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Articles for February 14, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Crusaders, Warriors in ILH DI basketball final
 •  Kaimuki, Kalaheo to play for OIA hoops title
 •  Autopsy: teacher died of drowning
 •  Singletary first to interview for Chargers' job
 •  Report: State prison population up 21 percent by 2011
 •  OIA basketball playoff schedule for today thru Friday
 •  Plans for Jesuit event under way at UH Newman Center
 •  Jeffrey Samuels Real Estate opens Kapolei office
 •  Yale University invests in REIT with Hawai'i ties
 •  Lihu'e man competing to win Ace Hardware store
 •  Association ranks Hawai'i 12th for food-related travel
 •  On the air tomorrow: ILH playoffs, UH women hoops
 •  Trade group sets annual building & remodeling awards
 •  Ocean Club throws Mardi Gras party Feb. 20
 •  Speed & Quickness clinics Saturday, Sunday
 •  UH alumni, faculty get ticket deal for women's hoops
 •  Valentine's deal for today's UH-USC volleyball match
 •  Online auditions give Hawai'i chance on 'Hottest Mom'
 •  On the air today: OIA hoop playoffs, UH volleyball
 •  Patty Clayton to perform country-western March 3
 •  Jackie's Kitchen to host 'Lost' viewing party tonight
 •  Voyaging canoes cross International Dateline
 •  Testing of teachers advocated after new drug arrest
 •  Stant named new Kamehameha football coach
 •  Utah State tops UH in men's basketball, 58-50
 •  Punahou teacher drowned, autopsy shows
 •  '4-star' cornerback to play for Warriors
 •  Police Beat: Ex-boyfriend arrested in robbery incident
 •  Deputy's alleged killer indicted; bail set at $5 million
 •  Low's late free throws lift No. 10 WSU to 65-61 win
 •  Police recover woman's body near Makapu'u Lookout
 •  Ka'apana among 30 Hawaii Music Award winners
 •  Police to deliver valentines, jaywalking reminders
 •  S.F. reporters avoid jail time as lawyer pleads guilty
 •  Kalihi man pleads guilty in girlfriend's stabbing death
 •  Squirrel diverts Tokyo-to-Dallas flight to Honolulu
 •  Rev. Okano named as Honpa Hongwanji Mission bishop
 •  Confirm flights if traveling to storm-hit East Coast
 •  Weather's on sweethearts' side, but only for a day
 •  Hawai'i ranked sixth-worst state for identity fraud
 •  Voyaging canoes cross international date line
 •  'Heart to Heart Day' at UH has hundreds volunteering
 •  Small Valentine's Day surf will give way to large swell
 •  Big Island's DUI total jumps with 30 arrests last week
 •  Conspiring to defraud IRS earns son four-month term
 •  State Judiciary offers free small claims seminar
 •  Signs posted after small sewage spill into Kalihi Stream
 •  Affordable senior apartments dedicated today
 •  Hearing in Hilo on Young Brothers' rate-hike request
 •  Roosevelt, Leilehua, Kalani, Punahou win in soccer
 •  East Hawai'i transportation meeting set
 •  UH women's hoops coach Bolla released from hospital
 •  Auntie Pasto's plans 1st Neighbor Island outlet on Maui
 •  Student mediators to attend 'Power to the Peaceful'
 •  Greenland educators studying schools here
 •  Use of 'hapa' rises among Asian-Americans nationally
 •  State urged to approve local earned income tax credit
 •  FHB gets 'outstanding' community investment rating
 •  Hawai'i manufacturing jobs fall by 5.6% in 2006
 •  Beyonce on cover of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue
 •  Pu'uloa project ongoing
 •  Legislative bill tracker featured on Web site

Local News
 •  FBI investigating deputy's death
 •  Copter crashes spur call for tougher rules
 •  Nonprofit wants to buy city properties
 •  Summer school crisis looms
 •  City's transit proposal advances
LEGISLATURE
 •  House bill aims to ban taro testing for 5 years
 •  One sex-offender measure advances; GPS bumped
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Child support enforcement ripped
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Software issues force Raptors to turn back
EDUCATION
 •  Homeschooled student sails into spelling bee final round
OTHER NEWS
 •  Voices of homeless will carry
 •  Heroes of Humanity to be feted
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Moped accident victim stable
OBITUARIES
 •  Service tomorrow for teacher
 •  Obituaries
JIM DOOLEY
 •  UH got off lightly on dorm audit

Sports
 •  UH men's basketball on fastbreak to Utah St.
 •  No playing politics here
 •  All's Wright with ex-Rainbow Video
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Warriors' JC recruit class 8th in nation
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  Warriors see no reason to panic
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  Radford ends six-year absence from states
 •  Maryknoll rallies in ILH D-I tournament
 •  Thompson forfeits OIA playoff victory
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Beth McLachlin recovers from fall
GOLF
 •  Tadd tees off at 12:20 p.m.
 •  Strong field for LPGA season opener
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  Sumner earns softball honor
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Sitting pretty in Manoa

Island Life
 •  Look of love
 •  Statue at Blaisdell will mark a historic Elvis moment
 •  Becoming Evangeline, by choice
 •  Wheel strong: Bikes made for heavy cyclists
MOVIES
 •  Stars make beautiful 'Music' together
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Reichel album first to go gold
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Pupu and a pair of flicks
TASTE
 •  Gourmet amigos Video
 •  Go Brazilian: Turn cooking bananas into 'tacos'
 •  Add protein, fat to bagels to make breakfast last longer
 •  Concocting the perfect brownie a labor of love
 •  Culinary calendar
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Forgo the usual, try elegant sake instead
QUICK BITES
 •  Pitching in for Hawai'i's junior golfers
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Blanched or fried, bacon rules

Business
 •  Leeward Coast might get $75M in tax credits
 •  Another outfit at home on N. Shore
 •  Got a sick iPod? The doctor is in
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Divorce can take toll on workplace
 •  Google opening up its free Gmail to all
 •  Kennedy wants SEC to review stock sale
 •  Soaring trade deficit blamed for U.S. job losses
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Barnwell reports earnings plunge

Opinion
 •  Pedestrian safety must be top priority
COMMENTARY
 •  Cupid's Day it's about the accouterments
 •  Let's require a dress code for presidential candidates
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  HGEA investment pays off in contract talks
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Stars make beautiful 'Music' together
 •  TGI Wednesday