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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 21, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Man arrested in Waianae shotgun threat
 •  Ewa Beach couple arrested in marijuana bust
 •  Waianae burglary suspect charged
 •  2 bodies found on Big Island
 •  Ishikawa leaving state DOT post
 •  Funding will enhance sex offender tracking in Hawaii
 •  Liliha bank robbed; no injuries
 •  Overturned SUV may slow Red Hill traffic
 •  Smithsonian team's study ties ohia to islands' formation
 •  4.0 aftershock rattles Midwest
 •  Stocks mixed after Bank of America profit falls short
 •  Pentagon chief says Air Force should do more
 •  Senate to vote on benefits for former Filipinos soldiers
 •  Murder trial for soldier to start Wednesday
 •  Kaumalapau Highway lane closures on Lanai
 •  TheBoat cancels 9 a.m. sailing; no decision on afternoon trips
 •  Two injured in single-car rollover near Red Hill
 •  Fourth truck stolen from construction company
 •  H-1 Freeway, Paiwa interchange resurfacing continues
 •  Mostly sunny skies, but windward showers expected
 •  Students return after Columbine-inspired attack foiled
 •  Surf continues to drop around Hawaiian Islands
 •  Pali lanes closed for pothole repairs
 •  Traffic to be contraflowed on Ala Moana
 •  Kauai roadwork expected to delay traffic
 •  ’Forbidden Kingdom’ fights to top of box office
 •  Poll: Economy top worry, but barely affecting votes
 •  Attacks on tanker, pipelines lead to record oil prices
 •  Chinese heckle Olympic torch run protesters in Malaysia
 •  UH tennis player honored by WAC
 •  UH women's golf leads WAC tourney
 •  NBA: Lakers not counting on Bynum any time soon
 •  NBA: James scores 30 as Cavs whip Wizards
 •  Cyd Okino, Alex Ching win ILH golf titles
 •  Preps: Baldwin's Helle headed for Occidental
 •  Warrior walk-ons get their chance: video
 •  Tune beats Honolulu champ to win Boston Marathon
 •  Hawaii marathoners shine in Boston
 •  UH's Hee to chat on Warrior Beat blog
 •  UH's Daly is WAC Pitcher of the Week
 •  Van Dyk, Tsuchida win Boston Marathon wheelchair races
 •  Document: ’Pacman’ paid ’extortion’ cash in Vegas shooting
 •  NFL: Falcons GM says he’s had offers for No. 3 pick
 •  NFL: Bengals LB Thurman reinstated
 •  NFL: Offensive lineman signs Steelers tender offer
 •  NFL: Colts RB Keith arrested outside Indy nightclub
 •  NBA: Spurs’ Ginobili wins sixth man award
 •  NFL: Seahawks DT Rocky Bernard arrested in Seattle
 •  Baseball: Giants’ Lowry has MRI after ’tingling’ in forearm
 •  NBA: Skiles to be Bucks’ next coach
 •  NFL: Colts re-sign veterans
 •  Olympics: Fowles, Leslie lead US women to rout of So. Korea
 •  Olympics: Kenyan marathoner Tergat to skip Beijing
 •  CBKB: Drake hires ASU assistant its men's coach
 •  NFL: Ryan rises to top of QB class, but who will get him?
 •  NFL: Ravens have many holes to fill in draft
 •  Japanese family, monk detained in Malaysia Olympic torch leg
 •  Preps: Neighbor Island baseball standings
 •  Preps: Boys volleyball standings
 •  Preps: OIA baseball final standings, scores
 •  Preps: Neighbor Island softball standings
 •  Preps: ILH softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: Spring state tournaments schedule
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA playoffs, baseball, hockey
 •  L.A. firm is top bidder for Aloha's aviation services unit
 •  Maui Brewing wins three medals at World Beer Cup
 •  Penhall completes acquisition of Concrete Coring Co,
 •  Steve & Barry's set to open Friday in Waikele
 •  Bank of Hawaii earnings up 21% in first quarter
 •  ALTRES CEO Guss honored by national business group
 •  HEMIC board declares $5M dividend for policyholders
 •  Lifehouse tickets still available tonight
 •  Makapuu Sand Band reuniting for benefit
 •  DHT seeks volunteers for ‘The Producers’
 •  Fabric and fun in store at Temari sale Saturday
 •  Diocese sets date for annual conference
 •  Israeli Day fest set for May 4
 •  Hiroshi’s doing Administrative Professional lunch
 •  Green House offers Saturday seminars
 •  Six films today in HIFF's Spring Showcase

Local News
 •  Honolulu expanding curbside recycling Photo gallery Video
 •  Empty office space a sign Hawaii's economy weakening
 •  Foes of Hawaii rail push for public vote
 •  Fund aids former Del Monte workers
 •  Milk prices could rise to cover higher costs
 •  Stakes high for Dems in primary
 •  Budget crunch hits C-17 training
 •  Akaka endorses new GI Bill
 •  Congress re-evaluates M4 carbine
 •  Marine base volunteers pitch in for the homeless
 •  Kapalama fatality, 5, identified
 •  New pictures provide detailed look at secretive shrimp
 •  Honolulu sewage spills fell 26% in first quarter
 •  Public comment sought in police reaccreditation
 •  H-1 nighttime closures continue through week
 •  Lane closures planned this week along Pu'uloa
 •  More lane closures from Fort Weaver widening
 •  Lane closures of Paiwa to continue this week
 •  Protecting native species focus of museum festival
 •  Volunteers sought for cleanup at Sandy Beach
 •  Restoring beauty of Kalihi Stream Photo gallery
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Firefighters rescue two men after night in Wai'anae range
 •  Baritone outstanding addition to concert
 •  Gas leak forces evacuation of 20 residents in Kalihi
 •  Santos was Hawaii's first Filipino doctor, 84
 •  Miyahira was 'Mr. Uchinanchu Aloha', 63
 •  Obituaries
 •  At Pearl Harbor, carriers old, new will rendezvous

 •  Tadd wins first tourney as a pro Photo gallery
 •  UH's Daly tops Nevada, 4-0 Photo gallery
 •  Sixers ground high-flying Pistons
 •  Woods helps in kayak win
 •  Ochoa logs fourth win in a row
 •  Weekley defends his Verizon title
 •  Atlanta sweeps L.A.
 •  Robinson hits record 39th homer in UH softball loss
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Child's play for Earth Day
 •  Saint Louis first high school to stage 'Rent' musical
 •  Watch Most Romantic Men on TV, then vote
 •  'The Forbidden Kingdom'
 •  Actress Kristen Bell a sweet 'spitfire'
 •  Getting naked for nothing
 •  'Gossip Girl' ratchets up raciness at season's end
 •  Save the planet ... while learning and having fun!
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Child's play for Earth Day
 •  Saint Louis first high school to stage 'Rent' musical
 •  Walking really is a powerful way to lose weight

 •  End is near for landmark jewelry store
 •  Rate cuts due for pause
 •  Investors skeptical over Delta-Northwest merger
 •  Spain kicking villas, apartments off its coastline
 •  Central Park ships off to open sea
 •  $500M Lake Tahoe resort plan reviewed
 •  102-year-old gift shop says goodbye to Grand Canyon
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  More economists predict recession

 •  Airport upgrades vital to our visitor industry
 •  Food crisis calls for immediate attention
 •  China a chief patron of the vilest of regimes
 •  Reverse snobbery on the campaign trail
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'The Forbidden Kingdom'
 •  Actress Kristen Bell a sweet 'spitfire'
 •  'Gossip Girl' ratchets up raciness at season's end
 •  TGI Monday