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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 22, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Woman shot by police is arrested
 •  Bounty hunter Chapman nabs man who fired at him
 •  Man pulled from Hanauma Bay in critical condition
 •  Lingle signs bill that allows Big Island couple to share care home
 •  Council votes to ban use of cell phones while driving
 •  Lawmakers seek higher taxes on wealthy, hotel rooms, tobacco
 •  Abercrombie seeks national research on marine mammals
 •  DNA confirms bone fragment came from missing spearfisher
 •  Maui judge increases bail for two men accused of beating officer
 •  Flash flood watch for state in effect tomorrow, Friday
 •  Woman who died in Yokohama Bay car crash was from Waianae
 •  Judge denies bid to disqualify Bennett from Pflueger trial
 •  Hawaii law overturns rule that kept couple apart
 •  Duckworth wins unanimous approval to top VA post
 •  Chef Mavro honored for commitment to fresh produce
 •  Kekaha residents urged to attend community benefits meeting
 •  Hawaii National Parks getting nearly $16 million in stimulus funds
 •  $1.2 M in highway safety funds headed for Hawaii
 •  Stinging caterpillars found again in Big Island park
 •  Hawaii surf: 6-9 feet again today on North Shore
 •  Hawaii weather: Sunny today, showers tonight
 •  Big Island police investigating report of arrows falling into Waiakea Uka yard
 •  Honolulu announces online voting for neighborhood boards
 •  Kahuku High senior wins congressional district art contest
 •  Windward CC chancellor candidates to appear at open forums
 •  NFL draft: Warriors Jake Ingram shows it’s a snap
 •  NFL draft: Advertiser's mock draft 1.0
 •  OIA baseball tournament schedule
 •  Kurt Suzuki's 3-run HR upheld after replay, but Yankees win
 •  Polo player links supplement to 21 horse deaths
 •  NBA: Bulls' Rose is voted NBA rookie of the year
 •  Swimming: Phelps trying out new freestyle technique
 •  One tribe votes to approve Fighting Sioux nickname for North Dakota
 •  NFL draft: Sanchez would carry huge price tag for Redskins
 •  Prep pitcher 2 shy of record 6 straight no-hitters
 •  NFL draft: Georgia’s Moreno could be top running back picked
 •  MLB: Molina’s pinch-hit double in 10th lifts Giants over Padres, 1-0
 •  NFL draft: Patriots head into draft with 4 of top 58 picks
 •  NFL draft: Oher just one of many top offensive tackles
 •  NFL draft: Ankle injury didn’t knock Oklahoma State’s TE Pettigrew off track
 •  College: Houston athletic director Dave Maggard retiring
 •  NBA: Dampier vows to follow rules vs. Spurs, Parker
 •  Bronx bomb: Pricey seats at new Yankee Stadium go empty
 •  NFL draft: Jets, Ryan could go variety of directions
 •  CBKB: North Carolina, Michigan State schedule rematch
 •  MLB: Florida's Dodgertown complex to house Minor League Baseball
 •  CFB: Gun charge followed fight with Nevada football players
 •  MLB: Oakland RHP Devine has ligament replaced in elbow
 •  MLB: FBI requests e-mails related to Red Sox facility
 •  Random doping tests begin in sumo wrestling
 •  NBA: Lakers can't bring out the brooms just yet against Jazz
 •  NFL draft: Many teams annually blow most important position in draft: QB
 •  MLB: Company apologizes for ’Natinals’ jersey error
 •  NFL draft: Lions seem to favor Stafford, might sign top pick before draft
 •  NFL minicamp dates
 •  NFL draft: Team-by-team first picks, M-W
 •  NFL draft: Team-by-team first picks, A-K
 •  NFL draft: Team-by-team analysis
 •  OIA boys volleyball standings
 •  Prep softball standings
 •  NFL: 'Refrigerator' Perry hospitalized in South Carolina
 •  MLB: Fans hit a home run in spring training spending
 •  NBA: Rockets' Mutombo leaves playoff game on stretcher; end of career?
 •  NBA: Saunders to be unveiled Thursday as Wizards coach
 •  UH football: Autograph session to precede Warrior Bowl
 •  Women's hoops gets lots of A's for coaching hires
 •  Baseball calendar: July 14 — All-Star Game in St. Louis
 •  NBA calendar: June 25 — NBA draft
 •  NFL calendar: Aug. 13-17 — First preseason weekend
 •  This date in sports history: 1993 — Mariners' Chris Bosio tosses no-hitter
 •  MLB: Balls flying out of new Yankee Stadium at record pace
 •  Auto racing: This week's top events
 •  Maui forum set Friday on sustainable tourism
 •  Technology tax credit bill sent back to conference committee
 •  Hawaii resident found guilty in tax refund scheme
 •  Web site gives top rating to Mama's Fish House on Maui
 •  Hawaii economic index falls for 15th consecutive month
 •  British wine expert to visit Isles
 •  Hawaiian Airlines adds $10 premium option to coach meal service
 •  For Earth Day, play green in the kitchen
 •  Tube Notes: Earth Day, 'American Idol'
 •  Unusual performance explores Hawaiiian identity
 •  Legislature: Budget woes can’t be solved by tax hikes

