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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 16, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Dixie State sweeps BYUH in softball doubleheader
 •  UH women's soccer signs five
 •  Kaua'i man killed in head-on crash
 •  High school basketball standings
 •  Preps Wednesday: OIA girls basketball, baseball
 •  Preps tomorrow: ILH, OIA basketball, ILH baseball
 •  High school baseball standings
 •  Orioles allow a run on three-error play
 •  Diamond Head to close Wednesday for repair work
 •  Master plan sought for historic Old Maui High School
 •  Sorenstam opens 'Annika Academy' in Florida
 •  Texas boosts Barnes' pay to $2 million a year
 •  Satele, Lucas on list of top NFL center prospects
 •  O'ahu median existing home price slips to $620K in Q1
 •  Pasha Hawaii retrofits ship to burn low-sulfer fuel
 •  Hawai'i firm to produce TV adventure reality show
 •  Swami Bhaskarananda to speak Sunday
 •  Former NFL quarterback will speak Thursday
 •  Windward Unity Church joins 'no complaint' movement
 •  Ceridian Hawaii signs deal with Metron Time Clock Co. (news release)
 •  Olbermann will join NBC's football pre-game show
 •  Weekley gets first PGA win with victory at Heritage
 •  Angels' Guerrero hit by pitch, suffers bruised wrist
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  New UH coach Nash a chat guest on Tsai's blog
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA, NHL, Baseball
 •  On the air today: Baseball, golf, NHL, Boston Marathon
 •  Sports tomorrow: High school baseball, basketball
 •  Sports today: Prep baseball, basketball
 •  No motive yet in Virginia Tech attack
 •  Students share grief, get news of shooting from TV
 •  A list of deadly U.S. campus shootings
 •  Share your thoughts on Catherine Toth's blog
 •  Tell us if you have Virginia Tech ties, photos
 •  School shooting made top headlines worldwide
 •  School president: Tragedy of 'monumental proportions'
 •  UH-Manoa lists campus safety resources
 •  Bush says federal government stands 'ready to help'
 •  Bush 'horrified' by shootings, prayers are with families
 •  Complaint withdrawn in alleged Kalihi Kai rape
 •  Fugitive arrested in Hilo
 •  $23.8 million released for UH-Hilo science building
 •  Waimea man, 22, dies in head-on crash on Kaua'i
 •  Fewer than 600 tickets left for Sat. UH baseball game
 •  Warriors move up to No. 9 in coaches' volleyball poll
 •  Volcano's Perry first Isle finisher in Boston Marathon
 •  No ruling today on Kamehameha Schools case
 •  Watada's father becomes outspoken critic of Iraq war
 •  Business highlights: Stocks rise, Allstate, Mattel sales
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Wind advisory issued until 8 p.m.
 •  Work week starts off windy with some rain
 •  High-surf advisory for eastern shores until 6 p.m.
 •  Diamond Head State Monument to close for two days
 •  Postal Service lists drop-off sites for late tax filers
 •  Johnson's Kokua Hawaii wins EPA environmental award
 •  Today's events: 'Situation,' classical music, concert
 •  Graceland's dream ad: You are Elvis in Hawai'i concert
 •  2 summer programs set for Maui intermediate students
 •  Pets pampered at some Hawai'i hotels
 •  Wilson shoots 73, ties for 10th at PGA's Heritage
 •  Cheruiyot wins third Boston Marathon
 •  Honolulu Marathon wheelchair champ a Boston winner
 •  Hawai'i/California study: veggies, fruits cut cancer risk
 •  Stocks rise following Citigroup profit report
 •  Quotes from students: 'This is worse than Columbine'
 •  USS Chosin, Chung-Hoon deploy today
 •  Keating says security vastly better in Malacca Strait
 •  Special legislative session today to honor war dead
 •  Text of e-mails sent to staff, students
 •  Author Cormac McCarthy takes Pulitzer for fiction
 •  Trade winds bring choppy surf conditions
 •  Neighborhood Board vote deadline is tonight
 •  Hawai'i ranks No. 1 for fewest disabilities
 •  Lost crew of USS Lagarto to be honored
 •  Human rights leader to visit UH law school
 •  Nurses push to save Wahiawa hospital obstetrics unit
 •  NCL's Pride of Hawai'i to be renamed 'Norwegian Jade'
 •  Pu'uloa Road work continues
 •  Kamehameha lane closure all week
 •  Blood drive today at UH-Manoa
 •  Microsoft donates $500K of software to Hale Kipa
 •  Virginia Tech's reputation had recently been soaring
 •  36 public schools, eSchool offering summer classes
 •  Lanes closed along H-3 for striping

Local News
 •  Public invited for final aloha to Don Ho Photo gallery Video Audio
 •  Pearl Harbor may get Navy ship group
 •  Admirers reminisce about 'Mr. Waikiki'
 •  Accused swindler living it up in Bali
 •  Cemetery still struggling with finances
 •  Robotics club wiring kids for success
 •  Panel to discuss invasive species
 •  Nature photo lesson April 28
 •  Kalani High to host health fair
 •  Media center gets paint job
 •  School benefit lu'au is May 4
 •  Some lanes on highway closed
 •  $3.7M upgrade for county lot
 •  Dalai Lama on live webcast
 •  State to honor fallen soldiers
 •  Revived Osprey going to Iraq war
 •  Raptor impact assessment open for comment
 •  Pay delay for disabled retirees
 •  Navy admiral says no to draft
 •  Divorces up, but just barely
 •  Kapa'a Quarry crash victim identified
 •  Search called off for missing Japan visitor
 •  Fire chief receives glowing 1st-year review
 •  Will Kona bypass ever open?
 •  Ho brought Hawai'i to the world via TV
 •  MyAdvertiser.com adds three communities
 •  Obituaries
 •  Protecting resources in Palau

 •  Bulldogs sweep 'Bows
 •  Nash tries to catch up on recruiting
 •  Marr sets another triathlon record
 •  Baseball: Here's to you Mr. Robinson
 •  U.S. begins chase of America's Cup
 •  HPU takes two from Hilo in softball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  For your must-do list, coach

Island Life
 •  Slanted roles Video
 •  Mosley's sexcapade of a novel is critics' laughingstock
 •  National project picks local writer
 •  Leisure? You must be kidding
 •  And now, a real wolf man goes prime time
 •  It's curtains for scary shower mildew
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Isles 43rd in volunteerism
 •  Business trips a family affair
 •  Book vexes stay-at-home moms
 •  How to avoid mortifying moments at office parties
 •  Leadership corner Audio
 •  Wolfowitz says he'll stay on job
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Medical school needs push toward success
 •  Coach Nash selection 'fabulous' omen at UH
 •  Energy independence is up to all of Hawai'i
 •  Taxes needn't be so complex, burdensome
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  And now, a real wolf man goes prime time
 •  TGI Monday