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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 13, 2010

Breaking News
 •  State fines city $424,000 for Waimanalo Gulch permit violation
 •  Person killed in Punaluu traffic accident
 •  Djou calls Hawaii special election race 'pretty much over'
 •  Pali Lanes to reopen Saturday
 •  Hawaii PUC approves HECO deal with Kahuku wind farm
 •  Hawaii paying cash rebate to those who buy efficient cars, refrigerators
 •  Families line up early for Hawaii camping permits
 •  List of Hawaii public high school graduation dates
 •  Pre-trial Hawaii inmate found hanging in jail cell
 •  Kamaaina Kids takes over Heeia State Park tomorrow
 •  Young Hawaii musicians raising funds to help symphony
 •  More than 38% of ballots returned in Hawaii special election
 •  400 construction workers sought as Kapiolani condo project ramps up
 •  Boy, 15, reports being assaulted at Wahiawa park
 •  Kauai blaze at freight service warehouse extinguished
 •  Kailua woman charged with trying to run over police officer
 •  Maili man accused of fathering stepdaughter’s child
 •  Man, 34, reports being robbed in Waikiki
 •  Rubbish truck brings down pole
 •  StarKist lays off 600 to 800 in American Samoa
 •  Police accused of violating rights of Guam TV station
 •  Big Island surfers rally for public access to popular site
 •  Kalalau Trail restoration slowed by number of hikers
 •  State flags to fly at half-staff Saturday to honor law enforcement officers
 •  Average price for gallon of regular gasoline in Isles rises to $3.58
 •  Maui council votes to ban use of cell phones while driving
 •  Big Island police ask help in finding man sought in assault
 •  Aiona names campaign team for governor
 •  City Council seeks rail project financial details
 •  Fetus found in Kapolei bathroom was stillborn
 •  Honolulu police officer guilty of marijuana, driving charges in Vegas
 •  Hawaii man, 18, indicted on murder charge in cab driver's beating
 •  Republican Carroll fined $100 for Hawaii campaign law violations
 •  Former Hawaii TV anchor files papers for U.S. House seat
 •  Rainbow Wahine win WAC tourney opener, tie NCAA home run record
 •  Rainbow Wahine WAC softball game on KFVE tomorrow
 •  State high school volleyball scoreboard
 •  State high school softball scoreboard
 •  HPU loses first game at NCAA II West baseball tournament
 •  NBA: Celtics advance, eliminate LeBron, Cavs in 6 games
 •  UH freshman Balentine fourth in WAC heptathlon
 •  Mililani's Miyashiro named Gatorade girls soccer player of the year
 •  BYUH, HPU women reach NCAA tennis semis
 •  Brian Ching returns to action for Houston Dynamo
 •  MLB: Royals fire manager Trey Hillman; Yost takes over
 •  NFL: Texans LB Cushing denies drug use
 •  Iowa's 'Field of Dreams' site for sale for $5.4M
 •  NFL appealing StarCaps case to US Supreme Court
 •  Softballs allowed in this Supreme Court debate
 •  NFL: Jets DE Ellis denied extension, unsure of future
 •  Tennis: Federer, Nadal through to Madrid quarters
 •  Swimming: Phelps heads into homestretch for final Olympics
 •  MLB: Latos pitches 1-hitter as first-place Padres sweep Giants
 •  CFB: Boise State to play Ole Miss in 2011
 •  Australian teen nears end of round-the-world sail
 •  Pa. police: Ex-coach tried to fix youth basketball
 •  Sprinter Marion Jones seeks to make amends in WNBA
 •  MLB: Selig defends baseball's record on minority hiring
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams to move up, making sisters 1-2
 •  Auto racing: Vickers hospitalized with medical condition
 •  NFL: Movie studio head guilty in case involving Saints
 •  Soccer: Davies slams Sochaux officials over World Cup
 •  NHL: Hockey mayhem in Montreal brings 41 arrests
 •  NFL: Saints lawsuit going to arbitration
 •  Horse racing: Caracortado sets sights on the Preakness
 •  UH baseball: First 1,500 fans Sunday get baseball team photos
 •  Soccer: Fulham’s Zamora likely to have surgery next week
 •  Soccer: Busacca goes to World Cup as top ref
 •  UH ticket stubs worth discount at Big City Diner
 •  Author to offer tips for living green

Local News
 •  Wet season was a dry one
 •  'Birther' measure signed into law
 •  Union gives $100,000 to fight Djou, Case
 •  Hawaii foreclosures rise in April even as recession eases
 •  Windward Oahu highways now monitored with 18 new cameras
 •  Honolulu City Council moves ahead on property tax hike
 •  Planning begins for justice center
 •  Sex attack suspect indicted
 •  Aiona announces campaign team
 •  Sub, ship ride waves again
 •  Grant will keep space center open
 •  Hilo man fit for murder trial
 •  1,000 Marines are deploying to Afghanistan tomorrow
 •  18-year-old formally charged in fatal beating of cab driver
 •  Council resolution calls for updated look at rail finances
 •  Driver faces reduced charges
 •  Former KGMB9 anchor to vie for U.S. Congress seat
 •  Furlough protesters limited to sit-ins during work hours
 •  Honolulu police officer convicted, must pay $580
 •  Medical examiner: Fetus in park bathroom was stillborn
 •  Spending commission fines GOP candidate Carroll $100
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Kaneohe woman named Miss Rodeo Hawaii
 •  Pacific Whale Foundation scientists head to international meeting
 •  Pearl Harbor Shipyard executes double undocking
 •  American Bully dog show part of expo
 •  Hawaii Self Storage delivers new books to Kapolei school
 •  10 Reasons to love Hawaii Book & Music Festival
 •  Punahou School places 5th at National Ocean Sciences Bowl

 •  Strong aversion to UH fee
 •  Campbell edges MPI in nine innings, 6-3 Photo gallery
 •  'Bows hope to make stand against Aggies
 •  Parking passes may go to auction
 •  Parking passes may go to auction
 •  Hostility, pride at Wac banquet
 •  Hawaii tops WAC honors
 •  Burger helps 'Bows reach their peak
 •  Campbell edges MPI in nine innings, 6-3 Photo gallery
 •  Mililani top Wai'anae, 12-5 Photo gallery
 •  Waiākea, Pearl City roll into quarterfinal round Photo gallery
 •  Waialua gains DII semifinals
 •  Lunas gain consolation final
 •  Ioane helps Punahou shut down Baldwin, 6-0
 •  Lii'ili'i pitches in to help Castle top Waiākea, 2-1
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Late start just minor hurdle for Hawaii Prep's Nakoa
 •  Games on TV
 •  Kamehameha, 'Iolani sweep through foes
 •  6th-grader Corpuz paired with Neumann in qualifier
 •  Coming down the finishing holes
 •  Jennie K. event rich in history
 •  Pro Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Gardiner chasing elusive 10th win
 •  Phillies deny stealing signs against Rockies
 •  Super Saver an early 5-2 favorite for Preakness
 •  Surprising Canadiens advance to East finals
 •  HPU's Musquiz PacWest's best
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Taking the keys away
 •  Get healthy, quit smoking and exercise, gals
 •  Health calendar
 •  Hayek goes Gucci at Cannes opening
 •  Junk food industry capitalizes on 'hyper-eating'
 •  Pooch promenade fundraiser on June 6
 •  Two fruits and a veggie for summer

 •  Tax credit changes cloud solar sector
 •  These days, Congress hears it all
 •  Walgreens won't sell gene test kits
 •  Trade deficit hits 15-month high
 •  Senate votes to tighten rules for loan industry
 •  Wal-Mart doubling donations
 •  Whole Foods' income up in 2nd quarter
 •  HTC Corp. sues Apple over iPhone

 •  We have to worry about faux guns, too?
 •  So what, we're all guilty of race profiling
 •  Ty Tang: Friend, cook, cabbie and optimist
 •  Nuclear weapons