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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 12, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Benson, Quizon advance at surf meet
 •  UH women sixth at WAC track meet
 •  'Iolani captures girls state water polo title, 11-4
 •  Nevada tops Hawai'i in WAC baseball, 7-5
 •  Punahou sweeps state tennis titles
 •  Mari Chun third, UH 14th at NCAA golf regional
 •  Stanislaus tops UH-Hilo, 7-0, in Division II softball
 •  O'Hair leads Mickelson by one in Players Championship
 •  Castroneves captures Indianapolis 500 pole
 •  Jets rookies — including Ex-Warrior Peters — in camp
 •  Fresno State wins WAC softball tournament title
 •  Jee Young Lee leads LPGA event by one stroke
 •  Tueflesberg out, Flying First Class in for Preakness
 •  Bode Miller leaving United States ski team
 •  Nadal breaks McEnroe's record for wins on one surface
 •  Gonzalez ends Volandri's run at Rome Masters tennis
 •  Upcoming high school events
 •  Henin, down 4-0 in third set, rallies to beat Jankovic
 •  Today's major-league probable starters
 •  On the air tomorrow: Indy 500 time trials, NBA playoffs
 •  Friday morning sewage spill closes street in Kahului
 •  Girls state basketball tournament teams
 •  Lana'i girls earn first-ever state tournament berth
 •  Accused killer injured in prison escape attempt
 •  2 officers hurt when car rams police vehicles on H-1
 •  Man, 46, critically injured in H-1 motorcycle crash
 •  Off-duty firefighters help handle fire at Makiki condo
 •  Punahou wins fourth straight state baseball title
 •  State high school baseball scoreboard
 •  BYUH women win another NCAA tennis title
 •  King Malietoa Tanumafili II of Samoa dead at 94
 •  Fujikawa a step closer to U.S. Open return
 •  Kaua'i police open murder investigation in woman's death
 •  Brush fire reported near Waianae Health Center
 •  Outpouring of support for wounded Maui soldier
 •  Automobile fire reported in 'Ainakoa
 •  5 Maui dirt bike riders hit with fines
 •  Texan takes honors at national math contest
 •  Police identify man killed in Big Island motorcycle crash
 •  Man admits forcing Chinese women into prostitution
 •  Keep an eye out for jellyfish today
 •  No evidence of foul play found in Big Isle traffic death
 •  Missing Big Island man found unharmed in Hilo
 •  New School Street signal to aid in pedestrian crossings
 •  Hokule'a makes port visit in Fukuoka
 •  Diamond Head crater to close all day for concert
 •  EPA to honor city for drinking water projects
 •  City taking applications for anti-drug grant proposals
 •  Field of dreams taking shape at park on Kaua'i
 •  Police search for prison inmate
 •  Trade winds taking a break, should return in a few days
 •  Little in the way of surf expected for today
 •  State finals in baseball, tennis, water polo today
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, state baseball final

Local News
 •  Pond scum shows promise as fuel Video
 •  Plan revived for new prison on Big Island
 •  Girl, 4, describes assault by 'bad man'
 •  Honolulu next for 'Beach Patrol'
 •  Ho family loses daughter, 52
 •  Aloha Festivals adding Kapolei
 •  Jets give residents 3 a.m. wake-up call
 •  Rotary plans weeklong West O'ahu fundraiser
 •  Lawsuits filed in recall of pet food
 •  Jellyfish swarm Waikiki Video
 •  Autopsy ordered on Isle adventurer Hall
 •  Scouts give Wai'anae shelter residents early Mother's Day
 •  Sewage spill came from cracked pipe
 •  Obituaries

 •  Buffanblu will go for fourth title in a row Photo gallery
 •  Hot Chargers score six runs in first inning to beat Kaiser, 11-4 Photo gallery
 •  Roosevelt repeats as OIA Red champs Photo gallery Video
 •  Rainbows take to road to face Nevada in key series
 •  Wahine ousted at WAC tourney
 •  Buffanblu will go for fourth title in a row Photo gallery
 •  Hot Chargers score six runs in first inning to beat Kaiser, 11-4 Photo gallery
 •  Roosevelt repeats as OIA Red champs Photo gallery Video
 •  Kahuku will face 'Iolani for state title
 •  McKinley goes long to win OIA White Photo gallery Video
 •  DQ hurts Kamehameha as Punahou boys take title
 •  No. 1 seeds reach title matches
 •  Wally Yonamine Foundation Baseball State Championships
 •  Damien A.D. Lee to coach in Montana
 •  Today's events
 •  BYUH women in Division II title match
 •  UH women in third place at WAC track
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  The power of pets
 •  A great weekend for comedy fans on the Big Island
 •  Honolulu events that your mother just might enjoyy
 •  Garden sale offers unusual plants, pottery aplenty
 •  Try cinematic alternatives to Hollywood hype
 •  'Polyfantastica' is ready for you to hang on your wall
 •  You can help your mail carrier stamp out hunger
 •  CMH ends season with enjoyable program
 •  Rain tickets on sale Tuesday
 •  In Hawai'i everyone delivers their way
 •  Leeward site to be church
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Missionaries hear the call ... of mom
 •  Preaching chastity to Brazil
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Mother's love is the foundation of peace
 •  New pastor to be installed
 •  Bon dance? Tell us about it; we'll list it
 •  Give Mom giggles with picture book
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

 •  Regional patents office suggested for Hawai‘i
 •  Report casts doubt on Turtle Bay's finances
 •  Carlyle Group fund to go public
 •  Hedge funds try to avert tax threat
 •  Venerable AstroTurf returns to lucrative synthetic-turf battlefield
 •  At a minute per pitch, students fine-tune ideas
 •  Animators put pizazz in business
 •  China spins trade gap ahead of meeting
 •  Splenda maker settles lawsuit
 •  Army contract for GeminiTech

 •  Event a healthy lesson for kids and parents
 •  The true price of being a working mother
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  CMH ends season with enjoyable program
 •  Rain tickets on sale Tuesday
 •  TGI Saturday