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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 9, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Feb. milk production falls 23 percent from year ago
 •  Falcons sign quarterback Joey Harrington
 •  Alumni weekend, senior night for UH men's volleyball
 •  Roy's in Waikiki to host fundraiser on April 27
 •  O'ahu beats Hawai'i for state AJA baseball title, 11-5
 •  A&B sets April 30 Webcast and conference call
 •  Wooden hospitalized, but 'doing fine,' daughter says
 •  Broncos coach Shanahan signs three-year extension
 •  Safeway, Easter Seals team up for fundraising effort
 •  HECO exec to address Native Hawaiian business group
 •  'Iolani student teams advance in 'Economics Challenge'
 •  Waimea wins KIF first round girls basketball title
 •  Dolphins and jazz on tap at Big Island fest
 •  Foster parent video earns top honors
 •  Women's history celebration takes place April 28
 •  Lee Cataluna part of publishing workshop June 16
 •  Day of Prayer events set for May 3
 •  2 Island Movers workers overcome by cleaning fumes
 •  Olympic gold winner Montgomery pleads guilty to fraud
 •  Major league home runs dropping with temperatures
 •  Arkansas to hire Pelphrey as basketball coach
 •  Heat's Posey arrested on drunken driving charge
 •  Hockey's Belfour arrested after scuffle with police
 •  Indians move series with Angels to Milwaukee
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep baseball, basketball
 •  Sports today: BYUH softball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, soccer, Preps on radio
 •  On the air today: Rockies-Dodgers, Yankees-Twins
 •  Report: Pentagon to extend tours of 15,000 troops
 •  Single tickets for 'Lion King' go on sale April 28
 •  Man charged in Wai'anae beating
 •  Convicted killer pleads not guilty in second killing
 •  Contraflow to resume at 3 p.m. at rockslide site | Pics
 •  Warriors begin second week of practice | Video | Pics
 •  Warriors break into Top 10 of volleyball poll
 •  UH's Tausaga, Smethurst earn WAC softball honors
 •  Hawai'i legislators try to reduce governor's power
 •  Police Beat: 7 arrested in warehouse break-in case
 •  Hawai'i-based team helps ID 10 missing WWII airmen
 •  Woman blames bacterial infection on city sewage spill
 •  Injured Schofield vet returned to war to regain his life
 •  Lingle releases $900,000 for 'Iolani Palace upgrades
 •  False alarms in Waikiki keep firefighters busy | video
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Business highlights: oil prices, Wal-Mart, Citigroup
 •  Community meetings on recycling start tonight
 •  Lahaina businessman 'Higgins' Maddigan dies at 74
 •  Waikiki wastewater bypass work affects street parking
 •  Hurt battling coqui frogs? You might not be able to sue
 •  O'ahu's monthly influx of box jellyfish starts midweek
 •  Coast Guard, HFD rescue mariner off South Kona coast
 •  Has time come for Kaua'i watch designer to hit it big?
 •  BOE committee to discuss student misconduct issues
 •  Volunteers sought for Lahaina Bypass Now effort
 •  Stocks end flat as investors weigh economy, earnings
 •  Today's events: UH concert, open mike, 'Grindhouse'
 •  Doris Duke foundation gives $100M for global warming
 •  Fulbright scholars to discuss grant-applying process
 •  U.S. representative attends energy policy forum here
 •  Swell keeps surf high along north, west shores
 •  UH, HECO to partner for energy efficiency on campus
 •  Festival tomorrow celebrates West O'ahu Day
 •  Waiakea robotics team off to nationals
 •  Celebrities, leaders to sell Advertisers on Kids Day
 •  Honorees chosen for historic preservation work in Isles
 •  Injured Roddick withdraws from U.S. Clay Court
 •  World Fireknife contest set for May at PCC
 •  Punchbowl ceremony today honors former POWs
 •  Art unveiled at Veterans' Memorial Aquatic Center
 •  H-3 lanes to close for drainage work
 •  Major league baseball probable starting pitchers

Local News
 •  Missile facility thrives on Garden Island Video
 •  Hawai'i ranks fourth highest in air accidents
 •  Two Hawai'i soldiers killed in Iraq
 •  No predictions on Kamehameha decision
 •  Waimea lane to open today Photo gallery Video
 •  Youths may be left high and dry
 •  Aquatic-themed art to grace park
 •  Fashion show in Chinatown
 •  Pipe installation to affect traffic
 •  Contribution goes to golf cart
 •  Board supports more bike paths
 •  Three parades march in April
 •  Inactive nurses offered updates
 •  Deadline today for tax appeals
 •  Filipino veterans struggle for full benefits
 •  Kids have 'Daddy' near and dear during deployment
 •  Missile destroyer off to Gulf
 •  Fallen soldiers ensured 'more dignified' return
 •  Enlistment of blacks declining
 •  A chance to gain a bachelor’s at WCC
 •  Accident fatality was 'Ele'ele man
 •  Aliamanu family homeless, but safe, after house fire
 •  Experts to report on October quakes
 •  Danny Barcelona, 77, drummer in Armstrong band
 •  Obituaries
 •  Are tours feeding sharks?

 •  Zach Johnson fends off Woods to take Masters
 •  Unknown, unheralded no longer
 •  Pioneer Robinson to lie in state
 •  Raiders won't pass on Russell
 •  Kimberly Kim wins Farr golf tourney
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Not now!
 •  Fashion wave unites people with a passion
 •  As 'Bachelor' begins, it's one down — literally
 •  Saving the beer isn't a handy skill?
 •  When love and marriage go awry
 •  '24' keeps up hectic pace offscreen, too
 •  Morning team back together
 •  Sample proposition
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Union a key to Chrysler bid
 •  Expanding
 •  Career coaches gaining more respect, disciples
 •  Embracing change for the best
 •  Remember basics for job interviews
 •  Giving back through teaching
 •  Leadership corner Audio
 •  Reports due on quarter earnings
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Laws bear watching at critical juncture
 •  Elizabeth Edwards' prescription for living
 •  'Network traffic system' should be our future
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Fashion wave unites people with a passion
 •  As 'Bachelor' begins, it's one down — literally
 •  When love and marriage go awry
 •  '24' keeps up hectic pace offscreen, too
 •  TGI Monday