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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 8, 2010

Breaking News
 •  4.5 quake shakes Big Island, no tsunami generated
 •  Man who died after arrest identified as Waipahu resident
 •  Aloha Aina recycling events March 13, 20
 •  Mocha Java fire ruled accidental Video
 •  Small wastewater spill reported in Kailua
 •  Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment to perform this week
 •  Hilo man identified in 2-car fatal crash
 •  Maui homeowner sets loss from suspicious fire at around $10M
 •  'Stun-gun' robbery reported at Mililani Town Center
 •  Boater who died off of Marine base identified as Pearl Harbor sailor
 •  Boston Whaler loses power, towed to safety
 •  House approves $10 billion Hawaii state budget with $50 million to end school furloughs
 •  Hawaii Sen. Akaka wants more money for Veterans Affairs Department
 •  Girl, 17, files sexual-assault complaint in Ewa Beach case
 •  Ewa Beach man arrested following domestic argument
 •  Hawaii governor in California visiting father
 •  Free Youth Day Camp planned in Hilo
 •  State, community group patrolling Heeia harbor
 •  Hawaii lawmakers to discuss criminalizing monk seal takings
 •  Big Island police continue to investigate death of dog
 •  Waialua robotics team wins Mainland competition
 •  Man arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting toddler
 •  Nash fired as UH basketball coach Video
 •  Rainbows' Ricketts earns WAC softball pitcher of the week honors
 •  Hawai‘i's Slaats named WAC baseball pitcher of the week
 •  UH volleyball moves up to No. 5
 •  Annie Duke wins $500,000 heads-up poker title
 •  NFL: Lions acquire CB Houston from Falcons
 •  CFB: Obama honors Alabama football team
 •  NFL: Steelers sign free agents Battle, Allen
 •  NBA: Spoelstra calls Alston situation 'unfortunate'
 •  NFL: Lions cut DE White, sign TE Heller, WR Clark
 •  NFL: Texans sign WR Walter and P Turk
 •  NFL: Chad Pennington re-signs with Dolphins
 •  CFB: Michigan AD reiterates Rodriguez’s job is safe now
 •  NFL: Rams sign DT Fred Robbins
 •  NFL: Eagles, Avant agree on a 5-year deal
 •  CFB: 2 Michigan St. receivers get probation for fight
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger hires high-profile Atlanta lawyer
 •  NFL: Judge rules Childress can be called in Williams v. NFL
 •  NBA: Nets forward Yi Jianlian out with sprained ankle
 •  CBKB: Kansas back on top of AP basketball poll
 •  MLB: Ten 10 baseball truths so far in spring training
 •  NBA: Losing streak hits 3 as Lakers fall to Magic, end trip with balance due
 •  CBKB: UConn women on verge of breaking their own win streak
 •  NFL: 49ers’ move to sign QB Carr raises many questions
 •  NFL: Niners, Carr reach terms on 2-year deal
 •  On this date: 1971 — Joe Frazier decisions Muhammad Ali for world heavyweight title
 •  Go! Mokulele's load factor up in February, but passenger count down
 •  Hoku Scientific gets second installment of $50M loan
 •  Jean Smart joins 'Five-0' cast as governor
 •  Cayetano to be featured at 'Authors’ Night'
 •  Academy of Arts launching ‘aloHAA’ Thursdays
 •  KCC cybrarian presents 'Hawaii Nisei Story'
 •  Feng shui in the 'year of the tiger'
 •  'Green Living & Partying' program
 •  Iglesias reschedules Hawaii concerts

Local News
 •  Unions rally employees
 •  Not 'Lost' in translation Photo gallery Video
 •  Kauai beach trail may close
 •  Hawaii officials tout online school testing
 •  $16.2M in Hawaii film, TV tax credits created 4,000-plus jobs
 •  Hawaii lawmakers considering tighter regulation of mopeds
 •  Big Isle man's fast thinking saves life
 •  New police station for Kīhei gets final council approval
 •  Measure to change scope of Code of Ethics advances
 •  Body found by Pyramid Rock Beach not Marine
 •  Woman suspected of setting her house on fire on purpose
 •  Tree-planting will close left lanes on Kailua Road
 •  Public lecture on volcanic air pollution set for Monday
 •  Alors! French TV crew visits to film local life
 •  Waialua High robotics team wins regional championship
 •  Community calendar
 •  Patti's Chinese Kitchen may revive
 •  Professor Jagdish Sharma, 75
 •  Obituaries

 •  No. 1 Washington too much for UH Photo gallery
 •  Flemings selected honorable mention
 •  UH players say Nash didn't discuss future
 •  Villegas cruises to Honda Classic title
 •  Jaguars' pass rush gets nice boost
 •  Magic top dogs this time
 •  Anthony propels Nuggets by Blazers
 •  UConn women tie victory mark
 •  Dodgers catcher injured
 •  Kurt Busch survives late crashes in Atlanta
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH will be on clock if it buys out Nash

Island Life
 •  The big 'Hurt'
 •  Gold, glamour, whimsy strut the red carpet
 •  Clooney king of red carpet
 •  'Alice' a wonder in box-office land Photo gallery
 •  Ribbons outline ahupua'a boundaries
 •  For the environment

 •  Warehouse condos to be auctioned off
 •  Take a good look before you leap into nonprofit work
 •  U.S. Olympians gain marketability in wake of Woods saga
 •  Paper, plastic or none at all
 •  Superheroes help reinvent Disney
 •  Disney lifts blackout against Cablevision
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Take back Honolulu
 •  Only time will tell if fighting in Iraq was worth it
 •  Atlanta develop worked miracles.
 •  Rail transit