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Articles for February 21, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Suspect arrested in sex assault of child
 •  Pair charged with Waianae armed robbery
 •  Honolulu Zoo security breach sets tiger loose
 •  Alleged gaff smuggler faces new cockfighting law
 •  Power restored to 450 in East Honolulu
 •  Six Hawaii Guardsmen to deploy to Africa
 •  Marine killed in Kaneohe crash identified
 •  Navy: Missile scored pinpoint hit on disabled spy satellite
 •  Mayor highlights parks police in speech Video
 •  Satellite debris: 'Nothing bigger than a football'
 •  Kaneohe-bound lanes of Likelike open again
 •  Ship returning to Hawaii tomorrow after shoot-down
 •  Tourism group pushes for international campaign
 •  Accident shuts Kaneohe-bound lanes of Likelike
 •  Sentencing set for convicted Schofield soldier
 •  Hawaiian Serenaders to perform in Kapolei
 •  Repaving will affect H-1 lanes starting Sunday
 •  Learn to care for elderly loved ones at KCC
 •  Aiea library to host Chinese martial arts presentation
 •  Crash reported at Pali and South Beretania Street
 •  Federal report looks at health preparedness here
 •  Deadline extended for Ethics Commission seat
 •  UH bridge building contest set for Saturday
 •  Surf on the rise along Oahu's north, west shores
 •  Haze, but no rain likely during the next few days
 •  Planning to begin on 75-acre Kauai agriculture park
 •  Kauai offering spring break program for kids 5-11
 •  Big Isle police seek help finding Pepeekeo woman
 •  24 arrested on Big Island last week for DUI
 •  Man at OCCC charged with 2007 burglary
 •  Iolani, Punahou advance to state girls hoops final
 •  Girls high school basketball state tournament scores
 •  Boys high school basketball state tournament scores
 •  Moanalua upsets No. 1 Iolani in state boys hoops
 •  Wie makes statement in ’08 debut in Fields Open
 •  Wie shoots 3-under 69, among Fields Open leaders
 •  Baseball: A-Rod was exaggerating on his drug tests
 •  Baseball: Howard wins arbitration, will earn $10M
 •  Baseball: Ramirez won't ask Boston to pick up option
 •  CBKB: Indiana deciding coach Sampson’s future
 •  CBKB: Tennessee's Candace Parker to skip senior yr.
 •  Courts: Duke lacrosse players sue school, city
 •  Golf: Woods advances at Match Play
 •  Golf: Fields Open information
 •  Golf: Free Waikiki shuttle for Fields Open
 •  Hockey: Zednik: ’I felt like somebody stabbed me.’
 •  NBA: Cavs acquire Ben Wallace, Szczerbiak
 •  NBA: 1st-place Hornets get Wells, James from Rockets
 •  NBA: Hornets’ Paul shows Kidd who’s best in West
 •  NBA: Timberwolves trade Gerald Green to Rockets
 •  NBA: Portland, Denver swap backup guards
 •  NBA: Raptors acquire Brezec from Pistons for Dixon
 •  NFL: Moss not designated franchise player by Pats
 •  NFL: Browns, RB Jamal Lewis agree on 3-year deal
 •  NFL: Cowboys put franchise tag on safety Hamlin
 •  NFL: Panthers release RB Foster
 •  NFL: Seahawks place franchise tag on CB Trufant
 •  Soccer: Ching to sign autographs at Circuit City
 •  Tennis: Sharapova reaches Qatar Open quarterfinals
 •  Tennis: Nadal, last seeded player, falls at ABN Amro
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams upset at windy Qatar Open
 •  On the air today: State girls hoops, Fields Open
 •  On the air tomorrow: State girls hoops DI, DII finals
 •  AG's office to auction seized goods Saturday at Blaisdell
 •  Honolulu software firm opens San Diego office
 •  Strong Aussie dollar hurts Billabong's overseas sales
 •  HEI earnings end lackluster year on high note
 •  Two local firms win Navy contract for roof repairs
 •  Local game developer give sneak preview of 'Blue Mars'
 •  Hawaii to get $29K in deceptive marketing settlement
 •  A&E to restart production of ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’
 •  'Lost' seeking to cast baby Aaron
 •  Waikoloa Ukulele fest set for March 1
 •  Willie K to open for both War concerts
 •  Unity moves Easter service to the Shell
 •  Unity Church offers relationship seminar
 •  Lecture set on China's Longxing Monastery

Local News
 •  Honolulu inflation pushes prices up 4.8%
 •  Obama swept all of Hawaii's 51 districts
 •  Ship's missile hits satellite
 •  Soccer fans enjoy stars, a good time Photo gallery
 •  Obama win seen sticking despite the chaos
 •  Bush: No plans for U.S. military base in Africa Photo gallery
 •  Strategist: Aides told lobbyist to back off from McCain in 1999 Photo gallery
 •  Bills would alter rules on bed and breakfasts
 •  Affordable housing swap set
 •  Troops grill military's No. 1
 •  Schofield soldier found guilty in death of unarmed Iraqi man
 •  Maryknoll's leader leaves big legacy Photo gallery Video
 •  Student loans feel pinch
 •  Rich got richer in donations to universities
 •  Incentive program does school proud
 •  African-American life stories 'Lost' history of blacks
 •  Seven church schools may turn into 'values based' charters
 •  Hawaii's coasts heavily 'invaded'
 •  For the environment
 •  Superferry to be out of service until March 25
 •  Public gets say on ceded lands
 •  Army sued again over access to Makua
 •  Student forum to take on environmental problems
 •  Steak plate lunches on Kaiser fundraiser menu
 •  Recycling awareness fair scheduled for tomorrow
 •  MDA charity walk to include entertainment
 •  Man who drove truck into woman indicted
 •  Hawaiian civic group gets $5,000 for garden
 •  Three viaduct lanes will be closed Sunday for repair
 •  Police say crash victim a Marine
 •  Obituaries

 •  'Iolani girls shoot down Kalani, 60-37
 •  Kamehameha-Hawaii squeezes by Kalaheo
 •  Rainbow Warriors fall short in Fresno
 •  Their futures to be measured in seconds Video
 •  Clar hitting his stride again for Warriors
 •  Hittle has a killer smile, and fierceness to complement it
 •  UH women win 800 freestyle relay at WAC Championships
 •  'Iolani girls shoot down Kalani, 60-37
 •  Kamehameha-Hawaii squeezes by Kalaheo
 •  Radford takes down Lahainaluna, 54-46
 •  Waiakea turns back Maui, 58-47 Photo gallery
 •  Punahou girls into semifinals
 •  Campbell, Kailua upset seeded teams in D-II
 •  Punahou speeds past Lahainaluna, 65-32
 •  Warriors rally into quarters
 •  Moanalua tops Campbell, 65-43 Photo gallery
 •  Kaiser edges Word of Life to reach quarterfinals
 •  Annika ready to take on the Fields
 •  Fujikawa to play in Honda Classic
 •  Senior Skins never gets old
 •  Carll to defend Hilo title
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Koike resurfaces as Pipeline winner
 •  Los Banos to step down as Saint Louis athletic director
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Walk of life
 •  With a little effort, you can slim down by summer
 •  Isle Rain fans trekking to L.A.
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Nuts good for you and tasty, too
 •  Ooops, wrong blond bombshell
 •  Fish oils have many benefits for babies
 •  Planet Hollywood is the place to be
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Attachment parents want closer bond with baby
 •  Nuts good for you and tasty, too

 •  Jimmy Buffett to open restaurant in Waikiki
 •  Web site eases hassles of getting permit
 •  Advertiser's union workers supported by Abercrombie
 •  Kunia ag park going forward
 •  Doing your own taxes? Help's just a click away
 •  Fed sees economy slowing, jobless, inflation rates rising
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  38% drop in mac nut crop seen
 •  State fines businesses, individuals
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Dems should make the most of its new voters
 •  Changes in Pakistan deserve U.S. support
 •  Turtle Bay expansion now makes no sense
 •  Ivy League candidates offer little change
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Maryknoll president moving on
 •  Democrats on the campaign trail
 •  Republicans on the campaign trail
 •  Pan-Pacific Soccer Championships
 •  Satellite Destroyed
 •  Spring Training
 •  Girls state basketball
 •  Boys state basketball
 •  Fashion