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Articles for May 28, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Makakilo boy, 12, steals car, gun
 •  Waialae armed-robbery suspect charged
 •  Prelim set for suspect in fatal '07 Waimanalo collision
 •  Accused Honolulu swindler under house arrest in Guam
 •  Maui prison escapee captured
 •  Guam superdelegate chooses Obama
 •  Big City Diner benefit for Dikito children raised $5,300
 •  White House looking for Hawaii Tee Ball player
 •  TheBoat is back in full service
 •  EPA removing toxins from 2 illegal Nanakuli dumps
 •  New charges for accused murderer Mau-Goffredo in alleged guard attack
 •  Hannemann unveils plan to preserve Kunia Plantation Village
 •  Kauai program for former prisoners gets $200K grant
 •  Detectives locate missing teen from Nanakuli
 •  Bank robbery suspect surrenders on Kauai
 •  Commencement tonight at Blaisdell for adult-learning graduates
 •  ‘Project Grad’ grants deadline extended
 •  Kubo in D.C. to speak on Asian-Pacific heritage
 •  Fewer than 15 jellyfish found in Waikiki
 •  Stabbing reported at Hau Bush area in 'Ewa Beach
 •  Motorcycle crash reported at Nimitz, Middle St.
 •  Moped crash reported on Nuuanu near Judd St.
 •  Surf: Small stuff likely for the next few days
 •  Weather: Lots of sun likely through Friday
 •  Hawaii man charged in unsolved California murder
 •  Kitty Hawk leaves Japan for decommissioning
 •  Albatross females share chick-rearing duties
 •  Domestic violence accounts for half of '08 murders
 •  DUI arrests up 11 percent on Big Island
 •  Domestic assault suspect arrested in Halawa
 •  Armed robbery suspect arrested in Kaimuki
 •  Boston beats Detroit, leads series 3-2
 •  Crosby leads Penguins back into Stanley Cup contention
 •  Beckham helps lead England over United States 2-0
 •  Preps: Crim named best in MIL baseball
 •  NC A&T State football player dies from heat illness
 •  Soccer: Seattle’s new MLS team sponsored by Microsoft
 •  NBA: Popovich confirms contract extension with Spurs
 •  Indy 500: Nothing wrong found with RV after death near track
 •  NFL: Taylor in no hurry to return to Dolphins
 •  NFL: Ex-Bucs player may have used drugs night before he died
 •  NBA: Hornets coach Scott agrees to extension
 •  Baseball: Selig admits Angels to host 2010 All-Star game
 •  Soccer: Brian McBride to leave Fulham, return to U.S.
 •  Colleges: Clemson's Bowden, Purnell contracts released
 •  NBA: Bulls’ Joakim Noah gets probation, fine
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams advances at French Open
 •  Tennis: Sharapova ekes out first-round win at French Open
 •  Tennis: Nadal improves to 22-0 at French Open
 •  Soccer: Donovan must wait for 100th US game
 •  Golf: Ochoa withdraws from Sorenstam’s tournament
 •  NBA: Playoffs disappear from TV in China
 •  ’At her level, it’s like having Shaq on a high school team.’
 •  Player-for-bats trade a boon for Prairie Sticks batmakers
 •  Boxing: Mundine retains WBA super middleweight title
 •  NFL: Vikes Peterson, Jackson excused from practice
 •  NFL: Panthers QB Delhomme takes part in team drills
 •  Olympics: Gymnast's recovery designed with medals in mind
 •  Soccer: Czechs apologize to Lithuania for gaff
 •  On the air today: Celtics-Pistons, NHL, baseball
 •  On the air tomorrow: Lakers-Spurs, NCAA softball, golf
 •  Horizon Lines puts six employees on leave
 •  Pacific Wings endorsed for Georgia regional service
 •  Life sciences company to make presentation at Maui meeting
 •  Goodsill Anderson commended for community service
 •  Enter to win free gasoline at Blaisdell product show
 •  'Sarah Marshall' songstress sets Honolulu concert
 •  More VIP tables opened for Mäkaha Sons show
 •  McKinley sports field could become an asset

Local News
 •  Roosevelt opens renovated stadium Photo gallery
 •  Effort to put rail on ballot going slowly
 •  Superferry gets holiday boost in riders
 •  Killers' plea deals disputed
 •  Halawa deaths murder-suicide
 •  Stepped-up enforcement keeps order at sandbar
 •  Congress mulling switch in federal workers' pay plan
 •  Energy surcharge added to water bills
 •  Man, 18, charged in fatal '07 crash
 •  Officials celebrate Mokulele widening
 •  Final plan for 'Ewa, Keone'ula areas set
 •  Puna man, 27, dies after falling at Boiling Pots
 •  Kawaiku'i Beach cleanup Sunday needs volunteers
 •  EV Team wins another electric-car competition
 •  Charity tourney funding a water well in Ethiopia
 •  Cardiac surgeon to start Aug. 1 at Maui Memorial
 •  Campbell Naval JROTC honors its top cadets
 •  Air National Guard hosts recruiting office opening
 •  Airline passenger dies during flight from Hong Kong
 •  Obituaries
 •  Democrats still have a way to go

 •  Mediator to hear Jones' dispute
 •  Masuda's Dirtbags hosting baseball regionals
 •  Lakers shove Spurs to brink after 93-91 victory Photo gallery
 •  Orioles rally past Yankees in 11th, 10-9
 •  Triple steal lifts Indians to a win
 •  HPU dominates softball honors
 •  Big Brown back jogging following restless night
 •  UH women sailors in 15th at nationals
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Benson has served WAC well

Island Life
 •  Garcia's fitting in Photo gallery
 •  Stars will shine at Maui film fest
 •  Students share rhythm of peace to benefit school
 •  Quitting not in cards for Duran Duran
 •  Tips for adding personal touch to everyday items
 •  Subtle Tea
 •  New 'online hui' explores Hawaii culture via food Video
 •  Grilled eggplant gets Tahitian infusion
 •  Jasmine green tea baked into this cookie
 •  Tea growers envision top-notch industry
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  A no-cook, no-guilt choco-fest awaits
 •  Cinnamon dolce meets granola
 •  Best recipe entry for sequel of 'Morton's Steak Bible' wins Chicago trip
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Child obesity shows signs it's leveling off
 •  Plan ahead for when dog meets baby
 •  Eat fresh, diverse as a 'locavore'

 •  Visitor arrivals slump 7.6 percent
 •  Shidler investment company buys Waikiki business center
 •  Duo debut the 'Carbecue,' giving new life to old VWs
 •  go! parent may file for bankruptcy protection
 •  Consumer sentiment drops to lowest level since 1992
 •  Rising food prices are fattening a lot of pockets
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Trade Names
 •  L&L introduces supersized plate lunch
 •  go! raises fares to match Hawaiian
 •  Online real estate brokers win more access to listings
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Hawaii must redouble war on child obesity
 •  Phoenix lander marks thrilling step in space
 •  Age is McCain's other campaign opponent
 •  The roar of hollow patriotism
 •  Transit windfall a gross misappropriation
 •  Democrats still have a way to go
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Quitting not in cards for Duran Duran
 •  TGI Wednesday