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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 29, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  3 tied for lead in Houston Open; McLachlin shoots 74
 •  West Virginia beats Clemson for NIT title, 78-73
 •  Woman arrested in threat, assault case
 •  Man released after sexual assault arrest
 •  Honolulu Zoo renews accreditation
 •  USC star receiver Jarrett runs slow 40 at Pro Day
 •  Akaka lauds UH Tropical Agriculture's 100-year mark
 •  Garrison-Pohakuloa wins national conservation award
 •  Ochoa off to good start at LPGA's Kraft Nabisco
 •  UH Manoa to screen 'Seoul Train' documentary exposé
 •  Kona Village Resort sold to Dell-led investment group
 •  Cosmo's hunk search is on!
 •  Soccer star Maradona being treated for alcoholism
 •  Financial literacy fair set for Wednesday in Honolulu
 •  Kahuku girls wrestling team competing in Detroit
 •  New Mexico State's Theus reprimanded by WAC
 •  NCL offers Nintendo Wii on Hawai'i cruises
 •  Firefighters responding to broken gas line report
 •  Hotel workers to rally in front of Ala Moana condotel
 •  Mayor to address media today at zoo's elephant facility
 •  NCAA Division I men's basketball coaching changes
 •  Maui's Renee DeWitt survives latest cut on 'Top Model'
 •  Island students create art for Dalai Lama's April visit
 •  Big Island Film Festival screens Kailua resident's movie
 •  Chabad of Hawai'i holding Passover services and seders
 •  Manoa Valley Theatre announces 2007-2008 season
 •  Navy today launches 'Child Abuse Prevention' month
 •  UH water polo team in final home game Saturday
 •  U.S. women's water polo team advances to world final
 •  Ochoa looks for first major, Kim in field at Kraft Nabisco
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH baseball, prep baseball, basketball
 •  Sports today: High school baseball, basketball
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH baseball, LPGA, NBA, tennis
 •  On the air today: NIT championship, LPGA
 •  Sunny skies, scattered showers dot forecast
 •  'Teleportation' to be discussed at Kona conference (news release)
 •  Metro One signs new contract with Hawaiian Telcom (news release)
 •  Small surf all around the islands
 •  Students testifying for 'Peace Day' bill
 •  Pole work to slow traffic on Kamehameha Highway
 •  Panel rejects Lingle nominee to run prisons, sheriffs
 •  Warrior volleyball team wins fifth in a row
 •  Inouye aide: Budget cut raises risk of snake slipping in
 •  Honolulu doctor indicted in illegal prescriptions case
 •  Seven names submitted for open OHA seat
 •  2nd Mauna Kea crash victim identified
 •  Wai'alae driveway accident victim identified
 •  Kimberly Kim shoots 78 in Kraft Nabisco Championship
 •  Voyaging canoes expected to leave Yap at 4 p.m.
 •  Undercover sting nets 11 drug arrests
 •  Bodybuilder arrested in steroids raid
 •  'Ordnance Reef' survey turns up 'no immediate threat'
 •  Police unveil new disaster command center
 •  5 suicide bombers kill at least 122 in Baghdad
 •  Visitor arrivals down in February, but spending up
 •  Ex-Warriors impress at football UH Pro Day in California
 •  Police Beat: Boy arrested in garden-shears threat case
 •  Hawai'i-based troops, Strykers returning on Monday
 •  Obama's Hawai'i supporters open homes for meetings
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Business highlights: Dell, telecom deal, Northwest
 •  Inouye, Akaka help Senate pass bill on troop pullout
 •  Today's events: health fair, family fest, wrestling bout
 •  Pedestrian, 87, hurt after struck near Diamond Head
 •  Girl ejected from plane for coughing returns to O'ahu
 •  Wall Street ends higher as investors weigh oil surge
 •  Big Isle residents already preparing for next big quake
 •  Report finds salaries for top Kaua'i officials lag behind
 •  Support seen for community services office on Kaua'i
 •  Humpback whale count is Saturday
 •  Aloha Youth Rugby tourney starts today in La'ie
 •  Police arrest 28 on Big Island for DUI in week span
 •  Fans keep 'Idol' dream alive for Sanjaya, now in top 9
 •  Transit meeting set for today at McKinley High School
 •  'Lost' star Yunjin Kim lands role in S. Korean thriller
 •  Phelps sets third world record in as many days
 •  $10 million grant awarded to improve reading skills
 •  Merrie Monarch traffic pattern announced
 •  Mayor Kim discharged from hospital, goes home
 •  Kailua library sets keiki story times
 •  Pothole repairs will close parts of H-1, H-2
 •  Medical school to host cancer information day
 •  Honolulu Family Festival begins today
 •  Merrie Monarch events kick off April 8 on Big Island
 •  HFD's 90th firefighter recruit class graduates today
 •  Youth Legislature wraps up session today at Capitol
 •  Smoke-testing under way in Waipahu sewer lines
 •  City offices to be closed in observance of Good Friday
 •  Kona airport tower project gets $6.5 million
 •  Top public schools principals to be saluted today
 •  State flags at half-staff today in honor of late legislator

