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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 17, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH tops Chaminade in softball exhibition, 5-0
 •  UH reserve guard Waters to transfer to Portland St.
 •  HPU sweeps BYUH in softball
 •  UH-Hilo, Dixie College softball changes time, park
 •  BYUH tops UH in women's tennis match
 •  Maluenda shoots a 69 to lead Campbell
 •  Trailer destroyed in Maui fire
 •  Nationals wear Virginia Tech hats in tribute to victims
 •  Dodgers put Schmidt on 15-day disabled list
 •  Honolulu Zoo to celebrate Earth Day this weekend
 •  Colorado-based Maui Wowi names new distributor
 •  Southern California's Young to enter NBA draft
 •  Supreme Court to hear high school 'recruiting' dispute
 •  City holds economic summit on revitalizing Kalihi
 •  Marriott reward customers from Japan prefer Hawai'i
 •  Mesa Air shares fall 10 percent after stock downgrade
 •  Watts Constructors awarded $42.7M for Guam contract
 •  Steel-guitar stars converge for convention April 24
 •  Western Oregon signs three Hawai'i softball players
 •  UH-Hilo, Dixie State softball doubleheader canceled
 •  Cubs' Soriano sidelined for a week by groin injury
 •  AIDS Walk fundraiser set for Sunday at Kapiolani Park
 •  East-West Center to hold leadership symposium
 •  Despite wind, rain, nearly 99% finish Boston Marathon
 •  High school football combine Saturday at Aloha Stadium
 •  NBA referee suspended for conduct toward Duncan
 •  Exec Jerry West will leave Grizzlies amid 'turmoil'
 •  Oral Roberts gives Sutton seven-year extension
 •  Virginia Tech cancels spring football game
 •  Pirates' Sanchez out with sore left wrist
 •  'Troubled' gunman sent to counseling
 •  Sorenstam to cut back schedule because of back injury
 •  Air Force promotes Reynolds to head basketball coach
 •  St. Louis fires basketball coach Soderberg
 •  Federer holds off Seppi in Monte Carlo Masters
 •  Bush offers proclamation to honor victims
 •  Some victims' IDs, bios released
 •  Wall Street Journal wins two Pulitzer Prizes
 •  Gunman was student, 23, from South Korea
 •  Tomorrow's high school events on O'ahu
 •  Today's high school events on O'ahu
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep baseball, basketball, water polo
 •  Sports today: UH-Chaminade softball exhibition
 •  On the air tomorrow: Major-league baseball, hockey
 •  On the air today: Baseball, NBA, NHL playoffs
 •  Names of eight shooting victims released
 •  A typical day on campus, and then carnage began
 •  Grief, anger over what wasn't done
 •  'Twisted' writings by 'question mark kid'
 •  Virginia Tech grad from Maui says tragedy 'surreal'
 •  Handgun traced to student bought 5 weeks ago
 •  State flags at half-staff until Sunday's sunset
 •  Bush encourages students to reach out for help
 •  Dorm victim's roommate a key figure in investigation
 •  Gunman was S. Korean immigrant, in U.S. since '92
 •  L.A. Korean leaders worry about fallout from shooting
 •  South Korea fears link to killer could stir prejudice
 •  More names of victims trickle in
 •  Massacre should not deter foreign students, U.S. says
 •  Loved ones share lives of students, faculty killed
 •  Requiem Mass set for tomorrow at Honolulu cathedral
 •  School threats force lockdowns in 7 states
 •  Holocaust survivor killed while saving students
 •  HPD chief expresses sorrow at Va. Tech shooting
 •  Calls assure Isle parents that daughters safe
 •  Road at Waimea Bay to be closed Thursday morning
 •  UH looking into armed force with police powers
 •  Shooting stirs emotion of Columbine community
 •  UH assistant Alika Smith won't be retained by Nash
 •  Pascual strikes out 11 for Kamehameha
 •  Lancers remain undefeated, other ILH basketball results
 •  No. 4 Rough Riders win, other OIA basketball results
 •  Japanese mayor dies after shooting by crime chief
 •  Caution in Congress over stricter gun control
 •  Entry fees rise for Honolulu Marathon
 •  Van De Car nominated for Big Island judge
 •  German firm joins probe of HECO explosion
 •  HFD puts out fire at Bellows AFS
 •  Maui fire damages vacant trailer
 •  Police Beat: Man, 22, dies after Kahala fishing mishap
 •  Kahului compost site closed due to fire
 •  Catch Hot Seat excerpts in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Advertiser launches High School Sports page, Web site
 •  Man, 61, arrested today in ear-stabbing incident
 •  Drunk driver gets prison time in negligent homicide
 •  Near-drowning victim at Sunset Beach retrieved
 •  Big Island brushfire burns 4 acres near Pahala
 •  Kaua'i's Kalalau Trail closed beyond Hanakoa Valley
 •  Sanjaya mystery makes for lots of 'Idol' talk
 •  Maui Police Department looking to fill 57 slots
 •  Diamond Head monument to close two days for repairs
 •  Strong trade winds bring high surf advisory
 •  State posts Web video to explain excise tax surcharge
 •  Scattered April showers in week's weather forecast
 •  State reports 12 missing foster children found
 •  Mail scams hit Big Island residents
 •  Dow Jones industrials near record territory
 •  DUI arrests up 17 percent on Big Island
 •  Puna man charged with drug offenses
 •  Today's events: Massage class, 'Inconvenient Truth'
 •  Apprenticeship Awareness Week celebrated
 •  Windward CC hosting job fair
 •  Lloyd Van De Car nominated to be Big Island judge
 •  Design money released for new WCC library
 •  4 movies opening Friday in Hawai'i theaters
 •  Iolani School fair begins Friday
 •  Seminar Thursday on new tax laws
 •  East-bound H-1 traffic slowing at Middle Street merge
 •  2007 Torch Award winners to be announced
 •  Lane closures on Kapiolani Boulevard
 •  Drainage work on Farrington in Nanakuli
 •  Palolo Chinese Home receives Leed certification
 •  Fewer than 600 tickets left for Sat. UH baseball game
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers

