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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 18, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Kailua tops Castle in OIA East baseball
 •  No. 1 teams in action in baseball and basketball
 •  Nanakuli forfeits baseball game to Radford
 •  Maui hospital dedicates $9.1 million expansion
 •  Dongbu Insurance marks one year of service in Hawai'i
 •  Investors to buy King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel
 •  Hawaii International Jazz Festival cancels 2007 concerts
 •  WISA holding anniversary party Sunday at Pipeline Cafe
 •  Ex-Redskins' QB Schroeder to speak at luncheon
 •  Honolulu Marathon taking online registration
 •  Swami Bhaskarananda to speak May 6
 •  Bubble Shack opens in International Market Place
 •  'Aiea's Lajola advances to quarters of tennis tourney
 •  Serena Williams to play in Fed Cup against Belgium
 •  Atlanta skipper Cox signs one-year extension
 •  Parking at Kuhio Avenue, Kai'olu Street to reopen
 •  Word of Life Academy to hold open house
 •  Mighty Mo offers discount for Military Appreciation Month
 •  HPU cheer, dance teams to perform today
 •  Hawaii Pacific University to hold midday memorial
 •  Le Bizarre drag spectacle starts weekly show April 29
 •  Urlacher fined $100,000 for wearing hat at Super Bowl
 •  Patriots, cornerback James agree to one-year deal
 •  Beckham ready to play for Real Madrid
 •  Prep football recruiting case argued at Supreme Court
 •  United States replaces Russia as boxing worlds host
 •  UC Irvine pitcher sets NCAA mark with 50th career save
 •  Nadal extends winning streak on clay to 63 matches
 •  NCAA panel backs ban on text messages to recruits
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  Hokies to return to classes Monday
 •  More vignettes of shooting victims released
 •  Thursday's high school events calendar
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep baseball, basketball, track
 •  More names of shooting victims released
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, hockey, golf
 •  On the air today: Prep basball, major-league baseball
 •  Take a walk for lunch today
 •  Bomb threat to VaTech president's office 'unfounded'
 •  Stalking, suicidal fears revealed
 •  Earth Day celebrations set for Saturday
 •  Anguished family, friends remember the victims
 •  'You had a hundred billion chances...'
 •  Killer's arm bore two cryptic words
 •  Nearly all victims of the shootings identified
 •  Hokies flock to Facebook.com to share feelings
 •  World view: Horror, sympathy and criticism
 •  Simon Cowell says eye roll wasn't over Virginia Tech
 •  Kapolei vigil for Va. Tech students set for tomorrow
 •  Armed police force at UH would cost $1.2M
 •  Students showing resolve, Islander says
 •  Search for woman shifts to Windward O'ahu
 •  During campus rampage, heroes came to the fore
 •  Police Beat: Man dies on flight from Japan
 •  Lingle vetoes changing regent selection process
 •  'The guy's really creepy,' classmates warned
 •  Kapolei crash victim identified
 •  Korean community anguished, fearful
 •  Girl, struck by vehicle in Waialua, seriously hurt
 •  Broken water main slows Kane'ohe traffic
 •  Four sought in vicious Kaimuki assault
 •  Troops get extra days off if tour rest time shortened
 •  Families of fallen Marines to gather for memorial service
 •  Cars, garage destroyed in Mililani house fire
 •  Royal mausoleum to get $500,000 renovation
 •  Hawai'i stiffed on list of 100 best places to relocate
 •  Honolulu man, 27, gets 16 years for dealing meth
 •  Blue Angels to perform at Kane'ohe air show
 •  Japanese Cultural Center to celebrate Children's Day
 •  Big Island man escapes serious injury in 30-foot tumble
 •  Home foreclosures in Hawai'i up from year ago
 •  Hawaii Central Credit Union hit by phishing scam
 •  Judge throws out suit challenging OHA's funding
 •  City's Kalihi Summit to focus on revitalization efforts
 •  Vigil for Virginia Tech victims tonight at UH-Manoa
 •  Punahou senior still plans to enroll at Virginia Tech
 •  Pet food recall expands with 2nd tainted ingredient
 •  Virginia Tech shootings raise concerns at UH-Manoa
 •  No tsunami threat after quakes hit Japan, California
 •  State flags at half-staff until sunset on Sunday
 •  No penalty for TurboTax users affected by glitch
 •  Scattered showers making for wet commutes
 •  Rainbows drop to No. 16 in national softball poll
 •  Horizon LInes boosts fuel surcharge to 20.75 percent
 •  United Nations official to address 'Aloha Peace' forum
 •  Supreme Court upholds ban on abortion procedure
 •  4 bombings push up Iraq's death toll to high of 233
 •  Hawaiian Open winner Green, Strange, Pak in golf Hall
 •  Dow sets trading high, soars past 12,800 mark
 •  Aloha Tower observation deck closed through Friday
 •  $14.2 million in surcharges collected so far in 2007
 •  Goodwill alerts of lotto scam in Hawai'i
 •  Today's events: organ recital, lunch walk, 'Altar Boyz'
 •  Low-cost, free hepatitis testing to be offered in May
 •  High surf advisory in effect until 6 p.m.
 •  DLNR sets meeting with gillnet fishers on Lana'i
 •  Highway near Waimea Bay to close for more repairs
 •  Bench warrant issued for Big Island woman
 •  Pu'uloa Road project continues
 •  Electrical power restored in Ka'a'awa, Niu Valley areas
 •  Sports today: Prep baseball, basketball

