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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 5, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Asa Yamashita services scheduled, fund established to help family Video
 •  Service for Barbara Marshall scheduled for March 14 in Kailua
 •  Lingle has biopsy for breast cancer
 •  Honolulu City Council advances bill to ban electronic devices while driving
 •  Pearl Harbor shipyard job fair seeks apprentice, engineering applicants
 •  New species of bamboo coral identified in Papahanaumokuakea
 •  Man gets 30 years in kidnapping, shooting of woman in Kau forest
 •  Senators say Hawaii transit projects getting $44 milllion in stimulus funds
 •  Hawaii lawmakers seek taro protection
 •  Proposed West Maui hospital receives final recommendation for approval
 •  Woman briefly carjacks ambulance
 •  Arizona man arrested in Hawaii in Internet sex sting
 •  Hawaii Girl Scout cookies go on sale tomorrow
 •  State ID personnel to take applications on Lanai March 14
 •  Wave surges expected for Maui, Big Island harbors
 •  Hokulea departure delayed again
 •  Maui to honor its fallen sons
 •  Wind advisory in effect for Big Island summits
 •  Big Island police arrest 3 on 'Most Wanted'
 •  Swells of 6 to 9 feet prompt high surf advisory
 •  Small craft advisory in effect through tomorrow
 •  Today's forecast: Cloudy skies, isolated showers
 •  Deadline tomorrow to apply for FEMA disaster assistance
 •  Council committee today hears bill banning camping in Kapiolani Park
 •  Kauai bus begins on-call service to Navy missile range today
 •  DLNR to re-open Big Island boat ramp today
 •  Boys state basketball scoreboard
 •  MMA fight with Mayhem Miller and Hose postponed till April 18
 •  UH's Flemings named to All-District 6 basketball second team
 •  A-Rod has torn labrum in hip
 •  NFL: Besides Owens, Cowboys also release safety Roy Williams
 •  Broadcast News: Michaels to serve as host for NBC from Vancouver
 •  NFL: Bears must pursue Terrell Owens now!
 •  Saying bye to T.O. makes Cowboys a team again and Jones a better owner
 •  Swimming: Torres wins first competition after Beijing
 •  Baseball: Mets’ Tatis to replace A-Rod on WBC team
 •  Hockey: Player suspended 20 games for slashing official with stick
 •  Baseball: Chipper Jones has three-run homer for USA
 •  NFL: Broncos sign QB Chris Simms
 •  NFL: Phillips, two others re-sign with Bucs
 •  NFL: Return of Javon Walker to Raiders could rule out T,O. possibility
 •  MLB: Manny arrives, Dodgers rally past White Sox
 •  MLB: Giants not fazed by Dodgers signing Ramirez
 •  MLB: CalTube: Ripken launches video lessons
 •  NFL: Another former Patriot comes to Kansas City
 •  NFL: Saints sign FB Evans, cut Karney
 •  Soccer: Donovan returning to Galaxy after loan
 •  WBC: Japan opens title defense with win over China
 •  NFL: Patriots announce signings of 3 players
 •  MLB: Wild thing: Yankees Joba can’t find strike zone
 •  NFL: WR Torry Holt tells St. Louis Rams he wants out
 •  NBA: Van Gundy shrugs off barbs, calls Shaq ’sensitive’
 •  NFL: Jets have employees take 2 weeks of unpaid leave
 •  Olympics: USOC chief offers surprising resignation
 •  MLB: Giants release vet OF Roberts in what could be costly move
 •  MLB: Left-hander Reyes joins Cardinals
 •  NFL: Patriots acquire WR Greg Lewis from Eagles
 •  NFL: Redskins sign veteran punter Dirk Johnson
 •  NBA: Joe Smith signs, practices with Cavaliers
 •  MLB: Rockies’ Buchholz out for a month
 •  NBA: Iverson says he’ll do ’whatever it takes'
 •  Baseball: Without A-Rod, Dominicans lose to Cardinals 4-1
 •  Largest horse track owner files for Ch. 11 protection
 •  NFL: Bills’ Marshawn Lynch pleads guilty to gun charge
 •  Baseball: Japan opens WBC title defense with win over China
 •  MLB: Ramirez’s Boston condo hits the market for $8.5M
 •  NFL: AP source: Bengals close to signing 49er QB O’Sullivan
 •  CFB: Former Miami coach Coker hired to lead U. of Texas-San Antonio
 •  NFL: Browns sign tight end Robert Royal
 •  Olympics: Al Michaels to serve as host for NBC from Vancouver
 •  Running: Radcliffe out of London Marathon with broken toe
 •  Terrell Owens’ release was inevitable, and long overdue
 •  NFL: Tomlinson wants to break Smith’s rushing record as a Charger
 •  MLB: Ramirez learns a lesson in leverage
 •  NBA: Flop flap causes Shaq to flip out on Magic coach Van Gundy
 •  MLB: Yankees must retain Derek Jeter
 •  Obit: Former Duke, Chicago Bears star George McAfee dies
 •  Preps: 12 elected to National High School Hall of Fame
 •  UH volleyball: Alumni get discount for this week's volleyball
 •  UH season-ticket holders get discount to Mississippi St. baseball games
 •  UH hoops: Alumni, seniors receive discount to Saturday’s home finale
 •  UH football: Maui scrimmage, Warrior Bowl details
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  This date in sports history
 •  State pays off all claims related to bankrupt workers' comp insurer
 •  Disney begins preliminary site work for project at Ko Olina
 •  New outpatient surgery center planned for Honolulu
 •  Shidler to sell stock, use proceeds for charitable giving
 •  'American Idol' finalists a diverse bunch
 •  'Musubi Man' returns to to the stage Saturday
 •  TV action stars emerging from down under
 •  DaSmarTitas celebrate women at Daspace
 •  Tube Notes: 'American Idol,' 'CSI'
 •  3rd Journey concert added on Oahu; Big Island date to change
 •  ‘Last Chance’ poetry slam tonight
 •  Punk band Face to Face reunites tonight at Pipeline

Local News
 •  Trash exports may start in July
 •  Motta says he fired gun in fear
 •  Son tells of events in Kauai stabbing
 •  Hawaii governor sees stimulus, benefit cuts as budget gap fixes Video
 •  Honolulu liquor board looking into deadly drunk-driving crash
 •  State knew Hawaii suspect was risk to others before stabbing
 •  Big crowds hit Target Photo gallery Video
 •  Home from Iraq — possibly for good Photo gallery Video
 •  Burglar steals Big Island officer's Taser, pistol
 •  Two HI-5¢ redemption sites closed this weekend
 •  Trio of bintlets born at Pana'ewa Zoo last month
 •  Ex-Big Isle mayor back on his feet
 •  Park fence replacement to be complete by April
 •  Playground fundraiser features pupu, auctions
 •  Finalists in Chaminade's president search named
 •  Construction to close 2 Schofield Barracks gates
 •  Hawaii Foodbank to hold food drive Downtown
 •  Florida manager tapped for FEMA Photo gallery
 •  Some still oppose cemetery's growth
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  A better hand was in the cards

 •  No settlement offer for Bolla
 •  Kaimuki, Kalaheo advance Photo gallery
 •  Mississippi St., UH link again
 •  Hawaii wants to bump up in MPSF
 •  Heinemann's selfless play vital to program
 •  Kaimuki, Kalaheo advance Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani, Punahou reach quarterfinals
 •  Roosevelt rules the boards in D-II victory
 •  Games on TV
 •  This week
 •  Big win for Roosevelt alum Kang
 •  Fujikawa tees off at Honda Classic today
 •  Pro golf tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Cowboys reportedly cutting ties with T.O.
 •  Warner to stay with Cardinals
 •  Cavaliers first to gain playoffs
 •  Shaq attacks ex-coach's comment
 •  No. 4 Sooners fall to Missouri
 •  Dodgers get Ramirez for 2 years, $45 million
 •  Kai helps spark U.S. to Algarve Cup win
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Selfishness won't solve BCS riddle

Island Life
 •  Student by day ... but also a prized fighter
 •  Hawaii's Cutest Baby enjoys being kid
 •  Health calendar
 •  Brad Pitt to brief House speaker Photo gallery
 •  Chia seeds can help with heart, weight
 •  Free Calorie Bargains just a click away

 •  Home prices forecast to drop 17% in 3 years
 •  $20M carbon plant planned for Big Isle
 •  Much of '09 to remain dismal, Fed says
 •  Couple learned not to be silent victims
 •  Costco's profit down 27 percent
 •  Commodities soar, helping Wall Street end 5-day skid
 •  This is for those folks who are griping, 'What about me?'
 •  Sports Authority plans Kapolei fete
 •  Couple learned not to be silent victims

 •  Task force could shine light on tort reform issue
 •  Long-term vision for 'Ewa includes Ho'opili
 •  Self-absorption dulls Golden State's luster
 •  Asa Yamashita