Local News
 •  Don Ho send-off May 5 on beach in Waikiki
 •  New dump sought in Hilo
 •  Legislature honors those killed in Iraq, Afghanistan Photo gallery Video
 •  U.S. EPA honors singer Johnson
 •  Clergymen unite to help homeless
 •  5th Earth Day fete Saturday
 •  Book sale will benefit library
 •  Park to close for road repairs
 •  Global warming to be discussed
 •  Storytellers all week long
 •  Hear a scary story or two
 •  Funds released for tech facility
 •  Historic society sets fundraiser
 •  UH repeals order limiting professor's comments
 •  Kamehameha waits for court's list on Monday
 •  Rape complaint withdrawn
 •  Texas fugitive caught in Hilo
 •  Head-on collision kills Kaua'i man
 •  Sharnell Onaga services Sunday
 •  Obituaries

 •  Mississippi State passes on chance to play UH
 •  Monteilh earns shot on 'D' Photo gallery Video
 •  Warrior volleyball hopes for long trip
 •  UH softball preparing for Fresno St.
 •  Advertiser girls basketball poll
 •  Advertiser baseball poll
 •  No pool, no problem for Kapolei's squad
 •  Kamehameha tops Saint Louis, 5-2, in baseball
 •  Games on TV
 •  Today's events
 •  Volcano's Perry first from Isles to finish
 •  UH soccer signs five
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Exemption should not be wasted

Island Life
 •  Marquee man Audio
 •  Lengthy commute harmful to health
 •  Who's going to be the boss?
 •  Making time to enjoy a fulfilling life
 •  Winners of the Merrie Monarch Festival
 •  Pledge support for public radio
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  'Grease' is the word for Island 98.5 DJ

 •  Waikiki promotion goes on the road
 •  Hospital loses birth unit in May
 •  First, a name change
 •  Time's up get your taxes filed today
 •  Free stuff protects computer
 •  Microsoft wants to woo designers, Web developers
 •  Alternative power eventually
 •  Investment hui will pay $25B for Sallie Mae
 •  Microsoft grant goes to Hale Kipa

 •  State should hold off on bonds for biofuels
 •  Preserving our past for all generations
 •  Healthcare decline will affect all of Hawai'i
 •  Hawai'i can make climate-change difference
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday