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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 16, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Trial opens in 1999 cold-case murder Photo gallery
 •  Advertiser series on domestic abuse wins Dart Award for Excellence
 •  Wailupe-Aina Haina schools consolidation meeting rescheduled
 •  Man who scrapped shark tours won't rule out future ventures
 •  Legislature asks court to reconsider ruling on Hawaii Superferry
 •  Suspect in Punchbowl shooting indicted
 •  Miss Aloha Hula competition kicks off
 •  Pearl Harbor dive unit to deploy to Bahrain
 •  UH looking at new insurance program
 •  Radford High student arrested in campus stabbing; victim in hospital
 •  Hilo motorists reminded of Merrie Monarch traffic pattern changes
 •  Big Island kupuna show Merrie Monarch spirit in hotel performance Photo gallery Video
 •  Isle couple helping Oregon police recover loot they stole
 •  North Kona councilman says DLNR's feral cattle hunt disrespectful, dangerous
 •  Three Isle authors in reading at Hawaii State Library event
 •  State releases $2.9 million for athletic facilities upgrades at UH-Manoa
 •  Hilo man accused of ramming officer's car may face more charges
 •  District 3 council candidates in radio forum today
 •  Motorcycle crash victim was from Kapolei
 •  New U.S. Pacific Fleet commander nominated
 •  Woman who drowned in Kona was afraid of water, son says
 •  Kihei man gets one-year term for punching officer
 •  Remains of missing Korean War soldier indentified
 •  Hawaii surf: 8-12 feet likely on North Shore today
 •  Hawaii weather: Sunny this morning, showers later
 •  Hawaii Guard troops back from six-month tour in Philippines
 •  Tsunami Awareness Month in Hawaii events scheduled
 •  Big Island police warn of possible phone scam
 •  UH point guards now officially signed
 •  Celebration of Life of Les Keiter Tuesday at Outrigger Canoe Club
 •  Celtics GM Danny Ainge has mild heart attack
 •  California senate acts to bar LPGA English-only policy
 •  NBC broadcaster John Madden retires
 •  MLB: Humiliation, not glory, in Yankee Stadium opener; NY loses, 10-2
 •  Baseball: Ichiro Suzuki sets Japanese hits record
 •  New $1.5 billion Yankee Stadium formally opens
 •  NFL: Ex-player Henry guilty in cocaine trafficking case
 •  Tennis: Federer loses in third round in Monte Carlo
 •  Partial verdict reached in Castroneves tax trial
 •  NFL: Eli Manning sings praises of Browns WR Braylon Edwards
 •  MLB: Angels sending Guerrero back to LA for exam
 •  NBA: As playoffs start, does a LeBron-Kobe final await?
 •  NBA: Bosh to wait before deciding future with Raptors
 •  Volleyball: Kiraly hired as assistant for USA team
 •  CBKB: Flynn hires agent and declares for NBA draft
 •  CFB: Alabama: Stabler won’t return to broadcasts
 •  NFL: Lions sign free agents WR Curry and FB Smith
 •  MLB: Pujols to headline Home Run Derby in St. Louis
 •  Kentucky Derby: Pioneerof the Nile, Chocolate Candy at Churchill
 •  NFL: Browns GM sidesteps questions about trades
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams loses in 3rd round at Family Circle
 •  NFL: Panthers GM remains confident Peppers will return
 •  CFB: Charlotte’s Meineke Bowl to be played Dec. 26
 •  CFB: Duke point guard Paulus weighs football options
 •  Mass. medical examiner rules Fidrych's death an accident
 •  NFL: Niners extend contracts of LB Haralson, K Nedney
 •  NHL: Risebrough out as Wild general manager
 •  CBKB: Washington assistant Dollar expected to take over at Seattle U
 •  Auto racing: McLaren CEO Ron Dennis stepping aside
 •  Cycling: Lance Armstrong confirmed for Giro despite surgery
 •  CFB: UW-WSU Apple Cup on the move to Qwest Field?
 •  NBA: Scott Brooks to remain Thunder head coach
 •  Sports groups pushing for monopoly, Australian media group says
 •  MLB: Bad rotation, lineup, and now bullpen mean bad roadtrip for Giants
 •  NBA: Grant Hill plays in 82nd game, leads Suns in season finale
 •  MLB: Cy Young winners stumble at start
 •  Figure skating: Brubaker has surgery to repair sports hernias
 •  Cycling: Kazakh federation to resume paying Astana wages
 •  Recreation: CycleSwap set for Saturday
 •  NFL: 2009 weekly schedule
 •  NFL: Team-by-team 2009 regular seasons schedule
 •  NBA: Celtics' Garnett could miss all of the playoffs
 •  Auto racing: Ferrari ditches KERS system for Chinese Grand Prix
 •  UH baseball: Season-ticket holders for all UH sports receive ticket discount
 •  UH volleyball: Senior citizens, UH alumni get ticket discount; students free
 •  This date in sports history: 1958 — Arnold Palmer wins Masters
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  Average Hawaii gas price up 1 cent to $2.46 a gallon
 •  Georgia firm buys Waimanalo-based Ikaika
 •  Shidler College teams to pitch business ideas
 •  Small Business Hawaii undergoes name change
 •  AIG Hawaii being sold to U.S. unit of Zurich Financial Services
 •  'Shrek' animator gives lecture at KCC tonight
 •  Shop and help save the Earth
 •  Down to Earth moves to biodegradable bags on Earth Day
 •  Tube Notes: 'Parks and Recreation,' 'Harpers Island'
 •  Third Eye Blind to perform in Hawaii in June
 •  Mos Def's Hawaii show tickets on sale tomorrow
 •  Trash collection fee: Study could add fairness to city taxes

