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Articles for May 9, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  State baseball: Hilo defeats Mililani
 •  Late-arriving Fisher inspires Jazz to OT victory
 •  ML Macadamia Orchards earns $346K in 1st quarter
 •  Farmers, Trojans win MIL D-II tournament opener
 •  Business highlights: Toyota, Northwest, DirecTV
 •  Show on Japanese internees opens on Kaua'i Friday
 •  Martial arts school offers assault-prevention course
 •  8 Hawai'i spas make Mobil Travel Guide's annual ratings
 •  Panel backs four-lane Maui highway extension proposal
 •  Kahuku alum Naeole a holdout for Jaguars
 •  Arby's to open restaurant in Waikoloa on Big Island
 •  New technology helps natural resource management
 •  S&P raises Bank of Hawaii's counterparty credit rating
 •  Pacific Beach Hotel workers to rally for union contract
 •  Stocks end up after Fed decision on interest rates
 •  Boxing fundraiser at Palolo District Park
 •  Mayweather-De La Hoya fight richest in boxing history
 •  Pipeline sets 'Local Vocal' event
 •  Local filmmaker to help direct Hawai'i commercials
 •  U.S. cyclist Hamilton suspended by team
 •  Sports tomorrow: State baseball, tennis, water polo
 •  Roddick returns, beats former French Open champion
 •  On the air tomorrow: ILH girls basketball tournaments
 •  U.S. takes 2nd in America's Cup challenger standings
 •  Flutie heads electees to college football Hall of Fame
 •  On the air today: Baseball, state baseball on radio
 •  Sports today: State baseball, state golf, OIA hoops
 •  Explosion strikes Iraqi capital during visit by Cheney
 •  Buffanblu hope to continue state tennis dominance
 •  Today's OIA White girls basketball games
 •  Jimmy Hall of Hawai'i Shark Encounters killed in the Arctic
 •  Change of Hawaii prep sports seasons will make impact
 •  Oregon man dies helping others in rip tide off Maui
 •  Woman, 51, struck by vehicle on Kapahulu Avenue
 •  Big Island police seek help with $50K hammer theft
 •  'Magnum, P.I.' star joining cast of 'Las Vegas'
 •  Four UH officers will form bike patrol on campus
 •  Store clerk's tip was key to foiling Fort Dix plot
 •  Cards for injured Maui soldier may be sent to mother
 •  Maui shooting victim says gunman needs mental help
 •  UH softball team sweeps all four all-WAC honors
 •  Brushfire reported near Waipahu school
 •  Fire causes $5K in damage to garage at Hau'ula home
 •  Charges pending in rape of child in Kalihi
 •  Cruise ship docks with two dead passengers
 •  Hummer goes over Big Island cliff; driver dead
 •  Missing woman found in Hawai'i Kai
 •  State baseball: Kamehameha-Hawaii beats Kailua, 5-3
 •  Radford, Roosevelt advance to OIA final
 •  Charges filed in parking-lot robbery
 •  Police Beat: Report of stolen bag leads to ID theft case
 •  State baseball: Kaiser holds off Kaua'i, 2-1
 •  Punahou sophomore Jang wins state girls golf title
 •  State baseball: Kamehameha-Maui tops Kalani, 5-2
 •  Police use non-lethal means to disarm suspect
 •  State will auction assets of cemetery owner Rightstar
 •  Search continues for woman's body
 •  Waipahu man charged in threat case
 •  Abercrombie persuades panel to shift military funds
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Today's events: Craft fair, stargazing, mystery play
 •  Trade winds expected to lighten by weekend
 •  Fiji's sugar industry may lose $170M in EU aid
 •  Kaua'i's summer golf program for kids taking sign-ups
 •  Small surf sticking around through week
 •  Volunteers will hit streets for pedestrian safety
 •  Sign-wavers at schools will urge drivers to slow down
 •  Last installment of 'Kikaida' box set goes on sale May 18
 •  Kaimuki library hosting keiki storytime on Thursdays
 •  Foreign workers protest factory closing on Saipan
 •  Film and arts fest will highlight work of Kalihi students
 •  Fed leaves short-term rates unchanged at 5.25 percent
 •  Bush administration seeks stepped-up reef protection
 •  Interior secretary to visit U.S.-affiliated Pacific islands
 •  Kahuku school closed again today for final cleaning
 •  State Hospital receiving $1,634,000 for improvements
 •  Night work scheduled for Likelike Highway
 •  Henin rolls to win at German Open
 •  Bobcats looking at wide range of coaching candidates

Local News
 •  The fight against invasive seaweed
 •  Schofield troops ordered to Iraq
 •  Honolulu Marathon will test for drugs
 •  Maui soldier in Iraq injured by rocket-propelled grenade
 •  Snorkeler recounts shark bit
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  HUGS reaches out to help, but could also use a hand
 •  Work on pipe will shut water
 •  Kapolei and Radford to race
 •  Studies sought on resort plans
 •  Sustainability plan on agenda
 •  Music, dance at Paliku Theatre
 •  Musical lures guitar player
 •  Wildlife refuge expansion plan
 •  Western Week rides in May 19
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Name changes get tougher for sex offenders
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Groups gain more input on sewers
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Willard takes over at Pearl Photo gallery
EDUCATION
 •  Kahuku school will remain closed today
COURTS
 •  Man to stand trial for fatal beating at beach
 •  Dermatologist's business agrees to penalty in fraud
POLICE
 •  Injured man airlifted from Kalihi swimming hole
 •  Rusted hand grenade at UH triggers campus e-mail alert
HEALTH
 •  Fish just a sign of healthy diet?
OTHER NEWS
 •  Water lots of it wakes up Liliha Video
 •  Queen salutes American vets
 •  Obituaries
JIM DOOLEY
 •  Security spending fumbled

Sports
 •  Ex-Warrior Lawrence Wilson on a roll
 •  Digging volleyball again
 •  Tennessee softball gets boost from Hawai'i
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  La Pietra, Hawai'i Baptist gain ILH Division II final Photo gallery
 •  Kalani, Roosevelt will try pushing tempo in OIA semifinals
 •  Coaches clinic, camp coming
 •  Friendship bonds MIL champions
 •  Jang helps Punahou take lead
 •  Games on TV
 •  Today's events
GOLF
 •  UH tees off in regional tomorrow
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Hawai'i's Kai on U.S. soccer team
ISLE FILE
 •  Carll wins Hall of Fame golf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Shedding light on dark hour

Island Life
 •  The final four
 •  Wyland's tasks color the world
 •  Bon dance calendar deadline near
TELEVISION
 •  Work on 'Shield' a dream play time for filmmaker
 •  'Lost' or 'Heroes' which is weirder?
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  New grills make cooking sociable
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Short stories driven by life's coming apart
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Directory debut
TASTE
 •  Learning to trust your taste buds Video
 •  Gonzales shares a few favorite recipes
 •  Lightened cranberry bar a year-round delectable
 •  Soft tacos stuffed with shrimp, roasted poblano peppers
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  New brew makes its debut
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Pink wine pretty on Mom's Day
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Send in your pineapple recipe today

Business
 •  Streaming Hawai'i content to the world
 •  Maui house, condo prices both down
 •  Cultural sensitivity critical to Japanese
 •  Sunset hula show will spend summer in park
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Hoku posts $1.7 million loss for quarter
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  At Muddy Paw in Maryland, it's sit, stay and have a cappuccino
 •  Studios' surplus DVDs get new life with liquidator
 •  Female boomers want jeans, too
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Owners raise prices, despite gloom
 •  Mainland gas likely to average near $3
 •  Disney rides strong 2nd quarter on ESPN, movies
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hawaiian Air fills more seats

Opinion
 •  Get past rhetoric of drug-test program
 •  Youth music program deserves public's help
COMMENTARY
 •  Generals failed U.S. in handling of Iraq war
 •  The pleasures of perfect cadence
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  System flawed, but worth re-energizing
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  Work on 'Shield' a dream play time for filmmaker
 •  'Lost' or 'Heroes' which is weirder?
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
 •  Society of Seven to play Blaisdell
 •  TGI Wednesday