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Articles for March 5, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Search resumes Saturday for missing boater
 •  Short-circuit caused fatal Pearl City fire
 •  Rod Tam to continue his run for mayor despite ethics violations
 •  El Nino to blame as drought conditions worsen on Big Island
 •  Non-Hawaii residents to pay $3 to park at Pali Lookout starting today
 •  Impact of special Hawaii election to be explored at legislative hearing
 •  Maui Lani developer wins costs tied to trial
 •  HI-5 redemption centers open in Chinatown, Ewa
 •  Maui officials discuss upcoming plastic bag ban
 •  Bill exempting University of Hawaii from permits vetoed
 •  Lumber falls from helicopter onto Kauai home
 •  Big Island police credit nonfleet vehicles for efficient tsunami response
 •  Protesters gather outside OHA over Army plan on Makua Wahipana
 •  Free seminar planned for Hawaii homeowners
 •  Kahuku wind farm receives $117M federal grant
 •  Hawaii's east shores under high-surf advisory
 •  Big Island man faces charges of terroristic threatening
 •  Hawaii housing units pass federal inspection
 •  Sewage spills in Aiea Heights
 •  Kalaupapa 'ice' suspect granted bail
 •  Senate confirms Ginoza to seat on state appeals court
 •  Hiker in critical condition after falling from Manoa Falls trail
 •  Hawaii County seeks authority to restrict fireworks
 •  Iolani, Kamehameha advance to boys state basketball final
 •  Pahoa, Kailua to play for Division II boys state basketball title Video
 •  Slaats pitches 2-hitter, ‘Bows pound The Citadel for doubleheader split
 •  Volleyball Warriors lose in five to Cal State Northridge
 •  Boys state basketball championships scoreboard
 •  UH falls to The Citadel, 9-5, in first game of baseball doubleheader
 •  Idaho’s 2nd-leading scorer suspended for game against UH
 •  Panthers release Kahuku alum Maake Kemoeatu
 •  Waianae's Bartels second in Roxy Pro women’s surfing contest
 •  NFL: Bears reportedly sign Julius Peppers, Chester Taylor
 •  NBA: Pistons’ Stuckey stable, to remain hospitalized after collapsing during game
 •  NFL: Ravens get WR Boldin in trade with Cardinals
 •  MLB: High cost of McCourts’ divorce: $19 million in fees
 •  NFL: Quarterback David Carr visiting 49ers
 •  NFL: Giants sign Cards S Antrel Rolle for $37 million
 •  NBA: Bobcats hand Lakers 2nd straight loss, 98-83
 •  NBA: Mavericks’ Jason Terry’s facial surgery successful, to return in 10-14 days
 •  CBKB: Cornell is first team to clinch NCAA tourney bid
 •  NFL: LB Karlos Dansby agrees to five-year deal with Dolphins
 •  NFL: Broncos sign 3 players, including Arrington
 •  NFL: AP source: Falcons agree to terms with CB Robinson
 •  NFL: Denver’s Brandon Marshall to visit Seattle
 •  NBA: Cleveland sets Snuggie world record
 •  NFL: Jets expect S Kerry Rhodes back this season
 •  NFL: Steelers QB accused of sexual assault in Georgia
 •  NFL: Dolphins again release Porter, 2 others
 •  NFL: Cribbs gets new 3-year deal from Browns
 •  NFL: Cromartie eager for fresh start with Jets
 •  NFL: Patriots sign LB Banta-Cain
 •  NBA: Bosh sent to hospital with stomach pains
 •  NFL: 'Blindsided' Delhomme emotional over release
 •  NFL: Lions get DT Williams, DE Vanden Bosch
 •  CFB: NCAA denies Beaver QB’s appeal for another year
 •  NFL: Eagles, Weaver agree to 3-year deal
 •  Boxing: Mills Lane honored by boxing writers
 •  NFL: Broncos agree to terms with Hochstein, Lloyd
 •  NBA: Veteran Michael Finley signs with Boston Celtics
 •  MLB: Mets shortstop Reyes to return to New York for tests
 •  Olympics: Putin chides sports officials over Vancouver Games flop
 •  NFL: Colts re-sign middle linebacker Gary Brackett
 •  Iditarod begins amid money woes
 •  NFL: Panthers should have kept Jake Delhomme as an insurance policy
 •  NFL: How teams approach uncapped free agency
 •  Boxing officials clinic to be held Saturday at Kapolei
 •  Hawaii high school bench press contest March 12
 •  Judo clinic Saturday at Hawaii Tokai International College
 •  NBA: Durant an 'impossible matchup' for opponents
 •  On this date: 2004 — Ottawa, Philadelphia combine for NHL-record 419 penalty minutes
 •  NCL cruise bookings are up in Hawaii and elsewhere
 •  Hawaiian Air flies fewer passengers in Feb. versus year ago
 •  'Student Voices' on furlough days displayed
 •  'Art at the Capitol' this evening
 •  Free program: 'Garbology: Waste Audit'
 •  'Dream Home' fundraiser under way
 •  Maui resort hosts 18th annual 'arts' fest
 •  Soul Savior Film Festival seeking entries
 •  MVT lands 'Avenue Q,' 'August: Osage County' for 2010-2011
 •  ‘Hairspray’ highlights DHT’s 2010-2011 season

Local News
 •  Life term sought for 'Ewa teen
 •  State certifies Chaminade's fledgling nursing program
 •  Killer will keep chance at parole
 •  Hawaii fails to get federal Race to the Top education funds
 •  Hawaii budget draft adds $50M to reduce teacher furlough days
 •  Honolulu councilman Tam will pay $13,700 to settle ethics probe
 •  Lingle aide, BOE chair meet, share data
 •  Battle for Iwo Jima still fresh in veteran's mind
 •  Judge OKs Palea's release before trial
 •  Measure to temporarily restrict fireworks passes 6-3
 •  Judge OKs Palea's release before trial
 •  Appeals delay planned April trial in Kaloko case
 •  State senate confirms Ginoza, Browning to judicial posts
 •  All public housing units pass federal inspection
 •  Injured woman airlifted from Mānoa Falls Trail
 •  Roots clog sewage pipe, cause 3,000-gallon spill
 •  One more shaka for Fasi
 •  Drop in value is on paper only, state says
 •  State's $1B investment falls $250M in value
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Kauai tale told by puppets

 •  UH long shot for WAC
 •  The Citadel takes opener
 •  Kahuku to play top-seeded 'Iolani in Division I semis Photo gallery
 •  Wahine seek breakthrough win on road
 •  Shakeup adds punch to lineup
 •  Kahuku to play top-seeded 'Iolani in Division I semis Photo gallery
 •  Punahou will take on Kamehameha in semis Photo gallery
 •  AOP gains semis as top four seeds fall Photo gallery Video
 •  Boys basketball state championships schedule
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Chargers will retain running back Sproles
 •  O'Neal takes charge for Heat
 •  No. 17 Pitt wins at buzzer, 73-71
 •  Two share lead in Honda golf
 •  HPU women clinch region berth
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  More expected from UH in future

Island Life
 •  Guys gussying up
 •  Terry Nokell brings buttons, clothes to Isles
 •  How to motivate folks to go green
 •  CD reviews: Baba Alimoot, Friends of Adam, The Green Band, Lorna Lim
 •  James Cameron's films give women upper hand
 •  'Brooklyn's Finest' lays on the cheese, sleaze
 •  Screening room
 •  Polanski plays the suspense in political thriller
 •  Link between musical, academic skills yet to be understood
 •  Domestic diva planning new TV series Photo gallery
 •  Try Korean video on demand
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Date book

 •  Honolulu man sues Toyota over defects
 •  Home sales on Maui up 56% in February
 •  Saipan families sue Isle firm over hotel sale
 •  Toyota keeps tight lid on crash data
 •  Isles No. 1 in foodborne illness costs
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Obama signs Travel Promotion Act
 •  Increase in U.S. retail sales biggest since November 2007

 •  The cure may be worse than disease
 •  To Race runners: Just stay on track
 •  Legislators: Stand up and be counted
 •  Kennedy evidence display demeaning
 •  Obamacare still breathes
 •  Aviation woes

 •  Guys gussying up
 •  Terry Nokell brings buttons, clothes to Isles
 •  '2 Unmistakable Voices' in town
 •  James Cameron's films give women upper hand
 •  'Brooklyn's Finest' lays on the cheese, sleaze
 •  Screening room
 •  Polanski plays the suspense in political thriller
 •  CD reviews: Baba Alimoot, Friends of Adam, The Green Band, Lorna Lim
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  'Alice' will be a hit, Island filmgoers say
 •  Pipeline concerts draw unexpected guests
 •  Expect 'Avatar,' Bridges, Bullock to win
 •  Get your red hot nostalgia fix right here
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Date book