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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 10, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Punahou advances to state baseball semifinals
 •  Pearl City shuts out Kamehameha-Maui in baseball
 •  Wise, Chun tied for 17th in NCAA West Regional golf
 •  Top seeds advance in state high school tennis meet
 •  State girls water polo scoreboard
 •  UH professor recognized for developing heat-sensing radar
 •  UH's Wichmann repeats as WAC heptathlon champion
 •  Kamehameha-Hawai'i advances in state baseball
 •  UH-Hilo's Sing Chow, Haasenritter on All-Region teams
 •  Wilson shoots 75 at The Players Championship
 •  ILH track and field trials results
 •  MIL girls basketball tournament results
 •  Finland beat U.S. to reach world hockey semifinals
 •  Business highlights: Viacom, JetBlue, OxyContin
 •  Kaiser tops Waiakea in state baseball quarterfinals
 •  BYUH women's tennis in semifinals, HPU men lose
 •  Loea Corp.'s wireless link bought by New Mexico firm (news release)
 •  State high school baseball tournament scoreboard
 •  Blue Jays' Ryan out for season after elbow surgery
 •  Three condotel conversions near completion
 •  Anne Namba to be honored
 •  Augie T. takes show on road to Neighbor Isles
 •  Choir ensemble to perform at Calvary by the Sea
 •  Although not driving, McNair charged in DUI case
 •  Federer, Roddick lose in Rome Masters
 •  Earnhardt Jr. will leave company founded by father
 •  Rainbows open WAC softball tournament play today
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  Key moments in Blair's decade as prime minister
 •  Best of Blair quotations
 •  Colorado school locked down after masked men enter
 •  Tomorrow's high school events
 •  On the air tomorrow: OIA hoop championships on OC16
 •  On the air today: ILH hoops on TV
 •  Parent company of go! reports $24 million loss (news release)
 •  Charles Ane, Hawai'i football legend, dies
 •  2 Ka'u men arrested in home robbery case
 •  Man charged with raping child in tool shed
 •  'Ewa man charged with armed robbery
 •  Nanakuli brushfire is declared contained
 •  Motorcylist is Big Island's 13th traffic fatality
 •  Hokule'a leaves Nagasaki, heads to Fukuoka
 •  Man arrested for threatening officers released
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono vote for Iraq pullout in 9 months
 •  Police ID Big Island man found dead after fall from cliff
 •  Police Beat: 'Punched' car ignition leads to arrest
 •  Maui couple arraigned on meth charges
 •  Town-bound Likelike Highway stretch to close tonight
 •  Senate committee approves Native Hawaiian bills
 •  Concert tickets on sale Tuesday for K-pop star Rain
 •  State, Honolulu get $2.4M in Homeland Security grants
 •  Big Island resident finds explosives behind home
 •  Jellyfish advisory in place; 200 found today in Waikiki
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Prosecutor calls Maui shooting suspect a 'danger'
 •  Big Island man wanted on bench warrant
 •  Support strong on Maui for wounded soldier
 •  Vegas bombing victim was in U.S. illegally, had 2 lovers
 •  Paris Hilton's jail time, like 'Lost' actress, may be cut
 •  Annual 'Click It or Ticket' campaign begins
 •  House rejects 9-month withdrawal for troops
 •  HPU professor selected for German studies Fulbright
 •  Much of Kihei to be without water today
 •  Hawai'i woman receives award from Bush
 •  Aloha Airlines posts $8.5M loss in 4th quarter of 2006
 •  Rainbows beat LaTech in WAC softball tourney opener
 •  Saipan tax preparer pleads guilty
 •  Nevada casino winnings down slightly in March
 •  UH-Hilo shuts down HPU in NCAA softball regional
 •  British Prime Minister Tony Blair resigning on June 27
 •  Terror suspect referred to bin Laden as 'Uncle Benny'
 •  Community recycling meeting tonight in Kaneohe
 •  Leg injury sends man to hospital in serious condition
 •  Nanakuli, Kaimuki schools take top 'Xchange' awards
 •  UH West O'ahu graduates say farewell to 2-year campus
 •  Kahuku school back in session today
 •  Information sought on art theft from Hilo school
 •  Stocks end down amid weak sales, trade deficit
 •  Retailers post weak April sales
 •  'Idol' kisses LaKisha goodbye
 •  Car crash at Kalihi, Kalani streets sends 3 to hospital
 •  Moderate surf expected along north, east shores
 •  Mesa posts first quarterly loss since Sept. 11 attacks
 •  Farm Bureau gets $450K to start crop-tracking program
 •  Report: Lacking VA care linked to higher suicide risk
 •  Obama among rivals to be on MySpace town hall series
 •  Today's events: Pipeline concert, vigil, 'Grease'
 •  Today's high school events
 •  Pu'uloa Road project continues

Local News
 •  State approved permits to bulldoze ancient sites
 •  Copper bill has giant loophole, police say
 •  Lingle keeps up fight for Akaka bill
 •  Kahuku workers uneasy as hospital transfer looms
 •  North Shore daredevil's jump turns deadly Video
 •  UH security officers take to bikes
 •  Repaving will delay traffic
 •  Publish a book or crochet a lei
 •  Help kids enjoy a summer read
 •  Board to advise on parks' hours
 •  Mayor asks for recycling tips
 •  Calling all 1987 Kaiser grads
 •  Meeting May 23 on bike section
 •  Akita-Kealoha directs charity
 •  Cemeteries dispute settled
 •  Foreign language study urged for school kids
 •  Science, math teachers win
 •  Ivy League women rise to top
 •  Bringing fine arts to the forefront
 •  Bush bill bolsters Isle reef defenses
 •  Pedestrian safety vigil to focus on awareness
 •  DLNR continuing workshops on coastal land-use regulations
 •  Cruise ship arrives with two dead
 •  Oregon man drowns off Maui
 •  Atkinson traffic delays expected for 5 months
 •  Child allegedly molested in shed
 •  Bottles now bring more cash
 •  Obituaries

 •  Preps move up change
 •  Big Island Warriors advance Photo gallery
 •  Seattle receiver perfect for UH
 •  Record-breaker blames 'vitamins'
 •  Tausaga leads Hawai'i's sweep of WAC awards
 •  Preps move up change
 •  Big Island Warriors advance Photo gallery
 •  Punahou's Jang wins state golf title
 •  Kamehameha-Maui tops Kalani in opener Photo gallery
 •  Inouye's clutch six-hitter carries Kaiser past Kaua'i, 2-1 Photo gallery
 •  Ebesu hurls 3-hitter as Hilo beats Mililani, 7-1 Photo gallery
 •  Wally Yonamine Foundation Baseball State Championships
 •  Radford, Roosevelt reach OIA Red Division title game Photo gallery
 •  Rodrigues helps Rough Riders beat Govs Photo gallery
 •  Seeded players in action
 •  Top players taking pass on state tournament
 •  Uyehara back to defend Hickam Invitational crown
 •  Back at home before taking to road again
 •  Holes in One
 •  Big Isle's Benson reaches fifth round
 •  Rainbows' Wichmann leads WAC heptathlon
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  As always, the sooner, the better

Island Life
 •  Firm your fanny Video
 •  Clot-busting drugs work, but not that quickly
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Calorie Bargains can be tasty
 •  Selleck taking over from Caan
 •  Youth choir celebrates Jamestown
 •  'Keepers of the Flame' airs at 8 on PBS
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Chef's new specials get rave reviews from stars

 •  Hawaiian Air to pay $510K to attendant
 •  A step closer to food security
 •  New rules for college lenders get House OK
 •  Middle class losing its medical coverage
 •  Despite some worrisome signs, economy's not all bad
 •  Car interest rates aren't always fair
 •  As gas prices rise, so do calls to boycott stations
 •  Much ado about U.S.-China deals
 •  ML Macadamia reports profit

 •  Time for national food safety plan is late
 •  Iraq stability will take years of joint efforts
 •  Democrats need to admit truth about Iraq
 •  Volunteering you get more than you give
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Youth choir celebrates Jamestown
 •  TGI Thursday