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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 1, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Big Island getting 11 new police officers
 •  Police officer assaulted in Waikiki
 •  Wahiawa man suspected luring minor for sex
 •  Fugitive's return to Hawaii pending extradition hearing
 •  Aussie 'Bra Boy' to be tried for assault
 •  Lawmakers fail to override veto of emergency-powers bill
 •  Honolulu Zoo director retiring in June
 •  2 computers stolen from UH-Hilo building
 •  Suspected DUI police officer has prior conviction
 •  Hawaii auditor reappointed for 8-year term
 •  State authorizes Turtle Bay purchase
 •  No serious problems on Honolulu roadways
 •  Hilo special-ed teacher charged with meth trafficking
 •  Senate votes against reconfirming UH regent Lagareta
 •  Family Court judge confirmed for Big Island
 •  Hawaiian group not blocking palace access today
 •  Visa snag prevents Korean pop star from attending Romance fest
 •  25th Infantry Division commander named
 •  NEA grants $1M to Hawaii arts groups
 •  Hawaii caregiver pleads guilty in child-abuse case
 •  Brushfire reported behind old Coronet Store in Makaha
 •  Brushfire reported along Haleahi Road in Waianae
 •  Kauai police ask for help finding Utah man
 •  Water well tests start today in Anahola, Kauai
 •  Surf of 6-10 feet expected along south-facing shores
 •  Fair weather expected to last through the weekend
 •  Big Island police warn of latest Internet scam
 •  High surf advisory continues for south-facing shores
 •  Hawaii 'Law Day' celebration kicks off today
 •  Smoking control conference set for today in Waikiki
 •  Moped operator critically injured in Makaha
 •  Man charged with robbing 3 Honolulu banks
 •  Hilo woman charged in meth raid
 •  Punahou beats Saint Louis; teams play again Saturday for overall title
 •  C.J. Hawthorne signs free-agent deal with Falcons
 •  Wie enters qualifying for US Womenís Open
 •  Baseball: Ex-Dodger executive Bavasi dies
 •  Golf: Ochoa 2 over at LPGA event
 •  Golf: Toms leads; Wilson at 1-under, McLachlin at 1-over
 •  NFL: Bengal LB accused of punching woman
 •  Baseball: Yankee minor leaguer suspended 50 games
 •  Baseball: Agent says Rockies star out until All-Star break
 •  NFL: Lions sign free agent running back
 •  Baseball: Yankee pitcher out until at least July
 •  Poker tournament to delay final table to add drama
 •  NFL: Alleged shooter says Pacman framing him
 •  High school rebounders to move back during free throws
 •  NBA: Carlesimo will return as Seattle coach
 •  Tennis: Nadal in Barcelona quarterfinals
 •  Baseball: Cubs activate Soriano
 •  NBA: Ex-star Rodman arrested in L.A.
 •  Tennis: Safin advances in Munich
 •  NBA: Rookie of the Year announced
 •  NBA: Karl says he'll be tougher next season
 •  Baseball: Astros to activate third baseman from DL
 •  CFB: Hall of Fame class announced
 •  UH offers baseball ticket deals for children
 •  Time change for today's ILH baseball playoff
 •  Penn State beats Ohio State in NCAA menís volleyball semis
 •  NFL: Broncos QB Cutler has Type 1 diabetes
 •  NBA: Pistons finish off Sixers easily
 •  Volleyball: Robert Chavez dies at 46
 •  CBKB: Low's coach at WSU now million dollar man
 •  NFL: Mini-camp dates
 •  Track star arrested on heroin charges
 •  Baseball: Cancer-stricken Murcer back at Yankee Stadium
 •  Documentary 'The Zen of Bobby V' focuses on baseball in Japan
 •  Preps: OIA water polo playoffs
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball playoffs
 •  Preps: King Kekaulike advances in MIL volleyball playoffs
 •  NHL: Any Rangers comeback will be without injured Avery
 •  Olympics: Japan women's basketball team cleared for Olympic play
 •  NBA: Nowitzki calls season 'another wasted year'
 •  Tennis: Roddick, Nishikori to compete in Japan Open
 •  On the air today: Baseball, NBA, NCAA volleyball
 •  Aloha Airlines to resume cargo operations tonight
 •  Oahu median home price down 3.9% in April
 •  Judge OKs sale of Aloha's aviation services unit
 •  Symphony members perform at hotel picket line
 •  Bob's 'Ukukele opens in Royal Hawaiian Center
 •  Local exec to speak at housekeepers association meeting
 •  Filipino WWII vets remembered on PBS tonight
 •  HARA group seeking 'Aloha Is' nominees
 •  HTA issues call for artists for Web site
 •  HISAM offers First Friday exhibit, events
 •  S&S duo to perform in HPR studio May 17
 •  Guest organist to give recital at cathedral

Local News
 •  Group occupies Hawaii palace Photo gallery Video
 •  New bid for Hawaii air cargo company
 •  Hawaiian Air raises its fares and fees
 •  Money key to saving monk seal Video
 •  We're getting older, and fast
 •  Soldier pleads guilty in UH dorm assault
 •  Oregon returning fugitive to Islands
 •  Lingle says there's no need for emergency declaration
 •  Plea deal may mean accused abuser serves no time in jail
 •  Driver in Kane'ohe case enters guilty plea
 •  Menor 'not limping' 2 hours before DUI arrest, man says
 •  Complaint against Djou dismissed
 •  Fund set up to help kids who lost parents in murder-suicide
 •  Automation plan rejected for state Bureau of Conveyances
 •  Music opens door to better learning
 •  Weigh in on school spending
 •  Small private school big on Christian values
 •  2 named state's top volunteers
 •  Rare Fraser's dolphins spotted off Kona Coast
 •  Water in short supply today during well testing
 •  Teens honored in music, drama, writing and arts
 •  Seminar will give kids head start with finances
 •  Orchid sale will benefit community organization
 •  Construction students provide park benches
 •  Aiona will congratulate school robotics team
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Driving with one good eye
 •  Obituaries

 •  Fujikawa in the hunt in Japan
 •  It was 'do or dye, so they did
 •  UH vs. SMU a long shot
 •  UH agrees to renew KKEA's radio pact
 •  Ynigues' one-hitter lifts Leilehua Photo gallery
 •  Team Aloha rebounds in Arizona
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Idaho signs Punahou hoops star
 •  Family ties strong for Castillo, Kop
 •  UHH off to Super Regionals
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Playing near the lead a valuable experience
 •  Johnson fired as Mavericks' coach
 •  Celtics take advantage, 3-2 lead after routing Hawks
 •  UH's Mason on All-MPSF water polo team
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Slowdown behind the showdown

Island Life
 •  Stair master
 •  'Three strikes' serve as positive force for change
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Rubber slippers for fitness?
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Be wary of sugar-laden supplements
 •  May Day is Lei Day
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Rubber slippers for fitness?
 •  Most kids breast-fed now, says U.S. study
 •  Stop Rail Now co-chair off to Europe

 •  Hawaii-based cruise ship drydocked Photo gallery Video
 •  Post office launching online discounts
 •  A&B's profit surges 70%, mostly from condo sales
 •  Isle banks post much different results
 •  Economy limps along at 0.6% growth
 •  Fed's cut a short-term cure for struggling homeowners
 •  Jobless/Web want-ads rate low in Islands
 •  Microsoft may raise $41.9 billion bid for Yahoo
 •  Maui Pine executive Watts resigns
 •  Coming Events
 •  Post office launching online discounts

 •  Heparin case shows FDA must revamp game plan
 •  Solar bill would move us closer to clean energy future
 •  Iraq ó America's half-won, half-lost war
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday