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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 11, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Lingle tells Save Our Schools to focus on teachersí union
 •  96-year-old driver dies in four-vehicle collision on Maui
 •  Missing swimmer found dead on Big Island
 •  Red Cross helping Big Island family who lost home in fire
 •  HFD helps injured hiker near Maunawili Falls
 •  Rally against school furloughs planned for this afternoon at State Capitol
 •  Coast Guard drills planned Monday and Wednesday on Oahu
 •  Waipahu woman arrested in gunfire fracas
 •  Man dies of an apparent drowning at Makapuu
 •  Eight foster youth runaways located this week, state says
 •  Service scheduled for 'Auntie Dottie' Thompson
 •  Restoration of Lahaina's Pioneer Mill to kick off this month
 •  Lack of funds could force closure of Big Island charter school
 •  Rainbows' Capaul shuts out Fresno State, 4-0
 •  MLB: Bonds says he's 'proud' of friend Mark McGwire
 •  OIA West track championship results
 •  More than 20,000 watch as Texas Stadium dynamited
 •  MLB: Arizona scores team-record 13 runs in fourth in victory
 •  MLB: Replay gives Nationals first-inning grand slam
 •  NBA: Magic make James-less Cavs disappear, 98-92
 •  NBA: Blazers hold off Lakers, improve playoff position
 •  NBA: Wade, Heat beat Knicks to tie for fifth place
 •  NBA: Bulls beat Raptors to take over 8th spot in East
 •  CBKB: New Mexico State player arrested in battery case
 •  Tennis: Chela beats Querrey in Clay Court Championships
 •  NHL: Penguins' Crosby scores 50th and 51st goals
 •  MLB: Former Giants outfielder Benard admits steroid use
 •  Auto racing: Castroneves wins Indy Grand Prix
 •  MLB: Halladay throws complete game, Phillies beat Astros
 •  Nationals prospect Strasburg wins minor league debut
 •  NBA: Nuggets sign coach Karl's son, Coby
 •  MLB: Diamondbacks place C Montero on disabled list
 •  Tennis: Andreev, Seppi into Monte Carlo Masters 2nd round
 •  NBA: LeBron rests again as Cavaliers await playoffs
 •  NFL: Quarterback Sam Bradford says he can adapt to a pro system
 •  NFL: Dolphins have options with 12th overall pick
 •  NFL: McNabb trade to Redskins, Jerry Jonesí quiet off-season astonishing
 •  Basketball: Barnes has 27 in US junior teamís 101-97 win

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Local News
 •  High-tech tax credits under fire
 •  Furlough protest moves outside Lingle's residence Photo gallery Video
 •  5 Jefferson Award recipients driven to help
 •  Hawaii state job cuts reach 817, 1% of total
 •  40% of Hawaii absent in census with mail deadline just days away
 •  High-tech transmitters giving up secret lives of Hawaiian seals
 •  Thompson service Saturday in Hilo
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Troops pushed to brink
 •  Subs want smoke-free sailors
 •  Exploring Obama's nuclear doctrine
OTHER NEWS
 •  Hula smiles on Hilo Photo gallery
 •  Bard would be cool with 'MacB'
 •  Big Isle charter school lacks funds to stay open
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Maui Jim gives $100,000 to support disabled, elderly
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Sit-in at Lingle's office like 'Survivor'

Sports
 •  Newman ends skid in Sprint Cup
 •  Penn has no answer for Edgar
 •  Augusta set for Sunday shootout
UH BASEBALL
 •  UH gets no-hit as FSU sweeps doubleheader Photo gallery
UH FOOTBALL
 •  QB Moniz on indefinite leave
 •  UH defense sky-high on Kauai
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kailua sticks it to host Roosevelt, 16-5 Photo gallery
 •  Souza's grand slam powers 'Iolani, 7-1
 •  Hall of Honor entry forms available online
 •  Prep notices
GOLF
 •  Curses! Tiger bitten by three-putts
BASKETBALL
 •  Nuggets lose cool, Anthony, game against Spurs, 104-85
BASEBALL
 •  Maui stocked with homegrown talent
 •  Yankees ace baffles Rays
TENNIS
 •  Querrey, Chela in U.S. Clay final
ISLE FILE
 •  UH hits 12 homers in softball sweep
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Time to for-Gib and even forget

Island Life
 •  Can it do that?
 •  'Ha' half-price
 •  'At the end of that bridge in Selma'
PARENTING
 •  Send us your mom's best words of wisdom
TELEVISION
 •  When animals attack, someone's ready to put it on TV
PEOPLE
 •  'Designing Women' star dead at 70
BOOKS
 •  Hawaii best-sellers
 •  Lit Beat
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Planning key for new vegetable gardeners
 •  Crusader exposing impact of consumerism
ART
 •  Quiltmakers on a mission Photo gallery Video
 •  Art Scene
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  When animals 'talk,' Haneo gets the message
 •  Repping a whitish shade of pale
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  'Hercules' wastes no time showing off his strength
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts
WAYNE HARADA
 •  The Bard and a 'Lost' star converge at Hawaii Theatre

Business
 •  Fliers battle for carry-on space
 •  Tax refunds on ice Video
 •  Kualoa Ranch focuses on tradition, culture Photo gallery Video
TECHNOLOGY
 •  We need some tech staying power
ROBBIE DINGEMAN
 •  Kualoa Ranch focuses on tradition, culture Photo gallery Video

Opinion
 •  For once, a race too competitive to sit out
COMMENTARY
 •  Why you should vote for me: Ed Case
 •  Why you should vote for me: Charles Djou
 •  Why you should vote for me: Colleen Hanabusa
 •  Obama's nuclear policy hit the mark
 •  Supreme Court may shift further right
 •  Rolling up the sleeves and sayin' alleluia
 •  Jerusalem holy site chaotic
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  David Shapiro's remarkable influence
 •  Funding cut

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  When animals attack, someone's ready to put it on TV
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Playing train operator on the Empire builder Photo gallery
 •  Polynesian navigation techniques on display at Exploratorium
 •  Michelle Obama sightsees D.C. area
 •  Arrive early to avoid lost-luggage hassles
 •  Page debuts today
 •  Hawaii's ninth island offers everything we need
 •  Holoholo
 •  Ticket discounter finds luck in good times, bad
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  New hotel to open in December