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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 4, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Accused Internet predator in court tomorrow
 •  Cleanup planned for Kailua, Lanikai beaches
 •  Aloha machinists reach tentative agreement with new owner
 •  Extradition status of Kaneohe slaying suspect unknown
 •  Waikiki assault suspect charged
 •  Puna woman charged in assault on police officer
 •  Lingle to attend conference in Jerusalem
 •  Review: Honolulu Symphony shines in 'long and intense' performance
 •  North-northwest swell expected today
 •  Minor quake recorded near Mauna Loa summit
 •  Operation Homefront for Hawaii troops kicks off today
 •  More showers for windward areas
 •  Accident reported near Middle Street merge
 •  Accident reported on Kamehameha Highway
 •  Cyclone kills at least 351 in Myanmar
 •  Sudden wave kills 9 in South Korea
 •  4 Marines killed in Anbar province
 •  More Chinese children die from virus
 •  Lanes closed on H-1 airport viaduct
 •  Somalis say 12 killed in clan fighting
 •  NHL: Stars outlast Sharks in 4 OT, 2-1
 •  Tresnak-Van Gieson, Bartlett, Agorastos win Kaiwi Channel Relay World Championship
 •  Golf: Ching captures Hickam Invitational
 •  Three-run ninth inning rallies UH past Sacramento State, 8-7
 •  Punahou, Kauai earn top seeds for state baseball tourney
 •  Rainbows complete softball sweep of Utah State on Senior Day
 •  Wilson, McLachlin finish strong in Wachovia Championship
 •  Buffanblu earn top seed in state water polo tournament
 •  Bryant scores 38 as Lakers beat Jazz in Game 1
 •  Baldwin wins MIL boys, girls track titles
 •  Celtics beat Hawks 99-65 to advance to second round
 •  NBA: Papa John's apologizes for T-shirts calling James 'crybaby'
 •  NFL: Mike Martz easing into new job rebuilding Niners' offense
 •  Golf: Anthony Kim cruises to win at Wachovia Championship
 •  Golf: Denis Watson birdies final hole to win Champions Tour event
 •  Horse racing: PETA wants Eight Belles jockey suspended
 •  Golf: Creamer beats Inkster in playoff, ends Ochoa's streak
 •  NHL: Hossa's OT goal lifts Penguins into Eastern Conference finals
 •  Autos: Rookies begin practice for Indianapolis 500
 •  Horse racing: Big Brown to stay on Triple Crown trail in Preakness
 •  Beach volleyball: Walsh injury forces top team out of tournament
 •  NFL: Bears RB Benson arrested on intoxicated boating charge
 •  Baseball: Cardinals send struggling reliever Reyes to minors
 •  Baseball: Blue Jays' Halladay wins for first time in 4 starts
 •  NFL: Redskins draft pick Fred Davis a no-show at practice
 •  Baseball: Dustin Moseley on DL, Angels recall 2B Sean Rodriguez
 •  Baseball: Yankees send struggling pitcher Ian Kennedy to minors
 •  Tennis: Nadal wins 4th straight Barcelona Open
 •  Baseball: KC pitcher breaks hand punching door in team hotel
 •  Golf: Peter Lawrie wins Spanish Open on 2nd playoff hole
 •  Baseball: Cubs reach deal with holdout rooftop club owner
 •  Preps: Waiakea, Honokaa win BIIF baseball titles
 •  Tennis: Fernando Gonzalez wins BMW Open
 •  NHL: Rangers LW Sean Avery released from hospital
 •  Running: Jamaica's Usain Bolt runs second fastest 100
 •  Boxing: Mayweather in De La Hoya's sights
 •  Autos: Valentino Rossi snaps Moto GP winless streak in China
 •  Olympics: Chinese cheer on as Olympic torch starts mainland leg
 •  Swimming: Dyatchin wins men's 10K race; Hackett DQ'd
 •  Tennis: Top-seeded Vera Zvonareva wins Prague Open
 •  Running: Bekele wins 5,000 at African meet
 •  UH offers baseball ticket deal for children
 •  Sign-ups: Ex-UH star Deitre Collins at volleyball clinic
 •  Sign-ups: Canoe paddling clinic
 •  Preps: Island Pacific's Westmoreland, Punahou's Lim top seeds in state tennis
 •  On the air today: Celtics-Hawks, Lakers-Jazz, UH softball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, NBA playoffs

Local News
 •  A legacy of bravery, dedication Photo gallery Video
 •  Honolulu police chief wants $51K SUV
 •  U of Hawaii repairs short on funding
 •  Bargain hunters bid for treasure Photo gallery
 •  $5 million Oahu park finally opens
 •  Transit firms backing mayor
 •  Solar power to clotheslines, bills make strides for a greener Hawaii
 •  Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard timeline
 •  Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard workers
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  How they voted
ELECTION
 •  Obama confronts definition of patriotism
 •  Clinton bets on strategist for N.C. win
 •  Changes pledged for U.S. economy
 •  Obama beats Clinton by 7 votes in Guam caucuses
LEGISLATURE
 •  How major bills fared at the Capitol
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Lingle to be part of Jerusalem conference
EDUCATION
 •  'Iolani takes first place in statewide Math Bowl
 •  Maui High team tops in auto skills
POLICE
 •  Man, 23, charged in child sex tryst
ENVIRONMENT
 •  For the Environment
WILDLIFE
 •  Seal pup rescued, flown to Oahu site
OTHER NEWS
 •  Outrigger Canoe Club hits 100 years
 •  Damaged fishing boat freed, then sunk
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Lagareta takes the fall at UH, but legislators share the blame

Sports
 •  Recruit has UH hoops on a high
 •  Hawaii splits twin bill with Sac State
 •  Triumph and tragedy at Derby
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Hawaii sweeps past Utah State
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Punahou rallies to knock off Saint Louis for crown Photo gallery
 •  Trojans top Campbell win second straight Red championship, 4-3 Photo gallery
 •  Moanalua softball places third
 •  Governors take White Conference crown as Tui tosses no-hitter Photo gallery
 •  Na Menehune, Chargers win titles
 •  Kahuku girls roll to OIA water polo championship
 •  Radford boys just edge Mililani for OIA crown Photo gallery
 •  Prep notices
 •  Coming up
GOLF
 •  Fujikawa ties for 48th place
 •  Kim shoots ahead in Wachovia
BASKETBALL
 •  Hornets stuff Spurs, 101-82
BASEBALL
 •  Diamondbacks' Webb beats Mets for 7th win Photo gallery
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Hawaii's Kai has two assists, U.S. tips Australia 5-4
ISLE FILE
 •  Sakaue leads Hickam Invitational by two
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  'The Franchise' coming to Manoa at right time

Island Life
 •  Cutting back
 •  Contemporary Pakistan
 •  For the love of horses, and Hawaii
PARENTING
 •  Father undermines mom's authority over child
TELEVISION
 •  In Korea, horror flicks are hot
PETS
 •  Responsible actions reduce dog-bite risk
BOOKS
 •  What I'm reading: Joan Gencarelli Honolulu president, National League of American Pen Women
 •  Hawaii's best sellers
 •  Lit beat
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Daring Esquire covers on display
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Dad's advice: a leader cares
 •  Don pink for today's festivities
 •  Waikiki Aquarium to train volunteers
 •  Kumu Kahua gets $50K grant
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Shaun Castro's 'Love Movement'
'OHANA
 •  A simple but memorable baby lu'au
 •  Son returns from trip with interest in history
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar
 •  Reunions
MOMS
 •  Dad's advice: a leader cares
 •  Son returns from trip with interest in history
 •  Births

Business
 •  Energy costs squeeze Hawaii firms
 •  Years of research go into your everyday products
 •  Affordable solar power could arrive in a year, start-up says
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Credit unions' higher rates worth look
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Prized possessions go on the block to pay off steadily mounting debts
 •  Done in by e-mail, Net browsing evidence
 •  In Vegas, glitzy homes languish unless they're new
 •  Tips shrinking as economy slumps, squeezing waiters, hairdressers

Opinion
 •  Few bright spots in a session that treaded water
COMMENTARY
 •  Superdelegates to the rescue
 •  Shaping Hawaii's energy future a task for all
 •  Will you be a change leader, too?
 •  Letter reveals 'scary' life in Tibet
 •  Misery ousts 'Casablanca' glamour from airports
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Much ado about a shirt, and its coverage
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  In Korea, horror flicks are hot
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Life on the canal Photo gallery
 •  Cute and courageous watch surfer dogs go for glory
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  More teens travel, but they do it to work and learn
 •  Let's go: Hawaii and the World
 •  On the Butch Cassidy trail in Utah
 •  Travel Almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  4th metaresort being planned