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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 2, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Kemp might leave WAC champ Nevada for NBA
 •  Arizona ousts DePaul; ASU, Texas A&M also out
 •  It's a series again as Ottawa beats Anaheim in NHL
 •  Clemens scratched from Monday start for Yankees
 •  Pampling takes 3-stroke lead in PGA tourney
 •  Ochoa leads by three at LPGA tournament
 •  Schmidt to start for Dodgers Tuesday
 •  AP Interview: Landis gets back on the bike
 •  Wadsworth hopes to make comeback with Jets
 •  DePaul ousts Arizona State in women's world series
 •  New Zealand takes 2-0 lead over Italy in yachting
 •  Mauresmo upset, Nadal advances at French Open
 •  Sharapova advances to fourth round at French Open
 •  Tomorrow's major-league baseball probable starters
 •  Today's major-league baseball probable starters
 •  Sports tomorrow: canoe paddling regattas
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, softball world series
 •  On the air today: Yanks-Bosox; Cavs-Pistons playoff
 •  2-year-old critical after accident
 •  Cavaliers beat Pistons to reach NBA Finals
 •  Search for missing fisherman called off
 •  Crashed paraglider rescued from mountainside
 •  Thousands enjoy Military Appreciation Day at zoo
 •  Woman arrested in credit card fraud, ID theft
 •  Car bursts into flames after crash on Makakilo Drive
 •  Waimea man, 24, dies in Kona car crash
 •  Lingle appoints 2 to Public Safety positions
 •  Big Isle police warn of Canada-based scam
 •  Redemption rate increased for small plastic bottles
 •  N.C.'s Roy Williams to speak at Hall of Honor banquet
 •  Neighborhood board members to be sworn in today
 •  Ala Wai School to open time capsule on Monday
 •  2 west-bound airport viaduct lanes closed today
 •  Ship departs Pearl Harbor for humanitarian mission
 •  Work will close Maui beach park for 3 months
 •  See racing vehicles Sunday at Aloha Tower
 •  Atkinson Drive work will go around the clock
 •  Final meeting set on parking at Ala Wai Boat Harbor
 •  Sunny, dry weather in store for the weekend
 •  Surf expected to stay on small side this weekend
 •  Bail for sex-assault suspect stays at $304,000
 •  Maui group simulates Superferry traffic jam
 •  Cubs Zambrano takes blame for fight with teammate

Local News
 •  Hawai'i trip has highest price tag
 •  Park service opposes building on Haleakala
 •  A gift for graduation, from 8,000 miles away Video
 •  Seal's death may lead to gill-netting ban
 •  Honolulu awaits 'heritage area' status
COURTS
 •  16-year term in plea deal for killing
POLICE
 •  Murder suspect said she was afraid
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Vandalism 'escalating' at Hawaii's Plantation Village
 •  Crew of Hokule'a taking a day off
OTHER NEWS
 •  Military families target of identity theft scam
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Murray, Wichmann go after NCAA gold
 •  Musashimaru to sign free autographs at Don Quijote
 •  Warriors' fundraiser offers magical show
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Minnesota girls softball games last 35 innings, 2 days
 •  Four Punahou wrestlers earn national honors
GOLF
 •  Scott tops Memorial after 2nd-round 62
BASKETBALL
 •  Spurs waiting, resting for finals
BASEBALL
 •  Cubs show more fight off the field
ISLE FILE
 •  Hawai'i-Hilo softball ranked 25th in final poll
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Beauty & beasts Photo gallery
 •  Searching for family fun? Try HawaiiMoms.com
 •  Kama'aina can tour royal residence tomorrow, free
 •  A salute to armed forces, from all the critters at zoo
 •  Tomorrow's dog walk aids nonprofit Hui 'Ilio Hawai'i
 •  Action's live and unusual at Kumu Kahua, The ARTS
 •  At Bishop Museum, Family Sunday is all about speed
FAITH
 •  Gay Mormon group celebrates 30th year
 •  Faith part of 2008 campaign
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  No need to brood; just move on
FAITH BRIEFS
 •  Doctors speak as missionaries
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Breastfeeding myths persist
 •  Former Islander to play Bratz girl
 •  Combatting toy clutter? Here's expert advice
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

Business
 •  Issue of locked gate divides residents
 •  Engineer gathering may see 10,000
 •  Health-plan provider expands its services
 •  U.S. economy moves forward
RETAIL
 •  Wal-Mart plans $15B stock buyback
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Stock markets are booming around globe; U.S. trails
 •  L.A.-Long Beach ports will grow
 •  Gas guzzler is out, Prius is in
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Decision delayed on HawTel TV

Opinion
 •  Chinatown wireless access a smart move
COMMENTARY
 •  Planting hopeful seeds of domestic dining
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Saturday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Waikiki moonlight
 •  Polo in Mokuleia