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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 5, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Suspected Internet sex predator arrested in Manoa
 •  North Carolina man killed in Big Island collision
 •  McCully man charged with shotgun threat
 •  Ex-UH prof gets 1 year for enticing minor
 •  Heavy Downtown traffic expected for Keawe funeral
 •  Fugitive sex offender indicted by Oahu grand jury
 •  UH film students chosen for international festival
 •  No problems heading into Oahu rush-hour traffic
 •  Townbound lanes reopen on Likelike Highway
 •  Residents escape as lava cuts off Big Island road
 •  Lankford defense might hinge on accident claim
 •  Live radio coverage planned for Aunty Genoa's funeral
 •  International festival next week at Leeward CC
 •  Hilo landfill closed after old military ammo found
 •  Obama regains lost ground based on Texas results
 •  Peace Prize winner to speak on climate change
 •  Owner flees after loose dog attacks boy at Maui beach
 •  World War II mine detonated in Micronesia
 •  Fall case reported at Kalakaua, Kapahulu avenues
 •  One killed, five injured in Big Island traffic crash
 •  Information meetings set on Hawaii Superferry EIS
 •  Kauai Salary Commission meeting today canceled
 •  Lingle releases $535K for Puna traffic improvements
 •  Halawa exit to close overnight this weekend
 •  8- to 12-foot surf expected on Oahu's North Shore
 •  Dry weather likely for next few days in Hawaii
 •  Molokai Advisory Council to meet on March 11
 •  Kauai police promoting safe truck-loading pratices
 •  UH unveils designs for new football uniforms
 •  Natasha Kai gets assist as U.S. women beat China
 •  Yao Ming's speed for recovery — Chinese medicine
 •  Autos: Carl Edwards docked points, loses Cup lead
 •  Autos: Gordon gets points back in rare appeals victory
 •  Baseball: NY lawmaker urges FBI to drop Clemens probe
 •  Baseball: Mets' Alou to miss start of season
 •  Baseball: Biopsy on Murcer shows no sign of tumor
 •  CBKB: Perry Watson resigns as Detroit coach
 •  CBKB: Wooden may have had to wait 7 hours after fall
 •  CFB: Penn St. tight end Quarless suspended again
 •  Figure skating: Katarina Witt ends show career
 •  Golf: Mid-Pac CC team wins event to benefit UH
 •  Iditarod: Defending champion Lance Mackey takes lead
 •  NBA: James scores 50 points, leads Cavs over Knicks
 •  NBA: Mavs' Nowitzki suspended 1 game for hard foul
 •  NBA: Marbury says he wants to stay with Knicks
 •  NBA: Andersen rejoins Hornets after 2-year suspension
 •  NFL: Falcons cut QB Joey Harrington
 •  NFL: Bucs sign LBs Matt McCoy, Teddy Lehman
 •  NFL: Patriots re-sign wide receiver Jabar Gaffney
 •  NFL: Rams hire Terry Shea to coach quarterbacks
 •  NFL: Jaguars sign ex-first-rounder Kennedy, 3 others
 •  NFL: Favre leaves game on his own terms
 •  NFL: WR Isaac Bruce formally signs with 49ers
 •  NFL: Yahoo! Sports removes line in 6-month-old story
 •  Olympics: Cheerleaders confronting Chinese tradition
 •  Olympics: IAAF rejects new tests of amputee sprinter
 •  Soccer: Ruiz's hat trick leads Galaxy over China team
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams moves into Bangalore quarters
 •  Tennis: Nadal, Murray advance to Dubai quarterfinals
 •  UH: Youth teams can join baseball team on field
 •  UH: Kids Club members can join team on court
 •  UH: Ride with Pride program helps athletics
 •  On the air today: Yankees-Twins, UH volleyball
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH women hoops, Dodgers-Bosox
 •  Hoku amends contract with German solar company
 •  Home sales fall on Big Isle, Kauai; prices mostly rise
 •  Maui Land & Pineapple has new chief operating officer
 •  Head of plant in largest U.S. beef recall subpoenaed
 •  Free consultations offered for small business owners
 •  Wall Street finishes higher in volatile session
 •  Go! reports flying with more passengers last month
 •  Baxter test may link recalled blood thinner with China
 •  China, South Korea may help bolster Hawaii tourism
 •  Hello Kitty items get limited run in Honolulu
 •  Hawaii Theatre showing film on 100th/442nd combat team
 •  Amy Gilliom to give March 15 concert on Maui
 •  4 women win Hawaii foundation’s culture, art awards
 •  Honolulu among top-ranked cities for walking
 •  Art sale to benefit ailing artist Peggy Chun
 •  Hawaii wellness center offers counseling course
 •  Nationally known nun to discuss culture, spirituality
 •  Spirituality series to focus on mystics

Local News
 •  Hundreds meet with Lingle on Turtle Bay
 •  Presidential hopeful Clinton wins, still in it Photo gallery
 •  Garbage to energy plant for Big Island
 •  Mast problems found on 13 boats
 •  HMSA chief's pay hits $1.16M, despite losses
 •  McCain clinches, turns focus to general election Photo gallery
 •  Isle Obama supporters disappointed
 •  OHA, UH legislation moving forward
 •  Puppy-tossing incident continues to enrage viewers of online video
 •  City contractor admits theft
 •  Gun-control case dividing state AGs
 •  Convicted Isle man wins high court case
 •  Fire chief’s leadership praised in 2007 evaluation
 •  Schools will drill Friday for tsunami evacuation
 •  Rubber honu race will benefit children's club
 •  New Toastmasters club seeks members, visitors
 •  Middle school to collect recyclable containers
 •  How carbon dioxide in air is endangering reefs
 •  'Melal' author will speak at library tomorrow
 •  Kamehameha quarter making big impression Video
 •  40,000 pounds of beef dumped Photo gallery Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  South Side trumps surf in politics

 •  Emotions help ignite UH's fiery point guard
 •  Rawson returning to starting lineup
 •  Tired Favre calls it a career Photo gallery
 •  Strength, athleticism lift walk-ons' hopes
 •  ILH teams steeped in talent
 •  New-look OIA to test teams' pitching depth
 •  Schedule
 •  Track and Field
 •  Cardinals sign LaBoy for $22M
 •  Baseball exhibition linescores Photo gallery
 •  Catching the name of Kip's game at Long Beach
 •  Homecoming for Hussey, Horswill
 •  HPU softball sweeps
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  He was as Favre out as could be

Island Life
 •  Prom on the cheap
 •  Home accents from all over found in Place Photo gallery
 •  'Lost' adventure targets fans
 •  50 Cent returning to Hawaii for a gig at Blaisdell
 •  Readers Theatre trots out its best
 •  Nabors to get Legacy award
 •  'Legacy of Aloha' tees raise funds
 •  Stir up synergy
 •  Say cheese! Grocers clamor for specialty food
 •  Quick mole still tastes long-simmered
 •  Superfoods tasty together and good for you, too
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  It's a great time to bake a soda bread
 •  Cut out the butter without losing flavor
 •  Win this recipe contest and take home $20,000
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Bringing up Mommy: It's like he never left
 •  Sam Choy makes an 'ono salad

 •  Kaiser posts profit; HMSA loses $22.6M
 •  Hotel occupancy, room rates climb
 •  2 Isle banks could gain tens of millions from Visa's IPO
 •  'Excellent' trip rating dips a bit
 •  Biodiesel business began as eco-effort
 •  Learn how to attract buyers using eBay
 •  Mizutani returning to KHON's news staff
 •  iPod thefts blamed for crime rate hike
 •  Financial institutions urged to lessen mortgage balances
 •  AUW lays off four full-time workers, cuts '211' service hours
 •  Aerospace, defense worry about future
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Aussie firm buys Oahu water park
 •  Hearings urged on bank buyout of Countrywide
 •  Trade Winds

 •  City should pledge local funds in transit start-up
 •  Surge of support would help Afghanistan
 •  Waikiki's new look good for business
 •  South Side trumps surf in politics
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  50 Cent returning to Hawaii for a gig at Blaisdell
 •  Readers Theatre trots out its best
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  78th Geneva International Motor Show
 •  Seth's Pix
 •  Republicans on the campaign trail
 •  Democrats on the campaign trail
 •  Dumping recalled beef
 •  Mayor's cabinet rides TheBoat
 •  Furniture and artworks from around the world at the Place
 •  Spring Training
 •  Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre announces his retirement after 17 seasons in the NFL