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Articles for June 4, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Lawmakers visit Keeau Beach Park to assess homeless situation
 •  Ka Iwi shoreline reclassified from urban to conservation
 •  Irked concert goer arrested after cell-phone faceoff
 •  Hawaii officer had census worker arrested for trespassing
 •  Volcano House may be closed till June 2012
 •  Airlift executive files ethics complaint against Sen. Inouye
 •  Waimea boy dies of injuries suffered in fall from golf cart
 •  Big Island police identify man killed in moped-pickup collision
 •  Molokai in need of metals recycler
 •  Red Cross learn-to-swim classes for keiki begin tomorrow
 •  Big Island police say alleged drug dealer recorded transactions
 •  Big Island woman, 88, dies of injuries suffered in May 19 car crash
 •  Woman kidnapped from Ala Moana Center by purse snatchers
 •  Obama eager to welcome leaders to Hawaii during 2011 APEC forum
 •  College of Hawaiian Language in Hilo getting own building
 •  Skinny horses seized on Kauai expected to survive
 •  John Wooden, legendary UCLA coach, dies at 99
 •  Rainbows beat San Diego, face Arizona State in baseball regional
 •  UCLA hands Rainbow Wahine first loss at World Series, 5-2
 •  Reaction to John Woodenís death
 •  Coach Wooden remembered as great man
 •  NCAA Division I Baseball Regionals Glance
 •  NCAA Division I Softball World Series Glance
 •  Maui's Victorino running fourth in NL outfield All-Star voting
 •  College baseball: Arizona State dumps Milwaukee, 6-2
 •  Stanley Cup: Flyers beat Chicago 5-3 in Game 4
 •  E-mail hints at Texas in Big Ten addition talks
 •  MLB: Last-place Orioles fire manager Dave Trembley
 •  Streak's alive! Wittels gets hit in 55th straight
 •  NBA: Danny Ferry resigns as GM of Cleveland Cavaliers
 •  MLB: Ohio man with same name as infamous ump gets calls
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters win 12th major doubles title
 •  Tennis: Soderling returns to French final, beats Berdych
 •  NBA: Donít call Lakers Gasol Ga-soft anymore
 •  Horse racing: First Dude looks to set the Belmont pace
 •  Soccer: England captain Ferdinand injures knee
 •  Golf: Fowler sets Memorial standard; Woods to make cut
 •  Golf: Montgomerie 'sorry' for reported affair
 •  IRS holds open house tomorrow at Honolulu office

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Local News
 •  Isle gun death rate lowest in U.S.
 •  Nānākuli park plan gets key approval
 •  Israel detains activist O'Keefe
 •  Superstitious dad does his part as Wahine win
 •  'Spirit of life' filled icon of Isle sports Photo gallery
 •  List of council hopefuls cut to 6 Photo gallery
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Feds to restore Midway hangar
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Maui bills target reef fish captures
BIG ISLAND
 •  New facility due for UH's Hawaiian language program
 •  Moped rider killed in collision with pickup truck
 •  88-year-old woman killed in 2-car crash on Route 19
MAUI
 •  Residents urged to conserve water use to prevent outage
 •  Maui bills target reef fish captures
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  APEC economic conference dates set for Nov. 12-13, 2011
 •  Woman kidnapped while chasing after purse thieves
 •  Community calendar
OTHER NEWS
 •  Wedemeyer's heroics went far beyond the football field
 •  Historic kū reunited at Bishop Museum Photo gallery Video
 •  Traffic laws now apply to private roads
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  When WaikÔkÔ got buzzed
GETPUBLISHED
 •  Learn 'Folk Art of Chinese Paper Cutting' at Two Public Libraries

Sports
 •  Powerball propels UH
 •  'Bows out to cool off Toreros
 •  MMA runs in this family
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Manumā best in family and state
BASKETBALL
 •  Lakers make statement
BASEBALL
 •  Tigers push forward, 12-6
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Unexpected French final
ISLE FILE
 •  Ching winds up 2nd in NCAA golf
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH to pay price if USC pays penalty

Island Life
 •  Still in fashion
 •  Ammonia-free L'Or al line arrives in Isles
 •  Gores' late split reflects a trend
MOVIES
 •  Bleak, brilliant 'Road' deserves an audience
 •  'Forgetting,' star's life inform 'Greek'
 •  'Splice' gets sliced and diced
 •  Lionsgate tries new marketing strategy for 'Killers'
 •  'Marmaduke' dull, even with talking critters
 •  'Greek' a rock-star comeback for Apatow
 •  Screening room
PEOPLE
 •  Carradine's widow sues over his death
K-DRAMA
 •  Korean film industry scores at Cannes
 •  Date book
 •  Kawehi's hot list
 •  Ongoing calendar

Business
 •  20 'heritage sites' get roadside signs
 •  Relaxing with his massage business
 •  United to test fuel-saving maneuvers
RETAIL
 •  Shoppers show restraint in May
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Maytag recalls 1.7M dishwashers
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hawaiian tops U.S. in on-time flights
 •  Boeing awarded $1.7B contract for FAA system
ROBBIE DINGEMAN
 •  Relaxing with his massage business

Opinion
 •  Real leaders find a way to pay debts
 •  Support, with conditions
COMMENTARY
 •  Action, not anger, needed from Obama
 •  Union contracts must be fair to both sides
 •  Israel, disarmed
 •  Democrats

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Still in fashion
 •  Ammonia-free L'Or al line arrives in Isles
 •  Getting paid to do what we love
 •  TGIF's been an 'in' to island fun from start
MOVIES
 •  Bleak, brilliant 'Road' deserves an audience
 •  'Forgetting,' star's life inform 'Greek'
 •  'Splice' gets sliced and diced
 •  Lionsgate tries new marketing strategy for 'Killers'
 •  'Marmaduke' dull, even with talking critters
 •  'Greek' a rock-star comeback for Apatow
 •  Screening room
DINING
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Encore, please: Places we've loved the best
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
 •  It's been fun, and loud, in entertainment corner
 •  Date book
 •  Kawehi's hot list
 •  Ongoing calendar