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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 7, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Trio in stolen auto arrested in Waipahu
 •  Bank robbed in Downtown Honolulu
 •  Waianae murder suspect has hearing Wednesday
 •  State proposes Poamoho Natural Area Reserve
 •  OHA offers to renegotiate ceded lands pact
 •  UH Centennial concert tonight
 •  Police find no evidence of Waianae shelter sex assault
 •  Pearlridge to host early education event
 •  Superferry makes Maui-Oahu trip today - video
 •  Firefighters bring out injured Manoa hiker
 •  Wailupe signal problem may slow traffic flow
 •  Maui motorcycle crash victim identified
 •  Board of Education committee to meet today
 •  Goodfellow Bros. recognized for battling Maui fires
 •  Public hearing on Maui county budget slated
 •  Jervis pleads not guilty in Lanikai egging incident
 •  Hawaii tattoo industry fights deregulation proposal
 •  Inouye announces hearing on Hawaii airline service
 •  Volcano museum reopens; air quality monitored
 •  Hawaii Biotech receives dengue vaccine funding
 •  Caution still urged on Big Island over sulfur dioxide
 •  Moderate surf along Hawaii's north, east shores
 •  Northeast winds keeping Islands cool
 •  Roadwork schedule set for Kauai
 •  Maui highway lane closures set for this week
 •  Daily road cleaning closing highway lanes on Lanai
 •  Two more U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq
 •  Oahu roadwork resumes today
 •  Man faces theft charge on tax refund
 •  Kauai man in guarded condition after car crash
 •  Last run of Paris Olympic torch relay canceled
 •  Kansas rocks Memphis in OT
 •  Brennan's surgery goes 'perfect'
 •  NBA: Bobcats sign TV, naming rights deal
 •  CBKB: OSU to pay Sutton $2.7M in settlement
 •  CBKB: Robinson named new Oregon St. men’s coach
 •  Baseball: Yanks Mussina wins, ties Gibson on wins list
 •  2 Rainbow Wahine on Australian Olympic softball team
 •  UH puts on the pads
 •  Baseball: Young, D'backs agree to 5-yr. extension
 •  Golf: Masters talk centers on long, slow course
 •  CBKB: Gordon leaving Indiana for NBA
 •  CBKB: Parker, Wiggins hope for happy ending
 •  Baseball: Pads spoil Giants post-Bonds home opener
 •  CBKB: Sizing up the women’s final
 •  NFL: Saints sign cornerback Aaron Glenn
 •  CFB: Bush honors football champs LSU
 •  Baseball: Spiezio pleads guilty to DUI, gets probation
 •  NFL: Jaguars QB Garrard signs extension
 •  Basketball: Vitale among 7 elected to Hall of Fame
 •  Military gets 2-for-1 deal for UH baseball series
 •  IOC president ‘very concerned’ about unrest
 •  World champion gymnast confirmed with dengue
 •  NBA: Knicks draft talk centers around Derrick Rose
 •  Baseball: SD's Peavy denies pine tar doctoring
 •  Preps: ILH volleyball standings
 •  Preps: ILH softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA water polo standings
 •  Preps: ILH baseball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA baseball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball standings
 •  On the air today: Kansas-Memphis NCAA title game
 •  On the air tomorrow: Stanford-Tennessee, women's final
 •  More flights announced for stranded Mainland passengers
 •  Bogus e-mail targeting Kauai credit union members sent
 •  AT&T to invest $25 million in wireless upgrade here
 •  Man faces theft charge for spending erroneous tax refund
 •  Kona Brewing makes list of largest U.S. craft brewers
 •  Big Island, Kauai home sales flat or lower last month
 •  Alaska Airlines to start Mainland-Maui flights in July
 •  3 more charter flights set up for stranded passengers
 •  Stocks end up-and-down day on mixed note
 •  Mesa sues Delta over contract dispute
 •  Starbucks launching ‘everyday’ brew with free tasting
 •  Aumakua Music Festival premieres Saturday
 •  Rock ’n’ roll! Bob Dylan wins a Pulitzer Prize
 •  Loose Screws seeks improv talent
 •  Tots to compete in state fair's 'Keiki Stars' contest
 •  'Religion & Politics: Polite Conversations' talk coming
 •  Hall to give address at 2008 prayer breakfast
 •  Acoustic duo to peform at Coffeehouse in the Courtyard
 •  Cold War legacy to be topic of UH lecture
 •  Guy Cruz to perform at Hula's Backyard Bash
 •  '21' doubles down as No. 1 box office hit

Local News
 •  Big Hawaii project short $6 million
 •  Isle Stryker brigade does a bit of everything in Iraq
 •  Hawaii lawmakers dispute welfare funding
 •  Senator calls for new GI Bill
 •  Art to hang out with on campus Photo gallery
 •  By video, dad inducts son into Guard
 •  Gas is $1.36 for Iraqis, $3.23 for U.S. troops
 •  Court OKs enhanced sentence legislation
 •  Suspect in sex case has Wednesday court date
 •  Wai'anae shooting suspect charged
 •  Leeward collision puts 6 in hospitals
 •  Victim of Kona crash identified
 •  For the Environment
 •  Fort Weaver widening continues lane closures
 •  House leaders to visit Hamakua, hear concerns
 •  $5,000 grands available to prevent, treat obesity
 •  Road work will result in contraflowed traffic
 •  Free tree giveaway an effort to green up valley
 •  Archaeologist will talk about Egypt's mummies
 •  Lahaina housing project proposed
 •  Grants
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Clashes mar Olympic torch relay Photo gallery
 •  Obituaries
 •  Draft agency chief reminds youths: Sign up

 •  Tresnak, Szadoszki excel in grueling 18-mile race
 •  Capaul, Schneider pitch 'Bows over Spartans
 •  NCAA final a real knockout
 •  Ochoa rolls to Kraft Nabisco crown
 •  Last-second bucket lifts Lady Vols over Tigers Photo gallery
 •  Braves topple Mets Photo gallery
 •  Garcia cruises in surfing qualifier
 •  HPU, Hilo split doubleheader
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Happily ever after Photo gallery
 •  Merrie Monarch winners — the complete list
 •  'Moon' tells vivid, heartwrenching tale
 •  Driving away, into the future
 •  Donations help charities
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Happily ever after Photo gallery
 •  Driving away, into the future
 •  More new dads take paid paternity leave
 •  Study: Drug errors hurt 1 in 15 kids in hospitals

 •  Hawaii tax probe aims at real estate agents
 •  Vegas bound? Better book a flight fast
 •  Mexico becoming a hub of aerospace industry
 •  Soon, it may be 'I'm going to Dubailand!'
 •  Slovenia resort plans halted
 •  Site of alleged Spitzer tryst an instant tourist attraction
 •  TSA's 'behavior' screeners hunt for clues
 •  Giving hotel front desk your debit card not a wise choice
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Yahoo hopes to gain advertising edge over Google
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Feds must strengthen oversight of air safety
 •  Superferry's second chance to prove itself
 •  U.S. should be helping resolve refugee crisis
 •  Working longer will alleviate national debt
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Ballet, hip-hop make fine pair
 •  'Moon' tells vivid, heartwrenching tale
 •  TGI Monday