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Articles for March 3, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Police arrest familiar auto-theft suspect in Halawa
 •  Kauai bridge replacement project starts Wednesday
 •  Maui traffic fatality victim identified
 •  Daniels granted Honolulu halfway house detention
 •  Big Island cockfight raided
 •  Ewa Beach man gets 20 years for manslaughter
 •  Puppy abuse video investigated by Hawaii Marine base
 •  Closure of Maui home for girls 'loss to the community'
 •  Maui medical center will keep Molokini II open
 •  Halawa park to host Easter egg hunt
 •  Sewage spill closes Kauai road for 90 minutes
 •  Fall investigation closes Merchant Street
 •  Big Island fire burns 2,600 acres
 •  City sewer repairs to complicate traffic this month
 •  Ala Wai boat harbor to get $4.2 million renovation
 •  Maui cardiac support group to meet Wednesday
 •  ‘Young Reporters Media Camp’ set on Maui
 •  Hawaii senators drop in congressional power rankings
 •  Motorcyclist dies on Big Island
 •  Special Aiea High School grad passes away
 •  Classes canceled at Aikahi Elementary in Kailua today
 •  Strong earthquake rocks Philippines
 •  No tsunami threat for Hawaii from earthquake
 •  More sunshine, but no wind relief for Hawaiian Islands
 •  Brushfire continues to burn on Big Island
 •  Driver’s license exams to be discussed
 •  Road work on Big Island this week
 •  H-1 detour near Keehi interchange
 •  Diamond Head road work begins today
 •  White elephant, country store fundraiser is Saturday
 •  Explore night sky at free ‘star party’ Saturday
 •  3 Leihoku Elementary pupils treated for smoke
 •  Lecture will focus on Native Hawaiians’ income
 •  Suit filed over Kahuku affordable housing complex
 •  Stalled vehicle at Middle Street merge slowing traffic
 •  Asian/Pacific Heritage month celebrated with statistics
 •  U.S. air strike in Somalia targets terrorist suspect
 •  Despite stress of war, miitary divorce rate unfazed
 •  Iran president demands major powers leave region
 •  Surf starting to rise along north, west shores
 •  ‘Semi-Pro’ dribbles to top of weekend box office
 •  Jaguars release veteran guard Chris Naeole
 •  Patriots bring back Randy Moss for another title try
 •  Sellitto takes over as HPU men's basketball coach
 •  Baseball: Braves renew Francoeur’s contract again
 •  Baseball: Bobby Murcer resting after brain biopsy
 •  Baseball: Davey Lopes diagnosed with prostate cancer
 •  CBKB: Associated Press Top 25 men's poll
 •  CBKB: Associated Press Top 25 women's poll
 •  CBSB: Collegiate Baseball Top 25
 •  CBSB: Baseball America Top 25
 •  College: Nevada officials welcome NCAA probe
 •  Iditarod: Gerry Willomitzer in the lead
 •  NBA: Guidlines set for Heat-Hawks replay
 •  NBA: Yao undergoes successful surgery on left foot
 •  NBA: G Cassell heads Boston to sign with Celtics
 •  NBA: Okla. City to vote on proposal to lure NBA team
 •  NFL: Broncos sign 2, agree to deal with DE Ekuban
 •  NFL: Bengals sign DE for 5 years, $29.5 million
 •  NFL: 49ers sign RB Foster, LB Thomas, a QB
 •  NFL: Saints re-sign WR Patten to 2-year deal
 •  NFL: Bucs make trade with Bears for QB Griese
 •  NFL: Giants replace Wilson with Sammy Knight
 •  NFL: Jets sign LB Calvin Pace, OL Damien Woody
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign LB Demorrio Williams to 5-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Steelers sign RB Mewelde Moore to 3-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Broncos DT Thomas arrested on drug charge
 •  NFL: Falcons release running back Warrick Dunn
 •  NFL: Agent says Crumpler, Titans agree to deal
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger signs long-term deal with Steelers
 •  NFL: Randy Moss rumors mounting
 •  NFL: Parcells says he won't trade Jason Taylor
 •  Olympic sprinter from Guyana killed in N.Y. car crash
 •  Tennis: Federer upset in first round at Dubai
 •  On the air today: Hoops and hockey
 •  On the air tomorrow: Hoops, hockey, lacrosse
 •  Lingle approves Enterprise Zone for Waimanalo
 •  A&B execs to speak at New York investors' conference
 •  Trading dips early on Wall Street
 •  World markets stumble over Wall Street concerns
 •  DCCA asks engineers, others to renew licenses online
 •  Hawaii folk arts program to fund team apprenticeships
 •  Poetry Out Loud contest coming to Tenney Theatre
 •  Jack Johnson announces new tour stops
 •  Stage Review: Army Community Theatre’s ‘Visit’ shines
 •  Stage Review: ‘Maui’s Kite’ soars with keiki fun
 •  Lea Salonga adds new Sunday concert at Blaisdell
 •  Yee's student to give March 13 recital
 •  Thomas Yee to give piano recital

