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Articles for May 1, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Kamehameha tops Punahou, 49-44, in basketball
 •  Wie will play in Canadian Women's Open
 •  Yankee rookie no-hit bid foiled by leg injury
 •  Raptors edge Nets to stave off elimination in NBA
 •  49ers shore up roster, admit they discussed Moss
 •  Manu Boyd leaves OHA to join Waikiki shopping center
 •  Kapalua Resort's Vino restaurant to close June 11
 •  Dolphins release Marcus Vick
 •  Tesoro approves 2-for-1 stock split, doubles dividend
 •  State rejects request to yank Wilcox hospital's license
 •  Honolulu man reunited with African Peace Corps pal
 •  Vacancy rate for O'ahu office space rises in 1st quarter
 •  Chiefs first-round pick in 2002 traded to Bucs
 •  Met fan banned 3 years for shining flashlight at players
 •  Local engineer invests in Mokulele Airlines
 •  Business highlights: Dow Jones, auto sales, P&G
 •  OIA girls basketball tournament schedule
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA, NHL playoffs, ILH on radio
 •  BIIF basketball tournaments start tonight
 •  Two horses drop out of Kentucky Derby
 •  Baldwin, Kamehameha Maui to meet for state berth
 •  Tibetan monk to give mind-training seminars May 19-20
 •  Free 'Boundaries' course at Central Union Church
 •  First class of Pacific Buddhist Academy graduates May 18
 •  After drafting USC's Jarrett, Panthers cut WR Johnson
 •  Today's events: Lei Day, May Day and Brothers Caz
 •  Federer, Nadal to meet on half-clay, half-grass court
 •  Today's major-league probables
 •  On the air today: NBA and NHL playoffs
 •  Sports today: Statewide high school events
 •  Stocks end up after bid for Dow Jones reignites buying
 •  Ho's widow collapses after tribute hula
 •  Man charged for robbing cabbie
 •  Man arrested for online child enticement
 •  Drowning victim was Virginia man
 •  AARP presenting pedestrian safety forum
 •  False report charge possible in Kalihi Kai assault case
 •  Body found at Kalaeloa identified by ME
 •  Man, 62, charged with molesting child
 •  Additional 'iwi unearthed at Kaka'ako construction site
 •  Hawai'i delegation disappointed with Bush veto
 •  Traffic dispute leads to knifepoint threat
 •  8 UH players will attend NFL minicamps starting Friday
 •  Hawaiian Telcom to sell directory business for $435M
 •  Teen owes Coast Guard $29,000 for false Mayday call
 •  State Senate overrides Lingle vetoes on UH regents
 •  Art exhibit's gunman footage mistaken for real thing
 •  Tainted animal feed is low threat to humans, FDA says
 •  New airport parking garage will be bigger than planned
 •  Lingle names interim DLNR director
 •  Patients alerted of burst water pipe at Queen's office
 •  Bush vetoes bill to withdraw troops from Iraq
 •  Hawai'i 'Lion King' fans break 2 ticket-related records
 •  Neighborhood Board election results available online
 •  Stampede at concert of Arab 'American Idol' kills 7
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Tourism team travels to Midwest to promote Hawai'i
 •  Closed season for bottomfishing moved to mid-May
 •  Lei Day celebrations kick off in Waikiki
 •  Campaign investigation clears Hawai'i Democratic Party
 •  Two injured in traffic accident near Ma'ili Beach Park
 •  'Tasting menu' taking flight on Hawaiian's first class (news release)
 •  Free conference today for landlords, rental agents
 •  State Courts celebrating Law Day
 •  UH's Sinclair Library celebrates 50 years
 •  Borders to open store in Windward Mall in late July
 •  BYU Hawaii rated nation's top private college value
 •  Del Monte profit lifted by closing of Kunia operations
 •  Jury selection starts in '91 fatal shooting at Maui camp
 •  Vote boosts chances for local control at Maui Memorial
 •  Lingle to provide DLNR director search update today
 •  Conference will focus on 'green building'
 •  Cinco De Mayo fest will shut some downtown streets
 •  Baby Hui slates mom-keiki event
 •  Wastewater waiver to be discussed at mayor's meeting
 •  HUGS marks 25th anniversary with yearlong events
 •  Kailua treatment plant work may increase noise, odors
 •  Makaha Sons concert set for June 16 at Shell
 •  Bill on health insurance regulation heads for passage
 •  51st annual National Bike Month starts rolling today
 •  More trade winds, passing showers expected
 •  U.S. looking into report al-Qaida in Iraq's leader killed
 •  Northwest swell bringing higher surf in afternoon
 •  State testing emergency alert system today
 •  Modified traffic pattern slated for Pu'uloa Road
 •  Pilot error cause of crash that killed Yankee pitcher
 •  British lab testing to see if cricket coach was poisoned

Local News
 •  School budget likely $670M over 2 years
 •  Island pineapple canning will end
 •  Nanakuli wants to split up intermediate, high schools
 •  Hawaiian Telcom steps up its plans
 •  Shipments of isle garbage hit snag
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Teacher's a blood drive 'poster child'
 •  Kalamaku show at Kilohana
 •  Work to close Pu'uloa lanes
 •  Work begins on curbs, sidewalks
 •  Conference will cover addiction
 •  Board weighing new park hours
 •  Swim classes offered at Y
 •  Baldwin wins recycle contest
 •  Collection of e-waste slated
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Labor bill's veto may still face override vote
HIGHER EDUCATION
 •  UH tests emergency notifications system
EDUCATION
 •  DOE to increase its opinion polls
COURTS
 •  Murder suspect says he's innocent
 •  Suspect arraigned in online child enticement case
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  House panel may vote on Akaka bill tomorrow
OTHER NEWS
 •  After storm, Hokule'a ready to go
 •  Ribbon lei making their debut today
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Stolen-car driver gets prison term
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH considers bidding for softball regional
 •  Wallace's 20-year UH reign officially comes to an end
 •  McClean joins Hawai'i's golf elite
 •  UH golfers third in tourney
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Punahou tops 'Iolani in ILH playoffs, 9-1 Photo gallery
 •  Pitching will be key in OIA tournament
 •  Maluenda, Manini-Hew Len capture OIA championships Photo gallery
 •  OIA Baseball playoffs
 •  Today's events
 •  Advertiser girls basketball poll
 •  Advertiser ILH Baseball poll
 •  Games on TV
ISLE FILE
 •  Two 'Bows named All-WAC in tennis
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  'Bows have winning attitude

Island Life
 •  Rearing fuzzy friends
 •  New mom? We want to hear about your special delivery
 •  New spam lei-nyard: It's two Isle icons in one
PARENTING
 •  Here's solution for aggressive preschoolers
LYNDA ARAKAWA
 •  Bringing sexy back at Sears
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Morissette reinvents herself with YouTube video
 •  Pack light, breezy for summer travels
 •  New kitchen appliances multitask
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Mighty Mo discount
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  No clues on how Isle actor fared on 'Jeopardy'

Business
 •  Golden Week looking more golden this year
 •  Isle biotech research heads for new heights
 •  Advertiser to launch newspaper in Japanese
AIRLINES
 •  Focus turns to new logo, CEO after Delta exits bankruptcy
TECHNOLOGY
 •  High-def players not all equal
BANKING
 •  Earnings, loans, deposits, assets all up for Central Pacific
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Drop in real-estate sales hurts A&B's first-quarter profits
 •  HMSA may pay doctors millions
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Spending rise slows in March

Opinion
 •  Climate-change bill sets Isles on right path
 •  Ban on genetic bias sends strong message
COMMENTARY
 •  Tennessee duo exhibiting staying power
 •  Separation of power must be maintained
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday