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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 3, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Body recovered in waters off Kahuku
 •  Man accused of discharging firearm
 •  Collision reported on University Avenue
 •  Stalled vehicles slow H-1 westbound
 •  Free keiki fitness challenge: Sign up to win backpack
 •  Chef Mavro sets bistro opening date: April 30
 •  Diamond Head Grill gets new chef
 •  Stage restaurant and Amuse wine bar to open April 14
 •  Padovani, Loperfido open restaurants together, solo
 •  NCAA could hold women's Final Four a week later
 •  Duke women's basketball coach leaves for Texas
 •  Altman returns to Creighton after a day with Arkansas
 •  Tibetan Thangka-based art series at Chinatown gallery
 •  Downtown area road construction projects under way
 •  Star floral designer B.J. Dyer to speak April 11
 •  Auctioneers seek surf memorabilia for summer event
 •  King Intermediate student artwork at Windward Mall
 •  Wild Bird Rehab Haven needs new home
 •  Museum association to hold conference May 24-25
 •  'I snorted my father' says Keith Richards
 •  This week's movie openings: 'Grindhouse,' 'The Hoax'
 •  WAC's Louisiana Tech fires men's basketball coach
 •  Whitfield to manage Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
 •  Ml Macadamia Orchards asks SEC for filing extension
 •  Metal recycling pilot project under way at landfill
 •  Maui's Youth Conservation Corps recruiting teens
 •  'Service of Darkness' set for Good Friday
 •  One Love Ministries to host keiki egg hunt
 •  Brett Quigley leaves Augusta for birth of first child
 •  Central Union Church to 'Walk with the Cross'
 •  Another day of sunshine, gentle trade winds
 •  Baseball commissioner Selig earned $14.5 million
 •  Michigan reportedly hires Beilein as basketball coach
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep baseball, baskteball
 •  Sports today: Prep basketball, baseball
 •  On the air today: NCAA women's hoops finale, Lakers
 •  Major league games, pitchers today, tomorrow
 •  Housing news, falling oil prices push stocks higher
 •  Northwest swell could bring advisory level surf
 •  Atherton Foundation gives Goodwill $200,000
 •  Health department to unveil 'Healthy Hawai'i' Web site
 •  Three schools to get taste of Japanese culture
 •  Groundbreaking ceremony today for Navy housing
 •  Tuesday's high school basketball: 'Iolani tops Punahou
 •  UH women take two from Santa Clara in softball
 •  UH-Hilo fourth in PacWest golf
 •  Missing man found safe in La'ie
 •  New rules will ease efforts to feed homeless
 •  Search continues for 71-year-old La'ie man
 •  Tennessee wins 7th NCAA women's basketball title
 •  State rolls out new health Web site
 •  Rainbows complete softball sweep over Santa Clara, 7-0
 •  Rainbows shut out Santa Clara in softball, 7-0
 •  GMO taro pits Hawaiians against some scientists
 •  HPU grad's racist notes as 16-year-old haunt him today
 •  Watabu paired with Watson, Funk at Masters
 •  Hotel occupancy drops in February, but room rates up
 •  UH goalie De Nooy named water polo player of week
 •  Police Beat: Arrest at sea in sailboat theft incident
 •  Grace Wilson enjoying son's first trip to Masters
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Unruly passenger diverts Honolulu-bound flight
 •  Community meetings focus on mayor's recycling plan
 •  Business highlights: Toyota sales, oil prices, tax fraud
 •  State lawmakers collecting donations for homeless
 •  Solomons tsunami exposed limits of warning systems
 •  Former Advertiser editor saw deadly shooting at CNN
 •  O'ahu March median home price slips 1% to $643,500
 •  No tainted gluten in human food supply, importer says
 •  Hawaiian Tel delays launch of Web-based TV service
 •  Idea for backup police force goes before Kaua'i council
 •  Longer daylight keeps 7 O'ahu parks open extra hour
 •  DUI arrests up 14 percent on Big Island
 •  Today's events: Egg hunt, Hawaiian lesson, reggae fest
 •  Students, parents invited to two-day job fair
 •  Astronaut to visit Sacred Hearts Academy tomorrow
 •  Coast Guard offers $1,000 reward for laser information
 •  Firm hired to control odor at Honouliuli sewage plant
 •  Light pole work may close Kamehameha lane
 •  Bishop Museum's art collection to get new home in '08
 •  Micronesia's first president dies at Waipahu hospital
 •  Aloha Airlines has second-best record for cancellations
 •  Molokai advisory group to discuss innovation, robotics
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, Lakers-Clippers
 •  Big Island boat harbor dredging to affect channel use
 •  Puhi recycling center closed Saturday
 •  Likelike Highway lanes to be closed
 •  Repairs will keep Pu'uloa Road lanes closed

Local News
 •  Mayor, top officials may get pay hikes
 •  Elevator checks lagging
 •  New buoys give Isles added protection against tsunamis
 •  Wahiawa General shelves maternity services
 •  Senate rejects Cabinet pick
 •  Pearl City daycare facility proposed
 •  Save Honolua meeting tonight
 •  Party to benefit Make-A-Wish
 •  Media program offers services
 •  Taggers mar lava rock wall
 •  Soccer team in Surf Cup
 •  Company wants to build taller
 •  Monthlong bridge closure
 •  Heart attack killed driver
 •  Manu-o-Ku named official bird for the city and county
 •  Deployment extended for 1,000 troops
 •  Strykers, first half of platoon return from exercise in S. Korea Photo gallery
 •  Father given 20 years for son's death
 •  Doctor pleads not guilty to prescription-drug deaths
 •  Convicted killer back in court
 •  Boyfriend arrested in golf club attack
 •  Moloka'i residents say airline shutdown inconveniences many
 •  Aircraft laser incidents probed
 •  Hokule'a voyagers now have to worry about possible typhoons
 •  Pet pig killed; hunting dogs blamed
 •  Dog, copter help search for man, 71
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH defenders studying up on new 4-3 scheme Photo gallery Video
 •  Gators bite into Buckeyes, history Photo gallery
 •  Senior Skins relocating to Ka'anapali
 •  Hawai'i's Harrington hopes to rediscover proper form
 •  Spring girls hoops only played here
 •  Punzal made the Warriors smile
 •  Haili tournament alive and well
 •  Warriors' Dante honored by MPSF
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Got break? Get job
 •  Fans, contestants rally around Sanjaya
 •  Malakar is hair today, could be star tomorrow
 •  Kids benefit from unstructured play
 •  On the hot ... and the bothered
 •  Explore Polynesian voyaging
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Being an inspirational idol nets Segundo award

 •  New passport changes catch some by surprise
 •  Ethanol plan not working so far
 •  Hawaiian Telcom loss down to $144 Million
 •  Hawaiian soars to No. 1 in on-time performance
 •  Cell-phone TV has arrived, but will it stay?
 •  Digital video on a budget
 •  Explosives sniffer wins award
 •  Real estate baron to buy Tribune Co.
 •  Isles lose No. 1 spot on Net ads

 •  Real ID would pose an unrealistic burden
 •  Hawai'i 2050 needs input from all of us
 •  Is Darfur finally on world leaders' radar?
 •  Healthy Farms Act brings many benefits
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday