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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 23, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Nimitz traffic signals going down for upgrade
 •  Trail to Kalalau Valley on Kaua'i reopened
 •  Utah State's Carroll to enter NBA draft
 •  Expert to address Hawaii Venture Capital Association
 •  Tissue Genesis names Gentzkow chief medical officer
 •  VIDEO: UH football players explain their tattoos
 •  Business highlights: Hasbro, Microsoft, Foot Locker
 •  Author David Halberstam dies in car crash
 •  'Fashion Show for the Earth' tomorrow at Pearl
 •  Hearing today on funds for affordable housing in Maui
 •  Yankees' top pitching prospect to debut on Thursday
 •  ILH and OIA girls water polo standings
 •  Warriors remain No. 9 in men's volleyball poll
 •  Rainbow Wahine lead WAC golf tournament
 •  NYC bans metal baseball bats in high school games
 •  Local chapter of U.S.-China friendship group to meet
 •  Ochoa overtakes Sorenstam as No. 1 women's golfer
 •  Coaches ask NCAA to delay text-message decision
 •  Las Vegas Bowl moves to Saturday before Christmas
 •  OIA baseball standings
 •  ILH and OIA girls basketball standings
 •  Report: Follow-up tests positive on Landis samples
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  Dow falls short of hitting 13,000 mark
 •  Chronology of Yeltsin's life, career
 •  Hawaiian Holdings to announce 1st-quarter earnings
 •  Bankoh releases first-quarter earnings
 •  Changes to ILH baseball tournament schedule
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep basketball, tennis, water polo
 •  Sports today: ILH baseball playoffs, basketball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, NBA playoffs
 •  On the air today: baseball, NBA and NHL playoffs
 •  Mililani's Yoshimoto wins OIA girls tennis crown
 •  Fujishige captures boys OIA tennis title
 •  'Iolani, Kamehameha MPI win in ILH baseball tourney
 •  'Iolani tops Maryknoll, 60-40, in ILH basketball
 •  Woman killed in crosswalk Sunday identified
 •  Off-duty officer fires shot at alleged auto thieves
 •  Brushfire near Waikele reported 'contained'
 •  Hawai'i's commemorative quarter chosen
 •  Tentative agreement reached in UPW negotiations
 •  Wie will return to play in May — if doctor says OK
 •  Man sentenced in fatal stabbing of girlfriend
 •  UH softball's Robinson named WAC Pitcher of the Week
 •  Wiccans to add pentacle to veterans' tombstones
 •  2 Halawa Prison guards arrested on weapons charges
 •  No decision today on Kamehameha Schools case
 •  Tickets for 'Lion King' on sale Saturday
 •  Superferry offers reduced fares for kids, seniors
 •  Senate committee opposes retaining DLNR director
 •  Soldier: Flags lowered for VaTech; why not for troops?
 •  Hickam airman pleads guilty in shooting of roommate
 •  Police Beat: Wai'anae beachgoer reports stabbing
 •  Hokule'a voyaging canoe pulls into Okinawa harbor
 •  Police ID suspect in Peace Corps murder case
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Maui senators make position known on 'fake farms'
 •  Swell bringing up to 20-foot surf on northern shores
 •  Sanjaya in demand after 'Idol' as media's It Boy
 •  Taxi meter inspections on O'ahu start today
 •  Ex-Russian president Boris Yeltsin dies of heart failure
 •  Bell tolls amid VaTech's silent return to classes
 •  HPD to mark 75th anniversary with gala fundraiser
 •  Native Hawaiian film festival opens today
 •  Today's events: book sale, Shakespeare's birthday, 4D
 •  Kamehameha Highway on North Shore reopens today
 •  Waipahu Elementary honoring local author
 •  AIDS walk raises more than $150,000
 •  Ala Moana park closes for two-day maintenance effort
 •  City's centennial time capsule to be dedicated
 •  State urges licensed professionals to renew online (news release)
 •  Traffic signals on Nimitz at Sand Island will be out tonight
 •  AAA Hawaii supports bill to help stranded motorists (news release)
 •  Sewage spill in Pearl Harbor
 •  Hawaiian Air customers can earn miles on Continental
 •  Library to host steel guitar concert
 •  Libraries to celebrate Free Comic Book Day
 •  Keiki Water Fest and Waipahu cleanup set for Saturday
 •  Strong trade winds, showers dominate forecast
 •  QB Club bids farewell to Riley Wallace today
 •  'Disturbia' No. 1 at weekend box office again

Local News
 •  'Ewa eager for Fort Weaver widening
 •  City disputes EPA's sewage-plant orders
 •  Woman fatally struck in crosswalk
 •  Diets only a 'temporary fix,' UCLA study says
 •  City considers tougher tactics for illegal rentals
 •  West Maui bypass 'really for real'
 •  Ninety-foot towers? One hurdle cleared
 •  Sewer testing to continue
 •  Five-day summer camps offered
 •  Sidewalk repair to begin today
 •  Library to stop passport aid
 •  Buy books cheap at sale
 •  Center to be certified green
 •  Help craft wildfire plan
 •  Disability policy goes back to '85
 •  Newspaper at Hickam saluted
 •  U.S. support boosts Philippines
 •  Blue Angels pilot 'knew what he wanted'
 •  Student test scores may rise this year
 •  Police continue search for missing woman
 •  A kick-butt cleanup at Sandy's
 •  Hokule'a catches sight of Okinawa
 •  Class at Maui hospital helps prepare returning nurses
 •  Men injured in boat blast remain in hospital
 •  Kaka'ako park fees considered
 •  Obituaries
 •  The depths of water in our Islands

 •  UH tames Bulldogs to win WAC series Photo gallery
 •  Summers wins playoff for Mid-Pacific Open Photo gallery
 •  Hundreds paddled from the heart
 •  Lulu of race for Tresnak Jr.
 •  Punahou boys, girls win ILH JV track and field titles
 •  BIIF track and field results
 •  Today's events
 •  Hawai'i-Hilo softball sweeps Chaminade
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Ten tips for a home French manicure Video
 •  Catty drama keeps 'Bachelor' juicy
 •  Crew of 'Deadliest Catch' adrift in sea of dangers
 •  Call me a sports hamster
 •  For Masi Oka, playing a hero is 'destiny'
 •  Skyscraper climbing has its benefits, fans
 •  Spidey fans, we want you!
 •  Nominate a woman who is creating a better world
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  How to handle being laid off
 •  Local businesses unite, share Mana in Waikiki
 •  Clergy find most job satisfaction and happiness, study says
 •  Workers' stress levels down 23%, study finds
 •  Would you sign a 'love contract'?
 •  Leadership corner Audio
 •  Presidential debates online
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Planning should begin on retirees' benefits
 •  Leaders must rethink regents selection plan
 •  Honolulu's sewage-work plan best option
 •  Al Gore got it right on global warming
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Ten tips for a home French manicure Video
 •  For Masi Oka, playing a hero is 'destiny'
 •  TGI Monday