Local News
 •  Wife provides alibi in murder
 •  Gunshot kills Marine in Iraq
 •  Senate passes care home bill
 •  Hawaii escapes from mental hospital down from a decade ago Video
 •  Honolulu police get training to better deal with mentally ill
 •  Fort Barrette Road's name becoming a heated issue Photo gallery Video
 •  Kapolei fort defended coast
 •  Melanoma risk gene identified
 •  All invited to celebrate life of theater's Jim Hutchison
 •  Hospital lays off 10 people Photo gallery Video
 •  No damage as 4.2 quake hits south flank of volcano Video
 •  Arguments in Kaloko Dam case will extend into May
 •  Volunteers to be trained Saturday to count reef fish
 •  School collecting canned goods for community center
 •  Pride 4 Ewa fair organizers seek participants, exhibitors
 •  Northbound H-2 lanes to be closed overnight tomorrow
 •  Driver dies after car plunges off 30-foot cliff onto rocks
 •  Campbell students share what they have learned
 •  Obituaries
 •  More to rail's impact than jobs

 •  'Bows blown away, 17-2
 •  Lee finds lacrosse a good fit at Pacific
 •  Mouton hopes to impress Bucs
 •  Mililani topples Castle, gains OIA quarters, 1-0 Photo gallery
 •  Oliva, Woods win out West
 •  This week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Niumatalolo-coached Navy meets Obama
 •  Trail Blazers tie up series
 •  Magic's Howard super on defense
 •  Indians double up on defense to win
 •  Victorino wins Gehrig Award
 •  HPA grad Unger awaits NFL draft
 •  NCAA will serve up sand volleyball
 •  Hilo second in PacWest
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Keiter's dedication to his work inspired Hawaii sportscasters Photo gallery Video

Island Life
 •  'Goodnight' springs to life on stage
 •  Colorado fugitive shoots at Chapman Photo gallery
 •  On KGMB, Hawaiian values
 •  Building a restaurant
 •  Satisfy iced coffee cravings at home
 •  Try 2 spicy, smoky Tex-Mex delights
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Explore one of spring's wild treasures — ramps
 •  Thinking outside the basil box
 •  A new view of chocolate chips — as in potato chips
 •  Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are a treat
 •  This chicken cooks under the frying pan
 •  Famous cheddar biscuits with a little less fat
 •  Explore one of spring's wild treasures — ramps
 •  Thinking outside the basil box
 •  A new view of chocolate chips — as in potato chips
 •  Gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are a treat
 •  This chicken cooks under the frying pan
 •  Famous cheddar biscuits with a little less fat
 •  Authors see meat as more of an accent
 •  Tangy lemon-flavored yogurt replaces fat in bread
 •  Butter Squares spread happiness
 •  Lightened lemon coffee cake loses calories, but not flavor
 •  Favorite recipes from Waipahu in print
 •  Shave ice, joy on the hottest summer days Video

 •  Tax-credit cutback could pass today
 •  Affordable rentals rise on Big Island
 •  Fed 'stress tests' favoring largest banks, report says
 •  Delinquent taxpayers will be revealed Friday
 •  Saloon Pilots heading East Photo gallery
 •  Geithner's optimism on banks ignites new rally on Wall Street
 •  Honolulu Festival a 'great success'
 •  Board nominees approved at heated Citi meeting

 •  Affordable housing funds deserve support
 •  Consider economics of Earth Day
 •  A strange new world
 •  Money for crows? What about people?
 •  More to rail's impact than jobs
 •  Rail in Waiawa