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Articles for March 16, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hakala leads UH over Northridge in men's volleyball
 •  UH baseball rolls over Wis.-Milwaukee, 9-2
 •  BYUH-UH-Hilo softball rained out
 •  UH diver Frick third at NCAA championships
 •  Education community meeting set for Windward
 •  Moody's issues rating on $350 million of state bonds
 •  Texas tops New Mexico State, 79-67
 •  Mos Def tickets go on sale Monday
 •  Support facility getting off the ground at Fort Shafter
 •  Diamond Resorts opens tender offer for Sunterra stock
 •  Online travel firm Dynamic Leisure to market Hawai'i
 •  City to conduct sewer smoke tests in Waipahu
 •  Kansas rolls over Niagara, 107-67
 •  ResortQuest Waikiki finishes $16 million renovation
 •  Wilson fires 78, misses cut at Bay Hill; Tiger falls back
 •  Tickets for June sumo tournament on sale tomorrow
 •  Tennessee ties points record in 121-86 win over 49ers
 •  NCAA Tournament glance
 •  Kemp, not Fazekas, lifts Nevada to NCAA win in OT
 •  Prospective school surf coaches invited to meeting
 •  Storm delays Honolulu-bound Continental flight
 •  Hyatt Corp. high bidder for Hyatt Regency Waikiki
 •  Cyanotech back in compliance with Nasdaq rules
 •  Hear sounds of Baltic at rRed Elephant March 24
 •  Quakers luncheon set for March 25
 •  Good Friday at St. Andrew's
 •  Ex-quarterback is guest speaker at prayer breakfast
 •  'Krishna Das' event April 19
 •  April 27 benefit honors volunteers
 •  UNLV beats Georgia Tech in NCAA Tournament
 •  Fans can be winners at UH water polo team match
 •  On the air Sunday: UH baseball, NCAA hoops
 •  On the air tomorrow: Low, WSU play Vanderbilt
 •  On the air today: UH volleyball, March Madness
 •  Sports Sunday: UH baseball, HPU, Hilo play, too
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH baseball, volleyball, softball
 •  Sports today: UH baseball, volleyball, prep games
 •  UH football season-ticket renewals start Monday
 •  Photo shows funnel clouds sighted in Central O'ahu
 •  Search for missing man on Maui continues
 •  Kamehameha Schools opposes U.S. Supreme Court review
 •  Whale carcass floating outside Hilo Harbor
 •  Polynesian Cultural Center pioneer Grilikhes dies
 •  Wedemeyer to be inducted into national Hall of Fame
 •  Fallon installed as new head of U.S. Central Command
 •  Today's events: UH birthday, sports carnival, symphony
 •  Pedestrian hit in Kane'ohe, suffers minor injuries
 •  New UH chancellor to be introduced today
 •  Motorcyclist in serious condition from Pali crash
 •  Minor injury in 4-car Kailua accident
 •  Pothole repairs to close portions of H-1
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Business highlights: Wal-Mart, Caremark, gas prices
 •  Anti-war march, rally, concert tomorrow
 •  Stocks fall over pessimism about interest rates
 •  Nations urge Fiji to call elections within 2 years
 •  Surf to fall today; next swell to peak late Sunday
 •  Sunny skies, isolated showers forecast for Aloha Friday
 •  U.S. to keep tariffs on Thai canned pineapple imports
 •  State begins improvements at 'Akaka Falls State Park
 •  Campaign Spending Commission nominees sought
 •  Punchbowl off-ramp to close Wednesday night
 •  Bus blocking lanes in Nanakuli, H-1 accident in Waiawa
 •  New numbers for Kaua'i Finance Department
 •  Green waste drop-offs suspended at Kapa'a station
 •  UH students wearing green shirts get in games free
 •  Kaua'i County offices' phone service restored

