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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 5, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Mililani boys, girls win OIA track championships
 •  Pearl City captures OIA baseball title
 •  Kahuku girls win OIA water polo crown
 •  Haleiwa surfer Perkins advances in France
 •  HPU sweeps Chaminade in softball doubleheader
 •  Mayweather tops De La Hoya in split decision
 •  UC Irvine wins men's NCAA volleyball crown
 •  Kentucky Derby finish order
 •  State boys and girls tennis seeds
 •  Lunas defend MIL girls water polo title
 •  Honolulu's Kaneko shoots 78 in Japan LPGA event
 •  Mariners pitcher Mateo sought after wife gets stitches
 •  Derby attendees get glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II
 •  Bonds hits 744th career homer, 11 short of record
 •  BIIF girls water polo tournament results
 •  BIIF girls basketball semifinal results
 •  Manchester United closes in on Premier League title
 •  No 5-set Federer-Nadal duel as Rome changes format
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air Sunday: Golf, baseball, hockey playoffs
 •  On the air today: Kentucky Derby, OIA baseball final
 •  Monday's high school events
 •  Monday's sporting events
 •  Tomorrow's sporting events
 •  Today's sporting events
 •  Today's high school events
 •  Pearl City sweeps OIA judo titles
 •  Nine arrested in drug sweep on O'ahu streets
 •  Man, 93, killed in Kalihi house fire; 6 left homeless
 •  Police search for woman, 25, last seen in Mapunapuna
 •  Corner to join UH football team in fall
 •  McLachlin shoots 69, Wilson 72 at Wachovia tourney
 •  Man badly hurt in fall from Venus nightclub building
 •  2 injured after motorcycle is rear-ended in Waipahu
 •  Brushfire burns about 5 acres near Kaua'i jail
 •  Big Island police renew request for help with fatal crash
 •  Island restaurants take banned bottomfish off menus
 •  911 cell-phone callers can be located on Big Island
 •  Two new pups discovered during monk seal count
 •  Pearlridge Satellite City Hall set to reopen Tuesday
 •  Mayor to honor lifeguards during Beach Safety Week
 •  Application period open now for Nu'uanu catfish season
 •  Big Island park to close during coqui eradication
 •  Soccer's Ching makes $220,000 with Houston
 •  Middle Street off-ramp closed Sunday night, early Monday
 •  Derby horses cleared of performance-enhancing drugs
 •  Public hearing set on forest reserve expansion proposals
 •  Surfing in Peru no longer just for the elite
 •  Waialua students offer free concert Sunday
 •  Tiny bubbles fitting end for Ho farewell
 •  Sunny weather expected to last through the weekend
 •  Surf looks bleak for the next several days
 •  Crowds stake out spots for Don Ho tribute
 •  Ex-UH star Lelie strains quad, to miss minicamp
 •  UH-Manoa tops UH-Hilo in baseball, 7-2
 •  Street Sense comes from behind to win Kentucky Derby
 •  Tribute concert among handful of Waikiki events
 •  Olympic sprint champ has tryout with Buccaneers

Local News
 •  USS Hawaii ready to join the fleet Photo gallery Video
 •  Who benefited from technology tax credits?
 •  After Colt's comments, UH vows to upgrade facilities
 •  Woman charged in church thefts
 •  Transit system segment approved
 •  Perry & Price on-air interview raises tempers
 •  FAA asking $50K fine for uncertified air tours
 •  Classes canceled as fumes probed
 •  Body identified as missing diver's
 •  Obituaries

 •  Rainbow's Daly One-hits Vulcans
 •  Miami rookies get warm reception
 •  Perkins gains fourth round of world longboard event
 •  Govs, Rough Riders roll into semifinals Photo gallery
 •  Kalani, Radford in semifinals
 •  Vierra pitches in for save as Surfriders hold off Mililani, 12-11 Photo gallery
 •  Chargers beat Kaiser, 12-3, will play for first title since 1999 tonight Photo gallery
 •  St. Andrew's wins D-II state berth
 •  Kapolei, Kahuku play for OIA crown today
 •  Today's events
 •  OIA Baseball
 •  OIA Basketball
 •  Games on TV
 •  Pearl City wins OIA judo titles
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Cinco de Mayo
 •  Huge crowd expected today at Don Ho's memorial service
 •  Makaha Sons concert tickets on sale
 •  Take in Israel Day festivities tomorrow
 •  Saint Francis School is family fun land in Manoa
 •  Hot for Teacher at Anna's
 •  Shaggy tops reggae show
 •  Homework help is fine, but ...
 •  Video game is yummy fun for all
 •  Stop the complaining, be happy
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Searching for eternal comfort
 •  'Free Your Mind' with Buddhism
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

 •  Horizon Lines Inc. to buy HI Stevedores
 •  '60s hippie settles down to selling 'stuff' for a living
 •  State works to meet new terms for plant exports
 •  Hungry investors buy West Texas desert parcels sight unseen
 •  Rising gas prices, shrinking home equity making consumers cut back on spending
 •  William Patridge, leader in building, 89
 •  Microsoft renewing efforts to negotiate Yahoo takeover
 •  A&B says it wants to buy logistics companies
 •  YouTube rewards video success
 •  April jobless rate at 4.5 percent
 •  Mercedes dealer receives award

 •  Aloha, Don, we'll always remember you
 •  In Bush's world, facts don't seem to matter
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Video game is yummy fun for all
 •  TGI Saturday