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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 18, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Drunk driver who killed motorcyclist gets 18-month sentence
 •  Lingle nominates Recktenwald to Hawaii Supreme Court
 •  Hanauma Bay closed as box jellyfish arrive in force Video
 •  Hawaii won’t consider assisted suicide
 •  Taste of Iraq teleconference for military families set for Thursday at Schofield
 •  Port Royal goes into drydock at Pearl Harbor
 •  Pearl Harbor-based diving unit to shut down, sources say
 •  Kauai's Salt Pond Beach Park closed because of jellyfish
 •  New road should hasten travel on Maui
 •  Maui Lani begins work on commercial center
 •  Kauai ocean safety conference Friday
 •  Coast Guard transports ailing Big Island woman
 •  UH given $200k to found Korean law program
 •  Hilo woman, 78, victimized in scam, police say
 •  Help sought in finding missing Big Island man
 •  Surf: 4 to 6 feet expected on North Shore today
 •  Weather: Sunny with a few isolated showers
 •  Kauai police ask help in finding missing teen
 •  Kauai Spring Break Program registration is March 13
 •  Sewage spill reported at Pearl Harbor's East Loch
 •  State ID applications to be taken at Aliiolani Elementary School
 •  Warrior video: Super Games
 •  Top baseball prospect from DR got $1.4M but faked age, name
 •  NBA: Clippers’ Randolph suspended 2 games without pay
 •  NBA: Not now, but don’t count out Shaq’s return to Lakers
 •  NBA: Paul's double-double leads Hornets by Magic, 117-85
 •  NFL: Competition committee may reconsider OT rules
 •  MLB: Griffey returning to Mariners
 •  CBKB: Penn St. beats No. 18 Illinois, 38-33; lowest-scoring game since 2005
 •  NBA: Bulls get Miller, Salmons from Kings
 •  NFL: Patriots sign Banta-Cain, Listori
 •  CBKB: No. 3 Tar Heels beat Wolfpack 89-80
 •  MLB: Thome says he’ll play for at least 2 more years
 •  Sacramento police recover Armstrong’s stolen bike
 •  NFL: Chargers put franchise tag on Sproles
 •  NFL: Raven designate Suggs as franchise player
 •  NFL: Raiders re-sign all-pro punter Lechler
 •  NFL: Reports: Titans DT Haynesworth to test free agency
 •  A-Rod: Rodriguez has uneventful first workout with Yanks
 •  Track: Defar breaks women’s 5,000 indoor record
 •  Olympic silver medalist Whitmarsh found dead
 •  CBB: Oregon resumes baseball program
 •  NFL: AP source: Peppers’ trade list has only 4 teams
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters win; Jankovic upset in Dubai
 •  MLB: Braves 2B Kelly Johnson agrees to new contract
 •  NFL: Former Giants linebacker Brad Van Pelt dies
 •  NBA: McGrady says he's out for season with knee injury
 •  NBA: Nets' Sean Williams arrested at Boston College
 •  MLB: OF Willingham, Nationals agree to 1-year deal
 •  NBA: Portland's Oden out with bone chip in left knee
 •  MLB: Hampton's heartbeat fixes itself, clearing return
 •  Shaq’s shoe makes a big impression on Obama
 •  NFL: Cowboys owner Jones hints at Owens’ return
 •  MLB: Giants lefty Lowry misses second straight mound session
 •  A-Rod: Truth, whole truth and nothing but? He's 1-for-3
 •  A-Rod: Being 'young and stupid' still puts him in cheaters wing of Hall of Fame
 •  A-Rod: Text of Alex Rodriguez’s statement
 •  MLB: Ricketts family sells part of TD Ameritrade stake to fund Cubs bid
 •  CBKB: Michigan's Fab Five to reunite during NCAA Final Four weekend
 •  Soccer: Fans clash ahead of UEFA Cup game in Greece
 •  MLB: Pineiro 'heartbroken' over Oquendo snub
 •  MLB: Boston owner John Henry renews salary cap call
 •  Tennis: Djokovic beats Chardy to advance to second round
 •  Biathlon: Swedes report receiving threats by e-mail
 •  Auto racing: New Petty team encouraged by Daytona 500 results
 •  Tennis: No fans when Sweden hosts Israel for Davis Cup
 •  NFL: Cardinals put franchise tag on Dansby
 •  MLB: Jerome Williams given a shot at making A's rotation
 •  Skiing: Germany's Wilhelm wins individual gold at worlds
 •  UH baseball: Hot dog! Cheaper eats at Les Murakami 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 baseball: Chevron gas purchase brings ticket deal for Friday's game
 •  UH football: Deposits for new season tickets being accepted
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  Mokulele makes $300K payment, avoids default
 •  Lingle authorizes $25 per week hike in Hawaii jobless benefits
 •  HVCB compiles list of 150 free things to do in Hawaii
 •  Target to open two Oahu stores March 4
 •  Hawaii vegetable crop value down 7% in 2007
 •  Hawaiian Air posts net loss for 4th quarter, profit for full year
 •  Stuart Coleman named Surfrider Foundation's Hawaii field coordinator
 •  Exclusive video, Fashion Week photo galleries, HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Workshops teach planet-friendly lifestyle
 •  Mass of Thanksgiving planned for Cathedral, Kalaupapa
 •  Free seminar on the female athlete tomorrow
 •  Fashion and art tonight at Aloha Tower
 •  Island-grown coffees on Island Air
 •  Journey to play 3 concerts in Hawaii in March
 •  The Dragonfly Room launches its new Saturday party line-up
 •  Singer and songwriter Bonnie 'Prince" Billy to play last-minute show tonight
 •  Let’s give students a real voice on BOE

Local News
 •  Hawaii's go! airline posts profit for 1st time, reversing $6.6M loss
 •  Man, 80, accused of cheating banks, investor
 •  Ceded lands bill advances; lets Legislature stop sales
 •  Hawaii senator says even more stimulus may be needed Video
 •  Heart attack killed 'super fit' Great Aloha Run participant
 •  Campaign money limits may ease
 •  Elder health plan sees criticism
 •  5 held in brawls at Wai'anae High
 •  Get road project updates at tomorrow's meeting
 •  Pedestrian in crosswalk hit, pinned under SUV Video
 •  Ho'okele Place home heavily damaged by fire
 •  Residents put out fire in eighth-floor lanai shed
 •  Hit-and-run victim was Margaret Gordon, 83
 •  ‘Bungee cord’ democrats give Cayetano 2nd term
 •  Park & fly easier for thousands Video
 •  Sewage spills into West Loch
 •  Blackwater trial can proceed Photo gallery
 •  Community calendar
 •  Traditional Mass for Corky on Sunday
 •  Burial for Spc. Christopher P. Sweet
 •  Obituaries
 •  Digging deep into political memoirs

 •  Shaw will coach UH offensive line
 •  Ching quick to settle in with UC San Diego golf
 •  UH women's hoops coach allegedly kicked at player
 •  Shaw will coach UH offensive line
 •  UH freezes several positions in athletics
 •  UH women golfers finish 15th
 •  Punahou announces new athletic director
 •  Long shots lift No. 3 'Iolani over No. 7 Punahou, 49-45 Photo gallery
 •  Kaiser girls earn Division II state berth
 •  Moku leaves Warriors' boys track
 •  This week
 •  King rules heat in Pipeline Pro contest
 •  'Krypto-Nate' leads Knicks
 •  A-Rod admits error
 •  Lim reaches consolation semifinal
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  After all, what's family for

Island Life
 •  Vinyl stayin' alive amid struggling music industry
 •  Kanye West out to rule menswear Photo gallery
 •  Chili supreme
 •  It's not Zippy's, but some say it's close
 •  Chicken, beans turn rice into main dish
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Chicken Tetrazzini, minus gobs of butter
 •  Healthy cuisine goes global in new book
 •  May we share your table?
 •  This pie's from B.C. (Before Cool Whip)

 •  Hawaii's go! airline posts profit for 1st time, reversing $6.6M loss
 •  'Dr. Doom': Stimulus plan won't work
 •  GM, Chrysler seeking $14 billion more
 •  Maui tour operator wins award
 •  Mokulele takeover possible
 •  Doubts about government plans pull down stocks
 •  Maui welcomes 2 new medical clinics
 •  SEC shuts down Stanford firms

 •  Existing program can speed housing relief
 •  Plans needed to put TheBoat on course
 •  From inspired debate to invidious greed
 •  Prosecuting Bush officials a legal minefield
 •  Lessons from the life of Edward Upward
 •  Digging deep into political memoirs
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Vinyl stayin' alive amid struggling music industry