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Articles for March 25, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Civil union loses vote in Hawaii Senate
 •  Hawaii governor wants to cut state worker wages to balance budget
 •  Mauna Loa threat to be discussed at Big Island meetings
 •  Monument for Kalaupapa gets congressional OK
 •  Hawaii coral beds found to be more than 4,200 years old
 •  Akaka bill clarified ó no gambling allowed
 •  Advocates for the needy protest social-services cuts at Capitol
 •  Mayor to sign 2 bills for tourism, rail transit
 •  Weather delaying Kihei boardwalk project
 •  Murder suspect Nofoa's trial on previous charges delayed
 •  Robotics competition draws hundreds of students to Hawaii
 •  Proposals sought to benefit Kahuku
 •  Mini recycling drive for Kailua
 •  Big Island police seek missing man
 •  Rookie MPD officer fired after federal charges surface
 •  Water conditions hazardous for small craft
 •  High surf advisory continues
 •  Mild weather today
 •  Man in stable condition following stabbing in Waianae
 •  Kahului airport to get $15 million in stimulus money for improvements
 •  Abercrombie says military in Hawaii to get $203 million in stimulus funds
 •  BYUH's Alves named NCAA II national player of the year
 •  NFL's Goodell wants longer regular season
 •  Baldwin's Seto and Molokai's Akaka named MIL's top players
 •  CBKB: UConn will review report that it broke NCAA rules
 •  Cycling: Armstrong gets plate, 12 screws in collarbone
 •  NFL: QB Michael Vick leaves federal prison in Kansas
 •  NCAA: Study finds women players outdo men in classroom
 •  NBA: Nuggets F Nene draws 2-game suspension
 •  NBA: Spurs' Tim Duncan held out against Hawks
 •  MLB: Ramirez back in the outifeld for Dodgers
 •  Feds: Michael Vick illegally spent pension funds
 •  NBA: Former housekeeper sues Kobe Bryant, his wife
 •  MLB: Detroit Tigers' Good Friday opener draws criticism
 •  Odd: Michigan baseball team offers 4,800-calorie burger
 •  NCAA: AP's look at the round of 16, predictions
 •  NCAA Men's Tournament schedule
 •  NCAA: Sweet 16 capsules
 •  Auto racing: Hendrick committed to Earnhardt Jr., Eury Jr.
 •  Auto racing: NASCAR All-Star race to end with 10-lap finish
 •  NFL: Judge jails ex-Lions top pick Charles Rogers
 •  NFL: Terrell Owens gets award from Alzheimer's Association
 •  Soccer: Ronaldo expects to end career in Brazil
 •  NBA: Bulls to face Jazz in NBA preseason game in London
 •  Japan's WBC winners return to warm welcome
 •  NFL: Owners pass 4 player safety rules for 2009 season
 •  MLB: Can Kosuke Fukodome still fit Cubs to a T?
 •  This date in sports history: Horton Smith wins first Masters in 1934
 •  MLB: Aurilia enjoying fresh perspective with Giants
 •  Auto racing: This week's top events
 •  Sumo: Asashoryu rallies from first loss at spring tournament
 •  Maui Land & Pineapple names new CFO
 •  Group names Hawaiian Air's Dunkerley 'Salesperson of the Year'
 •  Honolulu ranks among top metro areas in newspaper readership
 •  Consumer fraud complaints down 46% in Hawaii last year
 •  Auto show opens tomorrow at Convention Center
 •  ML Macadamia Orchards reverses loss to post $68K profit in 2008
 •  Airlines lose 23% fewer bags in 2008 as passengers travel lighter
 •  Wall Street opens higher after factory order rise
 •  'American Idol': the contenders
 •  Tube Notes: 'American Idol,' 'King Lear' tonight
 •  Earth Hour asks world to cut power for one hour on Saturday
 •  Passover seder planned for all April 9 in Waikiki
 •  Pearl Ala Moana's Fashion Week kicks off Thursday
 •  'Glass Menagerie' opens April 3 at HPU theater
 •  Church plans 'Eggstravaganza' April 11 in Kaneohe
 •  Aloha International Piano Festival announces lineup
 •  Comedian Craig Shoemaker at Pipeline Cafe tonight
 •  State, DOE, feds must forge stimulus accord

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Local News
 •  Brother says Nofoa told him of killing
 •  Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii began with Spalding Photo gallery Video
 •  Woman, 55, killed while trying to cross Nimitz
 •  Governor plans to use school funds to close Hawaii deficit gap
 •  Hawaii state Senate panel OKs urgent funds for health services
 •  Key senator leaning against reviving Hawaii civil-unions bill Video
 •  Plant, extinct in wild, returns Photo gallery Video
 •  Army spends millions to save native plants
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Summer jobs with city for ages 14-24
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Man accused of murdering his wife pleads not guilty
 •  One of two pedestrians hit by chartered bus has died
 •  Wastewater flows from manhole on Lipoa Street
 •  Masked gunman wanted for robbery in home invasion
 •  Man killed after crashing his pickup on Kuakini Highway
 •  Agencies warning residents of hazards from Mauna Loa
 •  Obituaries
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Tax plan targeting AIG execs is off base

Sports
 •  Wie trades books for clubs
 •  Hawaii team heads to Ecuador
 •  Hawaiian punch makes Boxers tougher to beat
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  'Iolani turns to long ball to overwhelm Mid-Pacific, 14-0 Photo gallery
 •  'Aiea's Helsham commits to Idaho
 •  This week
 •  Games on TV
FOOTBALL
 •  Four safety rules passed at meetings
BASKETBALL
 •  Spartans surprise No. 1 seed Duke
 •  UConn routs Florida to reach regional semis
 •  UNC's Lawson expects to play Friday
 •  Jazz drop Rockets out of first, 99-86
BASEBALL
 •  Baseball Phillies ace faces minor leaguers
ISLE FILE
 •  BYUH's Wily first-team All-American
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Asian countries executing game plan

Island Life
THEATER
 •  'Gypsy' saves the va-va-voom for second act
PEOPLE
 •  Mick Fleetwood to play Waikiki, Kauai Photo gallery
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Crafting blogs helped launch art career
TASTE
 •  Biscuits: An American classic
 •  Scallops a quick, sophisticated meal
 •  Culinary calendar
QUICK BITES
 •  Join the 7th annual WaikÔkÔ Spam Jam
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Criminey! A chicken dish for the guys

Business
 •  Inflation outstrips rise in Isle income
 •  Grocery auctions drawing crowds of bargain-hunters
 •  NikeTown to close at end of May
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Dow fall could have been worse
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Isle company launches Tetris site

Opinion
 •  Ridership data buoys hopes for Oahu rail
COMMENTARY
 •  U.S.-Mexican relations need clarity
 •  Poetry of spring
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  Public workers must share budget burden with all taxpayers
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Tax plan targeting AIG execs is off base
 •  Hawaii Superferry

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  'Gypsy' saves the va-va-voom for second act