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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 2, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Hawaii’s all-mail congressional election set for May 22
 •  Lingle staff, BOE to meet Thursday on furloughs
 •  Tree roots cause Wahiawa sewage spill
 •  Alaska visitor who died at Hanalei beach identified
 •  1 dead in Pearl City house fire Video
 •  Lingle wants Hawaii auditor's office investigated after 'shoddy' draft audit
 •  Surveillance video image of Makiki bank robber released
 •  City spends $330,000 responding to potential threat of Hawaii tsunami
 •  Hawaii House passes U.S. flag bill
 •  March scheduled Wednesday for 5-year-old girl allegedly killed by uncle
 •  Some to see hike in property tax rates under Honolulu mayor's new budget
 •  Median sale price for Oahu home rises for second month in row
 •  Dismissal of students' suit challenging Kamehameha Schools policy upheld
 •  Red-flag warning extended for Isles
 •  Labor Department says 1,600 in Hawaii in danger of losing jobless benefits
 •  Kapiolani Boulevard lane to be closed today for HECO work
 •  Kauai man arrested in connection with Haena crash
 •  Proposed Big Island budget cuts spending 3%
 •  2011 Pro Bowl scheduled for January 30 at Aloha Stadium
 •  Nimitz lanes to shut for water-main leak detection
 •  Robbery suspect arrested in Waikiki
 •  Liliha man accused of bashing roommate with table leg
 •  Broken rear window leads to arrest of 3 women in Kaneohe
 •  Alaska visitor dies at Hanalei Beach
 •  Hauula man arrested as sex assault suspect
 •  Lanai curbside trash collection to resume Thursday
 •  Oahu farmers invited to apply for grants
 •  Actor gets deferred plea in tax evasion case
 •  Minnesota woman dies in Maui bicycle accident
 •  2011 Pro Bowl scheduled for January 30 at Aloha Stadium
 •  HPU-BYUH men's hoops showdown to be played Monday
 •  Winter Olympics: Kim leads jubilant SKorean team home from Olympics
 •  NBA: Report: James files paperwork for number change
 •  NFL: Dividing line drawn: Transition into uncapped year kicks off season of labor uncertainty
 •  NFL: There’s no cap on questions
 •  NFL Combine: Tebow impresses at combine amid debate on his future
 •  NFL: As Bradford’s stock rises, Rams could face complicated decision on top pick
 •  CBKB: Robinson agrees to 2-year extension at Oregon St.
 •  MLB: Hochevar agrees to $1.76 million deal with Royals
 •  NFL Combine: USC’s Mays shows his skills at scouting combine
 •  MLB: Bumgarner trying to lock up No. 5 spot in rotation
 •  MLB: Play Ball! Mets beat Braves in first spring game
 •  NBA: Instead of wins, Nets offer fans windfall returns
 •  MLB: Riggleman: Minors might be Strasburg’s challenge
 •  NBA: Iverson will not return to 76ers
 •  Iowa jury convicts man in football coach killing
 •  Winter Olympics draw second-largest audience
 •  Ochocinco among new ’Dancing With the Stars’ cast
 •  NFL: Jaguars re-sign WR Williamson
 •  CFB: Texas coach Brown’s mother dies
 •  NFL: Niners tender contracts to Brooks, Baas
 •  On this date: 1962 — Wilt Chamberlain scores an NBA-record 100 points
 •  Honolulu Festival expected to pump $10M into local economy
 •  Grand opening set tomorrow for Ramada Plaza Waikiki
 •  Walmart Foundation seeks grant applications from Hawaii nonprofits
 •  DLS is renovating Halawa warehouse to make way for new headquarters
 •  MVT extends 'Hair' through March 28
 •  The only industry that keeps on growing

Local News
 •  Sirens malfunction yet again
 •  Abercrombie files papers, calls for furlough action Photo gallery Video
 •  Army museum to laud valor of 2 Hawaii soldiers
 •  Hawaii bank hold-ups surge Photo gallery
 •  HMSA seeks 7.8% hike in small-business rate
 •  Hawaii Hansen’s disease patient facing crystal meth charges
 •  HPU's president planning to retire
 •  Windy weather isn't going away Video
 •  HMSA, Kaiser absorbed late hits
 •  HMSA executives earning less
 •  'Bricks for Teachers' project will wrap up this month
 •  Minnesota woman, 64, dies of injuries from bike crash
 •  Alaska visitor dies after Hanalei Beach rescue
 •  Refuse pickup resumes this week on adjusted schedule
 •  Man, 22, arrested on charge of sexual assault on girl
 •  Comedian's deferred plea OK'd in tax evasion case
 •  $50,000 available in grants for agriculture businesses
 •  U.S. shark attacks fell sharply in '09
 •  Obama visit costly to aviation firms Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  Officers educate as well as enforce

 •  Warriors sweep BYU in volleyball
 •  Pale helping to keep Roosevelt in running
 •  Basketball races still up in the air
 •  U.S.-Canada hockey game nets huge ratings
 •  UH women to play Arizona on March 18
 •  UH pitcher, swimmer honored
 •  Pale helping to keep Roosevelt in running
 •  Warriors get state berth
 •  Games on TV
 •  Boys basketball poll
 •  Prep surfing
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Jets to cut loose rushing leader
 •  Cavaliers crush Knicks
 •  Jordan ready to take over
 •  Syracuse No. 1 for first time in 20 years
 •  O'Neal will miss 8 weeks
 •  Yankees' Rodriguez will talk with feds
 •  Hall of Fame induction tonight
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Wright gave life to HPU sports

Island Life
 •  It's science! Video
 •  Event helps girls stay safe in cyberspace
 •  A fun fundraiser for Hospice Hawaii
 •  Celebrate the 'Splinterheads' DVD
 •  Leno returns as 'Tonight Show' host Photo gallery
 •  High-grade TV drama making a comeback
 •  Rethinking the traditional steak and potatoes
 •  Rethinking the traditional steak and potatoes

 •  Isle bankruptcies surged 29% in Feb.
 •  More states may end credit checks by employers
 •  Judge backs formula to pay Madoff victims
 •  Dish Network's strategy paying off
 •  GM recalling Chevy, Pontiac compacts
 •  Cyanotech CEO bounced
 •  Stocks rise on optimism from buyouts
 •  1,600 in state could lose jobless benefits
 •  Fed's No. 2 resigning; Obama must fill 3 of 7 seats on board

 •  Should quitting be an issue?
 •  Crucial fix is only days away
 •  Olympics need a permanent home
 •  Office-bound social service system outdated
 •  Readers comment on the tsunami and its aftermath

 •  Celebrate the 'Splinterheads' DVD