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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 5, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Matthew Higa sentenced to life in prison for death of Hawaii toddler
 •  Hanabusa says she is in the race to the end and in to win Video
 •  Hawaii welfare offices to remain open
 •  Maui Bus' Maalaea stop being moved next week
 •  NTSB issues preliminary report on fatal crash on Big Island
 •  Hawaii ranks 8th for flu, H1N1 vaccinations
 •  Man smoking in bed dies when mattress catches fire
 •  Arraignment for 7 Hawaii sit-in protesters over teacher furloughs delayed
 •  West Maui brushfire 60% contained
 •  Hawaii law requires proof that drivers are legal
 •  Leeward areas of Hawaii under red flag warning
 •  Aiona says Hawaii teacher furlough solution near
 •  Historic Hanapepe Road Bridge closed Thursday morning
 •  Green Harvest mission on Kauai nets 200 marijuana plants
 •  Waianae man accused of threatening woman, children with machete
 •  Whale carcass on Kauai may have drifted from Oahu
 •  Kolekole Pass closed Thursday and Friday for Army training
 •  Woman an apparent drowning victim on Big Island
 •  Advertiser Kids Day editions on sale
 •  GDP estimated for U.S. territories for 1st time
 •  Man reports being kidnapped, assaulted in Keeaumoku area
 •  Inouye surprised that powerful House chairman Obey to retire
 •  Baseball bat beating leads to prison for Maui brothers
 •  Maui family grieves fallen soldier
 •  Marine monument superintendent has new Pacific assignment
 •  Ewa Beach boy says man robbed, extorted him
 •  State, Coast Guard to work together on recreational boating
 •  Schofield sergeant indicted in assault on infant son
 •  Army recognizes Hawaii professor for Iraq work
 •  Friends of Iolani Palace receives honor
 •  Takitani Foundation to award $96,000 in scholarships
 •  Hawaii mail carriers ask residents to help 'Stamp Out Hunger'
 •  Stanford's Kawika Shoji named national volleyball Player of the Year
 •  State high school baseball scoreboard
 •  Baldwin's Isagawa, Campbell's Cabalar win girls, boys state golf titles
 •  Rainbow Wahine Eggens on MPSF water polo first team
 •  NBA: Stoudemire leads 'Los Suns' over Spurs
 •  CFB: USC starting defensive lineman Tupou likely to miss season
 •  MLB: Bravesí Cox laughs off cake with misspelled name
 •  NFL: Tebowís Broncos jersey leads NFL sales for April
 •  DirecTV, Yes to air Major League Baseball in 3D
 •  NHL: Byfuglien scores 2; Blackhawks take 2-1 lead
 •  NHL: Bruins beat Flyers 4-1, lead series 3-0
 •  MLB: Lackey sharp against ex-team, Boston beats Angels
 •  MMA: Rua out to right a wrong vs. Machida at UFC 113
 •  MLB: Red Sox honor Garciaparra
 •  Lacrosse killing suspect seemed to have it all
 •  MLB: Phillies: Team security will now nab field jumpers
 •  NBA: Ainge comes clean in Cleveland towel incident
 •  Baseball: Calif. lawmakers seek temporary ban on metal bats
 •  MLB: Lawyer: Tasered fan, family apologize to Phillies
 •  AG Holder cries `foulí on Obamaís basketball skill
 •  Menís volleyball Final Four
 •  NHL: Sharks strive to avoid letting Red Wings make mark
 •  NFL: Ex-Dolphin OJ McDuffie wins $11.5M in toe lawsuit
 •  Gymnastics: LSUís Jackson wins Honda Award as top gymnast
 •  MLB: Players applaud Taser use for fan on field
 •  NFL: Saints, all-pro guard Evans agree to 7-year deal
 •  College volleyball: Penn State brings experience to NCAAs
 •  NBA: Garnett, Perkins miss workout for Celtics
 •  NBA: Kobe Bryant makes fifth straight all-defensive team
 •  NFL: Seahawks acquire former CWU QB Reilly
 •  MLB: Police ID man accused of running on Phillies field
 •  Tennis: Prague Open to fold after this year's edition
 •  Ex-NBA player Snyder sentenced in Ohio break-in
 •  Tennis: Federer earns 1st clay win of season at Estoril
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters into Rome quarterfinals
 •  NBA: Estranged wife, children suing Wade's girlfriend
 •  MLB: Bradleyís return as Mís cleanup man lasts 6 inns
 •  Suspect tells police details of U.Va. lacrosse player's death
 •  MLB: Ernie Harwell: Long gone, never forgotten
 •  MLB: Giants barely pass endurance test in 12-inning win over Marlins
 •  Pacific Office Properties reports higher funds from operations
 •  Hawaii most expensive city to own a car, Edmunds.com says
 •  Gas Company rate hike helps boost revenue at parent Macquarie
 •  Honolulu Hale to host 'Book & Music' fest
 •  T-Shirt Theatre takes on 'Bully' topic
 •  Country star Darryl Worley to headline BayFest

