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Articles for April 29, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Obama vows great `vigilance’ as swine flu spreads
 •  World Health Organization raises pandemic alert level to 5
 •  State says suspect cases cleared of swine flu
 •  Mexican toddler visiting Texas is first U.S. swine flu death
 •  Feds drop ’swine flu’ for ’H1N1 flu’
 •  Outbreak stoking debate over illegal immigration
 •  World takes drastic steps to contain flu
 •  Mexico City shuts down taco stands
 •  Closing schools may not stop flu from spreading
 •  How WHO measures a pandemic
 •  Developments on flu outbreak worldwide
 •  Virus samples sent as drugmakers await vaccine go-ahead
 •  Clogged pipe causes Honokai Hale sewage spill
 •  Man shot to death in Kailua sought TRO against suspect
 •  Fire department says Makiki Heights blaze that killed 2 was intentionally set
 •  Hawaii may raise Mainland political contributions
 •  Jury deliberating in stomping death of man outside Kona Street bar in 2004
 •  Woman dies after being hit by tour bus in Waimanalo
 •  Big Island homeowners warned of solar-system thefts
 •  Woman slightly injured as moving truck strikes guard shack in Puuloa
 •  Crash closes Kamehameha in both directions near Waiahole Homestead Road
 •  $24 million released for emergency power facility at Honolulu airport
 •  Shoreline warning signs posted near Chevron refinery
 •  Civil-unions supporters to deliver petition to Taniguchi, Hanabusa
 •  Hawaii Kai board approves resolution seeking ban on shark-feeding tours
 •  Hawaii weather: Sunny today, showers tonight
 •  Hawaii surf: North Shore on the rise
 •  Army seeks comment on Makua cultural site preservation list
 •  This date in sports history: 1986 — Roger Clemens strikes out 20 Mariners
 •  Ex-UH basketball player Parghalava signs with Montana State-Billings
 •  UH baseball: Limited tickets for Saturday's UH-LaTech game
 •  UH: It's official, WAC volleyball tournament at neutral site — Las Vegas
 •  NBA: Magic’s Howard suspended for Game 6 against 76ers
 •  Ex-Warrior Erik Robinson to attend Buffalo Bills camp
 •  UH: Fans with baseball ticket stubs get discount at Big City Diner
 •  Kentucky Derby: Odds
 •  NBA: No penalty for Celtic guard Rondo’s hard foul on Miller
 •  Preps: Swine flu forces Texas high school officials to halt sports
 •  Olympics: All 6 athletes identified in Beijing doping cases
 •  NFL: Falcons sign former Georgia RB Verron Haynes
 •  NFL: Brett Favre to Vikings? Bears should be concerned
 •  HPU men’s tennis to host NCAA West Regional
 •  Golf: Woods: Reports of swing coach disharmony overblown
 •  Boxing: Pacquiao and Hatton ready for big fight
 •  NBA: Lakers’ Bynum anticipating showdown with Yao
 •  Cycling: Armstrong says collarbone good; glad to race again
 •  CFB: Football coaches to get results of poll review
 •  Peyton Manning creates a stir on the golf course, with Tiger Woods
 •  CFB: Navy commits to appear in 2013 Armed Forces Bowl
 •  Soccer: Man United beats Arsenal 1-0 in Champions League
 •  NBA: Yao will be focus in Game 6 of Blazers-Rockets
 •  Olympic champ Bolt in car crash in Jamaica
 •  MLB: Rag trade: Buy replica jersey, get 2 tickets
 •  Hockey: US falls to Sweden 6-5 in OT
 •  Tennis: Kuznetsova advances, Azarenka loses at Porsche GP
 •  Kentucky Derby: Win Willy out with possible ankle injury
 •  NFL: Steelers' Holmes arraigned on marijuana charge
 •  NBA: Nets' Lawrence Frank will return next season
 •  NBA: Pistons bringing back coach Michael Curry
 •  NBA: Magic's Courtney Lee out for Game 6 against 76ers
 •  Kentucky Derby: I Want Revenge made early favorite
 •  Kentucky Derby: Larry Jones tries to saddle winner
 •  Kentucky Derby: Godolphin Racing continues quest for 1st Derby win
 •  Olympics: 2 medalists among 6 positives in Beijing retests
 •  CBKB: 6-foot-11 prep star Sidney won’t play for USC
 •  NBA: Lakers get some rest for the wary
 •  NBA: Bulls lose brawl in Boston, but they aren’t going away
 •  NBA: Shot to Brad Miller’s head caps Bulls’ painful night
 •  NFL: Moving draft to Thursday in bid for more money has potential to backfire
 •  NFL: Jets release retired Favre; will he appear in purple?
 •  Obit: Bob Oates, 93, who covered 39 Super Bowls, dies
 •  NBA: Nowitzki’s emergence could be sign Mavs are peaking at right time
 •  NFL draft: Browns 2009 class could be remembered for players they passed up
 •  Soccer: Italian player Baldo gets ban for cocaine use
 •  NFL minicamp dates
 •  Tennis: Murray loses to Argentine qualifier Juan Monaco
 •  CBKB: Peterson changes mind, returning to Appalachian St
 •  NFL: Steelers' Holmes arraigned on marijuana charge
 •  Tennis: Kuznetsova advances at Porsche GP
 •  Cycling: Armstrong says collarbone good; glad to race again
 •  MLB: Indians' RHP Miller has surgery
 •  Auto racing: This week's top events
 •  Baseball calendar: July 14 — All-Star Game in St. Louis
 •  NBA calendar: June 25 — NBA draft
 •  NFL calendar: Aug. 13-17 — First preseason weekend
 •  Honolulu 5.8% jobless rate lower than many metro areas
 •  Industrial space vacancy rate low in Honolulu
 •  Hawaii man pleads guilty to filing false tax return
 •  Managing director named for Trump Tower in Waikiki
 •  Hawaii perinatal clinic receives $35,000 in grants
 •  Kahala Hotel & Resort appoints new GM
 •  Hawaii Better Business Bureau presents annual Torch Awards
 •  Talk Story Conference to draw storytellers from around U.S.
 •  First Friday reflects May Day traditions
 •  Historian chronicles Hawaii hospitals
 •  Swine flu: Airport surveys could boost health security

