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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 19, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Obama wins Hawaii in a landslide
 •  More than 3,000 ready to vote in Manoa
 •  Democratic voters line up for caucus
 •  Kapolei sees four times as many voters
 •  Big Island voters jam caucus sites
 •  Obama, McCain win in Wisconsin
 •  Kauai precinct votes nearly 4-1 for Obama
 •  Obama's half-sister, feeling ill, turns out to vote
 •  Mililani voters face long lines
 •  Kauai sees steady streams of voters
 •  Maui caucus voter turn-out 'phenomenal'
 •  Superdelegates' votes urged to reflect caucus votes
 •  Man killed in one-car accident in Kaneohe
 •  2 girls fail in detention facility escape attempt
 •  Iwilei stabbing victim in critical condition
 •  Search: No trace of missing Kahuku woman
 •  Makaha drowning victim identified
 •  DUI driver facing charges in fatal Big Isle crash
 •  Two women molested by Kalihi intruder
 •  DOH: Restaurant poses no measles threat
 •  Kauai water meter replacement starts mid-March
 •  Accidents may slow traffic through Aiea
 •  Lihue man killed in Kauai crash identified
 •  Noted philanthropist Nancy Bannick dead at 81
 •  Catch Hot Seat excerpts in Sunday's Focus section
 •  $5.8 million released for new library on Big Island
 •  Shorter Army tours likely, even if troop cuts on hold
 •  Court-martial starts for Schofield soldier
 •  Maui’s Montessori to offer 7th, 8th grades
 •  Reported building fire in Pearl City a false alarm
 •  Light winds in this week's Hawaii forecast
 •  Maui county pays recycler despite free public service
 •  North, west shores under high-surf advisory
 •  First graduation today for Mental Health Court
 •  Road projects resume around Oahu
 •  Molokai deer-hunting meeting Thursday
 •  Cleanup to close Hanamaulu Beach Park for a month
 •  Girls basketball state tournament scoreboard
 •  Pan-Pacific soccer tournament set for tomorrow
 •  Wie says wrists won't ever be '100 percent' again
 •  Baseball: Astros beat Mark Loretta in salary arbitration
 •  Baseball: Tejada declines to address steroid allegations
 •  Baseball: Astros' Pence receives cuts in home accident
 •  Baseball could learn from remorseful Pettitte
 •  CBKB: Pepperdine brings back Tom Asbury as coach
 •  CBKB: UNLV dismisses Lawrence after DUI charge
 •  Supreme Court turns down appeal by ex-'Bama coaches
 •  Golfer: Woman left out of men-only tourney sues
 •  Golf: Fields Open facts, TV times
 •  Golf: Fields Open information
 •  Golf: Creamer headlines today's Fields junior clinic
 •  Golf: Free Waikiki shuttle for Fields Open
 •  NBA: Suns to play first outdoor game in modern history
 •  NBA: Nets send Kidd to Mavericks in 8-player trade
 •  NBA: Harris heads East as Nets likely new pt. guard
 •  NFL: Mathis charged with choking common-law wife
 •  NFL: LB Suggs gets franchise tag from Ravens
 •  NFL: Chiefs place franchise tag on Jared Allen
 •  NFL: Young’s return to classes at Texas causes stir
 •  Obituary: Bob Howsam, MLB figure, Broncos' founder
 •  Olympics: Handball dispute to arbitration
 •  Preps: Louisiana star collapses during game, dies
 •  Preps: Winter state tournaments schedule
 •  Soccer: Parking opens at 3 p.m. for Pan Pacific event
 •  Soccer: Wear AYSO jersey, get half off Pan-Pac. ticket
 •  Soccer: Pan-Pacific ticket discounts for military
 •  Soccer: Pan-Pacific community events continue
 •  Tennis: Ivanisevic to be questioned after alleged attack
 •  On the air today: State girls hoops, Hawks-Lakers
 •  On the air tomorrow: State boys hoops, Lakers-Suns
 •  FAA probing whether go! pilots fell asleep on flight
 •  Hawaii weather patterns to be discussed at seminar
 •  Beef recall prompts call to strip USDA of oversight
 •  Wall Street gives up advance to close lower
 •  Hawaii average gas price 45 cents higher than U.S.’
 •  No single factor behind oil’s jump to $100 a barrel
 •  West Maui highway projects to be discussed tomorrow
 •  Toshiba quits HD DVD in favor of Blu-ray disc
 •  Unity Church offers ‘Love of Your Life’ workshop
 •  Seats available for UH-Hilo’s alumni, service award gala
 •  Youth theater group to stage ‘Rap’s Hawaii’
 •  Bishop Trust tags $500K for Hawaiian Hall renovation
 •  Chef Mavro closes Cassis restaurant in Honolulu
 •  Storytelling fest at Bishop Museum set for Sunday
 •  Hawaii sovereignty doc to premiere in Hollywood
 •  'The Witness' to screen at Doris Duke theater
 •  Good Friday service to be 'in the light'

Local News
 •  Record caucus voter turnout predicted
 •  Obama, Clinton woo Hawaii Democrats Photo gallery
 •  Work begins soon on 8 sites with rockfall risks
 •  City affordable housing up for sale next month
 •  More fun than run Photo gallery
 •  With the Kardiac Kids, you'll never be alone Photo gallery
 •  Weekend crashes on Big Island claim two lives
 •  Measles a worry after Kalihi party
 •  Obituaries
 •  Navy spreads word of little graveyard

 •  Not just friendly competition Photo gallery Video
 •  Moloka'i, Lana'i make it big
 •  Girls state tourney tips off
 •  Road won't trip up UH this time
 •  UH basketball gets down to business at Fresno State
 •  Moloka'i, Lana'i make it big
 •  'Aiea's Chung answers challenge
 •  24 teams to participate in 15th Basketball Jamboree
 •  Boys State Tournament schedule
 •  Girls basketball
 •  Boys basketball
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  Buffalo Classic about fun, family
 •  Utah St. loses third straight WAC game
 •  Iacovelli, Owens capture Aloha Run Photo gallery
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Awaiting Beckham bonanza

Island Life
 •  Fighting for life Video
 •  It's a leap year for threatened froggies
 •  Boys mostly outgrow restlessness
 •  6-concert series kicks off
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Test during pregnancy gives peace of mind
 •  Film shows foreign students' hunger for success
 •  Pitchford book on South Carolina list

 •  Tesoro refinery doesn't expect fuel shortage
 •  4 more state government buildings going solar
 •  She's built career on giving back to others Audio
 •  Airline group cheers better efficiency, fears impact of high oil prices
 •  Verizon offers flat-fee unlimited wireless plan
 •  China inflation swelled to 7.1%
 •  Campbell's cuts salt levels again in its kid-oriented soups
 •  Kraft CEO expected to shake up firm's salad dressing business
 •  Toy industry slammed on safety
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Cattle industry says most cows are not abused
 •  Entrepreneurship course offered
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  State has critical need for prison alternatives
 •  Soccer's best can draw the world to Hawaii
 •  Public deserves review of procurement code
 •  Desire to give back spurs 'Hero's Welcome'
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Kardiac Kids
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Republican Presidential Campaign 2008
 •  Democratic Presidential Campaign 2008
 •  Fashion from around the world
 •  Supporters rally for Barack Obama
 •  Tribute to Daniel Browne-Sanchez
 •  Democrats line up at caucuses
 •  Panpacific Soccer Championship 2008