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 •  Lingle: Workers' health fund at risk of going broke
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 •  Hawaii officials to meet with JAL executives
 •  2 face felony charges in marijuana-cultivation case at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
 •  Details emerge in trial for Maui man accused of selling military technology
 •  Hawaii partners with NASA on space exploration Video
 •  Doctor shortage? 28 states, including Hawaii, may expand nursesí role
 •  Pahoa man gets 20 years for killing man in fight over beer
 •  Big Island property value drops by $3 billion
 •  Mission Houses Museum earns re-accreditation
 •  High-surf advisory for Hawaii shores
 •  Senate panel to consider University of Hawaii regent nominees
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 •  Alaska Air to launch nonstop Portland-to-Honolulu flight in September
 •  Maui man sentenced to prison for pickup truck assault
 •  Kolekole Pass closed Thursday and Friday for Army training
 •  UH panel to discuss physician-assisted dying
 •  Tax collections down 1.6 percent
 •  State parks camping and cabin permitting now available online
 •  Pianist Jon Nakamatsu holding benefit concert in Hawaii
 •  Hawaiian Telcom plans night road closures on Big Island
 •  National park to give Hawaii fire department $15,600
 •  Iwata named National Player of the Week; UH falls out of Top 25 poll
 •  NFL draft: Advertiser's mock draft
 •  NFL: WR Marshall signs tender with Broncos, which could lead to trade
 •  Baseball: Japanese female knuckleballer emulates Wakefield
 •  NFL draft: Chicago Tribune: Rating the guards
 •  NBA: Blazers and Roy can only hope star guard can play
 •  CFB: Wyoming football coach gets contract extension
 •  NFL draft: Dallas Morning News: Sizing up the quarterbacks
 •  CFB: NCAA investigators visit West Virginia
 •  NFL: Seahawks DE Kerney retires
 •  NFL: Baas signs 1-year deal with 49ers
 •  MLB: Blue Jays give $10M, 4-year deal to Cuban prospect
 •  CBKB: NCAA makes changes in basketball recruiting
 •  NFL: Ravens end contract of DB Samari Rolle
 •  CBKB: Young to leave New Mexico State, Patton dismissed from team
 •  NBA: New Jersey Nets end 29-year run at Meadowlands
 •  NFL: Pa. sponsor drops Roethlisberger from beef jerky
 •  Preps: South Dakota ADs vote against changes
 •  NFL: Thomas, Ayodele returning to Saints
 •  NFL: Backup QB Clemens signs RFA tender with Jets
 •  NBA: Lakers, Knicks, Timberwolves to play in Europe
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams gets wild card for Italian Open
 •  CBKB: Clemson hires Brad Brownell as basketball coach
 •  MLB: World Series flag raised at new Yankee Stadium
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger could face punishment from NFL
 •  NFL draft: Dallas Morning News: Previewing the defensive line
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 •  NFL draft: Dallas Morning News: Sizing up the safeties
 •  NFL draft: Chicago Tribune: Rating the quarterbacks
 •  NFL draft: Chicago Tribune: Rating the wide receivers
 •  NFL draft: Chicago Tribune: Running backs make for a poor draft crop in 2010
 •  MLB: Huff puffs around bases as Zito, Giants roll
 •  Lingle urges legislative action on EUTF finances
 •  Honolulu-based Tetris Online reports 1 million users of Web site
 •  IRS reminder: Taxpayers can file for more time
 •  Marriott promotes Ito to regional director of operations
 •  Uses of traditional Hawaiian objects topic of Bishop Museum talk
 •  Malama o Manoa gives away free trees on Sunday
 •  Hungry Ear offers Record Store Day deals on Saturday
 •  Free entry to all national parks for National Park Week
 •  HIFF adds partnership with EuroCinema Hawaii