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Articles for February 14, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Hawaii-based ship to try first-ever satellite shoot-down
 •  Park shootings heighten tension at Radford High
 •  Philadelphia man dies at Kauai's Kipu Falls
 •  Fire causes $4,000 damage to Pearl Ridge townhouse
 •  Bicyclist robbed by gunman at Pearl Harbor Housing
 •  Chelsea Clinton's Hawaii itinerary announced
 •  Police investigating Big Island school fire as arson
 •  Maui roadside emergency call boxes being shut down
 •  Pedestrian injured in McCully remains critical
 •  Hawaii Superferry meeting schedule changes
 •  Theft from Arizona Memorial nets 18-month sentence
 •  Police seeking Wahiawa robbery suspect
 •  No problems heading into Oahu rush-hour traffic
 •  Pro Bowl-bound were on flight with baby with measles
 •  WWII internment of Japanese-Americans remembered
 •  Hawaii lawmakers vote for contempt
 •  High surf warning in effect from Niihau to Maui
 •  It's now 'Humpback Whale Awareness Month' in Hawaii
 •  Waves, warning signs up on North Shore, in Waianae
 •  High surf seen on Kauai’s North Shore to Polihale
 •  Wanted: Needy families that want to build a home
 •  Hawaii Youth Symphony to perform on Kauai
 •  ‘Listen story’ meeting with Gabbard set for Saturday
 •  Amnesty bins proposed at Hawaii harbor terminals
 •  Home rule over healthcare could improve in Hawaii
 •  North Shore surf big, but not for Eddie Aikau meet
 •  Kunia Road closed due to leaning utility pole
 •  Traffic crash reported fronting Kaneohe Elementary
 •  Navy crew released from hospital after Guam crash
 •  $6M released for Waimanalo irrigation upgrade
 •  Wednesday temperature on Maui ties record low
 •  Light trade winds to weaken into the weekend
 •  Car crash reported on Old Farrington Highway
 •  Brushfire reported on Mount Lahilahi in Makaha
 •  Fluid spill reported at Manoa, East Manoa roads
 •  Motorcycle crash reported on Kunia Road
 •  Pedestrian accident reported at King, McCully streets
 •  UH Fitness Center to charge fee for nonstudents
 •  Garage sale set to benefit St. Francis Hospice
 •  Kam Highway closes at 9 tonight through Kipapa Gulch
 •  Big Island traffic signal to be modified on Saturday
 •  Kauai Police Department upgrading Web site
 •  Kauai County offices closed on Presidents Day
 •  Hawaii-based ship to try first-ever satellite shoot-down
 •  Warriors upset UCLA in men's volleyball
 •  Kuehne takes first-round lead at SBS Open
 •  CBKB: Low scores 21 in Washington State win
 •  9 named to UH athletic director selection committee
 •  Free shuttle from Waikiki for next week's Fields Open
 •  NCAA denies additional season for Cincinnati QB
 •  Autos: Earnhardt wins first of two Daytona qualifiers
 •  Autos: Youth movement has NASCAR shifting gears
 •  Baseball: McNamee's lawyer predicts pardon for Clemens
 •  Baseball: Dodgers' Bennett says he regrets taking HGH
 •  Baseball: Yanks' training field renamed for Steinbrenner
 •  Baseball: Clemens was one doing misremembering
 •  Baseball: This Rocket crashes to earth in hearing
 •  Colleges: Florida State puts sports teams on probation
 •  Figure skating: Ex-world champs add another pairs title
 •  Golf: Choi ducks out of the swirling winds with lead
 •  Golf: Els changes his mind, will play in Arizona
 •  NBA: Bryant chooses rest over surgery for injured finger
 •  NBA: Kidd’s talent could be push Mavs need in West
 •  NBA: Mavericks aren’t Kidd-ing around
 •  NFL: Giants LB Pierce charged with neglecting pit bull
 •  NFL: Dolphins release linebacker Zach Thomas
 •  NFL: Colt injuries could linger into summer camp
 •  NFL: League to appeal order on Vick bonus money
 •  NFL: Pacman Jones settles last charge, gets probation
 •  NFL: Panthers ink S Harris to 4-year extension
 •  NFL: Josh Booty subdued by Taser
 •  NHL: Bruins' Ward out of hospital; playing status unclear
 •  NHL: Panthers' Zednik may be discharged by Saturday
 •  Preps: BIIF boys basketball tournament results
 •  Sign-ups: Elite Sports Academy clinics
 •  Sign-ups: Lacrosse for boys and girls
 •  Soccer: Ronaldo to undergo knee surgery in Paris
 •  Soccer: Pan-Pacific ticket discounts available for military
 •  Tennis: Henin advances in Diamond Games quarters
 •  Swamp Romp entry fee deadline approaching
 •  UH: Softball team hosts tournament, bingo games
 •  UH: 2-for-1 tickets offered for UCLA volleyball matches
 •  UH: Military gets 2-for-1 deal for Saturday hoop game
 •  On the air today: College, HPU, OIA basketball
 •  On the air tomorrow: OIA hoops, golf, UH volleyball
 •  Cyanotech's losses narrowed in final quarter of '07
 •  Hawaiian Airlines planes were 83.1% full in January
 •  Dow ends down 175 as ‘sluggish’ economy predicted
 •  Mesa to raise cash by selling spare airplane parts
 •  Hear some of top 20 love songs at Hawaii festival
 •  Justice Moon's video to make Feb. 22 debut
 •  Willows hosts fundraiser for cancer patient
 •  'The Divine Matrix' discussion set for Tuesday
 •  Bioethics conference in Waikiki takes on healthcare
 •  Unity Church to host enlightment workshop
 •  REIT with Hawaii portfolio reports drop in net income
 •  UH Center on Disability Studies wins $53K grant
 •  Kalihi-Palama Health Center to open satellite clinic
 •  Cyanotech's losses narrowed in final quarter of '07

Local News
 •  Campaigns taking Hawaii seriously Photo gallery
 •  HPD using lie-detector military calls useless
 •  Wish list for schools not in Lingle's budget
 •  Isle vote an 'uphill battle'
 •  Waihe'e IV's license suspended
 •  Chelsea Clinton campaigning in Isles for mother
 •  Schofield planning memorial to honor 4 troops slain in Iraq
 •  Tutoring just a click (and half a world) away
 •  Deadlines near for kindergarten registrations
 •  Schools worried about economy
 •  Kilohana working as a team
 •  Ombuds Office caters mostly to UH students
 •  'Aiea girl takes Central title
 •  Two more schools satisfy No Child
 •  Wanted by police: Waipahu substation
 •  Ferry, state told to pay lawyer
 •  Ferry public meetings set
 •  Proposed ceded land deal raises questions
 •  Woman sentenced for having meth for sale
 •  Kam Highway will be closed for maintenance
 •  Health center to hold grand opening of clinic
 •  Gingrich to autograph his best-selling book
 •  Flower arrangement, therapy session slated
 •  Festival Marketplace to fete Chinese New Year festival
 •  Draft study filed for new 220-room hotel project
 •  Liliha launches its own tourist center Photo gallery Video
 •  Left-turn signal work continuing
 •  Bob Oshiro, Democratic stalwart
 •  Obituaries

 •  Getting used to Pressel shouldn't be too hard
 •  Moanalua knocks off top-ranked Kalaheo Photo gallery
 •  Sparkling reward for 2007 Warriors Video
 •  Clemens' testimony is 'hard to believe' Video
 •  Can you dig it? Cervantes a better fit in Warrior rotation
 •  Resting Gibson would be like pulling teeth
 •  Rainbows are armed, but are they ready?
 •  Moanalua knocks off top-ranked Kalaheo Photo gallery
 •  Amosa Sabers' football coach
 •  Radford, Kalani in OIA girls title game Photo gallery
 •  Christian Academy continues on roll in ILH D-II
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Top pairings back-to-back for SBS Open
 •  Delasin delights in breakfast of champions
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Getting comfortable being among leaders
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Clemens' best pitch not enough

Island Life
 •  In search of Mr. Romance
 •  Tips on starting running regimen
 •  These four guys are tops when it comes to romance
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Sweet ideas to romance your honey
 •  Keep blood pressure in check naturally
 •  Event helps those with AIDS
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Sweet ideas to romance your honey
 •  Being cold doesn't give you a cold, researchers say
 •  'Barber of Seville' cruises on a Segway

 •  Hawaii historical documents up for bid
 •  Three top executives leaving in Hilton shakeup in Hawaii
 •  Office Depot donating 75 backpacks
 •  Turn your wired music into wireless streaming
 •  Retail sales rise, but most forecasters see it as a blip
 •  Tips on picking a tax form preparer
 •  Fraud complaints in Hawaii jump 25%
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Bankruptcies
 •  Las Vegas hotel fire to cost about $100 million
 •  OHA settlement to be discussed
 •  Tips on picking a tax form preparer

 •  UH athletics deserves aloha, not stadium
 •  Elections in Pakistan: The world is watching
 •  Training areas critical to Army's mission
 •  For weary public, Obama is refreshing change
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Republicans on the campaign trail
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Democrats on the campaign trail
 •  New Citizens
 •  Liliha opens tourist center
 •  Radford vs. Roosevelt
 •  Campbell vs. Mililani
 •  London and Madrid Fashion Shows