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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 4, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Honolulu prosecutor won't seek extended sentencing for Matthew Higa
 •  Non-residents to pay $3 to park at Pali Lookout
 •  Hawaii House committee draft budget adds $50M to cut teacher furloughs
 •  Hawaii not among states chosen for federal Race to the Top funding
 •  Kalaupapa 'ice' suspect granted bail
 •  Senate confirms Ginoza to seat on state appeals court
 •  Hansen's disease patient released on bond while awaiting drug charges
 •  Hiker in critical condition after falling from Manoa Falls trail
 •  Hawaii teen convicted of murdering neighbor; life sentence to be sought
 •  Final goodbye for former Honolulu Mayor Fasi Video
 •  Manslaughter trial for Honolulu auto dealer Pflueger delayed
 •  Hawaii housing units pass federal inspection
 •  Sewage spills in Aiea Heights
 •  Ethics panel says Tam wrongly billed city for meals
 •  Phoenix-to-Honolulu flight diverts to San Francisco
 •  Hawaii County seeks authority to restrict fireworks
 •  Chaminade to launch nursing program
 •  Safeway recalls potato salad over salmonella
 •  Sirens tested again today on Oahu
 •  Roads reopen near Kunia Post Office after semitruck overturns
 •  Repair work on H-1 School Street ramps finished
 •  Lane closures Sunday on H-1 Airport Viaduct
 •  Lane closure Saturday on Pali Highway
 •  Hawaii police suspends search for former N.M. soccer coach
 •  High-surf advisory for Hawaii's east shores
 •  Honolulu Fire Department helps with safety study
 •  Da Hui bodysurfing event this weekend at Waimea
 •  Homeless man arrested in connection with two Oahu bank robberies
 •  Benefit concert Friday for baby with heart condition
 •  'Hawaiian Style' chips, onion rings subject of recall
 •  Settlement reached in lawsuit over bus injuring bicyclist
 •  Desk sergeant nearly stabbed at Wahiawa Police Station
 •  Groups say Kauai resort's lights harmful to seabirds
 •  Suspected arsonist in McCully fire indicted
 •  Boys state high school basketball scoreboard Video
 •  UH baseball team falls to The Citadel, 12-8
 •  Rainbow Warriors' WAC tourney chances take hit after loss to Boise St.
 •  College baseball: The Citadel beats Hawai‘i, 12-8
 •  NFL: How teams approach uncapped free agency
 •  NFL: Chargers keep Sproles, release DT Williams
 •  Boxing: Deal reached for Yankee Stadium fight
 •  MLB: Accident? Maybe not as Zito hits Fielder with his first pitch
 •  NFL: Redskins cut 10 veterans on eve of free agency
 •  NFL: Saints to release DE Grant
 •  Ex-Kahuku star Francisco free agent as Colts won't offer him contract
 •  CBKB: 27 arrested near UMd. after Maryland beats Duke
 •  CFB: USC hires longtime Fresno St. assistant Baxter
 •  CBKB: Baylor women's player Griner suspended two games for punch
 •  NFL: 49ers bring back Wilhelm on 1-year deal
 •  NFL: Jets release CB Sheppard after 1 season
 •  NFL: Lions tender offers to 7 restricted free agents
 •  NFL: Cowboys give WR Miles Austin 1st, 3rd-round tender
 •  NFL: Giants make 12 roster moves on eve of free agency
 •  NFL: CB Williams re-signs 1-year deal with Atlanta
 •  NFL: Titans offer tenders to 6 restricted free agents
 •  NFL: Chiefs sign Vrabel to contract extension
 •  NFL: Cardinals drop S Rolle, tender offer to WR Breaston
 •  NFL: Retiring Chris Samuels discusses spinal condition
 •  NFL: Bengals release veteran WR Laveranues Coles
 •  NFL: Bengals tender 6 players, let 4 go
 •  Boxing officials clinic to be held Saturday at Kapolei
 •  Hawaii high school bench press contest March 12
 •  Judo clinic Saturday at Hawaii Tokai International College
 •  NBA: Durant an 'impossible matchup' for opponents
 •  NBA: Mavs’ Terry will need surgery after blow to face
 •  NFL: Jets tender WR Edwards, 7 other restricted FAs
 •  Olympians Vonn, White, Wescott grace Wheaties box
 •  MLB: Santana faces hitters for 1st time since surgery
 •  Football: Accused doctor resigns from CFL’s Toronto Argos
 •  CBKB: Georgetown’s leading scorer Freeman has diabetes
 •  NFL: Dividing line drawn: Transition into uncapped year kicks off season of labor uncertainty
 •  NFL: There’s no cap on questions
 •  MLB: Anderson agrees to minor league deal with Dodgers
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1990 — NCAA scoring, rebounding leader Hank Gathers collapses, dies
 •  Star-Bulletin owner makes bid for Canadian newspaper chain
 •  February homes sales rise on Maui, but prices fall
 •  Saipan hotel investors file amended complaint against Carlsmith Ball
 •  Statewide average gas price unchanged from last week at $3.41 a gallon
 •  Hawaii investment in auction-rate bonds loses $250M in market value
 •  Oahu crew dancing in MTV competition
 •  'Aloha' piano fest announces 2010 artists
 •  EIS reform: The cure may be worse than disease

Local News
 •  Jury awards plaintiffs $54M
 •  Candidates weigh in on health care plan
 •  'Buyer's remorse' after tsunami
 •  Hawaii Supreme Court rejects police method of clocking speeders
 •  Hawaii lawmakers fast-track bill to ease unemployment tax hike
 •  Hawaii's tab for Superferry rises another $218,000, to tow barge
 •  Homeless man, 23, accused of holdups
 •  Isle birds get additional protection
 •  Ways to eradicate coqui weighed
 •  Facing $14M budget deficit, Maui to restrict spending
 •  Onion rings, chips under voluntary recall by Tim's
 •  Hotel to face lawsuit over deaths of rare bird species
 •  Aloha Jam Benefit tomorrow at Hard Rock
 •  Cyclist, seriously hurt by tour bus, settles his lawsuit
 •  Man, 30, indicted on arson charges in apartment fire
 •  Onion rings, chips under voluntary recall by Tim's
 •  Hotel to face lawsuit over deaths of rare bird species
 •  Jailed man, 63, charged with attack on a police officer
 •  Amateur bodysurfing event scheduled for this weekend
 •  Community calendar
 •  Farewell, mister mayor Photo gallery
 •  5 warning sirens balk again, but 3 are returned to service
 •  Shigeru Hotoke's madrigals sang to the world
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH at WAC: 1 in, 1 can be
 •  Rainbow Wahine clinch spot
 •  Kamehameha runs off with first-round win Photo gallery
 •  Rainbow Warriors embark on key trip
 •  By any name, The Citadel a formidable foe for UH
 •  Kamehameha runs off with first-round win Photo gallery
 •  Kahuku, Mililani advance to Division I quarterfinals Photo gallery
 •  Boys basketball state championships schedule
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Applications for U.S. Open online
 •  Kuroiwa, Sawada capture 4-ball title
 •  Pro tour players from Hawaii
 •  Hole in One
 •  Rolfing's new show takes global scope
 •  Colts' Manning gets rid of pain in his neck
 •  Nuggets silence Durant, Thunder
 •  Coaches Reyes, Wilton to reunite
 •  Upton rewarded by Diamondbacks
 •  U.S. women win soccer's Algarve Cup for 7th time
 •  Patacchia ousted from surf meet in Australia
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  A change Tebow couldn't pass on

Island Life
 •  The Qi gong effect Video
 •  Pregnancy weight gain affects baby's health
 •  Health calendar
 •  Hail to the chiefs at FunnyOrDie.com
 •  Print exhibit 'a work of art out of art'
 •  Paniolo's story told with puppetry
 •  Bracelet system, '400 Calorie Fix' target eating

 •  Pearl Harbor sets sights on hiring 175
 •  Financial adviser to pay $780K to SEC
 •  Harried home chefs get an assist Photo gallery Video
 •  Continental will charge more for exit rows
 •  Wholesalers see jump as grocers slump
 •  Lutz to step down as vice chair of General Motors on May 1
 •  Harried home chefs get an assist Photo gallery Video

 •  From virtuous to shoddy in only 7 years
 •  As planned, rail will kill Waipahu
 •  If Great Britain isn't U.S. ally, is anyone?
 •  Kupuna care