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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 12, 2008

Breaking News
 •  2 killed in Mother's Day tragedy on Kauai
 •  Kahala man charged with motorcycle theft
 •  Motorcyclist pleads no contest to negligent injury charge
 •  Hanauma drowning victim was Navy man
 •  Marines training at Bellows
 •  Power outage affected 1,400 in Kona
 •  Big Island maile picker rescued
 •  Conservation urged as Maui water demand increases
 •  State-regulated pig hunts may expand
 •  Carden Academy eyes campus Upcountry
 •  No serious afternoon traffic problems
 •  Death toll in China earthquake keeps rising
 •  Akaka backs Obama with his superdelegate vote
 •  Groundbreaking signals help on the way for West Oahu drivers
 •  Feds OK $1.1 million to fix quake-damaged Piilani Highway on Maui
 •  Allegations of past Lankford abuse allowed at sentencing
 •  U.S. military begins operation "Caring Relief"
 •  'Iron Man' zooms past 'Speed Racer' at box office
 •  No significant swells around islands
 •  All poultry in Seoul killed to stem bird flu threat
 •  National Police Week underway
 •  Statewide Click It or Ticket campaign starts today
 •  Stamp prices rise again today
 •  Kona Coffee shakes now at Jack in the Box
 •  2 armored Humvees missing from American base in Afghanistan
 •  Kaumualii Highway traffic signals activated
 •  Kona outage affected 1,400 customers
 •  UH's Haislet named WAC Hitter of the Week
 •  Wie won’t take part in Sorenstam’s Ginn Tribute
 •  NHL: Sharks fire coach Ron Wilson
 •  NFL: Matt Walsh to meet with Goodell, Specter
 •  NBA: Bryant says his sore back remains a problem
 •  Cuban national judo team leaves Miami without top athlete
 •  Golf: Tiger Woods says is rehab is going well
 •  Lawsuits add to Title IX athletics tension throughout U.S.
 •  CFB: Florida football player shot in the shoulder
 •  Suspects in Sean Taylor case won’t face execution
 •  Cowboys' T.O. going prime time with Flavor Fav
 •  ESPN takes U.S. Open tennis from USA Network
 •  Autos: NASCAR Sprint Cup Leaders
 •  Tennis: Sharapova reaches compromise with WTA over photo shoot
 •  Tennis: Tsonga beats Mahut to advance at Hamburg Masters
 •  Tennis: Zvonareva continues her clay-court streak at Italian Open
 •  Golf: Champions Tour Money Leaders
 •  Golf: LPGA Money Leaders
 •  Golf: PGA Tour's FedEx Cup Standings
 •  NFL: No. 2 overall pick Long impressing Rams
 •  USC's Mayo denies getting cash, benefits from promoter
 •  Judge approves sale of Aloha Air Cargo to Saltchuk
 •  Higher oil & natural gas prices boost Barnwell profits
 •  Hotel occupancy, revenue up in first quarter
 •  Bank of Hawaii warns of 'phishing' scam
 •  Environmental conference to generate $4.7M in spending
 •  Hawaiian Airlines' passenger count soars in April
 •  Wall Street rises in early trading
 •  Stage Review: ‘Great God Brown’ offers insight into O’Neill’s early work
 •  ABC restores three hours of 'Lost' episodes
 •  Yasmin Dar joins automotive TV series
 •  Aquarium’s ‘Ke Kani O Ke Kai’ resumes June 12
 •  Fans 'Desperate' for answers about Edie's exit
 •  Cook Island favorite is top 'Survivor'

Local News
 •  City commits $1 billion to sewers
 •  Former Aloha Air staffers adjust Photo gallery
 •  State-regulated pig hunts may expand
 •  Canal sewer line on way out
 •  'If Mom can do it, I can do it' Photo gallery
 •  Obama mulling visit to Hawaii
 •  Construction of Costco in Kapolei finally begins
 •  Bill would prohibit liquor ads near parks
 •  Medal of Honor sought for Marine
 •  WWII munitions found throughout Maui County
 •  'Opihi picker's body recovered
 •  Fire rages near Kahului Heliport
 •  UH's Model U.N. team honored at competition
 •  Mililani might get facility for seniors
 •  Lane closures at Fort Weaver, Fort Barrette
 •  $100,000 grant to fund new Shriners hospital
 •  Rotary Club will host Danish exchange group
 •  Hewahewa family plans fundraiser for reunion
 •  Neighborhood board seeks to fill vacant spot
 •  Mehe'ula Parkway H-2 on-ramp closed this week
 •  Hawaiian increases flights, adding to job opportunities
 •  Airport ID badges signal new era for Aloha veterans
 •  Community calendar
 •  Grants
 •  Record donations from food collection
 •  Obituaries
 •  Fighter pilot lucky to avoid serious injury in ejection

 •  UH softball gets NCAA berth
 •  Jazz jolt Lakers in OT, 123-115
 •  Garcia takes Players Championship
 •  Last year's season-ticket holders get first shot at Florida, Oregon State tickets
 •  Playing in states costly for Pahoa
 •  Mililani, Kauai top seeds in states
 •  Sorenstam runs away with crown
 •  Rays sweep Angels
 •  Perkins third in longboard
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Uh, Mom? Can I come back home?
 •  Extras sought for DVD film 'The Reef'
 •  Step away from news and relax
 •  Life is more stressful now, study finds
 •  'Birdie' gets off ground but fails to soar
 •  Get clean in 10 minutes a day
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Deep-sea water exports up 16%
 •  Top travel agents see what's new in Hawaii Photo gallery
 •  Mondavi brothers revive winery family's heritage
 •  Casinos feeling economic pinch, too
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Mesa, parent of go!, seeks OK for new share offer
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Teacher evaluations key to improving instruction
 •  Oil business is a dangerous industry today
 •  Freedom Project — instilling lofty dreams
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Birdie' gets off ground but fails to soar
 •  TGI Monday