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Articles for February 11, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Higa guilty in H-1 death of Hawaii toddler
 •  Chanco pleads not guilty to robbery
 •  Retired Army chief of staff active in Hawaii affairs, Fred Weyand, dies at 93
 •  Fasi memorial set for 10 a.m. March 3
 •  First Hawaiian Bank robbery suspect sought
 •  ACLU alleges discrimination by Hawaii DLNR against the unmarried
 •  New North-South Road now open on Ewa plain named Kualakai Parkway
 •  Molokai's Saint Sophia Church badly damaged by fire
 •  Isle businessman found guilty in mortgage fraud scheme
 •  High-surf warning in effect for Niihau, Kauai, Oahu and Big Island
 •  Status of Maui County councilman unresolved
 •  95-year-old Hilo woman in guarded condition after house fire
 •  Kailua 'cake master' on Food Network
 •  Downtown streets reopened after bus-truck collision
 •  Man dies after 4-story fall in Kalihi
 •  New director sought for Honolulu Zoo
 •  Lawmakers shelve proposal for sports commission
 •  Lingle nominates Ginoza to appeals court
 •  Man indicted in robbery of Maili woman
 •  Drowning victim off Hilton was Chinese visitor
 •  Attorney Christopher Chun selected to replace Amemiya as HHSAA chief
 •  State high school boys soccer scoreboard
 •  Legendary Mavericks Surf Contest to be held Saturday
 •  NBA: Kobe out of All-Star game with ankle injury
 •  Winter Olympics: Vonn feeling positive after testing her shin
 •  AP Source: NBA pay-cut proposal targets all player types
 •  Auto racing: Johnson, Kahne win Daytona qualifiers; Waltrip gets help
 •  Winter Olympics: Female Russian hockey player cited for doping
 •  NFL: Giants release linebacker Antonio Pierce
 •  Olympics: Vonn tests shin on skis for 1st time since injury
 •  Tennis: Petkovic upsets Rezai to make Paris quarterfinals
 •  NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars release Holt, Thomas, Meier
 •  CBKB: East Texas coach arrested after end-of-game tirade
 •  Olympics: Women's downhill training canceled due to fog
 •  MLB: Glavine rejoins Braves as assistant to Schuerholz
 •  Winter Olympics: Women's downhill training canceled due to fog
 •  Winter Olympics: US skier Stacey Cook crashes in downhill training
 •  Nancy Kerrigan: Family will help brother 'fight' ruling
 •  MLB: Brewers' Hart becomes first this year to go to arbitration
 •  CFB: 3 more Michigan St. players plead guilty to assault
 •  Fred Schaus, former Lakers coach, WVU athletic director, dies
 •  Boxing: Holyfield's wife says boxer hit her several times
 •  Auto racing: Tebow tours Daytona, dodges commercial questions
 •  Olympics: Romney headed to the Winter Games in Vancouver
 •  Soccer: Ashley Cole out for 3 months with broken ankle
 •  NFL: Reports: Rams to be sold to Illinois businessman
 •  Tennis: Top-seeded Zvonareva advances in Pattaya Open
 •  Tennis: Djokovic into quarterfinals of Rotterdam tourney
 •  CFB: Archie's son Adam Griffin an Ohio State recruit
 •  NBA: Bird urges Pacers fans to remain patient
 •  Sailing: Branson looks to sort out bickering billionaires
 •  Winter Olympics: Fog forces men's downhill training to be delayed
 •  Winter Olympics: An overload of channels
 •  Winter Olympics: TV coverage for Friday, Saturday, Sunday
 •  Winter Olympics: 10 athletes to watch at the Vancouver Games
 •  Winter Olympics: Cross-country skiing capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Short-track speedskating capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Speedskating capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Alpine skiing capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Skeleton capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Nordic combined capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Luge capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Ski jumping capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Hockey capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Figure skating capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Curling capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Bobsled capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Biathlon capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Freestyle skiing capsule outlook
 •  Winter Olympics: Snowboarding capsule outlook
 •  On this date: 1990 Mike Tyson loses for the first time when Buster Douglas KOs him
 •  HMAA to acquire Summerlin's Hawaii health care insurance business
 •  Toronto-based Entrenched Inc. opens animation studio here
 •  Kailua 'cake master' on Food Network
 •  Kids' Chinese dough art workshop
 •  CBS finds its new McGarrett for remake
 •  'Circus' opens Saturday at Bishop Museum
 •  'Mei Lanfang' exhibit at UH Manoa
 •  Wahiawa Library screens 'Romeo and Juliet'
 •  Bon Jovi rocked the Blaisdell with the first of two Honolulu shows Photo gallery
 •  Forget this school year, start fixing the next

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Local News
 •  Lingle urged to sign off on rail Photo gallery Video
 •  School furloughs back in court
 •  NOAA reviewing threats to coral
 •  Hawaii tackles unpaid rents
 •  Hawaii senate measure requires at least 190 school days
 •  Shopping cart, tent bills advance
 •  'Lost' ends strong as 'Five-0' tries again
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Ethics Commission chief under review
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Honolulu Zoo director resigns
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  WWII plane to join museum displays
 •  Army hearing set in Iraq shooting death
EDUCATION
 •  Ching biography in libraries soon
BIG ISLAND
 •  Motorcylist killed in crash was Kealakekua resident
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Committee blocks Aiona's sports commission proposal
 •  Ginoza, Browning nominated as judges to fill vacancies
 •  OHA grant allows more kupuna at Lunalilo Home
 •  Man indicted for burglary in attack on 69-year-old woman
 •  Bone marrow donors sought for 8-year-old boy
 •  Swimmer who died Tuesday was a visitor from China
 •  Man accused of molesting children ages 2, 4 years old
OTHER NEWS
 •  At last, some road relief for drivers on 'Ewa Plain Photo gallery
 •  'Pedestrian flags' meant to make crossing Pali safer Photo gallery
OBITUARIES
 •  Waterwoman Keanuenue Rochlen
 •  Driver charged in death of Big Island girl
 •  Fasi memorial starts at 10 a.m.
 •  Anderson services on Saturday in Maryland
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  'Lost' ends strong as 'Five-0' tries again

Sports
 •  UH revenue on the rise
 •  Injury sidelines Lay for season
 •  UH volleyball team working on finishing touch
OLYMPICS
 •  Olympics viewers' guide
UH WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  Sealy leaving to become UCLA coach
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Aggies turn back Rainbow Wahine Photo gallery
UH SOFTBALL
 •  'Bows have grip on new source of power
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kamehameha gains quarterfinals Photo gallery Video
 •  Successor to Amemiya chosen
 •  Moanalua boys overwhelm Leilehua in OIA Red tourney
 •  Funds help pay bus fares in busy month
 •  Punahou's girls, 'Iolani's boys to defend swim titles
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
GOLF
 •  Chan, Oride compete in Mainland tourneys
 •  Hawaii Pearl Open still the gem locally
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  PGA Tour FedEx Cup Leaders
GOLF REPORT
 •  Holes in One
 •  Turtle Bay setting stage for local pros
BOXING
 •  Escalante Jr. out to blaze own trail
BASKETBALL
 •  Kobe-less Lakers topple Jazz, 96-81
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Vonn might miss Games with injury
ISLE FILE
 •  Kaufman considered for national award
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Hawaii 2,500-mile long shot for Pac-10

Island Life
 •  Hype machine
 •  This year, resolve to work for a better environment
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
PEOPLE
 •  Mayer's mouth gets in the way, again
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Repaint and discard to freshen decor
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Fundraiser benefits Special Olympics
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  Food to get in the mood for Valentine's
TASTE
 •  Celebrate Chinese New Year with symbolic dish from TV chef Ming Tsai
RECIPES
 •  Celebrate Chinese New Year with symbolic dish from TV chef Ming Tsai

Business
 •  Isle foreclosure rate 11th-worst in nation
 •  Consider these tips to make tax time easier
 •  Rival automakers aiming to exploit Toyota's woes
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  East Kapolei mall contractor selected
 •  Fed chairman outlines plan to tighten credit
ROBBIE DINGEMAN
 •  Consider these tips to make tax time easier

Opinion
 •  TIM School-Shidler merger makes sense
COMMENTARY
 •  Know-it-all elites rarely get it right
 •  Profit motivation fuels most business
 •  Homeless