Local News
 •  EPA cites flaws at wastewater plant
 •  Superferry's summer launch cleared
 •  Bypassing a bottleneck
 •  Developer gets OK to rebury iwi on site
 •  House OKs Hawaiian housing
 •  Mobilization put to the test
 •  A reader's dream come true Video
 •  Catamaran victim stable
 •  Women talk about school
 •  Band to give free concert
 •  Hale Alii condo hearing delayed
 •  Drum festival features Endo
 •  BOE meet open to community
 •  Wailua Bridge traffic reroute
 •  UHH team does well at the U.N.
 •  How to aid teenagers in solving problems
 •  More college students using mental health services
 •  College Board targeting AP
 •  Community service key at Saint Michael's
 •  Will justices hear Schools appeal?
 •  Target stakes out two sites on O'ahu
 •  Sy to represent Isles at D.C.'s Jefferson Awards Video
 •  Deaths on Mauna Kea devastate tiny college
 •  Kaua'i seeks U.S. funds for projects
 •  Patience needed in paying fine
 •  Obituaries

 •  Kauai High coaches told to reapply for jobs
 •  He's having a field day
 •  Futures riding on Pro Day
 •  Roosevelt stops Kalani, 48-46 Photo gallery
 •  Punahou slips past Pac-Five, 3-2
 •  'Iolani softball coach steps down
 •  Kauai High coaches told to reapply for jobs
 •  Kaua'i's Watabu joins elite field in Masters
 •  Amateur Kim tees up for first major
 •  Hayashi, Taketa to defend Aloha Section title
 •  No joke when ball finds cup
 •  Holes in One
 •  Trigg has something cooking for Lawler fight
 •  UH softball remains No. 21 in poll
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH needs a thriller, not a filler

Island Life
 •  Chaminade dean learns to eat right, lose weight
 •  Ira Glass brings 'Life' to TV
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Fast food full of bad choices
 •  Take care of your body before pregnancy
 •  Get hands-on with science at Bishop Museum
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tam ready to step out of 'A Chorus Line' role

 •  Hawaiian Telcom gets $52M as part of accord
 •  Ranch plans to respond to EIS comments
 •  Circuit City fires higher earners
 •  Kapalua hotel part of land deal
 •  United flight links U.S., China capitals
 •  Your finances also could use a spring cleaning
 •  Graduating college — debt-free
 •  Be ready for retirement with diversified holdings
 •  House committee approves shareholder 'say on pay' bill
 •  State bond sale grabs low rate

 •  Working poor need significant tax relief
 •  Tillman case demands action, investigation
 •  Hawai'i should follow New York City's lead
 •  However we leave Iraq, threat will remain
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday