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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 11, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Maui meeting to discuss park rules, fee changes
 •  Coast Guard transports injured seaman to Oahu
 •  Police arrest fugitive in Kalihi
 •  Rev. Frank Chong service on March 19
 •  Man sought for questioning in assault on woman, 78
 •  Public hearing on Maui will discuss sonar use
 •  Lahaina bank robber still at large
 •  Missing woman found safe in Laie
 •  Waikiki, Waipahu collisions may slow traffic flow
 •  Police investigating narcotics theft from hospital
 •  UH responds to threat of same-sex housing suit
 •  Adm. Fallon resigns under fire over Iran policy
 •  Deputy’s killer sentenced to at least 50 years
 •  Slaughterhouse labor practices probed in beef recall
 •  EPA study criticizes Upcountry Maui water system
 •  Civil Air Patrol West Oahu to hold open house
 •  LDS to offer free car washes, open house March 22
 •  LCC’s international education fest begins tomorrow
 •  China’s military spending concerns Adm. Keating
 •  Free-gas promo at Lex Brodie's drew hundreds - video Video
 •  2 elderly pedestrians at Queen's after struck in Manoa
 •  Sekiya's allowed back in business after E.coli outbreak
 •  John Roderick, longtime AP China-watcher, dies at 93
 •  Friends to search for missing Kailua woman today
 •  Hawaii auto show attendance up 3.5% in 2008
 •  Female teen sought in Venus club stabbing case today
 •  Police warn of credit card scam on Big Island
 •  Flatbed truck spills load on Kauai
 •  Gas prices nationally soar to record heights
 •  Hawaii surf starting to increase with northwest swell
 •  NOAA launches tsunami-warning buoys in S. Pacific
 •  Deadline extended for campaign spending commission
 •  Application deadline Friday for ethics commission
 •  More sun, little wind or rain expected today
 •  Benefit set for whalesong foundation
 •  JPAC to hold arrival ceremony on Friday
 •  Airman lost in 1942 crash identified by JPAC
 •  Three more U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq
 •  Molokai Community meeting today
 •  Energy-generating wind turbine at UH
 •  Shuttle Endeavour blasts off from Cape Canaveral
 •  Active living workshops set for Leeward Coast
 •  More than $700,000 released for cesspool repairs
 •  Free gas promotion slowing downtown traffic
 •  UH Baseball: Rainbows beat UAB in ninth, 4-3
 •  Leilehua grad on College Football Hall of Fame ballot
 •  Chat with UH linebacker Blaze Soares today
 •  WAC men's basketball tournament schedule
 •  WAC women's basketball tournament schedule
 •  Baseball: Winter Baseball player updates
 •  Baseball: Billy Crystal to play in Yanks' exhibition game
 •  CBKB: N. Carolina to retire Hansbrough’s jersey
 •  Beach volleyball: McPeak, Olympic star, to retire
 •  Drugs: 1.3 tons of anabolic steroids, other drugs seized
 •  Iditarod: 3 hurt as plane goes down by checkpoint
 •  Iditarod: Mackey, King frontrunners heading for Nome
 •  NBA: Warriors to keep coach Nelson for next season
 •  NFL: Panthers cut C Hartwig as line gets makeover
 •  NFL: Woman drops case against Patriots’ Moss
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign Ravens WR Devard Darling
 •  NFL: Fitzgerald, Cardinals agree to $40M, 4-yr. deal
 •  NFL: Panthers WR Jarrett charged with DWI
 •  NFL Films lays off nearly 10 percent of its employees
 •  NFL: Note to Cowboys: Pass on Pacman
 •  Olympics: Actor Clooney pressures sponsor over Darfur
 •  Olympics: Clean air promised in time for Beijing Games
 •  Pro wrestling: Hardy suspended for drug policy violation
 •  Skiing: Bode Miller slams officials for canceling downhill
 •  Soccer: U.S. men held to tie in Olympic qualifying
 •  Soccer: Did jealous boyfriend spark brawl that injured 83?
 •  Tennis: Federer, Sampras put on quite a show at Garden
 •  Tennis: Federer tops Sampras as present bests past
 •  UH: Women's volleyball to play March 18, 21
 •  UH: Ride with Pride program helps athletics
 •  Volleyball: BYU on probation for men’s violations
 •  On the air today: UH baseball, hoops, hockey
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH baseball, hoops
 •  Medical tort reform gets new life in Legislature
 •  Dole to sell 2,000 acres in Central Oahu for $39 million
 •  ERS moves closer to setting up venture capital program
 •  Target buys the land under its planned Kapolei store
 •  SEC: Local residents allegedly bilked in investor scam
 •  Horizon matches Matson's surcharge hike to 33.75%
 •  Deadline nears for agriculture leadership program
 •  Hawaii unemployment rate steady at 3.1% in January
 •  Dow closes above 400, has biggest 1-day gain since ’02
 •  Hawaiian passenger count up, load factor down in Feb.
 •  Hulu, a Web-based video venture, officially launches
 •  Photojournalist Gerd Ludwig at UH-Manoa March 22
 •  Hard Rock Cafe hosts St. Patrick's Day fashion show
 •  Maui's Ocean vodka served at NYC's 'South Pacific'
 •  John Butler Trio plays Pipeline Cafe April 9
 •  Ulua Theatre to present one-man play 'Vincent'
 •  Organic fashion show to be St. Patrick's Day
 •  Catholic diocese offers ecumenical study tour
 •  Native plants the focus of Grow Hawaiian fest
 •  HTY's 'Maui's Kite' coming to a library near you
 •  Interfaith group plans 'Polite Conversations' event
 •  Former 'Gilligan’s Island’ star caught with marijuana

Local News
 •  Kaneohe Marine accused of ID theft
 •  Steel rail transit costs less, but it's noisier
 •  Jervis case has Oahu buzzing
 •  Central Pacific's CEO getting $5 million retirement deal
 •  Nader's election suit in court
 •  House OKs $10.7B budget, less than Lingle's proposal
 •  Slain soldier's family sues company
 •  West Oahu urged to support transit
 •  Visitors swarm to Kalapana lava flow
 •  Big Isle man sues Catholic Church
 •  New pier part of planned Lahaina harbor upgrades
 •  Friday attacks on elderly alarm Mililani residents
 •  Students may shift from Keone'ula to 'Ewa Beach
 •  Rep. Oshiro to brief constituents on session
 •  Medical needles found on beach at Hau Bush
 •  KCC's International Festival starts March 17
 •  Kapi'olani sewer work will continue this week
 •  Journalism center head will be keynote speaker
 •  Assistance League of Hawaii sets fundraiser
 •  Gay rights group plans UH lawsuit
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lessons of history lost on Superferry

 •  UH, Jim Donovan agree on salary
 •  'Bows facing uphill battle
 •  Rainbows welcome Asato's return
 •  $40,000 raised to battle cancer
 •  Omoto is Kapolei's king of the hill
 •  Upcoming events
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  OIA Wrestling All-Stars
 •  George Mason back in NCAA tourney
 •  Big Unit throws pain-free in start Photo gallery
 •  BYUH's Porter reaches 1,000th-win milestone
 •  Kai's goal helps U.S. to Algarve final Photo gallery
 •  Chaminade, BYUH earn berths
 •  Hilo splits softball twinbill
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Early WAC exit all too common

Island Life
 •  The Bamboo boys Audio
 •  Five ways to drop ten pounds in weeks
 •  When did Madonna become a rocker?
 •  Crystal suiting up against Pirates
 •  Real-life stories prove that discipline turns kids around
 •  International photos on Advertiser site Photo gallery
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Having multiples calls for planning, flexibility
 •  Talented family keeps Keawe spirit alive

 •  $32M culinary school a step closer for KCC
 •  Living up to the challenge of IHS
 •  Out of tragedy, mother turns to expanding talent agency
 •  Daily spending by tourists rose 1.2%
 •  Median sale price on Maui off slightly
 •  When economy dives, Hollywood earnings soar
 •  Focus on new breakfast items, coffee pays off for McDonald's
 •  Boeing to challenge Pentagon order
 •  Countrywide stocks slide 14% as FBI reportedly starts inquiry
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Bankruptcies
 •  Honolulu ideal for 'empty nesters'
 •  Carlyle Capital trying to prevent asset liquidation

 •  Schools must get grip on campus discipline
 •  Senate should enable voter-owned elections
 •  Sewage treatment waiver backed by science
 •  Mideast policy key element in 2008 campaign
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday