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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 5, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Officer’s handgun, rifle stolen from vehicle
 •  Motorcyclist critically injured in Moiliili crash, offramp re-opened
 •  Hilo soldier killed in Afghanistan blast
 •  OHA trustees vote to support Akaka Bill
 •  Kauai man dies in one-car crash
 •  Hawaii cancer researcher gets national award
 •  Maui Rep. Bertram caught illness from cat box
 •  Hawaii sailor still held on high bail in N.H. attack
 •  Protest rally planned tomorrow over plan to hike parking fees in Waikiki
 •  Comment period reopens on proposal to remove Hawaiian hawk from endangered list
 •  ‘Made in Hawaii’ law passed
 •  American Association of University Women offers Hawaii scholarships
 •  Low bidder named for Honolulu sewer project
 •  Wahiawa warned of city’s smoke testing
 •  UH medical school names new chair for women’s health department
 •  Visitors invited to see Halemaumau’s glow
 •  Abercrombie co-sponsors Reuniting Families Act
 •  Surf will be 1 to 3 or less today
 •  Death sentence in arson murders of 5 Calfiornia firefighters
 •  Maui Film Festival honors Willie Nelson
 •  Red Cross holds free summer swimming classes
 •  Warning signs posted at Kalihi Stream after sewage spill
 •  Tradewinds will be around through the weekend
 •  Ohio graduation cancelled after students caught cheating
 •  2 teens arrested in Konawaena High theft; most of football jerseys recovered
 •  Brian Ching out of U.S. qualifier against Honduras
 •  Ichiro's hitting streak ends at 27 in 2-1 loss to Twins
 •  Baseball: NCAA Division I Super Regionals scores, schedule
 •  Road detour for Sunday's HHSAA Dinner
 •  NCAA Super Regionals: Cal State Fullerton dominates Louisville
 •  MLB: Orioles shortstop Izturis has appendicitis
 •  Decathlon: New Mexico teenager continues impressive run
 •  NBA: Howard, Magic not shaken by opening loss
 •  NBA: Teeth-baring Kobe Bryant is defiant one
 •  Report: Fired Angels exec under MLB investigation
 •  St. Louis manager La Russa, Twitter settle lawsuit
 •  Tennis: Federer rallies past del Potro in French Open semis
 •  Tennis: Soderling beats Gonzalez to reach French Open final
 •  NBA: LeBron James apologizes to Magic, after being fined by David Stern
 •  CFB: Fordham to start awarding football scholarships
 •  MLB: Putz to have surgery on elbow to remove bone spur
 •  MLB: Red Sox Ortiz getting eyes checked Monday
 •  NBA: Nelson’s return puts Magic’s Alston in tricky spot
 •  NFL: Pro Bowl guard Waters attends Chiefs minicamp
 •  MLB: Colts’ Vinatieri undergoes hip surgery
 •  MLB: Demolition ordered to stop at Tiger Stadium
 •  NFL: Bills injured CBs uncertain for minicamp
 •  Autos: Gordon: More treatment on bad back, no surgery
 •  Horse racing notebook: Jockey Borel stays up with Letterman
 •  NBA: Brown would have no trouble coaching Iverson again
 •  NFL: Giants DE Osi Umenyiora back after knee surgery
 •  'Friday Night Lights' coach returns; missed working with youth
 •  NFL: Manning satisfied with answers on coaching staff
 •  Obituary: Former NBA star Randy Smith dies at 60
 •  Tennis: Nadal pulls out of Queen's Club tourney due to injury
 •  Lance Armstrong announces birth of son on Twitter
 •  NFL: Colts' Vinatieri undergoes hip surgery
 •  Obituary: Former Cleveland Indians owner Richard Jacobs dies at 84
 •  NBA: Yao Ming voices role in Chinese animated film
 •  NBA: Road to the title goes through intense Bryant
 •  Horse racing: Hall of Famer trainer Zito has 2 Belmont shots
 •  Horse racing notebook: Belmont contenders have easy morning
 •  NBA: Not the finals or the game the league wants
 •  NFL: Brian Westbrook may not be Brian Westbrook anymore
 •  NHL: Stanley Cup Finals is quickly turning in the Penguins’ favor
 •  On this date: 1977 — Portland Trail Blazers beat Philadelphia 76ers for NBA title
 •  Nurses at Wilcox Hospital ratify three-year labor agreement
 •  Kona fish farm says opposition to its operations is unwarranted
 •  Hawaiian Airlines' passenger count slips 6.3% in May
 •  Matson to boost fuel surcharge to 28% on July 5, highest level since October
 •  Marisco fined for hazardous-waste violations
 •  Mattel fined $2.3M for lead hazard
 •  Kidswear swap next month
 •  Learn about Nuremburg at the Library
 •  Kapolei Library offers summer fun for all ages
 •  Town restaurant exhibits new art
 •  Towering bug exhibit coming to Bishop Museum
 •  Free download offered with purchase of tickets for second No Doubt show in Hawaii
 •  TAG offering 2-for1 tickets for ‘Blue/Orange’
 •  All stakeholders must press for KPT repairs

Local News
 •  Meth Project targets youths
 •  Preparing for a hurricane Photo gallery Video
 •  Interim police chief named
 •  Honolulu drivers with hand-held gadgets to get fine, not warning Video
 •  Curbside recycling expansion may get back in Honolulu budget
 •  Regents to decide Wednesday on University of Hawaii president
 •  Father Damien's life a timely teaching tool Photo gallery Video
 •  Donations pour in for Waianae's Project Grad Photo gallery Video
 •  UH to identify best route for undersea cable
 •  Kaneohe man hailed with Legion of Honor
 •  Bank suspect linked to ID card arrested
 •  Motorcyclist killed in crash was from Kona
 •  National Trails Day hike scheduled for tomorrow
 •  Community center opens its pair of new tennis courts
 •  Pedestrian struck by pickup in improved condition
 •  Officers still in area, but some moved to night duty
 •  Laboy indicted on charge of assault during game
 •  Dirt-bike program back on track with trailer's return
 •  Romania completes Iraq deployment Photo gallery
 •  Boy Scouts will troop to Rome for occasion
 •  3 docks reopen at Ala Wai Harbor Photo gallery Video
 •  UHH to double its recycling
 •  Schofield soldier's rites are next Friday
 •  Obituaries
 •  Saying aloha to 50-state journey

 •  Pro golfer McLachlin chips in $24,000
 •  Tourney fields will be reduced
 •  They don't surf like amateurs
 •  Pro golfer McLachlin chips in $24,000
 •  Bryant-led Lakers overwhelm Magic
 •  LeBron fined $25,000 for snub
 •  Big Unit notches 300th career win
 •  Victorino 'feels a lot better'
 •  Russian women final
 •  Five from Hawaii on ballot for all-star event
 •  Wahiawa's Lowe tops in national racquetball
 •  Penguins even series with 4-2 win
 •  Donald putts his way to lead in Memorial
 •  Meyer leading golf event in Japan
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  We should honor his generosity

Island Life
 •  Bikinis Peruano!
 •  Lao textile specialist to visit Honolulu
 •  500,000 hang on cat's every word
 •  CD Reviews
 •  On my Ipod
 •  Summertime ... and the pop-music scene's sizzling
 •  Venezuela mystery rocks get starring role
 •  An antisocial take on summer sci-fi flicks
 •  Leno's farewell just middlin' in ratings Photo gallery
 •  Focus is on modern Korean women
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Screening room
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list

 •  Hawaiian Telcom seeks restructuring
 •  HTA sets up $10 million marketing fund
 •  Electricity rates rise statewide
 •  May not happy for retailers
 •  Opal Fields to open at Ala Moana Video
 •  Oil imports up 6.7% in 1st quarter
 •  Auto retailer Penske buying Saturn unit from bankrupt GM

 •  Stricter controls needed for tobacco products
 •  Innovation can help nonprofits prosper
 •  Killing was no 'isolated incident'
 •  The Settlements Canard
 •  Which group is being persecuted?

 •  Bikinis Peruano!
 •  No Doubt's reunion tour reveals a return to form
 •  Lao textile specialist to visit Honolulu
 •  Hulaville heats up jazz scene
 •  Venezuela mystery rocks get starring role
 •  An antisocial take on summer sci-fi flicks
 •  CD Reviews
 •  On my Ipod
 •  Summertime ... and the pop-music scene's sizzling
 •  These places give value as well as volume
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Na Hoku Awards night has radically changed
 •  Battle of bands at Loft can be shot at big time
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Screening room
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list