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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 12, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Portion of Nimitz westbound closed Sunday
 •  Grand Island airport board OKs Island Air bid
 •  Five missing foster children found this week
 •  Choral Festival's weekend performance shouldn't be missed
 •  Big Isle police seeking help in robbery case
 •  Man dead, officers injured at Maui home
 •  No need to boil water central, south Maui residents told
 •  Overturned vehicle reported on Kapiolani Boulevard
 •  Pick up recyclables, win tickets to Kokua Festival
 •  Kauai police seek help in finding missing teens
 •  Hilo man died from heart attack, not crash injuries
 •  Surf of 4 to 6 feet expected on north shores
 •  Trade wind weather expected this weekend
 •  2 picked to lead state Historic Preservation office
 •  Today's Hawaii sports scoreboard
 •  U.S. women's soccer team beats Canada in Olympic Qualifying final
 •  Rainbow Wahine stop San Jose State in softball, 3-1
 •  Baseball 'Bows stop N.M. State, 5-1, to earn doubleheader split
 •  New Mexico State powers past Rainbows in baseball, 9-3
 •  No. 3 USC pounds No. 4 Hawaii in water polo, 13-8
 •  Volleyball Warriors upset No. 5 Pepperdine in season finale
 •  Rainbows rally to complete softball sweep of San Jose State, 9-6
 •  Defense dominates in Warrior football scrimmage
 •  Immelman takes 2-shot lead at Masters; Woods 6 shots back
 •  Hawaii's Kai making splash with U.S. women's soccer team
 •  Warriors' foe Florida plays spring game before 60,000
 •  Preps: Baldwin hands first loss to No. 7 Lahainaluna
 •  Autos: Jimmie Johnson turns fuel gamble into victory
 •  Boxing: Tarver easily beats Woods to win IBF light heavyweight title
 •  Boxing: Cotto and Margarito win welterweight title fights with ease
 •  Hockey: Boston College tops Notre Dame for NCAA men's title
 •  Extreme skier John Nicoletta dies in jump off rock wall
 •  NBA: 3 injured as FedExForum stands collapse
 •  N.Y. Times: Steroids witness names Graham, Jones and Greene
 •  Baseball: Bonds' last homer ball brings more than $376K
 •  Golf: Ochoa takes 5-stroke lead at Corona Championship
 •  Tennis: Ailing Davenport withdraws from Amelia Island semifinal
 •  NHL: Thoresen released from hospital after groin injury
 •  Baseball: Tigers place Willis placed on 15-day DL
 •  Tennis: Bryans lose doubles to France in Davis Cup
 •  Baseball: Giants' Roberts has knee surgery, could be out 12 weeks
 •  Baseball: Floyd loses no-hit bid in 8th, but Chicago beats Detroit
 •  Swim: Lochte sets world record in 100m IM at short-course worlds
 •  Olympics: Tanzanian official expects trouble-free torch run
 •  CFB: Murray St. QB Ehrhardt charged with robbery in a 'prank gone bad'
 •  Swim: Coventry breaks oldest short-course world record
 •  Golf: Woods doesn't own Augusta like he did once
 •  Baseball: Denny McLain arrested in civil case
 •  Hockey: U.S. women defeat Canada for world championship
 •  Tennis: Russia takes 2-1 lead over Czech Republic in Davis Cup
 •  Swim: Record-breaking Speedo swimsuit passes test by FINA
 •  NFL: Pacman will seek reinstatement next week
 •  Preps: ILH baseball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball standings
 •  On the air today: Baseball, Masters, softball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Spurs-Lakers, Masters, baseball

Local News
 •  Gas prices hit record high
 •  Grief from 2006 crash deaths still fresh
 •  Culinary institute on its way Photo gallery Video
 •  Masumi's death felt across ocean
 •  Gag order issued in Jervis case
 •  Appointment raises concern
 •  Lankford jurors will resume deliberations on Monday
 •  Marine faces jail for theft, forgeries
 •  Turtle sculpture returned
 •  Maui suspect dies in police raid
 •  Families now bond by text message
 •  School AD guilty of drug charges
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH tops New Mexico St., 8-3
 •  Tiger still confident 7 shots off the lead Photo gallery
 •  Bolla applies for UNLV post
 •  Robinson leads UH over San Jose St., 1-0
 •  Punahou spikes 'Iolani in ILH Photo gallery
 •  Pearl City clinches OIA Red West crown
 •  'Iolani girls basketball coach resigns
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Wang stops Red Sox
 •  UH volleyball loses on road
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Making music
 •  Oliver puts spin on 'Terrifying Times'
 •  The Jets, the Sharks and a classic love story at Punahou
 •  Hawaii Youth Symphony ushers in sounds of spring
 •  BayFest tickets on sale
 •  You’re invited to Ocean Network’s birthday party
 •  Join Jammin' Hawaiians in Waikiki for irie time today
 •  Not all welcome stunt casting on 'Mother'
 •  A new U.S. citizen, and late-night champ, too
 •  Special visit for N.Y. church
 •  And now, Christ encounters of the third kind
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Our city of refuge has eternal life, forgiveness
 •  Touch of Taize tonight in Kailua
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Families now bond by text message

 •  Lingle 'inclined' to veto union bill, official says
 •  Hotel cancels luxury condo plan
 •  Sandy Beach new home of Wahoo's lunch wagon
 •  West Coast states promise help for salmon fishermen
 •  Choose direct deposit on tax form to get stimulus check sooner
 •  Airline blames bankruptcy on credit-card company
 •  Group of Seven endorses crisis-prevention plan
 •  Don't call them 'tightwads' or 'cheap' — they're 'frugal'
 •  Drugmakers' 'transcript' of Vytorin meeting challenged
 •  Architects Hawaii staffers accredited in eco-design
 •  Merger talks prompt pilot meetings
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  UPW agrees to worker drug-testing
 •  Fannie Mae eases on home sales

 •  Share your aloha with Kardiac Kids in need
 •  The miracle of human birth, outsourced
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Not all welcome stunt casting on 'Mother'
 •  A new U.S. citizen, and late-night champ, too
 •  TGI Saturday