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Articles for April 19, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  ILH baseball tournament schedule
 •  Saladin leads Mid-Pac Open by two shots
 •  Sacred Hearts wins battle of unbeaten teams
 •  Christian Academy forfeits game
 •  Zimet, Wong to square off in beach volleyball
 •  Sources: Oden to declare for NBA draft, hire agent
 •  Two Nevada players will enter NBA draft
 •  Amateur boxing card set for Saturday in Pearl City
 •  UH softball to hold autograph session, honor seniors
 •  Forbes: Yankees top franchise, but lost money
 •  Three players dismissed from LSU football team
 •  Rodriguez hits three-run homer to lift Yankees, 8-6
 •  Plans for Maui Memorial expansion celebrated
 •  Marriott shares fall after company cuts growth forecast
 •  Defense company wins contract for work in Hawai'i
 •  Kaua'i Council of Advisors to discuss invasive species
 •  Catholic Charities to hold 'Island Treasures' dinner
 •  NCAA places Louisiana Lafayette on 2-year probation
 •  Jerome Williams will stay in Nationals' rotation for now
 •  Federer, Nadal advances to Monte Carlo quarterfinals
 •  Kostelic, four-time Olympic skiing gold winner, retires
 •  Phillies' Howard out with left leg injury
 •  SAIC awarded $394 million military contract
 •  Tomorrow's statewide events
 •  Oklahoma City mourners reach out to VaTech
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH baseball, softball
 •  Sports today: Prep baseball, basketball, track
 •  Top OIA girls basketball teams play Friday on OC 16
 •  Hot Spots progam visits Big Island today
 •  No. 1 baseball, basketball teams in action today
 •  On the air tomorrow: Prep hoops, UH baseball
 •  'This is it. This is where it all ends...'
 •  On the air today: Major-league baseball, hockey
 •  'You forced me into a corner'
 •  Loopholes in law allowed gun purchase
 •  Classmates 'would really make fun of him'
 •  Campuses hit by rash of threats, scares
 •  Asian-Americans concerned by rush to focus on race
 •  Relative says shooter did not talk much as a child
 •  Gunman's uncle says he 'assumes' parents are doing OK
 •  Twins in same place, but one lived and one was killed
 •  AP releases list of 32 shooting victims
 •  Atlanta Falcons QB donates $10K to families of victims
 •  Police say video offers few new clues
 •  Networks to limit use of Cho video after NBC backlash
 •  Inquest leader: It's too early to judge school's response
 •  Threat shut down Kalamazoo Valley CC
 •  Punahou remains undefeated in baseball
 •  Gunman may have emulated parts of 'Old Boy'
 •  Buffanblu upset Warriors
 •  State to study health of forest bird population
 •  Roy Hallman, Honolulu Boy Choir founder, dies at 82
 •  Statewide day of mourning declared
 •  UH will end spring football with 'Festival' on April 28
 •  Kapolei vigil for VaTech students tonight
 •  Tragedy felt, across miles
 •  Public's help sought in missing Japanese student case
 •  Police Beat: Moped stop leads to credit card theft case
 •  Cho raised concern, but had broken no laws
 •  Police make negligent homicide arrest in 2004 wreck
 •  Brushfire near Nanakuli church extinguished
 •  Vigil set for Sunday at Honolulu Lutheran church
 •  UH middle blocker Dante named all-MPSF second team
 •  State flags at half-staff until sunset on Sunday
 •  'Aiea's Lajola wins again at national tennis tournament
 •  McLachlin shoots 75 in first round of Zurich Classic
 •  2 Kaua'i educators replaced after pot-related arrests
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Next for Sanjaya: singing, acting, modeling, bodyguard
 •  Stop the presses: 'Idol' fans finally oust Sanjaya
 •  Business highlights: Google, Wall Street, oil prices
 •  Dog 'crying for help' found in 'Iao Valley after 3 weeks
 •  Ex-Wahiawa man to be arraigned in tie to traffic death
 •  HPD promotes 33 officers, one civilian
 •  Lingle vetoes bill that adds limits to regents selection
 •  Big Island teen on bench warrant sought by police
 •  Police helicopter used in Makaha arrest
 •  Renovation plan for UH's Gartley Hall advances
 •  Dow has record close for second-straight day
 •  Blue Angels to perform at Kane'ohe air show
 •  High-surf advisory in effect for eastern shores
 •  Highway near Waimea Bay shut from 9 to 11 a.m. today
 •  Tourism officials plan China trip to drum up business
 •  Three U.S. soldiers killed in bombings, shootings
 •  UH researchers lauded for meteorite discovery (news release)
 •  Pothole damage led to Japan mayor's shooting
 •  Honolulu Symphony to play, educate on Big Island
 •  Today's events: keiki stories, dance show, jazz artists
 •  Gates tell Iraqis U.S. commitment not open-ended
 •  Ex-Redskins' QB Schroeder speaking at luncheon
 •  Wyland Waikiki reopens after major renovation
 •  30 Seconds to Mars adds 2nd show; alt-Christians to rock
 •  ResortQuest Hawaii to get new owner
 •  Sustainability fest set at UH-Manoa
 •  Japanese novelist to open UH reading festival
 •  Papaya output up 4 percent in March from February
 •  Firefighter crew sent to brushfire near Honokai Hale
 •  Pearl Harbor credit union members targeted in scam
 •  Free divorce law seminar today
 •  Pipeline work on Nimitz Highway
 •  Kidnapped British journalist said to be still alive
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers

Local News
 •  Preschool too costly? State has unused aid
 •  City to repair 6 major sewer pipes, avoid fine
 •  Panel queries Young on bureau
 •  Meth, firearm charges brought
 •  Lawsuit over OHA funds is dismissed
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Backflips, fakies, ollies on hold
 •  Kaloko Dam trials set for '09
 •  Fire destroys 2 cars in garage
 •  Mariner's Cove without water
 •  Likelike to be closed at night
 •  'Green' grant to UH-West O'ahu
 •  Hospital starts expansion
 •  Mausoleum funds freed up
 •  Deputy AG is judge nominee
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Families will help honor Marines who died in Iraq
EDUCATION
 •  Not just high-tech for its own sake
 •  'Mathletes' beat the odds
 •  'Iolani School fair tomorrow
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Sign clutter a concern at soccer park
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  All-conference JC cornerback to join UH Photo gallery
 •  All's right in their world as UH seniors Video
 •  Trapasso wants intensity to carry over to LaTech series
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  Northridge knocks off USC in MPSF volleyball play-in
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kailua stops Castle for OIA East win, 6-1 Photo gallery Video
 •  Roosevelt beats Kaiser to stay unbeaten Video
 •  Radford rolls past Nanakuli in OIA
 •  Four HRs in a row propel JV team
 •  Golfers take route 69
 •  Today's events
 •  Games on TV
GOLF REPORT
 •  Aloha Section PGA pros lose two Sony Open spots
 •  Ishii returns to defend Mid-Pacific Open title
 •  Science show on ESPN radio
 •  HSGA looking for director
 •  Holes in One
ISLE FILE
 •  Hawai'i-Hilo softball team sweeps through Dixie State
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Fired up
 •  Ladies prove 'Aging' is a hilarious delight
 •  These products can help pets enjoy golden years
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Tinea versicolor is harmless but can recur
 •  Health calendar
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  Know your diet traps, and plan
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Volunteer and help make a difference
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Marlene Sai reflects on her years with Don Ho

Business
 •  Deal reached to sell Kona Beach Hotel
 •  Big plans for Big Island
 •  Shriners hope to raise $14 million for new hospital
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  You're not finished with taxes yet; start on your 2007 return
 •  For children, head start helps
TAXES
 •  IRS gives TurboTax late filers a break
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  BlackBerry blackout cuts off e-mail
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  HGEA members ratify contract

Opinion
 •  Feds should not force death penalty here
 •  Young's review casts Senate in a bad light
COMMENTARY
 •  Reform can be redeeming grace of tragedy
 •  Preserving aesthetics will safeguard history
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday