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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 22, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Clinton defeats Obama in Pennsylvania primary
 •  With Pennsylvania win, Clinton survives for yet another day
 •  Clinton picks up delegates in Pennsylvania primary
 •  Pa. exit polls: Whites, blue-collar voters stick with Clinton
 •  Bitter day for Obama in Pennsylvania
 •  Party switchers lean toward Obama, exit polls show
 •  Fugitive arrested in Waianae
 •  Kailua graffiti suspect is boy, 12
 •  Honolulu ATM thieves strike again
 •  Kaimuki coffee shop to fete ‘Honolulu Stories’
 •  Kailua town party to feature hula stage
 •  Library offers tour of noted Aiea watercress farm
 •  Arthritis Walk steps off Saturday in Kapolei
 •  Tree-planting tomorrow at Nanakuli Elementary
 •  Nanaikapono audio equipment to get test
 •  Final phase of rockfall work under way on Maui
 •  No foul play suspected in Big Island death
 •  No injuries in Honolulu emergency plane landing
 •  No serious problems on Honolulu roadways
 •  Pontanilla: No increase for garbage or golf fees on Maui
 •  Bill giving pensions to Filipino vets wins key Senate vote
 •  Marine monument management plan released
 •  Snickers the sea dog finally home in Las Vegas
 •  TheBoat sailings back on schedule
 •  Applications to be accepted for catfishing at Nuuanu
 •  Dental office evacuated on Big Island
 •  Obama explains comments about McCain
 •  New fuel rules will call for 31.6 mpg average
 •  Nixon's daughter donates to Obama's campaign
 •  Trade winds expected to return by weekend
 •  Suicide car bomber kills 2 Marines in Iraq
 •  Fed auctions another $50 billion to banks
 •  Anti-terrorism exercise at military bases
 •  Oil sets new record above $118 a barrel on supply concerns
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  26 more arrested for DUI on Big Island
 •  Help sought finding 3 missing on Big Island
 •  Kidney disease help sought
 •  ‘Smoke testing’ of sewer lines starts today
 •  Applications to be accepted for catfishing at Nuuanu
 •  NBA: Spurs sink Suns, 102-96
 •  NFL: Source says Chiefs trade DE Allen to Vikings
 •  UH students to get free bus service to Warrior Bowl
 •  Brian Derby resigns as Damien football coach
 •  UNLV women's hoops hires former UCLA coach
 •  UH officially signs 6-7 forward
 •  Rainbow Wahine, Hou remain in first at WAC golf
 •  Dolphins sign OT Jake Long
 •  NFL: Seahawks cut RB Shaun Alexander
 •  NFL: Bengal coach says Johnson should keep word and sit out
 •  Former Olympic skater given date rape drug
 •  NBA: Celtics’ Garnett wins defensive player award
 •  NBA: Paul picks apart Mavs with 32 points, 17 assists
 •  NFL: Redskins pursuing Bengals’ Chad Johnson
 •  NBA: No suspension for hard foul on LeBron
 •  NFL: Saints confirm they have explored trading up
 •  NFL: Panthers DE Mike Rucker to announce retirement
 •  Protests begin in Indonesia ahead of Olympic torch run
 •  CFB: Arizona St. QB Carpenter to have surgery on thumb
 •  Baseball: Smoltz 16th pitcher to reach 3,000 K's
 •  Preps: Maui beats Baldwin for MIL baseball title
 •  NFL: Cowboys mum on latest Pacman development
 •  Adidas signs Candace Parker
 •  CBKB: Mississippi St. point guard declares for NBA draft
 •  Olympics: China alters coverage of flame’s Everest ascent
 •  MLB: Victorino to begin rehab assignment
 •  NFL Draft: Cardinals target cornerback, running back
 •  NFL: Dolphins should draft QB Ryan with No. 1 pick
 •  NFL: Thompson says Packers could draft QB
 •  NFL: Dolphins appear headed for safe pick Jake Long
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA playoffs, baseball, OIA softball
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, baseball, hockey
 •  California-based KDI Elements opens Honolulu store
 •  Credit union doubles its collection for food drive
 •  Aloha Airlines pilots ask judge to bar sale of cargo unit
 •  KCC, Post Office offer class on selling via eBay
 •  Stocks decline in early trading
 •  Lei Day will be all-day celebration at bandstand
 •  Army’s ‘Birdie’ ready to fly May 8
 •  Teddy bear fair Saturday to prevent child abuse
 •  Symphony ball fundraiser, 'Ports of Call,' set for May 17
 •  Music scholarship concert slated for May 5
 •  EarthDay film fest to be Friday in Chinatown
 •  Appplications to be accepted for catfishing at Nuuanu

Local News
 •  Hawaii feels sting of higher airfares
 •  $2.2M offer for Hawaii airline unit
 •  Hawaii neighborhood braces for big dig
 •  Campaign kicks off to stop rail transit Video
 •  State gets up to $7 million for research
 •  Vote expected today on Filipino war vets
 •  Kahuku flooding addressed
 •  Senate drops Turtle Bay motion
 •  Schofield sergeant pleads not guilty in killing of Iraqi man
 •  Police investigate death of man found in ocean
 •  Olomana Community Clean-up now underway
 •  New senior community schedules open houses
 •  City 'smoke testing' of sewer lines starts today
 •  Author Rich Budnick speaks on history of Isles
 •  'Ewa residents balk at moving bus stop
 •  $25,000 grant to support AmeriCorps program
 •  Diabetes program in national spotlight
 •  Pedestrian accident survivor backs bill
 •  Community calendar
 •  Man critically injured in crash
 •  Obituaries
 •  Omiyage no longer exotic treat

 •  JC forward to sign with UH
 •  AhSoon isn't about having fun in sun Photo gallery Video
 •  'Daly' special is choice of WAC
 •  Keao taking Waialua to new level
 •  Okino, Ching take ILH titles Photo gallery
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Baseball
 •  Softball
 •  Boys volleyball
 •  Cheruiyot conquers hill to win fourth Boston Marathon Photo gallery
 •  HPU's winning ways may not be rewarded
 •  UH women lead WAC golf by 8 shots after first round
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  At last, Salas' time has come

Island Life
 •  Cultural vanguards
 •  Who's Isles' most romantic?
 •  Rock fests are bigger than ever
 •  Much ado about Willie's birthday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Who's Isles' most romantic?
 •  Pregnant pause: Motherhood can come at an inconvenient career moment
 •  Eco-books for kids on Earth Day
 •  Luceel really wen' leave DeLima now

 •  Bank of Hawaii profits up 20.9%
 •  Helping build Isles' trade with China Audio
 •  Steve & Barry's debuts here
 •  China's Huawei Technologies ramps up U.S. ventures
 •  1st quarter profit at Bank of America down 77%
 •  Isle insurer declares $5M dividend
 •  Norwegian maker of electric cars plans U.S. sales by late next year
 •  Samsung chairman resigns after indictment on tax charges
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Skyrocketing oil prices push gas to $3.50 a gallon
 •  Businessman Barron Guss honored
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  An Earth Day lesson: stewardship of planet
 •  City Council seeking transit transparency
 •  Congress may get it right in housing crisis
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday