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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 21, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Hickam officer killed in Afghanistan was born leader, father says
 •  Body ID'd as missing woman Gail Yoshida
 •  Truck driver's blood-alcohol level was nearly four times legal limit
 •  State officials seek to calm residents as swine-flu count reaches 40
 •  Oahu neighborhood board voting period ends tomorrow
 •  Warrior Brigade unveils memorial to its fallen at Schofield
 •  Hawaii County police ask for help finding missing Hilo woman
 •  Blood Bank, Baskin-Robbins offering cool reward to donors
 •  Kaneohe Marines to rename airfield for World War II ace
 •  NOAA report says 15 whale species use Papahanaumokuakea waters
 •  City buses to be available for Memorial Day observations at Punchbowl
 •  Lender acquires Ilikai condominum units, retail space
 •  Maui stabbing victim remains in stable condition
 •  Akimeka LLC's Vasconcellos second runner-up in national small business award
 •  Traffic patterns to be changed at Punchbowl for Memorial Day weekend
 •  Hanalei named nation’s best beach
 •  Construction may affect water pressure in Lahaina
 •  Maui comfort station to close for repairs
 •  Police identify body found on Big Island
 •  Aloha Harvest receives $40,000 grant from First Hawaiian foundation
 •  Vigil, silent march planned for beating victim Charles Kahumoku
 •  WAC baseball: LA Tech beats UH with 2-run walk-off homer in 9th
 •  UH expected to name Wade its new men's volleyball coach
 •  WAC baseball: New Mexico State's late homer beats Fresno State
 •  WAC baseball: Top seed San Jose State beats Nevada
 •  KFVE to telecast tonight's UH-Louisiana Tech WAC baseball tournament game
 •  Nuggets beat Lakers 106-103 in Game 2
 •  Cowboys show off giant TV in $1.1 billion stadium
 •  WAC Baseball Tournament ticket prices, info
 •  Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf indicted on drug, burglary charges
 •  MLB: Padres ace Peavy turns down trade to White Sox
 •  WWE happy to tag Nuggets owner Kroenke as villain
 •  NFL: 49ers sign CB Dre’ Bly to replace injured CB Walt Harris
 •  CFB: Ex-Miami QB Marve chooses Purdue
 •  CFB: Notre Dame interested in game at Yankee Stadium
 •  No. 1 Bears’ fan Obama shifts to Steelers for day
 •  MLB: Red Sox’s Smoltz sharp in first rehab outing
 •  MLB: Cano powers Yankees to ninth straight win
 •  Former Kona hoops star Jazzmin Awa-Williams joins HPU
 •  NFL: Lions QB Stafford gets teasing and praise
 •  MLB: Mauer hits grand slam, drives in 6 as Twins rout White Sox 20-1
 •  Honolulu Marathon: Early walk-up registration this week at Waikele
 •  NFL: Vikings coach Childress says Favre remains retired
 •  MLB: Padres get Tony Gwynn Jr. in trade with Brewers
 •  NFL: Vick home in Va., fitted with electronic monitor
 •  NFL: WR Edwards ready to atone for disappointing ’08
 •  French Open tennis: Capsules on top men’s players
 •  French Open tennis: Capsules on top women’s players
 •  Detroit Lions sign veteran OT Ephraim Salaam
 •  MLB: Indians prospect pitches Double-A perfect game
 •  MLB: Mets’ Reyes day to day with tendinitis in leg
 •  Preps: Ohio's winningest hoops coach, tired of parents' complaints, resigns
 •  Tennis: Nadal eyes 5th French Open title, Federer eyes 1st
 •  NBA: Pistons star sues former business manager
 •  Tennis: French Open top women's players
 •  Tennis: French Open top men's players
 •  Soccer: D.C. United ownership change: MacFarlane bows out
 •  NFL: Former Bears star Perry released from hospital
 •  Preps: Penn. proposal to increase football classification meets opposition
 •  Auto racing: Indianapolis 500 Facts and Figures
 •  Boxing: Cuban defector Rigondeaux to make pro debut
 •  NFL: Michael Vick returns to Virginia home from prison
 •  Finally, 49ers general manager McCloughan can breathe a little easier
 •  MLB: Runs hard to come by as Padres edge Giants
 •  NFL: Steelers' Roethlisberger denies cancer Web rumors
 •  Thousands expected to honor Tisdale
 •  Tennis: Sharapova beaten in Warsaw quarterfinals
 •  Golf: Irish Open winner Shane Lowry turns pro
 •  CFB: Independence Bowl sponsor: AdvoCare International
 •  This date in sports history: 1966 — Derby winner Kauai King wins the Preakness
 •  HECO scales back rate hike request
 •  Unlimited Construction Services wins three first-place awards
 •  Ohana Beach Rentals takes over resort condo operations
 •  Two leading local cancer treatment centers merge
 •  Free showing of ‘Up in Smoke’ at Pipeline Cafe
 •  Jay-Z confirms split with Def Jam
 •  MVT announces 2009-2010 season
 •  Honolulu Theatre for Youth sets new schedule
 •  ‘Terminator’ review: He’s back and serious
 •  ‘Idol’ winner started off forgettable
 •  HIFF accepting entries for fall festival
 •  Disney’s 'High School Musical' coming to Oahu
 •  Odds favor 'Britain’s Got Talent’ star
 •  Kardashian sisters open new Miami Beach store
 •  CW network banking on Kutcher, vampires
 •  HPD needs chief to command in tough times

Local News
 •  Bailout planned for hospitals
 •  3 new swine flu cases reported
 •  Raiding funds too common nowadays
 •  Honolulu looking for new police chief
 •  Hawaii drivers among worst in nation on road rules test
 •  Hawaii injunction blocks use of voting machines until rules set
 •  '09 school leadership award goes to Kaunakakai principal Photo gallery Video
 •  Duckworth in Isles Monday
 •  6,500 flood job fair Photo gallery Video
 •  Heavy cyclone activity unlikely Video
 •  Obama girds for Guantanamo fight
 •  Duckworth sworn in to VA post
 •  Hawaii Air Guard F-15s to depart by Oct. 2010
 •  Isle visitors in Iraq have aloha to spare
 •  Mercado gets life sentence for murder at Sunset Beach
 •  Repairs to begin on 7 roads in community, plus more later
 •  Thunderbirds to fly at base's open house in September
 •  Charity telemarketer settles over state law violations
 •  $6.4M in stimulus money will aid police, courts, safety
 •  Police seek public's help in finding shooting suspect
 •  Iran tests long-range, solid-fuel missile Photo gallery
 •  Tons of Hana junk hauled off
 •  Obituaries
 •  Raiding funds too common nowadays
 •  From Britain, a lesson in legislative leadership

 •  UH hopes for ticket rush
 •  Wolfe will interview for job
 •  'Bows still on lookout for hoops recruits
 •  Record-setting power display boosted Hawaii
 •  UH's Wong takes freshman honors
 •  WAC Baseball tournament - 1. San Jose St. Spartans
 •  WAC Baseball tournament - 2. LA Tech Bulldogs
 •  WAC Baseball tournament - 3. Fresno St. Bulldogs
 •  WAC Baseball tournament - 4. N. Mexico St. Aggies
 •  WAC Baseball tournament - 5. Hawaii Rainbows
 •  WAC Baseball tournament - 6. Nevada Wolf Pack
 •  Pearl City staff will work for free
 •  Ho opened door for amateurs
 •  Turtle Bay to host State Open
 •  Mickelson on leave to be by ailing wife
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Wolff hoping to feast on UFC foe
 •  Vick released from prison
 •  Magic deal Cavaliers first loss of postseason
 •  Lakers hope luck continues
 •  Ortiz breaks through
 •  Pitcher's wife found dead
 •  WWE loses feud with Denver arena
 •  Uribe, Kono help UCLA lead NCAAs
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Hosts have the most on line in tournament

Island Life
 •  Recognizing the risk
 •  Remember, if it sounds too good to be true ...
 •  Health calendar
 •  Kris Allen crowned 'American Idol' Photo gallery
 •  Cantaloupe makes a cool summer soup
 •  Onion soup stirs memories of Paris
 •  Interpretation of a summer pudding
 •  Onion soup stirs memories of Paris
 •  Interpretation of a summer pudding

 •  Hawaii economic outlook lowered
 •  Few are using HMSA's Online Care
 •  Bank stocks pull market down after pessimistic Fed forecast
 •  Farmer leaves 'em smiling Video
 •  Taekwondo school marks opening
 •  Farmer leaves 'em smiling Video

 •  Senior centers need new funding strategy
 •  Environmentalists, Army join forces on preservation
 •  Literacy suffering in high-tech era
 •  From Britain, a lesson in legislative leadership
 •  Islam day