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Articles for February 20, 2008

Breaking News
 •  14 Hawaii delegates for Obama
 •  Hawaii, Wisconsin wins build Obama's lead
 •  Navy missile hit wayward spy satellite on first attempt
 •  Kalihi burglary, assault suspect charged
 •  Honolulu man charged with sex assault
 •  Man killed in Kaneohe crash was a Marine
 •  Air traffic over Honolulu to increase Friday
 •  Drydock extended 3 weeks for Hawaii Superferry
 •  Downtown recycling awareness fair set for Friday
 •  Oahu students to hold simulated global summit
 •  No major afternoon accidents on Oahu roadways
 •  Local astronomers hope to see satellite shot down
 •  Group takes Army back to court over Makua
 •  MDA “Stride & Ride” charity walk set for Saturday
 •  Military jury convicts soldier of aggravated assault
 •  Planning money released for Kunia ag park
 •  Nominees for Hawaii boards, commissions announced
 •  Containers left on Kalihi road may be waste product
 •  Firefighters investigating Puuhale Road spill
 •  Crash reported at Ahuimanu Pl. and Kahekili Hwy.
 •  Traffic crash reported on Ward at Prospect Street
 •  Pedestrian accident reported on Iroquois Point Road
 •  Big surf likely this weekend on north, south shores
 •  Vog, haze likely to hang around all week
 •  Bar Association OKs night law school at UH
 •  UH chancellor reminds students of safety programs
 •  Maui Council committee to debate plastic bag ban
 •  Marine convoy may slow Big Island traffic
 •  Strong earthquake in western Indonesia kills 3
 •  High seas could delay effort to shoot down satellite
 •  Ching helps Dynamo reach Pan Pacific soccer final
 •  Girls high school basketball state tournament scores
 •  Boys high school basketball state tournament scores
 •  UH men's basketball team falls short at Fresno State
 •  Natasha Kai named to U.S. team for Algarve Cup
 •  Correction: High school boys games at school gyms
 •  Tadd Fujikawa to play in PGA's Honda Classic next week
 •  UH Warriors hosting Ohana Festival at Aloha Stadium
 •  Brian Ching to sign autographs Friday at Circuit City
 •  Athletic director Todd Los Banos to leave Saint Louis
 •  Woods uses back-nine blitz to win match play 1st rd.
 •  Annika Sorenstam going after Hawaii sweep
 •  Autos: NASCAR penalizes 10 teams, Gordon 100 pts
 •  Baseball: A-Rod says testing comment exaggerated
 •  Baseball: Minor-leaguer draws 50-game suspension
 •  Baseball: Boston CF Crisp could ask for a trade
 •  CFB: June Jones hires ex-Chiefs coach for specialists
 •  CBB: Top teams to watch this season
 •  CBB: Top college players to watch this season
 •  CBB: Oregon State begins quest for third straight title
 •  CFB: Central Oklahoma on 3 years probation
 •  Golf: PGA Tour considers ditching new cut rule
 •  Golf: Fields Open tickets, other information
 •  Golf: Free Waikiki shuttle for Fields Open
 •  NBA: New Nets pt. guard Harris out up to 2 weeks
 •  NBA: 76ers gives Cheeks contract extension
 •  NBA: Knicks working on deal for Vince Carter
 •  NFL: Packers franchise DT Williams, cut TE Franks
 •  NFL: Raiders’ CB Washington charged with battery
 •  NFL: Vikings cut 7-year vet safety Dwight Smith
 •  NFL: Titans make DT Haynesworth franchise player
 •  NFL: Colts sign TE Clark to 6-year deal
 •  Olympics: USOC could move headquarters
 •  Olympics: Dutch lawmaker calls for ceremony boycott
 •  Preps: La. team finishes game after death of star
 •  Soccer: Pan-Pacific ticket discounts for military
 •  Soccer: Wear AYSO jersey, get half off Pan-Pac. ticket
 •  Soccer: Parking opens 3 p.m. for Pan Pacific event
 •  Tennis: Sharapova advances to Qatar Open 3rd rd.
 •  On the air today: State boys hoops, Lakers-Suns
 •  On the air tomorrow: State girls hoops semifinals
 •  City Council advances five fixed-guideway bills
 •  SBA sets two events Feb. 28 for business owners
 •  Lahaina's Blue Lagoon Tropical Bar and Grill for sale
 •  State regulators fine Hawaii businesses, individuals
 •  Hawaii beef production up in 2007, pork down
 •  Stocks rebound to finish session higher
 •  Honolulu 2007 inflation higher than national average
 •  Hawaii macadamia nut harvest forecast to drop 38%
 •  Hawaii December egg output down 14% from year ago
 •  Big Island Catholic youth plan April seminar
 •  WWII internees' experience to be discussed

Local News
 •  Turnout complicates voting process
 •  Obama wins Photo gallery Video
 •  FAA wants to know if go! pilots fell asleep
 •  Hawaii murder suspect seen digging in ground
 •  Defense says wrong soldier on trial
 •  Massive crowds brave long lines to have their say Video
 •  Neighbor Islands pile on to Obama bandwagon
 •  Another state, another triumph for Obama
 •  Obama supporters swamped party regulars Video
 •  Vacation rentals back on agenda
 •  Pearl ship may blast satellite today
 •  For deputy, 'a fitting tribute' Photo gallery
 •  State gets head start on rockfall projects
 •  Turtle Bay purchase proposal to be discussed
 •  Rotary scholarship forms at Leeward high schools
 •  Park closing for a month but beach open for use
 •  MacKenzie State Park improvements funded
 •  Likelike offramp closed tonight after 11 p.m.
 •  Lease agreements for hunting being proposed
 •  Earth Day recycling will take your bulky items
 •  Humane Society offers Feline Fix Video
 •  Man dies in crash on H-3 off-ramp
 •  Philanthropist, advocate Nancy Bannick
 •  Zalburg service to be Monday
 •  Obituaries
 •  Obama supporters swamped party regulars Video

 •  Wie hopes to regain confidence in game
 •  Konawaena girls turn back Moanalua in opener, 52-48 Photo gallery
 •  Opposites attract as Hawaii visits Fresno State
 •  Ching rode wave of future onto soccer field
 •  Funaki finally No. 1 on QB depth chart
 •  Robinson selected No. 11 overall in pro softball draft
 •  Konawaena girls turn back Moanalua in opener, 52-48 Photo gallery
 •  Division I boys will be tightly contested
 •  Radford roars past Roosevelt Photo gallery
 •  Kailua defeats Seabury Hall in D-II
 •  'Iolani gets early jump on 'Aiea
 •  Hawaiian Airlines Boys Basketball State Championships
 •  No. 5 Scarlet Knights rally, 57-51
 •  All-California finals in national tennis tourney
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  One dead too many Video
 •  Overseas jaunt inspires designer
 •  Latest 'Lost' addition enjoying its wicked ways
 •  Uneven playing field an 'Idol' quirk
 •  Owen Wilson starring again
 •  Clark Little's works now in Chinatown
 •  Sourdough ... for starters
 •  Pasta with 'angry' sauce a spicy meal
 •  Mix up a sourdough 'starter' to begin adventures in baking
 •  Chicken good enough for the Marines
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Food editor's advice helped her redefine a salad
 •  Boome to rescue kitchen klutzes
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Having friends who aren't moms
 •  Bringing up Mommy: Being the base camp

 •  Cutting parking to push transit?
 •  Some fear rule would give liquor panel total power
 •  Number of manufacturing jobs shrank by 1.7% in 2007
 •  Honolulu Prince changes hands
 •  Boeing wins orders for 60 planes worth $5.4 billion
 •  Blu-ray claims format title over HD DVD
 •  Hawaii credit scores top U.S. average
 •  Gas may reach gasp prices soon
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Cassis closes after 10 months
 •  HP's first-quarter results give tech investors hope
 •  Longtime advertising exec Laird to retire March 31
 •  Kasim joins Shidler's new trust
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  City must keep rentals affordable, long-term
 •  It's time to get serious about Cuba's future
 •  Chance, unforeseen consequences in politics
 •  Tired of winter, dreaming of Hawaii
 •  Voters spoke, now legislators should listen
 •  Obama supporters swamped party regulars
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Overseas jaunt inspires designer
 •  Uneven playing field an 'Idol' quirk
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Fall/Winter 2008/2009 collection presented in Milan
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Democrats on the campaign trail
 •  Republicans on the campaign trail
 •  Voters have their say
 •  Bush in Africa
 •  Girls state basketball