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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 17, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Trial begins in 2004 beating death of man outside Kona Street bar
 •  Hawaiian immersion school kids making the most of Merrie Monarch week Video
 •  Parole board calls Lankford's actions 'unconscionable behavior'
 •  H-1 lanes at North-South Road, Makakilo Interchange to be closed tonight
 •  'Farewell to Manzanar' author James Houston had love of the Islands
 •  Lingle names innovation award winners for February
 •  Big Island police ask public's help in finding 'Hawaii Island's Most Wanted'
 •  Officials looking into use of Taser to subdue Keeau High student
 •  'Freeway Jimmy' pleads guilty to copper theft
 •  Puppy worth $800 stolen from Pet's Discount in Market City
 •  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans $14 million effort to save Hawaiian crow
 •  Christopher Moore and Markus Zusak at UH tomorrow
 •  State releases $1.7 million for Puunene Armory water system fixes
 •  Hawaii surf: 7 to 9 feet expected on North Shore
 •  Hawaii weather: Sunny this morning, showers later
 •  Pearl Harbor dive unit to deploy to Bahrain
 •  UH looking at new insurance program
 •  Hilo motorists reminded of Merrie Monarch traffic pattern changes
 •  Macdonald, Wong homer in UH's 5-4 victory over Sacramento State
 •  USC sweeps past volleyball Warriors
 •  New guards will help speed up Rainbow Warriors' offense
 •  Indy driver, 'Dancing' winner Castroneves acquitted in tax case
 •  Olympic champ Hamilton retires from cycling after positive test
 •  Minnesota school adds skateboarding to curriculum
 •  CFB: Boise State wraps up practice with spring game
 •  Boxing: Gamboa wins WBA featherweight championship
 •  MLB: Sheffield hits 500th homer in Mets win
 •  MMA: The Iceman under pressure to win at UFC 97
 •  NFL: Bills agree to trade Pro Bowl LT Peters to Eagles
 •  NBA: GM Ainge could be out of hospital by Sunday
 •  MLB: Matsui's knee hurting, Yankees add Miranda
 •  CFB: Pullman, Wash., merchants upset by plan to move Apple Cup
 •  NBA: A look at the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs
 •  NBA: A look at the first round of the Western Conference playoffs
 •  MLB: Harry Kalas honored but Phillies fall to Padres, 8-7
 •  Gymnastics: Georgia sends Yoculan out with 10th title
 •  NFL: Seahawks saying Hasselbeck’s still their man
 •  MLB: Red Sox overcome 7-run deficit to beat Orioles
 •  NBA: Wizards beat Clippers for better shot in lottery
 •  MLB: Bad for Vlad: Angels DL Guerrero with pec tear
 •  NFL: Chiefs tinker with new defense on start of three-day minicamp
 •  Soccer: Macedonian club banned in match-fixing case
 •  MLB: Adenhart remembered in funeral service
 •  MLB: Yankees beat Indians 6-5 for 1st win at new home
 •  CBKB: Nevada's Ahyaro Phillips dismissed from team
 •  NBA: Magic’s Lewis, Turkoglu expect to play Sunday
 •  NBA: Bobcats' training camp coming home to save costs
 •  Cricket: Pakistan removed as co-host of World Cup
 •  Some 20,000 expected for Tillman tribute run in Arizona
 •  Olympics: IOC inspection team gets tour of Tokyo 2016 venues
 •  Soccer: Macedonian club banned in match-fixing case
 •  Tennis: Schiavone, Vinci reach Barcelona Open semis
 •  Horse racing: Winning horse put down after N.Y. accident
 •  Auto racing: Allmendinger signs contract through 2010
 •  CBKB: Paulus would need waiver for football eligibility
 •  Boston cyclists take early run on Marathon course
 •  MLB: Giants' Lincecum sent home with stomach ailment
 •  MLB: Dodgers have their way with bumbling Giants
 •  MLB: Giants should be competitive — sometime in 2011
 •  NBA: Jazz limp into first-round matchup against Lakers
 •  Chinese school accused of fraud at soccer tourney
 •  NFL: RB Moreno a consummate pro in waiting
 •  NFL: Eli Manning sings praises of Browns WR Braylon Edwards
 •  Tennis: Nadal, Djokovic reach semifinals at Monte Carlo
 •  Auto racing: Gloom sets in at Ferrari after poor practice
 •  For some Phillies fans, Kalas was more than a voice
 •  Figure skating: Lysacek leads U.S. at World Team Trophy
 •  Hawaii unemployment soared to 7.1 percent in March
 •  Hawaii Central Credit Union offers free document shredding
 •  Aqua Engineers win Army sustainability award
 •  Lagareta invited to join global public relations group
 •  Starwood sues Hilton alleging intellectual property theft
 •  Scientists group bringing 5,000 people to Waikiki for convention
 •  Cruise over to Iolani School if you're not in the Caribbean
 •  Tube Notes: 'Prison Break,' 'Spongebob Squarepants'
 •  San Francisco artist to create art in The Contemporary Museum gardens
 •  Deals for The Contemporary Museum online
 •  Volcano Art Center awarded $25,000 grant for forest stewardship program
 •  Hawaii and Mainland attractions' discount coupons online
 •  Youth-produced video marathon tomorrow at Pearlridge
 •  City Council District 3 endorsement: Felix business, civic records set him apart

Local News
 •  Man pleads guilty to fraud
 •  'Hulaholics' take over Hilo festival Video
 •  Advertiser report on domestic abuse honored for excellence
 •  Hawaii’s biggest malls to operate normally during bankruptcy
 •  Traffic fatalities in Hawaii mounting, but at average pace
 •  DNA led Hawaii prosecutors to man now on trial for 1999 murder Video
 •  Obama pledges to fight flow of guns, drugs at border
 •  Big hole in legislator's cloak of immunity
 •  Informational meeting set on proposed utility rate hike
 •  Radford student arrested in stabbing on campus Video
 •  Tunnel work will close H-3 from Halawa to Kane'ohe
 •  $25,000 OHA grant to aid heritage community center
 •  Two H-1 Freeway lanes shut down tonight for repairs
 •  4,000 expected to take part in Sunday’s AIDS walk
 •  Suspect in slaying of woman indicted by Oahu grand jury
 •  Man gets year in prison for punching police officer
 •  Families sue over VaTech slayings Photo gallery
 •  Felix up for top volunteer title Video
 •  Operator still aims to hold tours
 •  Multimedia sale at Hawaii Kai library
 •  Community calendar
 •  Chinatown bar to give up license
 •  Hutchison lit up Broadway, local stages
 •  Obituaries
 •  Big hole in legislator's cloak of immunity

 •  Sapolu speaks, Warriors listen Video
 •  Race is wide open for Solo OC1 title
 •  52 from Hawaii to run in Boston Marathon
 •  Warriors' Wilton ready for aloha ball
 •  'Bows hoping to bounce back
 •  Sapolu speaks, Warriors listen Video
 •  Ricketts aces first year as Rainbow Wahine
 •  MPI rallies past Kamehameha, 10-9
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Galdeira zooms to head of class
 •  Celtics GM Ainge suffers minor heart attack
 •  Indians spoil Yankees' home debut
 •  52 from Hawaii to run in Boston Marathon
 •  Moore on May cover of Surfer magazine
 •  Twisters' Yee off to gymnastics nationals
 •  East No. 1 Bruins win opener
 •  Sunday Night Football's Madden retires
 •  Hawaii heptathletes finish strong
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Wilton can be proud when he looks back

Island Life
 •  Beachy sheen
 •  Fabric fest features more than textiles
 •  'Princess Jamyung' debuts Monday
 •  Celtic punkers Flogging Molly are back
 •  CD Reviews
 •  On my ipod
 •  New on disc: 'Reader,' 'The Spirit,' 'Skins'
 •  'State' gives journalist chance at Hollywood
 •  Animated 'Superman' shorts a stunning visual treat
 •  Screening room
 •  Are you in a rebound relationship?
 •  Brace yourself, fellas: The 'man girdle' is here
 •  Connecticut puts late actor in Hall of Fame Photo gallery
 •  Date book
 •  Bedtime stories
 •  Ongoing events

 •  Recession's easing, latest data suggest
 •  Kaiser president among 30 honorees
 •  Aqua Hotels has festival deal
 •  AIG Hawaii sold to Farmers
 •  Hawaiian Telcom bonuses OK'd
 •  Google feels recession's impact despite seeing small profit jump

 •  Study could add fairness to city taxes
 •  Let's help those in need
 •  Obama a fast talker, and a faster spender
 •  Identity crisis for same-sex married couples
 •  Honolulu Symphony

 •  Beachy sheen
 •  Fabric fest features more than textiles
 •  Mystery, history, ghosts abound on walking tours
 •  'Princess Jamyung' debuts Monday
 •  Movie video games work to overcome the critics
 •  New on disc: 'Reader,' 'The Spirit,' 'Skins'
 •  'State' gives journalist chance at Hollywood
 •  Animated 'Superman' shorts a stunning visual treat
 •  Screening room
 •  Celtic punkers Flogging Molly are back
 •  CD Reviews
 •  On my ipod
 •  No shortage of burger joints around town
 •  Hawaii eats
 •  Date book
 •  Bedtime stories
 •  Ongoing events