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Articles for March 20, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Motta, Joseph convicted of murder, other charges in Pali shootings
 •  March tomorrow kicks off 'Chinatown Pride Rally'
 •  Man found guilty of 2004 killing in Sunset Beach
 •  Maui woman, 89, in critical condition after two-car crash
 •  Volunteers from Navy toil for Habitat for Humanity tomorrow
 •  Victim of assault by soldier at UH in 2007 says she remains fearful
 •  Man accused in Ewa killing silent in initial court appearance
 •  Kaneohe Marine base to get $19 million from stimulus package
 •  Army Garrison-Hawaii honored for environmental efforts
 •  Jellyfish influx closes Hanauma Bay
 •  Big Island horticulturist honored for helping save endangered Isle plants
 •  Hokulea crew enjoying Palmyra Atoll's beauty ... and amenities
 •  Bill would enable couple married 63 years to live in same care home
 •  Kauai police ask help in finding man missing for a year
 •  Portland pounds UH, ends Rainbows' 8-game win streak
 •  NCAA men's basketball scores, tomorrow's games
 •  UH baseball team beats Washington, 9-7, in 10 innings
 •  Arizona State wrestler, born with one leg, becomes NCAA All-American
 •  Haleiwa's Ching named to U.S. team for World Cup soccer qualifiers
 •  NCAA: Siena beats Ohio State in double overtime, 74-72
 •  NCAA: No. 1 Louisville beats Morehead St., 74-54
 •  NCAA: Obama's tournament bracket in crisis mode
 •  NCAA: Sloppy Pittsburgh survives East Tennessee State, 72-62
 •  NCAA: Cleveland State shocks Wake Forest, 84-69
 •  NCAA: Michigan State overpowers Robert Morris, 77-62
 •  NBA: Jazz C Okur out after getting poked in eye
 •  Tennis: Defending champion Ivanovic moves into final
 •  MMA champ Rashad Evans to sign autographs at Windward Mall
 •  College wrestling: Ohio State sends 3 to finals
 •  CFB: College coach: I never spoke with Peterson
 •  Tennis: Nadal, Roddick win to set up semifinals match
 •  NCAA: Xavier rolls over Portland State, 77-59
 •  NCAA: Gibson's 10-for-10 sends USC past Boston College 69-55
 •  NCAA: Wise gets 21 in 2nd half, Arizona beats Utah 84-71
 •  MLB: Leyland wants his WBC players back in camp
 •  NCAA: Despite some dirty play by foes, Oklahoma's Griffin remains cool
 •  NCAA: UConn's Calhoun back, cracking joking, says he'll be on bench Saturday
 •  MLB: Twins' Mauer doubts he'll be ready for opening day
 •  WBC: Oswalt to lead United States against Japan
 •  NCAA: Wright, Dayton fly past West Virginia 68-60
 •  NCAA: Strong second half lifts Mizzou over Cornell 78-59
 •  NCAA: Harden's lone basket helps ASU beat Temple 66-57
 •  Iditarod: Fifth dog dies during race
 •  NCAA: Eaton's shot leads Oklahoma St. over Tennessee
 •  NCAA: Marquette holds off Utah State in first round, 58-57
 •  NCAA: Collins, Aldrich keep Kansas moving, 84-74 over N.D. State
 •  NCAA: UConn coach Calhoun says he was dehydrated, will coach Saturday
 •  NCAA: Syracuse rolls over Stephen F. Austin 59-44
 •  Despite success against UH, Weis plans to stay on field during games
 •  Swimming: Cal sets record in freestyle relay at NCAAs
 •  CBKB: Florida's Donovan suspends Chaney for rest of year
 •  Auto racing: Martin makes it 2 poles in a row
 •  NFL: Hill, Smith get early start to 49ers' QB race
 •  Auto racing: FIA retreats after F1 teams challenge rule change
 •  NBA: Refs angered by fine of official in Rivers spat
 •  Auto racing: Biffle pulls out of race with injured ribs
 •  MLB: Andruw Jones, Rangers extend deadline for free agency
 •  Police: Fugitive Ex-NFL QB Komlo killed in Greece crash
 •  Volleyball: Nebraska exhibition sells in 24 hours
 •  NCAA: Missouri forward recalls last Tigers visit to Boise in 1995
 •  NCAA: West Virginia's Ebanks more than a lanky frosh. who can rebound
 •  NCAA: Biggs overlooked but much appreciated at Pittsburgh
 •  NCAA regional capsules: Friday's games at Miami
 •  NCAA regional capsules: Friday's games at Minneapolis
 •  NCAA regional capsules: Friday's games at Boise, Idaho
 •  NCAA regional capsules: Friday's games at Dayton
 •  Soccer: MLS adds Portland franchise
 •  Soccer: FIFA made $184M profit in '08
 •  Obituary: Former Giants OF/1B Lockman dies at 82
 •  MLB: Ivan Rodriguez passes physical, officially an Astro
 •  Tennis: Federer will skip tournament in Monte Carlo
 •  Triathlon: New Ironman coming to St. George, Utah, area
 •  Cycling: Armstrong to yield to sprinters at Milan-San Remo
 •  Soccer: FIFA beats world crisis; makes $184m profit in '08
 •  Sumo: Asashoryu, Hakuho remain tied at Spring tournament
 •  More than 1,200 Hawaii workers laid off in February
 •  Disaster assistance available to Oahu victims of mid-December storms
 •  HEMIC unit gets OK to underwrite insurance for Lloyd's of London
 •  IRS offers tax help tomorrow in Honolulu, Hilo
 •  K-drama star Song Il Kook arrives in Honolulu
 •  Maui author Brandon Wilson wins award for latest book.
 •  Artists of Hawaii 2009 participants named
 •  Ellen Choy Craig Award honors Corinne Kamiya
 •  Tube Notes Weekend Edition
 •  Public needs a window on Isle stimulus spending

Local News
 •  Sisters visit 'Ewa memorial Video
 •  Hokule'a reaches Palmyra Video
 •  Ploeger appointed Chaminade president
 •  Hawaii economy likely to be rough for at least 2 more years
 •  Bankrupt Hawaiian Telcom plans to pay $6M in worker bonuses
 •  Rain loses $8.1M Hawaii verdict, owes damages for cancellation Video
 •  Ho'opili weighs jobs, homes alongside traffic, farm land
 •  7.9 quake off Tonga could intensify volcano's eruption Video
 •  UH football player indicted in sex assault
 •  Defendant in cold case asks charges dropped
 •  Jury verdict awards $1.8M to crash victim
 •  Man gets probation in sex case
 •  Study ordered as ferry ends Photo gallery Video
 •  Boards to vote on Mauna Kea rules
 •  EKG devices set in Maui ambulances
 •  Man gets probation in sex case
 •  Ka'ahumanu, Pu'unene lane closures on Sunday
 •  Missile base takes care of 'aina, too
 •  Visitor injured by flaw in sidewalk gets $321,321
 •  Rumor of gang attacks at Wal-Mart an old hoax
 •  Man dies in apparent drowning at beach park
 •  Kahe station biggest toxic releaser in 2007
 •  Help needed preparing floating festival lanterns
 •  Barnes & Noble benefit for Asa Yamashita fund
 •  Senate confirms science advisers
 •  Big Isle mayor outlines ways to cut budget
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Missile base takes care of 'aina, too

 •  'Bows can't finish off Cornhuskers Photo gallery
 •  Hansbrough tops ACC in scoring in Tar Heels' 101-58 rout of Radford
 •  Price, Shim were outstanding
 •  On-job training helps UH's Lofy vie for starting spot
 •  Bolla, UH expected to meet
 •  UH baseball team looking for rarely used players to pitch in
 •  UH's Friesen 3rd in NCAA 1-meter diving
 •  Price, Shim were outstanding
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Raiders top Lancers, 3-1
 •  UConn coach Calhoun in hospital, but Huskies rip Chattanooga, 103-47
 •  UCLA survives in East
 •  Lavaman Keauhou triathlon set Sept. 13
 •  Vercruyssen springs to top in trampoline
 •  Browns' Stallworth reportedly drunk Photo gallery
 •  Low splits in NCAA wrestling
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  The Curious Aging of Greg Howell Video
 •  Runway shows, rare rocks for spring
 •  New tweenage Dora has parents 'mad, sad'
 •  Hawaii acts at performing at prestigious SXSW festival
 •  On my ipod: Brother Noland
 •  Music: CD reviews
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Journey founder Neal Schon dishes
 •  Music fest draws new talents
 •  Sink your teeth into 2 boy-meets-girl releases
 •  Touching 'Tuesdays' strikes human chord
 •  Shari Lynn takes obsessive moms to a new level
 •  Obama, Leno chat about AIG, dog Photo gallery
 •  Metromix party tonight at Ward
 •  3 Korean films to show in HIFF's spring festival
 •  The hot list
 •  Screening room
 •  Ongoing events

 •  Republic takes helm at Mokulele Airlines
 •  $773 million from bailout recouped for Hawaii
 •  Plunge in mortgage rates may continue
 •  Tax on bailout bonuses OK'd
 •  Star-Bulletin owner in deal for San Diego daily
 •  Betty's Beach Café opens in Lahaina

 •  Longer school day promising, but no magic bullet
 •  Broadband efforts can unlock new potential
 •  Generational battle rages in job market
 •  AIG a lesson in triviality
 •  Inouye, Earmarks

 •  We still believe in Journey
 •  Runway shows, rare rocks for spring
 •  Travel in Japan brings its own special moments
 •  Sink your teeth into 2 boy-meets-girl releases
 •  Hawaii acts at performing at prestigious SXSW festival
 •  On my ipod: Brother Noland
 •  Music: CD reviews
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Journey founder Neal Schon dishes
 •  Music fest draws new talents
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Pau hana time
 •  In Hawaii, Obama knows where to grind
 •  Touching 'Tuesdays' strikes human chord
 •  Shari Lynn takes obsessive moms to a new level
 •  The hot list
 •  Screening room
 •  Ongoing events