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Articles for March 26, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Jake the Snake throws hip-hop party Saturday at Pipeline
 •  Analyst downgrades Tesoro shares to 'sell' from 'hold'
 •  Hawai'i honey sales fall 34% to $1.1 million in 2006
 •  Coast Guard probing death on catamaran
 •  Fan ejected for heckling Serena Williams
 •  Outrigger Napili Shores finishes $3 milion renovation
 •  Charges sought against 'Pacman' Jones in shooting
 •  Tech & Internet expo set for April 13 at Blaisdell
 •  Marshall Faulk officially announces retirement
 •  Utah to hire Michigan St.'s Boylen as basketball coach
 •  Colts to open NFL season against Saints on Sept. 6
 •  Anime conference Kawaii Kon set for April 27-29
 •  Arkansas fires basketball coach Stan Heath
 •  Restaurant Epic closes after less than 2 months
 •  Isle-trained 'Morning Light' crew 'ready for Transpac'
 •  Hiroshi Fukui holds food-and-wine workshop Wednesday
 •  'Bodacious Women' festival fundraiser set for April 12
 •  Windward church group to hold Good Friday service
 •  American Hansen wins gold in 100-meter breaststroke
 •  Germany dumps United States men in world water polo
 •  Today's events: Easter bunny photos, cosmic bowling
 •  North Carolina student who performed as mascot dies
 •  Freshmen Durant, Oden named AP All-Americans
 •  Saints agree to stay in New Orleans through 2010
 •  Jaworski to replace Theismann on 'Monday Night'
 •  Gwen Stefani coming to Blaisdell on Aug. 24
 •  Trade winds bring showers to mauka, Windward areas
 •  Mutant Ninja Turtles dethrone '300' warriors
 •  Sports tomorrow: Prep baseball, basketball
 •  Sports today: OIA baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: NIT, NCAA women hoops, tennis
 •  Kaua'i County offices closed today
 •  State, city offices closed for Kuhio Day
 •  Keating takes over Pacific Command today
 •  Surf drops as trade winds dwindle
 •  Lanes to be closed along H-3
 •  Man killed in catamaran accident identified as father of three
 •  Police investigating non-traffic fatality at Kalani home
 •  Woman remains in hospital after catamaran accident
 •  Wai'anae man dies weeks after Makakilo area H-1 crash
 •  Catamaran owner releases statement on fatal accident
 •  Coast Guard probing death on catamaran
 •  Hawaiian Tel, union agree to 1-year contract extension
 •  Services set for father, son killed in Kahalu'u crash
 •  Ching may sit out U.S. soccer game against Guatemala
 •  80-year-old pedestrian killed yesterday on Kaua'i
 •  Keating assumes top job in U.S. Pacific Command
 •  Mayor: City can't pay for new driver's license program
 •  Ex-Isle resident becomes Oberlin basketball coach
 •  Warriors drop to No. 13 in volleyball poll
 •  Akaka's bill would require federal managers be trained
 •  Hawai'i Feb. home foreclosures up 7% from year ago
 •  Sprint Nextel resumes service after 3-hour outage
 •  Critical errors found in reporting Tillman's death
 •  Maui bike tours set rules, hope to avoid regulation
 •  Scam targets HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union members
 •  Big Island business aims to revive 'opihi population
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Business highlights: home sales, Citigroup, Northwest
 •  Four South Korean students drown in Saipan
 •  Autopsy details Anna Nicole's miserable last days
 •  Scientists converge in Islands to discuss rats' impact
 •  N.Y. lab testing pet food to find tainted ingredient
 •  Stocks end mixed after bleak home-sales data
 •  Hawai'i's Wilson moves up in PGA FedEx Cup standings
 •  Kalihi center seeks volunteers to tutor kids
 •  Kapa'a Quarry road cleanup set for Sunday
 •  Flower-arranging demonstrations, exhibit set
 •  Drainage work will affect H-1 traffic
 •  Dole Cannery to screen 'Meet The Robinsons' in 3D
 •  More lane closures this week for Pu'uloa Road project
 •  Light pole work could mean lane closures
 •  California firm sells Hawai'i-based call center
 •  'I Love Kailua' party set for April 29
 •  No motives in 'false crack' attacks by youths on Kaua'i
 •  'Eddie Would Go' author wins humanitarian award
 •  Scientists see Kilauea reflected in Mount St. Helens
 •  Spring break continues for public schools
 •  On the air today: NCAA women hoops, arena football

Local News
 •  Local payday lenders welcome regulations Video
 •  More Honolulu police carrying stun guns
 •  Man dies on Maui catamaran
 •  Health insurers under gun
 •  Makaha shooting suspect released; 3 others sought
 •  Waste plan raising concern in Pearl City
 •  46,000 pot plants seized
 •  Lanes closed for drainage work
 •  Waialua alumni plan car wash
 •  Bridge work starts this week
 •  Easter egg hunt will be April 7
 •  Students host HUGS benefit
 •  Bookmobile resumes service
 •  Kaua'i County offices closed
 •  Youths take over Legislature Photo gallery
 •  Overhaul of VA system studied
 •  Warrior act targets troops, caregivers
 •  Wounded Warrior Act 1st step to rectify care of troops
 •  Aircraft goes for broke in skies over Iraq
 •  War wounded straining hospital
 •  Police beat
 •  Regulation may come to waters off Wai'anae
 •  Koa cutting plan draws fire
 •  Kuhio Day (Open/Close)
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  It's your Earth, so act wisely

 •  Rainbows rally to top Wolf Pack, 5-4 Photo gallery
 •  Donovan, Ching lift U.S., 3-1
 •  Georgetown Hoyas Final Four bound Photo gallery
 •  Florida Gators Final Four bound Photo gallery
 •  Report: Theismann out of 'MNF' booth
 •  Nats' Williams secures spot
 •  Gilbert qualifies for NCAA Regionals
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Integrating the Arts Video
 •  Art offers message of reconciliation
 •  Kids make murals with expert tutor
 •  These CD singles are worth buying
 •  Secret e-mails to ex? Whoa!
 •  Idol singers find, it's all about the image
 •  Gwen Stefani plans Island gig
 •  Save the Planet
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hawaiian unveils upgraded Web site
 •  When workplaces are pulpits
 •  March hoop madness not THAT big
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Leadership Corner
 •  Tourism from top 4 declines
 •  Coming events

 •  DHHL must rely less on federal funding
 •  Avian flu awareness essential part of plan
 •  Medical liability reform can and will work
 •  White House taking executive privilege too far
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Idol singers find, it's all about the image
 •  These CD singles are worth buying
 •  TGI Monday