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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 20, 2008

Breaking News
 •  House fire displaces 8 in Nanakuli
 •  McKinley High employee charged with sex assault
 •  Man, 82, dies in Palisades accident
 •  Obama picks up support of Guam superdelegate
 •  Hawaii soldier’s conviction, sentence reduced in Iraqi case
 •  Schofield welcomes new commander tomorrow
 •  Pearl Harbor shipyard wins Navy award
 •  Hickam transport helps in China quake relief
 •  Obama wins Oregon primary
 •  Obama near nomination, though Clinton wins Kentucky
 •  Magazine says Honolulu top city to raise family
 •  Waimea school fire draws investigation
 •  Hawaii nonprofits get almost $1M in grants
 •  Tests will affect water pressure on Maui
 •  Kaewai Elementary gets its hula mound back
 •  Kuhio among nation’s best restored beaches
 •  Malignant brain tumor found in Ted Kennedy
 •  HPU names associate dean
 •  Oklahoma prison on lockdown
 •  Mostly sunny skies in today's forecast
 •  Police kill alleged mass murderer in Philippines
 •  Report: Hawaii schools face steep improvement
 •  China: 40,000 dead, 5 million homeless after quake
 •  Surf best along south, east shores
 •  Mule-drawn wagon overturns on Big Island
 •  Coast Guard transports Kauai man to Oahu
 •  30 arrested for DUI on Big Island
 •  Bell stolen on Big Island
 •  Celtics beat Pistons 88-79 in Game 1 of East finals
 •  UH agrees to new TV sports deal
 •  Chicago Bulls win No. 1 pick in NBA draft lottery
 •  QB Ryan gets $34M guaranteed
 •  NFL: Cowboys sign Barber, Newman through 2014
 •  Punahou president: State 'shares in this achievement'
 •  NFL: Indianapolis wins 2012 Super Bowl bid
 •  NFL owners opt out of labor agreement
 •  NFL: League tables long-hair ban proposal
 •  NFL: Goodell to fine teams for player misbehavior
 •  Baseball: Piazza retires, ending 16-year career
 •  Baseball: Mets’ Church taken to hospital with another concussion
 •  NFL: Rosenbloom says Rams aren’t leaving St. Louis
 •  NFL: Saints Grant indicted in Ga. for involuntary manslaughter
 •  UCLA wins first NCAA women’s tennis title
 •  Tennis: Former No. 1 out of French Open
 •  Baseball: Dodgers' Andruw Jones has cartilage tear
 •  How do athletes know when it's time to quit?
 •  Pro wrestling: WWE suspends Matthews for 60 days
 •  NBA: Capsule of Lakers-Spurs Western finals
 •  Track: Russian hammer throwers banned 2 years
 •  NFL: Wait continues for Cowboys’ Pacman Jones
 •  NBA: Capsule of Pistons-Celtics Eastern finals
 •  Preps: 2007-08 state tournament champions
 •  On the air today: Pistons-Celtics Game 1
 •  On the air tomorrow: Lakers-Spurs Game 1
 •  Lingle recognizes first Innovation Awards recipients
 •  Barnwell Industries receives $1.77M option payment
 •  Hawaii among states in $58M Vioxx settlement
 •  Alaska Air to launch daily Seattle-Kona service Nov. 17
 •  Hawaiian Air shares to begin trading on Nasdaq June 2
 •  Matson wins GM's 2007 Supplier of the Year award
 •  EPA audit reveals deficiencies at two Hawaii labs
 •  Fed auctions $75B to ease credit stresses
 •  Bioenergy master plan meetings kick off tomorrow
 •  Hawaii youth volunteers honored by Prudential
 •  Deadline today to pre-register for Hawaii dance show
 •  MVT whodunit sold out; Saturday matinee added
 •  Buddhist groups plan benefit for quake victims
 •  Parties must open doors to next-gen leadership

Local News
 •  5 men indicted in Kona 'hate crime'
 •  Punahou athletics ranked best in U.S.
 •  Charges filed in Waikiki slaying Video
 •  Lankford won't receive 'enhanced' term Video
 •  Sovereignty group gets permit Photo gallery
 •  Funerals for Koa Paka, Austin Miles on Friday
 •  Fewer storms forecast this year Video
 •  Noah, Sophia top list of most popular baby names in Isles
 •  Obama inching closer to victory
 •  Schofield soldiers are Iraq-bound again in fall
 •  Hawaii schools on slow track
 •  Energy conservation pays off for students
 •  Help save lives at three blood drives this week
 •  Kuhio among nation's best restored beaches
 •  H-1 westbound lanes will close for sign repairs
 •  Join Lions on Sunday to celebrate Memorial Day
 •  Grand opening held for Nohona model homes
 •  Pavement work to close 1 lane on Kaumalapau
 •  Free computer classes teach seniors the basics
 •  Florida teen wins World Fireknife Championships
 •  Census considers prizes for answers
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Man found guilty in nightclub fight
 •  Obituaries
 •  Quotation reminds us to be kind

 •  Penn not out to kill at 'Ill Will' MMA card
 •  Boston's Lester no-hits KC
 •  Punahou athletics ranked best in U.S.
 •  Experience pays for Spurs
 •  Punahou athletics ranked best in U.S.
 •  Top football prospects get national exposure
 •  Prep notices
 •  Last week's Gamebreakers
 •  Softball
 •  Boys volleyball
 •  Maekawa advances to sectional
 •  Celtics ready for Pistons
 •  Cubs dump Astros, 7-2 Photo gallery
 •  BYUH freshman Li named national rookie of the year
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Entire state should celebrate

Island Life
 •  Laird wear
 •  A Goliath battle of Davids on 'Idol'
 •  Store or throw out household chemicals safely
 •  Eat to your health
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Noah, Sophia top list of most popular baby names in Isles
 •  Store or throw out household chemicals safely
 •  Accolades keep coming for Ables Sayre

 •  Aloha executives may receive hefty bonuses
 •  Community support key for Realtor Audio
 •  Castle & Cooke looks to move forward at Koa Ridge
 •  Longs to join Google's prescription service
 •  Survey: Airline customers' satisfaction sagging
 •  Foreclosures an opportunity for Habitat for Humanity
 •  Economic news not all grim, private business group says
 •  Microsoft, Yahoo weighing options
 •  Thomson Reuters will trim 1,500 jobs
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Xcel makes 'Wetsuit of the Year'
 •  Hawaii gasoline sixth-costliest in nation at $3.936

 •  Hawaii must sharpen focus on pedestrian safety
 •  Does a student's behavior off campus reflect on schools?
 •  City should put Mapunapuna in transit station planning
 •  World's irrational policies making food crisis worse
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday