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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 12, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Four Hawaii soldiers killed in Iraq
 •  Robbery suspect escapes from Wahiawa police station
 •  Kaneohe girl, 7, reports attempted kidnapping
 •  Coast Guard transports injured seaman to Oahu
 •  250 exposed to measles on flight to Honolulu
 •  Man, 19, critically injured in Waikiki moped crash
 •  Amoral named Moloka‘i parks supervisor
 •  Hundreds celebrate coronation anniversary
 •  Newt Gingrich set for Maui book signing
 •  Catch Hot Seat excerpts in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Waipahu Neighborhood Board has 2 new members
 •  Waimano Ridge Task Force meets tomorrow
 •  Maui Community College holds presidential forum
 •  U.S. House passes bill authorizing Kalaupapa memorial
 •  Kalihi board seeks volunteers to fill 3 vacancies
 •  Kamehameha, Kamuela students recognized nationally
 •  Downed power pole closes Waipahu Street
 •  High-surf advisory for north, west shores
 •  Russia says flyover of carrier in Pacific part of routine
 •  UH-Hilo students push for more locally produced food
 •  Parasail chute recovered off Big Island
 •  High seas cancel today's Hawaii Superferry voyages
 •  Spring 2008 John Young scholars at UH announced
 •  Study: Guard, Reserve troops commit most suicides
 •  Ewa Elementary honoring Abraham Lincoln
 •  Big Island gym to close during 2-month repair work
 •  Moderate trade winds hanging around
 •  Pettitte tells Congress Clemens revealed HGH use
 •  Uno first beagle to be named Westminster's best
 •  More than 2,200 new football season tickets requested
 •  June Jones adds 5 assistants to SMU staff
 •  LPGA's SBS Open at Turtle Bay at a glance
 •  Autos: NASCAR puts Busch, Stewart on probation
 •  Baseball: Canseco never saw Clemens use, possess steroids
 •  Baseball: Livan Hernandez, Twins agree to 1-year deal
 •  Baseball: Clemens suit against McNamee to federal court
 •  Baseball: Clemens hearing won't settle much
 •  CBKB: A.J. Ratliff will not finish season with Indiana
 •  CFB: 3 Indiana players arrested over weekend
 •  Golf: Sorenstam focused on SBS Open, ’08 season
 •  Gymnastics: Wilson earns spot on U.S. men's team
 •  Horses: Jockey settles libel lawsuit against Miami paper
 •  Horses: $16M racing failure put out to stud
 •  NFL: Vikings DE Udeze has form of leukemia
 •  NHL: Richard Zednik's condition upgraded to good
 •  NFL: Giants punter Jeff Feagles, signs 2-year contract
 •  NFL: Patriots sign veteran linebacker T.J. Slaughter
 •  Olympics: Vancouver Games seeks volunteers for 2010
 •  Olympics: USOC plans no added free-speech measures
 •  Preps: Konawaena beats KS-Hawaii for BIIF boys title
 •  Preps: Kapaa faces Waimea for state tourney berth
 •  Running: Boston Marathon boss injured in fall
 •  Soccer: Japan team arrives today for Pan-Pacific event
 •  Soccer: Pan-Pacific ticket discounts for military
 •  Soccer: State champs to be honored at Pan-Pacific
 •  Soccer: Pan-Pacific tickets on sale
 •  Tennis: 3 thrown out for betting online from stands
 •  Wrestling: Sheriff closes Benoit murder-suicide probe
 •  On the air today: College and ILH basketball, hockey
 •  On the air tomorrow: College, HPU, OIA basketball
 •  Barnwell reports profits almost tripled
 •  Vote on Maui housing development stalls
 •  Dow closes up 130 points after aid offer to bond insurers
 •  Wynn, lobbyists sue to stop tip-pooling initiative
 •  Writers casting ballots on whether to end strike
 •  ‘Project Lifeline’ puts foreclosures on hold
 •  GM posts record $38B loss, offers buyouts to 74,000
 •  Honolulu Clarinet Quartet at Atherton studio Feb. 23
 •  Oscar-nominated shorts screen Friday at Doris Duke Theatre
 •  Tix on sale Saturday for Sean Kingston on Maui
 •  Maui Writers Conference has new name, new home
 •  Diamond Head Theatre to stage ‘Flower Drum Song’
 •  UH symposium focuses on Palestine
 •  Bolo to perform at Big Island's Ulua Theatre
 •  Church launches online weekly talk sessions
 •  Shambala Buddhism plans free talk
 •  Bikram Yoga studio holds fundraiser for Great Aloha Run
 •  Celtic dancers at State Library in March
 •  Four leaders bound for Hawaii Business Hall of Fame
 •  Ignacio named HELCO president effective March 10

