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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 12, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH's Tausaga, Smethurst WAC Softball Players of Week
 •  Chargers fire Schottenheimer
 •  Arizona 16-year-old qualifies for LPGA's SBS Open
 •  Wahiawa's Leroy Chincio wins slot on World Poker Tour
 •  Hawai'i joins EPA energy partnership
 •  Retired running back Tiki Barber to join NBC
 •  Free diver aboard research vessel dies on Lana'i
 •  AntiGravity trampolinist injured during performance
 •  Video-game expert to talk at UH on Feb. 28
 •  Ticket deals for UH women's basketball games
 •  Low-led WSU ranked No. 10; WAC's Nevada No. 11
 •  Hawai'i shrimp expert to speak at Mainland conference
 •  Kane'ohe's Wilson earning his share on PGA Tour
 •  'Surf and turf' photo show highlights Island artists
 •  Donato Loperfido will cook Valentine's dinner at Vino
 •  Kane'ohe's Wilson 67th in golf world ranking
 •  Eagles' Reid takes leave to deal with family issues
 •  Servco Pacific sells part of educational supplies unit
 •  Bishop Museum science day set for March 31
 •  Maui's Kihei Caffee serves pasteurized shell eggs (news release)
 •  Four Seasons Hotels bought for $3.8B, taken private
 •  Hawaiian Airlines names Russell Chew operations chief
 •  Nominations under way for Windward teen arts awards
 •  Ask anything about hepatitis in free forum Thursday
 •  Annual dance concert sets heart/land theme
 •  Teen slack-key artist in demand adds 2nd concert
 •  Latin music festival turns up the heat in May
 •  King Street's kokohead-bound lanes reopen
 •  On the air tomorrow: Hoops, hockey
 •  On the air today: UH-New Mexico State hoop game
 •  Fans encouraged to wear white for tonight's UH game
 •  Punahou teacher dies on school expedition off Lana'i
 •  Day's 3rd pedestrian accident occurs on Kapi'olani
 •  Authorities ID woman killed in Big Island wreck
 •  Gunman dies after killing 5 at Salt Lake City mall
 •  Kanewai crash victim identified
 •  Diamond Head fall victim identified
 •  Maui Coast Guard crew assists with diver rescue effort
 •  UH's Harrington named WAC Pitcher of the Week
 •  'Less obtrusive' sewer work starts in Niu Valley
 •  Frear Trust pitches in for Bishop Museum upgrades
 •  Man charged in deputy sheriff's shooting death
 •  Pedestrian hit near Beretania Street, Pali Highway
 •  Vehicle hits woman, 40, in Kapalama area
 •  Go! offers $29 one-way fare; Aloha, Hawaiian match
 •  Man, 75, hit by vehicle on King St. taken to Queen's
 •  Cancer Research Center to host information day
 •  Arson suspected in early-morning church fire
 •  Hawaiian Bible project benefits from OHA grant
 •  Week starts off with sunny days, some showers at night
 •  Coast Guard to evaluate fishing vessel gutted by fire
 •  Small-craft advisory for waters south of Big Island
 •  Muliwai Trail, Waimanu campground reopens today
 •  Surfing rookies have till Thursday before swell arrives
 •  Free lecture at UH on post-9/11 Afghanistan, Iraq
 •  New Mexico St. tops Hawai'i in men's basketball, 71-68
 •  State pension fund gains $500 million in 4th quarter
 •  Kahala Hotel & Resort workers ratify 4-year contract
 •  Hawai'i signs clean-energy pact with EPA
 •  UH men's volleyball (2-8) falls to No. 12
 •  Foreclosure rate on Hawai'i homes rose in January
 •  Car crash victim's father arrested in assault incident
 •  Some Fort Weaver lanes to close for resurfacing work
 •  Valentine ticket deal for UH volleyball match vs. USC

Local News
 •  Deputy sheriff 'always wanted to help'
 •  Civil union bills take legislative stage
 •  David Boynton was nature buff
 •  Flight back to health, freedom
 •  'Perfect sail' to atoll praised
 •  Obama fires back at Australian premier on Iraq
 •  Mail-order medicines would help
 •  'Quilts of Valor' comfort the wounded
 •  Air Force cadets face inquiry on cheating
 •  $12B hike proposed for VA
 •  For the environment
 •  Coqui frogs found near Kamilo Nui spur worries
 •  Grants
 •  Coast Guard keeping eye on burned boat
 •  Bill to legalize prostitution looks for more support
 •  Volunteers
 •  Driver sought in fatal hit-run of tot
 •  Obituaries
 •  U.S. cars fail to make 'green' list

 •  Fujikawa wins Pearl Open by a stroke Photo gallery
 •  Rainbows take on talent-rich Aggies
 •  Baseball 'Bows sweep Pacific, 8-3
 •  UH softball tops No. 15 Nebraska
 •  Kamehameha cheerleaders capture national title
 •  Fujikawa planning to slow down, maybe go on 'Oprah'
 •  For Ilaoa, there's little time for anything else but training
 •  Wichmann sets UH hurdles mark
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Dixie Chicks, Blige break through
 •  Slack key snags third Hawaiian Grammy
 •  49th Annual Grammy Award Winners
 •  Beyoncé collects three Soul Train nominations
 •  Vow to carry forth a legacy
 •  'Jericho' returns with promise of answers
 •  Sexy elegance was the theme on red carpet
 •  Single file, just in case
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  State raises patients' living allowance
 •  Floral shops bloom as Valentine's Day nears
 •  Balance is key to avoiding burnout
 •  Tourism hopes to ride golf stars' wake
 •  Prioritize, focus to multitask
 •  Internet resume can bring problems
 •  Keep office romance on the up-and-up
 •  Changing jobs is normal during search for career satisfaction
 •  Leadership corner Audio
 •  New BlackBerry thinner, loaded
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Visa process overdue for updates, waivers
 •  New city plan on rentals encouraging
 •  Moving prisoners out of state a bad idea
 •  Iraq also becoming a battle over words
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Jericho' returns with promise of answers
 •  Beyoncé collects three Soul Train nominations
 •  Romance fest teams up with Martha Stewart
 •  TGI Monday