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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 15, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Navy, DLNR say coral restoration off Reef Runway progressing
 •  Child playing with lighter started Mililani housefire
 •  Schofield soldier from Pearl City honored at Iraq memorial
 •  Hawaii Superferry to auction array of items from short stay
 •  Student mural brightens Nuuanu Elementary School campus
 •  Last group of 2/3 Marines leaves Kaneohe for Afghanistan today
 •  Hawaii gets $10.2 million for unemployment insurance
 •  Moiliili shooting victim remains in critical condition
 •  City Square to remain closed over the weekend after odor scare
 •  Driver in fatal 2006 Big Island accident pleads to misdemeanor
 •  Big Island police arrest Pepeekeo man on meth trafficking charge
 •  Kauai County debuts mobile stage for Visitor Industry Charity Walk
 •  Hawaii surf: South shores holding at 3 to 5 feet
 •  Hawaii weather: Sunny, but a bit hazy today
 •  Fresh lei needed for Memorial Day observations at veterans cemeteries Photo gallery
 •  ADA golf tournament nets more than $100,000 for Hawai‘i diabetes programs
 •  Mililani tops Roosevelt for Division I state softball championship
 •  Sisto, Catricala lift Rainbows past Utah Valley, 4-1
 •  Kauai edges Waialua for Division II state softball title, 1-0
 •  Girls pole vault, boys high jump state champs crowned
 •  State softball results, schedules
 •  State boys volleyball scores, schedules
 •  Manny Ramirez apologizes to teammates for suspension
 •  HPU men and women, BYUH women ousted from NCAA II tennis
 •  Wie shoots 3-under 69, tied for sixth, six shots back
 •  Maui's Victorino, champion Phillies visit fellow underdog Obama
 •  UH baseball: Senior citizens, UH alumni get ticket discounts to this week's games
 •  Swimming: Phelps cruises to 2 finals in return to pool
 •  NBA: Rockets-Lakers draws largest ESPN audience ever
 •  NBA: Resilient Rockets pushing Lakers to the brink
 •  MLB: Red Sox bench Ortiz
 •  Horse racing: Home can wait for Mine That Bird, trainer Woolley
 •  Horse racing: Fla jockey pleads not guilty to fixing races
 •  Horse racing: Bird not the word for Borel leading to Preakness
 •  Track: Usain Bolt says he’s examined his life after crash
 •  NFL: Salary cap up $12 million over last season
 •  CBKB: Nevada lands another recruit with overseas ties
 •  Former Ky. prep basketball star Mackey arrested on gun charge
 •  Tennis: Federer beats Roddick to reach Madrid semifinals
 •  NFL: Appeals court sides with Redskins over trademark
 •  Former Oklahoma great Wayman Tisdale dies at 44
 •  NBA: Lakers in the midst of a disturbing trend after Game 6 loss
 •  NBA: Lakers grate, not great
 •  Horse racing: Hey, what about me? Mine That Bird seeks respect
 •  Horse racing: McCarthy’s one-horse stable tackles the Preakness
 •  Soccer: Track star Bolt helps United over Premier League finish line
 •  Former Red Sox slugger Rice to tour Cooperstown
 •  Cycling: Armstrong, Astana riders protest failed payments
 •  NFL: Report: Favre talked healing strategy with doctor
 •  MLB: Giants can't afford to lose their only offensive threat, Bengie Molina
 •  Honolulu Marathon: Early walk-up registration next week at Waikele
 •  Judge rejects plan to rebrand go! under Aloha Airlines name
 •  Webber resigns as CEO of Maui Land & Pineapple
 •  Castle Group takes over some Marc Resorts management contracts
 •  Bankoh rated nation's top-performing bank last year
 •  Wahiawa Hospital nurses win new 3-year contract
 •  Arthritis Foundation fundraiser connected to 5-year-old ambassador
 •  Ukulele master Gordon Mark will 'Talk Story' Wednesday
 •  Asian influence subject of May 23 forum
 •  Only one will be 'Idol'
 •  Tube Notes: 'Prison Break,' 'Numb3rs'
 •  Fundraiser for Arthritis Foundation Sunday at O Lounge
 •  Independent, foreign films coming to Kukui Theatre on Maui
 •  Oahu needs sustainable waste solutions

Local News
 •  Five more flu cases reported
 •  Neighbor Islands to hurt more
 •  Hawaii inmate dies in California
 •  Ponzi scammer dies in drive off cliff before Hawaii sentencing
 •  Hawaii state senator's wife pleads not guilty to felony theft Video
 •  Shark-cage dive tours little risk to public safety Hawaii, study finds
 •  Cold, wet season puts damper on fragrant lei Video
 •  Abercrombie seeks to transfer campaign funds
 •  Gold medalist to teach at swim clinic
 •  Testimony divided on landfill
 •  Makers of flu vaccine sift production details
 •  Driver of pickup truck dies after one-vehicle crash
 •  Missing woman's body located near Kona airport
 •  2 children treated for burns after fire in garage bathroom
 •  Graduation ceremonies may slow traffic near UH
 •  Unknown odor shuts down Satellite City Hall office
 •  Former UH medical school dean Ed Cadman to retire
 •  Moped crash critically injures 16-year-old boy
 •  Stevens' defense tab at least $1 million Photo gallery
 •  State GOP eyes new leadership
 •  Injured biker sues tour bus company
 •  Obituaries
 •  Kids' art garners raves at hip gallery

 •  Rainbows win opener
 •  Kauai, Waialua will play for state Division II softball crown Photo gallery Video
 •  Roosevelt outlasts 'Iolani, reaches semis Photo gallery Video
 •  UH track standout makes history
 •  Kauai, Waialua will play for state Division II softball crown Photo gallery Video
 •  Roosevelt outlasts 'Iolani, reaches semis Photo gallery Video
 •  Big Island athletes like home advantage
 •  Bajarin pitches Rough Riders past Baldwin, 3-0 Photo gallery Video
 •  Kamaka's 2-hitter lifts Trojans past top seed 'Iolani
 •  Games on TV
 •  Seabury Hall advances to Division II semis
 •  Youth movement, history intertwine at Jennie K.
 •  Wie's 70 trails by 8 in Sybase
 •  Rockets push Lakers to the limit with 95-80 win
 •  Howard, Magic rally past Celtics to force a Game 7
 •  Visting Dodgers rally past Phillies in 10th, 5-3
 •  HPU men win, women rained out
 •  Vercruyssen in synch, gets gold in elite event
 •  Fab Five autograph session during car show
 •  Detroit, Carolina advance to semis
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  A.C. endures, so do Isle memories

Island Life
 •  Animal antics
 •  A little paradise at Tori Richard
 •  'Mamma Mia!' will rock you, big time
 •  On my ipod
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Green Day still seeing red over state of state
 •  'Clapham Junction' sure to generate plenty of talk
 •  Screening room
 •  'Scoundrels' actors went to the source to prepare
 •  Leno's last guest will be his own replacement Photo gallery
 •  Former Islander now a star in Korea
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events

 •  Chrysler may pull Maui dealership
 •  Carlyle Group agrees to pay $20M in pension fund probe
 •  24 Hour Fitness expanding
 •  What if your Chrysler dealer closes?
 •  Hawaii Opera Theatre moves in
 •  Pfizer will help jobless with free drugs for year

 •  Public process offers key chance for input
 •  Bill sets clear rules for competitive telecom market
 •  Right to choose works both ways
 •  The torture debate, continued
 •  Waikiki parking

 •  Watch Jake Shimabukuro's fingers fly
 •  A little paradise at Tori Richard
 •  'Mamma Mia!' will rock you, big time
 •  Almost famous means check's always in mail
 •  'Clapham Junction' sure to generate plenty of talk
 •  Screening room
 •  On my ipod
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Green Day still seeing red over state of state
 •  Hawaii eats
 •  'Scoundrels' actors went to the source to prepare
 •  Don't resist the charms Photo gallery
 •  Rainbow Film Festival celebrates 20th year
 •  Oh, baby — it's all about the keiki this weekend
 •  Hawaii Book & Music Festival
 •  Date book
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events