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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 12, 2010

Breaking News
 •  City Council gives early approval to new budget with property tax hike
 •  Hawaii man, 18, indicted on murder charge in cab driver's beating
 •  No foul play suspected in fetus death in Kapolei
 •  City Council seeks rail project financial details
 •  Kailua woman charged with trying to run over police officer
 •  New Hawaii law shuns Obama birth document requests
 •  Police looking for UH good Samaritan
 •  Hawaii mental patient indicted on charges related to Mililani attack
 •  Aiona names campaign team for governor
 •  Four furlough protesters agree to after-hours ban
 •  Honolulu police officer guilty of marijuana, driving charges in Vegas
 •  Hawaii has new graffiti penalty for taggers
 •  Democrats, Djou spar over economy in dueling ads
 •  New Hawaii law prevents seizure of legal guns in an emergency
 •  More than a third of U.S. House ballots returned in Hawaii election
 •  Rainbow Wahine dominate All-WAC softball selections
 •  Battalion of Kaneohe Marines deploying to Afghanistan
 •  Prisoner who escaped at brother's funeral captured in Kihei
 •  Republican Carroll fined $100 for Hawaii campaign law violations
 •  Reynolds opens new redemption center in Kakaako
 •  Former Hawaii TV anchor files papers for U.S. House seat
 •  Bail set at $100,000 for office manager accused of embezzlement
 •  Salt Lake man, 20, says grandfather attacked him
 •  Car break-in suspect caught in Ewa Beach
 •  Hawaii Pacific spring commencement scheduled May 19 at Waikiki Shell
 •  Big Island man accused of stabbing son to death found fit to stand trial
 •  Civilian military police officer dies while training at Marine base in Kaneohe
 •  Big Island police seek man in theft of bank card
 •  Witness sought in attack on female at UH
 •  Fetus recovered at Kapolei park
 •  Hanabusa campaign raised $364,200 in April
 •  Coast Guard directs container ship to rescue sailboat crew
 •  Hickam wing will transfer command
 •  Salt Lake woman a suspect in slashing of 77-year-old man
 •  State high school softball scoreboard
 •  State high school volleyball scoreboard
 •  Rainbow Wahine softball player Jessica Iwata named to Futures National Team
 •  Rainbow Wahine softball takes all top awards on All-WAC team
 •  BYUH, HPU women advance, men lose at NCAA Championships
 •  Horse racing: Super Saver is 5-2 favorite for Preakness
 •  HPU softball team takes pitcher, freshman, coach of year PacWest honors
 •  NHL: Disbelieve it: Canadiens eliminate Pens, 5-2
 •  MLB: Phillies bullpen coach busted using binoculars
 •  NFL: Cushing keeps AP Defensive Rookie award
 •  NBA column: King misplaces crown when Cavs need him most
 •  Police: Star athlete at Texas high school was really 22
 •  NBA: Has LeBron already checked out of Cleveland?
 •  UH baseball: First 1,500 fans Sunday get baseball team photos
 •  CFB: Miami, Shannon agree on new 4-year deal
 •  NFL: Cowboy owner Jones, Saints owner Benson among Hall presenters
 •  MLB: Nationals RHP Marquis expecting elbow surgery
 •  NFL: Cadillac Williams signs tender with Buccaneers
 •  NFL: Cowboys’ Romo expects Free, others to protect him
 •  NBA: Sale of NJ Nets to Russian billionaire complete
 •  NFL: Jets’ Sanchez says knee rehab is on schedule
 •  Tennis: Roddick pulls out of Madrid Masters due to illness
 •  CFB: Purdue reinstates QB Siller after year suspension
 •  Horse racing: Hurricane Ike out of Preakness
 •  Boxing: Congressman Pacquiao hopes to fight Mayweather
 •  NFL: Giants, Jets sign bid to bring Super Bowl to NJ
 •  NFL: Top 10 reasons why this version of the Magic is better than last season’s
 •  NFL: Associated Press’ re-vote unfairly singles out Texans’ Brian Cushing
 •  NBA: If Heat can’t lure LeBron, Johnson could be an option
 •  MLB: Giants’ DeRosa surgically repaired wrist ruptured
 •  Pacquiao to build university in impoverished region
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams upset by Petrova at Madrid Masters
 •  UH ticket stubs worth discount at Big City Diner

Local News
 •  A-Plus fee hike a step closer
 •  $9.2M sewer-line job on Kalaniana'ole picking up
 •  Gas Co., GM partners in new Hawaii hydrogen-fuel project Photo gallery Video
 •  Homeless migration to Hawaii straining social services
 •  Hawaii shooting renews spotlight on illegal uses of replica guns Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii rape, beating suspect is released mental patient
 •  Fake passes plague TheBus Photo gallery
 •  Oahu man guilty in teen sex assault
 •  Fetus dies after woman gives birth in Kapolei Park restroom
 •  Police arrest driver who fled officer in parking lot
 •  Police seek man who helped victim of attempted assault
 •  Hanabusa 2nd-highest in April campaign fundraising
 •  Sit-in defendants may be barred from Lingle's office
 •  Wastewater spill affects Ala Wai, Pālolo Stream
 •  15th Airlift Wing getting a new name, commander
 •  Community calendar
 •  Stench spoiling the view at Waimea
 •  Windward group promotes clean-ocean volunteerism
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lingle could learn from LBJ, Burns
 •  Kawaii Kon 2010 attracts UHWO students
 •  Tuesday Night Salsa 102
 •  Honolulu Brass Quintet will perform, discuss Music at Aiea Library

 •  Sabers' 'A' game leaves Rough Riders smarting Photo gallery
 •  Seabury sets sights on DII title
 •  Nickle raises Occidental from deep end of pool
 •  'Bows share senior moments
 •  Life on the road: Fast food, batting cages, final exams
 •  Balentine is first on WAC track for 'Bows
 •  Sabers' 'A' game leaves Rough Riders smarting Photo gallery
 •  Seabury sets sights on DII title
 •  Murphy's law: Run far and run fast
 •  Waialua rallies past Kohala
 •  Punahou tops Kapolei, 4-0 Photo gallery
 •  Li'ili'i shines as Castle tops Lahainaluna, 6-0
 •  Wai'anae starts strong to deny Kealakehe, 7-2
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Tsukamoto wins singles crown
 •  Celtics romp to 3-2 lead
 •  Reds' Cueto one-hits Pirates, 9-0 baseball
 •  Blackhawks advance
 •  Ching selected for U.S. soccer
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Wahine won't be homing in on record

Island Life
 •  TV chef lobbies for better school lunches
 •  Success still a surprise for '70s film queen
 •  Primed for pork
 •  Old-fashioned burger for summer
 •  Put own spin on porky dishes
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Old-fashioned burger for summer
 •  Replicate unique gourmet pizza at home
 •  Geniuses to win spot on menu, cash
 •  Hungry for that N'awlins cooking

 •  State pension fund making comeback
 •  Cooking up a sweet scenario
 •  'Queen' still serves Island visitors
 •  Boeing workers out on strike in California
 •  Stock market plunge still a mystery
 •  Despite recall costs, Toyota posts $1.2B profit
 •  ML Macadamia posts 1st-quarter loss
 •  N.Y. firm sued for not exposing Madoff
 •  'Queen' still serves Island visitors

 •  Voters, don't let this race get away
 •  Priority must be on troops
 •  Farewell to a gentle Swede
 •  Lena Horne an elegant revolutionary
 •  Don't be surprised if Lingle vetoes HB 444
 •  Lingle could learn from LBJ, Burns
 •  Special election