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Articles for May 31, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Police investigating bottle incident as second-degree attempted murder
 •  Former Kauai Mayor Yukimura's brother rescued at waterfall after six-day ordeal
 •  Maui bids farewell to Police Chief Phillips
 •  Central Union Church begins demolition of fire-damaged historic building
 •  Dedication of new Sunset Beach Recreation Center set for today
 •  Roosevelt alum wins U.S. World Team Trials in wrestling
 •  Kaneohe captures regatta at Haleiwa Beach Park
 •  Nadal's unbeaten streak at French Open ends in fourth round
 •  Florida St. gets offensive, including 15 doubles, in 37-6 win vs. Ohio St.
 •  Softball: NCAA Division I World Series scores, schedule
 •  NCAA Division I Baseball Regionals scores, schedule
 •  NHL: Red Wings take 2-0 lead over Penguins
 •  NBA: LeBron happy in Cleveland despite loss
 •  NBA finals: Magic evaluating Nelson's status
 •  Softball: Washington takes out Georgia 9-3 to reach finals
 •  Baseball: UC Irvine still alive with 14-3 win vs. San Diego State
 •  Baseball: Clark's grand slam gives Texas 14-10 win over Army
 •  Auto racing: Jimmie Johnson wins thriller at Dover
 •  Softball: Florida stuns 'Bama with Gardiner's walk-off slam
 •  Auto racing: Dixon wins at Milwaukee Mile to grab IndyCar points lead
 •  NHL: Hull, Jackson out as co-GMs of Stars, Nieuwendyk in
 •  NBA: Capsule preview of the Lakers-Magic finals
 •  Baseball: Day after longest game, Boston College bows out
 •  MLB: Moyer wins 250th career game in Phillies victory
 •  Decathlon: Schrader, Dobrynska win at Hypo Meeting
 •  Soccer: FIFA decides 12 host cities for 2014 World Cup
 •  Baseball: Texas pitcher was 'unbelievable' in 13 innings of relief
 •  Baseball: Ted Williams memorabilia stolen from NH auction
 •  Earnhardt interim crew chief takes over at Dover
 •  Tennis: Sharapova advances to French Open quarterfinals
 •  NHL Stanley Cup finals: Red Wings' Datsyuk, Draper out for Game 2
 •  Tennis: Gonzalez, Cibulkova reach quarterfinals at French Open
 •  NFL: Dolphins need that No. 1 receiver; could it be Ted Ginn Jr.
 •  NBA: Lakers have pundits circling the bandwagon
 •  NBA: LeBron James canít meet hopes of Cavaliers and their fans
 •  NFL: Jon Jansenís arrival to Lions raises questions; veteran OTís role undetermined
 •  MLB: Despite similar losing record to last year, Giants' Zito pitching steady
 •  MLB: Dispute over broadcast contracts slows Cubs sale
 •  MLB: Indians place All-Star OF Grady Sizemore on DL
 •  Running: Chelimo, Moreira win Sao Paulo marathon
 •  Cycling: Menchov wins Giro d'Italia despite fall
 •  On this date: 1983 ó 76ers complete sweep of Lakers to win NBA title

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Local News
 •  FBI targets bond scam
 •  State gains input on flu vaccine priorities
 •  Drivers, bikers urged to use aloha
 •  Hawaii Superferry files for bankruptcy
 •  Hawaii's Islam Day resolution stirs passions here, on Mainland
 •  Hawaii child abuse prevention program Healthy Start fights to stay alive through recession cuts
 •  'Sediment is the death that keeps on killing' our reefs Video
 •  Ancient tradition may be way to save reefs
 •  Special Olympians' hard work pays off Photo gallery Video
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Arabs hoping Obama brings Middle East peace plan
 •  President derides Sotomayor critics
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Taiwan reasserts determination to defend itself
EDUCATION
 •  Poetry program needs sponsor ó fast
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Expectations great for Obama speech
OTHER NEWS
 •  Campaign workshop for women
 •  Wave power budget faces cut
 •  Myanmar defends trial of Suu Kyi
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  2 arrested in pellet gun shooting spree
 •  Obituaries
WILLIAM COLE
 •  Flower drop to honor D-Day

Sports
 •  Like Magic, no LeBron vs. Kobe
 •  First one always the best
 •  New wave of surfers takes to Kuhio Beach
UH SPORTS
 •  Kaufman jumps to regional victory
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  First one always the best
 •  2008-09 State champions
 •  Isle football prospects bigger, faster, stronger
GOLF
 •  Clark has good shot at Colonial
BASEBALL
 •  Howard goes deep into Phillies' record
TENNIS
 •  A French Open first for Roddick
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Texas tips B.C. in 25 innings
 •  Alabama ousts defending champion ASU
 •  Puck bounces Red Wings' way, 3-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Forecasts call for drought in Manoa

Island Life
 •  Summer of bon dancing set to kick off
 •  Honing skills for home decor
 •  Waipahu vet has tender heart
PARENTING
 •  Teach children behavior control early on
PETS
 •  Adoptables
PEOPLE
 •  Boyle places second, with grace
BOOKS
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Hawaii's best-sellers
ART
 •  Down to a fine art
 •  Art calendar
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Voyaging with Captain Cook
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  From the Hip
'OHANA
 •  Kick back with moms, keiki at weekly outings
 •  Math's no match for virtual bubbles
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  Raising kids is everyone's responsibility
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar
WAYNE HARADA
 •  The Arcadia's big show braces for sellout crowds

Business
 •  Government at the wheel in Detroit
 •  L.A. airport aiming for retail makeover
 •  Career advice for the class of 2009
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Natural Energy Lab ready for fresh start with DAGS
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Young Bros. a gauge of economy, and it's weak Video

Opinion
 •  Public housing: Deplorable conditions demand action Video
 •  Housing Authority should deliver
 •  Protecting ocean reefs requires effort on land
COMMENTARY
 •  Parents vital to students' success
 •  Sotomayor smart, experienced, realistic
 •  New Yorkers at center of their universe
 •  N. Korea motives a mystery
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Police Commission used charter as shield
 •  Student privacy

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Shanghai hurrying to tomorrow
 •  Halema'uma'u trail takes hikers through forest, Kilauea Caldera
 •  Holoholo
 •  Sacramento steeped in 19th century
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Poker playoffs begin at Rio
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Wonders of nature, from Iceland to Yemen