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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 27, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Hawaii tsunami warning canceled; no damage seen in Islands
 •  Tsunami waves could reach 6 feet
 •  Civil Defense says first waves to hit at 11:04
 •  Acting mayor urges people to stay off 911
 •  1 dead in motorcycle crash; part of H-1 westbound closed
 •  Stores seeing influx in customers looking for last-minute supplies
 •  Hawaii's state coastal parks to reopen
 •  On Maui, a miles-long line of cars heads for high ground
 •  Search suspended for missing Maui woman
 •  8.8-magnitude earthquake devastates Chile
 •  Work to conclude Saturday on Kalihi hillside where boulders fell
 •  McCully fire leaves 18 without home
 •  Kauai man who sold crystal meth gets 5 years
 •  Maui warned of wastewater spills in some areas
 •  Hanauma Bay remains closed, all other public beaches reopened
 •  Hilo airport re-opened; road to Kahului open
 •  Closures and cancellations
 •  Hilo has been tsunami magnet
 •  Pali Lookout provides view, peace of mind
 •  Maui County asks people to avoid flushing
 •  Hawaii County officials close inundation area roads
 •  Lingle issues emergency proclamation Video
 •  Tesoro issues advisory on gasoline purchases
 •  Wave watchers gathering near Wailua River State Park
 •  Evacuation buses on duty on Waianae Coast
 •  In Waikiki, warnings to visitors on beach
 •  Kauai’s automated alert system kicks in
 •  North Shore preparing for tsunami
 •  Use 911 for emergencies only, police say
 •  Motorists jam gas stations in Nanakuli
 •  Neighbor Island travelers worried, prepared
 •  Mood calm in Pacific Tsunami Warning Center as siren warning issued
 •  Lone boater takes preparations at Heeia
 •  Readers weigh in on the tsunami warning
 •  The emergency supplies you'll need
 •  Residents along shorelines told to evacuate in advance of waves
 •  Civil defense urges preparation
 •  Man thwarts theft at Laie beach
 •  Status of sporting events
 •  Rainbow Warriors upset Nevada, end nine-game losing streak
 •  Rainbows, Oregon set to play baseball doubleheader tomorrow
 •  UH volleyball match rescheduled for Monday
 •  State wrestling championships postponed until tomorrow
 •  Winter Olympics spoiler alert: men's four-man bobsled run
 •  Winter Olympics spoiler alert: Bode Miller in Alpine slalom
 •  Winter Olympics spoiler alert: country medals, gold medals races
 •  NFL: Bills decline to offer contract to Terrell Owens
 •  Winter Olympics spoiler alert: Speedskating team pursuit finals
 •  Winter Olympics spoiler alert: Snowboarding
 •  Winter Olympics spoiler alert: women's 30K cross-country skiing
 •  Winter Olympics: Blind skier crushed that he won't race for Canada
 •  Winter Olympics: Quake spares family, friends of Chilean athletes
 •  CBKB: Ben Hansbrough leads Irish past No. 11 Georgetown
 •  CBKB: UConn women win No. 68, stop No. 13 Georgetown 84-62
 •  CBKB: No. 19 Tennessee upsets No. 2 Kentucky 74-65
 •  NBA: Stern expects Jordan to be approved as owner
 •  NFL: Peppers may not be able to earn more than Panthers’ offer
 •  MLB: Giants’ closer role is in good hands once again
 •  MLB: A leaner Dodgers’ James Loney sets strong tone
 •  NFL: Tebow’s new team honing his technique
 •  Olympics: Spokesman: Blind skier won’t race for Canada
 •  Winter Olympics: Here's the dope: No drug scandals yet in Vancouver
 •  UH men's basketball: Cash prizes offered
 •  This week's top auto races: NASCAR makes Las Vegas stop
 •  On this date: 2006 — Effa Manley is the first woman elected to the baseball Hall of Fame
 •  NFL calendar: Draft April 22-24
 •  NHL calendar: Olympic break through Feb. 28
 •  Low-lying hotels across the state evacuate guests

Local News
 •  Resolution on rail issues near
 •  Rove sees 'ugly year' ahead for Dems
 •  UPW, Isles close to terms
 •  Honolulu newspaper merger would mean name change, layoffs
 •  Hawaii tourism's signs of recovery reach Neighbor Islands
 •  Proposed Hawaii fireworks ban fizzling out in Legislature
 •  HPD walks Chinatown to stress pedestrian safety Video
 •  Acquisition plans began in 2009 after big losses
 •  It's not first time Gannett gave up fight
 •  Hum along to State of the City
 •  Search for Maui woman suspended
 •  General's 'generosity of spirit' saluted Photo gallery Video
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors rally past BYU in five Photo gallery
 •  UH beats No. 25 Oregon Photo gallery
 •  Lavernhe captures Pipeline Pro
 •  U.S. hockey routs Finland Photo gallery
 •  2010 Winter Olympics results
 •  Olympic TV schedule
 •  Germany's Riesch skis to another win
 •  Ohno captures 8th career medal
 •  Dutch woman sloshes to gold
 •  United States set to surpass medal record
 •  Olympic daily schedule
 •  Norway veteran coasts to gold
 •  'Bows hoping to rise from cellar
 •  Punahou boys, Kahuku girls lead Photo gallery
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Wilson, Villegas share Phoenix lead
 •  Pacquiao looking for knockout
 •  Tebow armed with new throwing motion
 •  No Kidd-ing: Mavs rally past Hawks
 •  No. 6 Duke women win ACC regular-season title
 •  Atlanta rookie doing damage
 •  Kurt Busch claims pole with record run
 •  Hawaii softball wins, loses
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Kapālama celebrates with family fun, food
 •  'Ohana fair extends Maile’s Dream
 •  'Chorus Line' sparkles with talent, freshness
 •  East, west mesh in ‘Appalachia Hawaii’
 •  Last chance to see 'Iolani School’s ‘Kiss Me, Kate’
 •  Yeaton, Werner showcase different guitar styles
 •  Free kids’ play at state library today
 •  Lots of laughs on tap for Oscars night Photo gallery
 •  Legacy trees are protected by law
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Parish translating into Hmong
 •  Tiger looks to Buddhism
 •  A belief in life's infinite potential
 •  'Spiritual messenger' offers workshop at UH
 •  Canadian women's carousing stirs debate

 •  HECO not seeking photovoltaics halt
 •  California selling state buildings
 •  Many consider bid for Big Isle hotel
 •  Home sales in U.S. West up 3% from last year
 •  Finance Factors complies with FDIC
 •  Stocks react to mixed reports with gain
 •  Bill would reduce business tax increase
 •  Struggling Fannie Mae seeks $15B more from government
 •  Officials defend bank lending rules
 •  AIG records $8.87B loss in fourth quarter

 •  Gun rights