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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 22, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Punahou baseball ranked No. 19 in nation
 •  Red Sox beats Yankees, regain 10-game cushion in East
 •  Spurs outplay Jazz, take 2-0 series lead in West finals
 •  Rockets hire Adelman to replace Van Gundy
 •  Next crater celebration already being planned
 •  Awa-Williams named BIIF player of the year
 •  Mets GM: Pedro Martinez could be back by August
 •  Blazers win NBA draft lottery
 •  'Beyond the Break' premieres in Waikiki Saturday
 •  DiscoveryBox unveils software for electronic discovery
 •  Raptors sign coach Mitchell to three-year extension
 •  Golfer killed after cart plunges 75 feet off cliff
 •  Landis' testimony centers on fired manager
 •  Business highlights: Diet pill, XM Satellite Radio, P&G
 •  Sorenstam to return from back injury next week
 •  Aaron has no interest in seeing Bonds' historic homer
 •  MIL to hold varsity, JV basketball in winter
 •  Injury-rate study: Football highest, softball lowest
 •  NBA fines Spurs $50,000 for missing media session
 •  Local egg production falls 21% in March from year ago
 •  Record 7 UH track and field athletes in West Regionals
 •  EPA launches Chinese-language Web site
 •  Travel & Leisure ranks Halekulani No. 1 Hawai'i hotel
 •  Tesoro to sell $500M of senior notes due in 2017
 •  Longs Drug Stores approves 14-cent-per-share dividend
 •  California online retailer to sell BAYVI apparel
 •  Konawaena alumna on NCAA D-III championship team
 •  Frank DeLima sets Father's Day events
 •  Ward Warehouse plans June 10 gala
 •  'One Breath at a Time' Buddhism talks set for June
 •  'Six Billion Paths to Peace' forum at Waikiki hotel
 •  Waiokeola church to hold 3rd annual memorial service
 •  Asashoryu drops out of sumo lead after surprising loss
 •  Landis arbitration case costs adding up
 •  Haas, Murray withdraw from French Open
 •  Alinghi benefits from Americans' early Cup exit
 •  Restraining order issued for Broncos receiver Kircus
 •  On the air tomorrow: Red Sox-Yankees, Mets-Braves
 •  On the air today: NBA Draft lottery, Jazz-Spurs playoff
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Police say 'Aiea shooting was an accident
 •  OC 16 to telecast all UH softball games vs. Tennessee
 •  Pair suspected of assaulting pedestrian
 •  Police arrest suspect in N. Shore shooting
 •  Man charged with gun, drug offenses
 •  Federal prison drug smugglers sentenced
 •  Kaua'i home in Moloa'a destroyed by fire
 •  Former bus driver indicted in fatal traffic wreck
 •  Attorney may sue Kamehameha over admissions policy
 •  Condition worsens for teen shot in 'Aiea - video
 •  Army to discuss reef munitions with Wai'anae board
 •  Kaua'i airport gets $3.8M in federal funds for upgrades
 •  UH finalizing deal to play Colorado in football
 •  Wie will return to play in PGA Tour event
 •  UH coaches, AD to discuss ethics in college sports
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Web site touted with launch of Beach Safety Week
 •  Birth-control pill that stops periods wins FDA approval
 •  Bill seeks prison time for pointing lasers at airplanes
 •  Honolulu airport ranked 16th in customer satisfaction (news release)
 •  Maui teen links his gambling addiction to drug crimes
 •  Farmers at Honolulu Hale today for 'Ag in the City'
 •  Six UH film students invited to Shanghai festival
 •  University of Phoenix struggles to grow profits
 •  Songwriter of Elvis' 'Blue Hawaii' dies at 85
 •  Cowboys' new stadium chosen for 2011 Super Bowl
 •  Today's events: Speed dating, Photo Safari, sports talk
 •  Humid, hazy days with little wind remain in forecast
 •  Swell time to surf southern shores
 •  Waiakea alum Amanda Wilson tied for 9th in NCAA golf
 •  Navigation Web site adds Honolulu to its offerings
 •  Singer Kenny Rankins plans June concert
 •  City offices will be closed for Memorial Day observance
 •  Lanakila rehab center workforce graduation today
 •  Car hits hydrant in Kaka'ako; crews working on repairs
 •  Stocks finish flat as investors await new economic data
 •  Kalaniana'ole work in Waimanalo
 •  Venus Williams, Sharapova advance in Istanbul Cup

Local News
 •  Revenue forecast shrinks by $88M
 •  $25B damage if big storm hit O'ahu
 •  UH's Frazier, lawmakers spar over games, facilities Video
 •  Bank settles suit with ex-staffer
 •  Grave opened but no urn, no ashes, nothing found
 •  Relief from vog a day or two away
 •  Librarians share the magic of books
 •  Blood drives on June 4, 5, 6
 •  Palisades school Fun Fair Friday
 •  Valley cemetery plans advance
 •  Lili'uokalani school turns 95
 •  Celebrate dads at mall festival
 •  Obon service lantern sale
 •  Powwow set for Wailoa park
 •  Take a tour of dunes, wetlands
 •  Halawa warden to public safety post
 •  MySpace to share sex-offender data
 •  Witnesses to Kane'ohe murder recount chilling scene in court
 •  Subpoena of reporter in dam suit may test rights
 •  Ex-dance teacher sentenced to year in jail for sex assault
 •  Shot from car hits teen at 'Aiea library
 •  Fort Weaver-Keaunui signal lights up today
 •  Hazards plague Maui road
 •  North Shore victim a 'peace keeper'
 •  Driver of stolen van gets 26 years
 •  Obituaries

 •  Rainbows shut out top-seeded Bulldogs Photo gallery
 •  It's time to rise (at 4:30!) and shine on our journey
 •  The best girls basketball teams in 2007 are ... from Big Island Video
 •  The best girls basketball teams in 2007 are ... from Big Island Video
 •  Girls basketball poll
 •  Soft Tennis team heading to Japan
 •  Patriots re-sign LB Seau for second year
 •  Mililani graduate Balatico named WAC hitter of week
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH needs to ask for assistance

Island Life
 •  A fighter's words Video
 •  How about that it's Andy and Tessa
 •  Nadine Wise wins Mrs. Hawaii
 •  Tom Selleck back on tube with 'Jesse Stone'
 •  Parents often have misplaced priorities
 •  Summer zoo concerts Wednesday evenings
 •  At least the turmoil is predictable
 •  Your brain runs your sex life
 •  Dine with Travolta, Preston
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Diamond Head Theatre shines with 'Gigi' stars

 •  Next stop on visitors campaign: California
 •  Customs could take awhile
 •  HECO offers appliance rebates
 •  For one night, Waikiki will be a sidewalk cafe
 •  Taste of digital age in rural South America
 •  City Wi-Fi often disappointing
 •  Laptops great gifts for grads
 •  T-Mobile launches Blackberry challenger
 •  Local groups receive grants

 •  Housing relief needs long-range planning
 •  Local librarians role models for every age
 •  Immigration plan bad news for one group
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday