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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 24, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Warning signs posted after Hawaii Kai sewer spill
 •  Kauai robber hits bank at Kukui Grove Center
 •  Boy, 9, hospitalized after being hit by van
 •  Kaneohe man, 21, held after alleged beating
 •  Sen. Daniel Inouye weds in California
 •  East Maui taro farmers protest stream issue
 •  Lanai gas expected to top $5
 •  Surf drops a bit along south-facing shores
 •  Fatal crash reported on Kamehameha Highway near Waimea
 •  Car crash reported on Namoku Place in Kaneohe
 •  Mostly fair weather expected this weekend
 •  5.9 earthquake rattles area near Solomon Islands
 •  Brushfire reported near Waipahu High School
 •  Plan would limit fishing around seamounts, buoys
 •  UH astronomer elected to the British Royal Society
 •  Abercrombie to speak on Sunday at Natatorium
 •  Apply at consulate for new style Philippine passports
 •  Four missing foster children found this past week
 •  No ConCon endorsement by Hawaii Democratic Party
 •  Crash reported on Farrington Highway near Mokuleia
 •  BJ Penn successfully defends UFC lightweight title
 •  Nevada boots Rainbows from WAC Tournament
 •  Fujikawa struggles to final-round 80 in Japan golf tournament
 •  Baseball 'Bows fall to Fresno State, play Nevada in elimination game
 •  Ex-Hawaii golfer Chan Kim tied for fourth in junior tournament
 •  Celtics take 2-1 series lead vs. Pistons
 •  Red Wings roll past Penguins in Stanley Cup finals opener
 •  Mickelson stays atop Colonial leaderboard; Wilson T28, McLachlin T53
 •  Baseball: Marlins put OF Carroll on 15-day disabled list
 •  Lacrosse: Johns Hopkins, Syracuse advance to NCAA finals
 •  Softball: NCAA Super Regionals at a glance
 •  Golf: Steady Langer on top at Sr. PGA Championship
 •  Boxing: Hatton wins unanimous decision
 •  Baseball: Indians place Carmona on disabled list
 •  Tennis: Radwanska beats Dementieva for title
 •  Golf: Jang ties Blasberg for lead at LPGA Corning Classic
 •  Baseball: Phillies place Werth on disabled list
 •  Colleges: NCAA probe of Nevada golf coach focuses on betting
 •  Tennis: French Open draw list
 •  Golf: Karlsson takes over lead from McGinley in BMW tourney
 •  Gymnastics: Injured Paul Hamm not ruling Beijing Olympics out
 •  Autos: Patrick melds sex and athleticism into Danica Inc.
 •  Autos: Be patient at the start, the 33 Indy 500 starters are warned
 •  Autos: New feeling and bigger buzz at old Indy 500
 •  Tennis: Davydenko wins title in Austria for 3rd time
 •  Tennis: Kuerten back in Paris for a last hurrah
 •  Tennis: Tsonga withdraws from French Open
 •  Tennis: Gilles Simon wins Casablanca final
 •  Tennis: French Open men's capsules
 •  Autos: Massa leads Ferrari 1-2 at Monaco Grand Prix qualifying
 •  Sumo: Bulgarian Kotooshu becomes first European to win Emperor's Cup
 •  Autos: Mosley urged to resign because of role in scandal
 •  Tennis: Davydenko wins title in Austria
 •  Tennis: French Open women's capsules
 •  Autos: Indianapolis 500 driver profiles
 •  Tennis: Back at Roland Garros, retired Henin rules out comeback
 •  NHL: Red Wings, Penguins offer marquee matchup for Cup

Local News
 •  Airport may be added to rail line Video
 •  $5M donation offered to fix Cooke Field
 •  Menor jailed 48 hours for drunk driving Photo gallery Video
 •  Grandfather, tot remembered together
 •  Ala Wai parking deal reached
 •  Lantern fest offers guiding light
 •  UH list for bowl omits 45 travelers
 •  Hawaii gas prices now averaging $4
 •  Memorial Day observances
 •  Clinton regrets comment on RFK assassination
 •  Parts of Maui on droughtwatch
 •  Elections, insults and long-term studies ...
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Lakers run wild over Spurs
 •  Baseball 'Bows rout Nevada
 •  UH seeks to lower prices for tickets
 •  Fujikawa fires 71 to share 38th in Japan
 •  Mickelson takes Colonial lead
 •  'Pacman' pays off $20,000 debt to Las Vegas casino
 •  Davis wins in return
 •  Three receive suspensions, fines for arguing with umps
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Surfers get a helping hand
 •  Memorial Day service tomorrow at Natatorium
 •  Malasada fundraiser today for Kona Historical Society
 •  Chinese song, dance concert to benefit quake victims
 •  Fashion takes spotlight at Sunset on Beach in Waikiki
 •  Check out classic British cars, tricked-out Scions at separate shows
 •  Pink Floyd singer-bassist is back after years on the dark side
 •  Honoring sacrifice in wars past, present
 •  Pastor: McCain split for the best
 •  Building Buddhist shrine an act of faith
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Is Jesus really your priority?
 •  Leaders question global warming
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Surfers get a helping hand

 •  Airline owner says go! 'is here to stay' in Isles
 •  Turtle Bay under new management
 •  4 planned Kapolei projects offer wide range of retailers
 •  Businesses, individuals fined total $14,000 in April; some disciplined
 •  Home sales sink as 'market continues to slide away'
 •  California city files bankruptcy
 •  Experts search for signs of economy's recovery
 •  Demand for used small cars reflects escalating gas prices
 •  FCC may curb cell-phone fees
 •  Weddings scale back along with economy
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Hawaiian to give workers bonuses
 •  Airlines increase roundtrip fares by up to $60

 •  Census giveaways are not the right incentive
 •  The campaign that has exhausted America
 •  Elections, insults and long-term studies ...
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Honoring sacrifice in wars past, present
 •  Pink Floyd singer-bassist is back after years on the dark side
 •  TGI Saturday