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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 24, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Hilo boy places third in national Catholic contest
 •  Kïhei Charter School gets $10,000 award from AARP
 •  Mother's Day celebration planned in Waianae
 •  ‘Gift of Love’ scholarship concert set for May 5
 •  Waialua students to display art work
 •  Hilo man charged with attempted murder
 •  Campus crisis experts to speak at UH-Manoa
 •  No traffic problems heading into rush hour
 •  Truck driver cited after equipment hits H-1 overpass
 •  Lahaina Restoration gets new director
 •  Bicyclists to hold mass ride tomorrow from Capitol
 •  Aloha cargo pilots vote to authorize strike
 •  Maui coastal reserve plan worries church
 •  HTY awarded $25,000 NEA grant to do The Bard
 •  U.S. Senate approves more benefits for World War II Filipino veterans
 •  Brushfire burning in remote mountain area on Maui
 •  Surf of 3 to 6 feet expected on north-facing shores today
 •  Weather: Light winds and lots of haze expected today
 •  Coast Guard rescues boater southeast of Kahoolawe
 •  $4.5 million released for neighbor island airports
 •  Car fire reported on Paakea Road in Maili
 •  Motorcyclist killed in Maui traffic collision
 •  Kauai drowning victim was United flight attendant
 •  Big Island Council passes smoke free beach, park bill
 •  $300,000 released for Kalihi Valley Homes improvements
 •  Streets reopened near Waikiki fire station
 •  Sailboat aground on Kauai
 •  3 Kawailoa homes evacuated due to propane leak
 •  McLachlin's 68 one off leaders; Wilson has ace, shoots 71
 •  Video: Ha‘a vs. Haka
 •  NFL: Broncos, Jets make trade
 •  UH tops UCSB at MPSF water polo tourney
 •  Rams debating 3 players with No. 2 pick
 •  Wrestling: Roosevelt alum Chun loses in semis
 •  Baseball: Selig hints at no punishment for brass in Mitchell Report
 •  NBA: Brown resigns as 76ers' executive VP
 •  NFL: Long relaxed, other picks antsy for draft
 •  Baldwin grad Maiava leaving Colorado
 •  Baseball: Fuentes to close for Rockies
 •  NFL: Linebacker U schools ready to send new crop to league
 •  NFL: Goodell says he'll view Walsh material with open mind
 •  CBKB: Alabama St. player collapses, dies
 •  Baseball: Red Sox's curse jersey sells for $175,100
 •  Baseball: A's bring Thomas back
 •  Olympics: Runners carry torch in Australia unimpeded
 •  UH students to get free bus service to Warrior Bowl
 •  Warrior Bowl will highlight Saturday's Football festival
 •  NFL: New Viking Allen brings excitement, title talk
 •  NFL: LSU’s Dorsey best bet for Rams’ first pick
 •  NFL: What will Dolphins do at No. 32
 •  NFL: Packers talking with Daunte Culpepper
 •  Cycling: Anti-doping efforts called a hoax
 •  Tennis: Federer advances to quarterfinals
 •  Golf: Australian leads after round one of Asian Open
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, prep baseball, golf
 •  Sea Life Park sold to Spanish firm for undisclosed price
 •  Hawaii personal income gain outpaces U.S. average
 •  Judge OKs $2.1M sale of Aloha Airlines' contract services unit
 •  Hawaii lags in entreprenurial activity, study shows
 •  Alexander & Baldwin raises quarterly dividend
 •  Four Seasons Hualalai gets new food & beverage director
 •  Mäkaha Sons’ ‘Walk’ will be at The Waterfront
 •  Book signing moved to May 10
 •  Wounded Marines to help clear equine trail
 •  Baby Loves Disco shakes its booty May 3
 •  HOT’s summer ‘Night Music’ opens Aug. 1
 •  Israeli officials to meet with Orthodox Jewish group

Local News
 •  Hawaii kids bicker over soccer shirt
 •  Kamehameha wants $2 million returned
 •  Kilauea's bad air shuts Volcanoes Park again
 •  Defendant says he shot Iraqi on reflex
 •  'Iolani newspaper judged best in state Photo gallery Video
 •  Lawmakers seek to lure doctors to underserved areas
 •  Lingle restricted from spending $22M in federal welfare money
 •  Property tax rates likely won't rise
 •  Pahoa Elementary helps sow a sense of community
 •  Pivotal U.S. schools report marks 25 years
 •  UH senior wins research award
 •  Youth boot camps under fire
 •  Council divided again on rail vote Photo gallery Video
 •  In Waipahu, reactions mixed over plans for 2 transit-related projects
 •  Highway resurfacing under way in Makaha
 •  go! pilots on errant flight fired, face FAA action
 •  Volunteer cleanup crews needed for Saturday duty
 •  Rep. Har will talk story on legislation Saturday
 •  Learn about marketing your business online
 •  Help clean up Ala Wai to raise pollution awareness
 •  Get your old documents shredded free at event
 •  Fundraiser lu'au May 2 features hula, capoeira
 •  Farrington High School will discuss renovation
 •  Sam's Club limiting rice sales
 •  Aloha pilots sanction walkout
 •  Community calendar
 •  Police seek clues to man in coma
 •  Meal-break rules up to employer
 •  Obituaries

 •  Hisatake gets grip at tackle Photo gallery Video
 •  New look, rave review
 •  UH softball sweeps Santa Clara
 •  UH teams optimistic about WAC
 •  UH women take third in WAC golf
 •  A first and a repeat at ILH tourney
 •  Kaiser defeats Kapolei in opener
 •  Mililani topples Kapolei in softball
 •  Coaches needed
 •  Games on the TV
 •  Schedule
 •  Women's Isle Open qualifier on May 9
 •  Kono, Jang make bold statements at Mid-Pac
 •  First time leading PGA event brief, but exciting
 •  Free lessons on Kauai
 •  Holes in one
 •  PGA tour players from Hawaii
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Leonard happy with staying put

Island Life
 •  Good for the body, Good for the brain
 •  Book signing
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Kids better off than in 1994, study says
 •  Treat ADHD with diet of whole foods
 •  Kimura, Sensui bring back fishing show

 •  Travel insurance tips
 •  Auction extended for Aloha unit
 •  Delta, Northwest report huge losses
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  City sells $112.4M in bonds
 •  Apple profit rises 36%, but forecast sends stock down
 •  Honolulu man honored in D.C.
 •  Travel insurance tips

 •  State oversight of charities long overdue
 •  Fulfill old U.S. pledge to Filipino war allies
 •  Food scarcity requires new environmentalism
 •  The religion card has no place in civic life
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday