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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 8, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Vog forces closure of Volcano National Park
 •  Pedestrian killed on Maui identified
 •  Suspected Waipahu auto thief charged
 •  2 suspects arrested in Big Island robbery
 •  Waianae murder suspect could be indicted
 •  Waimalu pool hall robbery suspect arrested
 •  Whale carcass buried on Kauai's north shore
 •  House delays passage of taro bill
 •  Police seeking Downtown bank robber
 •  Akaka raises concerns about length of Iraq tours
 •  Accident at H-1 westbound Ewa off may cause slowing
 •  State senate passes its version of budget bill
 •  Maui fund could be tapped for storm aid
 •  High demand backlogging Maui tax appeals
 •  Kahului swimming pool closed this week
 •  Firefighters continue fight against graffiti
 •  Lawmakers to listen to West Maui tomorrow
 •  Kahuku High senior wins state Poetry Out Loud
 •  HPUís annual Intercultural Day set for April 18
 •  New Obama ad features sister, grandmother
 •  Sulfur dioxide exposure can be mitigated
 •  Congress urged to preserve national parks
 •  Top general calls for halt in Iraq troop pullout
 •  Main break diverts School Street traffic
 •  Advice on early education today at Pearlridge
 •  DUI arrests up, major traffic accidents down on Big Island
 •  Best surf on Hawaii's east shores today
 •  Meeting tomorrow on Ala Wai boat harbor parking
 •  Public meeting today on Molokai Ranch closure
 •  Honolulu man indicted for false workers' comp statements
 •  Scattered showers, southeast winds expected today
 •  Boy killed in shark attack off Australian coast
 •  Akaka questions Petraeus
 •  Sources: Love to leave UCLA
 •  Tennessee wins 2nd straight NCAA women's title
 •  Tennis: Sharapova wins debut at Amelia Island
 •  NFL: Bengals sign receiver Gabriel
 •  Golf: Mickelson thinks itís his turn at Masters
 •  Tennis: Venus to take indefinite leave from game
 •  CBKB: Bennett says he's staying at WSU
 •  Baseball: Rays' Kazmir throws 42 pitches
 •  Tennis: Davenport wins opener at Amelia Island
 •  Baseball: Red Sox get rings, dump Tigers
 •  UH softball stays at No. 20 in poll
 •  CBKB: Alabama's Steele to look at entering NBA
 •  Autos: NASCAR doles out penalties, fine
 •  Baseball: Phils rain on Mets home opener, 5-2
 •  Baseball: Orioles stay hot, top Rangers
 •  NFL: Vikings sign QB Frerotte again
 •  NBA: Cavs' James misses practice again
 •  CBKB: LSU's Randolph to enter NBA draft
 •  Hank Aaron's mother dies
 •  CBKB: Memphis down after defeat
 •  CFB: Penn State receiver kicked off team
 •  CBKB: Florida's Speights declares for draft
 •  CBKB: Arizona's Budinger to test NBA waters
 •  Baseball: Jeter out of lineup against Royals
 •  NHL: A look at the playoffs
 •  Curling: Australia tops U.S. men
 •  NFL: Mock draft ó Miami on the clock
 •  Swimming: FINA to allow high-tech suits
 •  CBKB: Self looking for 'security' from Kansas
 •  State cycling time trials set for May 25
 •  Olympic torch arrives in S.F. amid tight security
 •  Rose, Klaneski head football clinic
 •  McMackin heads football coaches clinic April 19
 •  Military gets 2-for-1 deal for UH baseball series
 •  CBKB: How a title was won, and lost
 •  Beckham is soccer's highest-paid player
 •  Cycling: Two banned for doping
 •  Cycling: Trek sues to end deal with LeMond
 •  Preps: BIIF volleyball standings
 •  Preps: BIIF baseball standings
 •  Preps: ILH volleyball standings
 •  Preps: BIIF softball standings
 •  Preps: OIA water polo standings
 •  On the air today: Stanford-Tennessee women's final
 •  On the air tomorrow: WNBA draft, NBA, baseball
 •  Mesa seeks $38M stock issue to pay looming debt
 •  Hilton Hawaiian Village offers kamaaina business discount
 •  Ward Gateway Starbucks holds tasting for new brew
 •  Hawaii cement shipments were lower in January
 •  Takahashi boosts ownership stake in Castle Group
 •  Pilots' absence forces Aloha to cancel 7 cargo flights
 •  Dole sells Hawaii, California land to avoid bond default
 •  American Airlines cancels 500 flights for inspections
 •  Samuel Adams beer recalled over broken glass bits
 •  Stocks end down after Federal Reserve voices concerns
 •  FAA under fire for 'misleading' maintenance testimony
 •  212,000 Chrysler cars recalled to fix electrical problem
 •  State exec to speak in D.C. on airline market
 •  Hawaii cement shipments were lower in January
 •  Aqua Hotels opens third spa in Waikiki
 •  Entertainers salute Don Ho, Aunty Genoa and Ray Kane Friday
 •  Museum of American Indian supports Bishop Museum exhibit
 •  BayFest tickets go on sale this weekend
 •  Diamond Head plans Broadway visit for Ables Sayre
 •  Ocean Network celebrates anniversay at aquarium
 •  Aloha Airlines prayer breakfast this weekend
 •  Unity Church's 'Miracles' course to be tonight
 •  Social Lights benefit concert series announced
 •  Jason Mraz show moves to Waikiki Shell
 •  Toni Braxton cancels Vegas show for one night

Local News
 •  Credits got used, but no aquarium
 •  ATVs now bound to rules of the road
 •  Ceded-land debate back on the table
 •  Lankford account challenged
 •  Superferry back in service Photo gallery Video
 •  Tattoo industry will maintain regulations
 •  Air Force honors its Home Front Heroes
 •  Jervis' attorney may be gagged
 •  Environmental impact still major concern
 •  Pledge on rail firms' donations urged
 •  Not enough affordable land, Kauai farmers say
 •  UH dance ensemble performing at library
 •  Saturday's motorcycle crash victim identified
 •  Parents can get advice on kids' education today
 •  Man faces theft charge on erroneous tax refund
 •  Jaggar Museum reopens as gas emissions dwindle
 •  Drain pipe outfall should be fixed by next month
 •  Case closed after probe of alleged assault on child
 •  April 30 hearing on plan for natural area reserve
 •  Waimanalo farmers ordered to cut water use
 •  Community calendar
 •  10-year sentence in '06 fatal crash
 •  Cultural activist Keahi Allen
 •  Obituaries
 •  Loretta's earned her stardom

 •  Warriors on collision course Photo gallery Video
 •  Here's the catch: Quartet set to lead receiving corps Photo gallery Video
 •  Brennan's surgery on hip successful
 •  Late rally boosts Kansas to crown Photo gallery
 •  Economic hardship forces Komar into manager's role
 •  'Bows bullpen shows it's armed and ready
 •  Senior guidance spurs Wai'anae
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  This week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Baseball
 •  Softball
 •  Boys volleyball
 •  Parker, Wiggins face off for crown
 •  BYUH women still rolling
 •  Olympic softball for two UH stars
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Kimono Samba
 •  Malubay busy with post-'Idol' planning
 •  Facebook makes a waste of the mind
 •  'The Ruins' ruins a perfectly good genre
 •  Kahuku student to vie for national poetry title
 •  Vrooming art
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Teaching phone etiquette to the digital generation
 •  8 easy ways to de-stress, protect your health
 •  Morning DJ does the two-station hop

 •  Hawaii home sales slow on Kauai, Big Isle
 •  Tourism authority aids stranded Photo gallery
 •  Local economist sees bright future for Oahu's '2nd city'
 •  go! parent sues over flights
 •  Delta-Northwest merger details still up in the air
 •  Greenspan sees end to falling U.S. home prices
 •  Competition driving down price of stolen data, survey finds
 •  E-commerce predicted to rise by $30 billion
 •  Planning Maui Land & Pineapple's next 100 years Audio
 •  Yahoo-Microsoft struggle seen as entering new stage
 •  Firms use tax forms to find ineligible dependents
 •  Hawaii Biotech gets vaccine grant
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Aloha says union agreement close
 •  WaMu nears deal for $5B infusion

 •  Welfare funds should help meet social needs
 •  Post-9/11 veterans need a better GI Bill
 •  Moloka'i long been consistent on its vision
 •  Genocide by attrition looming in Darfur
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'The Ruins' ruins a perfectly good genre
 •  TGI Tuesday