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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 17, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  State girls basketball scoring leaders
 •  Tomorrow's girls state basketball games
 •  High school girls basketball state tourney scoreboard
 •  Sarah Lee leads by 2 over Ochoa, 4 others in Sybase
 •  Eastern Illnois drops wrestling — cites poor academics
 •  LeMond accuses Landis' camp of harassment
 •  Bikefactory North Shore Triathlon set for June 17
 •  Business highlights: J.C. Penney, gas prices
 •  Dolphins sign sons of 2 Hall of Famers
 •  USF shortstop honored as class valedictorian
 •  North Carolina signs Williams to contract extension
 •  Mutual interest between Titans, Keyshawn Johnson
 •  Top girls players in Hannemann Basketball Jamboree
 •  Pacific Pump & Power distributes Godwin products
 •  Kamehameha's Maui Orchestra heads to Carnegie Hall
 •  UH lab theater sets production lineup for new season
 •  '2007 Soul Jam' will dance down memory lane
 •  Nadal keeps rolling on clay; Federer also advances
 •  Sports tomorrow: Girls D1, D2 state hoops finals
 •  On the air Friday: Girls State D1 and D2 hoops final
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Authorities ID Kane'ohe Bay Drive shooting victim
 •  Police Beach drowning victim identified
 •  Work-furlough escapee captured
 •  Hokule'a's first captain passes away
 •  $3M bail set for 2 suspects in Kane'ohe shooting death
 •  State girls basketball: Konawaena, Punahou in final
 •  Felon facing firearm possession charge
 •  State girls basketball: KS-Hawai'i, Sacred Hearts win
 •  Injured motorcyclist's condition improves
 •  UH basketball coach Nash announces recruit signings
 •  Two Hawai'i teachers named tops in math, science
 •  HYCF escapee arrested in Pearl City
 •  McLachlin opens with 70 at PGA's AT&T Classic
 •  UH confirms opener with Northern Colorado on Sept. 1
 •  John Adams $1 coin expected in Hawai'i next week
 •  Workers clear Maui park of illegal camps, trash
 •  FDA confirms that Kona farmed fish are safe to eat
 •  Lingle releases $2M to replace Murakami stadium turf
 •  Man with Hawai'i roots at center of small-town tragedy
 •  'Idol' shocker: Favorite Doolittle eliminated
 •  Immigration deal gives quick legal status to millions
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Helicopters on U.S. base in Iraq hit by mortar rounds
 •  Wailuku residents rally for speed restrictions
 •  Lyon Arboretum offers Endangered Species Day tours
 •  Fife and Drum corps to perform at 'Mighty Mo' pier
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Premium tickets for Rain concert to be sold tomorrow
 •  Paris Hilton drops appeal over 45-day jail term
 •  Sprinkler in luggage triggers evacuation at L.A. airport
 •  Small surf dominates forecast; swell coming Saturday
 •  Light showers expected in Kaua'i Channel
 •  Obama received $572,490 in book royalties in 2006
 •  UH receives distance learning award
 •  70th recruit class for Big Island police honored
 •  The art of tea to be served at UH-Manoa
 •  Arboretum celebrates Endangered Species Day tomorrow
 •  Matson, Horizon raising fuel surcharge May 27
 •  Dental Samaritans gives public service dentistry grants
 •  Today's events: 'Teacher, Teacher,' jazz at Sway, Sin
 •  Wall Street rally on hold; Dow briefly passes 13,500
 •  HPD celebrates 75th anniversary
 •  Warning signs up after sewage spills into Palolo Stream
 •  Man arrested in Big Island shooting case
 •  Night work scheduled for Likelike Highway
 •  UH offer giveaways for final home baseball series
 •  On the air today: State girls D1 basketball semifinals
 •  Sports today: Girls state DI and DII basketball

Local News
 •  Shooting linked to dispute over woman
 •  HMSA plans largest rate hike in 3 years
 •  One million Hawaiians, Pacific islanders in U.S.
 •  Homeowners may get a break as city cuts property tax rates
 •  'Click it' targets nighttime use
 •  Strykers get mixed reaction on O'ahu roads and lots of waves on Big Island Photo gallery Video
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  You're invited to Multi-Cultural Fair
 •  Volunteer to build a home
 •  Students will compete in D.C.
 •  Celebration also aids adult care
 •  Club kids spiff up WWII site
 •  GOP legislators will brief voters
 •  Rep. Oshiro to hear concerns
 •  Sprucing up New Town field
 •  Trails Day hike in arboretum
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Governor going to Indonesia, Japan
EDUCATION
 •  In Kaimuki, computers are key
 •  HMSA lauds top teen PSAs today
 •  Dialogue not over yet on special-needs kids
COURTS
 •  Charges dropped, but no jail release
 •  Ex-HPU athlete admits having Ecstasy
WILDLIFE
 •  Lawsuit seeks to bar Navy exercise
OTHER NEWS
 •  Waimea drowning victim was a teacher, minister
 •  USDA says Kona farm fish pass melamine test
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Motorcyclist in critical condition
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Shredding free for a day again
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Honoka'a stuns No. 1 Roosevelt in quarters Photo gallery
 •  'Bows out to prove they're worthy
 •  Legislature to hear Frazier on state of UH
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  'Bows lose another point guard
UH SOFTBALL
 •  What a way to start the day in L.A.
 •  Three 'Bows on first team All-West region
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Honoka'a stuns No. 1 Roosevelt in quarters Photo gallery
 •  Punahou steals one from Lahainaluna, 66-47 Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani shoots down Radford Photo gallery Video
 •  Konawaena gains semifinal by racing past Kalani, 58-46 Photo gallery Video
 •  Kamehameha-Hawai'i meets McKinley in DII semifinal Photo gallery
 •  Sacred Hearts pounces on Kailua, 52-37
 •  Girls state DI basketball
 •  Girls state DII basketball
 •  Honoka'a's Maekawa captures state golf title
 •  Today's events
GOLF REPORT
 •  McLachlin's rookie year a learning experience
 •  Wie to play in elite Samsung World
 •  Merkle to defend Jennie K. crown
 •  Holes in One
SURFING
 •  Irons loses in Tahiti surf meet
PADDLING
 •  Defending surfski champ Pretorius reaps benefits
BASKETBALL
 •  Low will try out for USA team
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH fans still won't be heard

Island Life
 •  Paddling from the core Video
 •  Case's health Web site aimed at busy moms
 •  Cabaret boosts Diamond Head festivities
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Statins don't replace healthier eating habits
 •  Health calendar
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  Daily weighing OK, but compromise is best
THEATER
 •  Abbreviated 'Women' still funny and fascinating
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Major retailers recall Magnetix toys
 •  Drug-free birth one mom tells her tale
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Help is here for confused 'Lost' fans
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  For Sai, it's off to 'South Pacific' this summer

Business
 •  Kaiser income plunges 83% in first quarter
 •  Del Monte, Kilgo's sell-offs
 •  So far, so good for Waikiki hula event
ECONOMY
 •  Permits for future construction plunge
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Could your Mega-Money Mistake be worse than mine? Tell me about it
 •  Pace picks up in relentless march toward cashless society
 •  Three lenders offering discounts on student loans
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  New Tsukiji restaurant open at mall
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  T.G.I. Friday's offers franchises

Opinion
 •  Sending trash offshore not an end to recycling
 •  Congress must push for voter paper trail
COMMENTARY
 •  Legislature addressed fundamental needs
 •  How liberals get forgiveness: They buy it
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Movie openings
THEATER
 •  Abbreviated 'Women' still funny and fascinating
 •  TGI Thursday