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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 16, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Mobi PCS extends unlimited wireless to businesses (news release)
 •  No. 1 pick Russell's confidence growing in Raider camp
 •  Girls state hoops D-I and D-II scoreboard
 •  Texan linebacker Wong retires after 9 seasons
 •  Nadal extends win streak on clay to 78 matches
 •  USTA 'Tennis Block Party' set for Waipahu, Kailua
 •  Derby winner Street Sense 7-5 favorite in Preakness
 •  T.G.I. Friday's seeking franchisees on Maui, Kaua'i
 •  Nutrition expert to speak June 12 to vegetarian group
 •  Business highlights: HP, Amazon, Bausch & Lomb
 •  UH tennis' Weber named ITA West Rookie of the Year
 •  2006 No. 1 pick Mario Williams healthy and happy
 •  Vikings Peterson won't need surgery to fix collarbone
 •  Qualifiers for state high school track and field meet
 •  Maori dance, drama mark Kennedy Theatre season
 •  Top-seeded Mauresmo loses in Italian Open tennis
 •  Kapolei's Hagi named OIA water polo player of the year
 •  Hawaii Restaurant Association setting up 'Hall of Fame'
 •  NFL's first regular-season game in London a hot ticket
 •  Sherpa guide scales Everest for record 17th time
 •  Federer struggles in Hamburg Masters victory
 •  Sports tomorrow: Girls D1, D2 state hoops semifinals
 •  Sports today: Girls state hoops, boys state golf final rd.
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, state girls basketball
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Kane'ohe shooting death suspect tied to Alabama case
 •  Shooting suspect held on $3 million bail
 •  State basketball: Honoka'a upsets top-seed Roosevelt
 •  State girls basketball: Konawaena downs Kalani
 •  State basketball: 'Iolani advances
 •  State basketball: Punahou rips Lahainaluna, gains semi
 •  Maekawa tops stellar career with boys state golf title
 •  State basketball: Sacred Hearts, McKinley win in D-II
 •  Motorcyclist critically injured on Beretania Street
 •  Swimmer dies at Police Beach in Hale'iwa
 •  Drowning victim was teacher, minister
 •  Man, 23, charged with online enticement
 •  Halawa inmate charged with auto theft
 •  Officer shoots dog in Kane'ohe
 •  Man arrested on suspicion of marijuana offense
 •  Woman pleads guilty to ecstasy trafficking
 •  O'ahu corrections officers pick up escapee
 •  Lingle to lead 12-day trip to Asia
 •  Legislative briefing on UH athletics set for Monday
 •  Film stars expected at 'Surf's Up' Hawai'i premiere
 •  Motorcyclist critically injured in collision
 •  'Click It or Ticket' effort to target nighttime drivers
 •  Rainbows finish No. 4 in national water polo Top 20
 •  HPD names top officers, employees for annual awards
 •  Wie will play in Samsung World Championship
 •  Daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. dies
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Help sought in finding Big Island burglary suspect
 •  Triathlons to affect weekend Waikiki traffic, parking
 •  Billionaire readies 5 more Kahala homes for Hawaiians
 •  Mail carriers safe in Honolulu if avoiding dog bites
 •  1,400-unit Maui project comes under attack
 •  New Olinda water treatment plant ready to start flowing
 •  HPU graduates 700 students, 100 nurses today
 •  Today's events: Fireknife contest, Jazz Wednesday
 •  Maui County to receive wastewater management award
 •  St. Andrew's Priory marks 140th anniversary
 •  SAT prep program today at Salt Lake-Moanalua library
 •  NBC: Sorry Trump, 'The Apprentice' will be fired
 •  Tsunami preparation workshop canceled on Kaua'i
 •  South swell expected over weekend
 •  Inouye panel OKs changes in airline, private jet taxes
 •  Del Monte, Kilgo's equipment being auctioned off
 •  Hawai'i locations earn top ranking in travel poll
 •  Digital arts & licensing seminar set June 14
 •  106-year-old becomes oldest league bowler
 •  Gala tomorrow will mark HPD's 75th anniversary
 •  Epilepsy summit under way at Kahala Nui
 •  Moanalua Middle robotics program draws attention
 •  Aiona will talk to Mililani kids about alcohol dangers
 •  Arboretum will mark Endangered Species Day
 •  'Shrek the Third' opens tomorrow in Hawai'i theaters
 •  Nationals put Jerome Williams back on disabled list
 •  IOC opens bid process for 2016 Summer Games
 •  Luxury condos coming to Po'ipu Beach on Kaua'i (news release)
 •  Stocks end higher as investors focus on the positive
 •  Ruptured gas line diverts Ala Moana traffic
 •  Water main repaired at Lanikai entrance
 •  Moderate trades, little rain in forecast
 •  UH unveiling mobile health clinic to help homeless
 •  Pu'uloa Road project continues
 •  Aiona to speak at Sacred Hearts awards gathering
 •  On the air tomorrow: Girls state hoops semifinals

