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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 2, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH-Hilo women's tennis advances in regional
 •  Inouye's two-hitter helps Kaiser win in OIA tourney
 •  Voting ends for public school teachers contract
 •  'Iolani High finalist in National Economics Challenge
 •  Omaha-based firm acquires Hawaii Pacific Engineers
 •  UH tennis player Weber gets NCAA invite
 •  UH moves up to No. 13 in softball poll
 •  UH finishes second at WAC men's golf tournament
 •  BIIF girls basketball tournament results
 •  Japan Air Lines loses $135M in year ended March 31
 •  Hall of Famer Cepeda arrested on drug charges
 •  Hotel workers to rally in front of Ala Moana condotel
 •  Honolulu's Battease advances at Golden Gloves
 •  SBA launches tutorial Web site for entrepreneurs
 •  Five San Jose St. teams penalized by NCAA
 •  Haagen-Dazs rolls out Hawaiian Lehua Honey ice cream
 •  Jordan, Woods joke around in pro-am round
 •  New Hope ministry offers leadership forum
 •  UH series to screen '10 Questions' Dalai Lama film
 •  Nadal tops Federer on court of half grass, half clay
 •  Serena Williams pulls out of German Open
 •  Portland's Roy named NBA Rookie of the Year
 •  'Iolani, Punahou square off again in ILH baseball
 •  High school sports tomorrow: OIA baseball playoffs
 •  High schools sports today: ILH, OIA baseball
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH-Manoa at UH-Hilo baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: OIA, UH baseball
 •  On the air today: Lakers-Suns
 •  OIA baseball tournament schedule
 •  OIA basketball tournament pairings
 •  Venus Williams wins in Warsaw
 •  Hawaiian Holdings withdraws Pacific Exchange listing (news release)
 •  Honoka'a High's Maekawa wins fourth golf title
 •  Kamehameha Maui earns state baseball berth
 •  OIA girls water polo tournament begins today
 •  Hawai'i teachers approve new contract
 •  Suspect arrested in killing of N.C. man
 •  Contract postal unit worker charged with theft
 •  Punahou wins ILH baseball tournament
 •  Man, 54, charged with enticement of a child
 •  Program to safeguard Hawai'i from snakes to continue
 •  Woman charged with kidnapping, assault
 •  Police seeking black station wagon in hit-and-run
 •  1 year in jail for stealing 300 pounds of mangoes
 •  Kane'ohe man arrested for robbery
 •  USDA orders inspection of all Isle plant exports
 •  Police Beat: Alleged Internet predator arrested
 •  Woman suing Vegas casino for bedbug bites
 •  Murder indictment issued in Watanabe murder case
 •  Hickam team IDs five missing WWII airmen
 •  UH's APR scores improve; football loses 1 scholarship
 •  U.S. House panel backs Akaka bill today with vote
 •  Retired UH associate dean, theater professor dies
 •  Advertiser's publisher wins Gannett President's Ring
 •  O'ahu single-family home, condo prices surge in April
 •  National & World News Highlights
 •  Honolulu No. 2 for priciest homes in U.S., report finds
 •  Wal-Mart recalls baby bibs with high levels of lead
 •  Multiple crews searching for scuba diver off Big Island
 •  Lane closures near Ala Moana Center start today
 •  Days before Moloka'i crash, FAA ordered end to flights
 •  Partnership plan to build new Maui hospital on hold
 •  Ideas, myths abound over honeybee disappearance
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono back Iraq-veto override that fails
 •  Firefighter crews at brushfire behind Waipahu High
 •  Hawai'i's 2007 Presidential Scholars named
 •  Media, celebrities pitch in for Kids Day
 •  Today's events: Story of seasons, lounge act, UH dance
 •  Dow passes 13,200, hits second-straight record close
 •  More trade winds in today's forecast
 •  Remnants of New Zealand storm raise surf
 •  Pedestrian accident reported at Beretania, Punchbowl
 •  Three state buildings recognized for energy efficiency
 •  Kauai's Yates faces Maui's Victorino in MLB matchup
 •  Business highlights: Dow Jones, Factories, Cablevision
 •  Hilo Medical Center contends with Norovirus outbreak
 •  Bishop Museum Press wins award
 •  No clues in helicopter crash at celebrity chef's estate
 •  Hawaiian Airlines narrows loss slightly in first quarter
 •  No tsunami threat after 3.5 quake hits Big Island
 •  Fire destroys abandoned home on Big Island
 •  Power restored to Waipahu homes; street reopens
 •  Pipeline work on Nimitz Highway
 •  Golfer's eighth ace defies logic, odds
 •  Crash reported in H-1 lanes near Makakilo off-ramp

