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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 29, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Big Island 'Boiling Pots' victim drowned
 •  State revenue forecast reduced by $27 million this year
 •  Tammy Mori named Hawaii DOT spokeswoman
 •  Tongan princess says work on political change to begin next month
 •  Chicago dentist pleads guilty to role in Isle prostitution
 •  Ewa stabbing leaves man in serious condition
 •  Big Isle police searching for missing Keaau teen
 •  'Stop Flu at School' top participants honored
 •  Honolulu speller out of national bee
 •  'Wheel of Fortune' to tape 20 shows at Hilton Waikoloa
 •  Honolulu income grows to nearly $40,000
 •  Kunia Road closed following motorcycle crash
 •  Akaka asks VA to help DOD to address mental health problem
 •  NOAA giving UH $2 million
 •  Gates to restate US commitment in Asia
 •  Myanmar fund-raiser Tuesday at The Waterfront
 •  Jellyfish influx appears to be small this month
 •  Surf: 1-3 feet likely to be the max today
 •  Weather: Sunshine should last the weekend
 •  Super computer donated to Maui Community College
 •  Suspect arrested in Kauai bank holdup
 •  Car crash reported in Saint Louis Heights
 •  Car fire reported on Paakea Road in Nanakuli
 •  Mayor to dedicate new Handi-Van building today
 •  Robbery reported at Kukui Gardens housing area
 •  Makakilo boy, 12, accused of stealing car, gun
 •  Three Nevada football players arrested for DUIs over weekend
 •  Golf: Wie shoots 4-under 68 at German Open
 •  Golf: Two share lead at Ginn Tribute
 •  NFL: Defensive end rejoins Jaguars
 •  Golf: Goggin leads Memorial; McLachlin, Wilson far back
 •  MLB: Rangers activate Millwood to start tomorrow
 •  Big Brown goes for gallop, hoof on mend
 •  Olympics: Hamm ahead of schedule in recovery
 •  NBA: Collins considering Bulls' job
 •  NFL: Tickets for London game selling quickly
 •  NFL: Bills' Peters absent from voluntary practices
 •  MLB: Rays put reliever on 15-day DL
 •  MLB: A’s activate Chavez, place Thomas on DL
 •  NFL: Giants to get Super Bowl rings tonight
 •  NHL: Canucks' defenseman killed in motorcycle crash
 •  Tennis: Federer, Nadal win, Blake loses at French Open
 •  NBA: League gets high marks in diversity study
 •  MLB: Braves' Diaz out 4-6 weeks with knee injury
 •  Track coach convicted in BALCO investigation
 •  NBA: Pitsons not sure if Hamilton will play in Game 6
 •  High school coach loses job amid concerns over religion
 •  Soccer: Opera House setting for opening of FIFA Congress
 •  On the air today: Spurs-Lakers, golf, tennis
 •  On the air tomorrow: Celtics-Pistons Game 6
 •  Drivers can take rental cars on Hawaii Superferry
 •  Nearly half of AAA Hawaii members cut back driving
 •  Judge blocks Delta from halting contract with Mesa
 •  Hawaiian Airlines in-flight magazine wins award
 •  Visitor Industry Charity Walk raises $1 million
 •  Free retina screenings Friday at Fort Shafter
 •  Myanmar cyclone relief fundraiser event set for Tuesday
 •  ‘Lost’ season finale continues to shake space-time continuum
 •  25th anniversary for Universal ShowQueen Pageant
 •  Benitez, Aloha Shorts weekend shows at Public Radio postponed
 •  Easier public access to PUC long overdue
 •  Revamped GI Bill a well-deserved benefit

Local News
 •  State bills schools for energy overuse
 •  City's carbon footprint lightest
 •  Associate athletic director repaid UH for family's trip to Sugar Bowl
 •  Ward project reviews mixed
 •  Sonar rules 'complicate things' Photo gallery
 •  Pact reached to save Kunia workers' homes
 •  TheBoat is back in full service
 •  Wai'anae waters not tainted by dumps
 •  Obama may visit Iraq this summer
 •  McCain views close to Bush
 •  Task force to study costs of a ConCon Video
 •  Asian health essayist lauded
 •  Non-School Hours boosts learning
 •  Wahiawa marks 100th year
 •  Colleges select 12 from Hawaii
 •  Japan worries about its cell-phone kids
 •  Progress made on school repairs
 •  Accused killer faces new assault charges Video
 •  Guam media executive arrested
 •  Deliberations begin in Big Isle sex assault
 •  Big Isle alliance aims to protect watersheds
 •  Meeting tonight on final school boundaries
 •  Waipahu honors its sports heroes
 •  Moonlight block party Saturday on Kalakaua
 •  No problems with group on 'Iolani Palace grounds
 •  Prison escapee arrested at beach park campsite
 •  Fundraiser welcomes your scrap, green waste
 •  New Philippine passports available via consulate
 •  Big City Diner donating $5,300 to Dikito children
 •  Americans embracing Spam as food prices climb
 •  Community calendar
 •  Boy, 12, accused of taking car, gun
 •  So many potholes to deal with
 •  Obituaries

 •  Kim's travels include Curtis Cup
 •  Big Three come up big in Celtics' win Photo gallery
 •  Memorial just part of playing in better events
 •  Ko'olau 7th among top 100 courses
 •  Holes in One
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Ochoa drops out of Ginn Tribute
 •  Eaton wins first for hot Phils
 •  Sharapova at fault for sub-par victory
 •  Beckham leads England past U.S., 2-0
 •  UH athletics receives awards for diversity
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Ever-changing routines
 •  'Lost' finale arrives after season full of twists, turns
 •  Staying active can help to reduce low-back pain
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Lighten up refreshing cocktails
 •  Islander to get theater salute
 •  'Eye Candy' can help you look like a movie star
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  New pregnancy safety labels urged
 •  Preterm births on the rise, researchers say
 •  29 ways to save on groceries
 •  Tough economy forces many to pinch pennies
 •  Five students granted Dream scholarships

 •  Isle food producers target military
 •  3G network will add to iPhone appeal
 •  Alternative energy firm gets state financing tool
 •  Swim safely, store food properly, use sunscreen
 •  U.S. manufacturing shows unexpected April strength
 •  Durable goods report counteracts oil effect
 •  Dow Chemical will raise prices by 20%
 •  Firm solicited for charities but kept most of the money
 •  Actors guild last union without a new labor deal
 •  Pacific Wings spreading to Georgia
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Swim safely, store food properly, use sunscreen

 •  McKinley's sports field could be community asset
 •  Our faults are our own, no one else's
 •  Democratic ideals another casualty in Iraq
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Lost' finale arrives after season full of twists, turns
 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday