Sponsored by:

Comment, blog & share photos

Log in | Become a member
The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 17, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Inouye says second stimulus package could be necessary
 •  Honolulu airport opens new parking structure with 1,800 stalls
 •  Sewage spill reported at Pearl Harbor's East Loch
 •  Pedestrian in serious condition after being struck on Piikoi Street
 •  Maili fire leaves family homeless
 •  Alert residents extinguish Punchbowl fire
 •  Kauai police ask help in finding missing teen
 •  Daughter says man who died at stadium ran six days a week
 •  Five arrested, one injured in fight at Waianae High
 •  Kauai Spring Break Program registration is March 13
 •  State ID applications to be taken at Aliiolani Elementary School
 •  Kaneohe Marine base bans plastic shopping bags
 •  State orders peanut-based food ban at public schools
 •  Great Aloha Run co-founder Kai 'deeply saddened' by man's death
 •  State begins work on Sand Island park's potable water system
 •  Maritime Archeology and Pacific history symposium topics
 •  Pedestrian who died Feb. 7 identified as Aiea woman
 •  Vehicle fire reported on H-1 west at Middle Street
 •  High surf advisory remains in effect through 4 p.m.
 •  Weather: Sunny with a few isolated showers
 •  Sewage spill reported at West Loch
 •  Maui judge overturns jury’s guilty verdicts
 •  Complaint lodged over Maui County Council race
 •  Punahou names new athletic director
 •  Warriors hire new offensive line coach
 •  A-Rod: Rodriguez says cousin injected him with substance
 •  A-Rod: Text of Alex Rodriguez’s statement
 •  Steroids: Source says Pettitte talks to feds in Clemens probe
 •  Track: UH's Kaufman receives WAC honor
 •  No horse collars in prep football now
 •  Hey, Bud, your failure to act brands you a coward
 •  MLB: Braves try to close deal with Griffey
 •  A-Rod apologizes to Rangers owner
 •  NBA: Rockets owner: McGrady staying put
 •  NFL: Giants RB Bradshaw reports to SW Virginia jail
 •  UH baseball: Hot dog! Cheaper eats at Les Murakami Stadium
 •  CFB: Deadline passes for Texas Tech's Leach on new contract
 •  NBA: Ginobili out for today’s game at New York
 •  MLB: Cards’ Glaus still recuperating from surgery
 •  MLB: Soriano OK with moving out of leadoff spot
 •  NFL: Jones says no decision yet on TO ... or maybe there is
 •  NFL: Auction of Vick’s Georgia home set
 •  NFL: Lions keep Culpepper, Hanson, Peterman
 •  Softball: UH-Loyola game called off
 •  MLB: Ethier, Dodgers reach agreement
 •  NBA: Hornets’ Chandler dealt to Oklahoma City
 •  Steroids: Patriots’ Izzo on witness list in Bonds case
 •  NBA: Celtics trade Cassell to Kings
 •  MLB: Marlins give manager Gonzalez extension
 •  MLB: Tigers’ Sheffield trying out new approach
 •  MLB: Encarnacion agrees to 2-year deal with Reds
 •  NFL: Bills re-sign WR Jenkins
 •  MLB: Hampton’s heartbeat fixes itself, clearing return
 •  NFL: Browns add 2 assistants
 •  NFL: Saints release RB McAllister
 •  Tennis: New showdown after Dubai blocks Israeli player
 •  NBA: Barkley to return from leave on Thursday
 •  NFL: USC QB Sanchez steers carefully toward draft
 •  NBA: Vince Carter swirls in trade winds; Rockets, Spurs lead pursuit
 •  NFL: Niners York says team committed to new stadium
 •  UH baseball: UH students get in free, alumni receive discount
 •  UH: Doubleheader deal for baseball, basketball games Saturday
 •  UH hoops; Green & White night on Saturday
 •  UH football: Deposits for new season tickets being accepted
 •  UH baseball: Chevron gas purchase brings ticket deal for Friday's game
 •  Tennis: Federer to miss Davis Cup match, Dubai event
 •  Soccer: Beckham would be welcome back with Galaxy
 •  NBA: Cavs’ Wallace cut arm during All-Star break
 •  Olympics: Cost estimate for Sochi down 15 percent
 •  NCAA president Brand says his cancer is advanced
 •  MLB: McLouth, Pirates agree to $15.75M, 3-year contract
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  Preps: Top 25 high school boys basketball teams
 •  Mainland partner could assume control of Mokulele Airlines
 •  Superferry to resume Honolulu-Maui service tomorrow
 •  BAE Systems opens 'innovation center' in Honolulu
 •  One-third of Hawaii jobless have run out of unemployment benefits
 •  More medical options for Maui residents
 •  Hawaii Music Awards honor Camile Velasco; awards show in April
 •  KCC campus cafeteria adopts biodegradable dinnerware
 •  Green House offers 'graywater,' 2 other workshops
 •  Coast Guard’s base exchange to nix plastic bags, incandescent bulbs
 •  NASA images to be unveiled Friday
 •  'The Great Warming' to kick off Interfaith Power & Light film series
 •  NY Fashion Week photo galleries at HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Friends of the Library lobby to save services
 •  Opera returns to Blaisdell Concert Hall tonight
 •  Animation exhibit now at Bishop Museum
 •  Honolulu Symphony to honor Bob Hines
 •  Plans needed to put TheBoat on course

Local News
 •  Man dies at Great Aloha Run Photo gallery Video
 •  Parks 'renaissance' hopes to raise funds
 •  Students urge right to vote on BOE
 •  Pro Bowl spending up in '09
 •  Chinatown crime said to be on the rise Video
 •  Battle for the state’s top job
 •  Web site lets folks keep track of weather
 •  Marta Matson Sanburn, community benefactor
 •  Marsh restoration is closer to reality Video
 •  Commander in Iraq turns focus on government
 •  DOE board member Cox hosting public meeting
 •  'Green Map' points out earth-friendly locations
 •  H-1 lane closures this week to slow traffic
 •  Volunteers sought for playground's final touch
 •  Lane on Fort Weaver closed 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
 •  Health center to conduct public town meeting
 •  Cab driver safety training session set for tomorrow
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  UH station marks 40 years on air

 •  Bolla's status still in limbo
 •  UH looks for fresh start in baseball
 •  'Bows to focus on future, not past
 •  Fuerte built strong case as Kapa'a's dual soccer threat
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Basketball polls
 •  Basketball standings
 •  This week
 •  Pitt muscles by No. 1 UConn, 76-68
 •  Great Aloha Run novices Lindberg, Elmore victorious Photo gallery Video
 •  Johnson wins shortened Pebble Beach Pro-Am
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Bad news rolls on for Wahine

Island Life
 •  Animation magic Video
 •  Prospective filmmakers can learn from top screenwriters
 •  Party on Oscar night for a good cause
 •  Got a crybaby? Walk away
 •  Fun times with a fully clothed stripper
 •  Help pick Hawaii's Cutest Baby

 •  Brewbaker departing from Bank of Hawaii
 •  Primo beer headed to Mainland
 •  PETA going after McDonald's over way it slaughters chickens
 •  Slow-selling brands are doing a disappearing act
 •  Kaiser nurses OK 3-year contract
 •  Casinos warned of iPhones, iPods that count cards

 •  Homeless need an alternative to Kapi'olani Park
 •  A contract to build, and operate, rail
 •  Clinton trip puts Asia atop foreign agenda
 •  Letters to the Editor