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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 24, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Council committee advances $1.82 billion city budget
 •  Djou to be sworn in tomorrow Video
 •  Lei donations needed for Punchbowl on Memorial Day
 •  Hilo man dies of injuries from motorcycle crash
 •  Motorcyclist killed, 2 men arrested in crash on Big Island
 •  Suspects in Palolo home invasion identified
 •  Djou tells FOX News he's eager to prove trust 'is deserved'
 •  Man, boy killed in Big Isle crash
 •  Broken water main closes part of Lusitana Street
 •  University of Hawaii math professor acquitted of arson
 •  Kamehameha Schools to break ground on Kapalama master plan
 •  Study says little economic, government impact to Hawaii civil unions law
 •  Hawaii County police issue drug warning after Kamuela pharmacy robbery
 •  Hawaii soldiers prepare for Afghan duty
 •  Bank of Hawaii teams up with China UnionPay
 •  ‘Descendants’ film crew ‘depressed’ at leaving Kauai
 •  Hawaii 'Click It or Ticket' campaign kicks off tonight
 •  Kapahulu man arrested as suspect in threatening case
 •  Hotel Hana-Maui says in-house staff reduced to 90 ‘for now’
 •  Isabella, Ethan most popular baby names in Hawaii last year
 •  Medical Examiner identifies man killed on H-1 Freeway
 •  Man charged in Chinatown stabbing
 •  Body of free diver identified
 •  Driver sought in Kauai moped hit-run
 •  Ron Lee resigns as Warrior assistant football coach
 •  NBA: Magic take Celtics to OT and on to Game 5
 •  Honolulu Marathon early entry sign-ups for Isle residents June 12-13
 •  Court: NFL is 32 teams, not single business
 •  NBA: Cavaliers fire coach Brown after 5 seasons, successive 60-win seasons
 •  CBB: Division II game takes 9 hours
 •  MLB: Torres just hitting his stride in new role
 •  NBA: For top NBA prospects, a college degree can be a red flag
 •  NBA: Stoudemire is still a Sun and they’re still contenders, for the moment
 •  CFB: USC awaits NCAA ruling: What’s the holdup?
 •  NFL: Chargers S Kevin Ellison arrested in Redondo Beach
 •  MLB: iPads at Yankee Stadium? Hit the delete button
 •  Tennis: USC beats Virginia, to face Vols in final
 •  NFL: QB Losman is Carroll’s latest project in Seattle
 •  NBA: AP source: Thibodeau is Hornets’ top choice
 •  NBA: Obama courts King James on Chicago’s behalf
 •  MLB: Giants struggling to do little things to score
 •  Swimming: Swimmers bid farewell to high-tech bodysuits
 •  Baseball: Yogi Berra to have statue in front of his museum
 •  Tennis: Federer's debut as champ goes well; SWilliams wins
 •  NBA: Nash has broken nose, says he will be fine
 •  NCAA: Revoked scholarships surprise college athletes
 •  NFL: Chiefs quiet after Bowe’s latest distraction
 •  MLB: Texas Rangers file for bankruptcy; Ryan plans to buy
 •  NBA: Doug Collins happy to be home coaching 76ers
 •  CFB: NCAA loses appeal of Fla. State records release
 •  Tennis: Wozniacki reaches 2nd round at French Open
 •  MLB: Jose Lima’s time was filled with joy
 •  NBA: Not so fast, big guys: Suns grab win over Lakers
 •  NBA: Laker center Bynum needs a seat to rest his knee
 •  State shines more light on Hawaii solar tax credit
 •  Kai Medical wins $100K Army contract for wireless sleep monitor
 •  Bank of Hawaii signs deal with China bankcard issuer

Local News
 •  Buoyed lane protects swimmers Video
 •  Lifeguards will staff all beaches, despite shortage
 •  SS Maui wreckage a UH laboratory
 •  Hawaii economic agency slow to spend stimulus
 •  Election results show Djou's appeal outside East Honolulu
 •  Hawaii's Medicaid switch produces mixed results
 •  Two killed in three-vehicle crash, racing suspected
 •  Two reappointed to Mauna Kea land management board
 •  Police seek car that struck moped rider and then fled
 •  Choral Society's 2nd annual spring concert is on June 12
 •  Lingle holding civil union meetings today, tomorrow
 •  Suspect in Friday stabbing charged, bail set at $500,000
 •  U.S. House resolution honors champion surfer Kelly Slater
 •  Community calendar
 •  Armed men invade home
 •  Economic turnaround feels close
 •  Mayor signs bill curbing development on Kauai
 •  Obituaries
 •  How to cut baby-food costs
 •  Hawaii Mecical Center pros honored by Healthcare Association
 •  Help support soccer in Hawaii

 •  Wahine clinch regional
 •  'Bows finish off SJSU in 11th, 17-14
 •  Horiuchi still in critical condition
 •  Yoo makes breakthrough
 •  Kamanu goes channel surfing Photo gallery
 •  Kāne'ohe gets off to fast start Photo gallery
 •  Suns' Stoudemire heats up in win over Lakers
 •  Mets hang on, 6-4
 •  Venus dressed for success in France
 •  Former pitcher Lima dies
 •  Pacquiao has ulcer
 •  Blackhawks sweep, to play in Cup finals
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Nature's treatment Video
 •  Backlash grows as 'locavores' gain ground
 •  Stars set to shine in 'Dancing' finale
 •  Princely fee buys access to a prince
 •  Wyland stamps celebrate the oceans
 •  For the environment
 •  Ice cream sundaes aren't just for the kids
 •  Ice cream sundaes aren't just for the kids

 •  Legislature's move kills off state agency
 •  Workplace friendships can come at a cost, study finds
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade winds

 •  Premium Plus plan nudges employers
 •  Close one school and open a door
 •  Vietnam lie: Survivor's guilt or just politics?
 •  Prejudice still seeps into children's minds
 •  School year

 •  Stars set to shine in 'Dancing' finale