Local News
 •  King Kalakaua's gems on show at palace today Photo gallery Video
 •  Second cruise ship leaving; so will jobs
 •  Pride of Aloha's new home will be in Asia
 •  Task force reveals goals for the future Video
 •  Small businesses dealt another blow
 •  As park cleanup begins, most homeless have left Photo gallery Video
 •  Court hears sonar dispute
 •  Four plead guilty in 2004 Pali shooting
 •  Talks set on OHA settlement
 •  Waipahu 'bypass' road to ease traffic
 •  Rock quarry meeting canceled by commission
 •  Public invited to opening of new Town Center
 •  Noted coastal geologist to discuss sea-level rise
 •  Meeting to discuss what to do with airport park
 •  Airport maintenance to divert flights over city
 •  Two workshops slated on college admissions, aid
 •  $66.9 million freed up for new 'Ewa middle school
 •  Cable installations will affect traffic on highways
 •  Baby held in locked room at airport dies
 •  5-year sentence for copper thief
 •  Family mourns 'jack of all trades'
 •  Obituaries
 •  Memory lane bowls them over

 •  UH Circle of Honor
 •  Aiming for another crown
 •  Viloria will face Mexican opponent
 •  'Bows looking to finish season strong
 •  UH hoping to form search committee for new AD soon
 •  UH gets proposal from KKEA-AM
 •  Swain kept Warriors on track
 •  Oahu squads win national cheer titles
 •  Kahuku's late surge knocks off Kailua
 •  This week's events
 •  Girls basketball
 •  Boys basketball
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  Kemp's 35 lift Nevada over Utah State, 85-80
 •  Kimitete's heady play key for Hilo women
 •  Two pros dominate SBS Open qualifier
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Wagner's tribute is overdue

Island Life
 •  Augie T back on the drive-time mike Audio
 •  Boz Scaggs plans Royal Hawaiian show
 •  Parents can step in if teacher slacks on homework checks
 •  Love needn't cost a thing
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Young kids are liking this presidential race Video
 •  States push for controls cyberbullying
 •  Hear Ho on 'Sarah Marshall' soundtrac

 •  Maui home sales plunge to 10-year low
 •  Healthcare presents challenge, opportunity Audio
 •  ERS fund off for quarter, up $906 million for year
 •  Lenders to reach out in loan delinquencies
 •  Yahoo said to be wooing AOL
 •  BlackBerry users disrupted again
 •  More bad news for technology industry
 •  Societe Generale seeks to raise nearly $8 billion
 •  Starbucks serving up some free Wi-Fi
 •  Blu-ray format gets huge endorsements
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Bank of America, Chevron to join Dow Jones index
 •  Mesa Air expects to report loss
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Hawaii needs balance of foreign, U.S. cruises
 •  For Mo'ili'ili's future, save best of present
 •  Hawaii can learn from Ireland's example
 •  Bush's imperial presidency strikes back
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  132nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
 •  Republican Presidential Candidates
 •  Democratic Presidential Campaign
 •  Most homeless campers leave before beach cleanup begins
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Royal Jewelry
 •  Fashion in Spain