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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 28, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH women's volleyball team to play exhibition March 15
 •  UH-Hilo baseball postponed by rain
 •  Capsule look at what teams need in NFL free agency
 •  Interisland carrier go!'s planes were 58.4% full in Jan.
 •  Longs Drug reports 24% drop in quarterly profits
 •  Rodney Ito named GM of Waikoloa Beach Marriott
 •  Top hoop teams in Punahou Wahine Spring Classic
 •  Hawai'i No. 1 in producing NCAA DI football prospects
 •  Convergence CT announces joint venture with IBM (news release)
 •  Kina'u off-ramp still closed as police investigate scene
 •  Minako Ishii holds Girls' Day photo exhibit Friday
 •  Microsoft to brief local businesses on Windows Vista (news release)
 •  New Web site focuses on 'healthy' Big Island vacations
 •  Green House to hold kapa making workshop March 10
 •  Two AAAAA Rent-A-Space facilities sold to Utah firm
 •  Hawaiian music scholarships offered
 •  Maui mom's story in 'Chicken Soup'
 •  Young Brothers hires Ohtomo to manage planning
 •  Maryland firm wins $15M contract at Hickam AFB
 •  Longs Drugs elects Dilsaver to board of directors
 •  La Pietra event to include 'Today' show package
 •  Lei Day queen, court contest set for Saturday
 •  Lutheran choirs to perform Lenten Bach vespers
 •  Honolulu Chorale festival to feature five choral groups
 •  Portland State to hire UH's Glanville
 •  Town-bound traffic backups clearing at H-1/H-2 merge
 •  Ultimate fighting has drawing power on pay-per-view
 •  Schumacher Cargo to provide shipping to Hawai'i (news release)
 •  UH baseball ticket deal all week for alumni members
 •  UH alumni members get ticket deal for Thurs. hoops
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH hoops, UCLA-WSU
 •  On the air today: Hoop games include Maryland-Duke
 •  Hannemann: Cut property taxes, increase sewer fees
 •  Brian Derby named Damien football coach
 •  Study: Half of teachers' actual workday unpaid
 •  Man dies in fall onto freeway at Kina'u
 •  Feds arrest suspected bank robber
 •  2 men charged with burglary of Waikiki jewelry store
 •  Police looking for car that killed Makaha pedestrian
 •  Watada's second court-martial set for July
 •  Akaka: $300M more needed to treat vets' brain injuries
 •  Taste of Honolulu to be replaced
 •  Head injury blamed in fatality near Kahana Bay pond
 •  Ex-UH punter McBriar gets $2.5M signing bonus
 •  UH's Glanville, Davis headed to NCAA I-AA Portland St.
 •  Lois-Ann Yamanaka shortlisted for Kiriyama Prize
 •  Kukui Plaza residents to protest prostitution today
 •  Book 'em, Danno: MacArthur recalls 'Hawaii Five-0'
 •  Corporal killed in Iraq was proud to be a Marine
 •  Shopping spree leads to arrest for ID theft, forgery
 •  Police Beat: Gas station clerk reports bogus $50 bill
 •  Mililani High's recycling drives help fund Project Grad
 •  City marks Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden's 25th year
 •  Fund-raisers, these tips are for you
 •  Dow fluctuates before ending day up
 •  Excerpts from Hot Seat session to be in Sunday's paper
 •  Genealogy workshop set for Saturday
 •  Chinese stocks recover; European, Asian markets drop
 •  Mauna Kea Galleries opens in McCully Chop Sui space
 •  Cultural center exhibit explores Hawai'i-Japan ties
 •  Police identify body found in burned car as Puna man
 •  'CSI' star Sinise to perform for Kane'ohe Marines
 •  Pothole hot line number temporarily changed
 •  U.S. deal depends on Fiji military restoring democracy
 •  $28K grant for Makaha nonprofit helps family project
 •  Eating out today may be charitable thing to do
 •  Kapalama 5th-graders take on Home Energy Challenge
 •  Big Island school wins state's consumer competition
 •  2 held in separate sex-assault cases involving youths
 •  Three arrested in Waipahu gunpoint robbery incident
 •  Trade winds, scattered showers send off February
 •  Man accused of killing pig misses trial, arrested
 •  Big Island Police seek help in finding escapee
 •  Mayor to discuss budget, Taste of Honolulu
 •  BBB warns senior citizens of potential annuity scam
 •  Big Island police urge child protection on roads
 •  East shores continue to get best surf
 •  State imposes higher fees on recreational boaters
 •  Hannemann: Cut property taxes, increase sewer fees
 •  Ladyfest hosting Casanova Cabaret
 •  Olympic skier Dawson reunites with biological father
 •  Pu'uloa project ongoing
 •  Woman arrested in credit card fraud case
 •  Public utilities meeting on Maui

Local News
 •  Vote clears way for initial transit work
 •  Crash deaths might have been prevented
 •  'Plenty close calls' in Makaha Video
 •  Hate-crime charge not likely in assault case
 •  House shelves civil unions
 •  Marital troubles preceded death
 •  A clubhouse of veterans' memories Video
 •  Ho'opili project on the agenda
 •  State Science Olympiad slated
 •  Bridge lights being reviewed
 •  Surfers to teach autistic children
 •  Another statue of bird stolen
 •  Donations to YMCA at $2 million
 •  Workshops for home buyers
 •  Shotgun blast killed victim
 •  Suspect arrested in bank robbery
 •  Extend privatize law, says Big Isle
 •  Weekly draws fire for racist column
 •  Laura Bush about to get 1st look at NW Isles
 •  Kailua auto dealership's 'spokesdog' passes away
 •  Pilot error cited in fatal 2005 crash of tour glider
 •  Firefighters gain edge on Moloka'i
 •  Obituaries
 •  Elevator costs keep going up

 •  Warrior football schedule on hold
 •  'Aiea's Yamashitas form a sister act like no other
 •  Rainbows remain focused on final two home games
 •  Alama-Francis wants hat on NFL draft day
 •  Three from Hawai'i coming in from cold
 •  'Bows No. 24 in softball
 •  'Aiea's Yamashitas form a sister act like no other
 •  Punahou girls basketball tourney starts today
 •  Menlo's Lee MVP of women's basketball conference
 •  Irvine's Tom is Big West Swimmer of Year
 •  Hawai'i teenager Moore outsurfs world champion
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Wallace deserves to play on

Island Life
 •  Caden gets 'Lost'
 •  Kitchens being designed, sometimes darkly, for drama
 •  It's a new day for Muslim women
 •  'Wedding Bells' a big shift for David E. Kelley
 •  The stars said what(!) ... at the Oscars?
 •  Great TV moments somebody died for
 •  Dine out for Life Foundation
 •  A curious crop Video
 •  Tart cherries put exotic spin on sweets
 •  Foil packets give you no-mess stir-fry
 •  Zucchini bread gets drastic cut in fat
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Double-lever wine opener a favorite
 •  Palolo Chinese Home-made mango butter
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Wild about versatile rice dish

 •  Island tourism industry cools off, results show
 •  Exploring food from around globe
 •  HECO offers $1,000 solar water heater rebates
 •  What's next after Dow's big drop?
 •  Hawai'i investors unfazed, for now
 •  Inouye, Lingle split on Kalaeloa
 •  Kona Brewing sales rise 30%

 •  Assault case highlights racial tension
 •  Council's transit vote: Yet another disgrace
 •  Funding must be increased for Head Start
 •  Met brings dreams of happiness and great opera to snowy Midwest
 •  On the front lines in the war against drugs
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Wedding Bells' a big shift for David E. Kelley
 •  The stars said what(!) ... at the Oscars?
 •  Great TV moments somebody died for
 •  TGI Wednesday