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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 22, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hawai'i's Yates gets win as Braves rally past Mets
 •  Suns beat Lakers as Kobe goes cold in fourth period
 •  Giants' Bonds hits 740th career home run
 •  American Hall a surprising seventh in marathon debut
 •  U.S. women draw tough group in World Cup soccer
 •  Kenyans lead World Marathon Points men's standings
 •  Nadal beats Federer for third Monte Carlo title in row
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  UH scientist chosen for simulated mission to Mars
 •  Monday's QB Club features farewell to Riley Wallace
 •  Sports tomorrow: ILH baseball playoffs, ILH hoops
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, NBA and NHL playoffs
 •  On the air today: UH baseball, Yanks-Bosox, NBA
 •  Elderly woman dies after being hit in crosswalk on North Kuakini
 •  Hokule'a spots Okinawa
 •  Harrington beats LaTech, 7-2; UH wins baseball series
 •  Maui pro Summers beats Hayashi in Mid-Pacific playoff
 •  Big Island police search for missing man
 •  Search continues for missing Japanese student
 •  Auto theft suspect charged in abuse case
 •  Waikiki man charged in theft case
 •  Kamehameha Highway to be closed tonight at Waimea Bay
 •  Town-bound lanes of Likelike to be closed at nights
 •  Big Isle doctors continue efforts for malpractice reform
 •  Kaua'i survey to count rare native forest birds
 •  Straub security guard cut in scuffle
 •  City to use smoke to test Waipahu sewer lines for leaks
 •  Man at Wai'anae beach says he was stabbed
 •  Police arrest man in forgery case
 •  Trade winds likely to pick up a bit on Monday
 •  Surf on the way down today, should be back up tomorrow
 •  Record high temp for this date: 86 degrees, low 56
 •  Man arrested in sexual assault case
 •  Lawmakers considering 'safe haven' for newborns
 •  Hazardous waste collection on Kaua'i April 28, 29
 •  Car fire reported at Kina'u Street and Ward Avenue
 •  Car crash reported on Castle Street in Kapahulu
 •  Sports today: UH-LaTech baseball

Local News
 •  Will tax refund be much relief?
 •  Isle security tight for deadly viruses Photo gallery Video
 •  Fishing boat explodes at Wai'anae harbor Photo gallery
 •  Dalai Lama expected to pack Maui stadium
 •  Moanalua Valley's future stays forested
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Legislature 2007 update
 •  Tax surcharge adds $14.2M to mass-transit coffers
EDUCATION
 •  Off on a mission to 'Mars on Earth'
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Clean, green fun at Kokua Fest Photo gallery
OTHER NEWS
 •  Pilot killed in crash of Blue Angel jet
 •  Killer's Korean ancestry has no real relevance
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Shooter's rage makes no sense

Sports
 •  UH falls short against Louisiana Tech, 10-9
 •  Safety to join Warriors in '08 Photo gallery Video
 •  Warriors ousted in volleyball
 •  Rainbow Wahine take 2 of 3 from Bulldogs Photo gallery
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Spring practice ends with Saturday's 'Ohana Festival'
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Torres scores 26, lifts Punahou over MPI
 •  OIA Baseball standings
 •  Girls' basketball standings
 •  Today's events
 •  Vierra tosses 5-hitter as Kailua tops Kalani
 •  Leilehua outplays Mililani, 4-3, in baseball
GOLF
 •  Hayashi in front at Mid-Pacific Open
MARTIAL ARTS
 •  Kane'ohe fighter has tall task in K-1 World Grand Prix
FOOTBALL
 •  NFL Draft preview
ISLE FILE
 •  Murray wins discus
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Smiling all the way to the bank

Island Life
 •  It's in your hands
 •  Latest 'Bachelor' casualty an avid fan
 •  Forgiving when it's almost impossible
 •  Audience enthused by rare oratorio
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  It's the season for fitness and asthma
RELATIONSHIPS
 •  I love it when you talk highbrow to me
TELEVISION
 •  Oh Ji Ho will visit with Honolulu fans
 •  Sanjaya believes in staying true to self
PETS
 •  Pets need Neighborhood Watch, too
BOOKS
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Your turn to vote on Hawai'i Book of the Year
 •  What I'm reading: Jake Shimabukuro
 •  Hawai'i best-sellers
 •  Two questions for Haruki Murakami
 •  A gathering of writers, readers
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  A hand, your hand, my heart
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Soul man
 •  Wear your mana'o
'OHANA
 •  Experts advise on raising Dannielynn
 •  Are you ready for Mother's Day?
 •  Babyproofing proves an unending challenge
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Weddings
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Send us your schedule of bon dance festivals
 •  Births

Business
 •  Do-It-Yourself Home contracting
 •  Is Starbucks becoming too frothy?
 •  Got labels? Milk from clones may need them
CONSUMER
 •  For American consumers, imported food is risky business
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawaii status report
 •  Online purchases slow sale of albums
 •  Traveling pets pampered at Isle hotels
 •  Major retailers offering more green products
 •  Getting to the core of worker, company values

Opinion
 •  Veterans' 'invisible wounds' need care
COMMENTARY
 •  Keeping their memories alive
 •  Sustaining our values in a new climate
 •  Stay tuned for more local programming
 •  Korean-Americans need not apologize
 •  S.E. Asia war on terror has mixed record
 •  Hindsight pulling the rug from under the smug
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Prep sports? We've got it covered
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Latest 'Bachelor' casualty an avid fan
 •  Forgiving when it's almost impossible
TELEVISION
 •  Games on TV
 •  Oh Ji Ho will visit with Honolulu fans
 •  Sanjaya believes in staying true to self
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Get lost in rugged beauty
 •  One-time cow town has evolved into a stellar city
 •  At Kilauea Point, birds and history
 •  Americans flocking to adventure among the kiwis in Aotearoa
 •  Holoholo
 •  Let's go: Hawai'i and the world
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Travel almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Aladdin's finally Planet Hollywood