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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 18, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Student stabbed at Kalani High Video
 •  Kauai teen badly hurt in skateboarding accident
 •  Nighttime road closures around Makapuu postponed this week
 •  Hertz on Kauai cited for underground storage tank violations
 •  Body found at Camp Smith identified as Honolulu man
 •  Suspect arrested in knife-point robbery of Kaheka store
 •  Free screenings for hepatitis B and C offered on World Hepatitis Day
 •  Army says human remains found at Schofield Barracks construction site
 •  HMSA swings to first-quarter profit of $1.52 million
 •  About 43 percent of U.S. House ballots returned in Hawaii election
 •  Kalihi convenience store robbed
 •  Former Chicago State coach joins Arnold's UH hoops staff
 •  Kona man arrested in connection with home break-ins
 •  Kalihi man accused of assaulting police officer
 •  Wie to open Sybase Match Play Championship against Prammanasudh
 •  Kolekole Pass closed Thursday through Saturday for Army training
 •  A&B sells industrial park in Washington for $15.5 million
 •  Argument over parking space leads to gun charge in Manoa
 •  Hawaii County Police Department gets new major
 •  Man pulled from ocean off Waikiki dies
 •  Hawaii governor's ‘robocall’ urges vote for Djou
 •  Aloha Air Cargo names chief operating officer
 •  Soil sampling work from Kapolei to Waipahu planned as part of rail project
 •  Windward residents asked to conserve water Friday and Saturday
 •  UH baseball team falls to Stanford, 5-1
 •  NBA: Wizards get No. 1 pick in draft lottery
 •  NCAA Division I Softball Regionals Glance
 •  UH men's basketball names former Chicago State coach as an assistant
 •  Celtics top Magic, take 2-0 lead in East finals
 •  UH coaches Wade, Arnold are Warrior Beat Show guests
 •  NBA: Frustrations evident, and Magic in an 0-2 hole
 •  NFL: Hamstring sidelines Titans’ top draft pick DE Derrick Morgan
 •  Canadian doc charged with unlawfully treating pros
 •  CFB: Will Notre Dame keep its independence?
 •  NHL: Flyers top Montreal in Game 2
 •  NBA: Cavs pick up option on Leon Powe
 •  NBA: Suns expect to bounce back strong from thrashing
 •  NBA: Bynum’s knee still hurts, but swelling less
 •  NBA: Ex-player Bol ill with skin, kidney problems
 •  NFL: Patriots release veteran CB Shawn Springs
 •  NFL: Cardinals’ Dockett apologizes for shower video
 •  Texas steroid testing survives budget cuts
 •  Auto racing: Dixon tops 226 mph early in Indy 500 practice
 •  Soccer: U.S. players faced with proving themselves
 •  MLB: Marlins' Ramirez says he wasn't giving up on ball
 •  Horse racing: N.Y. Gov: NYRA, Saratoga meet will be saved
 •  Soccer: Game-fixing soccer referee to serve life ban
 •  NBA: Cleveland fans to LeBron: please, PLEASE stay
 •  Auto racing: 87-year-old in ride-along program dies in crash at Texas Motor Speedway
 •  NFL: Texans’ Cushing thanks fans with online message
 •  NFL: Jets get to work on being more than 'paper champs'
 •  NBA: Celtics: Sharing of the glory
 •  MLB: Padres continue to make Giants look woeful
 •  Wie set to open against Prammanasudh in match play
 •  First Hawaiian Bank Foundation gives $25K grant to Special Olympics
 •  Furniture maker, lumber company promote koa reforestation
 •  Mesa Air Group says it may have to layoff 500 workers on Mainland
 •  ABC, Fox, NBC announce fall TV lineups
 •  South Korea’s Wonder Girls coming to Pipeline Cafe for two shows

Local News
 •  Kidnap victim texted mom
 •  UH 'grossly negligent' for failing to produce records
 •  New data cast doubt on news merger
 •  Oahu trash may begin shipping to Mainland within a few days
 •  'Hawaii Five-0' redux receives green light from network
 •  Some Hawaii taxpayers will receive refunds this month Video
 •  Kauai has starring role in film
 •  OHA grant funds ahupua'a project
 •  41% of ballots returned in vote for congressional seat
 •  Rosa new chief operating officer for Aloha Air Cargo
 •  Residents asked to help conserve water for 24 hours
 •  Man rescued from 'Publics' surfing spot has died
 •  Lingle records message urging support for Djou
 •  Expect night road closures during soil sampling for rail
 •  Dispute over parking stall leads to arrest of boy, 17
 •  Community calendar
 •  Waste from biofuel gets yet another use — as soap
 •  Obituaries
 •  Djou's prediction not so far-fetched
 •  Five scholars honored with scholarships

 •  Salter gives UH quick fix
 •  Kia signs one-year contract with Jets
 •  Mission accomplished for Manumā, Campbell
 •  Copycats crop up in other states
 •  Mission accomplished for Manumā, Campbell
 •  Mililani's Miyashiro gets Gatorade award
 •  State Track and Field winners - Boys
 •  State Track and Field winners - Girls
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Softball poll
 •  Volleyball poll
 •  Orlando hoping magic will reappear
 •  Bryant helps Lakers drown Suns in Game 1
 •  Yankees belt pair in 9th for 11-9 win
 •  HPU softball will host Super Regional
 •  Hopeau to receive volleyball award
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH could become brand name

Island Life
 •  Take trauma out of going to dentist
 •  Cover-ups can make a splash out on the town
 •  For 'Lost,' writer, music is emotion
 •  Ohio gives its 'Idol' grand homecoming
 •  Film to focus on childhood in Jakarta Photo gallery
 •  Enjoy home-grown sounds, produce

 •  Losses at Kaiser more than double
 •  Hawaiian presses for 2nd Japan route
 •  2009 Chrysler loan will cost Treasury $1.6 billion
 •  Castle Group returns to profit
 •  Stocks copy euro's rollercoaster activity
 •  Rise in dropouts a concern for federal mortgage aid plan
 •  More Isle residents pay bills on time
 •  China's holdings of U.S. debt up 2%

 •  No more TV? How about fewer meals?
 •  Mandating civility
 •  Even in a crisis, selling state land a bad idea
 •  What this nation needs is a good $6 movie
 •  Democratic split