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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 13, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Rodrigues leads Roosevelt by Kalaheo in OIA basketball
 •  Punahou tops Kamehameha, 11-4, in ILH baseball
 •  Linebacker Briggs says he's done playing for the Bears
 •  WAC's Utah State loses to Michigan in NIT
 •  Police say Nevada coach was abusive toward officials
 •  Niagara wins NCAA play-in game, will face Kansas
 •  UH softball ranked 25th in latest poll
 •  A&B's Doane to address JP Morgan investors meeting
 •  Tissue Genesis wins $3.8M military contract
 •  Fans can be winners at UH water polo team matches
 •  Legacy Awards to honor musicians March 21
 •  Comedy night set for Pipeline Cafe April 7
 •  Another No. 1 tennis player loses as Sharapova ousted
 •  Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce 'O'o Awards set
 •  'Dead Silence' opens Friday
 •  Slack-key artist Chris Yeaton plays Big Island Saturday
 •  Casting call for Malama Jam on Thursday and Friday
 •  Falling sales on Kaua'i hurt Cost-U-Less earnings
 •  Sports tomorrow: OIA hoops, UH softball
 •  Honolulu-based Convergence CT partners with IBM (news release)
 •  Sports today: ILH baseball, OIA, ILH hoops openers
 •  NFL's Cardinals fire assistant Anderson after arrest
 •  Makaha ocean athletes excel in Australian meet
 •  On the air tomorrow: Hoops, hockey, tennis
 •  On the air today: Hoops and hockey
 •  Mackey wins Iditarod Trail Sled Dog race
 •  Illinois will put end to mascot name, regalia, image
 •  Keiki car seat check set for Saturday on Big Island
 •  Man dies in possible copper theft
 •  HIFF Spring Showcase set for April 20-26
 •  Lingle issues statement year after Kaloko dam burst
 •  Dalai Lama appearances moved to Maui Stadium
 •  Flash flood watch for O'ahu, Kaua'i, Ni'ihau, Lana'i
 •  Attempted robbery at Hawaii National Bank in Kahului
 •  O'ahu public school parents warned of ID theft threat
 •  1 stung as Waikiki box jellyfish invasion drops
 •  Trial begins in 1992 murder at Pearl Harbor base
 •  Asian stock market indexes dive 2% or more
 •  Stardust casino blown up to make way for megaresort
 •  Maui hoops contributed $8.5M to Maui economy
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  2 parachutists safe after water landing near Mokule'ia
 •  HTA hires Starwood's Uchiyama as marketing director
 •  Dow plunges 240 points, 2nd-biggest drop in 4 years
 •  Power restored to 700 customers in Ka'a'awa
 •  Box jellyfish warning continues as 19 found in Waikiki
 •  Landfill worker injured after backing into truck
 •  Witness wanted in Makakilo collision last month
 •  Helicopter crash survivors remain in serious condition
 •  Friday movie openings include 'I Think I Love My Wife'
 •  One year after Kaloko Dam breach, state revisits needs
 •  Business highlights: YouTube, retailers, Goldman Sachs
 •  Quake-damaged Maui highway to take 2 years to fix
 •  Surf starting small, but could reach warning levels
 •  Medical volunteers sought; training starts tonight
 •  Kaua'i names new deputy planning director
 •  Increased air-traffic noise over Honolulu is temporary
 •  House budgets $31M for UH-West O'ahu's first phase
 •  State tax collections to hold steady for next year
 •  Honolulu ranks high for residents with active lifestyles
 •  Federal courthouse reopens after repairs
 •  Trask to speak tomorrow in Kane'ohe
 •  Christian homeschoolers conference starts Friday
 •  Events will mark Human Rights Day
 •  Tickets go on sale Saturday for comedic duo
 •  Cris Williamson to perform at WCC
 •  Bowling center sets 'moonlight Mondays'
 •  Head Start to honor fathers
 •  Ruth's Chris to open Monday at Waikiki Beach Walk
 •  Retired Australian defense secretary to speak here
 •  Maui Land & Pine reorganizes agricultural operations
 •  McCully-Mo'ili'ili Public Library open, but AC is out
 •  Climate expert at UH today
 •  Today's Pac-Five vs. Iolani baseball rained out
 •  UH students in green get in free to volleyball, baseball

Local News
 •  Army to study debris off Wai'anae Coast
 •  Carlisle faulted for misuse of city money
 •  Former Tripler head is interim surgeon general
 •  Trio arrested in copper case
 •  Look out for box jellyfish
 •  Initial culprit in crash is nosedive, not floats
 •  Reactions mixed on air tours Video
 •  Recent safety guidelines wouldn't have helped
 •  Man killed in crash had recently lost a loved one
 •  Copters were old, but FAA says that was not a factor
 •  Freshmen class begins in fall
 •  Free concert to mark birthday
 •  Recycling drive to help library
 •  10th-grader wins contest
 •  Well water will aid area farms
 •  Scores turn out to attack graffiti
 •  Theatre for Youth coming
 •  Venue changed for Dalai Lama
 •  Fallon turns over Pacific Command to interim successor
 •  Be a high school surf coach for $340
 •  Violence precedes school vacation
 •  New UH-Manoa chancellor picked
 •  Motorcyclist dies of crash injuries
 •  Heavy showers likely this afternoon on O'ahu
 •  Hawai'i low in fatal truck crashes
 •  Andrew new JCCH head
 •  Obituaries

 •  Deadline passes; no football schedule
 •  Cinderellas are hoping midnight never strikes
 •  UH lefty posts 'zeroes,' WAC honor
 •  UH softball team operating at full power this season
 •  Girls' basketball: OIA White (DII)
 •  Girls' basketball: OIA Red West
 •  Girls' basketball: OIA Red East
 •  Girls' basketball: ILH Division II
 •  Girls' basketball: ILH Division I
 •  Komine optioned by Athletics
 •  Arnott passes on UH volleyball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Bad taste from 'piece of cake'

Island Life
 •  Repair those shoes
 •  Author on a roll with new novel, poetry
 •  Mos Def returns March 31
 •  Effective parents, leaders stand firm
 •  Muffin top! A weighty matter
 •  Freshen dog's breath
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Isle jazz ensemble plans a 'Seawind Reunion'

 •  Maui Pine gets $15 million infusion
 •  Affordable housing tower will break ground
 •  Old TVs will need digital box help
 •  Secure hard drive on the way
 •  Car-share service sets sights on Europe
 •  Look online for tools to aid learning
 •  PepsiCo making inroads at McDonald's
 •  China pledges trade action as monthly gap nears record
 •  Private investors buy Ford's Aston Martin
 •  Hawaiian flew 87.3 percent full

 •  Commuter ferry plan expands city options
 •  Military munitions cleanup sensible move
 •  Democracy must be restored to Pakistan
 •  Genetic engineering ban bad for Hawai'i
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday