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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 10, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Waikiki man facing federal gun, drug charges
 •  Friends to search for missing Kailua woman
 •  Hilo reporters fired illegally, judge rules
 •  More syringes reported at Oneula Beach Park
 •  Short circuit caused WikiWiki shuttle fire
 •  Patsy Mink’s memory lives on in Maui High field
 •  Filming begins on movie about Princess Kaiulani
 •  No problems heading into Oahu rush-hour traffic
 •  Soldier's death on Big Island prompts lawsuit
 •  Lambda Legal says gay couple unfairly denied housing
 •  Plans would affect 2 Ewa Beach elementary schools
 •  Health department cites 7 companies, agencies
 •  Moanalua Freeway re-opened
 •  Man claiming molestation sues Catholic church
 •  City holds neighborhood briefings on rail project
 •  Karl Godsey promoted to HPD deputy chief
 •  President, CEO for Central Pacific Bank to retire
 •  HFD tip of the month: Eliminate cooking fires
 •  Accident reported in townbound Pali tunnels
 •  European Union probing U.S. Internet gambling laws
 •  Military says 5 U.S. soldiers killed in Baghdad attack
 •  More light winds, sunshine on tap today
 •  '10,000 B.C.’ tops box office with $35.7 million debut
 •  Rezko's connection to Obama answered in Q&A
 •  Meeting on Hawaii Kai bus routes is tonight
 •  Roadwork resumes around Oahu
 •  DOT announces Maui roadwork schedule
 •  Highways repairs this week on Kauai
 •  City signs $2.1 million contract to build EMS facility
 •  Speaker set for Freedom of Information Day lunch
 •  KCC’s 20th International Festival begins March 17
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  More roadwork set for Fort Weaver Road
 •  Transit meetings begin today across Oahu
 •  Natasha Kai scores goal in U.S. women's soccer win
 •  Chat with Craig Stutzmann today
 •  Employers may lose $1.7B during March Madness
 •  Final event in Yankee Stadium could be NHL game
 •  UH men's volleyball ranked No. 14
 •  Baseball: Dodgers LaRoche out 8-10 weeks
 •  Baseball: Giants' Lowry targets mid-April for return
 •  Baseball: Giants, A’s will be a terrible tandem
 •  CBKB: Arizona's Lute Olson will be back next year
 •  CBB: Collegiate Baseball Top 25
 •  CBB: Baseball America Top 25
 •  Iditarod: Mackey regains lead, King close behind
 •  NBA: Iverson will play despite fractured finger
 •  NBA: Season's over for Heat's Dwyane Wade
 •  NFL: RB Warrick Dunn returns to Buccaneers
 •  NFL: Seahawks sign running back Julius Jones
 •  NFL: QB Green gets 3-year deal to return to Rams
 •  NFL: TE Ben Troupe signs with Buccaneers
 •  NFL: Browns sign versatile OL Hadnot to 2-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Tight end Eric Johnson re-signs with Saints
 •  NFL: Bills help offense with signing of TE Anderson
 •  NFL: Titans sign OL Jake Scott from Colts
 •  NFL: Rented SUV involved in Sean Taylor murder
 •  NFL: Steelers LB charged with assaulting girlfriend
 •  NFL: Jets sign ex-Dolphin RB Chatman to 1-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Will Patriots Spygate cover-up unveil more?
 •  Obituary: Former Kansas, NFL great Schnellbacher
 •  Olympics: Air quality could keep top runner from Games
 •  UH: McMackin to speak at alumni lunch today
 •  On the air today: Hoops, hockey, arena football
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH baseball, hoops, Lakers
 •  Honolulu among top mid-sized cities for 'empty nesters'
 •  Spending by Canadians posts biggest increase in 2007
 •  Seminar on patents and trademarks set for March 20
 •  Wall Street wavers in early trading
 •  Malaysian markets tumble; trading halted
 •  Classic rock band Chicago to play Hawaii in April
 •  John Cruz to play Waikiki Shell June 19
 •  Ailing Peggy Chun's Damien mosaic unveiled
 •  St. Patrick's Day music, dancing at Aloha Tower
 •  Photovoltaic workshop coming this weekend
 •  Pacific Islanders awards $50,000 for documentary
 •  King's Cathedral to present Easter musical
 •  Jimmy Borges to play Lenten jazz at Kawaiahao
 •  Free dance workshop today at UH
 •  Review: Physical comedy in ‘Rap’s Hawaii’ gets laughs

Local News
 •  Teens were 'punks,' Jervis lawyer says
 •  Ilima Intermediate fights raise alarms
 •  Can Waikiki handle growth? Photo gallery Video
 •  Kailua Project Grad imperiled
 •  Friends turn out to help artist Chun Photo gallery
 •  Democrats eye re-votes in Fla., Mich.
 •  Girl in Clinton's '3 a.m.' ad now 17, backs Obama
 •  Proposals aim to sustain agriculture
 •  K-Bay P-3C Orions will be replaced
 •  Finding the enemy hidden in plain sight
 •  Army combat chow now fit for gourmets
 •  Kaloko breach brought action
 •  Meetings on paving work on Ochiro, Papa'alo roads
 •  UH prof to speak about global climate and Isles
 •  Easter egg hunt, story session planned at library
 •  State Library showing amateur photography
 •  Ha'iku-Kamehameha signals being upgraded
 •  Fort Weaver lanes again to be closed this week
 •  Nighttime H-1 closures this week for resurfacing
 •  Imua Family Services receives $2,500 grant
 •  Mariner's Ridge road safety project urged
 •  Woman, 25, missing since Wednesday
 •  Obituaries
 •  Guard troops from Isles helped rescue stranded senators

 •  Clay wins gold in world heptathlon Photo gallery
 •  Dirtbags make a clean sweep Photo gallery
 •  Gibson named to all-defensive team
 •  Rainbows' Smith honored for work under the boards
 •  No rest for weary Hawaii
 •  Rainbows come up short in title game
 •  Believe it or not, O'Hair wins PODS
 •  North Carolina women win ACC
 •  Never too late to celebrate for SEC titlist Vols
 •  Maui golf pro close to deal in NFL spy case
 •  Alabama-Birmingham rolls through Hawaii-Hilo, 11-3
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Create a pile of bills...the good kind
 •  Be role model for your children — and stick with it
 •  School shooting revives debate on antidepressants
 •  Problems dwindle in perspective
 •  'Maui's Kite' a fun adventure for keiki
 •  Buy a tag that does environment good
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  'Maui's Kite' a fun adventure for keiki

 •  Ritz-Carlton projects add to luxury options
 •  Outrigger plans to manage $80 million Australia condo
 •  Even in California, green fuel doesn't come easy
 •  Inn's owner fights boycott with lure of strippers
 •  USB turntable gives new life to vinyl collections as MP3s
 •  MobiTV moves to shut forum
 •  Beehive bandits hit hard at almond pollination
 •  Circuit City counts on 'The City' to turn profit
 •  $75M in gift cards could be worthless
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Paramount movie clips will go on Facebook

 •  Isles' Sunshine Law is under attack again
 •  HI-5 centers should be accurate, efficient
 •  Tort reform not the answer doctors need
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Maui's Kite' a fun adventure for keiki
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Friends help ailing artist Peggy Chun raise money to pay her medical bills
 •  Waikiki Infrastructure
 •  UH vs. Long Beach State
 •  Bryan Clay heptathlon