Local News
 •  Man shot down, witnesses say Video
 •  Search for suspects shakes N. Shore
 •  Gunshots 'went on and on and on,' witness says
 •  Sex assault charges dropped
 •  Deferred money to ex-trustees 'pretty big'
 •  Roadblock to shipping out garbage removed
 •  Red Cross weathers dislocation, barely
 •  Flute stroll to valley shrines
 •  Highway lane closure starting
 •  Student art on show, for sale
 •  Recycle bottles for school fund
 •  $1.8M upgrade at youth prison
 •  Aircraft noise to be discussed
 •  Cesspool fixes almost done
 •  Beach park will get big cleanup
 •  In this 'Baghdad,' nobody dies Photo gallery
 •  Bush singles out slain Isle officer
 •  Online child enticement suspect arrested in Kahala
 •  Fire destroys 2-story Kalihi home; short-circuit blamed
 •  First batch at Kona fish farm cleared
 •  Oakland man dies at Waimea Falls
 •  Obituaries
 •  The trail of broken elevators

 •  Punahou's pressure flusters Farrington Photo gallery Video
 •  Maekawa, Kua share lead in state boys golf tourney
 •  Raiders waive Patton
 •  Four sign with UH
 •  Los Angeles is where we want to be
 •  Punahou's pressure flusters Farrington Photo gallery Video
 •  Maekawa, Kua share lead in state boys golf tourney
 •  Kailua, Campbell from OIA roll to first-round victories Photo gallery
 •  Waimea, KS-Hawai'i advance to quarters
 •  Feisty Falcons soar by Red Raiders, 64-37 Photo gallery
 •  Baravilala helps Rams run past Sabers, 44-38 Photo gallery
 •  Dragons advance to third straight quarterfinal game Photo gallery Video
 •  Girls State DI Basketball
 •  Girls State DII Basketball
 •  Today's events
 •  Crowell's UCLA water polo team wins nationals
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Wishing C-USA the best

Island Life
 •  Sunscreens 2007
 •  Gilliom, Na Palapalai lead Hoku nominees
 •  VIP ticket inquiries pour in for Rain
 •  Pair of plays from groping point of view
 •  Familiar faces to be at Asian TV awards
 •  Others unfold as 'Lost' writers' salvation
 •  Forget about 'It': Some bags are best left on runway
 •  Keep offering lactose-intolerant kids dairy products
 •  More women banking their eggs for later
 •  Flaming blades
 •  Getting around gluten Video
 •  Lighter Thousand Island dressing slims down Reuben, too
 •  Tasty strawberries key to cream-cheese spread
 •  Delicious breads, desserts for those who can't eat gluten
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  A lesson on cholesterol, fats, our diet
 •  Popular chefs return to Waikoloa
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Enrich plain butter mochi with caramel Video

 •  Weak prices hurt cruise line profits
 •  Economy's still growing
 •  Motorola upgrading its Razr cell phone
 •  One-time collection helps Hawaiian Telcom's first quarter
 •  Hawai'i's foreclosure rate rises in April
 •  Japan Airlines raising gas fees

 •  Army must deal with depleted uranium find
 •  Robotics competition not just about robots
 •  Spring busting out all over, except in the White House
 •  Farewell to Blair, Britain's man of mystery
 •  Tactical retreat may enable real progress
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Others unfold as 'Lost' writers' salvation
 •  TGI Wednesday