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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 26, 2010

Breaking News
 •  HSTA: Hawaii teachers can't legally work the 3 furlough days for free
 •  Lingle vetoes Hawaii contractor residency bill
 •  Schofield soldier pleads not guilty to murder in Iraq
 •  Hawaii’s Census return rate of 65% one of the lowest in the nation
 •  Driver killed in fiery H-1 crash
 •  High-surf advisory in effect for all south-facing shores
 •  Puunene air show this Saturday on Maui
 •  Air Guardsman sentenced for trying to arrange sex with minor
 •  Waianae mountains watershed group formed
 •  Homeland security exercise in Hawaii planned for Tuesday
 •  Hawaii man charged in second cold-case murder in Southern California
 •  Kona man arrested in Saturday night stabbing at beach park
 •  Hawaii Volcanoes rangers recognized with national honor
 •  Missing Puna teen sought
 •  City’s Department of Customer Services moves offices
 •  U.S. Air Force base on Guam runs phishing scam
 •  Hawaii governor in California to appear on panel
 •  Homeless good Samaritan left to die on New York City street
 •  Lockdown urged on vending machines after theft attempt
 •  Hiker fleeing bee swarm injured on Olomana trail
 •  Lingle orders flags at half-staff for soldier
 •  UH men's basketball team gets commitment from high-scoring point guard
 •  Ex-Warrior Kia gets tryout with 49ers
 •  UH's Slaats is WAC Pitcher of the Week
 •  NFL: Jags open spot for Alualu, release 2-time Pro Bowler DT Henderson
 •  UH's Ricketts named WAC pitcher of the week
 •  NBA: Magic beat Bobcats 99-90 to complete sweep
 •  MLB: Boy hit in head by broken bat at Milwaukee's Miller Park
 •  MLB: Howard agrees to $125 million extension with Phils
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger: Won’t appeal suspension
 •  NFL: AP source: Jets sign 10, including Donovan Warren
 •  MMA: Ex-UFC champ Ortiz arrested in Calif.
 •  NFL: Packers release injured OLB Thompson, will retire
 •  NFL: Ricky Williams uncertain about NFL after 2010
 •  NBA: Former Warriors owner Mieuli dead at 89
 •  NBA: Hawks’ team bus in accident, no injuries reported
 •  CFB: 4 Wolfpack players face drug charges
 •  NBA: Thunder exploiting fast break against Lakers
 •  NBA: Hawks’ team bus in accident, no injuries reported
 •  CBKB: Iowa St’s McDermott to take Creighton job
 •  NFL: Bucs release DT Chris Hovan, 5 others
 •  Soccer: Beckham says recovery is 2 months behind schedule
 •  NFL: Draft viewership sets record
 •  College hockey: Boston College players involved in crash, alcohol involved
 •  NBA: Are Nuggets unraveling as they teeter on brink?
 •  NBA: Mavs C Dampier fined $35,000 for criticizing refs
 •  MLB: Obama welcomes champion Yankees to White House
 •  NFL: Titans agree with Oregon RB Blount
 •  CBKB: Altman announced as new Oregon coach
 •  NFL: Patriots release linebacker Adalius Thomas
 •  Tennis: Federer gets rare doubles win at Rome Masters
 •  Boxer Pacquiao runs for office in Philippines
 •  Auto racing: Johnson takes blame for Gordon wreck at Talladega
 •  NFL: Ex-Houston QB Pastorini charged with DWI
 •  Boxing: Former heavyweight champion John Ruiz retires
 •  NHL: Devils coach Jacques Lemaire retires
 •  Horse racing: Rule is ruled out of Kentucky Derby
 •  Bobsled: Coaches resign from U.S. team
 •  CBKB: Altman new Oregon basketball coach
 •  NBA: Bryant, Lakers may not have the legs left to stand tall
 •  NBA: Lakers search for what’s missing
 •  MLB: Giants celebrate Earth Day with wasteful effort at the plate
 •  Horses: Derby favorite Eskendereya out with swollen leg
 •  Oahu-to-Kauai swim cut short by wall of Portuguese Man-o-War
 •  HPR presents pianist Heejin Kang in recital May 15
 •  Bishop Museum, two others partner for historic exhibition

Local News
 •  Pedestrian injured; police officer charged with DUI
 •  Appeals court rules out evidence
 •  Legislature passes seal protection bill
 •  Hawaii governor asks teachers to return
 •  2 Hawaii children hurt in crash; alcohol, speeding suspected
 •  Obama’s sister glad to be back in Hawaii after long visit to D.C.
 •  Two public hearings set on proposed water rate hikes
 •  Fog leads to 3 car crashes on Big Island
 •  Lockdown urged on vending machines after theft attempt
 •  Flags to fly half-staff on death of army reservist
 •  Hiker fleeing bee swarm injured on Olomana trail
 •  Library showcasing student artworks through May 17
 •  Community calendar
 •  Pearl City man charged in 2nd 1987 California murder
 •  Ka'ū in the thick of vog Photo gallery
 •  Haze not well studied
 •  Stiffer air quality standards sought
 •  Kauai budget plan scrutinized
 •  Office seekers get busy, online
 •  Recycle a shoe, help save the environment Video
 •  Obituaries

 •  'Bows courting forward, guard
 •  LaTech rolls to 14-6 win over UH
 •  Cavs secure 3-1 lead over Bulls
 •  Bohn weathers Zurich
 •  Bartels, Ho, Moore 5th in Australia surf
 •  Spurs bump Mavs to brink
 •  Jazz survive Nuggets' late surge, 117-106
 •  Wade has hand in Heat victory
 •  Rays' Price stops Blue Jays, 6-0
 •  U.S. earns Fed Cup final against Italy
 •  Coyotes force Game 7
 •  Harvick edges McMurray at line
 •  Derby favorite out with bad leg
 •  UH earns share of tennis title
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Greening of the Guard
 •  Cat Cora hopes to ease Haiti's plight
 •  Bush memoir set for Nov. 9 release
 •  Learn about 'Yellowstone of the Sea'
 •  For the environment
 •  The precise art of Japanese drinks
 •  The precise art of Japanese drinks

 •  2nd-mortgage modifications gaining traction
 •  Workers emerge from survival mode, sniff opportunity
 •  Koa Ridge debate nearing conclusion
 •  China moves up in World Bank ranks
 •  Coming Events

 •  A timid rewrite of campaign spending law
 •  Gill nets must be banned forever
 •  ACORN brought poor into domestic politics
 •  Two reminders that change is not inevitable
 •  Fireworks bill