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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 4, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Lingle says Hawaii has three probable cases of swine flu
 •  Lingle opens veto ceremony to public
 •  Barbecue fire damages Navy housing unit
 •  Computer virus may have compromised KCC student records
 •  Search in Pearl City still on for missing woman
 •  Affidavit: Woman who allegedly ran over officer also chased boyfriend
 •  Light winds mean voggy conditions for a couple of days
 •  Hawaii County offering federal stimulus workshop
 •  Pepe'ekeo man assaulted at home on Big Island
 •  Big Island police say crash victim was from Kamuela
 •  Hawaii surf: 10-14 feet expected on North Shore
 •  Rockets outmuscle Lakers 100-92 in series opener
 •  Shoji brothers named to volleyball All-America first team
 •  Rainbow Wahine Ricketts named WAC softball pitcher of week again
 •  Bryan Clay skips Hypo Meeting due to lack of training
 •  NBA playoffs: Magic take opener from Boston 95-90
 •  MLB: Dodgers improve to 11-0 at home, beat Arizona 7-2
 •  LeBron James easily takes NBA MVP
 •  Horse racing: On to Preakness for Derby winner Mine That Bird
 •  Boxing: Stage set for Pacquiao-Mayweather clash
 •  MLB: Red Sox win first game at new Yankee Stadium 6-4
 •  MLB: Ankiel carted off field after slamming into wall; X-rays, CT scan negative
 •  NFL: Saints announce rookie free agents
 •  NFL: Patriots sign 3 players from Navy
 •  Super Bowl, NFC champ rings swiped from vehicle
 •  MLB: Ryan Howard’s 7th grand slam ties Phillies record
 •  Swimming: Arbitrator reduces Hardy’s doping suspension
 •  NFL: Redskins’ 400-pound OT Williams aims to rekindle career
 •  NFL: Investigation of Cowboys facility collapse begins
 •  NBA: Martin fined $25K for hard foul on Nowitzki
 •  MLB: Glavine able to throw off mound without pain
 •  MLB: Mets moving struggling Perez to bullpen
 •  MLB: A-Rod homers, plays 7 innings in field
 •  CBKB: Champion Tar Heels to visit White House on May 11
 •  NFL: Cowboys assistant coach set for surgery
 •  Kentucky Derby gets highest TV ratings in 17 years
 •  Preps: N.C. basketball recruit Wall charged with breaking and entering
 •  Preps: Alabama to resume sporting events
 •  Preps: Tampa athletes to miss meet because of flu concerns
 •  CBKB: Tennessee coach Pearl reveals engagement
 •  NHL: Ohio fan with cancer who inspired Columbus team dies
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams: I am the real No. 1 — not Safina
 •  NFL: CB Lucas gets second chance with Seahawks
 •  Kentucky Derby: NBC caller fails to keep eye on Bird
 •  NFL: Jet noise could distract quarterback Mark Sanchez
 •  NFL: Stafford’s spot unknown as Lions GM says Culpepper would start now
 •  NBA: Magic, Celts lack key players for Round 2
 •  NBA: Cavaliers don’t feel they’ve lost any edge
 •  MLB: Giants regaining their homefield mojo?
 •  MLB: Author sees A-Rod as insecure, needing to please
 •  NBA: Denver Thug-gets came as advertised against Mavericks
 •  Soccer: China's national team gets new coach
 •  MLB: Rangers' Young offers a tip: A-Rod didn't do it
 •  Preps: State tennis championship seeds
 •  This date in sports history: 1935 — Omaha wins Kentucky Derby on way to Triple Crown
 •  Hawaii-based Progressive Communications expands to Mainland
 •  Online ads for Hawaii job vacancies fall in April
 •  Debt rating agency cites Matson's declining performance
 •  Maui Land & Pineapple's losses widen in first quarter
 •  Hollywood Wax Museum auctions wax celebs
 •  On the bubble: Five TV shows worth saving
 •  Food Network magazine rates Hukilau Cafe's loco moco 'Best Hawaii Burger'
 •  Tube Notes: 'Dancing With the Stars' and 'American Experience: We Shall Remain: Geronimo'
 •  Lecture explores existing Hawaiian fish ponds
 •  Young chefs need community's help
 •  No Doubt tickets on sale Saturday to public
 •  Hawaii's Jake Shimabukuro to perform in Europe
 •  Editorial: Barrel tax vote - Oil tax fund invests in Isle energy future

Local News
 •  Jail plans mental health aid
 •  Program for social workers takes a hit
 •  Eight Kalaupapa patients will attend Damien's canonization Photo gallery Video
 •  Hotel occupancy in Hawaii at 22-year low
 •  Worry arises with rail on fast track
 •  Sub's arrival part of Pacific plan
 •  44-foot sailboat stuck on reef off Kahala Video
 •  Obama plan would remake college aid
 •  Koko Head Elementary summer registration begins
 •  Grants will aid Maui parrotbill
 •  Flu may not be as lethal as was feared
 •  Volcanoes park plans series of upgrades
 •  Biodiesel tank fire briefly closes Central Maui Landfill
 •  Maui Humane Society elects new officers after shelter flap
 •  Shuttle service available while Paihi Bridge is being replaced
 •  Public meetings on energy planning to wind up May 13
 •  Woman struck by vehicle at beach park taken to hospital Video
 •  Injured bicyclist airlifted from Ka'ena Point ravine
 •  Broke orchestra plays its heart out
 •  Obituaries

 •  LaTech sweeps Hawaii
 •  Kai Bartlett, Judd beat the heat and 90 others Photo gallery Video
 •  Fields may be reduced in future
 •  Pearl City, Kauai top state baseball seeds
 •  Unbeaten Punahou No. 1 seed for state water polo
 •  O'Hair closes out win at Quail Hollow
 •  Pacquiao remaps road to greatness
 •  Dallas Cowboys aide paralyzed
 •  Nuggets fly by Mavericks
 •  Rays run wild in 5-3 win
 •  A-Rod book irks Girardi
 •  Derby winner may pass on Preakness
 •  Ching sparks Dynamo
 •  Kaufman sets UH jump record
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Home-grown harvest Video
 •  Hawaiian musicians shine at Stars
 •  Duct-tape bag a colorful way to stash trash
 •  Ashanti has lead role in musical 'The Wiz' in N.Y.
 •  Home-grown harvest Video
 •  Eight Kalaupapa patients will attend Damien's canonization Photo gallery Video
 •  'Bathroom Reader' goes green, too
 •  For the environment

 •  Travelers opt for Isles over Mexico
 •  Government jobs plentiful, but they're not for everyone
 •  Buffett, Munger talk about failure
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Elder-care study highlights need for plan
 •  Tourist taxes cost too much for too little
 •  Keeping the balance on Supreme Court
 •  Teaching reverence for civil liberties
 •  Swine flu