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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 15, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Coast Guard rescues three divers in boat capsize off Ewa Beach
 •  UH launches new Web site to track progress of presidential search
 •  Gusty trade winds in store through President's Day holiday
 •  Cab drivers to learn how to defend themselves
 •  Big Island officials searching for missing teen
 •  Maui County DUI arrests top 1,000 again
 •  1951 territorial boxing champ Gusman dies
 •  Shaq, Kobe winners again in All-Star game
 •  NBA: Shaq puts on a show at All-Star Game
 •  NBA: Porter out as Suns' coach, Gentry in
 •  Matt Kenseth wins rain-shortened Daytona 500
 •  CBKB: How the AP Top 25 men's basketball teams fared
 •  Cycling: Armstrong charges through rainy, rocky day
 •  NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins fire coach Therrien
 •  NBA: All-Star rosters
 •  CBKB: How the AP Top 25 women's basketball teams fared
 •  MLB: Slimmer Padre Bell credits his video game console
 •  CBKB: Boston College stuns No. 6 Duke 80-74
 •  Auto racing: Unlucky Busch's bid for 500 win ends with wreck
 •  Auto racing: Earnhardt triggers 9-car accident in Daytona 500
 •  NFL: Bills' RB Lynch arrested on gun charge
 •  MLB: Girardi set to be next to A-Rod at Tuesday news conference
 •  Auto racing: Tom Cruise, Tim Tebow among celebrities at Daytona
 •  Auto racing: Daytona 500 begins under gray skies
 •  Les Murakami, Eldredge coaching 'ohana honored Sunday
 •  Prep boys and girls basketball standings
 •  CBKB: N.C. State honors late Yow, upends Virginia
 •  Tennis: Stepanek rallies to win SAP Open
 •  Obituary: Kaplowitz, who played in first NBA game, dies
 •  Auto racing: Logano wrecks to end his 1st Daytona 500
 •  CBKB: X-ray's negative; Davidson's Curry day-to-day
 •  MLB: Rodriguez calls Sports Illustrated writer to apologize
 •  Obama hits the court during trip to Chicago
 •  CBKB: Virginia beats No. 12 Clemson 85-81 in OT
 •  Skiing: Vonn and Ligety lead U.S.; Miller comes up empty
 •  Tennis: Dubai denies visa for Israeli player
 •  MLB: Braves excited about new pitchers as spring begins
 •  Tennis: Murray beats injured Nadal in ABN Amro final
 •  Skiing: Austria's Pranger wins men's slalom at worlds
 •  Skiing: Bjorndalen wins second straight biathlon gold
 •  Skiing: Demong wins Nordic combined World Cup event
 •  Skiing: Bode Miller to take rare midseason break
 •  MLB: Wakamatsu enjoys familiarity on first day with M's
 •  MLB: Australia's Rowland-Smith choosing between M's, homeland
 •  Auto racing: Gordon ready to snap 41-race winless streak
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  UH baseball tickets on sale; food item prices reduced
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  Indiana girls swim team eclipses Punahou's national win streak record
 •  'Oliver Twist’ latest attempt to make Dickens relevant to modern audiences

Local News
 •  Study backs H-power growth
 •  4 more housing scams reported
 •  Unlocking the magic of piano
 •  High subsidies may scuttle Hawaii's ferry
 •  Bill limits use of leaf blowers in Hawaii neighborhoods
 •  Book by former Gov. Cayetano recalls happy Hawaii childhood
 •  Wie falters on back 9 for 2nd in SBS Open Photo gallery Video
 •  'Ukulele: It's 'a universal language' Photo gallery
 •  Rev. 'Jack' Newton served with humor, 85
 •  Obama would push Native Hawaiian bill
 •  Memorial Feb. 28 for McElrath at ILWU Union Hall
 •  Obamas flee to Chicago after difficult week in D.C.
 •  Security issues behind Hillary's first official trek to Asia
 •  Facebook's in the Army now
 •  Cutbacks may stall new Navy destroyer
 •  Motorcyclist hurt in Pali crash
 •  Landmark Hale'iwa store closes Video
 •  HOT's harem opera playful, colorful
 •  Obituaries
 •  Unlocking the magic of piano
 •  Port Royal wasn't first to get stuck

 •  Stanford wrests win from Wie Photo gallery Video
 •  Nevada rally lands UH in broken-hearts club Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani beats Mililani to win state boys DI soccer Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani beats Mililani to win state boys DI soccer Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani boys, Punahou girls capture crowns Photo gallery
 •  Punahou boys, girls roll to ILH wrestling crowns
 •  Kaiser boys, Pearl City girls earn OIA crowns
 •  Kapa'a captures DII state soccer title Photo gallery
 •  Top-ranked Farrington girls win, 77-66
 •  Wie points to Solheim Cup as a goal Video
 •  Johnson four shots ahead in AT&T
 •  Penn says more title bouts in the works
 •  Boise State stops No. 21 Utah State
 •  No. 2 Oklahoma tops Kansas, 69-54
 •  Robinson again king of the dunk
 •  QB Club to honor Murakami, Eldredges
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Still some lessons to be learned

Island Life
 •  Isle entertainers turn spotlight on Harada
 •  New crews take on 'Amazing Race'
 •  Making art in the oldest way
 •  Among many parents, peanut butter now taboo
 •  Animal companions
 •  Vegas is fun, but there's plenty luck at home
 •  Hawaii's best-sellers
 •  Writing institutes for students start in June
 •  Lit beat
 •  Art calendar
 •  'Fixies' bombing through a neighborhood near you Photo gallery
 •  From the HIP
 •  Being lone mom among party-mode pals is hard
 •  'Behavior modification' fails with children
 •  In honor of single moms who do it all
 •  A moment that crossed generations
 •  Tryouts calendar
 •  Births
 •  'Idol's' Archuleta brings boyish charm to Islands

 •  Chinese workers cope with 'mess' started by Americans
 •  Tycoons facing sudden ruin likely to try almost anything
 •  Malls still busy but stores inside aren't
 •  Healthy pay bumps for union leaders
 •  Happiness worth career sacrifices
 •  Shopaholics find it hard to resist deals in downturn
 •  More companies cut their travel spending
 •  Condom sales rise as consumers stay home
 •  Texting while dating is risky to romance
 •  Financial literacy classes debated
 •  L.A. in battle to ban big signs
 •  Software helps small businesses land contracts
 •  Solar-based projects rising fast in Isles

 •  Use of stimulus funds must be smart — and swift
 •  What's in it for Hawaii?
 •  Recovery bill represents major change
 •  Directing private funds for maximum impact
 •  China-U.S. relations mature, but challenging
 •  Accessing Afghanistan
 •  Makeovers for D.C.'s discarded celebrities
 •  Newspaper won't take federal bailout
 •  Letter to the Editor

 •  Ski, Sail, Stroll Vancouver
 •  Explore Gulf Islands' wildlife, culture on Maple Leaf cruises
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Have a whale of a time at SeaWorld
 •  Holoholo
 •  2 gadgets for up high, down low
 •  In wooded scrub of Rinca island, thar be dragons
 •  Travel Almanac
 •  New developments could make loyalty programs work
 •  Gold Spike is all shiny and new
 •  Useful information to have before travel overseas