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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 5, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Fugitive waives extradition to Honolulu
 •  Honolulu police getting 7 hybrid vehicles
 •  Guam Democrats split on Clinton, Obama
 •  Official media: 10,000 dead in 1 town from Myanmar cyclone
 •  Maui gas pumps unchecked
 •  Meeting tomorrow on new school boundaries in Ewa Beach
 •  Maui's normally wet period ending up dry
 •  3 collisions may slow traffic flow
 •  Injured python found in Hilo
 •  Farrington students and staff possibly exposed to TB
 •  Baby monk seal in critical-but-stable condition
 •  Sovereignty group returns, now has a permit
 •  Girl, 10, struck by vehicle
 •  Two Hawaii teen volunteers honored in D.C.
 •  Oceanic experiencing problems
 •  Isolated showers, gusting winds expected today
 •  Wall Street trading low in response to Yahoo news
 •  Yahoo stocks drop 17% after Microsoft pullout
 •  Obama, Clinton hit morning shows circuit
 •  Small quake rattles Missouri
 •  Surf rising along northern shores
 •  Rising food prices lead to riots in Somalia
 •  Thousands of viral cases, another death, reported in China
 •  Marvel turns `Iron Man’ into $100 million machine
 •  Airport lane closures start today
 •  More pothole repairs on Kamehameha Highway
 •  Kahekili landscaping project resumes
 •  Ala Moana improvements continue in Waikiki
 •  Honoapiilani Highway nighttime roadwork
 •  Waimanalo man charged with car break-ins
 •  Waipahu beats Hilo for state softball berth
 •  Paul leads Hornets to easy win over Spurs in Game 2
 •  Pistons beat Magic, 100-93, for 2-0 series lead
 •  Rainbow Wahine is WAC softball player of the week
 •  Derby tragedy sparks animal rights protest
 •  CBB: Georgia Tech player died of morphine toxicity
 •  Tebow’s legend grows when QB assists on missionary trip
 •  Clemens denies affair, but apologizes for ’mistakes in personal life’
 •  Eight Belles’ trainer defends jockey
 •  Beijing tightens security around Tiananmen Square
 •  NBA: Pistons Billups wins sportsmanship award
 •  NFL: Bears’ Benson plans to fight charges
 •  NFL: Steelers draft pick Mendenhall robbed
 •  Baseball: KC pitcher apologizes for injuring hand
 •  Calif. lawmakers honor NFL star, ’Stand and Deliver’ teacher
 •  NBA: Suns allow coach D’Antoni to talk to other teams
 •  Rockies’ pitcher to have surgery for blood clot in right hand
 •  Autos: Indy rookie crashes during practice, hospitalized
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball playoffs
 •  Preps: Island Pacific's Westmoreland, Punahou's Lim top seeds in state tennis
 •  On the air today: Baseball, NBA playoffs
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA playoffs, OIA volleyball
 •  Lingle releases $19.5M for airport A/C project
 •  Maui Prince Hotel, golf clubhouse get facelift
 •  Some Oceanic cable services not working
 •  Hawaiian Electric Industries' profit rises in first quarter
 •  Kaiser Permanente completes outpatient records project
 •  Wal-Mart rolls out $10 drug program here, nationally
 •  Hawaii Bankers Association announces officers
 •  Coffman named to senior post at Aloha Airlines cargo
 •  Zuttermeister, Grieg lead Na Hoku Hanohano award nominations
 •  Uncle's Fish Market now serving up dinners
 •  'Japanese Superheroes' to appear at Shirokiya
 •  Ministry for disabled plans Mother's Day event
 •  Waimanalo man charged with car break-ins

Local News
 •  Energy costs force a greener Hawaii
 •  Anti-rail efforts driven by vocal pair
 •  City seeks Kailua flood solution
 •  Fewer opportunities for summer school
 •  Inspiring moms share spotlight Photo gallery
 •  Measure on illegal ATV use advances
 •  Debate is on over definition of 'dam'
 •  Dems joust over Iran, gas-tax plan in 'final push'
 •  Tripler marks 60 years of service Photo gallery
 •  Two Aegis warships 'unfit'
 •  Even Harry Potter no match for kid classics
 •  Puna incident results in charges
 •  Union, Aloha Air Cargo buyer agree
 •  State eyes '09 start for Lahaina bypass
 •  Glass-bottom boat tours offer Kane'ohe Bay trivia
 •  Fort Weaver closures continue this week
 •  Pothole repair work on Kamehameha Highway
 •  Bus routes added to busy north-shore commute
 •  Maui Memorial Medical Center fully accredited
 •  Nighttime closures this week on H-1 eastbound
 •  Go shopping, support Foodbank at Free Market
 •  Symphony delights with great German Romantics
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Repair project to close H-1 airport viaduct lanes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Controversy in appointment of new commander

 •  Three-run ninth boosts 'Bows, 8-7 Photo gallery
 •  Tresnak, Van Gieson tough it out to capture world title Photo gallery
 •  Blissful finish to UH's 5-0 softball victory
 •  Ching wins Hickam Invitational
 •  Kim comes through for first win
 •  Celtics dump Hawks
 •  Cards sink Cubs, 5-3 Photo gallery
 •  Punahou top seed in state baseball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  This is your child's brain on music Video
 •  It's you, with a virtual makeover
 •  Former senator silent on Walters
 •  Eerie tale of fate behind Boston's new frontman
 •  Coldplay branches out with 'Viva'
 •  Begging for sports-flick justice here
 •  Arquette gets into the spirit of 'Medium'
 •  Garden with a truly green thumb
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Bankruptcy filings up 25% in January-April
 •  Ecotourism success stories revealed
 •  Fed earns praise as lender of last resort on Wall Street
 •  Reno unsure of what summer will bring
 •  Tourism's eco-footprint grows
 •  Complicated customs bans can get your goat
 •  Financial firms deserve pain, say Buffett, Munger
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Harbor upgrades a boost for the Islands
 •  Segways in Waikiki: A ride or a problem?
 •  Shame, stigma still plague mental illness
 •  Give Pakistanis a reason to oppose jihadists
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  It's you, with a virtual makeover
 •  Former senator silent on Walters
 •  Arquette gets into the spirit of 'Medium'
 •  Eerie tale of fate behind Boston's new frontman
 •  Coldplay branches out with 'Viva'
 •  TGI Monday