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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 29, 2008

Breaking News
 •  West Maui, Upcountry to get automated trash pickup
 •  Few step forward to challenge Hawaii incumbents
 •  Radford rookies shine in robot competition
 •  Fire crews contain 350-acre brushfire on Molokai
 •  50-plus whales an hour spotted in final Hawaii count
 •  Pay raises recommended for Honolulu officials
 •  Kids to rally against cigarettes on Big Island
 •  Vigil for peace in Tibet to be held at state Capitol
 •  Transit meeting to be held in Salt Lake on April 7
 •  $13M aircraft parking ramp planned at Hickam
 •  Moderate south swell expected Monday
 •  Scattered windward showers in forecast for tonight
 •  State plans weekend roadwork on Oahu
 •  Volunteers to conduct whale count around Hawaii
 •  115,300 on hand as Red Sox beat Dodgers
 •  No. 1 North Carolina rolls past Louisville, 83-73, into Final Four
 •  UCLA routs Xavier to reach third straight Final Four
 •  NCAA: Men's basketball tournament glance
 •  UH's Wiktorsson 14th in NCAA platform diving
 •  Rain halts McLachlin, Wilson rounds in Zurich Classic
 •  Robinson leads Rainbow Wahine to sweep of LaTech
 •  Sacramento State completes sweep of Rainbows, 5-2
 •  Grand slam lifts Sacramento State past Rainbows, 6-4
 •  HPU baseball falls to San Francisco State
 •  Kessell pitches HPU softball to 5-0 win
 •  UH-Hilo sweeps Saint Martin's in baseball
 •  Autos: Waltrip says swaybar incident was simply a mistake
 •  Tennis: Roddick wins 3-set thriller at Key Biscayne
 •  NCAA: Women's Tournament schedule, results
 •  CBKB: Nevada's McGee decides to sign agent, leave early
 •  Golf: Ochoa shoots 68 to take 1-stroke lead in Safeway International
 •  Golf: Austin has share of lead; rain halts play at Zurich Classic
 •  Sailing: Alinghi crewmen taken to hospital after boat capsizes
 •  Golf: Langer takes 2-shot lead in Ginn Championship
 •  CBKB: Jim Christian leaves Kent State to become TCU's coach
 •  Soccer: Brazilian great Romario reconsidering decision to retire
 •  Baseball: Astros put Woody Williams on waivers
 •  Tennis: Davenport wins in return to Key Biscayne
 •  Baseball: Book looks at 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'
 •  Baseball: Original lyrics to 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'
 •  Boxing: Sakata successfully defends WBA flyweight title
 •  Olympics: Drama as torch arrival set for Tiananmen
 •  Swimmers or the suits? Australia impresses in Olympic trials
 •  Dogs turning West Virginia teen to mush
 •  Olympics: Amid protests, 2,000 Greek police guard torch
 •  NFL: Browns re-sign OL Seth McKinney to 1-year deal
 •  NFL: Raiders bolster pass rush by signing DE Edwards
 •  NFL: Coles, Jets agree to rework contract
 •  Baseball: Key dates for the 2008 season
 •  Baseball: Top 10 rookies to watch in ’08
 •  Swimming: Aussie breaks women’s world 50 free mark
 •  Preps: Maui outduels KS-Maui, 1-0, in MIL baseball
 •  On the air today: NCAA Final Four berths, golf
 •  On the air tomorrow: Final Four berths, baseball, Lakers
 •  BYU-Hawaii seeks director for entrepreneurship center
 •  Key actors unions split, raising fear of summer walkout

Local News
 •  Lawmakers consider bailing out Aloha Air Photo gallery
 •  Kailua church signs targeted
 •  Schofield-based soldier dies in Iraq
 •  Boulder strikes Palolo home
 •  Two women in Ma'ili struck by motorcycle Video
 •  City pools repaired, back in business
 •  Nader loses Isle vote law challenge
 •  Her fight for special-ed help began 40 years ago
 •  Aluminum wiring may help freeway lights shine again
 •  Warming a threat to birds, coral reef
 •  Patients' ratings of hospitals now online
 •  Retirement site struck by illness
 •  Attorney Frank Ward Hustace Jr.
 •  Obituaries

 •  Davidson, Kansas roll to Elite 8 Photo gallery
 •  UCLA sinks Rainbows, 9-5 Photo gallery
 •  UH baseball drops opener at Sacramento State, 4-2
 •  Dydasco dazzled on field
 •  No. 1 Mid-Pacific rolls past 'Iolani to stay unbeaten, 20-3
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Wilson, McLachlin tied, three off lead in Zurich
 •  Men's NCAA Tournament
 •  Texas, Memphis have field day down South
 •  Drug suspensions on 10-day hold Photo gallery
 •  MLB Exhibition Standings, Summaries
 •  UH's Frick sixth in 3-meter
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Nutty for the game
 •  This is your chance to snag a spot on 'Deal or No Deal'
 •  It's Taste of Hongwanji time
 •  Jazz it up, and you'll help local charities
 •  Japan bebop pianist will jam with locals at rRed Elephant
 •  'Flower Drum Song' is back, live
 •  'Whale Wars' not your typical Animal Planet show
 •  'Oliver!' to open ACT's fall season
 •  Outreach to churches may be hurt
 •  Liberal evangelicals changing political priorities
 •  Dalai Lama's threat to quit raises questions
 •  Faith calendar
 •  We must act on what we believe
 •  Interfaith Open Table Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Book showers help new moms stock a library

 •  Hawaii's jobless rate continues to increase
 •  Hotel industry faring well
 •  Airlines join weight-watchers as fuel costs continue to soar
 •  Avoiding contact with your bill collector not a good idea
 •  After earnest start, BioTown loses steam
 •  Fed power would grow under Bush proposal
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Consumer health indicators weak
 •  Victoria's Secret to open in 2009

 •  For one hour, let's give Earth a break
 •  Applying the age test on campaign trail
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Whale Wars' not your typical Animal Planet show
 •  'Oliver!' to open ACT's fall season
 •  TGI Saturday