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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 20, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Laughlin, Quale, Bartletts win Moloka'i-to-O'ahu races
 •  Hotels foot most bills in Maui County's budget
 •  New partnership to expand cancer treatment on Maui
 •  Potts, Swail capture Honolulu Triathlon overall titles
 •  Spurs beat Jazz in Game 1 of Western final
 •  Ochoa gets first win after becoming No. 1 LPGA player
 •  Ducks top Red Wings, take 3-2 conference finals lead
 •  Hawai'i players help Tennessee advance in softball
 •  NCAA Division I Softball Regionals at a glance
 •  Lopez captures fourth straight taekwondo world title
 •  Jankovic stops Kuznetsova for Italian Open tennis title
 •  2004 Honolulu runner-up wins marathon in Australia
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH baseball final home game
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH baseball final home game
 •  On the air today: UH baseball, Spurs-Jazz playoff
 •  Man shot dead near Sharks Cove on North Shore
 •  UH softball advances to Super Regional, faces Vols
 •  Rainbows hold off Fresno State in baseball, 7-6
 •  12 selected to high school sports Hall of Honor
 •  Feds to prosecute felon on firearm charges
 •  Pair arrested in Friday drug raid charged
 •  Man accused of damaging six vehicles
 •  Robber paying stiff price for smokes
 •  Two arrested in Wahiawa cockfighting raid
 •  ME trying to identify traffic victim
 •  McLachlin shoots 66, finishes tied for 16th in Georgia
 •  Three people reported wounded in Idaho shooting
 •  Projects to slow Kalaniana'ole traffic in Waimanalo
 •  March on Tuesday will honor slain Kaua'i woman
 •  West-bound H-1 lanes to close in town Monday night
 •  Lane striping may slow traffic on H-3 Freeway this week
 •  Hurricane preparedness expo set for Saturday
 •  Federer wins Hamburg, ends Nadal's streak on clay
 •  Kula Forest Reserve trails meeting set for Wednesday
 •  15-year-old is youngest winner on Japan pro golf tour
 •  Wednesday dinner to honor distinguished UH alumni
 •  Trade winds due to return later in the week
 •  South Shore looks like the place to surf today
 •  Sports today: UH baseball, Jennie K. golf

Local News
 •  Sand Island will welcome off-roaders
 •  Funeral trusts take 30% off the top
 •  Maturing Wie turns new career corner Photo gallery
 •  Marijuana-busting funds deleted
 •  Rocking the crater Photo gallery
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Halting plan, seeking refund can be an ordeal
 •  Problems stem from plan to redirect trust funds
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  50,000 lei sought for Memorial Day events
EDUCATION
 •  Maui high school teams prove they know how to repair cars
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Vibrant Chinatown enjoying a revival
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  New sophistication could boost Honolulu
 •  New UH school for all things Hawaiian
MAUI
 •  Man killed after car goes off cliff
OTHER NEWS
 •  USS Arizona model has new homeport
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Desperately seeking Sweetie ...

Sports
 •  Rainbows reach regional final
 •  Tomishima's 4th title lifts McKinley to girls crown Photo gallery Video
 •  Buffanblu girls on top again; Neighbor Island athletes fare well
 •  Buffanblu boys edge Baldwin for first state title in five years
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Nash still pursuing big man
UH BASEBALL
 •  Fresno State thwarts Hawai'i
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Ready and pumped for final
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Tomishima's 4th title lifts McKinley to girls crown Photo gallery Video
 •  Buffanblu girls on top again; Neighbor Island athletes fare well
 •  Buffanblu boys edge Baldwin for first state title in five years
 •  State Track and Field results
GOLF
 •  Merkle has one-shot lead over Hilea at Jennie K.
SURFING
 •  DeSoto wins longboard title
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  AD finally comes out in the open

Island Life
 •  Lei it on Photo gallery
 •  Bevin or Tessa who's it gonna be?
 •  Designer building a better bathing suit
MUSIC
 •  Web makes oldies golden again as royalties pour in
PARENTING
 •  A guide to grown-up fun during family vacations
TELEVISION
 •  'Brothers & Sisters' finale dramatic
 •  Mismatched couples are a staple of TV sitcoms
 •  For hallyu stars, Seoul is a big free lunch
PETS
 •  Dog-bite prevention program is for everyone
THEATER
 •  Kennedy season opens with world premiere
BOOKS
 •  What I'm reading: Susan Schultz
 •  Hawai'i best-sellers
 •  'Big Girls' a dark human study
 •  Book gets real about stylish homes
 •  Lit Beat
ART
 •  Fly me to the moon
 •  Art calendar
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  In your clutches
 •  Drink pink
'OHANA
 •  Mom of the week
 •  Time heals the pain of childbirth
 •  Preschools are all about lots of rules
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Engagement
 •  Birth announcements

Business
 •  It's what's SUP Video
 •  Mall in Kapolei has fitting name
 •  A former company town soldiers on
AIRLINES
 •  Business jets may face a new tax
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Keep up with your jonesing with GlooTV
 •  High-definition television finally catching on
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i Status Report
 •  Maybe that M.B.A. you got isn't so important after all
 •  National rating for hotels slips 4 percent

Opinion
 •  FDA should embrace alternative medicine
COMMENTARY
 •  Glass ceiling still keeps women from earning as much as men do
 •  Reality is, marriage, motherhood explain almost all of the pay gap
 •  Shinto's popularity is increasing
 •  Spring is in the air, but some things still just squirrelly
 •  Straight talk on quake outage, conservation
 •  Pacific islands still off map in Washington
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  We pulled out all the stops for Don Ho
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Bevin or Tessa who's it gonna be?
 •  Designer building a better bathing suit
TELEVISION
 •  'Brothers & Sisters' finale dramatic
 •  Mismatched couples are a staple of TV sitcoms
 •  For hallyu stars, Seoul is a big free lunch
MUSIC
 •  Web makes oldies golden again as royalties pour in
THEATER
 •  Kennedy season opens with world premiere
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Picture perfection
 •  Photography legacy lives on at Carmel
 •  Drink in culture at Boulder teahouse
 •  Sail the seas with The Mouse
 •  Holoholo
 •  Let's go: Hawai'i and the world
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Travel almanac
TIM WINSHIP
 •  New rules almost always hurt you
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  New Frontier sold to Plaza owner