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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 5, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Dante may be out for Pepperdine volleyball match
 •  Bronson Sardinha's home run lifts Yankees over Tigers
 •  '42nd Street' next production at Ronald Bright Theatre
 •  Ballet Hawaii to start Kapolei classes March 13
 •  Nevada OK's UFC chief Dana White vs. Tito Ortiz bout
 •  UH men's volleyball falls to No. 14
 •  K5 will telecast UH men's games in WAC Tournament
 •  Four-time Iditarod champion withdraws
 •  Qi Gong grandmaster to speak on natural health care
 •  BYUH to play Cal State-San Bernardino in hoop regional
 •  Kamake'e Street gas line fixed; traffic still restricted
 •  Cyanotech shares lifted by European regulatory ok
 •  Nevada No. 10, Washington State 11 in AP Top 25 poll
 •  FedEX offers Hawai'i customers one-day freight service
 •  Honolulu's alternative fuels fleet No. 2 among cities
 •  Castle Performing Arts Center to stage '42nd Street'
 •  UH women No. 129 in RPI
 •  Mark Wilson wins Honda Classic on 3rd playoff hole
 •  Heat's Wade will attempt to come back this season
 •  Soccer star Beckham hurts knee, could miss 2 months
 •  North Carolina player suffered broken nose after all
 •  Sports tomorrow: ILH baseball begins play
 •  Sports today: NCAA Division II softball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Hoops, hockey, soccer
 •  On the air today: NCAA, NBA hoops
 •  Honolulu flight returns to L.A. as pilot smells smoke
 •  Pedestrian killed near Poka'i Bay
 •  HECO restores power in Kalihi
 •  UH's Harrington named WAC Pitcher of the Week
 •  'Iolani alum Low named all-Pac 10
 •  New Honolulu Symphony conductor to be unveiled
 •  Akaka wants $2.9 billion more tagged for veteran care
 •  Sailor from Hilo, 36, dies in Kuwait
 •  O'ahu homes sold for median $614,500 last month
 •  Man, 83, pleads not guilty to stabbing wife in Waikiki
 •  Man gets 5-year prison term in copper theft case
 •  Jolt from outlet injures Makalapa Elementary student
 •  Man, 63, critically injured in Mililani apartment fire
 •  Man sentenced to life for '98 police officer shooting
 •  House, Senate trade bills in key time at Legislature
 •  Dow trades above 12,000 mark amid market unease
 •  Lingle releases $3 million for UH-Manoa upgrade plans
 •  Former UH president Simone retiring from N.Y. post
 •  Historic preservation day showcases Hawai'i projects
 •  HawaiiUSA credit union members hit by e-mail scam
 •  Overturned semi-truck righted; 2 Nimitz lanes shut
 •  Ex-UH receiver Lelie happy for chance with 49ers
 •  TV search to begin for 7th Pussycat Doll
 •  5 music legends to be honored Saturday
 •  Captain of first-ever voyage under North Pole dies
 •  Another round of sunshine, isolated showers
 •  Wake set for restaurateur, Advertiser columnist
 •  Read excerpts from Hot Seat session in Sunday's Focus
 •  Overseas markets plunge as Nikkei falls for 5th day
 •  Business highlights: Wal-Mart, oil prices, A&P
 •  Boxer who earned draw with Viloria suspended, fined
 •  Oscar winner, St. Louis grad speaking at UH today
 •  Blood drives today at UH, KCC
 •  Hawai'i Kai library hosts comedic Japanese theater
 •  2 UH law school students win national competition
 •  Small to moderate surf hits northern shores
 •  Big Kahuna's Pizza moving from Pu'uloa Road
 •  Teacher remains in custody in federal drug case
 •  Central O'ahu community forum set
 •  Internet help-wanted ads greater than unemployed
 •  Time Warner Maui, Hilo cable customers to get refund
 •  HMSA is selling benefit services subsidiary
 •  A&B Properties buys Texas shopping center for $13.6M
 •  Hawaiian Airlines most punctual carrier in January
 •  Pipeline work closes part of Nimitz Highway at night
 •  Hawai'i men No. 94 in college basketball's RPI

Local News
 •  Better 'the bush' than a homeless shelter Video
 •  Admiral Fallon calls for patience on Iraq
 •  Bills aim to shine light on spending
 •  Fallon: Isle-based aircraft carrier unlikely
 •  At a click, crime statistics
 •  Kaua'i pavilion to rise from the ashes
 •  ATV trailer to assist police
 •  International festival at LCC
 •  Gyotaku to take Swiss Haus site
 •  Group kicks off cleanup drive
 •  'Traditions of Pacific' in focus
 •  Canoe club plans cleanup
 •  Permit sought for wind towers
 •  Kuhio parade seeks partakers
 •  Cuts made to governor's plan
 •  Eleven earn awards for achievements
 •  Survivors in fight over benefits
 •  Role-playing serious work for Hilo soldier
 •  Raptor glitches being fixed
 •  Mo'ili'ili man charged in theft of car, purebred silky terrier
 •  Hokule'a shortens stay in Pohnpei
 •  Classroom building on Kaua'i burns
 •  Obituaries
 •  New uses for parts of buildings

 •  Hawai'i's Moore rides wave of future
 •  Grice, Smith honored by WAC
 •  Hawai'i hammers Chicago State, 16-1 Photo gallery
 •  UH beats Kent State to place third
 •  BYUH gets at-large bid to NCAAs
 •  Grand Canyon beats Hilo
 •  Sports calendar
 •  For the Record
 •  Lojeski on guard duty once again

Island Life
 •  Big-screen beautifier
 •  Sister Helen Prejean visiting with agenda: end death penalty Audio
 •  Trias still wows crowd 3 years after 'Idol'
 •  To clean is to become sidetracked
 •  Online magazine with sense of humor
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hawai'i's hotel occupancy tumbles
 •  Identity thieves love tourists
 •  Extreme-weather job blows minds
 •  How to end an e-mail addiction
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  No ka 'oi
 •  Eateries trying to prevent fraud
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  With Wai'anae open, time to fix Next Step
 •  HPV vaccine program best left up to parents
 •  Drug authority will help mental heath patients
 •  Is the bigger picture lost in trans fat debate?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Monday