after copper thefts: $1 million
 •  Killer tsunami slams Solomons
 •  Input sought on sustainability
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Dry spell frustrates Kaimuki pool-goers
 •  Plan for seniors' services aired
 •  Bus routes, hours expand
 •  Ocean-hazard obelisk in repair
 •  Tough issues on meeting agenda
 •  Church youths fast for funds
 •  Recycling to support school
 •  Camera club's work exhibited
 •  Quake-damage reviews to end
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Tripler experiences 'wonderful' to discouraging
 •  Army draftee stayed for 40 years
 •  Pohakuloa stewardship cited
 •  Bomb-sniffing robot going to war
 •  Top docs see cuts as politics
EDUCATION
 •  Budding scientists benefit from fair
POLICE
 •  Waialua man was motorcyclist in North Shore wreck
POLICE BEAT
 •  Two charged in raid on senior home
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Tartans twirl, bagpipes skirl as Scottish heritage celebrated Photo gallery
 •  Palau gives voyagers warm welcome
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Two charged in raid on senior home
 •  Obituaries
JAN TENBRUGGENCATE
 •  Book on island fish unequaled

Sports
 •  Pitcher Tatsuno gains college Hall of Fame
 •  'Bows blank Spartans, 6-0 Photo gallery
 •  Penn wants to pulverize rival
MARTIAL ARTS
 •  Lawler exacts respect from Trigg with knockout
ISLE FILE
 •  Robinson, Tausaga help boost 'Bows, 9-2
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Fifty years of expanding minds
 •  Obama mania on four wheels
 •  YWCA salutes 30 years' honorees
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Get off on right foot via exercise
TELEVISION
 •  Heat's on 'Shield' actor as season begins
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Enlightened by science
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Home economics
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

Business
 •  AARP: Many worry about investment fraud
 •  Volunteering while on vacation
 •  Is required sick pay ill-fated again?
WORKPLACE
 •  At-home job takes discipline
 •  States pursue employer sanctions
 •  Don't deny yourself a getaway
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  No ka 'oi
 •  Leadership Corner
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Housing market to take more hits
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  White's confirmation vote today is critical
 •  Recycling worth your two cents and more
COMMENTARY
 •  Fuel mandates create problems, not solutions
 •  Politics fouling Justice Department decisions
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  Heat's on 'Shield' actor as season begins
 •  TGI Monday