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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 27, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Cause of UH student death deferred
 •  Boy, 17, stabbed at Kalihi housing complex
 •  Nanakuli beating suspects arrested
 •  Surfer rescued at Mokuleia dies at hospital
 •  Kauai starting bridge replacement project
 •  University Ave. main break affecting 10 apartment buildings
 •  Ewa Beach man charged with attempted murder
 •  Accident causes blackout on Kauai
 •  Alcohol, speed factors in critical Waipio crash
 •  Leaking water main in Makiki repaired
 •  Hilo cellblock death reported
 •  Pedestrian, 67, seriously injured on Kauai
 •  Labor leader’s criminal appeal denied
 •  Honolulu police Tasers will carry cameras
 •  Big Island stabbing suspect facing deportation
 •  Guard’s alleged attacker indicted
 •  Money released for quake mitigation study
 •  Koko Head Park Easter egg hunt planned
 •  Royal Hawaiian Band to hold children's choral festival
 •  Afternoon rush hour starts with no serious problems
 •  Hawaii toddler doing better after attack, father says
 •  Obama supports benefits for Filipino WWII veterans
 •  History Channel to feature H-3 Freeway tomorrow
 •  Moanalua Middle plans traffic-safety campaign
 •  Volunteers needed to help kids at Camp Erdman
 •  Limited number of free Waianae Y programs available
 •  Catch Hot Seat excerpts in Sunday's Focus section
 •  Ceded lands bill passes three House committees
 •  Hawaii Marines return today from Iraq
 •  All kids 6 months to 18 years old urged to get flu shots
 •  Nanakuli-Maili board candidates announced
 •  U.S., China navies discuss joint drills
 •  Humane Society sues USDA over ‘downer’ cow rules
 •  Road repairs on 4th Avenue in Kaimuki ends tomorrow
 •  Hawaii lawmakers refine journalist shield proposal
 •  Emergency response praised in Maui mayor’s speech
 •  Hawaii DOE sending recalled beef to landfills
 •  Police looking for missing Waianae woman, 78
 •  CNN political analyst to speak in Honolulu
 •  Peace Corps recruiting session at UH-Manoa
 •  Hawaii residents sought to serve on Ethics Commission
 •  Oahu weather: Light winds, clear skies turning cloudy
 •  High-surf advisory canceled for north shores
 •  Tree-trimming work today will slow traffic in Ewa
 •  Hauula traffic contraflow scheduled for Friday
 •  Injured UH guard Gibson cleared to play
 •  Former UH star Sopoaga re-signs with 49ers
 •  Tadd Fujikawa draws early tee time in Honda Classic
 •  N. Illinois baseball team joins 'Bows in Ariz. tourney
 •  Baldwin alum Maiava to miss USC spring practice
 •  Baseball: Cards cut Spiezio after warrant issued
 •  Baseball: Cubs DeRosa to have heart procedure
 •  Baseball: Coaches don helmets on the field
 •  Baseball: Justice Dept. asked to investigate Clemens
 •  Baseball: Neifi Perez, Rockies deal won't happen
 •  Baseball: Renaming Wrigley Field? It could happen
 •  CBB: Vanderbilt star Alvarez breaks hand
 •  Courts: Judge refuses to postpone O.J. Simpson trial
 •  Golf: Ochoa gears up season debut in Singapore
 •  NBA: Mavs sign Magloire as backup center
 •  NFL: Bucs release DEs Carter, Spires
 •  NFL: Colts release injured vets Morris, McFarland
 •  NFL: Lions sign S Dwight Smith to 2-year deal
 •  NFL: Saints re-sign starting guard Nesbit, 2 backups
 •  NFL: Titans agree to terms with WR Gage
 •  NFL: Chiefs continue youth movement, cut Ty Law
 •  NFL: RB Thomas, 3 others released by the Bills
 •  NFL: Panthers cut QB Carr, sign WR Muhammad
 •  NFL: Vikings cut QB Kelly Holcomb
 •  NFL: Packers pres. thinks Favre is coming back
 •  NFL: Browns terminate contract of DE Roye
 •  Obit: Heinz, 93, sportswriter who chronicled Ruth
 •  Obit: Steelers’ ex-radio announcer Cope, 79, dies
 •  Olympics: U.S. Hall of Fame finalists announced
 •  Olympics: China hopes Yao Ming can play in Games
 •  Preps: State wrestling brackets
 •  UH: 2-for-1 ticket deals for both men's hoop games
 •  UH: McMackin to speak at alumni gathering
 •  Volleyball: Ex-Kauai coach to lead Alaska Anchorage
 •  On the air today: All basketball
 •  On the air tomorrow: WSU-Cal, UH-Idaho hoops
 •  Hawaiian Air parent posts $3.3M profit, reverses loss
 •  Frear trust donates $150K to Pacific rehab hospital
 •  UH business school holds blessing for reading room
 •  Boyd Gaming: Adjusted earnings fell 12.5% to $34.9M
 •  Stocks finish mixed as investors digest news
 •  SBA to hold Pacific Lending Conference March 27-28
 •  Ford recalls 470,000 Mustangs to fix air bag software
 •  Tickets on sale Friday for 50 Cent show at Blaisdell
 •  Hawaii's Friends of the Library to hold sale in Kakaako
 •  Hip-hop artist Joe Dub headlines Sideroad’s Hawaii tour
 •  Betty Loo Taylor at next week's Lenten jazz concert
 •  Haugens to perform peace concert for Leap Day
 •  Bhutanese monks to perform ritual dance in Honolulu
 •  Group plans March 29 Big Isle hike
 •  Cause of UH student death deferred

Local News
 •  Last remaining hale pili is being rebuilt Photo gallery Video
 •  Football team's success boosted UH revenues
 •  E. coli outbreak shutters Sekiya's
 •  LEED bill shelved in council for now
 •  Restaurant inspectors 'just putting out fires'
 •  Lingle to meet with owners of Turtle Bay
 •  Pilot who ejected from B-2 on Guam recovering at Tripler
 •  Mother arrested for choking child allegedly heard 'voices'
 •  Doctor shortage at critical point Photo gallery Video
 •  HMA pushes for medical tort reform
 •  Parolee, 30, holds off Maui police, but gives up
 •  Tree-trimming shutting down Fort Weaver lanes
 •  No one's tested positive at school for tuberculosis
 •  Nanakuli-Ma'ili election dates set
 •  Library to hold 'Mystery Princess Movie Night'
 •  Library adding 4 more hours to public service
 •  Golf tourney to benefit Island Pacific Academy
 •  Fourth Avenue repaving runs through tomorrow
 •  Cultural society forms panel to plan new center
 •  Koko Crater trail still open Photo gallery Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  Unions still politically powerful

 •  UH basketball geared for home stretch
 •  Many people were taxed after switching of season
 •  Hawaii Bowl signs extension with Sheraton
 •  Football team's success boosted UH revenues
 •  Many people were taxed after switching of season
 •  Full speed ahead for 'Anuenue
 •  Vanderbilt dumps No. 1 Tennessee
 •  ILH alums have Stanford on a roll
 •  Andy Irons, Powers surf into third round
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Robbs may be shut out this trip

Island Life
 •  Gardeners cultivate their green thumb
 •  One-stop-shop for matching attire, party items
 •  Posey to star in Fox's 'Jezebel'
 •  Fans strongly react to perpetuate PBS
 •  Keep lipstick looking fresh with tips by Laura Mercier Photo gallery
 •  Parisii Quartet in concert
 •  Yan (still) can cook
 •  Chef Yan puts baby bok choy to work in unique dishes
 •  Lighter cheesecake quite satisfying
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Wine lovers keep conversation flowing on blogs
 •  Lightening up a truly 'scary' pasta salad
 •  Spicy lunch at Kahala Hotel
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Happiness is overrated, author claims
 •  ADHD from a teen's point of view
 •  A fixer for the gau recipe

 •  DBEDT predicts slower Isle economic growth
 •  Little tea shop pours profitably on
 •  Oahu housing fared better in 4th quarter than indicated
 •  Economists fear toxic 'stagflation' may return
 •  General Motors riding out strike at supplier — for now
 •  Tropical juice marketer sells to firm's execs
 •  Agency picks UH to study port security
 •  3,500 children in 'gap group' to get medical coverage
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Island papaya production increases
 •  High-end retailers struggle; low-end stores do better
 •  Brokers sentenced in tax cases
 •  Coming events

 •  New ceded lands bill offers viable solution
 •  Aunty Genoa left Isles enduring gift of music
 •  Ethiopia's war on its citizens begins in U.S.
 •  Why are they looking at the skinny guy?
 •  Recapping Obama's candidacy, Hawaii style
 •  Unions still politically powerful
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Fans strongly react to perpetuate PBS
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Rebuilding the last Hawaiian grass house
 •  Koko Crater Trail
 •  Physicians rally in Kailua
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Elly Rivera makes court appearance
 •  Ready-to-Wear fashions from Paris