Local News
 •  Maui wildfire fight not over
 •  Wariness greets census workers
 •  Kailua shooting suspect nabbed in minutes, police affidavit says Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii homelessness still rising in wake of recession's job cuts Photo gallery Video
 •  Honolulu rail project facing pressure to protect native burials
 •  Hawaii Republicans are pinning big hopes on a Djou victory Photo gallery
 •  Nānākuli man's retrial in sex-assault case begins
 •  Beetle infestation threatens beehives
 •  Panel OKs job cuts, furloughs, tax hike
 •  Cause of power outage still being investigated on Kauai
 •  60 Isle students to receive $96,000 in scholarships
 •  Schofield sergeant indicted for assault on infant son
 •  DLNR, Coast Guard join forces for boating safety
 •  Friends of 'Iolani Palace wins stewardship honor
 •  Mail carriers will collect food for the hungry on Saturday
 •  UH law professor honored for volunteering in Iraq
 •  Community calendar
 •  $2.5M plan will widen beach in Waikīkī
 •  Advertiser staff gets layoff notices
 •  Big Isle County Council to debate land-use proposals
 •  Obituaries
 •  No quit in these candidates so far
 •  ProjectFocus Hawai'i Selects HUGS as its 2010 Partner

 •  Living by Cardinal rule that team comes first
 •  Pearl City seeking first title
 •  Lafortune has been talk of prep judo for four years
 •  Rainbow Warriors bound for NCAAs
 •  Pearl City seeking first title
 •  Lafortune has been talk of prep judo for four years
 •  Mid-Pacific captures first ILH softball title Photo gallery
 •  Tengan joining 'Iolani
 •  Calip, Isagawa shoot to leads in state golf
 •  Prep notices
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Former Warrior Kia gets Jet tryout
 •  Lakers dominate Jazz for 2-0 lead in series
 •  WAC proposes top seeds be placed into semifinals
 •  Hittle, Brandt third on the beach
 •  Royals reportedly to call up Ka'aihue
 •  Sharks have Red Wings on thin ice
 •  Ching ready to return to Dynamo
 •  UH golf team still last in WAC
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Solidarity should be put to pen and paper

Island Life
 •  Madge should live on, after 'Shack'
 •  Acting was 'something different'
 •  'Judith' a coup for UH, window into playwright
 •  Walk of Fame typo tickles Louis-Dreyfus
 •  Southern sampling
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Alpine salad's success depends on cheese
 •  New takes on food from the South
 •  Light cakes a sweeter calorie deal
 •  'Lost' in Hale'iwa episode May 19
 •  Guests show there's life after wheat, dairy

 •  Korean Air adding flights to Honolulu
 •  Building a business, bean by bean
 •  Big Isle group gets $16M for medical info-tech
 •  A&B off to 'solid' start this year
 •  Bankoh rolling out ATM on wheels
 •  Building a business, bean by bean

 •  Dilemma: hating oil but fearing the wind
 •  State Republicans claim 'yes' title
 •  Hullabaloo in Times Square
 •  Old guard Democrats make play for power
 •  No quit in these candidates so far
 •  Civil unions

 •  Acting was 'something different'
 •  'Judith' a coup for UH, window into playwright