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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 9, 2010

Breaking News
 •  State issues citations to protesters in governor's office
 •  Honolulu Advertiser employees lose bid to delay sale of paper
 •  Kaulana Park confirmed as DHHL chairman
 •  American Savings Bank president to leave post
 •  Maui judge disregards plea deal, sentences man who beat wife to five years
 •  Big Island police advise of traffic-pattern changes for Auntie Dottie's funeral
 •  Census campaign urges Kalihi residents to return forms Video
 •  Showers to decrease over weekend, weather service says
 •  Kauai police arrest 13 after raid on Salt Pond pavilion gambling game
 •  Calif. city dedicates plaque honoring surfing princes from Hawaii
 •  Kala mai! Halau list was incomplete; here's the complete one
 •  Kauai solar farm project stalls
 •  Lani Moo costume stolen
 •  Kalihi man arrested on suspicion of gun offenses
 •  State issues brown-water advisory for parts of Kauai
 •  Drought conditions persist for much of state, weather service says
 •  Visitor dies after apparent drowning in Waikiki
 •  2 finalists named for UH regents East Hawaii seat
 •  Video shows surface of lava inside Halemaumau vent cavity
 •  Rainbows' ninth-inning rally falls short in WAC opener, 8-6
 •  UH's Majam breaks home-run record in 15-1 win
 •  Female knuckleballer from Japan joins men’s minor league team
 •  NBA: LeBron may sit rest of regular season
 •  Boxing: Cotto-Foreman to fight at Yankee Stadium in June
 •  NFL: Decision on Roethlisberger case expected Monday
 •  NBA: Ginobili signs 3-year extension with Spurs
 •  Auto racing: Allmendinger earns first career pole
 •  Mixed martial arts: Anderson Silva is eager to take on the best
 •  Auto racing: Hamlin not sure how far knee will go in Cup race
 •  MLB: Rowand’s single in 13th lifts unbeaten Giants over Braves
 •  N. Dakota campus resigned to ’Sioux country’ end
 •  Celebrity boxing promoter accused of fight fix
 •  CBKB: Charlotte hires Ohio State's Major
 •  CBKB: Former Seton Hall coach Gonzalez sues over firing
 •  Soccer: 500,000 World Cup tickets unsold, empty stadiums loom
 •  CBKB: 4 St. Bonaventure basketball players charged
 •  Horse racing: Eclipse Award winner Personal Ensign dead at 26
 •  CBKB: Nevada guard Armon Johnson to enter NBA Draft
 •  Running: 4-time Boston Marathon champ Ndereba pulls out
 •  Kerrigan brother pleads not guilty to manslaughter
 •  CFB: Saban finds plenty to like on Tide offense
 •  Horses: Lukas’ horse on Derby trail with big prep upcoming
 •  Japanese female pitcher joins Golden League team
 •  MLB: Giants aim to continue home advantage
 •  UH baseball: Thunderstix, cushions among offers this week in Fresno State series
 •  UH ticket stubs worth discount at Big City Diner
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 2000 — Fiji native Vijay Singh meets every challenge to win the Masters
 •  Today is Tax Freedom day for Hawaii, but some question validity
 •  HECO, Sacramento utility get $2.97 million grant
 •  Hype 5-0 take third place in MTV dance crew competition
 •  Donate teddy bears for abused children Saturday at Pearlridge
 •  YMCA Healthy Kids Day on April 17 at Bishop Museum

Local News
 •  Crater music fest gets permit
 •  Case, Djou oppose Akaka bill changes
 •  Bid to drop suit in girl's death denied
 •  Hawaii high court: Turtle Bay expansion requires new EIS
 •  Honolulu will move rail route by 300 feet to avoid airport zone
 •  Hawaii hotel occupancy rising and room prices dropping
 •  Ethnicity raised in Isle campaign
 •  School blames lawyer in Hawaiians-first dispute
 •  3 charged in raids on N. Kona fields
 •  Saved hiker lauds Maui firefighters
 •  'Brown-water advisory' issued after heavy rains
 •  Mother hands over shotgun allegedly fired by her son
 •  Dias, Naughton nominated for UH board of regents seat
 •  Male visitor dies after being pulled from Hilton lagoon
 •  Meadow Gold's Lani Moo mascot costume stolen
 •  Drought conditions persist across most major islands
 •  Capitol sit-in won't budge
 •  'There's something in the air' Photo gallery Video
 •  47th Merrie Monarch Festival
 •  Advertiser collects many top honors at Pa'i Awards Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  A lofty mission to fix schools turns ugly

 •  Slaats, UH start WAC play
 •  Arnold works out returning players
 •  Couples' opening 66 leads Masters Photo gallery
 •  Christenson, Chu Co-Players of Year
 •  UHS's deLaura tops ILH DII stars
 •  Hawaii teams split against California
 •  Kalāheo picks Hess as boys hoops coach
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Tiger's tale tops Augusta Photo gallery
 •  For Penn, the future is now
 •  All's Wells for Blue Jays, 3-1
 •  Nuggets stuff Lakers, 98-96
 •  Fujikawa makes cut in North Carolina
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  If you win, they will come, TV or no TV

Island Life
 •  Chef crusaders
 •  Salons style their ambiance as well as hair Video
 •  Ballet-inspired Namba line to take spotlight
 •  Full list of hālau
 •  Drive-By Truckers just enjoying the ride
 •  Redford talks tech, baseball in movies
 •  'Warlords' scales up war, poverty
 •  Love for foreign-language films only goes so far
 •  Indie drama fails to deliver on emotion
 •  Moviemakers bank on audience's desire to escape
 •  Screening room
 •  New twist on supermom Kate Gosselin Photo gallery
 •  Isle fans join K-drama star in aiding needy
 •  Top 10 must-have ingredients
 •  Top 10 must-have ingredients
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing calendar

 •  State: Aloha Tower agency should split
 •  Howard C. Donnelly, 90, former Waikīkī hotelier
 •  Former AIG Hawaii weathered storm
 •  Group urges fish-farming safeguards
 •  Hawaiian Air most punctual in February
 •  Former AIG Hawaii weathered storm

 •  Curfew can break cycle of violence
 •  What just happened?
 •  Japanese fascism never a factor in WWII
 •  City's idea for APEC promotion intriguing
 •  Nuclear posturing, Obama-style
 •  Gays in military

 •  Spring flicks
 •  Salons style their ambiance as well as hair Video
 •  Some familiar faces return in 'Iso Peanut'
 •  Ballet-inspired Namba line to take spotlight
 •  HIFF Springs Forward
 •  Redford talks tech, baseball in movies
 •  'Warlords' scales up war, poverty
 •  Love for foreign-language films only goes so far
 •  Indie drama fails to deliver on emotion
 •  Moviemakers bank on audience's desire to escape
 •  Screening room
 •  Drive-By Truckers just enjoying the ride
 •  Apartment3's menu revamped, improved Video
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  The insiders’ picks
 •  Time for a refresher course on movie etiquette
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing calendar