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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 3, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Troubadours earn state tourney berth
 •  'Iolani wins ILH girls basketball title
 •  OIA girls basketball results
 •  Pearl City upsets Roosevelt in OIA baseball tournament
 •  Ex-Kaua'i football coach sues DOE
 •  Honolulu's Kaneko 3 shots off lead in Japan LPGA event
 •  UH's Turnbull named MPSF water polo's top newcomer
 •  BYUH women, HPU men advance to tennis nationals
 •  Harrington takes 1-shot lead at Wachovia Championship
 •  IPFW upsets Pepperdine, faces Irvine in volleyball final
 •  Tennis teaching pro sues organizers over hybrid court
 •  Trial to begin in case of 1991 fatal shooting on Maui
 •  Maui firm markets product to treat skin cancer (news release)
 •  Longs Drugs reports slight increase in sales nationwide
 •  UH's Tuioti-Mariner on Rimington Trophy watch list
 •  Senas, Higa selected UH-Hilo Athletes of the Year
 •  Pacific Telecommunications Council gets new director
 •  Kapolei, Radford in box car challenge on May 18
 •  Boxing card fundraiser May 12 at Palolo District Park
 •  Academy of Arts picks European, American art curator
 •  Buddhist center offers 'Four Directions' lecture
 •  Hard Rock clubs plan events
 •  Double cut leaves final four to vie for 'Idol' crown
 •  NCAA committee OKs moving 3-point line back a foot
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  NCAA Division II tennis berths at stake today
 •  Friday's high school events
 •  Today's high school events
 •  On the air tomorrow: OIA basketball playoffs
 •  Leilehua shocks Kalani to earn state water polo berth
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, OIA baseball playoffs
 •  Man charged with manslaughter in visitor's death
 •  Rainbows beat Vulcans 10-1
 •  Vehicle overturned in H-3 tunnel
 •  Assault suspect investigated for robbery
 •  Man charged with robbing 5 people
 •  Overnight standoff in Kula ends in shooting arrest
 •  Students, teacher overcome by fumes in Kahuku
 •  Electrical power restored in Waipahu
 •  Hokule'a expected to reach Kumamoto, Japan, today
 •  Bush administration 'strongly opposes' Akaka bill
 •  UH releases its spring commencement schedule
 •  Extra bus service for Ho tribute
 •  1 injury, 1 arrest in Maui shooting incident
 •  Police trying to identify injured man
 •  United Airlines acquires stake in Aloha
 •  Michigan stresses seminar in Hawai'i 'isn't a vacation'
 •  South swell keeps lifeguards busy
 •  No ID yet on recovered body of scuba diver off Big Isle
 •  Obama now under Secret Service protection
 •  Hana dog owner says blood trail led to neighbor's yard
 •  Police Beat: Fight at Kailua gas station leads to arrest
 •  USS Lake Erie to deploy tomorrow for Western Pacific
 •  USS Hawai'i ceremony may be viewed via Web cast
 •  5 Americans accused of bounty hunting in Mexico
 •  Cross-contamination calls for pet food recall to expand
 •  Akaka criticizes VA for awarding $3.8M in bonuses
 •  Business highlights: Wall Street, GM, ABN Amro
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Lawmakers poised to reinstate tax break for gas sales
 •  Vandals sought for damaging bus stops in Puna
 •  S&P closes above 1,500 for first time since Sept. 2000
 •  U.S. military says it killed senior al-Qaida leader
 •  Hawai'i leads nation in jobs resulting from global trade
 •  Adm. Fallon says security improved in half of Baghdad
 •  Obama among Time's list of 100 most influential
 •  McCarran airport in Vegas keeps seeing more travelers
 •  McLachlin shoots 71, Wilson 72 at Wachovia tourney
 •  Lincoln Elementary awarded $31K technology grant
 •  Fire on Big Island under investigation
 •  No injuries from 150-gallon acid spill on Big Island
 •  Services pending for director-actor Roger Alan Long
 •  Today's events: Mom/baby day, 'Romance,' slam poetry
 •  Rally to kick off Bike to Work Day on May 18
 •  Trade winds dwindle; light rains in forecast
 •  South shores still the best bet for surf
 •  Waimanalo comfort station to close for 9 days
 •  Honolulu ranked 7th on list of arts destinations
 •  ML&P to pay $4.1M as it ends pineapple canning
 •  Winners named in Eddie Aikau Essay Contest
 •  East Honolulu Food Fest set for Saturday
 •  Kaka'ako District parks permits now available online
 •  Clinton, Obama slip in latest poll
 •  Night work scheduled for Likelike Highway
 •  Louisville's Pitino signs extension, gets raise, bonus

Local News
 •  Hawai'i put under export quarantine
 •  Teachers OK contract including drug tests
 •  Shuttle readied for Ho event
 •  Old post, revisited Photo gallery Video
 •  Sewer line repair due by 2012
 •  Set and match to Hilo tennis court angel
 •  Wai'anae High celebrating 50th
 •  Xcel to raise cancer funds
 •  Marsh cleanup set for Sunday
 •  Lunalilo Home gets OHA grant
 •  Sewage talk coming to 'Ewa
 •  Learn how to do a fundraiser
 •  Housing fairs draw hundreds
 •  Fire again hits state forest land
 •  Popular-vote bill 'up in the air'
 •  More elder abuse won't be spotted, bill supporters say
 •  Serving that knack for knowledge
 •  Kane'ohe Elementary principal gets honors
 •  2007 Presidential Scholars named
 •  One year in jail for stealing mangoes
 •  Murder suspect sought polygraph
 •  Nanakuli man held in death of tourist
 •  House panel passes Akaka bill on voice vote
 •  Courtyard views designed into Kailua condo project
 •  Virus outbreak at Hilo hospital
 •  Recycling hand count up to 200
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors better in classroom
 •  Baseball to take 'huge' blow, Trapasso warns
 •  Punahou captures title by beating 'Iolani, 6-3 Photo gallery Video
 •  Punahou captures title by beating 'Iolani, 6-3 Photo gallery Video
 •  Five-run 6th rallies P.C. past Moanalua Photo gallery Video
 •  Honoka'a's Maekawa makes BIIF history
 •  Today's events
 •  Games on TV
 •  On the radio
 •  Stubblefield revived '100 Holes of Golf'
 •  Before Michelle, there was Jackie, 71
 •  Clubs were lost, but Wachovia entry found
 •  Aloha Section major at Kapalua Plantation
 •  Golf notices
 •  Holes in One
 •  UH golfers finish second in WAC
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  On-the-job workout
 •  Hawaiian songbird to show she can rock, too
 •  Conrad's grandfather makes aviation history
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Low-calorie not always best choice
 •  All about caffeine: the good, the bad and the unknown
 •  It's Jazz Night on 2nd floor of furniture showcase
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Salsa Hawaii gains new lead with Pedro Haro

 •  Self-storage put on front burner
 •  Home sale prices explode
 •  Reynolds fined for recycling practices
 •  Advertiser's Fisch wins Gannett 'ring'
 •  Hawaiian rules the skies but not first-quarter bottom line
 •  Working families find safety net with emergency grants
 •  Think twice before hoarding 'forever' stamps you might never use
 •  Hawai'i Pacific Engineers sold

 •  Immigration reforms must come quickly
 •  Kids' Day delivers gift
 •  We focus on fluff while world danger grows
 •  HOT lanes can't be ignored in transit plan
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday