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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 9, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Search continues for swimmer missing off North Shore
 •  Celebration of life for Cec Heftel on March 28
 •  Power restored to lower Kalihi
 •  Mililani Mauka residents urged to conserve water
 •  ILWU endorses Honolulu mayor
 •  Sewage spill reported in Aiea
 •  Fire destroys Makiki apartment
 •  Suspect sought in Salt Lake bank robbery
 •  Honolulu police suspends online display of DUI suspects
 •  Neurologist sues Tripler Army Medical Center over premature retirement
 •  Colorado judge rejects claim that marijuana use allowed under religion
 •  Hundreds of box jellyfish spotted at Waikiki Beach, Ala Moana
 •  Free eye clinic next week at Kahuku Medical Center
 •  Group in Honolulu offering substance abusers $300 to be sterilized
 •  Medicare terminates contract with Fox; 3,000 enrollees in Hawaii affected
 •  Hawaii under wind advisory, high-surf advisory
 •  Hawaii surfing legends to be honored today at Legislature
 •  Car-theft suspect comes to crashing halt in Mililani
 •  Visitor, 65, helps chase down Waikiki robbery suspect
 •  Man, 21, reports being sexually assaulted in Aiea
 •  Boy, 12, reports being sexually assaulted by Kailua classmates
 •  Class-action lawsuits could cost Toyota $3B-plus
 •  UH study finds as Chile shook, cities rolled to the west a bit
 •  Red-flag warning for leeward sides of Hawaiian Islands until 6 p.m.
 •  Abercrombie wins endorsement of Hawaii electrical workers
 •  Kapolei Court Complex is opening in phases
 •  4.5 quake shakes Big Island, no tsunami generated
 •  Small wastewater spill reported in Kailua
 •  Man who died after arrest identified as Waipahu resident
 •  Aloha Aina recycling events March 13, 20
 •  Hilo man identified in 2-car fatal crash
 •  'Stun-gun' robbery reported at Mililani Town Center
 •  Scott Wong named UH women's volleyball associate coach Video
 •  Report: Gib Arnold to be released from USC assistant job
 •  UH AD Donovan names five-member UH basketball advisory committee
 •  BYUH men to play Seattle Pacific in NCAA II West Regional opener
 •  UH baseball's Kolten Wong is today's Warrior Beat guest
 •  MLB: Former Dodger Willie Davis found dead in his home
 •  NFL: Eagles pick up Vick’s option for 2010
 •  CFB: Notre Dame AD says expansion could force Irish into move
 •  Youth sports: No harm in letting kids hope, dream
 •  Victorino says it'll be an adjustment to batting 7th
 •  NFL: Despite facing 8-game suspension, NT Ferguson re-signed by Dolphins
 •  NFL: Free agent Terrell Owens will meet with Bengals
 •  MLB: Steinbrenner says no extensions for Jeter, Rivera
 •  CFB: Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium on Dec 30
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign free agent RB Thomas Jones
 •  NBA: Suns Frye, Pacers Granger suspended 1 game for altercation
 •  Figure skating: Weir drops out of championships
 •  NBA: Alston stays away from Heat; team moving forward
 •  NFL: Robert De Niro set to play Vince Lombardi in movie
 •  NFL: McCoy, Sooners carry first-round clout
 •  CFB: Stanford hires Hamilton as receivers coach
 •  Skiing: Vonn on verge of 3rd overall World Cup title
 •  NFL: Browns release QB Derek Anderson
 •  NFL: Giants sign QB Jim Sorgi to back up Eli Manning
 •  MLB: Strasburg makes long-awaited spring debut for Nats
 •  CBKB: Michigan St. G Allen suspended for Big Ten opener
 •  MLB: San Francisco 2B Freddy Sanchez eager to return
 •  Tennis: Clijsters juggling motherhood, tennis in return
 •  Winter Olympics: Skater’s gaffe highlights politics of China sports
 •  MLB: Muhammad Ali visits Giants clubhouse
 •  Auto racing: Carl Edwards gets 3 weeks’ probation from NASCAR
 •  NFL: Steelers reach deals with Clark, Randle El
 •  MLB: Twins closer Nathan has ligament tear in elbow
 •  Skiing: Bode Miller decides to skip World Cup finals
 •  MLB: Giants’ Cain wily before his time
 •  NFL: Seahawks deal QB Wallace to Browns
 •  On this date: 2001 — High school sophomore Ty Tryon, 16, makes cut in PGA event
 •  Chevron restructuring expected to have little impact on Hawaii operations
 •  Verizon Wireless opens new 'concept' store in Kapolei
 •  Hawaii's labor union membership edges down in 2009
 •  Hawaiian Airlines accelerates expansion plans with additional plane
 •  Shop a Le‘a returns to Ala Moana Center March 22-28
 •  E! and French TV in Honolulu to film Duane “Dog” Chapman
 •  'Health Justice Initiative' town hall at UH
 •  Aquarium offers kids’ flashlight tour
 •  UH students, faculty present 'Dancing Green'
 •  'Opera Rocks!' hits Hawaii Theatre

Local News
 •  House OKs $10 billion budget
 •  Maui resident facing federal marijuana charges flees area
 •  Merrifield served Oahu's poor
 •  Hawaii’s public worker furloughs hike costs as services deteriorate
 •  Stalled bills to restrict Hawaii shark tours could still resurface
 •  Victim identified as sailor at Pearl
 •  Big Island jolted by 4.5 quake
 •  Fishers can now file catch reports online
 •  Schools to host Aloha 'Aina Earth Day recycling drives
 •  Hilo retailers say police presence needs beefing up
 •  Youth Day Camp is for kids who have lost a loved one
 •  Hilo man, 28, was motorist killed in head-on collision
 •  Loss from suspicious house fire estimated at $10 million
 •  Maui nonprofit awarded $75K
 •  Death of man who died after his arrest being investigated
 •  Robbery victim says 2 men wielded electric stun gun
 •  Marine Corps color guard will perform free tomorrow
 •  Community calendar
 •  Ward Centre fire quickly doused
 •  OHA funds exhibit on Pearl Harbor
 •  Obituaries
 •  Luka still inspiring young gymnasts

 •  Bottom line dooms Nash Video
 •  'Bows set for 'third season' Video
 •  ‘Heart and soul’ lifts Pähoa to school first
 •  Contenders lining up to replace UH’s Nash Video
 •  Winning 'more important than ever before'
 •  Slaats earns WAC honor, start in USC opener
 •  ‘Heart and soul’ lifts Pähoa to school first
 •  PIAA needs funds to stay afloat
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Boys basketball poll
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  HPU, BYUH reach basketball regionals
 •  Mavs top 'Wolves for 12th win in row
 •  Pro aspirations kept alive in Maui baseball
 •  No. 7 USC rolls past No. 5 UH in 4 sets
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Successor must plan for major overhaul

Island Life
 •  Teacher on deep-sea adventure Video
 •  Kids get to control 'Alice' characters
 •  Teen grew up in a university dorm
 •  Big night for Oscar on television Photo gallery
 •  Easter Bunny proliferates at malls

 •  Hoku gets second part of $50M loan
 •  Bank of Hawaii now offers online coupons
 •  Toyota disputes critic blaming electronics
 •  Home sales up on 2 islands
 •  Upbeat news fails to impress investors
 •  AIG sells Alico unit to MetLife for $15.5B
 •  Go! Mokulele capacity up, fliers down
 •  Northrop Grumman won't compete for refueling tankers

 •  Bag the idea of a ban or nickel fee
 •  A slum whose better days may lie ahead
 •  Health care proposals that will work
 •  There is more that connects than divides us
 •  Rod Tam