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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 20, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Aloha Airlines files for bankruptcy
 •  Aloha bankruptcy: Q and A
 •  Major events in Aloha Airlines' history
 •  Suspects arrested, purse recovered in Waianae robbery
 •  Abercrombie wants boycott of Beijing Olympics
 •  Indictment adds harassment to Jervis' charges
 •  Honolulu man charged with child sex assaults
 •  Fugitive is suspect in Mililani robbery
 •  Norwalk virus spread at Leahi contained
 •  Man charged with trashing Kona bar
 •  No major afternoon accidents on Oahu roadways
 •  Girl, 4, revived, man unconscious after near-drownings
 •  Man shot to death at Pearlridge identified
 •  Genetically modified taro research bill is deferred
 •  Donation to Foodbank could win you free gas for year
 •  City to hold meeting on Wilhelmina Rise sewer project
 •  Asian markets rebound from lows, end mixed
 •  Charles Djou running for Congress
 •  High surf advisory issued for east-facing shores
 •  Isolated showers in the forecast for today
 •  Kailua holds town meeting tonight
 •  Kalihi Stream cleanup set for Saturday
 •  Last day to enjoy KCC International Festival
 •  Oahu motorists advised of lane closures
 •  Wall Street rebounds after yesterday's drop
 •  Fire under control on Kamehame Ridge
 •  Downtown egg exhibit open to public tomorrow
 •  Low scores 11 as WSU rolls
 •  Friesen wins NCAA diving title
 •  Stanford wins brain game vs, Cornell
 •  NCAA: WSU plays Notre Dame 12:40 p.m. Saturday
 •  NCAA: Wisconsin controls boards, Fullerton, 71-56
 •  NCAA: Today's basketball tournament results
 •  NCAA: Love scores 20 as West No. 1 UCLA romps
 •  NCAA: Long-range accuracy helps West Virginia win
 •  NCAA: No George Mason magic as Notre Dame rolls
 •  NCAA: Texas A&M holds off BYU, 67-62
 •  NCAA: Beasley, K-State beat O.J. Mayo, USC
 •  NCAA: Duke barely gets by 15th-seed Belmont 71-70
 •  NCAA: Stanford hammers Cornell, 77-53
 •  NCAA: Purdue rolls over Baylor, 90-79
 •  NCAA: Pittsburgh eases by Oral Roberts, 82-63
 •  NCAA: UNLV runs by Kent State, 71-58
 •  NCAA: Marquette tops Kentucky, 74-66
 •  NCAA: Michigan State downs Temple, 72-61
 •  NCAA: Xavier gets past Georgia, 73-61
 •  NCAA: No. 1 seed Kansas tops Portland State
 •  NCAA: Basketball tournament glance
 •  NCAA: Obama likes Tar Heels to win it all
 •  Baseball: Garciaparra out with broken hand
 •  Baseball: Giants’ Durham has hamstring ailment
 •  Baseball: Reds send top prospect Bruce to minors
 •  Baseball: Nationals release pitcher Patterson
 •  Baseball: Cards sign pitcher Wainwright to 4-year deal
 •  Baseball: Toronto closer Ryan has sore elbow
 •  Baseball: Valentine wants U.S.-Japan series in Hawaii
 •  Baseball: Red Sox land in Japan
 •  Baseball: Indians send Snyder, 8 others to minor-league camp
 •  Baseball: Unknowns in infield? Giants might test rookies
 •  CBKB: NIT results, schedule
 •  CBKB: College Basketball Invitational results, schedule
 •  Cheerleading: Five-time champs HPU on display
 •  Golf: Ogilvy, Jimenez stay ahead of Tiger, for now
 •  NBA: Allen returns, hits late 3 to lift Celtics over Mavs
 •  NBA: Bryant helps Lakers end Jazz’s 19-game streak
 •  NFL: Vikings sign safety Michael Boulware
 •  NFL: Texans re-sign Demps, Kalu
 •  NFL: Patriots add cornerback Bryant
 •  NFL: Bengals sign LB Johnson
 •  NFL: Steelers release Wilson a day after arrest
 •  Preps: Brock, Shishido combine on no-hitter for Bears
 •  Preps: ILH baseball standings
 •  Preps: OIA baseball standings
 •  Preps: ILH softball standings
 •  Preps: OIA softball standings
 •  Tennis: Djokovic, Ivanovic advance at Indian Wells
 •  Skating: Asada captures women's world title
 •  Tennis: WTA to show 8 matches free on Web site in '08
 •  UH: Online chats with 2 Warriors today
 •  UH: McMackin heads Warrior Coaching Clinic April 19
 •  UH: Football season-ticket renewal deadline today
 •  UH: Athletic department seeks online feedback
 •  UH: Alumni get 2-for-1 tickets during Fresno St. bb series
 •  On the air tomorrow: NCAA hoops, Lakers, UH baseball
 •  On the air today: March Madness tips off; UH baseball
 •  DR Horton offers photovoltaic systems on Makakilo units
 •  Primo Beer to be sold by the bottle starting Monday
 •  Shidler completes merger to form new real-estate trust
 •  State warns consumers of vehicle warranty scam
 •  Golf store to open on Maui
 •  'Love Without Limits' lectures set
 •  Diamond Head Theatre adds 2 ‘Flower Drum’ shows
 •  2 Pacific Ballet Academy teens to compete in NYC event
 •  Episcopal bishop to give Punchbowl sunrise talk
 •  Filipino groups to host 'Pabasa' Good Friday event
 •  New venue for Nat'l Geographic photographer's talk

Local News
 •  Kilauea eruption blasts rocks across landscape Photo gallery
 •  Defense says Watanabe died in leap from truck
 •  Auto-theft suspect killed by police at mall Video
 •  Council to rethink transit options
 •  Princess Ka'iulani film outrages some Hawaiians
 •  100 testify on taro moratorium bill
 •  Voters to decide on conflict of interest
 •  Konawaena High works to overcome small size
 •  Top youth essay writers awarded
 •  Educators fighting back against bullies
 •  College students stress out
 •  'Horrible and disturbing'
 •  Burglary suspect also charged with injuring elderly resident
 •  Volunteers sought for special-needs Camp Imua
 •  Make donation and get chance of free gasoline
 •  Maintenance help at xeriscape garden sought
 •  Lifeguard tower added to Anahola Beach Park
 •  Haleakala bike-tour ban extended
 •  Habitat for Humanity holding one last meeting
 •  Beach park's comfort station will be closed
 •  All those brown trees aren't dead, just dormant
 •  Kauai opposition to ferry still strong
 •  West-side beach going public Photo gallery
 •  Turtle Bay acquisition talks upbeat
 •  Motorcyclist dies in Mo'ili'ili crash
 •  Pet store is friendly, dog's not
 •  Obituaries

 •  Role reversal for WSU's Low
 •  UH arrives 'home' in California
 •  Rainbows see WAC season as fresh start
 •  Changes didn't hamper Rodrigues' game
 •  Lishman proved worthy of Kalaheo greatness
 •  Pearl City rallies past 'Aiea in OIA Red West, 7-2
 •  Steinhoff gets Gatorade honor
 •  Oklahoma State wins; UH finishes fourth
 •  Hoping Tiger can outrun the 'curse'
 •  Amatour's best in 2007: Sonnenberg
 •  Nike tabs Kageyama for advisory staff
 •  Holes in One
 •  R&R in Montana after tough 'Florida Swing'
 •  Baseball exhibition Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii splits in softball tourney
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Spike this change in volleyball

Island Life
 •  Sit up and take action Video
 •  'Lost' fills in gaps with Michael's return
 •  Video games not a substitute for exercise
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Great new ways to get healthy
 •  Mole removed from Cooper
 •  Photojournalist to talk on 'Soul and Meaning'
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Keeping money secrets: A form of infidelity?
 •  A parenting guide from a gay uncle
 •  Kenny G concerts are star-studded affairs

 •  Charley's Taxi co-founder dies at 94
 •  Hoku Scientific sets up deal to expand plant
 •  IRS to help with returns so folks can get stimulus check
 •  After saving energy, recycle intact CFLs Video
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Maui L&P to trade on Big Board
 •  Morgan Stanley tops expectations
 •  State penalizes RRR Recycling
 •  After saving energy, recycle intact CFLs Video

 •  Senate fumbled duty on ceded land accord
 •  New EPA ozone rules fall short of the mark
 •  Inherited black anger and the church pulpit
 •  Hope and change amid America's despair
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday