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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 2, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Navy takes action against Port Royal's ex-skipper
 •  Greenwood likely to be next UH president
 •  Lingle approves pay cut for top state officials
 •  Tom named Maui deputy police chief
 •  Police seeking missing Kauai teen
 •  Classes canceled at Heald after man suffers electrical burns
 •  Kauai mayor to travel to Japan
 •  Marines detail plans to protect Bellows
 •  Central Union school demolished
 •  4,802 early entries for Honolulu Marathon
 •  Kauai police need help on elderly theft cases
 •  $6.8M grant will help build rescue facility at Molokai airport
 •  Hawaii’s Catingub picked as New Mexico symphony pops conductor
 •  Hawaii Volcanoes park sets prescribed burn
 •  Dock dedication ceremony set at Ala Wai harbor
 •  Hawaii’s economic growth dipped in ‘08
 •  Police believe Kukui Tower fire was arson; suspect arrested, 6 injured Video
 •  Witnesses sought to fatal Big Island traffic crash
 •  Injured hiker airlifted from Hanakapiai
 •  13 Oahu sewer projects slated for June
 •  Inouye, Akaka make recommendations for impending judicial vacancy
 •  Honolulu gets $1M grant to help young parents
 •  Hawaii surf: 3-6 feet on North Shore today
 •  Hawaii weather: Light trades may return today
 •  Hilo soccer field closed during repair work
 •  Hawaii schools in national standards program
 •  Washington claims its first NCAA softball title
 •  Mason Kuo will remain on Warrior volleyball staff as assistant coach
 •  Wie swings again for first LPGA win
 •  NBA commissioner upset with LeBron over postgame conduct
 •  LeBron James has benign growth removed from jaw
 •  NHL: Gonchar's goal, confidence lead Penguins past Red Wings
 •  MLB: As 300th victory looms, Randy Johnson perseveres
 •  Before LeBron is truly a `winner,’ he's got to be a good sport
 •  MLB: Peavy leaves with flu after just one inning
 •  MLB: Red Sox's Matsuzaka gets first win of season, 5-1 over Tigers
 •  MLB: Ichiro Suzuki's hitting streak at 26 games
 •  MLB: Halladay gets ninth win as Blue Jays beat Angels
 •  MLB: Yankees’ errorless streak ends at 18 games
 •  MLB: Randy Johnson’s teammates look toward No. 300
 •  NBA: Longtime coach Harris officially announces retirement
 •  NFL: Roman returns to 49ers after finding no takers
 •  NFL: Orakpo starts transitioning to pro game
 •  NFL: Plaxico Buress traffic tickets thrown out by court
 •  NFL: Colts DT Johnson ’grateful’ for 2nd chance
 •  Poker: McEvoy wins champions invitational at poker series
 •  NHL: TV ratings for finals off to best start since ’02
 •  Soccer: Schwarzenegger joins US bid committee
 •  NFL: Niners CB Clements out with pneumonia
 •  NFL: Broncos WR Marshall cleared in latest run-in
 •  NFL: NHL's Blues owner wants to buy Rams
 •  Soccer: French players’ names in Braille on jerseys
 •  Autos: Long’s suspension upheld by NASCAR appeals board
 •  NFL: Cowboys release LB Ellis
 •  NFL: Saints sell out whole season again
 •  NFL: Eagles CB Brown skips team workout
 •  NFL: Panthers become big losers — of excess weight
 •  NBA: Magic players: PG Nelson will play in finals
 •  NFL: Patriots’ Harrison mulls NFL future
 •  Tennis: Gonzalez upsets No. 3 Murray in French quarters
 •  CFB: Boston College quarterback Dominique Davis to transfer
 •  Tennis: Soderling forehand on target again at French Open
 •  CBKB: Memphis finds no proof former player cheated
 •  NFL lawyers: No immediate action against 2 Vikings
 •  Tennis: Sharapova loses to Cibulkova 6-0, 6-2 at French
 •  Tennis: No. 1 Safina rallies past Azarenka in Paris
 •  MLB: Look for Bobby Valentine to be back in the U.S. next season
 •  NFL: Confident Breaston soaks up Boldin’s practice time
 •  Poker legend Doyle Brunson comes from another era
 •  Horse racing: Jockey Borel confident he can win, make it 3-for-3
 •  NFL: Sizing up: Vikings OT McKinnie ready to guide rookie Loadholt
 •  NBA: Bucks GM sees potential in draft
 •  NBA: A New dawn for Ariza after Orlando
 •  MLB: Detroit commission votes to level Tiger Stadium
 •  NFL: Former Broncos running back returned to Montana
 •  Sumo: Kaio says harsh treatment a part of the sport
 •  MLB: Tucson sports authority to send offer to Orioles
 •  Soccer: U.S. defender Onyewu sues over alleged racist slur
 •  On this date: 1935 — Babe Ruth, 40, announces his retirement as a player
 •  Oahu median home price plummets 15.3 percent to $550,000 in May
 •  Atlantis Submarines reports lower first quarter profits
 •  FHB Foundation gives $25K to Hawaii chapter of American Red Cross
 •  HawaiiSlam Thursday features spoken word legend
 •  Tube notes: 'Inside the Obama White House,' 'Earth 2010,' 'Rescue Me'
 •  More Canadian TV shows on American stations
 •  Honolulu Farmer's market opens at Blaisdell tomorrow
 •  Common standards could help local students

Local News
 •  Healthcare cuts will cost all of us, critics say Video
 •  Honolulu crime down 15%, FBI says
 •  Judges still oppose rail route
 •  Lingle orders state employee furloughs Video
 •  $162 million more in DOE cuts Video
 •  Marines close Bellows for June
 •  State-ordered furloughs likely to slow spending
 •  $4 million awarded for Oahu homeless
 •  Schofield soldier charged in attacks with pellet gun
 •  Lawmakers strike deal on war funding
 •  Ammonia gas leak spurs evacuations Video
 •  Man's body recovered off Hilton Hawaiian Village pier
 •  Second rail station design workshop is tomorrow night
 •  Man killed in one-car crash on Route 190 in North Kona
 •  Text, phone messages are bogus, credit union warns
 •  Keiki Storytimes to run through summer at library
 •  Health, wellness program free at community center
 •  Father, 7-year-old son died Sunday in Pahoa traffic crash
 •  Woman injured by bottle crossing Waikiki street
 •  Islands' last queen graces four-story Kaka'ako mural Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH ticket sales take hit
 •  Satele moving up to front line
 •  Federer wins 5-setter in France; Roddick ousted
 •  UH ticket sales take hit
 •  Satele moving up to front line
 •  Jets Pro Bowler ends three-week boycott
 •  Superman taking his game up, up and away
 •  T-Wolves to discuss McHale's future
 •  MPSF honors 6 from Hawaii
 •  Yankees not bugged by Indians
 •  Sizemore might need surgery
 •  ECU advances with 10-9 victory
 •  Washington clobbers Florida, 8-0
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Mouse a big part of UH's 2007 season

Island Life
 •  Family fishing
 •  Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it's off to work he goes
 •  So-called comedy/drama vague, muddled, from casting to action
 •  It's Will Ferrell vs. Swedish wilderness
 •  Surviving Beatles promote video game Photo gallery
 •  Teacher's ditty encourages children to keep hands clean

 •  Isles' bankruptcies surged 62% in May
 •  Young Brothers offers freight credit
 •  Encouraging economic news starts June with market rise
 •  For bankrupt GM, a brave new world
 •  Rural businesses to get funds
 •  Online ads for jobs increase in state
 •  Bottler grows in Mainland market
 •  Decline slowing, but no signs of rebound yet

 •  Labor talks must yield reasonable savings
 •  Islam Day an act of tolerance
 •  Rigor, incentives can improve schools
 •  Animal abuse

 •  It's Will Ferrell vs. Swedish wilderness