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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 29, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Schofield man suspect in Haleiwa break-in
 •  Honolulu man facing federal bank robbery charges
 •  Honolulu police officer arrested for DUI
 •  Honolulu ME confirms Ewa murder-suicide
 •  Wahiawa brushfire under control
 •  2 Maui men charged with tax-filing violations
 •  Indicted Kaneohe slaying suspect still at large
 •  Hawaii man sentenced to prison for filing false returns
 •  Legislature passes journalist shield law
 •  Blessed Damien heads closer to sainthood
 •  Minor traffic collision on H-1 at Waikele offramp
 •  Box jellyfish count climbs to 800 in Waikiki, tops 100 in Makaha
 •  Lahaina man dies during swim accident
 •  Menor makes first public statements since DUI arrest
 •  Finalists interviewing for UH dean position
 •  Waikiki bar-fight beating subject of trial
 •  Missing Wahiawa woman found
 •  State appeals ceded-lands ruling
 •  Power restored in Pearl City/Aiea area
 •  Walk @ Lunch tomorrow downtown
 •  U.S. patrol ambushed in Iraq
 •  Isolated showers, trade winds in today's forecast
 •  Autopsy reveals great white killed triathlete
 •  Marines launch offensive in Afghanistan
 •  South shores under high surf advisory
 •  4 U.S. soldiers killed; government official assassinated
 •  22 arrested for DUI on Big Island
 •  UH research published in science magazine
 •  Kauai courthouse open to public on Friday
 •  Public hearing set for Kahului Harbor fishing
 •  Foreigners to be banned from kidney transplants in Philippines
 •  Saint Louis' win over Kamehameha settles state tournament berths
 •  NBA: Spurs oust Suns from playoffs, meet Hornets
 •  NBA: Billups, Hamilton, Wallace lead Piston by 76ers
 •  NBA: Paulís triple-double helps Hornets advance past Dallas
 •  Baseball: Yankees star A-Rod going on 15-day DL
 •  Baseball: Victorino comes off DL
 •  Children get ticket deals for UH baseball
 •  Chargers sign veteran to shore up O-line
 •  NBA: Celtics, Hawks escape discipline for Game 4 skirmish
 •  NFL: Bills to be paid $78 million to play in Toronto
 •  Basketball is Obama's outlet, platform
 •  UH men's hoop season ticket deposits start Wednesday
 •  NBA: Hornetsí Scott voted NBA coach of year
 •  Baseball: Smoltz goes on DL with shoulder problem
 •  NBA: Larry Brown to coach Jordan-led Bobcats
 •  Baseball: Royals release right-hander Hideo Nomo
 •  NFL: Panthers bulk up line by signing DT Ian Scott
 •  Preps: Maui beats Baldwin for MIL title
 •  NFL: Bucs pin hopes on CB Talib
 •  NFL: Seahawks Jackson, Carlson will get chance to start
 •  NFL: Chiefsí No. 1 picks Dorsey, Albert say hello
 •  Olympics: Vietnam tightens security for torchís last international run
 •  Preps: BIIF baseball standings
 •  Preps: Boys volleyball standings
 •  On the air today: NBA playoffs, baseball, NHL
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA, NHL playoffs, baseball
 •  Hawaii Medical Center sets layoffs in outsourcing work
 •  Hawaii takes two top-10 spots on TripAdvisor list
 •  Belt Collins repeats on top 500 design firms list
 •  Convention Center executives spread aloha in Chicago
 •  Kalaeloa will open for Sugarland at Blaisdell
 •  Kumu Kahua receives $50,000 Annenberg grant
 •  Volunteers selling KIDS DAY newspaper May 7
 •  Send in the clowns: Workshop begins tomorrow
 •  Final lap nears for 'Robot Tea Party' art event
 •  Big Island garden plans tree giveaway
 •  Holy Ghost festival to be held in Kula
 •  Jellyfish invasion to peak today

Local News
 •  Ag measure could jeopardize solar bill
 •  City worker admits bribery
 •  Menor backed car device as DUI deterrent
ALOHA AIRLINES CARGO
 •  Hawaii loses 85% of air cargo capability
 •  Hawaii bakery ships interisland via L.A. Video
 •  Hawaii air cargo closure dashes hopes
 •  It's unclear how cargo void will be filled
 •  Neighbor Isle firms worried about impact
 •  History of Aloha Airlines
 •  Aloha Airlines Q and A
LEGISLATURE
 •  Senators oppose Lagareta
 •  Charities must register with state if bill passes
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Marines finishing investigation of puppy-toss video
EDUCATION
 •  72-year-old Farrington High all set for extreme makeover
POLICE
 •  Maui police issue 65 tickets in 4-hour push
BIG ISLAND
 •  Rape suspect denies any memories of incident
MAUI
 •  Maui police issue 65 tickets in 4-hour push
OTHER NEWS
 •  Hawaii loses 85% of air cargo capability
 •  Shoppers more frugal with tax rebates
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Several retailers report run on rice
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  $1M released to upgrade Kalaupapa Harbor pier
 •  2 abducted kids back in custody
 •  'Plantation Days' event celebrates many cultures
 •  'Sunset in Kalihi' starts Saturday, ends Sunday
 •  Hundreds of volunteers participate in cleanup
 •  Trust donates $15,000 to hospital to aid elderly
 •  Public testimony sought on proposed reserve area
 •  Police seek woman, 78, reported missing Sunday
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Wear both contact lenses: 'It's da law'

Sports
 •  Make or break time for UH
 •  Brennan pays big price for loyalty
 •  Castillo, Kop take their spots in Hawaii Golf Hall of Fame
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Pearl City rallies, then holds off Kailua to capture crown Photo gallery
 •  Westmoreland courting success
 •  Merkle, Watabu capture crowns
 •  McKinley's Tavares captures boys title
 •  Kamehameha wraps up ILH title with win
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  This Week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Baseball
 •  Softball
 •  Upcoming State Tournaments
 •  Boys volleyball
FOOTBALL
 •  Carvalho inks deal with Packers
BASKETBALL
 •  Lakers sweep away Nuggets
BASEBALL
 •  Yankees top Indians
OTHER SPORTS
 •  UH-Hilo honored as conference's top program
ISLE FILE
 •  Six Hawaii tennis players advance
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Domingo's feats a true inspiration

Island Life
 •  Modernizing 'What to Expect'
 •  Relationships are a path to success
 •  'Grand Theft Auto IV' surpasses its hype
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Book helps you plan the big day like a pro
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
MOMS
 •  Bicycling tops sports with most childhood injuries, study shows
WAYNE HARADA
 •  'Lost' boys make Roy's their 2nd home

Business
 •  Hawaii visitor arrivals dip 1% in March
 •  Health insurance premiums up 15%, study says
 •  Honolulu foreclosures rise, but are second-lowest in U.S.
AGRICULTURE
 •  Feb. papaya production down 6%
WORKPLACE
 •  Rocking the 'stache until the job's done
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  United may be setting sights on merger with US Airways
 •  On American, that 2nd bag's going to cost you
 •  Millionaires see weak economy, hope for '09
 •  Mars agrees to buy Wrigley in a deal worth $23 billion
 •  Kerkorian buys 4.7 percent stake in Ford
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  GM laying off 3,550 workers
 •  Effects of writers strike still being felt
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Pickets target Pacific Beach Hotel
 •  Bank of America to expand help for borrowers
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Sharper focus needed in spending on grants
 •  Limits on campaign signs a beautiful thing
COMMENTARY
 •  Carter misses target in talks with Hamas
 •  Time to bridge community division on GMO
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday