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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 28, 2009

Breaking News
 •  2 students injured in pedestrian accident on Queen Emma
 •  Lions Club to hold annual Father's Day Pancake Breakfast fundraiser
 •  Council on Revenues forecasts $185M loss for Hawaii in fiscal year 2009
 •  Big Island teen stumbles on 'caliche' to take 12th in national spelling bee
 •  USS Stennis arrives at Pearl Harbor
 •  Shriners celebrates new medical wing Video
 •  Hawaii-raised Ronald Takaki, pioneer and legend in ethnic studies, dies at age 70
 •  Altres celebrating anniversary with car giveaway
 •  Guam executive pleads no contest to theft
 •  Waianae club loses dirt-bike trailer to thieves
 •  OHA presents $3M check for housing
 •  Hawaii residents can give state input on priorities for pandemic vaccine
 •  2 new swine-flu cases bring Hawaii total to 73
 •  Domestic abuse suspect sought on Big Island
 •  Kona man sought in ’08 assault case
 •  Feds charge Hawaii broker with fraud
 •  Hawaii surf: 1-3 feet expected on south, west shores
 •  Hawaii weather: Warm and sticky again today
 •  $4 million released for Ke'ehi harbor improvements
 •  Kauai's Poipu beach is eroding 1 foot per year
 •  2 sailors on Pearl Harbor ship arrested in Portsmouth assault
 •  Dana Takahara-Dias is new UH women's basketball coach Photo gallery Video
 •  Rainbow Wahine soccer team announces schedule
 •  MLB: Cubs Zambrano suspended for 6 games for tirade
 •  CBKB: NCAA's violations could wipe out Memphis' 2007-08 season
 •  James scores 37 as Cavs win Game 5
 •  MMA: Rampage, Evans to coach in 'The Ultimate Fighter'
 •  China’s 7-foot-9 Sun shining in Japanese basketball league
 •  CBKB: Kentucky sues ex-coach Gillispie
 •  Tennis: Federer, Venus Williams rally for wins at French Open
 •  Poker: First tournament at World Series opens in Las Vegas
 •  NBA: Mark Cuban sues SEC over insider trading documents
 •  CSB: Michigan drops Alabama 6-1 at women's College World Series
 •  NFL: Broncos TE Scheffler on board with role in offense
 •  NFL: Chargers sack proposal for $1 billion stadium
 •  NBA: To Oklahoma's Blake Griffin, No. 1 pick is no given
 •  CSB: Sun Devils use hot start to beat Mizzou 7-3
 •  CSB: Washington tops Georgia in Women's World Series opener
 •  Hockey: Overmatched? Pens say they’re ready for Red Wings
 •  Soccer: Donovan and Hamm join US bid committee
 •  MLB: 4 ejected in Boston’s 3-1 win over Minnesota
 •  Olympics: USOC’s net assets more than triple in 2008
 •  Television: ESPN cuts about 100 jobs, expects to create others
 •  NFL: Brady stretches and throws in Patriots practice
 •  Obituary: Former Detroit Lions great Terry Barr dies at 73
 •  Colleges: Michigan, Ohio State stop printing sports guides
 •  MLB: Tom Hicks willing to sell control of Rangers
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams, Jankovic advance at French Open
 •  NBA: Shannon Brown is Lakers’ igniter
 •  Olympic kayaker faces jail term over drug charges
 •  NBA: He’s got their back
 •  NBA: Odom carries Lakers on his aching back
 •  MLB: Randy Johnson wins No. 299, will go for 300th win on the road
 •  Golf: Jerry West to direct Northern Trust Open
 •  Auto racing: Eury Jr. out as crew chief for slumping Earnhardt
 •  Soccer: Some World Cup games already sold out with year to go
 •  Olympics: Women's baseball panel pushes for 2016 bid
 •  NFL: Ex-Jaguar pleads not guilty to drug charges
 •  This date in sports history: 2006 — Barry Bonds passes Babe Ruth with 715th home run
 •  Esaki resigns from KIUC board of directors
 •  Kapalua Farms received organic certification
 •  Aloha Air Cargo to fly Love's Bakery products to Neighbor Islands
 •  Tesla Motors recalling electric Roadster
 •  James Campbell CEO retiring next year
 •  Palm’s new smart phone synchronizes with iTunes
 •  Owner of Hawaiian Telcom sees shrinking return on investments
 •  OHA awards $3 million for Native Hawaiian housing program
 •  YWCA to honor Hawaii women leaders
 •  'Voyagers' gets a theatrical premiere on the Big Island Saturday
 •  Tube Notes: 'The Office,' 'The Oprah Effect'
 •  Hip hop convention starts tomorrow
 •  Watch kid surfers at this weekend's Grom Contest
 •  Faux Steve Perry concert still a concern
 •  Synth pop duo MGMT is scheduled to perform July 16 at Pipeline
 •  Economic Stimulus: New forecast calls for courageous leadership

Local News
 •  Swine flu cases climb to 71
 •  Killer's wife a reluctant witness Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii teen moves on to spelling bee semifinals
 •  Army helicopter crash at Hawaii base kills 2 Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii offers tax amnesty — but only if you pay up in next 30 days
 •  Hawaii's tourist decline eases to 1.3% in April, but they spent less Photo gallery Video
 •  Willard tapped to head U.S. Pacific Command
 •  Dad targets drunken drivers
 •  Higa mental fitness hearing postponed
 •  Aircraft undergoing upgrades
 •  Airfield played role in several historic events
 •  UH lab at Coconut Island receives $1 million donation
 •  Former Sen. John Carroll to challenge Aiona in GOP
 •  3 indicted in prostitution case involving 16-year-old
 •  Mayor's task force on natatorium meets today
 •  Attempted murder suspect indicted, held on $10M bail
 •  Alleged killer of intern pleads not guilty Photo gallery
 •  Obituaries
 •  Voices that toppled trustees

 •  Ching is leading NCAA golf
 •  Lakers come up big in defeating Nuggets
 •  Sharapova pulls upset
 •  Chun ready to graduate to pros
 •  Money leaders
 •  LPGA tour stats
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Bills' McGee injures arm
 •  Technical foul on Howard rescinded
 •  Zambrano goes wild as Cubs top Pirates, 5-2
 •  'Vote for Manny' Web site a hit
 •  O's rally past Blue Jays in 11th
 •  Power shift at World Series
 •  Red Wings win in OT, gain Stanley Cup finals
 •  Amaral, Manago honored
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  She built a strong track record

Island Life
 •  Taking the office outside Video
 •  Treat your skin to broccoli, fish
 •  Health calendar
 •  'I ain't a monster,' Chris Brown tells fans Photo gallery
 •  Learn best use for different oils
 •  Yoga isn't just for human pretzels
 •  Sweet corn a healthful summer treat

 •  Hawaii again has priciest gas in U.S.
 •  Isle home values may be better off
 •  Kauai man cheated investors, SEC says
 •  A&B boosts stake in resort
 •  General Motors closes in on bankruptcy
 •  Markets retreat amid concerns sparked by rising bond yields
 •  Energy group hails Obama move

 •  A wake-up call for neighborhood boards
 •  'Islam Day' should foster understanding
 •  Iran looking to break Israel's will
 •  Voices that toppled trustees
 •  UH-Manoa