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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 11, 2010

Breaking News
 •  State revenue forecast still sees 2.5% decline
 •  Search for missing surfer called off
 •  House approves county rule over fireworks
 •  Feds raid Hawaii cannabis ministry
 •  Fire destroys Palolo Valley home, causes $600,000 in damage
 •  High-surf advisory for Hawaii's east shores
 •  Lane closure scheduled on Queen Street Friday
 •  Maui County spends nearly $114,000 responding to tsunami threat
 •  Police investigating evidence in Maui house fire that may signal hate crime
 •  Autopsy finds Hilo driver died of natural causes, not from crash
 •  Health Department administering free H1N1 vaccines
 •  New street lights in Hawaii Kai tested tonight
 •  Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment performs in Hawaii Video
 •  Session planned on Hawaii's media challenges
 •  $39M Kauai highway widening project launches
 •  Village Park man arrested in threatening case
 •  American Samoa plane catches fire on ground
 •  Ala Moana Boulevard lanes near Atkinson shut for water-main work
 •  Grant targets obesity on the Big Island
 •  Lingle releases $250K for Maui arts center
 •  Cancer expert visits University of Hawaii
 •  Job fair at Marine base open to public
 •  Coast Guard cutter Walnut returns after missions
 •  Woods likely to return at Masters, sources say
 •  Rainbow Wahine WAC photo gallery
 •  Pro Football Hall of Famer Merlin Olsen dies at 69
 •  CBKB: No. 1 KU tops Texas Tech 80-68 to reach 2,000 wins
 •  NFL: Rams dig deep on Suh’s pro day in Lincoln
 •  NFL: Tomlinson leaves Vikings, headed to Jets
 •  High school bench press contest Friday; weigh-ins today
 •  CBKB: UCLA defeats Arizona 75-69 in Pac-10 tourney
 •  CBKB: Wright leads No. 22 Georgetown past top-seeded, No. 3 Syracuse
 •  CBKB: Marquette hangs on to beat No. 10 Villanova 80-76
 •  CBKB: No. 8 New Mexico survives scare from Air Force
 •  CBKB: Houston upsets Memphis 66-65 on last-second shot
 •  NFL: Man convicted in slaying of Broncos cornerback
 •  NFL: QB Moore signs 1-year tender with Panthers
 •  NBA: Heat F Dorell Wright charged with DUI
 •  Cycling: Polish brothers accused of doping in cyclo-cross
 •  Olympics: Polish skier tests positive for EPO
 •  Skiing: Vonn crashes, will still ski for overall title
 •  MLB: Rockies, Helton agree to 2-year extension
 •  MLB: Mets shortstop Reyes told to rest until thyroid normalizes
 •  Skiing: Guay of Canada wins super-G World Cup title
 •  MLB: Nats cut Guardado, Estes; reassign 6 to minors
 •  Polish skier tests positive for EPO at Olympics
 •  Seavey wins $3,000 in gold at Iditarod half
 •  NFL: Tomlinson says he would welcome third-down back role with Vikings
 •  MLB: Twins may have to consider trading Joe Mauer
 •  NFL: Browns to meet with Jake Delhomme
 •  NFL: Mason to return to Ravens; agrees on 2-year deal
 •  On this date: 1991 — Steffi Graf's streak of 186 weeks ranked as No. 1 ends
 •  Lingle signs Hawaii unemployment tax-relief measure to help businesses
 •  Sopogy Inc., Chaminade host furlough Friday workshop
 •  International Trade Forum set for March 31 at Pier 2
 •  Pacific Office Properties to handle leasing for Bishop Street Commercial
 •  Oahu crew dancing in MTV competition
 •  Children’s 'Spring Reading' starts Monday
 •  Maui Folksong Circle offers Irish singalong

Local News
 •  Girl Scouts recall lemon cookies
 •  State sues Lifelock, alleging deception
 •  Sharks impede search for body
 •  1 in 6 in Hawaii lacking full-time work
 •  More Hawaii speeding cases likely to be thrown out on appeal
 •  Budget cuts may be amplifying recession in Hawaii
 •  Lingle rejects poll favoring rail EIS
 •  Big Isle politicians skip meeting
 •  Hanabusa formally enters U.S. House special election Video
 •  28-year-old man injured in crash died of natural causes
 •  Hawaiian Electric repair crew replaces damaged pole
 •  Job fair at Marine base to be open to civilians Friday
 •  Ron Boyer to be acting chief of state DCCA, Lingle says
 •  World Kidney Day draws attention to risks of disease
 •  Isles' jobless rate stays near 30-year high
 •  Earmark ban targets for-profit companies
 •  2 birds, 45 plants, 1 insect on Kauai make endangered list
 •  Pearl Harbor goes with a flow Photo gallery Video
 •  Latest box jellyfish influx waning
 •  Obituaries

 •  Fresno routs UH, 83-55 Video
 •  Bar is set for Rainbow high jumper Kaufman
 •  Hawaii hoping to sustain its All-America lineage
 •  Defense having a field day after a rocky start
 •  Sharing the game with Tokai U Video
 •  Kailua walks on wild side to romp past Castle, 16-3 Photo gallery
 •  Delay in shifting OIA teams
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Diverse field tees off at Pearl
 •  PGA Tour FedEx Cup Leaders
 •  Holes in One
 •  State Amateur first for Chan to defend
 •  Top assistants' pay on the rise
 •  No. 22 Georgetown gets defensive
 •  Mavs rally to 13th win in row
 •  Garciaparra signs, retires with Red Sox
 •  Injured Kemoeatu signs with Redskins
 •  UH softball team sweeps past Troy
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH should call on Gaels' assistant

Island Life
 •  Getting a kick start in life Video
 •  2 types of doctors differ in training
 •  Money may trump women for some men
 •  Health calendar
 •  Move aside Elle, D.C. now has Michelle
 •  Forum to address health care reform
 •  Know which foods are rich in nutrients?

 •  TV news merger yields $252K for K5 operators
 •  Hawaii Kai farmer expanding direct sales
 •  Hawaii numbers better, dip below 1K
 •  Federal Reserve may yet rule over nonbank finance empire
 •  Hawaii Kai farmer expanding direct sales

 •  Council censure needed in Tam theft case
 •  Social service plan will hurt neediest
 •  Obama comes to grips with reality
 •  Rail system