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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 24, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Nofoa admitted shooting Kaukani, brother tells court
 •  Kauai-based Coast Guard crew rescues ill woman from boat
 •  Events being held to remind Big Island residents of Mauna Loa threat
 •  Taniguchi leaning against pulling civil-unions bill from committee
 •  Hannemann announces summer work program for youth
 •  Hawaii restaurant, food establishment owners warned of sign scam
 •  Royal Mausoleum hosting Thursday program to honor Prince Kuhio
 •  Pedestrian dies after being hit on Nimitz Highway
 •  Fire department credits citizens for helping contain Nuuanu house fire
 •  Robbers invade Aiea home
 •  Man allegedly crashes stolen car, threatens cop
 •  Man in stable condition following stabbing in Waianae
 •  Army, UH bringing rare plant back to Makua Valley
 •  Kauai man pleads not guilty in stabbing death of wife
 •  Abercrombie says military in Hawaii to get $203 million in stimulus funds
 •  Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii founder Charles Spalding dies
 •  Man, 67, dies in single-vehicle crash in Kailua, Kona
 •  Hawaii to receive $927,000 for new student data system, Abercrombie says
 •  Kahului airport to get $15 million in stimulus money for improvements
 •  Trace amounts of contaminants found in Maui water
 •  Hawaii Department of Health urges awareness of tuberculosis
 •  Elderly man struck by bus in Kaanapali March 13 dies
 •  DLNR accused of failing to protect endangered bird on Big Island
 •  Bill on Kalaupapa memorial expected to pass this week
 •  Hokulea drenched on first night of return trip
 •  More Korean, Chinese visitors expected in Hawaii
 •  Maui mayor warns ‘hard road ahead of us’
 •  Surf up on east shores
 •  High surf advisory for east shores
 •  Small craft advisory issued
 •  Mostly sunny today
 •  State releases $2.5 million to design biosafety lab at UH medical school
 •  Pearl Harbor shipyard crew responds to sub collision in Persian Gulf
 •  Cycling: Armstrong will have surgery Wednesday
 •  MLB: Manager Bob Geren gets contract extension from A's
 •  NFL: Browns' Mangini will hold open QBs competition
 •  NCAA: Lawson plans to play for Tar Heels against Gonzaga
 •  Boxing: Writers pick Pacquiao 2008 fighter of year
 •  NCAA: AP's look at the round of 16, predictions
 •  NCAA Men's Tournament schedule
 •  NFL: League passes four player safety rules
 •  NCAA: Sweet 16 capsules
 •  NFL: Police say man hit by Stallworth wasn't in crosswalk
 •  Tennis: Scott leaves WTA to become Pac-10 commissioner
 •  Figure skating: Russians take lead at worlds, Belbin-Agosto in 2nd
 •  CBKB: Seth Curry to transfer after one year at Liberty
 •  Tennis: Person at USTA: Clijsters sought Open wild card
 •  Soccer: FIFA, UEFA reject WADA drug-testing rule
 •  NFL: Chiefs chairman: Gonzalez staying with Kansas City
 •  CBKB: Coast Guard women's coach suspended before suicide
 •  NFL hires Washington lobbyist
 •  Iditarod: 6th dog dies during airplane flight
 •  Obituary: Baseball Hall of Famer George Kell dead at 86
 •  Obituary: Indy 500 racer Lloyd Ruby dies at 81
 •  NBA: Appeals court upholds verdict against Iverson
 •  NFL: McDaniels committed to Cutler, rules out nothing
 •  Lingle nominates Ron Williams to serve on HTA board
 •  Hawaii personal income gain canceled out by inflation
 •  Enterprise Rent-A-Car to open at Hilo, Kona and Lihue airports
 •  Mokulele to launch Honolulu-to-Hilo service May 1
 •  Wall Street opens lower after surge a day earlier
 •  Chuck Jones remembered in program today on TCM
 •  Tube Notes: "Extreme Ice" on Nova
 •  TV art director, Carl Sagan collaborator to talk at KCC Monday
 •  Saturday's Passport Day offers chance to apply, waived fees
 •  New restaurant opens at Maui Prince Hotel
 •  Indie rocker Jenny Lewis to perform at Pipeline April 10
 •  Mick Fleetwood to showcase blues band at Level 4 and Kauai
 •  Ridership data buoys hopes for Oahu rail

Local News
 •  Crash victim loved outdoors
 •  Big wave injures teen at blowhole
 •  State database launches on charity contributions
 •  Hawaii governor hails Iolani School champs Photo gallery Video
 •  Rail ridership in U.S. a ‘good sign’ for Hawaii
 •  Hawaii's lagging economy drags down state's rail tax collections
 •  Japan ambassador to U.S. lays wreath at Punchbowl Photo gallery Video
 •  Religious leaders back civil unions Photo gallery Video
 •  Older residents want safer roadways Video
 •  Alaska visitor dies after 2-car crash; 2 others hurt
 •  1,400 marijuana plants seized, 2 to face charges
 •  Hokule'a leaves Palmyra for return to Honolulu Video
 •  Blaze causes damage to townhouse, neighbor's unit Video
 •  Presentation on curbside recycling will be tonight
 •  Man faces assault charge for urinating on woman
 •  Group seeks endangered listing for 7 bee species
 •  Wind shear may be to blame for FedEx crash Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Rising above a joke that fell flat

 •  Oregon State tops visiting 'Bows, 8-4
 •  Ichiro lifts Japan to title repeat
 •  Rutgers upsets Auburn, 80-52
 •  Mililani's Senas getting it done
 •  'Team Aloha' roster unveiled
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  This week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Baseball
 •  Softball
 •  Volleyball
 •  Water Polo
 •  Tomlinson re-works deal with Chargers
 •  Magic on verge of division title
 •  Schilling retires after 20 seasons
 •  Armstrong breaks collarbone in race
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Reality is winning solves everything

Island Life
 •  Get the kids out to play!
 •  Job security? I'll just work the red carpet
 •  Don't yell — talk to solve problems
 •  Join Hawaii moms at outings
 •  Colbert wins space race Photo gallery
 •  Dolly Parton — for the wee, sleepy set

 •  HawTel lowers its losses for January
 •  Loss of major golf events a concern
 •  Hawaii stocks show gains
 •  Upbeat Wall Street surges
 •  A&B warns break-even quarter expected
 •  Solar-powered sweets in works

 •  City right to return parks to public use
 •  Put away the pitchforks
 •  Sending homeless home makes sense
 •  In Iran, women who speak up are silenced
 •  Superferry