Local News
 •  Hawaii foreclosures soar 503% in March
 •  Stabbing victim identifies attacker
 •  Bob Krauss indexed history
 •  'Tea party' tax protests held at Hawaii state Capitol, nationwide Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii's tough economy may affect Merrie Monarch business Video
 •  General Growth files for Chapter 11
 •  Dojo finally gets a home
 •  Felix's volunteerism dates back to his Cub Scout days
 •  Punalu'u bridge to be replaced
 •  Effort to reunite couple advances
 •  Man gets 3 weeks for urinating on woman
 •  Murder suspect appears in court Video
 •  Suit claims insurer paid $400,000 to Aerosmith
 •  Mayor won't spare Waiawa from rail Video
 •  Low blood sugar in diabetics linked to dementia risk
 •  Old shoes sought to recycle into play surface material
 •  Missing spear fisherman may have been in boating accident
 •  Jurors deliberating fate of defendant in stabbing case Video
 •  Red Cross swimming classes begin in June for keiki, adults
 •  Volunteers needed Saturday for 13 1/2-mile bike path cleanup
 •  LCC holds info session today on its digital media programs
 •  Obamas earned $2.7 million last year Photo gallery
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss indexed history

 •  Sad aloha for UH's Carney
 •  'Mayhem' willing to bring bad attitude Video
 •  Wong has become smash hit for baseball 'Bows
 •  Savaiigaea returns from rocky road Photo gallery Video
 •  Savaiigaea returns from rocky road Photo gallery Video
 •  No. 1 Raiders' quick start beats Troubadors, 10-7
 •  Kaiser's Spiker wins nationals
 •  This week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Golf
 •  Mid-Pac loaded with young guns
 •  U.S. Open qualifiers in Hawaii start in May
 •  PacWest teams compete for title
 •  First Tee going well at Waimea CC
 •  Holes in One
 •  Spurs rally for division title
 •  Playoffs tip off this weekend
 •  Suzuki plays spoiler
 •  Hawaii heptathletes start strong
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Making a splash Video
 •  Tests reveal risks of heart disease
 •  Health calendar
 •  Foxx apologizes for bad jokes about Miley Photo gallery
 •  Classes for parents at Bishop Museum
 •  Don’t let a few diet disasters get you down

 •  Ponzi scams topple as times get tough
 •  Tiny tab takes the hassle out of foil
 •  Debtors need to be respected, too
 •  Lender bids for Ilikai units Video
 •  Investors jump into market on new signs recession is easing
 •  Down to Earth sale on Earth Day
 •  Consumer prices dip 0.1% in March
 •  Tiny tab takes the hassle out of foil

 •  Improved benefits and healthcare overdue
 •  Tax hikes better plan than worker cutbacks
 •  Obama's confusing euphemisms
 •  Natatorium