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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 29, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  HPU men's basketball team announces two signings
 •  Ex-UH guard Lojeski signs deal with Belgian team
 •  Braves' Smoltz exits after feeling tweak in shoulder
 •  Oden paired with Bill Russell in first marketing deal
 •  Local software firm joins with document prep company
 •  D.C.-based firm to handle DOD surplus in Hawai'i
 •  Yankees' Clemens likely to start Monday at Chicago
 •  Business highlights: Oil prices, World Bank, Goodyear
 •  Lakers owner Buss arrested on suspicion of DUI
 •  Players union backs suspended Titans' Jones in appeal
 •  Modest gain on Wall Street amid series of takeovers
 •  Bode-led HPU men finish No. 3 in West Region tennis
 •  4 So. Utah baseball players from Hawaii receive honors
 •  Kamehameha alum Chun of Stanford earns golf honor
 •  Local developers honored by real estate association
 •  LenDale White fails to show up at Titans minicamp
 •  49ers sign Texas CB Brown, fifth-round pick
 •  Kaua'i botanical garden to get solar energy system (news release)
 •  Local businessman opens Mr. Appliance franchise
 •  Earthquake education game released
 •  Keys, Higa to head Radford basketball programs
 •  Peace the topic at monthly Temple Emanu-el talk
 •  New weekly Eucharist at St. Andrew's Cathedral
 •  Duke's unveils concert schedule
 •  Cavs' starter Hughes unlikely for Game 4 vs. Pistons
 •  Sprinter Powell, back from injury, sets year's best 100
 •  Kansas hoop star Rush out 6 months with knee injury
 •  Hypnotist coming to Sharkey's
 •  On the air tomorrow: Jazz-Spurs playoffs, NHL finals
 •  On the air today: Giants-Mets, Pistons-Cavs playoffs
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  19-year-old faces Net sex charge
 •  City motor vehicle licensing worker arrested
 •  Pearl Harbor naval base cashier's killer sentenced
 •  Man charged with visitors' robbery
 •  Bar defers to state on client-solicitation issue
 •  Family awarded $2.7M in daughter's 2001 murder
 •  Teen injured in Haleakala bike accident
 •  Former Baldwin High star athlete killed in wreck
 •  Monk seal dies after being trapped in gill net
 •  Three airlines extend dates for $9 interisland fares
 •  Oceanic cable TV restores digital interactive service
 •  Storylines sure to abound as Wie returns to LPGA
 •  Iolani alum Ian Mopas to sign with Twins
 •  Fire destroys 3 businesses at Waiau Center - 2 videos
 •  Travelers may have been exposed to rare tuberculosis
 •  3 at UH back UC professor in counter-complaint
 •  10 U.S. soldiers die in copter crash, bombings in Iraq
 •  Contact lens solution maker deflects blame for recall
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Mexicans' booing of Miss USA reflects prickly relations
 •  Shots fired into window at Hale'iwa gas station
 •  Taxation video available to help landlords
 •  Environmentalists mark 'Dependence Day' in Waikiki
 •  Counties 'not that interested' in harbors offer
 •  Signs banning truck passage finally up on Maui
 •  Hawai'i's $3.39-a-gallon gas price nation's 7th highest
 •  Regional VA center sets up Neighbor Island visits
 •  Light trade winds expected through the week
 •  South swells bring small to moderate surf
 •  Fireworks display will culminate 20th anniversary fete
 •  Palolo Avenue sidewalk work, striping continues
 •  Roy's Restaurants plans new outlet near Disneyland
 •  Roddick, Blake ousted in first round of French Open
 •  Test of Civil Defense warning sirens set for Friday
 •  Hawaii Theatre seeks student apprentices
 •  Fee to apply for citizenship doubles
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  3 Iranian-American citizens charged with espionage
 •  Resurfacing set for Nimitz-Ala Moana
 •  Death of Patriots' Hill ruled accidental drowning

Local News
 •  It's a tale of 2 ridges and 17,500 homes
 •  Isles' richest person, with $12.6 billion, dies
 •  Rockfall injures 1 below Diamond Head lighthouse Photo gallery Video
 •  Historic Kohala church gone
 •  Saluting heroes who gave their lives Photo gallery Video
 •  After 4 decades, they're pals again
 •  Golf benefit gives $508,560
 •  Healing Island grants awarded
 •  Imaginarium travels to Egypt
 •  Oli will follow exhibition
 •  Pu'uloa Road closures persist
 •  Storm drains need stenciling
 •  Want to be a junior leader?
 •  Widening plan to be discussed
 •  Damien head to retire at end of next month
 •  Festival lights way for loved ones Photo gallery
 •  Voyaging canoe nears final stage of journey
 •  At Pearl Harbor, 9 survivors help bring history alive
 •  3-car collision injures 3 on Maui
 •  Obituaries

 •  Smooth rides for Cazimero brothers Photo gallery
 •  Ex-Big Islander Kim wins golf event
 •  Ginobili spurs San Antonio to win
 •  Patriots defensive end Hill dies in watercraft accident
 •  Texas high school steroids testing bill could become law
 •  Keys, Higa to head Radford basketball teams
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Place of peace
 •  New theme for game shows: Dumb and dumber
 •  Parenting demands leadership
 •  Collagen? Nah, don't call again
 •  A place to exchange ideas and get support
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  'Surf's Up' at Keo's during celebrity dinner

 •  Young's Fish Market adapts to stay afloat
 •  Debt to publisher denounced
 •  TV networks innovate so you'll see their ads
 •  Boost your image with snazzy cells
 •  You, too, can start a cell phone firm
 •  Bigger byte for Sony PS3
 •  Customers are now movie cops

 •  Next step is comprehensive cleanup plan for dumped munitions on Wai'anae Coast
 •  Debit card would ease teacher spending need
 •  Paul yearns to steer GOP back to its ideals
 •  Immigration bill faces tough political road
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday