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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 26, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Shaq reaches 25,000-point mark
 •  Boise State has football schedule set
 •  Eat out to fight AIDS on Wednesday
 •  Free fall-prevention seminar to be held Saturday
 •  Hyatt Waikiki launches spa program for men
 •  UH volleyball team ranked No. 13 despite 3-11 record
 •  Starwood names Orr GM of Sheraton Princess Kaiulani
 •  UH alumni members get 2-for-1 baseball ticket deal
 •  UH Alumni Association members get hoops ticket deal
 •  NCL cites Hawai'i challenges in $131M loss in 2006 (news release)
 •  8-time surfing champ Kelly Slater gets back to work
 •  Federer breaks Connors' mark for longest stay at No. 1
 •  UH's ticketing system earns 'Innovator' finalist honor
 •  'Mindful Living' lecture to be part of ArtLunch series
 •  UH men's basketball No. 88 in RPI rating
 •  Local Ruby Tuesday franchisee to open Guam outlet
 •  Entrepreneurial development conference starts today
 •  Dick Pacific awarded $26.4 million contract at Hickam
 •  Singer Cris Williamson to perform at Paliku Theatre
 •  Tower of Power coming to Honolulu
 •  Pacific Marina Inn undergoes $1M renovation project
 •  Ladyfest to present 'Casanova Cabaret'
 •  Local magician to be honored for teaching
 •  Gay civil unions supporter to address Interfaith group
 •  NFL Charities' $5,000 gift will support Operation Hero
 •  Airport viaduct accident slowing town-bound traffic
 •  NCL reports $130.9 million loss for 2006
 •  Standard Parking lands contracts for Hawai'i locations (news release)
 •  Former Tour de France champ Ullrich retires
 •  Indianapolis will keep NFL Combine
 •  Oklahoma back Peterson shines at NFL Combine
 •  On the air tomorrow: Hoops and hockey
 •  On the air today: Hoops, hockey and horses
 •  Arceneaux named Mililani football coach
 •  Pedestrian killed near Makaha Surfside Apartments
 •  83-year-old Canadian charged in Waikiki murder
 •  50 cent whale-watching cruise offered to kama'aina
 •  First Hawaiian Bank robbed in Waikiki
 •  Maui brushfire above Lahaina area flaring up again
 •  Fire burns 50 acres on Moloka'i's west end
 •  ID theft will be topic of meeting
 •  Oceanic customers briefly lose broadband service
 •  Volunteers spot 20 humpback whales every 15 minutes
 •  Slam poets will compete Thursday to qualify for finals
 •  Area lawmakers to tour Kalihi Valley Homes
 •  Teen charged in Big Island shooting death
 •  Bicyclist, 36, injured in Ke'eaumoku Street collision
 •  Driver injured in crash at Geiger, Fort Weaver roads
 •  McDonald's happiest customers come from Hawai'i
 •  Hawaiian Air to expand service to Los Angeles, Seattle
 •  Panel to ponder Hawai'i's economic future
 •  Web site set up to follow Kane'ohe Marine's recovery
 •  Pro Bowl visitor spending drops to $28.03 million
 •  Wet weather expected to taper off tomorrow
 •  Humpback whale sanctuary under small-craft advisory
 •  Winter weather affecting Mainland-bound flights
 •  Bush sidesteps governors' plea on children's healthcare
 •  Obama battles weather to make campaign stop
 •  Watada attorney, professor to debate war case at UH
 •  Monk seal expert sharing her research in UH talk
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  Moloka'i firefighters save home from brushfire
 •  Aloha Petroleum sells ethanol-free gas to boat owners
 •  Costco tightens return policy for consumer electronics
 •  Mililani Sunrise Rotary to meet Wednesday
 •  UH plays nationally rated Virginia in soccer exhibition
 •  Farrington project continues in Waipahu
 •  School achievement all the 'Buzz' in lecture today
 •  Tisdale replaced in Return to Romance fest in Waikiki
 •  Olympian Gardner survives small plane crash
 •  Low-led WSU falls to No. 13; WAC's Nevada No. 10

Local News
 •  Punished Honolulu officers at 6-year low
 •  Leeward dump getting twice the trash Video
 •  Homeowner tax relief on the table
 •  Vets leaving shelters behind
 •  At 71, her mission is cleaning up roads Video
 •  County will run Pualani park
 •  Disney musical taking to stage
 •  Teen safety funds awarded
 •  Median work finishing early
 •  Roosevelt to get artificial surface
 •  Turtle Bay's plans on agenda
 •  Summer youth jobs available
 •  Bookmobile out of service
 •  Wai'anae shelter opens Thursday
 •  Alternative routes for mass transit still in play
 •  Paving way for GI Bill reform
 •  Helicopter pilots training for Iraq learn new tactics
 •  Marines, Army boost Iraq cultural training
 •  Canadian, 83, booked in wife's death
 •  Woman's body found near pond
 •  For the environment
 •  Unrelenting squalls soak voyaging canoes
 •  Gun fired, man's body found on Big Isle
 •  Woman's body found near pond
 •  Volunteers
 •  Obituaries
 •  Book on reef plants satisfies

 •  Wichita State executes rare sweep of 'Bows Photo gallery
 •  Basketball 'Bows make last stand
 •  Running, catching, meeting people fill Ilaoa's busy day
 •  'Iolani girls edge Kamehameha; Punahou boys repeat
 •  Ex-Warrior Satele tops charts in shuttle run, vertical jump
 •  Carll captures Hilo Invitational golf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  It's about time
 •  Men suit up while women go strapless
 •  'Return to Romance' festival focuses on music of love
 •  For Al Gore, an evening of triumph, laughs
 •  Male bonds and spaces between us
 •  Go green with former Honolulu resident
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  $9.4 million for livestock industry?
 •  Call centers battling burnout
 •  Panel backs airport screeners
 •  Hollywood, unions head toward showdown strikes
 •  Office snooze just the answer for drop in productivity
 •  Leadership corner
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Wanted: Ethics to guide city 'junkets'
 •  Recruit bar shouldn't be lowered for Army
 •  Conservatives must reframe climate debate
 •  Plan to sell city properties a win-win deal
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Men suit up while women go strapless
 •  GoldFella Photo gallery
 •  When tying the knot turns bad
 •  TGI Monday