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Articles for March 7, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hip-hop star Mos Def to play Pipeline Cafe March 31
 •  New Makaha brushfire may have been deliberately set
 •  Nancy Lopez takes aim at LPGA, Wie
 •  Mets' Martinez tosses ball for first time since surgery
 •  Four surfers from Hawaii to compete in Mavericks
 •  Chubb Group insurance debuting ocean cargo policy
 •  Learn to cook macrobiotic at Green House March 17
 •  Lakers' Bryant suspended for hitting player
 •  Vatican II expert to speak on biblical archetypes
 •  Faith in Action (FACE) plans Kukui Gardens session
 •  'Aging' to be performed in March, April
 •  Hyatt Regency Maui offers penguin-themed program
 •  'Iolani fair with a 'Fiesta' theme
 •  IONA dance encore set for April
 •  Honolulu Theatre for Youth golf tournament April 10
 •  OIA girls basketball schedule
 •  ILH, OIA baseball schedules
 •  Boxing coaching clinic set for April 1
 •  Youth baseball teams can join UH squad on field
 •  Speed and Quickness Clinic starts March 17
 •  On Air Tomorrow: UH men's basketball, UH volleyball
 •  On Air Today: UH women's basketball, UH softball
 •  Sports Tomorrow: UH men's volleyball vs. Pepperdine
 •  Sports Today: University of Hawaii softball tournament
 •  Panda offering packages to UH at UNLV football game
 •  UH softball plays doubleheader; fans can play bingo
 •  Keiki get free ticket to UH volleyball, baseball
 •  NFL's Falcons taking lumps in early free-agency period
 •  Polynesian Cultural Center launches interactive game (news release)
 •  go! parent company has strong February performance (news release)
 •  Charleston Southern to play UH in football on Sept. 22
 •  Pedestrian critically hurt in 'Aiea
 •  UH-Hilo sweeps Chicago State in baseball
 •  Makaha brushfire under control
 •  Federal courthouse closed by leaking water pipe
 •  Man acquitted of trying to kill Honolulu police officer
 •  State bans gill-net fishing in some Island waters
 •  Rainbow Wahine win two in softball tournament
 •  Blanchard wins Cholo's Women's Pipeline Pro surf title
 •  Wailuku has top gas price among U.S. cities at $3.20
 •  UH women fall at WAC hoops tournament, 72-47
 •  See which 'Idol' can shake his bootie 'Hawaiian style'
 •  Rainbow Wahine ranked No. 5 in water polo poll
 •  Hawai'i's voyaging canoes set out to deliver canoe gift
 •  Hawaii Pacific takes two in softball
 •  NASA-Hawai'i pact backs vision of flights to moon, Mars
 •  Construction site runoff clouds Ala Wai Canal briefly
 •  Brushfire near Mililani Uka Elementary extinguished
 •  Fire crews mopping up brushfire near Makaha school
 •  Georgia man lays claim to half of $390M lottery prize
 •  Police Beat: Man reportedly throws knife at officer
 •  Stocks end lower after investors weigh economic data
 •  Subaru vehicles to be sold under Servco subsidiary
 •  Inouye says wounded need 'our complete attention'
 •  'Lost' actors help raise $20,000 for youth theater
 •  Island Air offers $12 return flights
 •  Survey: Pro Bowl, in person, is place to be
 •  Islands feel the love as brides book 7/7/07 to say 'I do'
 •  Mostly sunny skies, light winds in today's forecast
 •  Schools, libraries top BOE agenda tonight in Kailua
 •  State files complaints against 3 for used-oil violations
 •  City faces $300K fine for violations at Kualoa Park
 •  Kaua'i fugitive remains at large following chase
 •  Maui County cited for water pollution
 •  State, NASA to announce partnership
 •  Arts Troupe to promote Beijing Olympics today
 •  Big Island police arrest 39 for DUI in week span
 •  Surf drops on northern shores
 •  Learn about preservation efforts at Capitol today
 •  Open house environmental meetings
 •  Go! says its planes were 60.5 percent full in February
 •  Communications Pacific joins global PR network
 •  Aloha Aina receives $10,000 grant
 •  Cherry Blossom Heritage Fair coming up
 •  Student taiko ensemble to perform
 •  'Aiea board to discuss sewer project, parks hours
 •  Wahiawa issues include bus transit center
 •  East-West Center to celebrate Thai pavilion
 •  JAL, ANA cut fuel surcharge $4 on Hawai'i flights
 •  Hawaiian Telcom to fix Lifeline program billing error
 •  UH men hoops on TV tomorrow; women on radio today
 •  Pu'uloa road project continues
 •  J. Shelley scholarship deadline announced
 •  Hawaiian Telcom launches online business center (news release)

Local News
 •  Crosswalk warnings fail; fines begin
 •  New study will not delay Superferry
 •  House reconsiders same-sex benefits
 •  Army to double-check Tripler
 •  Symphony has new maestro Photo gallery Video
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  For firefighters, a busy night in Wai'anae Photo gallery Video
 •  Fire traced to electrical outlet
 •  Book drive for Kalani library
 •  Achievement nominations
 •  Army road eyed for emergencies
 •  You can help tidy up marsh
 •  HPU to sponsor recycling event
 •  Free mulch for farms, gardens
 •  Students take LifeSmarts title
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Inouye defends spending projects
POLICE
 •  Girl dies, boy hurt after SUV backs over them
 •  Slain woman, 56, is identified
BIG ISLAND
 •  Jury issues may delay abuse trial
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Kona woman hit by truck dies
 •  Obituaries
JIM DOOLEY
 •  Freedom of information takes its toll

Sports
 •  Rainbow Wahine seek elusive tourney win
 •  Waves have yet to peak
 •  Hawai'i Bowl on Dec. 23
UH SPORTS
 •  Wichmann eyes big finish at NCAAs
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
 •  'Iolani edges Kamehameha in ILH opener, 5-4 Photo gallery
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  BYU softball's Snow earns conference honor
ISLE FILE
 •  Mowers boosts Hilo over Chicago State, 9-4
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Lojeski is the player 'Bows can rally around

Island Life
 •  Home (tiny) home
 •  Maui mom vying for chance to be next 'Top Model'
 •  Pare urban life down to enduring essentials
THEATER
 •  Powerful 'Stones' features solid acting
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Return of the King
TASTE
 •  Crowning touch Video
 •  Blender hollandaise an easily made treat
 •  Try linguine with chili, crab, cilantro
 •  Mexican wedding cookies with less fat
 •  Culinary calendar
CAROL DEVENOT
 •  Delicious crepes can be healthy
QUICK BITES
 •  Maui chef's honey of a dish spotlighted online
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  This arare cookie calls for shoyu

Business
 •  Med-Quest health coverage expanded
 •  Flores has thousand L&Ls on his plate
 •  Maui house sales surge as prices drop
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Chase plans apology for 'unfair' overcharges
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  It's critical to keep tax records up to date
 •  Success comes naturally to these mattress makers
STOCK MARKET
 •  Bulls roar loudly on Wall Street
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Citigroup offers $10.8 billion for brokerage
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Insurance agent license on hold

Opinion
 •  EIS issue should not torpedo Superferry
 •  No need for new law to stop copper theft
COMMENTARY
 •  Holocaust archive still has much to tell world
 •  Let kids be kids and make their own dioramas
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  Gutting of ethics bill a display of contempt
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  Powerful 'Stones' features solid acting
 •  TGI Wednesday