Local News
 •  Parasailer dies after falling
 •  Man shot to death in Kailua; suspect held
 •  Biotech seed company to plant crops on Kauai
 •  Possible swine flu cases in Hawaii awaiting test results Video
 •  Hawaii Ponzi scammer allegedly boasts of hidden assets
 •  Hawaii murder defendant exultant at scene, says witness Photo gallery Video
 •  U.S. Trustee calls for Hilo Hattie liquidation
 •  E-harassment bill expected to pass this week
 •  Sebelius approved in Senate vote
 •  Calif. duo indicted on ID theft charges
 •  Warning signs posted at Kalaeloa
 •  Mexico stabilizes as swine flu spreads
 •  Maui teams clean up at state Student Auto Skills contest
 •  Almost $5M in stimulus funding going to 3 harbors
 •  State officials announce mouflon sheep hunting days
 •  Medical examiner says bones left in tree not human
 •  Health officials recommend avoiding alfalfa sprouts
 •  Festival of Flowers will be a multicultural celebration
 •  Cocaine trafficker will serve 126-month prison sentence
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Flu could sever our shipping lifeline

 •  Elimimian, Wichmann tops
 •  Kaiser's girl for all seasons Video
 •  Pirates softball coach finds treasure in Hawaii
 •  UH men will open with Oklahoma State
 •  Kaiser's girl for all seasons Video
 •  'Iolani in ILH baseball final
 •  Moanalua's Merkle, Ota win OIA titles Photo gallery Video
 •  This week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Cardinals release LaBoy
 •  Celtics take down Bulls in OT, take 3-2 series lead
 •  Astros continue roll in Cincinnati, 8-3
 •  Limited Tickets for UH-LaTech
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Boise State utilizes Joes, not Pros, for its success

Island Life
 •  'Wiley' a predictable tale
 •  Rick Springfield is ready for a comeback
 •  Think global, eat local Photo gallery
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Hot wok secret to good fried rice
 •  USDA planning for sustainable agriculture facelift
 •  Imperial chefs guest at La Mer
 •  East Honolulu Food Festival on Saturday
 •  Scallops need little to supplement
 •  Asparagus perfect for spring
 •  Italian ricotta cheesecake simple to make
 •  Want painless risotto? Bake it
 •  Scallops need little to supplement
 •  Asparagus perfect for spring
 •  Italian ricotta cheesecake simple to make
 •  Veggies, fish shine in lighter pasta dish
 •  Want to write your own? Learn how
 •  A can-a this, a can-a that and pau already

 •  Gloomy forecast for Isle auto sales
 •  Mesa's bid for Aloha name still on hold
 •  Hawaiian Air parent posts profit
 •  Arrivals down 13th consecutive month
 •  Hawaii green businesses honored by state, chamber
 •  Market picks up on confidence
 •  Milk production up 14% in Feb.

 •  DOE budget discord fails taxpayers
 •  Reconciliation should remain a last resort
 •  Don't expect Specter to just toe party line
 •  Retribution is not restoration
 •  Swine flu Obama's homeland security test
 •  Flu could sever our shipping lifeline
 •  Civil unions

 •  Rick Springfield is ready for a comeback