Local News
 •  Major copper theft ring smashed
 •  'I pray ... they know we are very sorry'
 •  Canoes sail into history at Satawal
 •  Graffiti bills would mandate cleanups
 •  Isles get special-needs check
 •  65 homeless move into 24/7 shelter Photo gallery Video
SUNSHINE WEEK: YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW
 •  Public safety takes back seat to lawsuit concerns Video
 •  High fees used to thwart search for public data Video
 •  Two other states also have said no to data
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Healing is kid stuff at new 'Ewa facility Photo gallery
 •  Housing fairs educate buyers
 •  New books in Kalani library
 •  Youths to rally over violence
 •  Film looks at global warming
 •  St. Pat's party closing streets
 •  Williams, brass play at WCC
 •  94.3 acres for housing sought
 •  Natural disaster lectures slated
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Akaka: Time may be an issue in troop-care study
EDUCATION
 •  Report cites playground problems
HEALTH
 •  Gonorrhea cases in Isles far ahead of 2000 rate again
BIG ISLAND
 •  'Evil menace' gets 30 years
MAUI
 •  Maui mayor seeking new rollback of property tax
KAUA'I
 •  NTSB still hopes to find lost parts
 •  A 'fantastic time' then tragedy
OTHER NEWS
 •  Fall fatality illustrates danger
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Regents approve Manoa chancellor
OBITUARIES
 •  Services Tuesday for acclaimed Isle athlete
 •  Singer, OHA trustee Linda Dela Cruz, 77
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Low helps Cougars reach second round Photo gallery
 •  Arizona sweeps Rainbow Wahine Photo gallery
 •  UH caps salary of coach at $400,000
UH FOOTBALL
 •  McMackin to interview for UH defensive coordinator
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  Passing could make or break UH this weekend
UH BASEBALL
 •  Wisconsin-Milwaukee hoping to heat up at UH
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  'Iolani tops Mid-Pacific in ILH play
BASKETBALL
 •  Media magnet Low faces full-court press
RECREATION
 •  Sooner or later, we'll all be playing in pain
 •  Two Hawai'i gymnasts win trampoline titles
 •  USTA offers lessons at 20 public parks
ISLE FILE
 •  CU's Whiting PacWest Player of Year
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Previous AD could seal deals

Island Life
 •  Saucy Aussie
 •  10 steps to take toward sustainable gardening
 •  Be the most stylish you
 •  Can it be? The new James Bond is the best one
MUSIC
 •  My view: 'Complete Greatest Hits' by Foreigner
 •  Haugen's latest a bountiful buffet of original tunes Audio
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Despite fewer roles, Glover hasn't been forgotten
 •  'Wife' leads Chris Rock in new direction
 •  Screening room
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Ready to shape up for summer? Get inspired, go easy
TELEVISION
 •  'Bright' guests spice up 'Real Time'
FASHION
 •  Rafael reopens boutique in Chinatown
BOOKS
 •  Michener brought us the world
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  10 steps to take toward sustainable gardening
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Raging January winds took a toll
 •  Tube Notes
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Haugen's latest a bountiful buffet of original tunes Audio

Business
 •  Hawai'i business optimism waning
 •  Tesoro stock skyrocketing
 •  go! sets off new round of $19 fares
INTERNET
 •  Goofing off full of possibilities at office
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  30-year mortgage rates steady at 6.14%
 •  Curbs urged on subprime mortgages
 •  Japan's fallen dot-com star gets 2 1/2-year term
 •  New bid for Chicago exchange
 •  Cisco agrees to purchase WebEx
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Kahala Mall to rent office space

Opinion
 •  Judicial confirmations require factual basis
 •  No Child should be by state choice, not law
COMMENTARY
 •  Complaints about veteran care nothing new
 •  Bible knowledge important for our civic life
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  The wheel world
 •  'Neon Bible' proves Arcade Fire still hot
 •  Can it be? The new James Bond is the best one
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  Cuban cocktails with a lot of Soul
NIGHTLIFE
 •  Afterhours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Despite fewer roles, Glover hasn't been forgotten
 •  'Wife' leads Chris Rock in new direction
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  'Bright' guests spice up 'Real Time'
MUSIC
 •  My view: 'Complete Greatest Hits' by Foreigner
 •  Haugen's latest a bountiful buffet of original tunes Audio
 •  Billboard hits
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Haugen's latest a bountiful buffet of original tunes Audio
DINING
 •  Nanding's Bakery on a roll with Filipino pastries
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
 •  Lee leaving acting for environment
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands