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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 10, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Finally, Hokulea sets sail on 1,000-mile journey to Palmyra Atoll
 •  Honolulu police urge motorists to slow down, don't drive drunk
 •  Maui mayor says no layoffs in 2010 budget proposal
 •  Anti-tobacco legislation dies as Isle lawmakers decide fate of bills
 •  State to begin work on Keahole Street in Hawaii Kai
 •  Water main break work at Honokai Hale will continue through tomorrow
 •  Farrington Highway lanes reopen following main repair
 •  Big Island police arrest 27 drivers for DUI
 •  Funds released for traffic-flow improvements on Kalanianaole Highway
 •  FEMA says $4 million approved for storm-related damages on Oahu, Kauai
 •  Jury selection under way in civil trial for South Korean pop star Rain
 •  U.S. Senate passes spending bill with $372 million for Hawaii projects
 •  Senate rejects bill to divert city transit tax revenue to state
 •  Film at UH-Hilo tonight tells story of Wataru Misaka, who played in NBA in 1947
 •  Sunday rainfall, 7-plus inches, sets a record in Hilo
 •  Tree cleared, Tantalus Drive reopened to traffic
 •  Hawaii Red Cross plans fundraising events Friday, Saturday
 •  Maui police commission plans to name new chief May 20
 •  Hawaii surf: Advisories in effect for most islands
 •  Hawaii weather: Scattered showers likely today
 •  Stimulus to boost food-aid benefits in Hawaii by 13.6 percent
 •  Hawaii watchdog groups seek stop to corporate influence
 •  Kapaa pool to be closed March 18, 19
 •  UH men hoops fall to Fresno State in WAC tourney
 •  UH women hoops whip San Jose to advance in WAC tourney
 •  NFL: Stolen AFC ring returned to owner nine years later
 •  NBA: Lakers’ Odom suspended for leaving bench area
 •  NBA: Blazers’ Fernandez spends night in hospital; no discipline for Laker Ariza
 •  NFL: 49ers keep QB Alex Smith with restructured contract
 •  NFL: 49ers sign DL Evans, re-sign KR Rossum
 •  NFL: DL Peterson stays with Broncos
 •  MLB: Cashman not optimistic about trade for fill-in 3B
 •  NFL: Chiefs reach deal with CB Daniels
 •  NFL: LB Fincher re-signs with the Redskins
 •  NFL: Ex-player kicker Zendejas acquitted of rape charges
 •  NFL: Falcons sign free agent Peterson to bulk up LBs
 •  CBKB: Razorback coach suspends player indefinitely
 •  CBKB: CBS: Ad sales hold up for NCAA tournament
 •  NFL: Rams release OT Orlando Pace
 •  Ernie Davis statue back at Syracuse
 •  NFL: Patriots sign long snapper Nathan Hodel
 •  MLB: Nationals' prized prospect Zimmermann still unscored upon
 •  NBA: T'Wolves' Foye to miss at least 1 game
 •  CBKB: Blair, Thabeet share Big East award
 •  CFB: Missouri settles lawsuit in football death
 •  NFL: Vikings re-sign CB Sapp
 •  MLB: A's Chavez to `start from scratch’
 •  NFL: Feds won’t bring Vick to Va. bankruptcy hearing
 •  MLB: Retired Mussina has no itch to pitch
 •  Boxing: Pacquiao has leverage for a potential third fight with Marquez
 •  NBA: 76ers Brand right on schedule with rehab
 •  Report: Coast Guard spent $1.6M seeking 4 lost men
 •  MLB: Uehara hurts hamstring, to miss next start
 •  Autos: Reeves among celebs to race in Toyota Grand Prix
 •  Soccer: Beckham injures right ankle in training with Milan
 •  MLB: Garko, 15 others, agree to contracts with Indians
 •  Report: Substances found on Clemens materials
 •  World’s game, not America’s Team, to star in 1st event in new Cowboys stadium
 •  NBA: Hard foul and a harder fall for routed Lakers
 •  NBA: Rough foul mars Lakers’ loss to Blazers
 •  CFB: Missouri promotes Steckel to defensive coordinator
 •  MLB: Cub Samardzija’s odds improve as veteran Vizcaino struggles
 •  NFL: Vick’s Georgia mansion goes on auction block
 •  Soccer: 4 bidders in race to host 2016 Euros
 •  Iditarod: Gebhardt takes lead
 •  Free golf workshop and clinic on Kauai
 •  UH: Kickball tourney Saturday to help Strength and Conditioning Program
 •  Fall and winter high school state champions
 •  Hawaii ranks 8th nationally in getting CDC funding
 •  Business groups host workshop on dealing with economy
 •  State tax revenues down 5% through first 8 months of fiscal year
 •  New movie by Hawaii Film Partners to start Isle shooting
 •  Queen's Medical Center to provide care for Humana members
 •  Romantic comedy films in Hawaii next week
 •  Hawaii Craftsmen offer spring workshops
 •  Island Air exchanging flights for Foodbank donations
 •  Sing children's songs with Uncle Wayne
 •  Tube Notes: 'American Idol,' 'WCG Ultimate Gamer'
 •  Sheryl Crow coming to Wakiki Shell April 25
 •  Kelly Clarkson latest CD released to rave reviews
 •  Beethoven Festival opens with drama of “Eroica” symphony
 •  City should bar drivers’ use of hand-held devices

Local News
 •  Food stamp benefits rising
 •  Schofield soldier killed in Iraq attack
 •  11 file to run for Marshall's City Council seat Photo gallery
 •  Mayor’s plan raises bus fares by 25 cents
 •  Lingle’s biopsy results negative Video
 •  House voting on dogfight bill
 •  Police say man lured Kauai teen to Mainland
 •  'SNL' skit 'went too far,' Aiona says Video
 •  Limits on stem cell research lifted Video
 •  Munitions litter ocean bottom Video
 •  Alleged killer pleads not guilty Photo gallery Video
 •  Program supports state conservation
 •  Hawaii ranks 3rd-best on homelessness for kids
 •  Mamalahoa bypass will open to motorists today
 •  Magnitude 4.0 quake hits off Hamakua Coast Video
 •  Kurtistown man, 49, dies after ATV lands on him
 •  Feel the beat of Shaka Steel at free concerts
 •  Maui home sales fall 61 percent
 •  Son in tears as 911 recording plays
 •  Trial to begin in lawsuit over canceled concert
 •  Journalists group offers job-survival seminar
 •  Heavy rains, flooding disrupt Windward roads
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Neil makes his boldest move yet Video

 •  UH men hope to end losing trend
 •  Rainbow Wahine look to extend stay in Reno
 •  Warriors' Christenson already a natural on court
 •  Warriors' Christenson already a natural on court
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Basketball poll
 •  This week
 •  ILH swimming and diving
 •  Free golf workshop and clinic on Kauai
 •  Wade drills buzzer-beater
 •  Blazers blast Lakers
 •  A-Rod undergoes hip surgery
 •  Ramirez's deal will be fully paid in June 2013
 •  Golf clinic, workshop at Wailua
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Fujikawa coming of age as pro

Island Life
 •  Family time
 •  Happy end, no thanks to Spanx
 •  Tone down fighting words to keep relationships intact
 •  Educators find it easier to teach English in song
 •  Sing along to 'High School Musical'

 •  Hawaiian, clerical workers reach deal
 •  Economic downturn could bankrupt banks
 •  Markets fall, remain wary despite positive reports
 •  Maui home sales fall 61 percent
 •  Superferry touts local donations
 •  Merck takes over rival Schering for $41.1 billion

 •  Transparency needed in Medicaid contracts
 •  Card-check bills dilute right to secret ballot
 •  Stability in Zimbabwe remains elusive
 •  Clinton's approach to North Korea off base
 •  DOE audit