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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 28, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Aloha Airlines shuts down cargo operations
 •  Aloha Cargo customers left scrambling
 •  Superferry said it will do what it can to help interisland deliveries
 •  Aloha notifies court of liquidation plan
 •  Maui flower grower will be hurt by Aloha cargo shutdown
 •  Company's demise hurts Big Island farmers, flower growers
 •  Lingle issues statement on Aloha cargo shutdown
 •  Major events in Aloha Airlines' history
 •  Air Force has 8 cargo jets at Hickam
 •  House Speaker Say: Shutdown is sign of suffering economy
 •  Maui Mayor Tavares releases statement on cargo unit
 •  Maui police cite 65 speeders in 4 hours
 •  Maui harbor fishing hearing set
 •  Laumaka escapee arrested in Downtown
 •  Salt Lake house fire intentionally set
 •  Village Park man charged with 1996 sex offense
 •  Honolulu man a suspect in 3 bank robberies
 •  Prelim set for Kaneohe slaying conspirator
 •  Senators vote against Lagareta for UH regents
 •  2 abducted Kailua foster children returned
 •  Police seek missing Wahiawa woman, 78
 •  Dozens of speeders cited on Maui roads, plus one slowpoke
 •  No serious afternoon traffic problems
 •  A worthwhile wait for a Waiehu home
 •  Old Wailuku post office cleared but lease runs through 2026
 •  Honolulu's international travelers to receive a better welcome
 •  Man holds daughter captive for 24 years, fathers 7 children
 •  Comedy is king at box office
 •  Former city worker pleads guilty to bribery
 •  Jellyfish influx expected to peak tomorrow
 •  American Airlines to charge $25 for second bag
 •  Man given 4 weeks to choose between 2 wives
 •  Moped accident slows traffic on Nimitz
 •  Stocks mostly unchanged to start week's trading
 •  Gusting winds, sunny skies in today's forecast
 •  Another day, another record high for oil prices
 •  Today’s paper may be late to your doorstep
 •  China passenger train collision kills at least 70
 •  Surf rising along south shores
 •  5 months later, USS Kitty Hawk ports in Hong Kong
 •  Construction forces detours for TheBus
 •  Mayor hosts North Shore meeting today
 •  Philippines helps poor with cheap rice
 •  Eastbound Pali on-ramp, Punchbowl exit closed
 •  Kamehameha lanes closed from Mililani to Wheeler
 •  Potholes repair crews on Kamehameha Highway
 •  Likelike Highway lane closures in upper Kalihi
 •  Pilani Highway roadwork in Maalaea continues
 •  Lane closures on Lanai highway
 •  Pearl City defends OIA baseball title
 •  Waipahu wins OIA White baseball title
 •  NBA: Kobe leads Lakers to sweep of Nuggets
 •  NBA: Johnson scores 35, Hawks surprise Celtics again
 •  NFL: Raiders release RB Dominic Rhodes
 •  NBA: Pierce, Stevenson fined for actions in playoff games
 •  NBA: Magic beat Raptors, head to second round of playoffs
 •  Pat Riley resigns as Heat coach
 •  Ex-Kamehameha star Brennen Carvalho signs with Packers
 •  NBA: Kidd not suspended for Game 5
 •  NBA: Magic's Turkoglu is NBA’s most improved player
 •  NFL: Dolphins may keep Jason Taylor after all
 •  CFB: UCLA QB Cowan to have knee surgery, miss season
 •  Olympics: Free of protest, torch relay begins North Korea leg
 •  Baseball: Smoltz to have shoulder examined
 •  Baseball: Giants send struggling Zito to bullpen
 •  Baseball: Look at bright side, Giants have 6 years to fix Zito
 •  Horses: Zito thinking positive with 2 Kentucky Derby starters
 •  Preps: BIIF baseball standings
 •  Preps: ILH softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: OIA softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: Boys volleyball standings
 •  Preps: MIL softball standings
 •  Preps: State tournament berths for spring sports
 •  On the air today: OIA baseball championship, Lakers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, NBA, NHL
 •  Shirokiya vendor pleads guilty
 •  March tourist count down in Hawaii
 •  Picket planned this week at Pacific Beach Hotel
 •  Hawaii gas prices now fourth-highest in U.S.
 •  JCB sets up captive insurance company in Hawaii
 •  BlueWave new name for Hoike Technology
 •  Unity Church hosts Virginia Ellen workshop
 •  Jewish scholar featured at interfaith group
 •  Men's chorus plans May 18 concert
 •  Mother's Day concert to feature Bach's works

Local News
 •  Council eyes fund for vacant city jobs
 •  Hawaii lawmakers push keiki education Photo gallery
 •  Concerns raised on Waikiki Segways
 •  Hilton spends $9M to fix road
 •  Kenyan author will speak at UH
 •  Afghans hurt by U.S. neglect, Clinton says
 •  Poll: McCain has good chance against Dems
 •  The charms of a soldier
 •  Atheist soldier's lawsuit cites harassment in Army
 •  Woman allegedly set up robbery
 •  Study: More babies born to diabetic mothers
 •  Kihei Charter School gets AARP award, $10,000 gift
 •  Mililani Mauka attracts business
 •  Nightly H-1 eastbound lane closures scheduled
 •  UH, NOAA, teaming up for new series of lectures
 •  Mayor Hannemann will meet with public today
 •  A&B Foundation grant supports Camp Imua
 •  More Fort Weaver Road lane closures this week
 •  Volunteer tour guides needed at the Aquarium
 •  Chances of Honolulu race track dwindle
 •  State senator arrested on DUI
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Naomi Correa, 80, Democratic stalwart
 •  Obituaries
 •  Navy destroyer Web log stirs up interest, scrutiny

 •  Redskins select Colt in Round 6
 •  Four former Warriors receive free-agent deals
 •  Dolphins, Chiefs get top marks for draft
 •  Bullpen's collapse seals UH's fate, 10-9
 •  Scott wins Byron Nelson crown on third playoff hole
 •  Tresnak, Bartlett paddle to record wins
 •  Suns hammer Spurs, 105-86 Photo gallery
 •  Webb wins ace battle
 •  UH men win WAC tennis title
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  It's just the pick-me-up he needed

Island Life
 •  Give peace a chance
 •  Indy's big return has marketers, fans stoked
 •  In trendy L.A., used-baby-gear sales taking off
 •  'Deception'
 •  Smokers, you people are gross!
 •  An edgier, darker 'Murder Club' returns
 •  For the kitchen, buy simple and in bulk
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Study: More babies born to diabetic mothers
 •  Glass bottles once again favored by parents, retailers
 •  In trendy L.A., used-baby-gear sales taking off

 •  Hawaii set to woo S. Korean visitors
 •  Tour markets meetings in Isles
 •  Consumers turn to smaller cars over SUVs
 •  Privacy varies for social-networking sites
 •  Passing on tricks of the infomercial trade
 •  Used SUVs turning into lousy trade-ins
 •  Chavez demands Venezuela steel maker take deal
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  'Clean energy' needs a clean permit process
 •  Saving the monk seal requires broad effort
 •  Early financial lessons can pay big dividends
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Give peace a chance
 •  'Deception'
 •  An edgier, darker 'Murder Club' returns
 •  TGI Monday