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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 21, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  McKinley beats Seabury to reach D2 semifinals
 •  UH softball team (12-2) sweeps Loyola Marymount
 •  Tom, first Asian-American to win Olympic medal, dies
 •  Larger crowds expected for UH-Wichita baseball series
 •  Larger crowds expected for UH-Wichita baseball series (news release)
 •  Renewable-energy firm, eying Islands, raises $113 million in financing
 •  Woods, Mickelson advance in Match Play Championship
 •  Shidler Group buys ANA Kalakaua Center for $30M
 •  Trader Vic's plans to open restaurant on Maui
 •  Nevada's Fox finalist for national coach of the year
 •  5 UH women hoop players in final home game Saturday
 •  Cherry Blossom fashion show is Saturday
 •  Top-seeded state hoops team, Punahou, on TV tonight
 •  Little Caesar's looking to add more Hawai'i restaurants
 •  Small business global export forum set March 7
 •  'Beauty and the Beast' benefit to honor philanthropist
 •  Analyst downgrades Boyd Gaming Corp. shares
 •  Royal Hawaiian Band to play at Royal Hawaiian
 •  Hawai'i Jan. papaya output down 17% from year ago
 •  Beer lovers feast set for March 8 on Big Island
 •  'Cherry Orchard' opens March 30 at HPU theater
 •  Church Women United to host Day of Prayer gathering
 •  Episcopal Diocese of Hawai'i to ordain its fifth bishop
 •  On the air tomorrow: State hoops semifinals, LPGA
 •  On the air today: State hoops, Lakers, match play golf
 •  Affordable housing conference kicks off today
 •  Applicants sought for Maui summer jobs program (news release)
 •  Whale video, lecture set for Discovery Center
 •  Division I State basketball scoreboard completed
 •  Division II State Basketball scoreboard completed
 •  End of era as Kamehameha-Hawaii topples 'Iolani
 •  Taller Punahou holds off Moanalua to gain D1 semis
 •  Kaimuki squeezes past Saint Louis to gain D1 semis
 •  Kalaheo whips KS-Maui to reach D1 semifinals
 •  Apartment resident treated for smoke inhalation after fire
 •  New transit plan has Salt Lake in, airport out
 •  Jack Johnson Kokua Festival sells out fast
 •  No. 12 Wichita State sweeps UH-Hilo, 'Bows up next
 •  First Asian-American Olympic medalist dies
 •  Fire fully contained in populated area near Lahaina
 •  Gun, drug charges filed against moped-theft suspect
 •  'Dog' Chapman still fighting extradition to Mexico
 •  Sentencing postponed for suspect in deputy's murder
 •  HPD announces promotions, transfers
 •  Big City Diner to open Pearlridge restaurant
 •  Man charged in attempted burglary
 •  No serious injuries result from bicycle-car collision
 •  Fujikawa answers your questions live on Thursday
 •  Honolulu '06 inflation up 5.9%, biggest rise in 15 years
 •  Coke to put caffeine content on all its beverage labels
 •  Man may face sex-assault charges involving juveniles
 •  Grant aims to help improve Native Hawaiians' health
 •  Kupuna to discuss traditional healing arts
 •  Surf stand workers tip police to Waikiki theft incident
 •  Neighbor alerts police to Kalihi break-in incident
 •  States turning to private firms to manage toll roads
 •  Rotary Club plans work at American Legion Building
 •  Affordable-housing discussion under way at conference
 •  New director selected for UH Manoa's Lyon Arboretum
 •  No injuries in six-car H-1 crash near Leeward college
 •  Large oil-spill exercise to be held off O'ahu's shores
 •  Officials find no injuries in Hale'iwa dispute incident
 •  Suspect still sought in Mililani Subway robbery case
 •  Comedian: No apologies for having a Hawai'i house
 •  Copper thefts common across the country
 •  High winds beginning to weaken
 •  Marathon noise to be discussed by neighborhood board
 •  Maile Amber Alert test to broadcast statewide
 •  Marines hosting Mud Operations at Nu'upia Ponds
 •  Kaua'i utility board candidates at public forum Thursday
 •  JPAC teams return to Hawai'i after monthlong mission
 •  Meth suspect charged, held without bail on Kaua'i
 •  Lingle releases $505K for school shelter in Kapolei
 •  Lana'i healthcare tops agenda for Council of Advisors
 •  High surf advisory extended until 6 p.m.
 •  Big Island police arrest 21 for DUI in one week
 •  Voyaging canoes leave Majuro Atoll for Pohnpei
 •  Wahiawa Neighborhood Board meets Monday
 •  Korean groups to celebrate Year of the Boar
 •  Kaimuki board to focus on parking issues tonight
 •  'Lost' actors to offer HTY benefit reading
 •  Disney flick set in 'Hawai'i' being shot in New Zealand
 •  Broken water pipe on Ala Moana near Ward repaired
 •  Pu'uloa project ongoing
 •  Millionaire at 16 to speak on 'Success at Any Age'
 •  'Power of Aloha' to be discussed
 •  UH gets $100,000 for Egypt study
 •  Online ballots offered in neighborhood boards election
 •  'Geometry of Space' math lecture this afternoon at UH
 •  'Last Comic Standing' Phan coming to Hawaiian Hut
 •  Ticket deals, free pass for military at sporting events

