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Articles for March 18, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH's Sheppard matches qualifying mark in high jump
 •  Waipahu beats Wai'alae for O'ahu AJA baseball title
 •  HPU defeats S. Connecticut State, 10-4, in baseball
 •  Bradley sweeps doubleheader from UH-Hilo
 •  Kansas topples Kentucky in battle of storied programs
 •  USC beats Texas, Durant in NCAA tournament
 •  Defending champion Florida tops Purdue in NCAA play
 •  Ainge fined $30,000 for contact with Durant's mother
 •  NASCAR: Johnson wins second straight race
 •  Singh finally ends his heartache at Arnie's place
 •  Small-but-mighty Ducks top Winthrop in NCAA play
 •  Bonds given three-day spring break
 •  On the air tomorrow: NIT hoops, women's NCAA hoops
 •  On the air today: NCAA hoops, UH baseball
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH softball
 •  Sports today: UH baseball
 •  Person reported pinned in auto after crash in Makakilo
 •  Accident reported at Ala Moana and Atkinson Drive
 •  Auto accident reported on Kamehameha Highway in 'Aiea
 •  Auto accident reported on Nimitz Highway near K-Mart
 •  Car fire reported at Kalaeloa
 •  Armed-robbery suspect pulled from ocean
 •  UH finishes baseball sweep over Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 •  Man charged in beating of girlfriend's daughter, 3
 •  Vitale wins, 'Cabbage' loses in mixed martial arts event
 •  2 missing teenagers sought on Kaua'i
 •  Waste firm buys cart for Honokai Hale security patrols
 •  Filipino WWII vets' wait for relatives to arrive drags on
 •  Blaisdell parking may be tight on Friday night
 •  High school students invited to AIDS fundraiser tonight
 •  Coral reefs' plight subject of films tonight at UH
 •  Apele promoted to Big Isle police captain
 •  Matthew Pyun Jr. is new Kaua'i County attorney
 •  Trade-wind weather expected through Thursday
 •  Big surf peaking tonight along north, west shores
 •  Wahiawa man charged with punching woman in face
 •  UNLV ousts No. 2 seed Wisconsin in Midwest Regional
 •  Memphis ousts WAC champion Nevada from NCAA play

Local News
 •  Isles' No. 1 park: Volcanoes
 •  No clarity on Hawai'i school violence
 •  Calls renewed for munitions cleanup
 •  850 rally for Kukui Gardens
 •  Turning up the heat at Turtle Bay
LEGISLATURE
 •  Legislature update 2007
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  'There's nothing like standing together'
POLICE BEAT
 •  3-year-old girl dies after being left in car
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Island Air offers $19 one-way interisland fares
HEALTH
 •  Millions of children eating in uninspected cafeterias
OTHER NEWS
 •  $2.5B shortfall crippling wildlife refuges
 •  Mother touts bicycle awareness
 •  Grants
 •  How they voted
 •  Scottish festival dates set
 •  Filipino veterans yearn for reunification of families
 •  Violinist Koh got deserved ovation for Tchaikovsky
 •  Community calendar
 •  Baltazar, Bumatai to be honored
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Taiko & Karaoke Festival today at McKinley High
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  So bad it would be great TV

Sports
 •  Low's 'magical ride' ends with 78-74 loss Photo gallery
 •  Rainbows sweep doubleheader Photo gallery
 •  Warriors complete volleyball sweep Photo gallery
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Football renewals begin tomorrow
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  St. Andrew's wins in 4 OTs
 •  Three-pointer helps boost Kahuku over Kalaheo
 •  'Iolani rolls past Maryknoll, 54-33
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
 •  Punahou remains unbeaten Photo gallery
BASKETBALL
 •  Vanderbilt coach amazed by Low
BASEBALL
 •  Dodgers' Abreu injures shoulder
OTHER SPORTS
 •  'Iolani grad Sun finishes 2nd
ISLE FILE
 •  Hawai'i softball beats Baylor, 2-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Shot clock ticking on next hire

Island Life
 •  Home alone? Audio
 •  Keawe, Jamile will be honored
 •  Guitars for chicks rocking industry
MOVIES
 •  Once-influential Hollywood mag dies
TELEVISION
 •  Piracy hurts your favorite shows, stars
 •  Reality show for Middle East: Young Arabs visit U.S.
PETS
 •  Animal companions
THEATER
 •  Kumu Kahua's 'Kamau' packs powerful punch
BOOKS
 •  A parallel sovereignty struggle
 •  What I'm reading | Marilyn Bornhorst
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Michelin Guide to tackle Tokyo
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Show at UH-Manoa explores, overloads your senses
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Ash spin cycle at Acid Wash
'OHANA
 •  Learning to fly may involve breaking a wing
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Births
 •  Weddings

Business
 •  Stop and smell the ... anthuriums?
 •  Housing default spread feared
 •  Asia beckoning to cruise market
AIRLINES
 •  Airlines may soon have to warn you about tardy flights
WORKPLACE
 •  Germany's long-term jobless go back to work
INTERNET
 •  Google shortens its memory of search requests
RETAIL
 •  As Sears hedge fund booms, Sears stores languish
CONSUMER
 •  Coke, Pepsi trying to regain market fizz
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Threat to gooey king of cheeses
 •  Nissan's Altima hybrid in 'test phase'
 •  Wal-Mart is world's biggest private employer

Opinion
 •  New bill a good start toward clean elections
COMMENTARY
 •  Mass transit: Creating its own path
 •  Insider politics trumps planning a sensible route
 •  From taggers to copper thieves: Bring them on
 •  Pay me big; I'll tell you what you already know
 •  A game of watching, waiting with China
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  State must share crash data now
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Once-influential Hollywood mag dies
TELEVISION
 •  Piracy hurts your favorite shows, stars
 •  Reality show for Middle East: Young Arabs visit U.S.
THEATER
 •  Kumu Kahua's 'Kamau' packs powerful punch
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Ski Japan: Niseko
 •  Outta here
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Canoe tour offers cultural adventure
 •  Holoholo
 •  Assateague a private show in off season
 •  Let's go: Hawai'i and the world
 •  Tourists in Israel get a chance to be archaeologists for a day
TIM WINSHIP
 •  Wacky policies for redeeming flier miles an enduring mystery
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Las Vegas Hard Rock growing
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Travel offers keenest practical education