Local News
 •  Drunk driver gets eighteen months
 •  Gas prices back above $3 a gallon on O'ahu
 •  Don Ho Show to keep on playin'
 •  Watada's case brings father into national spotlight against war
 •  Indonesia, U.S. join forces in exercise
 •  In Nanakuli, helping hands 'deliver a dream' Photo gallery
 •  Highway to be closed 9-11 a.m.
 •  Items sought for garage sale
 •  Project set at Hula Hut site
 •  Kokua cleanup this weekend
 •  Funds released for new library
 •  Hawaii Tofu closing up shop
 •  Kalalau Trail section closed
 •  Permit problem halts renovation
 •  Ocean cruises on Earth Day
 •  Governor denounces hearings on DNLR director
 •  Obituaries
 •  Program for blind at risk

 •  Nash decides not to retain Smith
 •  Punter to join Warriors in fall Photo gallery
 •  Irvine in for surprise
 •  Nebraska among '07 foes
 •  Bulldogs on short leash
 •  UH men, women see promising futures
 •  Sacred Hearts surges to 9-0 in DII hoops Photo gallery Video
 •  Pascual pitches Kamehameha by Damien, 10-2
 •  Depth helped Mililani dominate
 •  Track and field top performances
 •  Today's events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Puget Sound golfers honored
 •  Ma knows importance of getting up and down in golf
 •  Chargers' Triana to play DIII football
 •  BYUH women beat UH in tennis
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Wahine legacy Video
 •  'Angels' star latest face of CoverGirl
 •  The humor is juvenile, but it's for kids, right?
 •  On 'Housewives,' another stud shows up
 •  Best of Shandling's show, plus new material, debuts on DVD set
 •  Putting good shows on TV isn't easy
 •  One of Shakespeare's lighter plays nicely done
 •  'Altar Boyz' in the house!
 •  Pot stickers in a pan
 •  Caramelized bananas doctor store-bought muffins
 •  Lighten dressing for crunchy ramen cabbage salad
 •  A marinade can make lean, healthful meats more appealing
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Soy chicken, edamame in stir-fry
 •  How to Rule the World Department
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Casserole with tuna my way

 •  O'ahu new-home sales drop 2 percent in 2006
 •  Jaywalking tourists pay, too
 •  Camp for weight loss heads to Big Isle
 •  Beware offers to rescue home mortgages
 •  Lenders urged to help distressed borrowers
 •  Needed oil refineries could languish amid ethanol push
 •  Video explains extra excise tax

 •  Hasty reaction would deepen Tech tragedy
 •  Bills may be answer to taxpayers' question
 •  'Developing problem' puts Hawai'i at risk
 •  History can give us our comeuppance
 •  'Us vs. them' view distorts ethics discussion
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  On 'Housewives,' another stud shows up
 •  Best of Shandling's show, plus new material, debuts on DVD set
 •  Putting good shows on TV isn't easy
 •  One of Shakespeare's lighter plays nicely done
 •  TGI Wednesday