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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 14, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Wendland wins U.S. Open local qualifier on Big Island
 •  Paddlers Bartlett, Paiaina win Kauai World Challenge
 •  Kohlschreiber beats Baghdatis at Hamburg Masters
 •  Youth triumphs at Italian Open
 •  Late run lifts Suns over Spurs, 104-98
 •  Ottawa shuts out Buffalo, 1-0
 •  Cavaliers knock off Nets, 87-85, take 3-1 lead
 •  Tonight's Likelike closure cancelled
 •  Barnwell Industries posts decline in 1st-quarter profit
 •  City gets EPA safe drinking water award
 •  Bonds' 756th homer ball unlikely to set auction record
 •  Tickets for K-pop star Rain go on sale tomorrow
 •  Diamon Head Crater Festival schedule released
 •  Tripler, UH join in Pacific Rim telemedicine network (news release)
 •  Diamond Head Crater Festival schedule released
 •  Bengals release DT Sam Adams
 •  Maryland wheelchair athlete loses state track fight
 •  Dowd fails to advance in U.S. Open qualifying
 •  Business highlights: Chrysler, emissions, Coca-Cola
 •  Reservations accepted for Nobu, which opens May 28
 •  Norwegian Cruise Lines ship wins environmental award
 •  Small Business Administration sets Big Island workshop
 •  McNabb rehabbing knee, may be ready for July camp
 •  Sports tomorrow: State D1, D2 basketball, state golf
 •  Sports tomorrow: State D1 and D2 girls basketball
 •  Woods, Mickelson lead FedExCup points race
 •  Georgia golf coach quits after player complaints
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA playoffs, state basketball
 •  Packers' Favre: I never really wanted to be traded
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, UH baseball on radio
 •  Federer to play French Open, Wimbledon without coach
 •  Major League baseball probable starting pitchers
 •  Man shot dead on Kane'ohe Bay Drive
 •  Ma'ili man arrested in rape investigation
 •  Honolulu Marathon women's champion suspended
 •  Burglary suspect arrested in Halawa
 •  Main break closes 3 lanes on Kapi'olani Boulevard
 •  Tonight's Likelike Highway closure canceled
 •  Cause of Dayna Ho-Henry's death deferred
 •  Nevada completes WAC baseball sweep of Hawai'i
 •  Suit on Kamehameha admissions settled
 •  Kamehameha Schools issues statement
 •  Officials say settlement strengthens bid for Akaka bill
 •  Laumaka inmate declared escapee
 •  John Doe 'satisfied' with settlement, attorney says
 •  Timeline for challenge to schools' admissions policy
 •  Admissions policy opponent disappointed by settlement
 •  Highlights of Appeals Court opinion
 •  Dog Chapman posse member dies
 •  Flags at half staff to honor law enforcement officers
 •  Players in the admissions debate
 •  Fire, knives, hard hits: Peters make impression on Jets
 •  Samoan rookies bring new look to the Dolphins
 •  New traffic light on School Street in effect tomorrow
 •  Short circuit causes $25K in fire damage to home
 •  Opposing sides both say their goal is saving Moloka'i
 •  Police Beat: 3 arrests in purse-snatching incident
 •  Bottomfish on menus after Tuesday 'not as fresh'
 •  U.S. sends condolences to Samoa king's family
 •  Endangered bat nursed to health on Big Island
 •  Segway inventor speaking at robotics event
 •  Akaka introduces bill to protect gay federal workers
 •  Hawai'i's TV bachelor brings final 3 ladies to Islands
 •  'Hawaii Island's Most Wanted' airs
 •  Head of Special Ops in Pacific gets transfer to Florida
 •  Coqui frog control work closes Manuka State Park
 •  UH team will use MRIs to study meth users' brains
 •  Sunny mornings, cloudy afternoons in forecast
 •  Man charged with illegal burning
 •  Small swells put surfers on hold
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Waipahu Intermediate's 'green design' earns award
 •  MCC awards first four-year bachelor's degrees
 •  'Spider-Man' falls 60 percent, still rakes in $60M
 •  B-52 from Louisiana on Hickam stopover
 •  Kaimuki drainage work under way
 •  Drivers, watch for new School Street traffic signal
 •  Native Hawaiian business group to meet Thursday
 •  More closures set this week on Pu'uloa Road
 •  Work on Kamehameha Highway continues
 •  Elections 'peaceful' in Philippines despite deaths
 •  Today's events: music session, dinner entertainment
 •  Vegas bombing suspect pleads guilty in false ID case
 •  Chrysler control sold for $7.4 billion
 •  Wall Street finishes mixed ahead of inflation data
 •  Cruise ship runs aground in Alaska
 •  Parents outraged over teachers' prank school shooting
 •  Salvation Army celebrates 113th anniversary
 •  Natural resource management meeting set
 •  New postal rates, 'shape-based shipping' start today
 •  UH researchers release Katrina study
 •  Work continues near Crouching Lion
 •  UH coach Jones to speak at Quarterback Club today

Local News
 •  Aging drivers pose dilemma for state
 •  Retail boom means prepare to shop
 •  Doubts remain about depleted uranium
 •  HPD to celebrate 75 years of service
 •  Islanders recall Samoa leader's humility
 •  Maui camps registry needs names
 •  North Shore gets $4.5 million
 •  Expect traffic to be delayed
 •  Library wants to honor troops
 •  Hula fest needs volunteer help
 •  Parking lot work to begin
 •  Celebrate by donating book
 •  Bridge reopens with new deck
 •  Street Survival event Saturday
 •  Stryker losses raise questions
 •  His mission: giving closure
 •  Air Force in no rush on joint bases
 •  Driver in freeway incident charged
 •  Yahweh Ben Yahweh, leader of violent sect
 •  Group's efforts help build new field in Kapa'a
 •  Gunman in N.H. case had Hawai'i roots
 •  Roberts' artistic legacy lives on at Chaminade
 •  Obituaries
 •  Visits by 'rare' birds not unusual

 •  UH gets regional berth
 •  Familiar refrain: UH loses early lead, game
 •  Maekawa takes aim at state title
 •  Hawai'i finishes third at world amateur surf meet
 •  Maekawa takes aim at state title
 •  Roosevelt, Sacred Hearts earn top seeds in tourney
 •  UH-Hilo softball ousted, 3-0
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Planet chat
 •  Action star sets sights on Islands
 •  Korean gay flick opens film festival
 •  Caught in thick of Girl Speak
 •  Will season finales leave viewers cold?
 •  Artist's creations dazzle 'Idol' stage
 •  Get expert advice at trade show on how to use greenery
 •  Tube notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Affordable Housing
 •  Professionals networking online through LinkedIn
 •  NBA tops in men's sports for diversity
 •  Terrorism means jobs, too
 •  Hurtful comments always personal
 •  Leadership Corner
 •  Cerberus likely to win Chrysler
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Nanakuli issue defines middle-school needs
 •  Rusty Aloha Stadium: Fix it up, or pitch it?
 •  State has reason to be proud of med school
 •  The other side of George Tenet's story
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Will season finales leave viewers cold?
 •  Artist's creations dazzle 'Idol' stage
 •  TGI Monday