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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 13, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Suspected illegal dump raided in Nanakuli
 •  Obama won’t confirm Hawaii visit
 •  Zoning for UH-West Oçahu campus advances
 •  Loretta Ables Sayre lands Tony nomination
 •  No serious traffic problems reported
 •  Help sought finding missing woman on Big Island
 •  Police: Kauai surfer beaten to death tried to fight back
 •  New venue for voters in Kilauea
 •  Quake death toll soars; more than 18,000 still buried
 •  Rising fuel prices mean fewer summer travelers
 •  Haze expected as light winds blow from south
 •  DUI arrests up 12 percent on Big Island
 •  UH Manoa students can get $20 for bikes today
 •  Opihi picker who died Saturday identified
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  DOE to Honor Students’ National Achievement
 •  Best school projects on display today
 •  LCC, UH reach transfer agreements
 •  Walgreens donates $50,000 to UH Hilo
 •  Online renewals continue to increase
 •  2 killed in Mother's Day tragedy on Kauai
 •  3 share lead in high school boys golf state tournament
 •  Hamilton-led Detroit eliminates Orlando in Game 5
 •  New indictment against slugger Barry Bonds unsealed
 •  Annika Sorenstam to retire this year
 •  Top surfski paddlers to conduct free clinic Wednesday
 •  NHL: Penguins move to brink of Cup finals with 4-1 win
 •  David West lifts Hornets to 3-2 lead
 •  NFL: Goodell says nothing new on spygate tapes
 •  Boxing: Cotto heading West for big Las Vegas bout
 •  NFL: Lofa Tatupu arrested for investigation of drunken driving
 •  Report: Gene doping is next frontier of performance enhancers
 •  NFL: Bills cut Everett so he can get disability benefits
 •  MLB: A-Rod aims to rejoin Yankees next week
 •  NBA: Knicks introduce D’Antoni as new coach
 •  NFL: Ex-player Hambrick gets 5 years for drug sales
 •  Olympics: Olympic torch relay downscaled after quake
 •  Tennis: Davydenko cruises at Hamburg Masters
 •  NFL: Walsh meets with Goodell, set to talk with Specter
 •  Two events in Hilo May 21 aimed at small businesses
 •  Go! airline parent says it expects to report a profit
 •  Monterey Bay Aquarium recognizes Kona Kampachi
 •  Honolulu Hard Rock sponsors amateur surfing group
 •  Hoku discloses new financing plan for Idaho plant
 •  Wall Street turns in mixed performance
 •  'From the Top’ taps Hawaii pianist with $10,000 award
 •  Jefferson students offer a night at the opera
 •  Leed, Simplisity to appear at Pipeline reunion
 •  Time to craft a plan to sell city affordable rentals

Local News
 •  Sales fall, jobs cut after big opening
 •  Shipyard may get millions in upgrades
 •  City aims to be more bike-friendly
 •  Judge rules against murderer
 •  Akaka, Strazer back Obama Video
 •  Death toll rises to 31,938 U.S. offers Myanmar aid
 •  A double blessing in West Oahu Photo gallery
 •  Clinton, Obama spend day on trail
 •  Church thief gets 18-month prison term
 •  Click it or Ticket campaign begins
 •  Group returns to palace this week
 •  $1.1M will go to fix Maui highway
 •  $25,000 donated to buy computers for homeless
 •  Mother's Day crash leaves 2 Kauai girls parentless
 •  40 dead koi found at Kuli'ou'ou beach
 •  $1.1M will go to fix Maui highway
 •  Photo history of lantern festival on exhibit today
 •  IPA's first musical play presented this Friday
 •  Public meeting on UH's Mauna Kea plan tonight
 •  HPU's commencement is today, at Waikiki Shell
 •  $25,000 donated to buy computers for homeless
 •  Magic, balloon sculpting in honor of 'Book Week'
 •  Recycling effort Friday to benefit parent group
 •  Philippines torn over jump in population
 •  Death toll from China quake at 10,000, rising Photo gallery Video
 •  'Most everyone is losing an only child'
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Missing maile picker found
 •  Fresh lei needed for graves of veterans
 •  Obituaries
 •  A calm and safe beach, open to all

 •  UH softball faces rough road
 •  Haislet WAC-ed LaTech pitching
 •  Cavs stuff Celtics, tie series
 •  Buffanblu busy buddies ready to get it on in state tourneys
 •  Pahoa volleyball finds funds for states
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  This Week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Baseball
 •  Softball
 •  Boys volleyball
 •  Prep notices
 •  Braun's homers power Brewers
 •  Two HPU softball stars cited
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Softball decided to 'Play Up!'

Island Life
 •  A reel tear jerker
 •  Fashion mad about madras for spring
 •  Madonna: Artist turned advocate
 •  Living green
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Dads, play with your kids tonight
 •  Hoping Ables Sayre gets that Tony nom

 •  Revised forecast calls for slower economic growth
 •  Hotel occupancy dipped in March
 •  Hawaiian Air gets huge boost from Aloha, ATA shutdowns
 •  Aloha Air Cargo sale to Saltchuk approved
 •  Michigan graduate calls signals for Hawaii Bowl Audio
 •  Hewlett-Packard in talks to buy Electronic Data Systems
 •  Barnwell's profit up 34% to $1.69M
 •  Workers' incomes unable to keep up with rising prices
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Bank of Hawaii warns of e-mail scam
 •  Gay-rights groups issue new hospital rating system

 •  Isle schools ill-served by drug-test impasse
 •  China quake adds to dire need for relief
 •  Burma — a United Nations promise not kept
 •  BCS resolution seeks to end football disparity
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday