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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 31, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Hawaiian expects crush of Aloha passengers
 •  Judge will not stop Aloha shutdown
 •  Governor tries to intervene in case
 •  Aloha employees rally at bankruptcy court
 •  Stranded Aloha passengers given discounted hotel rates
 •  State Senate passes tax relief for interisland airlines
 •  Abercrombie wants reserve oil released to help airlines
 •  Drunken driver hits pedestrian, 3 parked cars in Kalihi Valley
 •  Waianae burglary suspect surrenders to police
 •  Kalama Valley man charged with abusing wife
 •  Maui real estate agent indicted in tax case
 •  Koko Head gets some very visible vandalism
 •  Water heater malfunction caused Niu Valley fire
 •  No major afternoon accidents on Oahu roadways
 •  Court visits spot where Lankford says he dumped body
 •  52 jellyfish stings reported in Waikiki as influx peaks
 •  Hanalei Bay reopens after weekend shark sightings
 •  City to remove aging tree at Thomas Square tomorrow
 •  Bishop Museum sets workshop on reefs, global warming
 •  Auxiliary donates bladder scanner to Maui Memorial
 •  Pearl City High School seeks vendors for craft fair
 •  Spring break is over; students return to school, roads
 •  Trade winds will continue through work week
 •  ’21’ rakes in $23.7 million box-office jackpot to debut at No. 1
 •  Reminder: TheBoat schedule changes start today
 •  Superferry taking reservations again
 •  Series of small swells, trade winds keep surf up
 •  Ala Moana road work under way
 •  Oahu road closures set for this week
 •  Construction slated for Maui highways
 •  Resurfacing projects under way on Kauai
 •  Big Island road projects announced
 •  Building fire reported in Makaha
 •  Video of McMackin's first practice
 •  CFB: Florida WR Harvin might need heel surgery
 •  Torre wins Dodger debut
 •  Torre in LA; Girardi in pinstripes, it's opening day
 •  McMackin era begins at UH
 •  Kai to play for USA in Olympic qualifying tournament
 •  UH's next foe, Stanford, ranked No. 20 in USA Today poll
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams, Henin to renew rivalry
 •  Baseball: Santana wins debut with Mets, 7-2
 •  CBKB: Stanford Lopez twins to turn pro
 •  Baseball: Brewers top Cubs, spoil Fukudome debut
 •  Baseball: Nationals defeat Phillies, 11-6
 •  NFL: Super Bowl champ Giants already back at work
 •  CBKB: Western Ky. coach heading to South Carolina
 •  Baseball: Homers, Webb too much as D'backs win
 •  Baseball: New beginning as Devil Rays beat Orioles
 •  Baseball: Royals spoil Tigers' opener
 •  Colorado Springs approves $53M deal to keep USOC
 •  CBKB: Nevada's McGee, likely 1st-rd. pick, heads to NBA
 •  Tennis: Davenport ousted at Key Biscayne
 •  Baseball: Final Yankee Stadium home opener postponed
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams tops teen to reach quarterfinals
 •  CBKB: Hansbrough, Beasley unanimous All-Am. picks
 •  NFL announces opening-week primetime TV games
 •  NBA: Pacers’ O’Neal returns from injury after 2 months
 •  Swimming: Aussie charged with assault after nightclub flap
 •  Baseball: Coors, Rockies sign 10-yr. sponsorship deal
 •  Olympics: Torch re-lit in amid tight security in Beijing
 •  Preps: Neighbor Island baseball standings
 •  On the air today: Baseball openers, women's hoops
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, hoops, hockey, soccer
 •  Slight drop in February Hawaii vegetable harvest
 •  Hotel occupancy up in February for 2nd-straight month

Local News
 •  Aloha Air halts passenger service Photo gallery Video
 •  Employees, families feel left in lurch
 •  Airline's quick demise didn't surprise everyone
 •  At roll call again, 65 years later Photo gallery Video
 •  Ho'opili input welcome
 •  News causes a chaotic scramble
 •  Lawmakers still hopeful, vow support for workers
 •  Prejudice gave rise to The People's Airline
 •  'It affects our whole quality of life'
 •  Shutdown to leave void, but economic impact looks small
 •  Major events in Aloha Airlines' history Photo gallery
 •  Audit of private prisons possible
 •  'Go for Broke' vets ride namesake C-17
 •  Hawaii makes sure troops get Kona brew
 •  Crowds flocking to see Kilauea
 •  NW Hawaiian Islands proposed for world list
 •  For the Environment
 •  Cardiologist will discuss irregular heartbeats
 •  Single-lane H-1 closures both days and nights
 •  Classes will help parents of kids with problems
 •  Library offers activities, lectures for your family
 •  H-2 Freeway lane will close during day hours
 •  Lane closures planned on Moanalua Freeway
 •  Fun program marked differences in trio of masterworks
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Hawaii soldiers preparing for new Middle East tours

 •  Nationals open new park with win Photo gallery
 •  No Davidsons, just Goliaths Photo gallery
 •  'Bows squander 16-hit attack in falling to Hornets, 10-6
 •  Memphis' Rose proves to be thorn in Texas' side in 85-67 victory
 •  NCAA Tournament Schedule
 •  Top-seeded UConn advances
 •  MLB Exhibition Standings, Summaries
 •  O's left owing $11.9M after cutting Gibbons
 •  Hawaii teen wins trampoline crown
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Get lost in the weavings of Bhutan
 •  'Garbage Warrior' opens 'The Green'
 •  Stylist takes a vested interest in the sleeveless look
 •  Cutting the strings that bind
 •  Cleaning without chemicals
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  20 tips for being frugal and fabulous
 •  Drugstore test lets you check paternity — at home

 •  State PUC raises limits on renewable energy
 •  California firm enters space tourism market
 •  Airline luggage hassles profit shippers
 •  It's game time as hotels bring Wii, Xbox into play
 •  Nation's suburbs welcoming stylish, chic hotels
 •  Regenerating a Hawaiian sense of place
 •  Fate unclear for Isle Disney Store
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Doctors leery of cholesterol drugs Vytorin, Zetia

 •  State must do all it can to help Aloha workers
 •  Why such a big rush to finish OHA audit?
 •  Something scary about wanting job too much
 •  Many in NATO unhappy with America
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Monday