Local News
 •  U.S. funds for Island homeless off slightly
 •  City Council members get free trip to Europe
 •  TV station KGMB attracts Mainland buyer
 •  Maui reserve in path of fire
 •  Murder suspect in court today
 •  Obama rallies thousands, raises $1 million in L.A.
 •  School's farm program imperiled
 •  Driver arrested in bus stop threats
 •  Vaccination registry on way
 •  Micronesians' eyes opened to cancer checks
 •  Work starts on memorial to 4,800 WWII internees
 •  Man who loaded gun used in girlfriend's death charged
 •  Sirius will air in Isles but not by satellite
 •  Pipe break closes Ala Moana lanes
 •  Motocross crash victim lived to ride
 •  Obituaries
 •  Double-dip on 89-day state deal

 •  'Iolani makes statement by rolling over Baldwin Photo gallery
 •  Moanalua rallies to OT win
 •  Kim lone golfer from Hawai'i in Fields' field
 •  Boys Division I and II Tournaments
 •  St. Louis rolls past Campbell Photo gallery
 •  Academy of Pacific beats Kaua'i
 •  Kalaheo struggles past Honoka'a in first round, 47-37
 •  Hilo event this week
 •  All work and no play for Peters
 •  Michigan St. tops No. 1 Wisconsin
 •  Nobriga pitching in to help Cal Poly
 •  Water polo's O'Sullivan scores in homecoming
 •  Wichita State sweeps Hilo
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Not invisible
 •  May cause laughter: Book compiles weird warnings
 •  Steps to work through guilt
 •  One man's work turned tide against fruit flies worldwide
 •  Winning the fight for women's sports at UH
 •  Young UH chemist found way to treat Hansen's disease
 •  Deserve an extreme home makeover? Show seeks families
 •  'Studio 60' about ready for a curtain call
 •  Get 'Lost' among fans
 •  A top chef returns Video
 •  Two deliciously rich desserts for lovers of coffee
 •  A reduced-calorie eggplant lasagna
 •  Party recipes that won't pack on pounds Video
 •  Chicken breast gets new life in zesty Asian wrap
 •  Benno's gazpacho a refined refresher
 •  Forget frying; use crackers for crunch
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Ground-meat substitute lightens quick lasagna
 •  France honors one of Hawai'i's top chefs
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  A Chinese approach to turkey

 •  Tracking illegal rentals, B&Bs
 •  Credit service loses IRS status
 •  Capitalizing on her grouchiness Video
 •  Hawaiian Air cuts loss almost $10M on revenue increase
 •  Kraft plan aiming for '09 revival
 •  Sirius, XM say merger fitting for radio market
 •  Merck ends lobbying for HPV vaccine
 •  Matson's surcharge for fuel going up
 •  Internet service offering prizes

 •  Feds must scale back immigrant fee hikes
 •  Genocide in Darfur demands state divest
 •  Critics of past policy now lead Iraq team
 •  Choosing the right lunch partners
 •  A lot more Aloha Stadium answers needed
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Deserve an extreme home makeover? Show seeks families
 •  'Studio 60' about ready for a curtain call
 •  TGI Wednesday