Local News
 •  Made-up distress calls cost pair $51,000
 •  36 more sets of 'iwi found at Ward site
 •  Dance arcade game comes to P.E. rescue
 •  Mainland company may publish Yellow Pages
 •  False report may lead to charges
 •  Jack Johnson sings message
 •  Drug seizures suggest switch
 •  Brush fire chars land, no homes
 •  Help paint out graffiti May 5
 •  Kids' soccer team forming
 •  Closing hospital unit on agenda
 •  Maintenance to cause odors
 •  Water service to be shut off
 •  Montessori gets bond proceeds
 •  Lingle vetoes don't hold up
 •  Djou latest victim of Marshall 'power play'
 •  Roughead outlines future for Pacific
 •  Teacher contract down to the wire
 •  Still no trace of missing Japanese woman
 •  Widow collapses at Don Ho tribute
 •  Obituaries
 •  Damage claims top $294,000

 •  Trapasso juggling starting rotation
 •  Hilo alum hits college trifecta
 •  Wie to play Canadian Women's Open
 •  Kamehameha wins, to play 'Iolani for ILH title Photo gallery
 •  Mililani squads again ones to beat
 •  Saint Louis dedicates new track to Lau
 •  Cartwright Cup for state baseball titlists to be unveiled
 •  Moanalua boys judo top seed in tourney
 •  Today's events
 •  5 earn aloha section PGA scholorships
 •  OIA baseball tournament schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  OIA girls basketball tournament schedule
 •  Ex-Raiders eye volleyball title aloha from the bruins
 •  Four Isle surfers advance at longboard meet
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Nash ready to leave his imprint

Island Life
 •  Return of the kids
 •  A sweet return for 'Auntie Kau'i'
 •  Maguire looks beyond 3rd Spidey film
 •  Getting a head start on learning
 •  KPT's little Family Library a big hit
 •  PACT offers a variety of programs to help families
 •  PBS spotlights legend in American music
 •  'Iolani palace comes alive
 •  Chef Nobu shares his food philosophy Video
 •  A colorful sampling of Chef Nobu's signature dishes
 •  Trick taste buds with sweet and sour crostini
 •  Baked rigatoni still tasty without butter
 •  Shrimp lovers will flip for quick and tasty dish
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Creating a family cookbook
 •  Make a meal at home on mom's day
 •  Vino Kapalua closing next month
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

 •  Less open warehouse space in Honolulu
 •  Airport parking to expand
 •  First Hawaiian revenue up 10.6%; net income, assets up, too
 •  Murdoch offers $5 billion for Dow Jones
 •  Business practices heap up backlog at U.S. patent office
 •  Goliath sues David over plant food
 •  Farmers' markets get fresh business
 •  Tesoro OKs stock split, dividend hike
 •  EU wants in on WTO talks on China trademark policy
 •  Brazil planting its economic future in cane fields
 •  April tough month for carmakers' U.S. sales
 •  In search of conventioneers

 •  Communities should accommodate our elderly, infirm
 •  Time is running out for an Iraq solution
 •  The restorative power of sweet magnolias
 •  Our 2007 Legislature: High hopes, low points
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Lion King' roars at box office
 •  PBS spotlights legend in American music
 •  TGI Wednesday