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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 16, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Driver was speeding in crash that left 2 dead, 5 hurt in Nanakuli
 •  Hawaii Kai driver arrested in pedestrian accident
 •  Kihei pedestrian dies of injuries
 •  Help sought to find Big Island toddler
 •  DLNR denies sovereignty groupís bid for new permit
 •  Hickam transport flying relief to China
 •  Taxi driver convicted of attempted murder
 •  Man badly hurt on Kauai; witnesses subdue assailant
 •  Honolulu, state get $6 million in homeland security grants
 •  Honolulu Fire Department to accept online applications
 •  Hawaii-based soldier dead after grenade attack in Iraq
 •  Tougher Hawaii law in place for luring minors online
 •  Sewer work until October at Kauai's Waimea park
 •  KGMB9 to conduct 10-second DTV test Monday
 •  Hawaii's congressional delegates praise farm bill
 •  Old Moiliili banyan tree to be cut down
 •  H-2 north Mililani Mauka exit closed this weekend
 •  Pedestrian accident reported in Pearl City
 •  Kapiolani lanes closed due to water line break
 •  Weather: Haze should begin to lift a bit later tonight
 •  Maui meeting set on proposed coffee bean regs
 •  Hawaii farmers urged to respond to ag census
 •  Motorcycle crash reported on Halawa Heights Road
 •  Today's Sports Scoreboard: State softball, volleyball, track
 •  Egan Inoue wins mixed martial arts comeback fight
 •  Rainbows bounce back to beat Utah Valley, 9-6
 •  Rainbow Wahine beat Mississippi State in NCAA opener, 9-7
 •  McLachlin eagles final hole, but trails by 4 in AT&T golf tourney
 •  Top-ranked BYUH women fall in NCAA II tennis semifinals
 •  Maui's Cyr wins NAIA golf championship
 •  Baldwin alum Maiava leaving Colorado for UCLA
 •  Los Angeles holds off Utah 108-105, reaches West finals
 •  James scores 32, Cavs beat Celtics to force Game 7
 •  FSU president: College football playoff inevitable
 •  Briscoe and 2 rookies crash in Indy 500 practice
 •  Boston Herald reporter expresses regret over Spygate story
 •  Suns to interview Rocketsí assistant Turner
 •  Girardi, Randolph asked to serve as All-Star coaches
 •  Olympian Montgomery gets 46 months for check fraud
 •  A-Rod: Leg fine, ready to play in minor league game tomorrow
 •  Amputee runner wins right to try for Olympic spot
 •  Big shot Big Brown living the good life at Pimlico
 •  Serena Williams pulls out of Italian Open with bad back
 •  Federer, Djokovic reach Hamburg Masters semifinals
 •  Hawaii gasoline prices now ninth highest
 •  Lender claims Big Island golf course, planned subdivision
 •  Hawaii National Bank customers target of scam
 •  Hawaii's congressional delegation praises farm bill
 •  Hoku shares rise after HECO news
 •  SBA seminar aimed at helping active military & vets
 •  'Pirates Ahoy' event June 7 features costumes, gothic music
 •  PCC ready to welcome voyaging canoe June 28
 •  Colbie Caillat to perform at May 27 peace event

Local News
 •  Orphans coping after murder-suicide Photo gallery
 •  Vog symptoms showing up statewide Photo gallery Video
 •  HawTel's quarterly loss hits $40.1M
 •  USS Missouri's rent waived
 •  1937-2008 John Lake's Hawaiiana teachings carried on
 •  Vocal shelter resident evicted from state's Wai'anae facility
 •  2 killed, 5 injured in Nanakuli crash
 •  Prison finds itself in emissions risk zone
 •  Haze expected to clear gradually from Isle skies
 •  HMSA posts $10 million loss
 •  Symphony still $2M in debt after gift
 •  Groups organizing disaster relief
ELECTION
 •  More high-profile endorsements piling up for Obama
POLICE
 •  Woman hit by car while crossing highway
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Council defers transit decision
 •  Plane stuck in Kalaupapa repaired
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Pineapple fest tomorrow includes parade, tours
 •  Musical Child sessions presented free at studio
 •  Mokapu townbound lane closing tomorrow
 •  Monk seal births up, with 2 new pups just arrived
 •  H-1 lanes closing tonight for striping, marker work
 •  Book sale tomorrow at library includes DVDs
 •  Swimming, lifeguard programs for youngsters
 •  Homeless shelter in Kalihi gets OK
OTHER NEWS
 •  California court strikes down gay-marriage ban
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Miracles gave Kroc center life

Sports
 •  Utah Valley deals Hawaii 'embarrassing' defeat, 5-1
 •  UH must get hot in Arizona
 •  Spurs top Hornets to force Game 7 Photo gallery
UH SOFTBALL
 •  A lot of food for thought ó literally
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kamehameha battles past Moanalua, 1-0 Photo gallery
 •  Kapa'a upsets Farrington, 2-0 Photo gallery
 •  Waiakea thumps Sacred Hearts, 7-2
 •  Pahoa upsets Campbell to reach DII semis
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
GOLF
 •  McLachlin tied for lead at rain-shortened AT&T Classic
RECREATION
 •  Hui Nalu celebrates 100 years
 •  Pukana O Ke Kai will make its debut with Hui Wa'a this season
 •  Perkins, Snow to instruct at clinic
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Wichmann wins WAC heptathlon
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Hey, What is that?
 •  Perennial peanut plant eliminates need to weed
 •  Schoolchildren award 2008 Nene to 'Lightning Thief'
MUSIC
 •  Duffy delivers a soulful debut album
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Indie possibilities
 •  Flicks for the kids
 •  Rainbow Film Festival aims for wide appeal
 •  Real archaeologists don't make jumbled mess of digs
 •  'Speed Racer'
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  'Most Wanted' marks its 1,000th arrest
 •  'Indiana Jones' box set release ushers in new film
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters'
THEATER
 •  'Then There Were None' tests your endurance
 •  Veteran actors bring DHT's 'Producers' to life
FASHION
 •  Isle stylist to do makeover on Rachael Ray show
 •  Browse, buy art designed to wear
PEOPLE
 •  Islander wins Broadway award
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Perennial peanut plant eliminates need to weed
 •  Home and garden calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Mom-Tested Tips
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
MOMS
 •  Mom-Tested Tips
 •  Charity Walk tomorrow on four islands
 •  Flicks for the kids
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  ' 'Aina' shows support for Hawaiians Audio

Business
 •  Luxury townhomes planned in Hilo
 •  Cruise line paying $485,000 to settle discrimination suit
 •  Macaroni Grill to open in Waikoloa
TOURISM
 •  Charity Walk tomorrow on four islands
REAL ESTATE
 •  Renter's insurance can cover damages, injury
 •  Dispute over funding stalls anti-foreclosure plan
 •  Mortgage rates edge down overall
AGRICULTURE
 •  GOP lawmakers abandon Bush in farm bill veto showdown
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  State intends to use new vote machines
 •  Yahoo stockholder leads move to revive Microsoft deal
 •  State unemployment rises slightly to 3.3%
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  United, Hawaiian Air now partners
 •  Industrial output falls 0.7% in April
 •  Trade winds

Opinion
 •  Honolulu must speed up its bike transit efforts
COMMENTARY
 •  The 'Long War' will be America's folly
 •  'Iolani Palace requires respect, decorum
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Veteran actors bring DHT's 'Producers' to life
 •  'Caspian' cranks up the action
 •  ' 'Aina' shows support for Hawaiians Audio
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  Skank to reggae pulse at 'On the Rocks' concert
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Summer movie bonanza
 •  Indie possibilities
 •  Flicks for the kids
 •  Rainbow Film Festival aims for wide appeal
 •  Real archaeologists don't make jumbled mess of digs
 •  'Speed Racer'
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  'Most Wanted' marks its 1,000th arrest
 •  'Indiana Jones' box set release ushers in new film
MUSIC
 •  Duffy delivers a soulful debut album
 •  Billboard hits
DINING
 •  Cream Pot offers a sweet way to start your day Photo gallery
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters'
THEATER
 •  'Then There Were None' tests your endurance
 •  TGIF Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands