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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 21, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Woman dies after her car goes off embankment near Keawaula Bay
 •  Sportscaster Les Keiter celebrated at Waikiki memorial Video
 •  Escapee from state hospital captured in Kaneohe
 •  State to begin posting names of tax scofflaws online Friday
 •  Defendant's wife says he was home with her on night of murder
 •  Kaneohe Marine dies in non-hostile incident in Iraq
 •  Big Island police investigating report of arrows falling into Waiakea Uka yard
 •  State unclaimed property program will be at Spring New Products Show
 •  Celebration of life for stage icon Jim Hutchison on Friday
 •  Kahuku High senior wins congressional district art contest
 •  Maui man serving 20 years for stabbing has sentence reduced
 •  Pulitzer Prize was an affirmation for Maui poet Merwin
 •  Fugitive shoots at 'Dog' Chapman in Colorado
 •  4.2 earthquake shakes Big Island
 •  Windward CC chancellor candidates to appear at open forums
 •  Honolulu announces online voting for neighborhood boards
 •  Program brings free dental care to Big Island keiki next week
 •  Temporary pier in Kaunakakai Harbor almost finished
 •  No green waste disposal at Hanalei station because of muddy conditions
 •  Maui judge: No constitutional right to dance at bars
 •  Rainfall records set yesterday in Lihue, Kahului
 •  Car hits hydrant, causing geyser in Maunawili
 •  Isle coffee growers score well in international competition
 •  Hilo developers fined over cesspool operations
 •  Construction to begin on Makiki EMS building
 •  Thyne named Maui County Fire Department assistant chief
 •  New horseshoe courts to be dedicated on Big Island
 •  Big Island police seeking man on contempt of court charge
 •  Hawaii surf: 6-9 feet expected on North Shore
 •  Hawaii weather: Heavy rains possible again today
 •  Study finds Hawaii least stressed in nation
 •  Scientists monitoring Big Island volcanoes
 •  City hosting anti-fraud conference aimed at seniors
 •  No. 3 Arizona State blasts No. 20 UH, 17-2
 •  NFL draft: Warriors Jake Ingram shows it’s a snap
 •  NBA playoffs: Cavaliers hold off Pistons 94-82
 •  NFL draft: Advertiser's mock draft 1.0
 •  OIA baseball tournament schedule
 •  Obama honors Navy football team
 •  Phillies' Shane Victorino wins Lou Gehrig Memorial Award
 •  NCAA approves ’sand’ volleyball as college sport for women
 •  Criminal probe of dead horses opened in Florida
 •  `Refrigerator’ Perry hospitalized in S. Carolina
 •  CFB: MWC commish proposes playoff to BCS
 •  NFL draft: Team-by-team first picks, M-W
 •  NFL draft: Team-by-team first picks, A-K
 •  British cricket teams play on Everest for record
 •  NBA: Magic's Howard wins defensive player of the year
 •  NBA: Celtics lose another forward as Powe out for playoffs
 •  MLB: Astros snap Dodgers’ 8-game win streak
 •  NFL draft: Boston College’s Raji, a beast and possibly a burden
 •  NFL draft: Florida’s Harvin must overcome dubious past
 •  MLB: SS Lowrie has wrist surgery, Baldelli to DL
 •  NFL: Cards’ schedule violates Fiesta contract
 •  NFL: Teams inquire about Cardinals’ Boldin
 •  NFL: Giants’ remaining receivers see a big opportunity
 •  MLB: Braves’ McCann back in lineup with new eye contact
 •  NFL: Quarterback issue surrounds the Jets
 •  NFL: Giants expected to upgrade at wide receiver, but how
 •  Olympics: Coach K recalls building a gold medal winner
 •  MLB: Umpire Danley hit by broken bat
 •  CFB: 2 Faulkner football players killed in Alabama
 •  MLB: Little League offers to pay fine for Nats OF Dukes
 •  NFL draft: Lions expect deal with top pick before draft day
 •  MLB: Fat Tuesdays: Twins offer 9 all-you-can-eat nights
 •  CFB: Mississippi State to report secondary NCAA violation
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign tight end Sean Ryan
 •  MLB: Royals put Waechter on DL, recall Bannister
 •  NFL: Los Angeles judge throws out part of Northcutt suit
 •  CBKB: Villanova G Reynolds declares for NBA draft
 •  NFL draft: McCloughan sees multiple needs in draft for 49ers
 •  NFL draft: Rams again have No. 2 pick, this time with new GM
 •  NFL draft: Seahawks have other needs besides quarterback
 •  MLB: Torre having fun again with Dodgers winning big
 •  NBA: Report: Spanish prospect Rubio to enter draft
 •  Hockey: Dominator returns: Hasek to play in Czech Republic
 •  NFL draft: Crabtree sure he’ll grab greatness in NFL
 •  NFL draft: Pettigrew is a ’throwback’: Top tight end a fierce blocker
 •  NFL draft: Team-by-team analysis
 •  NFL draft: Running back prospects lack superstar
 •  Prep softball standings
 •  OIA boys volleyball standings
 •  UH football: Autograph session to precede Warrior Bowl
 •  Walgreen's opens pharmacy-only store in Waipahu
 •  Canon Business Solutions opens Hawaii office
 •  Honolulu Festival provides boost to tourism industry
 •  First Hawaii Bank Foundation funds credit counseling
 •  Hawaii commercial real estate market ranked third strongest
 •  Newly renovated 40 South School Street Offices get eco designation
 •  Architecture firm Pacific Atelier buys Projectors Hawaii
 •  May 1 is deadline to apply for booth at Made in Hawaii Festival
 •  Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce names 'O'o Award winners
 •  Macy's to host renowned 'fusion' chef Govind Armstrong
 •  Maui Onion Festival announces chef and event lineup
 •  Resort fundraiser benefits Maui charities
 •  Affordable housing funds deserve support

Local News
 •  Mixed response to conviction Photo gallery Video
 •  Charter school won't get land
 •  Penguin Bank project called off
 •  Hawaii's firework fees could skyrocket 50%
 •  Hawaii rail transit will create jobs but estimates of how many vary
 •  Stand-up paddleboarders spur Hawaii debate on ocean access
 •  Students reach out to needy Photo gallery Video
 •  Army Maj. Gen. Herbert Wolff
 •  Maui poet W.S. Merwin wins 2nd Pulitzer
 •  Air Guard looks forward to arrival of F-22 Raptors Photo gallery Video
 •  Pair pleads guilty in mortgage scam
 •  No video of Chinatown slaying
 •  Showers pelt Maui, Oahu
 •  Residents urged to conserve water after power outage
 •  Only green waste accepted today at transfer station
 •  Blaze at timeshare complex causes $900,000 in damage
 •  Drowning victim identified as Minnesota woman, 61
 •  Community family event offers free entertainment
 •  Cancer society gearing up for weekend's Relay For Life
 •  Man considered dangerous escapes from State Hospital
 •  Obituaries
 •  'Hip' gets old; focus on aloha instead

 •  Rainbows ranked No. 20
 •  Many can still position themselves as starters Photo gallery Video
 •  'Iolani claims ILH regular-season title Photo gallery Video
 •  Many can still position themselves as starters Photo gallery Video
 •  Rainbow twin bill won't be on radio
 •  'Iolani claims ILH regular-season title Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii Baptist's Leung having a killer season
 •  Dynamic duo sailing into finals
 •  Team Aloha goes 3-2
 •  This week
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Water polo
 •  Baseball
 •  Softball
 •  Volleyball
 •  Jaguars sign receiver Holt
 •  Allen, Celtics get even with Bulls
 •  Cavs' Brown named top coach
 •  Pirates cool off Marlins, 8-0
 •  Women go down to wire
 •  Hawaii softball sweeps on road
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  'Bows fans will be hearing dead air

Island Life
 •  Playing with puppets brings smiles to keiki Video
 •  Leaving beauty routine to the 5-year-old
 •  Kids now have own resources on eco-issues
 •  Printable coupons for every need
 •  Madonna adoption appeal set for May 4 Photo gallery

 •  DBEDT slapped over purchasing
 •  Bank of Hawaii income down 37%
 •  Vacancy rate in retail space up slightly since downturn
 •  Pasha seeks interisland OK
 •  Uncertainty about banks sets Dow back nearly 300 points
 •  Belt Collins listed among top firms
 •  General Growth borrowing $375M
 •  Oracle beats out IBM, buys Sun Microsystems

 •  Retailers should pitch in to boost program
 •  For midlifers, a fresh chance for service
 •  Foreign problems existed before Bush
 •  Bikes, pedestrians