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Articles for February 12, 2010

Breaking News
 •  45 cats removed from Mililani apartment
 •  Big Island girl run over by SUV
 •  Ewa Beach teen admitted to stealing from slain woman, mother says
 •  Hamamoto named principal at Saint Louis School
 •  Body found in burned car was that of missing Big Island man
 •  Burial council rejects treatment plan for Haena home built over iwi
 •  Body of Big Island surfer recovered
 •  Man dies in 3-car crash on Kauai
 •  Pearl City man charged in sex-assault case
 •  Honolulu police investigating injuries to baby girl
 •  Hawaii state flag to fly at half-staff for Suwa
 •  Parole board sets 125-year minimum for former Isle woman
 •  Maui’s stinging little fire ants becoming less prevalent
 •  Manslaughter verdict returned in Big Island shooting
 •  Big Island police seek man in connection with Kona robbery
 •  ACLU alleges discrimination by Hawaii DLNR against the unmarried
 •  First Hawaiian Bank robbery suspect sought
 •  State high school boys soccer scoreboard
 •  Olympic luger dies after training crash
 •  Struggling college men's basketball teams look overseas to fill tall order
 •  Mavericks Surf Contest to be held tomorrow
 •  Despite flame-lighting snafu, opening ceremonies impress
 •  WAC women's volleyball tournament back in Vegas in 2010
 •  NBA: Evans leads rookies to rare win over sophomores
 •  Winter Olympics: NBC requires registration for online video
 •  Winter Olympics: Thousands protest before, during start of Games
 •  Despite luge death, Winter Olympics opening ceremony goes on
 •  Shock, grief for an already troubled Winter Games
 •  Union: NBA tears up proposal after heated meeting
 •  Winter Olympics: Luge death, bad weather dim opening ceremony mood
 •  NFL's Goodell given new contract until March 2015
 •  CBKB: WAC reprimands Idaho basketball coach
 •  Olympic torch relay changed to avoid protest in Vancouver
 •  Giants, Lincecum reach $23 million, 2-year deal
 •  MLB: Frank Thomas announces retirement
 •  Winter Olympics: TV coverage for Friday, Saturday, Sunday
 •  MLB: Hart beats Brewers in salary arbitration
 •  NFL: Dolphins' release of Porter invalidated
 •  MLB: Guthrie agrees to $3 million, 1-year contract with Orioles
 •  Tennis: Davydenko advances to semis in Rotterdam
 •  Swimmer Ian Thorpe had financial problems after retiring
 •  Winter Olympics: Men's, women's downhill training canceled
 •  Horse racing: Rachel Alexandra to run March 13 at Fair Grounds
 •  Basketball: Hall of Fame finalists: Malone, Pippen, Dream Team
 •  Tennis: Safarova, Pennetta advance to Paris semifinals
 •  CBKB: Notre Dame's Luke Harangody hurts right knee
 •  Sailing: USA flies to opening win in America's Cup
 •  NBA: Shaq’s television show picked up for second season
 •  Winter Olympics: Bode Miller returns to downhill Saturday
 •  Winter Olympics: Beneath Whistler’s majestic peaks, the party is on
 •  Winter Olympics: An overload of channels
 •  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: 2005 — 76ers' Allen Iverson scores a career-high 60 points
 •  Toyota Tacoma 4WD recall affects only 73 trucks sold in Hawaii
 •  More Hawaii residents have favorable opinion of tourism than two years ago
 •  Hawaiian Airlines has best on-time record for sixth straight year
 •  Hype 5-0 advances in MTV's 'ABDC'
 •  Kokua Fest fans take on beach cleanups
 •  'Year of the Tiger' astrology, feng shui talk
 •  Free lunar new year celebrations
 •  Lyon offers palm-weaving class
 •  'Cupid’s Night Out' fundraiser tonight
 •  Legalized gambling: a desperate, losing wager for Hawaii

Local News
 •  Vigilance against flu still urged
 •  State tax collections down 5.4%
 •  Councilman seeks limits on campaign yard signs
 •  Frederick Weyand, American patriot, dies at 93
 •  HMAA to acquire health insurer Summerlin’s Hawaii business
 •  Hawaii-based Marines gearing up for major assault in Afghanistan
 •  8th-grader gets 'irritable' to win Central District title
 •  Big Isle school to seek charter status
 •  Hawaii man found guilty of killing toddler Photo gallery Video
 •  Slain tot's mother accused in robbery
 •  Court says residency rules bind Maui councilmembers
 •  Police seek assistance finding First Hawaiian Bank robber
 •  Businessman convicted of defrauding homeowners
 •  ACLU says DLNR biased against unmarried couples
 •  North-South Road now known as Kualakai Parkway
 •  Court says residency rules bind Maui councilmembers
 •  Valentine's Day dance to be held at park's visitor center
 •  Golf tournament to benefit girl needing cancer care
 •  'Topside' loses Catholic church to fire
 •  Obituaries
 •  Some creativity amid the furloughs

 •  Farrington wins OIA title Photo gallery
 •  UH interested in Pac-10
 •  Kealakehe tops Kapolei, 2-0 Photo gallery
 •  Buzz or no buzz, these are top 10 storylines in the upcoming games
 •  A look at the U.S. hopefuls in events
 •  Olympics viewers' guide
 •  Playing the beach works for Warriors
 •  Mayen would love to win one for mom
 •  Rainbows fall, 2-1
 •  Farrington wins OIA title Photo gallery
 •  Kealakehe tops Kapolei, 2-0 Photo gallery
 •  Kaimukī forces rematch with Kahuku Photo gallery
 •  Walker lifts Seabury Hall in overtime, 1-0
 •  No. 2 'Iolani tips No. 1 Punahou
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Chun new executive director
 •  Cavs win 13th in row
 •  22,000 entered in annual run, walk
 •  Kemoeatu brothers to hold clinics, events
 •  First stand-up paddle event up for grabs
 •  McLachlin 4 back at Pebble Beach
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Up to Chun to keep it growing

Island Life
 •  The pencil skirt
 •  Valentine's trunk show features tea and jazz
 •  Oscars could learn from Super Bowl
 •  Screening room
 •  'Valentine's' all flowery, with little heart
 •  Despite eerie look, 'Wolfman' lacks suspense
 •  Move over, Harry Potter, 'cause here comes Percy
 •  Inspiring story of long ago Maui comes to life on stage
 •  Jackson in 'We Are the World' remake Photo gallery
 •  Vampire author Rice goes digital with video book
 •  'Divine Hero' filming in Isles
 •  The hot list
 •  Usher in Year of the Tiger
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events

 •  Animation firm sets up shop
 •  Barnwell profit soared in late '09
 •  State's bonds sale exceeds expectations by $188 million
 •  Stores, high rises in Kam Drive-In plan
 •  Firm buys U.S. rights to 'Princess Kaiulani'
 •  Group legal plan faces penalty
 •  Cyanotech reports $605,000 profit
 •  First-time jobless claims fall more than expected

 •  Forget this school year, start fixing the next
 •  Oahu needs rail — for jobs, for family and for economy
 •  Tea Party Queen, sure. But president?
 •  Closing the New Frontier
 •  Tax refund

 •  The pencil skirt
 •  Valentine's trunk show features tea and jazz
 •  Beach Boys still going with good vibrations
 •  The renaissance man of rhythm & blues
 •  Screening room
 •  'Valentine's' all flowery, with little heart
 •  Despite eerie look, 'Wolfman' lacks suspense
 •  Move over, Harry Potter, 'cause here comes Percy
 •  So classically chocolate
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Opera brings in classic character
 •  Isles get star treatment on Weather Channel
 •  Iz phenom catching fire worldwide
 •  The hot list
 •  Usher in Year of the Tiger
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events