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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 22, 2008

Breaking News
 •  5 men to stand trial in death of surfer from Kauai
 •  Halawa sex assault suspect charged
 •  Maui Mahana Ridge hike planned June 7
 •  Bratakos new HFD battalion chief
 •  Waianae man charged with 37 sex offenses
 •  July trial for 3 Kaneohe slaying suspects
 •  Fatal 2006 Waialua crash driver to be arraigned
 •  Waipahu man extradited for 1987 murder
 •  Palisades traffic fatality victim identified
 •  Kolekole Pass will remain closed tomorrow
 •  Lingle signs bill aimed at reducing identity theft
 •  State to boost Kaneohe Bay water-safety efforts
 •  Castle Foundation gives $1.2M to education initiatives
 •  Kauai’s Hanalei and Maui’s Hamoa make top-beach list
 •  Makawao residents urged to boil their water
 •  Jasmine Trias to join SOS Las Vegas at Outrigger Waikiki
 •  MusicTech to explore ways to market music of Hawaii
 •  Sacred Hearts student wins national essay contest
 •  Maui Film Fest to honor 4 Hollywood actors
 •  Weather: It's another voggy day in paradise
 •  8 kupuna to be honored at luncheon today
 •  Car crash reported on Kamehameha Hwy. in Hauula
 •  Surf of 4 to 7 feet expected on South Shore today
 •  City hires 40-plus former Aloha Airlines workers
 •  New law aimed at boosting biofuel production
 •  Elder fitness program expanding on Kauai
 •  Big Isle police seek help in solving robbery case
 •  Coast Guard change of command set for today
 •  Advertiser plans to file suit for release of UH bowl travel names
 •  Fujikawa projected to make another cut in Japan pro golf event
 •  Rainbows win WAC baseball tourney opener, 11-7
 •  Wagner leads Colonial after 63; McLachlin shoots 70, Wilson 72
 •  NFL: Keenan named president of Browns
 •  Nevada women's basketball coach resigns
 •  Brian Ching scores goal in Dynamo's loss to Earthquakes
 •  Pistons end Celtics' home streak, tie East finals
 •  Gymnastics: Injury might force Paul Hamm out of nationals
 •  CBKB: Basketball fan sues NCAA, Ticketmaster
 •  MLB: Man dies from injuries in fall at Turner Field
 •  Gymnastics: Ex-champion Blaine Wilson ends career
 •  NFL: Wilson fits in with Raiders defense
 •  CBKB: Indiana dismisses player from team
 •  Golf: Blasberg leads LPGA Corning Classic
 •  NFL: Saint player posts bond
 •  MLB: Washington's Kearns to have surgery
 •  Tennis: Tsonga reaches semifinals in Casablanca
 •  NHL: Granato returns as Avalanche coach
 •  NHL: Canucks coach Vigneault signs extension
 •  Tennis: Monaco, Ljubicic in semifinals in Austria
 •  Tennis: U.S. loses to Sweden in tennis World Team Cup
 •  Tennis: Chan, Srebotnik in Strasbourg semifinals
 •  Sprinter Pettigrew admits to doping
 •  MLB: Yankee pitcher suspended three games
 •  Olympics: China hurdles champ says new track 'fairly good'
 •  Soccer: Departed Earthquakes return to San Jose as a Dynamo
 •  Olympics: Construction on London stadium begins
 •  Sumo: Bulgarian Kotooshu (12-0) beats grand champions on consecutive days
 •  On the air today: Pistons-Celtics Game 2
 •  On the air tomorrow: Lakers-Spurs Game 2
 •  Mesa warns that cash crunch could force bankruptcy
 •  PUC denies Hawaiian Tel's request to boost credit line
 •  Koko Marina improvements to include boutique wine shop
 •  Outrigger Waipouli resort rated among world's best
 •  Finance Factors selling tickets for breakfast fundraiser
 •  ResortQuest Waikiki makes bookit.com's top 10 list
 •  Fashion show featured at Sunset on the Beach Friday
 •  ‘Bodies’ exhibit opens June 14 at Ala Moana Center
 •  Madonna’s documentary on Malawi shown at Cannes
 •  Big ‘Idol’ finale gives Fox No. 1 season finish
 •  Arizona Memorial Museum seeks volunteers
 •  Maui Film Fest to honor 4 Hollywood actors
 •  Aloha execs could find better use for bonuses
 •  It’s time to prepare for the hurricane season

Local News
 •  Hundreds pay final respects to slain wife Photo gallery Video
 •  New auto sales down 17.4% in Hawaii
 •  Humpback whale population rebounds
 •  Two teens in fatal beating indicted
 •  McKinley takes safety steps
 •  Dr. Ta pushes Palolo students to live dream Photo gallery
 •  Hawaiian Air raises interisland fares again
 •  Potential running mates on guest list
 •  Clinton, Obama focus on Florida
 •  Common Cause touts election finance bill
 •  Chief of Pacific Air Forces juggling a host of priorities
 •  McClain praises ousted regent
 •  Schools cutting back on field trips
 •  Community-minded grads lauded
 •  Foundation honors 3 Hawaii public school alumni
 •  Children invited to catch reading bug
 •  Bishop Museum notes drop, too
 •  A 'well-rounded' education
 •  Leeward drivers enjoy 'miracle'
 •  Man in wheelchair gets PSP II taken in assault
 •  L&L collecting money for earthquake victims
 •  Kapolei achievement award event honors 5 people, 1 volunteer group
 •  Island Pacific Academy gets grants for projects
 •  Mayor will speak at West Oahu luncheon
 •  Monument to Marines dedicated at development
 •  Hui Malama Learning Center gets $15,000 grant
 •  Outback Steakhouse will do drive-through dinners
 •  Three men charged with Aiea Cue ATM robbery
 •  Community calendar
 •  Waikiki users can't get parking
 •  Obituaries

 •  Lakers blow past Spurs, 89-85
 •  WAC honors for 5 'Bows
 •  State asks UH why bowl travel list is late
 •  Prep notices
 •  Fujikawa opens with 2-under 70 in Japan event
 •  Jennie K. should open field to young talent
 •  Hamamoto returning to defend Kona title
 •  Holes in One
 •  So close to my first PGA victory
 •  2008 NFL team schedules
 •  Dolphins' Taylor likely will skip training camp
 •  Bulls will take long, hard look at potential top pick
 •  HPU's Mead garners top honors in PacWest
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  This won't help to win public trust

Island Life
 •  Isle actors tight-lipped on 'Crystal Skull' plot
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Health Calendar
 •  The other superhero veggies
 •  David Cook wins 'American Idol'
 •  Try peppermint oil for stomachaches
 •  Be a part of new venue and show in Waikiki
 •  Take in a film, then party
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  The other superhero veggies
 •  Does TV help babies or hold them back?
 •  Matt Long creates a stir while in town

 •  Travel light to ease air baggage fees
 •  Isles' biggest job fair draws record number of recruiters
 •  Time Warner to get $9.25B in cable TV service split-off
 •  Fund boosts its timber holdings on Big Island
 •  Choosing a laptop for the college-bound grad
 •  Fed lowers its economic forecast
 •  State rejects Medicaid contract protest
 •  Gayle Zander, 60, wife of ex-CEO
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Advertiser, unions turn to mediator
 •  Biofuel land-leasing bill signed
 •  House overrides Bush veto of $290B farm bill
 •  Coming Events
 •  Travel light to ease air baggage fees

 •  UH should release full Sugar Bowl travel list
 •  More research needed on vog's health effects
 •  Will maverick officers get a just reward?
 •  Spending cuts uncompassionate, unsound
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Indiana Jones and the burden of high expectations
 •  Movie Openings
 •  TGI Thursday