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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 27, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Former UH volleyball star Kamana'o to hold clinics
 •  Trigg faces Lawler in mixed martial-arts event in March
 •  Surfing lessons for beginners to be held Sunday
 •  Packers have interest in Raiders' Moss and his baggage
 •  WAC basketball tournament seeding on line this week
 •  Youth soccer all-star game set for March 24
 •  Film on global warming airs tonight
 •  Pacific Digital Signs wins Hyatt Regency contract
 •  Robert Clarke to join geothermal power company
 •  UH alumni members get 2-for-1 baseball ticket deal
 •  Votes in for baseball Hall of Fame: No veterans get in
 •  AT&T invested $30M in Hawai'i cell service since '05
 •  Cox Radio says lower Hawai'i sales a drag on profits
 •  Lucky Brand Jeans to open Waikiki store this summer
 •  Mantras to be part of First Friday
 •  Kona Brewing beer sales up 30% to 1.4M gallons in '06
 •  Els-designed 'Ewa golf course on track for 2009 finish
 •  Ecumenical Chorale offers 'I Have a Dream' concert
 •  Unity Church screens 'Illusion' drama
 •  HTY play focuses on the senses
 •  Bishop Museum lab earns honor
 •  Kalaniana'ole traffic backed up nearly to Hawai'i Kai
 •  Morning commute slow, but moving along
 •  AT&T completes $30 million Hawai'i project
 •  Cheney escapes suicide attack; three killed
 •  On the air tomorrow: Maryland vs. Duke in hoops
 •  On the air today: Not much, just hoops, hockey
 •  Foodbank hunger campaign rewarded with $100,000
 •  Dick Pacific receives $26.4 million contract
 •  Council approves Salt Lake transit route
 •  Moped rider critically injured in Kaimuki
 •  Fund benefits Army couple assaulted in Waikele
 •  Carissa Moore, 14, upsets world surf champ in Australia
 •  UH softball team breaks into national rankings
 •  Police nab masked men in Waikiki with jewelry, cash
 •  Winds spur Moloka'i's west-end fire to burn 140 acres
 •  Former City Council member Mirikitani disbarred
 •  Firefighters surround minor brushfire in Pearl City
 •  Asia markets dive after worst Wall Street day since 9/11
 •  Star of Honolulu's anniversary 50-cent cruise sells out
 •  HECO boosts solar heating rebate to $1,000 from $750
 •  FBI opens investigation into Waikele assault
 •  Hearing set for Canadian, 83, in wife's stabbing death
 •  Lingle, Inouye at odds over Kalaeloa land
 •  Visitor industry data shows slowdown in January
 •  Interior secretary to join first lady for Hawai'i visit
 •  Friday movie openings include 'Wild Hogs,' 'Zodiac'
 •  Teachers union head answers your questions tomorrow
 •  Museum's conservation exhibit wins national honor
 •  Capitol debate: Where to use aquarium's $75 million
 •  Sen. Akaka lauds staff expansion at veteran's centers
 •  'Hats Off' fundraiser benefiting Red Cross begins Friday
 •  Filipino-American veterans ask Rep. Hirono for support
 •  Upcoming Honolulu Festival to bridge Pacific cultures
 •  St. Andrew's Priory School teacher recognized
 •  Tax Foundation president is guest speaker at luncheon
 •  Neighborhood board to hear Kennedy Theater plans
 •  Blood drive Thursday at Manoa Marketplace
 •  Kunia plantation closure hits Del Monte's bottom line
 •  U.S. soldier killed in Afghan attack during Cheney visit
 •  Fee hikes for recreational boaters kick in Thursday
 •  Big Island police arrest 25 for DUI in week's span
 •  Young Brothers' rate request tops Kaua'i meeting today
 •  Parker School will recycle your old telephone books
 •  O'ahu restaurants to join AIDS fight with donations
 •  Several blood drives slated for March
 •  Manoa Walk at UH closed for construction project
 •  Warning sirens to be tested statewide Thursday
 •  Fiji military blamed for causing teen's death
 •  Best surf expected off eastern shores
 •  Moloka'i brushfire contained
 •  Packers have interest in Raiders' Moss and his baggage
 •  Man arrested 2 minutes after Kapahulu bank robbery
 •  The Bistro at Century Center seeking new location
 •  Obama campaigns across Ohio, promises many returns
 •  Trade winds, scattered showers stick around
 •  UH alumni members get ticket deal to hoops game
 •  Lanes will be closed along H-3
 •  Marathon noise to be discussed by neighborhood board
 •  Windward car dealer's spokesdog dies

Local News
 •  Doctors report increase in influenza cases Video
 •  USS Hawaii on its way to Islands by 2009
 •  Hate crime not ruled out in Waikele assault
 •  83-year-old allegedly stabbed wife to death
 •  Governor assails transit route
 •  Students' farmland may be salvaged Video
 •  College pushes hard for new library
 •  Two flare-ups from 1,000-acre fire
 •  Big City Diner to hold job fair
 •  Climate change grant awarded
 •  Fishing ban could be lifted
 •  Park planning to be discussed
 •  Board meeting set for March 6
 •  New facility for golf course?
 •  Quake loans total $25.5 Million
 •  A day of mourning at Mililani High
 •  Teacher seeking bail on federal drug counts
 •  Man, 63, killed in Makaha hit-run
 •  Makakilo man held in extortion attempt
 •  Whales: 20 counted for every 15 minutes
 •  Twist in child-abuse case
 •  Community calendar
 •  'Lost' stars loan skills to children's theater
 •  Family on Mainland puzzled by Dallas man's death on H-1
 •  Obituaries

 •  Many great times at home sweet home
 •  Arceneaux will lead Mililani football
 •  Senas talented beyond years
 •  Ex-Warrior lineman breaks down at worst possible time
 •  Advertiser basketball poll
 •  Koki excelled at plate, hot corner
 •  Robinson shut down competition OIA east
 •  Hanamaikai was versatile for Wai'anae OIA White
 •  Top teams at Nitta baseball event
 •  UH soccer to host Virginia March 9
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Things need to be sorted out

Island Life
 •  Flirty affair
 •  Hughes' 'Wipeout' rides a wave of mystery
 •  More flirtations
 •  Co-sleeping leads only to problems
 •  In love, life, Mom knows best
 •  Telling HerStory
 •  Tube Notes
 •  The Force is with the Big Island as Lucas visits

 •  Pro Bowl sees decline in visitors, spending
 •  'Forever' stamps good even with rate hike
 •  Extortion charges dropped in MySpace case
 •  NCL cruise operations sailing in a sea of red
 •  Office 2007 commands improved
 •  Marketers tap virtual worlds
 •  Greenspan warns of possible recession
 •  Obtaining a patent takes time and money
 •  Hawaiian Air adding flights

 •  Check politics at door in today's transit vote
 •  Studies will improve dam safety proposal
 •  Innovation requires a stronger workforce
 •  We must find positive role models for girls
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday