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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 3, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Fishing boat that ran aground removed from reef
 •  Children find skull buried at Kualoa Beach Park
 •  Obama wins close race, beats Clinton in Guam
 •  Man charged with luring two girls via internet
 •  Iolani, Hawaii Baptist Academy tops in math contest
 •  Maui team takes top honors in auto skills meet
 •  Draft released of Maui Island Plan mapping growth
 •  Abandoned monk seal pup brought to Oahu from Kauai
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Residents urged to prepare for brushfire season
 •  Weather: Some sunshine with occasional showers
 •  Lingle to attend global futures forum in Jerusalem
 •  6 missing foster children found last week
 •  Oahu Family Court offers free divorce law seminar
 •  Pedestrian accident reported at Kaheka, Makaloa
 •  Crash reported on Ala Aolani Street in Moanalua
 •  Some Vineyard Blvd. lanes closed this morning
 •  4-6-foot surf expected on Oahu's south, east shores
 •  Vehicle fire reported on Waianae Valley Road
 •  Black Pot Beach on Kauai to close for two weeks
 •  Baker named head of school at Maui Preparatory
 •  Preps: Mililani wins OIA Red softball title
 •  Preps: Kahuku girls, Radford boys win OIA track titles
 •  Fujikawa shoots 70, finishes tied for 48th in Japan
 •  Today's Hawaii Sports Scoreboard
 •  Preps: Farrington tops Kaiser for OIA White softball title
 •  Punahou beats Saint Louis for ILH baseball championship
 •  Rhodes, Catricala lift Rainbows to victory over Sacramento State
 •  Sacramento State tops UH to earn baseball doubleheader split
 •  Robinson pitches two-hitter as UH sweeps Utah St. in softball
 •  Rainbows top Utah State in WAC softball, 5-2
 •  Kai gets assist in U.S. women's soccer win over Australia
 •  Wilson shoots 74, McLachlin 72 in Wachovia Championship
 •  NBA: West leads Hornets over Spurs
 •  Boxing: De La Hoya wins easy decision
 •  NBA: Fire stunt delays Spurs-Hornets game
 •  Baseball: Boston OF Moss has appendectomy
 •  Autos: Bowyer wins wild Richmond race
 •  NBA: Pistons rout Magic 91-72 in Game 1 of second-round series
 •  NHL: Upshall's goal lifts Flyers into Eastern Conference final
 •  Penn State wins first NCAA men's volleyball title in 14 years
 •  Golf: Nick Price leads Champions event; Scott Simpson 2 strokes back
 •  Filly Eight Belles breaks down after 2nd-place Derby finish
 •  Big Brown delivers convincing Kentucky Derby win; runner-up euthanized
 •  Boxing: Arslan retains WBA cruiserweight title against Wilson
 •  College baseball: Trinity College finishes regular season undefeated
 •  Golf: Anthony Kim roars to 4-shot lead at Wachovia Championship
 •  NBA: Bryant, Lakers anxious to end layoff
 •  NFL: Niners give thumbs-up to headsets for defensive players
 •  Kentucky Derby: Einstein wins Turf Classic on undercard
 •  Golf: Creamer seizes control as Ochoa falters
 •  NBA: Talks heating up between Mavs, Carlisle
 •  Tennis: Nadal to face Ferrer in Barcelona final
 •  NY lawsuit seeks damages from ESPN for use of Rockwell illustration
 •  NBA: Hawks' Williams isn't sure if he can play in Game 7
 •  Tennis: Gonzalez beats El Aynaoui, reaches BMW Open final
 •  NHL: Rangers LW Sean Avery out of intensive care
 •  Baseball: Julio Franco, 49, ends 23-year career
 •  Autos: Bobby Labonte agrees to extension with Petty
 •  Kentucky Derby: Hats, mud, mint juleps rule at Derby
 •  Boxing: Measure sought to legalize white-collar boxing shows in NY
 •  Autos: American Colin Edwards breaks through for pole position in China
 •  Olympics: Torch passes through Chinese city Macau
 •  Tennis: Zvonareva, Azarenka in Prague final
 •  Laker Kobe Bryant reportedly wins first MVP award
 •  Preps: Lunas capture third straight MIL water polo crown
 •  Sign-ups: Ex-UH star Deitre Collins at volleyball clinic
 •  Sign-ups: Canoe paddling clinic
 •  UH offers baseball ticket deal for children
 •  Preps: Seabury Hall, KS-Maui win MIL volleyball titles
 •  Preps: ILH softball standings, scores
 •  Preps: Spring state tournaments schedule
 •  On the air today: Kentucky Derby, prep softball, UH baseball
 •  On the air Sunday: NBA playoffs, UH softball
 •  Microsoft abandons Yahoo bid, rebuffing higher sale price

Local News
 •  Superferry paid $379,431 for lobbying
 •  Aloha cargo service back in full swing
 •  Boomers embrace 'forever homes' Photo gallery Video
 •  Lingle plans to hold over Lagareta
 •  Law spelled out to protesters
 •  Fire-fighting bills draw praise
 •  Stamp honors 'Hawaii' author James Michener
 •  Officer: Menor refused DUI test
 •  Rules offer credit-card users more protection
 •  Helicopter pilot error cited in '07 Maui crash
 •  Clinton, Obama turn attention to Guam voters
 •  Big Isle police fire shots at car
 •  Kauai seeing increase in gas thefts
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Rainbows turn back Hornets in opener
 •  Fujikawa falls back in The Crowns
 •  Wet, wide-open race expected today
 •  Hawaii making its postseason push
 •  WAC to avoid schedule fiasco
 •  Mililani, Campbell in OIA final Photo gallery
 •  Sabers hold off Menehune for 2-1 win
 •  OIA volleyball semifinals set
 •  Dacosin, Liilii lift Castle in tourney
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Dolphins' No. 1 pick has strong first day Photo gallery
 •  Hawks tie series with Celtics
 •  Junior tennis phenom takes swing at himself, but wins
 •  Williams leads by 2 in Hickam
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  For the Love of Spam
 •  Show puts guest actors ‘On the Spot’
 •  It's Free Comic Book Day!
 •  Party in pink at Ala Moana with HawaiiMoms.com
 •  Sunset in Kalihi serves up family fun
 •  Crafts, Food Expo goes on
 •  Votes are in for Hawaii's Most Romantic Man
 •  Tighter budgets grip churches
 •  U.S. Catholics await Egan's successor
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Being a mother is a sacred job
 •  Rabbi will speak on Jerusalem
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  For the Love of Spam

 •  Dole puts 5,000 acres in Wahiawa on market
 •  For rice buyers, bigger is better
 •  Maui L&P reports net loss of $740,000 for 1st quarter
 •  California may give farmers a break on sales regulations
 •  Thailand proposing OPEC-style rice cartel
 •  NanoGreen wins UH competition
 •  Economic downturn milder than expected but could linger
 •  Bargains offered to lure stimulus spending
 •  'Up to Our Eyeballs' vents anger over debt
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Airports get money for upgrades
 •  Microsoft bumps up original bid offer for Yahoo
 •  Coming events

 •  Farrington High plans for smart renovations
 •  Still 'a second-class worker' after 44 years
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Wacky start works in modern dance showcase 'Footholds'
 •  TGI Saturday