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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 7, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  'Iolani captures ILH girls water polo tournament title
 •  'Iolani grad Takata wins bronze in judo
 •  Honolulu's Ibera wins judo crown
 •  Eleven junior Hawai'i surfers advance
 •  Power 4 Sports Football Camp scheduled for July
 •  Hawai'i Red Cross offering free swimming classes
 •  Business highlights: Alcoa, Dow Jones, Clear Channel
 •  Canada tops United States in world hockey
 •  'Rays' Salas suspended 50 games for failed drug test
 •  Boxing's Camacho sentenced to jail term for burglary
 •  'Top Chef' finalists return to Big Island for Dolphin Days
 •  Rainbows open WAC softball tournament on Thursday
 •  Girls state golf tournament participants
 •  Segway inventor to unveil details of robotics contest
 •  Waipahu students perform eco-opera Wednesday
 •  NCL opens lu'au & show at Kaua'i's Kilohana Plantation
 •  ILH winner to be top seed in state water polo tourney
 •  Bishop Museum helps revive Marshallese art of weaving
 •  Foodland to upgrade supermarket software system
 •  Tibetan path dicussed in video series
 •  Landscape design focus of green industry conference
 •  Painter Tae Ja Koki wins 37th annual Aloha Show
 •  UH Lab school student wins congressional art contest
 •  Hawai'i authors win self-published-book award
 •  NBA tells Nelson: No beer in interview room
 •  Cycling's Basso admits involvement in doping scandal
 •  Henin captures second J&S Cup tennis title
 •  Nadal beats Federer in doubles at Rome Masters
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  NHMC to provide benefits management to state
 •  Sports tomorrow: OIA II hoops, ILH hoops, State golf
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA on TV; ILH hoops on radio
 •  On the air today: NBA and NHL playoffs
 •  Aircraft reports beam by laser pointer
 •  Odor will keep Kahuku school closed tomorrow, too
 •  Police Beat: Tip leads to fugitive's arrest
 •  Kuhio hula show moving to bandstand
 •  Two fugitives captured by police
 •  Pair charged for moped and ID thefts
 •  City celebrating EMS week May 20-26
 •  Unconscious man in police cellblock dies
 •  Kaua'i drowning victim identified
 •  Hooser: KSSK doesn't get 'seriousness of the matter'
 •  Price apologizes on KSSK for Sen. Hooser comments
 •  Authorities ID man, woman killed in Pearl City crash
 •  Local FBI office welcomes new special agent in charge
 •  Raptor sightings have wildlife community buzzing
 •  K-drama star Rain's O'ahu concert moved up to June 15
 •  Shark bites snorkeler off Kihei; stretch of beach closed
 •  Hot dog vendor dies in deadly blast at Luxor garage
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Parent drops off child, drives into house
 •  Woman suffers vertigo after apartment fire
 •  'Not guilty' plea entered in Watanabe murder case
 •  Driver injured after Jeep hits car, flips over
 •  'Lost' answers, finally, as ABC sets 2010 end date
 •  Woman, 70, found dead in Nu'uanu Stream identified
 •  Warriors 10th in final men's volleyball poll
 •  Chicken, pork deemed safe to eat; quarantine lifted
 •  Box jellyfish warning issued for Thursday, Friday
 •  Va. military-only resort joins ranks of Hale Koa, others
 •  Two Hawai'i student volunteers honored in Washington
 •  Presidential polls show party races tightening
 •  Presidential polls at a glance
 •  Six U.S. troops, Russian photographer killed in Iraq
 •  Obama's new security measures alter campaign tone
 •  Wal-Mart to install solar panels at Hawai'i stores
 •  Today's events: Free comics, keiki fashion, 'Tresemble'
 •  Scattered showers forecast for Leeward areas
 •  `Spider-Man 3' spins record $373 million web
 •  No injuries in accident near Lunalilo, Pi'ikoi streets
 •  Community recycling meeting slated for tomorrow
 •  Small northwest swell raises surf
 •  DLNR to discuss adding state forest reserves
 •  Maui restaurant, closed by fire, set to reopen Thursday
 •  Pearlridge Satellite City Hall to reopen
 •  Big Isle police seek info on construction site theft
 •  Japan Airlines: Hawai'i Golden Week flights down 8.6%
 •  Hale'iwa surfer Kalani David, 9, on Cartoon Network
 •  Contest's goal: Say yes to surfing, no to drugs
 •  Climate change, impact on Hawai'i will be topic
 •  Construction closures continue on Pu'uloa Road
 •  Kamehameha Highway lane closure goes on
 •  Maui hospital appreciates nurses and wants lots more
 •  Hawaiian Airlines has best on-time record in March
 •  UH's Daly named WAC pitcher of the week
 •  VaTech killer failed to get court-ordered treatment
 •  Dow ends up, passes 13,300 for first time
 •  Vengeful elevator won't let vandals leave
 •  Resurfacing closes lanes on Nimitz-Ala Moana
 •  Sports today: ILH basketball, ILH water polo

Local News
 •  All balanced on the housing market front
 •  Imports tip Isle produce scale
 •  Cockfight law puts fans in a quandary
 •  Two killed in Pearl City crash
 •  Wai'alae Iki home scorched
 •  Koloa fights to preserve land
 •  Golf tourney raises $55,979
 •  Leilehua shows off winning art
 •  Library hosts gift craft classes
 •  Work on park's pool to resume
 •  Talk focuses on music for health
 •  Nightclub event to aid Kamaile
 •  Highway work all this week
 •  Bar fined for serving a minor
 •  Big Island senator gets early challenger
 •  Mokapu boy's tribute to dad wins global essay contest
 •  Panel OKs military pay hike of 3.5%
 •  Answering duty's call
 •  Brain-injury screening planned
 •  Man, 20, charged with robbery at knifepoint
 •  Ex-Isle man gets post in Pago Pago
 •  Kaua'i man pulled from water dies
 •  For the environment
 •  Sea eagle may be on O'ahu now
 •  State surveys meant to help Kaua'i birds
 •  Van problem delays prisoners' hearings
 •  State surveys meant to help Kaua'i birds
 •  HPD cuts back on undercover gambling stings
 •  Volunteers
 •  Salutes
 •  HUGS to celebrate its 25th anniversary
 •  Obituaries
 •  Read this book, save the 'aina

 •  Tresnak and Penny win 40.2-mile paddling race Photo gallery
 •  Polynesia permeates Dolphins' mini-camp
 •  Hawai'i's Murray can't wait to throw her weights around
 •  Alama-Francis ready to work
 •  Defending champion Punahou seeded No. 1
 •  Phillies roll over Giants
 •  Lambert, Metzger win beach volleyball event
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Cute and quirky
 •  Mauna Loa project focus of NPR report
 •  Lipstick salvage
 •  Stax Records marks 50 years of funky soul
 •  What's that we hear? Old Cat Stevens?
 •  6 DVDs to hit shelves tomorrow
 •  Teasing ... just another kind now
 •  Tube notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hawai'i's home sales buck previous trends
 •  Moral compass failing to register
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  No ka 'oi
 •  High-tech world in 3 user groups
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Time to restructure neighborhood boards
 •  Ward issue highlights flaw in burials process
 •  Architecture as expression of community
 •  Black enough for Secret Service protection
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Cute and quirky
 •  6 DVDs to hit shelves tomorrow
 •  Stax Records marks 50 years of funky soul
 •  What's that we hear? Old Cat Stevens?
 •  TGI Monday