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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 11, 2009

Breaking News
 •  1,200 pay respects to Wai'anae High's Asa Yamashita
 •  Monument to those who died at Kalaupapa stalls in U.S. House
 •  Law enforcement sting of alleged human trafficking leads to arrest
 •  Malfunctioning traffic signal causing delays on Fort Weaver Road
 •  Motorcyclist who died on Sunday is identified
 •  Shark sighted off shore of Kauai beach
 •  Memorial to be held in tribute of City Councilwoman Barbara Marshall
 •  Work continues on water main near Honokai Hale, residents urged to conserve
 •  Wie reportedly signs with management agency IMG
 •  Closing arguments under way in Pali golf course killings trial
 •  Mexican tall ship docks at Aloha Tower
 •  Rain’s lawyer counters contract accusations
 •  Waianae Coast urged to conserve water as repairs on main go on
 •  Hawi redemption center closed this weekend
 •  DLNR offers public information outreach Saturday at stadium
 •  Molokai panel to discuss Kawela Bay issues
 •  Federal funds help Isle hospitals cover cost of treating uninsured
 •  Small quakes continue to rumble on Big Island
 •  Traffic flows smoothly on new Mamalahoa bypass road
 •  Big Island police ask public's help in finding driver in 2008 hit-run
 •  Maui police, Hawaiian activists exchange citations
 •  Hawaii surf: 6-10 feet expected on North Shore
 •  Hawaii weather: A few showers likely again today
 •  FEMA says $4 million approved for storm-related damages on Oahu, Kauai
 •  Big Island police arrest 27 drivers for DUI
 •  UH women fall in quarterfinals of WAC hoops tourney
 •  WAC will consider Vegas for future hoops tourneys
 •  Sweden beats U.S. on penalty kicks in Algarve Cup
 •  Report: Trainer injected pitcher Clemens at hot tub
 •  Green, Fassel, Haslett to coach in new pro football league
 •  Preps: Top girls hoops underclassmen to compete for Team Aloha spots
 •  Preps: State boys champs headline Mililani Judo Invitational
 •  UH-Nebraska women volleyball tickets on sale
 •  CBKB: UConn coach Calhoun scores big in poll on salary
 •  NFL: L.T. happy he’s still a Charger
 •  NBA: Robinson scores 30, helps Knicks top Pistons in OT
 •  NBA: Wolves snap 10-game skid, beat Memphis
 •  Baseball: Japan beats Giants in exhibition
 •  Baseball: Venezuela beats US to win Group C at WBC
 •  NBA: Wade does it again, lifts Heat past Celtics
 •  Beach volleyball: Kiraly launches grassroots series
 •  MLB: Ramirez set for Dodgers exhibition game debut
 •  Paul’s triple-double leads Hornets past Wiz 109-98
 •  NBA: Magic clinch playoff berth with win over Bulls, 107-79
 •  NBA: Hawks end Utah’s 12-game winning streak
 •  MLB: Dreads and all, Manny to get his own bobblehead
 •  SF food bank gets an Olympic-sized cereal donation
 •  Ex-football star, actor Bosworth charged with DUI
 •  Obit: LA basketball league founder Rod Smith dies at 59
 •  NFL: T.O. has clean slate with Bills coach Jauron
 •  NFL: Patriots sign CBs Shawn Springs and Leigh Bodden
 •  NFL: Browns release WR Joe Jurevicius
 •  CBKB: Air Force gets first conference win in MWC tourney
 •  CFB: Sugar Bowl, BCS extend agreement
 •  NFL: Jets sign special teams ace Larry Izzo
 •  CBKB: BU fires basketball coach Wolff after 15 seasons
 •  NFL: Rams sign safety Butler, fullback Karney
 •  NFL: Eagles sign safety Rashad Baker to 1-year deal
 •  NFL: Vikings re-sign defensive tackle Jimmy Kennedy
 •  NFL: Safety Reed Doughty re-signs with the Redskins
 •  NFL: Panthers release starting CB Lucas in cap move
 •  UH baseball: Military gets 50 percent off tickets to this week's series
 •  Judge: Vick must appear at hearing, pay for travel
 •  MLB: Rodriguez doing well, Yankees manager says
 •  Skiing: Lindsey Vonn wins women’s World Cup overall title
 •  MLB: Giants showing spring power
 •  The Netherlands shocks World, favored Dominican Republic
 •  NFL: Bronco QB Cutler, coach McDaniels talk in conference call
 •  NBA: LeBron James’ contributions valuable, award or not
 •  CBKB: UCLA’s Collison listed as probable for tournament
 •  CBKB: Countdown begins for filling out 65-team field
 •  MLB: Mauer’s back still inflamed, but no further damage
 •  NFL: Chiefs cut QB Quinn Gray
 •  NFL: Steelers tackle Colon signs 1-year deal
 •  MLB: Report: AG recuses himself from Clemens case
 •  MLB: Dodger Blake feeling like himself, homers off Webb
 •  NFL: 49er QB Smith returns to compete with his good buddy
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  Hawaii unemployment rate hits quarter-century high of 6.1 percent
 •  First Hawaiian Bank Foundation supports foster care program
 •  Hawaiian Air is nation's most punctual in January
 •  First Hawaiian Bank parent ranked 8th safest bank globally
 •  April 3 deadline set for farmers, ranchers to seek assistance
 •  Kilohana Square will have Sunday sidewalk sales
 •  Families can enjoy art together at two free events
 •  Middle Eastern music, food featured at Gaza fundraiser Saturday
 •  Tube Notes: 'The Chopping Block,' 'Lost'
 •  Film to be shot on Oahu featuring Tia Carrere, former Idol, other stars
 •  Tickets remain for Jo Koy at Pipeline Cafe tonight
 •  Teachers’ merit pay: an idea worth review

Local News
 •  Man charged in theft of Army cash
 •  1,400 Isle Marines to join Afghanistan surge
 •  Help for homeless children noticed
 •  $372 million for Hawaii in federal spending bill
 •  Violence worries residents of Honolulu's Mayor Wright housing
 •  Hawaii murder defendant says he's entrepreneur, not mobster
 •  Ni'ihau's fish-kill mystery unresolved, but ban lifted
 •  Legislature keeping its tax-raising options open Video
 •  Lawmakers reject 2010 raise, but retain automatic pay increases
 •  Two indicted in 2007 home robbery
 •  Oahu drivers don't get it yet on speeding
 •  City says little security risk in rail
 •  Candles apparent cause of afternoon house fire
 •  Mayor says her budget won't reduce or cut jobs
 •  Garbage crews sickened by chemicals in the trash
 •  Wai'anae Coast urged to save water after pipe leak
 •  Keahole-Kalaniana'ole to get new right-turn lane
 •  Isle Red Cross chapter's holding annual fundraiser
 •  Australian dance troupe visiting schools on Oahu
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Vacancies spur rare free-for-all

 •  Hawaii will play on after play-in win
 •  Hawaii in good hands at first
 •  No place like home for Utes' Fonoti
 •  'Bows lack finishing touch in losing, 62-58 Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii hosts Arizona State
 •  Leilehua turns back Kapolei in OIA Red West opener, 4-3 Photo gallery
 •  Warriors hire new girls water polo coach
 •  This week
 •  ILH wrestling
 •  ILH paddling
 •  Prep notices
 •  Jazz turn back Pacers for 12th straight victory
 •  Dodgers' Ramirez working up to debut in spring game
 •  Rainbow Wahine host Sea Warriors today
 •  No. 1 UConn claims 15th Big East women's crown
 •  Australia's Parkinson wins surf tour opener
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Seasiders eying long playoff run

Island Life
 •  'River' flows slowly but tells story
 •  Kids' tale of sassy snack keeps energy high
 •  Crow to perform at Waikiki Shell Photo gallery Video
 •  Okonomiyaki
 •  Okonomiyaki versatile and filling
 •  Taste of things to come: 10 food trends
 •  With pancakes, the secret's in the malt
 •  Quick dish a perfect end to busy day
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Here's a St. Patrick's Day recipe, just for the fun of it
 •  Dinner at Roy's to help team to regionals
 •  100 good cookies, sans almonds

 •  Electronic records a boon for Kaiser
 •  Hawaii 8th best for getting federal public-health funds
 •  Union-organizing bill may be revised
 •  Frugality escalating to miserly
 •  National well-being index gives Hawaii No. 2 ranking
 •  Citigroup leads Dow rally
 •  State tax revenues down 6.4%
 •  Fed chief says financial system due for change

 •  City should bar drivers' use of hand-held devices
 •  During hard times, people withdraw from friends — but not 'friending'
 •  Delusion is no disability
 •  Political season heats up with Abercrombie's bid
 •  Vacancies spur rare free-for-all
 •  Road safety

 •  Kids' tale of sassy snack keeps energy high