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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 31, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Honolulu gas prices hit $4-gallon mark
 •  Police say hammer-wielding dad smashed laptop
 •  Children accused of setting fire
 •  Driver accused of punching motorist
 •  Arbitrator awards cheerleader’s family $690,000
 •  Animal hoarding now illegal in Hawaii
 •  'Lunch Buddies' program celebrates on Kauai
 •  Weather: Fair skies should last until Monday
 •  Pedestrian struck by car near Kam swap meet
 •  Surf picking up a bit today on east-facing shores
 •  Hawaii snags $8 million in federal grants
 •  Kunia Road potholes to be repaired today
 •  Traffic crash reported on H-2 north near H-1
 •  Vehicle fire reported on Kaukamana in Waianae
 •  Robbery reported at Kapalama Shopping Center
 •  Mokapu Blvd. lane closures set for today
 •  Silent march set for domestic violence victim
 •  Molokai panel to be briefed on irrigation system
 •  Emergency crews tending to unconscious person
 •  Five missing foster teens found this past week
 •  Free kids' car seat inspections offered today
 •  Bolt sets world record in 100 meters
 •  Soccer: Ching scores in Houston victory
 •  Kaufman sixth in long jump for UH women
 •  Golf: Goggin leads Memorial; McLachlin, Wilson far back
 •  Wie falls off pace at Ladies German Open
 •  Golf: Kimberly Kim wins match as US leads Curtis Cup
 •  NHL: Red Wings take 3-1 series lead over Penguins
 •  MLB: Ramirez joins 500-homer club in Boston win
 •  Golf: UCLA wins NCAA men’s golf tourney by 1 stroke
 •  Autos: Hamlin wins Nationwide race again for JGR
 •  MLB: Griffey hits home run No. 599 in Reds' win
 •  MLB: Shoulder strengthening next for Matsuzaka
 •  MLB: Red Sox activate Buchholz, send him to Triple-A
 •  Golf: Gustafson rolls to six-shot lead at Ginn Tribute
 •  NBA: Spurs' Horry says his return is up in air
 •  Golf: Price takes over lead at Principal Charity Classic
 •  NBA: Position-by-position matchups for the NBA finals
 •  MLB: Willis to start for Tigers on Tuesday
 •  Golf: Strange leads by three in Wales
 •  Tennis: Ginepri likely to earn Olympic berth
 •  Tennis: Federer advances at French Open
 •  Tennis: Sharapova advances to 4th round
 •  Soccer: Beckham is captain again for England
 •  Basketball: Leslie, Parker on U.S. women's team
 •  Beach volleyball: U.S. duo wins in Barcelona
 •  MLB: Padres put Estes on DL
 •  MLB: Posada throws, could rejoin Yankees soon
 •  Notre Dame AD takes job at Duke
 •  NBA: Suns to interview Pistons assistant Porter again
 •  Running: Kenya's Korir wins Stockholm Marathon
 •  Horse racing: Big Brown gets fresh sutures
 •  Sign-ups: Cheerleading clinic coming up
 •  Sign-ups: Rose heads football clinic
 •  On the air today: Golf, NCAA baseball, softball
 •  On the air tomorrow: NCAA baseball, softball, pro golf
 •  Chaperon liable in cheerleader's death, arbitrator finds

Local News
 •  Musician Bill Tapia, 100, stars at temporary closing of Royal Hawaiian
 •  IHS shelters to charge fee for long stay
 •  Aloha puts Mesa lawsuit up for auction
 •  Pet ban gets another look
 •  Kahuku ER care questioned Video
 •  Pearl Harbor landmark proposed
 •  McCain's troop numbers spark Obama retort
 •  Wireless data aids cardiac victims
 •  Veterans unhappy with service at clinic
 •  Bee win is sweet 'guerdon' for boy
 •  Crane deaths highlight lapse Video
 •  Gas prices have people around the world fuming
 •  Newbies, new fees and Spam
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Wie three back in German Open
 •  Kim wins four-ball match as U.S. takes lead at Curtis Cup
 •  Celtics take down Pistons in six, 89-81 Photo gallery
 •  Kate Robinson: Life after college ball
 •  Perry, Goggin tied atop Memorial
 •  Lakers-Celtics series rivals none
 •  Cubs rally by Rockies
 •  Bucknell stuns Florida State, 7-0
 •  Texas A&M, Arizona State remain unbeaten in series
 •  UH's Gauthier seventh in pole vault
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Moonlit party
 •  Asia Cruise to kick it up at State Fair
 •  Free harp concert tonight
 •  Next Movement closes out with art, music, fashion
 •  Pet Blessing Festival is tomorrow at Kalihi shrine
 •  ‘Diary of the Dead’ should satisfy your fright flick craving
 •  New novel proves Bond lives on at creator's 100th birthday
 •  Memoir stars Bob Dylan and NYC
 •  Female ordination punished
 •  Initiative could overturn decision
 •  Qurans handed out in good will
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Words of blessing hold power
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

 •  New laws don't ensure more affordable homes
 •  United Airlines scraps plan to combine with US Airways
 •  High gas prices give boost to small-town bus factory
 •  Continental searches for new partners
 •  Hang on to your wallet when wedding money grubbers are near
 •  Ford Fiesta will be built near Mexico City
 •  Wii Fit in short supply, flying off the shelves
 •  Thieves puncturing gasoline tanks in search of 'liquid gold'
 •  Gift cards a can't-miss present for new graduates
 •  U.S. automakers hit hard by sudden consumer shift
 •  BlackBerry tops smart-phone sales
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  March papaya harvest up from '07
 •  Consumers hold back on spending; incomes up 0.2%
 •  Coming events

 •  Conservation will get us through dry patch
 •  Imagining a message that speaks to women
 •  Newbies, new fees and Spam
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Saturday