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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 8, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  OIA White girls basketball tournament results
 •  Punahou, Kamehameha to meet for D-I state berth
 •  La Pietra, Hawai'i Baptist to meet for D-II state berth
 •  Hawaiian Airlines' planes were 87.8% full in April
 •  Punahou's Jang, Maui's Kawano share first in state golf
 •  Two arrested after rooming house confrontation
 •  15 Isle volleyball players selected to training programs
 •  More than 60 employeers to recruit at Kaua'i job fair
 •  Ex-UH star Willoughby gets 29 kills in defeat in finals
 •  Hawaiian Host introduces new Kona Caramacs (news release)
 •  Business highlights: Disney, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard
 •  Stocks end flat ahead of Fed meeting on interest rates
 •  In court, Hana man recounts killing of dog
 •  Group home for teens reopens on Maui
 •  UH pitcher Daly earns national award
 •  PIAA to host football coaches clinic and players camp
 •  Prep baseball standings
 •  McNabb breaks silence on Eagles drafting QB
 •  Chris Lam wins opening singles tennis match in Florida
 •  Turtle Bay's Carll wins Hall of Fame golf
 •  Baseball pitcher No. 1 in list of top athlete golfers
 •  Katie Couric's 'CBS Evening News' hits viewer low
 •  'Pink on the Links' program to aid cancer research
 •  PGA Tour mulls changing policy regardIng the cut
 •  State tennis championships begin tomorrow
 •  Provider of groceries to Hawai'i to sell some assets
 •  Blazers' Roy unanimous for NBA all-rookie team
 •  Society of Seven to play Blaisdell in July
 •  Hawai'i Business Conference & Expo set for May 22-23
 •  Owner of Gas Co. optimistic about Hawai'i business
 •  Ka'u Farm & Ranch places 6th in world coffee tasting
 •  44-year-old Holyfield to continue his boxing comeback
 •  Panthers sign WR Smith to 3-year extension
 •  Boxer Corrales dies in motorcycle crash in Las Vegas
 •  Matson contracts with BAE Systems for barge upgrades
 •  Clemens begins comeback in Lexington
 •  Federer shows his clay-court form in win
 •  YouTube removes De La Hoya video after complaint
 •  Hilton Waikoloa has special rate for film festival-goers
 •  Summer music telecast planned
 •  Longs Drugs to carry kajeet 'pay-as-you-go' cell phones
 •  Wildest Show lineup set
 •  Korean music group to perform at Methodist church
 •  Ethnobotanist offers 'Canoe Plants' lecture
 •  Shinnyo-en's 9th annual lantern floating fest set
 •  Today's major-league baseball probable starters
 •  Sports tomorrow: State baseball, OIA hoops semifinals
 •  Sports today: OIA, ILH girls basketball playoffs
 •  Girls state golf championship begins today
 •  On the air tomorrow: baseball, Warriors-Jazz playoff
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, ILH hoops on radio
 •  HFD uses highway as landing pad in rescue
 •  Construction workers capture robber
 •  Juvenile facing sex-assault charges
 •  Shark bite victim 'grateful to have all my body parts'
 •  Interim agreement aims to prevent major sewage spills
 •  Honolulu Marathon women's winner tests positive
 •  Hand grenade discovered at UH amphitheater
 •  Mail carrier sentenced to 6 months for theft
 •  Police Beat: Man arrested in machete assault incident
 •  Schofield soldiers get word of new deployment to Iraq
 •  Kahuku school to remain closed one more day
 •  Woman charged for attack on brother
 •  Two arrested for rooming house confrontation
 •  Nanakuli man indicted in visitor's death
 •  Doctor's practice pleads guilty to $178,181 fraud
 •  UH plans security bike patrols for Manoa campus
 •  UH football team picked 19th, to win WAC
 •  12 complete HPD business academy course
 •  Tip leads to arrest in stolen moped case
 •  Maui pedestrian dies after weekend traffic accident
 •  Girl crossing street struck by vehicle side-view mirror
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Hawai'i State Hospital to get $1.6 million in repairs
 •  Kai named to U.S. roster for Saturday's soccer match
 •  Kane'ohe's Wilson has earned nearly $600,000 in PGA
 •  New UH research questions benefits of eating fish
 •  Kalaeloa brush fire burned about an acre
 •  Masked man wielding knife enters Big Island home
 •  Homeless man survives being crushed in garbage truck
 •  Traffic mess as main break floods Liliha homes - video
 •  Kuhio Beach sunset show to relocate temporarily
 •  Senate may vote on Native Hawaiian bills Thursday
 •  Parking reopens on top floor of airport interisland lot
 •  Big Isle telescope helps spot 'freakishly' big supernova
 •  6 face charges in plot to attack soldiers at Fort Dix
 •  Boaters warned to be alert around dive flags
 •  New admiral takes charge of Pacific Fleet at Pearl
 •  Farmed fish fed tainted feed linked to pet food recall
 •  New law to restrict name changes for sex offenders
 •  Inouye's Senate committee OKs fuel economy increase
 •  Today's events: CD release party, 'Idol' night, guitarist
 •  Farrington Highway near Wai'anae reopens after crash
 •  'National Teacher Day' is today
 •  Waikele third-graders stage 'Save the Habitats!' opera
 •  Lingle releases $1 million for UH technology center
 •  Keep pressure on Fiji, Rice tell Pacific leaders
 •  Trade winds blowing in scattered showers this week
 •  No significant swells in the forecast
 •  Five movies to open in Hawai'i theaters this week
 •  Hoku Scientific loses $1.74M in first quarter
 •  Longline lights a danger to turtles, joint study finds
 •  City to mark Beach Safety Week, honor lifeguards
 •  Korean flick kicks off Rainbow film fest
 •  Pesticide odor keeps Kahuku school closed today
 •  Keone'ula Elementary dedication is today
 •  DUI arrests up 15 percent on Big Island
 •  Various daytime road work projects planned
 •  Community recycling meeting is tonight
 •  LCC-Waianae hosting information session

Local News
 •  West O‘ahu about to get a whole lot better
 •  Student vacations may be extended
 •  Eighteen Kailua burglaries linked, police say
 •  Shark bites visitor snorkeling off Maui
 •  Mystery bird may be osprey
 •  Finding hope through harmony
 •  Satellite facility reopens today
 •  Campus to stay closed today
 •  Resident wants to build pier
 •  New school dedicated today
 •  BayFest set for June 29-July 1
 •  Teacher degree session offered
 •  History talk on Nu'alolo Kai
 •  Police probe hammer theft
 •  Navy's top admiral visits Pearl Harbor Photo gallery
 •  Car lands on house below Moanalua High
 •  Two families each lose a parent in crash
 •  Hokule'a voyagers arrive in Nagasaki
 •  Price offers on-air apology Audio
 •  Donors step up to contribute to State Farm Fair
 •  Man held at police jail dies
 •  Obituaries

 •  'Bows eye berth in softball regional
 •  UH's Daly justifies move to starting role with WAC honor
 •  Boozer putback lifts Jazz, 116-112
 •  'Iolani captures first ILH water polo title Photo gallery
 •  Punahou seeks to make it 4 for 4
 •  Word of Life tops Junior 'Bows
 •  Today's events
 •  State girls basketball poll
 •  State Baseball poll
 •  Games on the radio
 •  Games on TV
 •  Hawai'i surfers advance at World Junior meet
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Colt shows courage of a leader

Island Life
 •  Giving when they can
 •  'Lost' answers coming as 2010 end date set
 •  'Tourists' author today's Fitzgerald?
 •  Ticket method targets misconduct
 •  At mercy of markets' maneuvers
 •  Summer bringing loads of great books
 •  Party to give kids hope
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Dad's death postpones Hoku's online venture

 •  Kaua'i, Big Island home sales fall
 •  Prosperity vs. poverty
 •  Wal-Mart will test solar in Hawai'i
 •  Land sales give Maui Land & Pineapple earnings a boost
 •  Favorite sites help handle files
 •  Fixing up computers is just the beginning
 •  Apple changes copying tune
 •  Aviation pioneer benefited plantations
 •  Foreclosures in April more than doubled
 •  Hawaiian tops for on-time

 •  Let's increase access to mental health care
 •  Wolfowitz resignation in bank's best interest
 •  GOP candidates a pretty lackluster bunch
 •  Many hands work together to help homeless
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Concert: Early Rain in forecast
 •  TGI Tuesday