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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 26, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Enos retires as Radford boys basketball coach
 •  Trifonovitch named Punahou boys soccer coach
 •  Rainbow Wahine ousted from WAC tennis tournament
 •  Smoltz, Braves agree on contract extension
 •  State issues citations for unlicensed business activities
 •  Xcel Wetsuits to give share of sales to cancer research
 •  Horizon Lines' Jan.-Mar. profit nearly triples to $7.1M
 •  Aiona to present businesses with 'green' awards
 •  'Butterflies' for pilot who flew Dalai Lama
 •  Twins' Hunter hit in mouth by pitch, requires stitches
 •  NCAA approves ban on text messages for recruiting
 •  Jeter out of Yankees' lineup with bruised thigh
 •  O'Hair leads by one in EDS Byron Nelson Championship
 •  Hilton Waikiki Prince Kuhio donates beds to homeless
 •  A&B names Halloran VP for corporate development
 •  Get tickets Saturday for Na Leo Mother's Day concerts
 •  UH 'Football 'Ohana Festival' Saturday at Aloha Stadium
 •  HIFF Spring Showcase winds up today
 •  Hawai'i Pacific softball moves up one spot in poll
 •  A&B to raise dividend 16 percent to 29 cents a share
 •  Gift to help renovation of Bishop Museum hall
 •  Advertiser's Prescriptions columnist offers seminar
 •  Father Damien celebration set for May 10 at statue
 •  Salsathon looking for winner to represent Islands
 •  Cinco De Mayo fiesta at Events at the Tower
 •  MVT holds auditions for musical
 •  Nadal's winning streak on clay reaches 69
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  UH fundraiser honoring Wallace reaps $200,000
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep basketball, baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH baseball on radio
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, NHL playoffs
 •  Today's ILH baseball tournament schedule
 •  Absentee ballots delay teachers contract vote results
 •  Prep girls basketball, two other sports moving seasons
 •  Fujikawa likely to miss cut
 •  Kealakehe soccer coaches get 5-year state tourney ban
 •  Arrest made over missing Japanese exchange student
 •  Kamehameha baseball eliminated, Punahou loses first
 •  No. 1 'Iolani sinks No. 6 Punahou
 •  Group sales a hot-ticket item for 'Lion King' in Honolulu
 •  O'ahu polls close for voting on teacher contract
 •  Aloha Stadium Authority offers manager job to Chan
 •  Suspect sought in attempted kidnapping of teen girl
 •  Guards accused of gun offenses to be released
 •  Kalihi revitalization summit draws more than 200
 •  Visitor arrivals, spending show resilience in March
 •  Dual missile defense test off Kaua'i successful
 •  Wai'anae man indicted for murder
 •  Man convicted for setting Hilo roommate on fire
 •  Wie won't try to qualify for U.S. Open
 •  Fatal 2005 Maui plane crash stumps investigators
 •  City time capsule placed in Fasi Civic Center marker
 •  Man asleep in running car arrested on multiple counts
 •  Crews responding to pedestrian accident in Mo'ili'ili
 •  Swimmer found dead after hit by wave on Big Island
 •  Girl, 15, escapes kidnap attempt in Mililani
 •  Legislature to investigate Bureau of Conveyances
 •  Inouye, Akaka vote with majority for Iraq troop pullout
 •  Destructive honeybee parasite spreads across O'ahu
 •  Summit on Kalihi revitalization set for 4-7 p.m. today
 •  'Twilight Zone Explorer' studies 'marine snow' off Isles
 •  Dalai Lama notes common Hawaiian, Tibetan values
 •  McLachlin shoots 71, WIlson 74 in Byron Nelson golf
 •  Advertiser's Taylor is advertising executive of the year
 •  Ex-Maui man pleads guilty to trafficking whale teeth
 •  3.6 earthquake gives Big Island early wake-up call
 •  Driver of '89 Nissan 240SX sought in hit-and-run
 •  Wal-Mart says support seen for Supercenter on Kaua'i
 •  Missing kayaker off Big Island believed to be safe
 •  Hilo motorist runs over, kills 2 endangered nene geese
 •  UH routs Pacific in MPSF water polo tourney, 22-8
 •  Woman, 60, reportedly struck by vehicle in Nu'uanu
 •  2 children hurt in multicar crash on H-1 near Waipahu
 •  Stock trading falls flat
 •  Olympic torch route revealed, but Taiwan backs out
 •  Windward areas continue to get brunt of rain
 •  Surf well below advisory levels
 •  Pedestrian safety pilot project to be unveiled
 •  Fire Department to get two new sets of 'jaws of life'
 •  Nani 'O Waianae awarded $5,000
 •  Ala Moana Park reopening at 3 p.m.
 •  Waterline switch to halt service on parts of Kaua'i
 •  Celebrity fashion show May 5 in Waikiki
 •  Revenue slips at Boyd's downtown Las Vegas properties
 •  2 arrested on drug, firearms charges in Kane'ohe
 •  Waikiki Spam Jam street party set for Saturday
 •  Today's events: Salsa class, 'Evita,' Charlie Chan talk
 •  Gere wanted by Indian court for public kiss
 •  Night work scheduled for Likelike Highway
 •  UH Business Plan competitors battle for $20,000 prizes
 •  Sports today: ILH baseball tourney, prep hoops

Local News
 •  25,000 expected at Ho's memorial service
 •  Teachers divided by proposed drug tests
 •  Hale'iwa walkway proposal hits end of road for now
 •  Commercial tax hikes voted
 •  County managers warn of public safety threat Video
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Pygmy sperm whale found dead
 •  Foster parents to hold forum
 •  Fun Day at Dole Plantation
 •  Student music revue slated
 •  How to get book published
 •  Party on down with the town
 •  Thompson in Spring Fling
 •  Signing up kids for summer fun
 •  Public invited to school forum
LEGISLATURE
 •  Political vacancy process vetoed
 •  More funds for new court complex
EDUCATION
 •  Kamehameha Schools' Ka Mo'i 'Best in State'
 •  Brains from 39 states to compete
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Fake bomb shuts parking garage
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Sticker on trash bin is a reminder
OBITUARIES
 •  George Ito, 'Mr. Maui County Fair,' 90
 •  Marsland services on Monday
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Arizona State sinks Hawai'i, 9-2
 •  Seti sorry for QB's injury Photo gallery Video
 •  Fujikawa shoots 76 in Japan pro event
UH SPORTS
 •  Hawai'i facing must-win games
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kailua tops Roosevelt for OIA East title, 5-4 Photo gallery
 •  Kamehameha stops No. 1 'Iolani
 •  Another ILH title for Lim family
 •  Punahou wins sailing regatta
 •  OIA baseball standings
 •  Girls' basketball standings
 •  Games on TV
 •  Today's events
GOLF REPORT
 •  Settling into retirement and improving game
 •  UH third; Gammie WAC player of year
 •  After New Orleans, time for Byron Nelson
 •  U.S. Women's Open deadline Wednesday
 •  Holes in One
ISLE FILE
 •  UH men's hoops season ticket renewals to begin
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH softball keeps hope grounded

Island Life
 •  Foundation building Video
 •  '30 Rock' destined for great things
 •  Tribute seeks Boy Choir grads
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  Teach kids early about nutrition
PRESCRIPTIONS
 •  Body produces vital enzymes, so supplements a waste of money
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Don't keep your distance ...
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Punahou graduates reunite on 'Les Miz' set

Business
 •  Naniloa workers win $100K in serverance
 •  Walk on the charity side
 •  Jimmy Trask, 72, Hawai'i developer
REAL ESTATE
 •  Malls pitching in for Habitat for Humanity
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Know what kind of home mortgage you have
 •  Schwab dangles free checking with high-yield interest
 •  Consider your options when buying home in foreclosure
STOCK MARKET
 •  Dow surges past 13,000 to a record high
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawaiian med school unit closing
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  'Chef Mavro' adding another

Opinion
 •  HSTA should ratify random drug testing
 •  Wolfowitz resignation best for World Bank
COMMENTARY
 •  War against terror remains real and deadly
 •  HHSC bill will strengthen Maui healthcare
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday