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Articles for March 4, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  BYUH receives NCAA Division II basketball berth
 •  Chaminade tops UH-Hilo in women's basketball, 74-67
 •  UH-Hilo sweeps Grand Canyon in softball
 •  Grand Canyon tops UH-Hilo in baseball, 7-3
 •  Victory must wait for PGA players as event suspended
 •  Cowboys sign Cardinals OT Davis
 •  Notre Dame's Quinn works out for NFL scouts
 •  Arkansas football coach Nutt unhurt in aircraft mishap
 •  Rockets' Yao expected to return to action tomorrow
 •  UH hammers Chicago St., 16-1, wraps up 5-game sweep
 •  UH's Smith named to WAC women's basketball team
 •  Rainbow Classic finalist Creighton earns NCAA berth
 •  Kenyan wins LA Marathon, earns $120,000, car
 •  Lakers coach Jackson talks to Pippen about comeback
 •  South African wins Johnnie Walker Classic in 3-way tie
 •  UH alumni members get 2-for-1 deal for baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Exhibition baseball, hoops
 •  On the air today: UH baseball, hoops
 •  Man charged with theft of car and silky terrier
 •  Water main break interrupts supply in Mokule'ia
 •  Hawai'i teenager Moore loses in women's surf final
 •  UH's Lojeski named to All-WAC basketball 2nd team
 •  UH star Lojeski named WAC player of the week
 •  Ex-UH star Lelie expected to sign with 49ers tomorrow
 •  Police arrest sex-assault suspect in Downtown area
 •  Threatening with a knife reported in Waikiki
 •  Beating reported at Kapi'olani Blvd. and Pi'ikoi St.
 •  Assault reported near Zippy's in Kapolei
 •  Rubbish fire reported at Makiki District Park
 •  Arcing transformer reported in Kalihi
 •  Fire destroys Kaua'i school's portable building
 •  Nanakuli man held for 5 warrants, investigation
 •  Man accused of shoplifting faces weapons charge
 •  Big Island rescuers aid lost hikers
 •  Free testing for hepatitis, AIDS offered Friday
 •  Weather extremes for this date in history
 •  Sea glass's allure, lore fascinate collectors
 •  Fine weather expected most of the week
 •  Surf might pick up by middle of the week
 •  Carvalho chosen to lead Kaua'i Parks Department
 •  UH art exhibit explores connections between senses
 •  UH tops Kent St., 1-0, to take third in softball tourney

Local News
 •  Teacher's day ends long after bell Photo gallery Video
 •  57% of O'ahu drivers violate crosswalk law
 •  No easy solution to theft of copper
 •  Woman struck in crosswalk near Queen's
 •  'Outside' hunters protested
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Legislature 2007 update
 •  Hot-button hearings are proper ó and practical
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  'Lt. Dan' salutes Isle troops Photo gallery
POLICE BEAT
 •  This time, exploding pants tipped him off
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Another entangled humpback cut free
BIG ISLAND
 •  Kim criticized for backing drug dealer
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  'H' word fans fears, debate

Sports
 •  UH says aloha to Wallace with 92-75 win Photo gallery Video
 •  UH takes two from Cougars
 •  High School Wrestling: Farrington girls prevail Photo gallery
UH FOOTBALL
 •  WAC finalizing schedule
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Boise State cools off red-hot Hawai'i, 66-56
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Georgia beats UH again, 9-6
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  High School Wrestling: Farrington girls prevail Photo gallery
 •  High School Wrestling: Punahou boys prevail Photo gallery
FOOTBALL
 •  Former UH receiver Lelie reportedly signs with 49ers
BASEBALL
 •  Inouye with White Sox
ISLE FILE
 •  Punahou's Sisler shoots 10-under-par 62
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Wallace sendoff done right

Island Life
 •  Making magic Video
 •  Refusing treatment to let fate have a say
 •  South Korea's largest public broadcaster celebrates 80th
MUSIC
 •  New recording puts Thelonious Monk back on key
 •  From MySpace to her way, Lily Allen still 'Alright'
TELEVISION
 •  Fox sitcom 'The Winner' full of losing moments
PETS
 •  Animal companions
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  Let's go: Vegas
BOOKS
 •  Beloved Island traditions examined
 •  Hawai'i best-sellers
 •  Lit Beat
 •  What I'm reading: Ed Kenney
ART
 •  Focusing on your perception
 •  Art calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  The beat goes on ó and on
'OHANA
 •  When your child gives you a cookie, watch out
 •  Proven tips for calming down fussy babies
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryouts calendar
 •  Births

Business
 •  Aquarium thinks big
 •  New Toyota SUV factory will transform northern Mississippi
 •  Lawmakers pushing for cars safer for kids
REAL ESTATE
 •  Disney fights low-cost housing near resort
AIRLINES
 •  Belgian airline yields to superstition
CONSUMER
 •  Food recalls should name stores, FDA says
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawaii status report
 •  Winnebago Tribe finding success in diversification
 •  Catalytic converters' precious metals are gold to brazen thieves
 •  Parents, adult children interdependent

Opinion
 •  Medical tort reform needs critical push
 •  Coach Wallace leaves legacy of respect, aloha
COMMENTARY
 •  Choosing a path
 •  Is there a future for us here?
 •  Drug tests would fail to solve problem
 •  Drug testing among top HSTA concerns
 •  State, company failed in Kaloko dam breach
 •  Getting swept up in the Met's operatic fervor
 •  War in Afghanistan nears 'tipping point'
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  When is suicide coverage not taboo?
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  South Korea's largest public broadcaster celebrates 80th
 •  Stunning design enhances superb 'Madama Butterfly'
TELEVISION
 •  Fox sitcom 'The Winner' full of losing moments
MUSIC
 •  New recording puts Thelonious Monk back on key
 •  From MySpace to her way, Lily Allen still 'Alright'
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Los Angeles shop hop
 •  Outta here
 •  Rose Bowl Flea Market one of the world's best
 •  Toronto keeps cozy living underground
 •  Letís go: Hawaii and the World
 •  LA Fashion District, Melrose Heights heaven for shoppers
 •  L.A. Chinatown a hip shopping mecca
 •  In Kona, Hawai'i history comes alive
HOLOHOLO
 •  Holoholo
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  Let's go: Vegas
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Barbary Coast turns into Bill's
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  In parts of Europe, dollars buy more