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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 24, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Civil-unions hearing brings crowd, passions to Capitol
 •  Leaking refrigerant leads to Kaiser office evacuation
 •  Man arrested for allegedly luring boy for sex online
 •  Section of Farrington Highway in Kapolei to be closed Wednesday
 •  Waiawa brushfire declared contained
 •  Motorcyclist killed in H-1 crash identified
 •  Two Kauai men arrested for fighting
 •  Candidates for Marshall's seat have until March 9 to file
 •  Big Island woman sentenced to year in prison for dealing meth
 •  Waimea High gets funds for ADA projects
 •  Firearm fingerprint fee going down on Big Island
 •  Fire helicopter makes precautionary landing
 •  Informational forum set on new Maui B&B law
 •  Maui marchers find fellowship, scary traffic
 •  High surf advisories in effect across the state
 •  Weather: Sunny today, a few showers tonight
 •  Site of Army satellite communications center in Wahiawa blessed
 •  Maui bamboo building to be featured on Discovery TV
 •  Girls state basketball scoreboard
 •  Warriors seek spring football scrimmage on Maui
 •  LaTech women's hoops player suspended after shoplifting charge in Hawaii
 •  Warrior Mouton pulls hamstring at NFL Combine
 •  NFL: A list of the top NFL free agents
 •  CBKB: Providence upsets No. 1 Pittsburgh 81-73
 •  CBKB: Connecticut gov calls Calhoun’s rant ’embarrassing’
 •  CBKB: Sign of the times: Tickets for sale at ACC tourney
 •  NBA: Spurs sit Duncan against Mavs because of sore knee
 •  NBA: Oden to miss at least 2 more games
 •  NBA: Knicks and Marbury finally part ways
 •  MLB: Oakland Athletics end Fremont stadium plans
 •  MLB: Griffey could get $5M from Mariners
 •  NFL: Colts release receiver Marvin Harrison
 •  MLB: Bonds’ personal trainer expected to remain silent
 •  NFL: Titans round out coaching staff with Stewart
 •  NFL Combine: WR Crabtree might not run 40 during personal workout
 •  MLB: A-Rod braced for hostile reception
 •  MLB: Braves complete $2.5 million deal with OF Anderson
 •  Swimming: Phelps will return in May at Charlotte UltraSwim
 •  MLB: Blue Jays CF Wells expects to miss 2 weeks
 •  NFL Combine: Lions may opt for LB Curry
 •  NFL: This won’t end well if McNabb reports are true
 •  UH volleyball: Faculty, staff get 50 percent off this week's matches
 •  Skiing: Randall wins 1st US medal at Nordic worlds
 •  CFB: Washington State QB Lobbestael suspended from team after arrest
 •  MLB: Memory of father is fresh for Giants C Molina
 •  NHL: Crosby leaves Penguins' practice with sore groin
 •  Auto racing: Indiana team's car stolen in Oklahoma
 •  Tennis: Sweden-Israel Davis Cup to go ahead without fans
 •  MLB: World anti-doping chief wants league to come clean
 •  Tennis: Roddick to lead US Davis Cup team against Swiss
 •  MLB: Marlins willing to pay big for Uggla's power
 •  Olympics: Reports: Sochi budget slashed for 2009
 •  Skiing: Hattestad wins men's sprint at Nordic worlds
 •  Paddling: Former world champion pleads guilty in drug case
 •  Tennis: Agassi, Graf to play first matches under new roof
 •  MLB: At 81, Lasorda still has nothing but love for game
 •  VIDEOS: State high school wrestling championship matches
 •  MLB: Japan defeats Australia in WBC tuneup game
 •  MLB: Fehr declares steroid crisis over, but not so soon
 •  NBA today
 •  This date in sports history
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  Mokulele, Hawaiian airlines launch new ticket programs
 •  Third anchor restaurant at Ward Centre to close
 •  Hawaii manufacturing jobs fell 2.2% last year
 •  Maui L&P to lay off 100 at Kapalua Resort, corporate headquarters
 •  Hot Club of Hulaville playing the O Lounge Thursday
 •  'Pippin' opens tomorrow at Diamond Head Theatre
 •  New restaurants coming to Ewa, Waikiki
 •  Tube Notes: Presidential Address, 'Leverage' finale
 •  Auditions set for Army Community Theatre's ‘Children of Eden’
 •  Dine out March 4 to support Life Foundation
 •  Opinion: DOE steers a better course toward accountability

Local News
 •  In Kuwait, tears and a final salute Photo gallery
 •  Kunia driver denied parole Video
 •  DOE pushing summer lunch service
 •  Hawaii coach kicked her, player says
 •  Hawaii police, firefighters defend their shutdowns of H-1 Freeway Video
 •  Hawaii Senate committee voting today on same-sex civil unions Photo gallery Video
 •  Government looking at expanding stake in banks
 •  Hot race for special election expected Video
 •  Lingle chats with 'gracious' president in D.C. Video
 •  Fatal skateboard crash leads to suit
 •  Marijuana patient arrested on Maui
 •  Low water pressure expected Thursday night
 •  Volunteers sought to help at Koke'e Stream
 •  Firefighters douse 1 fire, are monitoring another
 •  Boat ramp closing this week for catwalk work
 •  Environmental group hosting 'talk story' night
 •  Community recycling at Campbell on Saturday
 •  State House resolution urges dropping of appeal
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Barbara Marshall a class act

 •  Parity rules among top DI contenders
 •  Good news, bad news: 'Bows have shot at fifth — also last
 •  Woods' opening foe gets spotlight
 •  Hawaii coach kicked her, player says
 •  Parity rules among top DI contenders
 •  Tautofi has come up big recently for Kaimuki boys
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Basketball polls
 •  Basketball standings
 •  HHSAA Girls basketball tournament
 •  This week
 •  Colts will release popular wide receiver Harrison
 •  Nets tip 76ers at buzzer
 •  Kansas tops Griffin-less Oklahoma
 •  BYUH's Wily nets PacWest honors
 •  BYUH men, women post PacWest hoop wins
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Warriors await WAC schedule

Island Life
 •  Taking a stand for the children
 •  Going for good stuff $$$ can buy
 •  Get ready to groove for Mardi Gras with DJ Sabo
 •  One-man show captures audience
 •  Oscars attract more TV viewers Photo gallery
 •  Families getting out board games again in lean times
 •  Bowling alleys make a comeback
 •  Get answers to your breastfeeding questions

 •  Possible closure at Ilikai hotel averted
 •  Marty McClain, auctioneer and philanthropist
 •  Dow, S&P log their lowest close since '97
 •  Fares to Calif. fall below $300
 •  HPU workshop features businessmen
 •  Ousted CEO will testify on Merrill bonuses today

 •  Public needs another vote on civil unions issue
 •  Hawaii has unique assets for technology
 •  Public trust in U.S. banks all but absent
 •  Civil unions spark debate on equity, 1998 vote

 •  One-man show captures audience