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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 30, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Maui council approves $560M budget for 2009
 •  Rescue personnel get new cardiac care tool
 •  Coast Guard embarks on ocean rescue
 •  Bike crash reported on Kamehameha Dr. in Manoa
 •  Vehicle fire reported on H-3 town-bound
 •  Small brushfire burns Big Isle ranch land
 •  Pedestrian accident reported at Queen & Richards
 •  Surf: Another slow day expected on Oahu
 •  Weather: Mostly clear through the weekend
 •  'Healthy Hawaii' workshops set for Maui County
 •  Tab for ongoing city sewer projects: $560 million
 •  Maui workshop slated on people with disabilities
 •  Reward in Big Isle robbery case grows to $3,000
 •  Autopsy: Big Isle man's death due to drowning
 •  Work on Ft. Weaver Road set for Friday night
 •  Honolulu Police Department gets 38 new officers
 •  Donations to Dikito children pass $6,500 mark
 •  Man, woman in Kahaluu report being assaulted
 •  Golf: Webb leads Ginn, Sorenstam moves up
 •  Golf: Two tied for Memorial lead; McLachlin, Wilson make cut
 •  MLB: Chamberlain to start Tuesday
 •  Wie 7-under, three shots back at Ladies German Open
 •  Kate Robinson: Life after college ball
 •  MLB: Braves put Kotsay on DL
 •  MLB: Red Sox put Matsuzaka on DL
 •  CFB: Kahuku alum Teo will attend BYU
 •  Tennis: Both Williams sisters bounced at French Open
 •  Olympics: Double amputee begins tough bid for Beijing
 •  Golf: Kim helps U.S. take 4-2 lead in Curtis Cup
 •  CBKB: UConn coach Calhoun treated for skin cancer
 •  Preps: St. Anthony names new athletic director
 •  Golf: Ochoa's uncle dies, her Web site reports
 •  NBA: Hamilton will play for Pistons today
 •  Soccer: FIFA members support objectives of '6+5' rule
 •  Olympics: Japanese companies introduce new swimsuits
 •  CBB: Report finds heroin caused Tech player's death
 •  NFL: Letter describes shooting of Denver player
 •  March papaya harvest down 7% from February
 •  Matson unit joins SmartWay Transport Partnership
 •  AUW is forming Society of Young Leaders
 •  Bolstering economy in lean times will take vision

Local News
 •  Five indicted in Hawaii mortgage scam
 •  go! not facing imminent bankruptcy
 •  Extra sales tax brings in $211M so far
 •  Chinatown not loft-friendly
 •  Collections of delinquent traffic fines triple Video
 •  Rewards of 'Lost' plot twists outweigh frustrations
 •  Hawaii speller ousted Video
 •  Hawaii revenue forecast lowered
 •  Ala Moana unswayed on cadavers
ELECTION
 •  Two senators advising McCain quit vets' group
 •  Democratic leaders say race will likely be over next week
 •  Obama healthy, says his doctor
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Army, Marine suicides rise
BIG ISLAND
 •  Scandals arise in Big Isle election
KAUA'I
 •  Two bank robbery convictions on record for Kauai suspect
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Vigil tomorrow for Myanmar, China victims
 •  Pothole repairs causing lane closures tomorrow
 •  North Kohala brushfire burns a quarter-acre
 •  Multiple lane closures on Fort Weaver tonight
 •  Kiawe trees come down, but they don't go quietly
 •  Groups invited to join Fourth of July parade
 •  Library reopens Monday after renovation hiatus
 •  Expect lane closures during light-pole repairs
 •  'Ahahui Ka'ahumanu holding rummage sale
OTHER NEWS
 •  Community calendar
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Airline death was of natural causes
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Japanese school lives it up, Isle-style

Sports
 •  Lakers bounce Spurs in five Photo gallery
 •  School gets $5M donation Video
 •  Wie fires 4-under 68 in German Open
UH BASEBALL
 •  Second-half surge had 'Bows chasing WAC baseball crown
UH SPORTS
 •  UH hopes to stay on track at regionals
RECREATION
 •  Boxing offers a boost to body, mind for all ages
 •  Three gymnasts earn All-America honors
 •  Sports notices
 •  Early entry discounts for Maui Marathon end soon
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  From hippie art to high fashion
 •  May is truly a 'floriferous' time in Isles
 •  Gardens can be practical, beautiful
MUSIC
 •  These days, Usher sings a different tune
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Going all the way
 •  'Skull' isn't the only serial film to disappoint
 •  Gorgeous 'Fall' marred by convoluted story line
 •  'Strangers' yanks your chains
 •  Shia LaBeouf takes a walk on the wild side in 'Skull'
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  USA debuts latest tough-woman show
 •  'Rambo' back in action in special-edition release
PEOPLE
 •  Sajak, White will return to Hawaii
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  May is truly a 'floriferous' time in Isles
 •  Gardens can be practical, beautiful
 •  Home and garden calendar
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Total Bliss Lau's back for trunk show
 •  How to make a tie-dye shirtdress
 •  Get some expert tips on music marketing
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Step back into '70s with stylists, Chi-Lites
 •  Tube Notes
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events
MOMS
 •  Rights help shrink math's gender gap
 •  Bacteria may be factor in SIDS
 •  Celeb lineup ups caliber at state fair
 •  Going all the way
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Uke sounds of '2 to 3 Feet' catches wave of fun Audio

Business
 •  Rental cars can now take a ride on ferry
 •  Sears posts $56 million loss
 •  Slowing of cell phone market may spur bargains
REAL ESTATE
 •  30-year mortgage rate rises
AIRLINES
 •  Consumers choose home over flying
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  Small-business bill of rights awaits governor's signature
CONSUMER
 •  Drivers adjust habits to combat pump prices
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Ad clicks on Google site up nearly 20%
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  U.S. exports push GDP up slightly for first quarter
 •  Honolulu ranks 45th in U.S. income
 •  Coming events

Opinion
 •  Easier public access to PUC long overdue
 •  Revamped GI Bill a well-deserved benefit
COMMENTARY
 •  Reduce carbon footprint, but make it doable
 •  Don't let development be at lessees' expense
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  'Sex and City' a treat for fans, a shrug to the rest
 •  Global Lens series tells the stories of the world
 •  Uke sounds of '2 to 3 Feet' catches wave of fun Audio
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Going all the way
 •  'Skull' isn't the only serial film to disappoint
 •  Gorgeous 'Fall' marred by convoluted story line
 •  'Strangers' yanks your chains
 •  Shia LaBeouf takes a walk on the wild side in 'Skull'
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  USA debuts latest tough-woman show
 •  'Rambo' back in action in special-edition release
MUSIC
 •  These days, Usher sings a different tune
 •  Billboard hits
DINING
 •  Cool dreams of shave ice keep little store alive Photo gallery
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
 •  Celeb lineup ups caliber at state fair
 •  What's Up!
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events