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Articles for March 21, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Bradley beats UH-Hilo in 10 innings, 3-2
 •  UH golfers 7th in Thompson tourney; Texas A&M wins
 •  Oceanic Time Warner to hold tech expo April 13
 •  Forgiveness Project holds day retreat April 21
 •  Dean Taba leads jazz ensemble at Honolulu Club tonight
 •  Maluaka development includes eco-friendly features (news release)
 •  Teak & Asian Treasures/Bamboo Barn to close
 •  Ameron's profits rise despite lower sales in Hawai'i
 •  Eagles' Reid returns Friday from leave of absence
 •  Americans stumble at World Figure Skating
 •  Upshaw re-elected as head of NFL players union
 •  'Idol' and KHON news tops local ratings
 •  Roddick, Blake to face Nadal, Spain in Davis Cup
 •  Film on genetically modified crops opens next week
 •  California firm gets OK to build Navy housing here
 •  Social justice talk at Methodist church
 •  Azabu gives more details on bankruptcy reorganization
 •  Hoku Awards adds hip-hop/R&B and video categories
 •  Dating site admits only 'fit, good-looking' people
 •  Lei Day concert to mark 30th anniversary
 •  Semi-truck hits pole on Nimitz; one lane blocked
 •  Sacramento's Artest charged with 4 misdemeanors
 •  Tennis star Mauresmo has appendectomy, out a month
 •  Fire crew checks on burning vehicle in Hale'iwa
 •  Town-bound traffic rather smooth from all sides
 •  Record temperatures for this date: high 86, low 58
 •  Surf down everywhere except along east-facing shores
 •  Spring starts with trade winds, light showers in Islands
 •  Kamehameha reopened in Punalu'u after carport fire
 •  Sugar production business not easy in Europe, either
 •  UH offers 2-for-1 ticket deals for baseball, volleyball
 •  On the air today: NIT, NBA, exhibition baseball
 •  Sports today: OIA, ILH baseball
 •  Legislators to hear from family caregivers today
 •  Prep baseball roundup: Kailua beats Kaimuki
 •  Hawai'i-based Marines, sailors return tonight from Iraq
 •  Mayor to announce plans for Hawaii 'Folk Life' festival
 •  Man convicted in 15-year-old murder case
 •  Body removed from Ke'ehi Lagoon
 •  Kahalu'u crash kills father, baby
 •  Police Beat: Stalled car leads to theft arrest
 •  Punahou soccer coach Clague retires after 34 years
 •  UH football player Jones arrested
 •  Republicans kill Native Hawaiian homeownership bill
 •  Plans advance for 50th anniversary statehood party
 •  UNLV releases football schedule; Hawai'i still on it
 •  UH announces football spring practice schedule
 •  Rainbow Wahine rise to No. 21 in national softball poll
 •  State has order for Tamiflu suspended for Japan teens
 •  Defense secretary to visit Isles for Keating ceremony
 •  UH water polo remains No. 8 in national poll
 •  Today's events: Jazz music, 'Makua' art, 'Lost' party
 •  Service providers go tent to tent, urging homeless to move
 •  Weed and Seed rally today at HCC
 •  Fiji's military says no elections for at least 3 years
 •  Bush promises to help South Pacific 'any way we can'
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Business highlights: Motorola, FedEx, Sirius, oil prices
 •  Fed remarks help Wall Street make strong gains
 •  5 missing, 1 dead after cargo ships sinks in Philippines
 •  State sues for improper disposal of mortgage records
 •  Study gives Chinese restaurant food nutritional beating
 •  Will Sanjaya earn spot in 'Idol' summer concert tour?
 •  Hilo fugitive since May 2006 caught in lower Puna
 •  Insurance company employees donate goods to homeless
 •  Workshop set for today on starting a business on Maui
 •  CycleSwap benefit garage sale scheduled for Saturday
 •  AIG Hawaii workers lend a hand to homeless
 •  NFL could announce new discipline policy next week
 •  Federer visits Woods during Doral practice round
 •  Are you at risk for a fall? Free tests for seniors
 •  Kamehameha Schools Song Contest airs Friday
 •  Easter show on church stage March 29 to April 7
 •  Federal Reserve leaves key interest rate unchanged
 •  UH showing films tomorrow on penguins, polar ice
 •  Australian leader vows not to abandon U.S. in Iraq
 •  Brown Bags to Stardom lists finalists

Local News
 •  Where will we put all the storage facilities?
 •  Mentally ill at OCCC harmed, report warns
 •  Out front and aging
 •  Young Samoans have little choice but to enlist
 •  Navy won't share sonar data
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Some Ala Wai canoe clubs back in canal
 •  Road project data available
 •  Fields, courts eyed for Geiger
 •  Students' art to be on display
 •  Park opening being delayed
 •  Restrooms get sprucing up
 •  Eight endangered ducks missing
 •  Residents asked to save water
 •  Firefighters train via video
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Former NFL player is on his way to Iraq war
 •  Senate confirms Keating as new Pacific Command head
COURTS
 •  Auto theft suspect has lengthy rap sheet
 •  Charges dismissed in HPD case
POLICE
 •  Police: Custodian 'very active' in drug deals
 •  OCCC transformer blast injures inmates
POLICE BEAT
 •  Burned Maui girl clinging to life
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Can city afford transit system?
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Canoes set sail after Satawal rites
BIG ISLAND
 •  Murder suspect gets term in escape
MAUI
 •  Burned Maui girl clinging to life
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Burned Maui girl clinging to life
 •  Obituaries
JIM DOOLEY
 •  HPD gears up to fight terrorists

Sports
 •  Wahine softball team's 3-game sweep sweet
 •  Kapolei gets past 'Aiea in OIA, 35-23 Photo gallery
 •  Ching, Nagata top scholar-athletes
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
 •  Fujiki propels Owls
BASKETBALL
 •  Tar Heels' Hansbrough has go-for-broke attitude
ISLE FILE
 •  CU's Whiting honored
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Any way you slice it, he's paying

Island Life
 •  Ready for your kid's summer?
 •  When life handed her lemons, she made a dress
 •  'In the Heart' characters personify war
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  NOAA celebrates 200 years
TASTE
 •  Alan Wong and his crew find Culinary insights Video
 •  Big Island farmers trying new veggies, cheeses and teas
 •  When it comes to smoked meat, 'No can beat 'em'
 •  Wong challenge brings back memories
 •  Grilled veggies beef up pasta salad
 •  Culinary calendar
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Stuffing veggies as Cubans do it
QUICK BITES
 •  Chefs cookin' it up for food bank
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Turnover turns up in California

Business
 •  Tourism industry urges national publicity push
 •  In Detroit, pressure builds
 •  IRS says refunds up, more e-filing
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Being a millionaire just isn't what it used to be
 •  Consumer Reports vows to do better
 •  Does your doctor get gifts from drug firms?
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Many still miss phone-tax claim

Opinion
 •  Latest tragedy boosts need for new child law
 •  Fisheries bill must be radically overhauled
COMMENTARY
 •  Hee must do more than talk about humility
 •  'Fall guy' term of art in halls of government
 •  Let us now praise worker ants
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Wednesday