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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 4, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Clinton breaks Obama's winning streak
 •  McCain reaches magic number to clinch GOP nomination
 •  GOP analysis: Challenges ahead with McCain as nominee
 •  Democrat analysis: Race hinges on Tuesday contests
 •  Huckabee drops out of presidential race
 •  Extortion suspect, 18, arrested in Waimanalo
 •  Lahaina ferry pier meeting scheduled March 12
 •  Mauna Kea brushfire still not contained
 •  Halawa auto-theft suspect charged
 •  Waipahu man charged with threatening police officer
 •  Kauai police rescue injured hiker
 •  Honolulu sex offender wanted by police
 •  Electrical power restored in Windward Oahu
 •  Hawaii traffic fatalities dropped 17% in 2007
 •  Hawaii's official quarter now available
 •  Signal light problems may slow Windward Oahu traffic
 •  Ron Mizutani returning to KHON
 •  Tasers might be approved for DLNR officers
 •  Schools could get $90 million more for projects
 •  Gun-control case divides state AGs
 •  Senate increases mandatory retirement age for judges
 •  Bishop Museum lecture to focus on ocean acidification
 •  Service learning will be topic Saturday at Kamehameha
 •  Ikebana exhibit at Honolulu Hale this month
 •  House passes child-welfare bill
 •  Maui praises recycling of food cans
 •  Fines proposed for violating bottle-recycling law
 •  UH-improvements bill passes House
 •  Recalled beef for Hawaii schools sent to landfill today
 •  Lingle endorses McCain for president
 •  U.S. soldier among 8 killed in helicopter crash in Iraq
 •  Red Cross looking to fill hats with Hawaii donations
 •  Roadwork slated all along Kapiolani today
 •  Lingle to 'Talk Story' tonight on Turtle Bay proposal
 •  Mayor commuting on TheBoat today
 •  Classes resume today at Aikahi Elementary
 •  UH-Hilo to get business master’s program
 •  Wind advisory issued for Big Island summits
 •  Surf on the rise along north, west shores
 •  Sunny skies, high temps in today's forecast
 •  Ala Wai Small Boat Harbor to get $4M for improvements
 •  Mayor to present Hawaii Arts Alliance with $20K grant
 •  Accident reported on Waikele H-1 onramp
 •  DUI arrests up 6 percent on Big Island
 •  Kauai bridge-replacement project starts Wednesday
 •  Kauai schools to host huge tsunami drill Friday
 •  Bombing in Somalia leads to anti-U.S. protests
 •  Accident leads to raw sewage spill on Kauai
 •  Census Bureau still needs economic forms returned
 •  Online chat with UH slotback Michael Washington
 •  Brett Favre’s memorable moments
 •  Brett Favre Biography
 •  LaBoy signs with Cardinals, $7.5M guaranteed
 •  Packers QB Favre retiring after 17 seasons
 •  Baseball: S.F.'s Lowry has tendinitis in pitching wrist
 •  Baseball: Yankees' Matsui hopes to resume hitting
 •  Baseball: Nationals' Shawn Hill might miss opening day
 •  Baseball: Hawpe, Rockies agree to $17.4M, 3-year deal
 •  CFB: Penn St. player charged in connection with fight
 •  Camps: Hoops clinic one of many sports available
 •  CFB: 3rd Penn St. player charged with campus fight
 •  CFB: S.Carolina DB suspended indefinitely
 •  NBA: Pistons sign veteran center Theo Ratliff
 •  NBA: Webber could miss Warriors’ next 4 games
 •  NBA: Celtics add depth by signing Cassell
 •  NBA: Suns sign sharpshooter Giricek
 •  NBA: Chris Andersen reinstated from drug suspension
 •  NFL: DT Warren Sapp ends 13-year career
 •  NFL: Broncos re-sign DE Engelberger, TE Jackson
 •  NFL: Browns sign S Sorensen to 3-year contract
 •  NFL: Patriots get secondary help, sign CB Webster
 •  NFL: Jets sign CB Woolfolk, cut OT Clement
 •  NFL: RB Duckett heads to Seahawks with 5-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Vikings sign ex-49er RB/KR Hicks to 3-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Rams sign Titans' guard Jacob Bell
 •  NFL: With clock ticking, Vikings serious about spending
 •  NHL: Forsberg will be in lineup tonight against Canucks
 •  NHL: Penguins' Crosby expected to play tonight
 •  Skiing: Austrian’s lower leg amputated after crash
 •  Strongest Man competition Saturday
 •  Tennis: Nadal struggles to reach Dubai second round
 •  UH: McMackin to speak at alumni lunch March 10
 •  On the air today: Hoops, hockey, lacrosse
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, hoops, UH volleyball
 •  Hotel occupancy rises for first time in 21 months
 •  Statewide harbor plan to be discussed at Molokai forum
 •  AUW lays off 4 employees, cuts back hours
 •  Saturday workshop set on basics of eBay selling
 •  Local SMEI office names Lingle Salesperson of the Year
 •  Stocks finish mixed, rebounding from sharp plunge
 •  Hawaii CompUSA stores now closed with no plans
 •  Nike, Apple to sync up iPod with gym equipment
 •  Airline seats to Hawaii expected to decline March-May
 •  Hawaiian Airlines No. 1 again in punctuality
 •  Combi recalls 67,000 child car seats for safety reasons
 •  Stage review: UH Ernst Lab Theatre’s ‘Rumi’ stumbles
 •  Honolulu Symphony to feature top Oahu teen musicians
 •  ‘African American Diaspora’ lecture on tap at UH
 •  ‘Jammin’ Hawaiians’ show to feature 10 Island acts
 •  Margaret Cho adds late-night show at Hawaii Theatre
 •  Coral reef ecology to be discussed
 •  Bishop Museum to hold Family Sunday March 16
 •  'Rachel Corrie' reading set for March 14
 •  Nichiren Mission to host Wednesday Dharma talk
 •  Religious scientist to give talk
 •  Events to celebrate the 'sacred feminine'

Local News
 •  Former plantation worker almost 103 Photo gallery Video
 •  First witness testifies in Lankford murder trial Photo gallery
 •  Marines examining dog-toss video clip
 •  Marathon gives $108.89M boost
 •  Andrew Sato, a special graduate Photo gallery Video
 •  Isle senators' power slips in new ranking
 •  Final punches thrown before fateful voting Photo gallery
 •  Man gets 20 years for killing his wife
 •  Daniels to transfer to halfway house
 •  Ten arrested at cockfight; guns, drugs seized
 •  Big Isle brushfire scorches an estimated 2,600 acres
 •  White elephant sale to help women's programs
 •  Water main break gives kids a break from school
 •  Wailuku man identified as driver in fatal crash
 •  Park will host egg hunt for children 12 and under
 •  Kahuku seniors sue to keep housing's Section 8 subsidy
 •  Economist to give talk on Hawaiian poverty
 •  Cardiac patients, families invited to support group
 •  Bring picnic and stare at the stars Saturday night
 •  Sleeping comes easy for most living in Hawaii
 •  Auto theft suspect pursued, arrested
 •  Obituaries
 •  Etiquette lacking at the register

 •  Sellitto returns to Hawaii Pacific hoops
 •  Hawaii hoping for extended road stay
 •  Jaguars bid farewell to Kahuku grad Naeole
 •  Mustangs paddle into record book
 •  Upcoming events
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  Winter All-stars
 •  Big Ben gets big extension: 8 years, $102M
 •  Late run boosts Jazz past Mavericks, 116-110
 •  Kansas hands Texas Tech another historic loss, 109-51
 •  Piniella says Cubs job his last Photo gallery
 •  Sea Warriors baseball hoping to cash in more
 •  Andy Irons surfs to fifth in Australia
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Much has changed in six years

Island Life
 •  Tearing apart a failed friendship
 •  Patient portrayal came as a challenge
 •  Nonsharing brothers will sort it out
 •  Johnson sets tour's U.S. legS
 •  Jane Porter novel, set in Hawaii, to be made into a TV movie
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  More toys linking to virtual worlds
 •  Get the right vacuum for that messy job
 •  Internet fuels explosive pranks
 •  'Lost' cast out, about as filming resumes

 •  Home sales drop 40%; prices relatively stable
 •  Keeping BBB relevant for consumers, businesses Audio
 •  Tax Foundation of Hawaii says it needs financial help
 •  Mortgage giants target appraisal fraud
 •  Oil prices hit record high, tightening noose across U.S.
 •  Licenses renewed online, for less
 •  Young Brothers raises fuel surcharge again, to 2.78%
 •  Waimanalo selected to become final Enterprise Zone on Oahu
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  HECO reaches contract with union
 •  Countrywide warns of more problems ahead

 •  Ethics panel must have power to enforce
 •  Waipahu's long wait to get back its pool
 •  Plan could put resort in 'perilous' position
 •  Intriguing implications in last true swing vote
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Democratic Presidential Campaigns 2008
 •  Republican Presidential Campaigns 2008
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Andrew Sato loses brave fight to leukemia
 •  Juan Cube
 •  Read Across America
 •  Lankford murder trial begins
 •  Spring Training
 •  World Fashions