Local News
 •  WWII internment camp revisited Photo gallery Video
 •  81% of Hawaii teachers make grade Photo gallery Video
 •  Official cleared of gun charge
 •  Study: UH a money maker
 •  Court date set on drug charges
 •  Clinton, Obama in final push
 •  Civic-minded Mililani family trio a first
 •  New Army manual revises priorities
 •  Iraqi dogs a memento of late soldier
 •  Crashes on Maui, Big Island kill 2 men
 •  Moloka'i plant proposed for U.S. endangered list
 •  For the Environment
 •  Marines help rescue Kalaheo tennis Video
 •  Fort Weaver closures this week near A'awa
 •  Family-selection process for new homes begins
 •  $400,000 will replace library air-conditioning
 •  Single-lane closures on H-1 in Kapolei, Kunia
 •  Road work temporarily closing Kapa'a bypass
 •  Traffic-signal work may make some trips longer
 •  Navy explosives disposal work happens this week
 •  Mayor Kim proposes a $398 million budget
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Grants
 •  Obituaries
 •  Special ops force based in Hawaii to be field-tested

 •  'Difficult' road trip ahead for Hawaii
 •  Dynamic duo tops women's 10K race
 •  Bryant's 52 points lift Lakers
 •  Ochoa coasts to victory in Singapore
 •  Vols cap zany week with win
 •  Tar Heel women rip Duke, 82-51
 •  Fielder not pleased with renewed deal Photo gallery
 •  Dynamic duo tops women's 10K race
 •  Kaimuki grad wins women's boxing title
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  The gift giving Video
 •  A skin care line fresh from the vineyards
 •  'Return to Romance' TV special airs April 21
 •  'City of Men' a warmer version of 'God'
 •  Vacation? No, it's a liberation
 •  Author admits her Holocaust 'memoir' is not true
 •  Energy tips for the kitchen
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Airports test security lanes just for families
 •  3 in 10 workers suffer from lack of sleep
 •  Cervical cancer vaccine for 'tweens' — risks, benefits
 •  Seuss fans: The Dr. will quiz you now

 •  Japan Air Lines again raising fuel surcharge
 •  Energy, water saving plan sought for public housing
 •  Royal Hawaiian offering specials
 •  Bill would require peace officers on cruise ships
 •  Indies becoming video games' newest wave
 •  Off the grid — not by choice, but necessity
 •  Prognosis bright for Google's health records plan
 •  Pizza makers feel pinch as ingredient costs rise
 •  Recession-driven anxiety taking root in beautiful Napa
 •  Fuel costs driving truckers to edge of bankruptcy
 •  Computers help cure waiting-room boredom
 •  Charming, green living — in an oil capital?
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Subprime loan crisis economy's greatest threat

 •  The burden of prisons becoming too costly
 •  City Council should pass solar tax credits
 •  Compostable bags part of good stewardship
 •  Conservatism marooned by Buckley's passing
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  A skin care line fresh from the vineyards
 •  'City of Men' a warmer version of 'God'
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Former internees, families gather at Honouliuli camp to remember
 •  'Highly qualified' teachers in Hawaii
 •  Spring Training