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By Camille Powell, The Washington Post | November 28, 2009
Today's Navy game Navy (8-3) at Hawaii (5-6) Time: 10:30 p.m. TV: ESPNU Radio: 1090 AM, 1430 AM Line: Navy by 9 1/2 Series: Hawaii leads 1-0. Last meeting: Hawaii won, 48-41, on Nov. 20, 1999, in Honolulu. Well rested: The Midshipmen haven't played since Nov. 14, and the time off allowed them to rest and get healthy. Navy should have its top three offensive playmakers on the field at the same time for the first time since Oct. 17; QB Ricky Dobbs (knee)
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2014
Point guard Keith Shamburger, who played last season at Hawaii after two years at San Jose State, tweeted Tuesday night that he has received an offer to play at Maryland. The 5-11, 170-pound Shamburger started all but one game of his three-year career, averaging better than 9 points and 5 assists for the 20-11 Rainbow Warriors last season. Shamburger will be eligible to play right away as a graduate student. Shamburger is known as a reliable ballhandler (2.5-1 assist to turnover)
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By Luke Broadwater | April 14, 2011
Donald Trump has been telling anyone who will listen about how he's investigating Barack Obama's birth certificate. He says he has "people" in Hawaii who "can't believe" what they're discovering. Sarah Palin and birthers around the country are praising him for his efforts.  I don't believe him.  For one, Trump has been talking about this issue for weeks (months?) now and has provided absolutely zero new information or evidence to help his case. Two, several media organizations have investigated the matter, confirmed the president was born in Hawaii and did so in less time.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2014
George F. Carter, a retired Army colonel who witnessed the Pearl Harbor attack as a young lieutenant, died of complications from a stroke Feb. 24 at the Oak Crest retirement center. The Timonium resident was 96. Born in Oakland, Calif., he was the son of Thomas Carter and Louise Carrau Carter. He earned a bachelor's degree at St. Mary's College of California in Moraga, where he enlisted in Reserve Officers Training Corps. He began his military service as a lieutenant and was assigned to the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii.
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June 10, 2011
As fellow sports writer Dewey Fox wrote, I was away from the office the first two days of this week due to a family wedding on the sands of Topsail Beach, N.C. The youngest of my brother George's three children, daughter Elizabeth, had the dream and desire of being married on a beach; and so it was, Monday at 6:30 p.m. on a beautifully sunny and slightly breezy late afternoon. Elizabeth, her groom, Aaron, and most family members from both sides made the trip from Ohio. That said, Sunday evening was the first time I ever met the husband-to-be and it still didn't hit me that my niece will now carry the name Elizabeth Taylor wherever she goes.
FEATURES
By New York Times News Service | February 24, 1991
Under a law designed to protect the humpback whale, Hawaii is banning jet skis, parasailing and other high-speed operations west and south of Maui until May 15.The law took effect Dec. 15. The five-month winter season is when humpbacks swim more than 3,000 miles from Alaska to Maui to give birth and nurse their calves. Humpback whales have been on the endangered species list since 1966.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2013
Navy couldn't seem to handle its role as a two-touchdown favorite over Hawaii, a rare position for the Midshipmen during what has been now a decade of nearly uninterrupted success. Nor could Navy's defense handle Joey Iosefa, Hawaii's 245-pound Samoan tailback. Fortunately for the Midshipmen, the Rainbow Warriors had even more trouble Saturday slowing down Navy star Keenan Reynolds. The sophomore quarterback continued what already has been a remarkable career with his best performance to date.
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By Sports Digest | June 30, 2010
College football Navy adding suites to stadium, in talks with Hawaii for series The Naval Academy Athletic Association is constructing four development boxes, a television media center and camera locations on the upper east side of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. The construction will be finished in time for Navy's home opener against Georgia Southern on Sept. 11. The relocation of the television production will allow CBS College Sports to better capture the Navy sideline and Brigade of Midshipmen.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2014
Point guard Keith Shamburger, who played last season at Hawaii after two years at San Jose State, tweeted Tuesday night that he has received an offer to play at Maryland. The 5-11, 170-pound Shamburger started all but one game of his three-year career, averaging better than 9 points and 5 assists for the 20-11 Rainbow Warriors last season. Shamburger will be eligible to play right away as a graduate student. Shamburger is known as a reliable ballhandler (2.5-1 assist to turnover)
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By KIRSTEN SCHARNBERG and KIRSTEN SCHARNBERG,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 5, 2006
HONOLULU -- The plans, detailed and terrifying, are for the worst-case scenario. One section of this city's bustling, tourist-filled airport could be converted into an emergency quarantine station for patients suspected of carrying avian influenza. Air filters would kick on to prevent the deadly virus from spreading. Medical personnel entering the quarantine area would wear protective suits. As avian flu continues to spread across the globe, health officials are paying close attention to Hawaii, the nation's gateway to Asia and the state where some experts believe the much-feared H5N1 virus could first be detected on American soil.
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Sports on TV | January 10, 2014
FRIDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR Daytona Preseason Thunder: Friday FS11 M. bask. Radford@High Point ESPNU7 Southern Illinois@Loyola-Chicago (T) FCS8 Wright State@Valparaiso ESPNU9 Houston Baptist@Oral Roberts (T) FCSMidnight W. bask. Tulane@Marshall (T) FCS, MASN2Noon Providence@DePaul (T) FCS2 NBA Miami@New York (T) NBA3:30 Washington@Indiana CSN7 Miami@Brooklyn ESPN8 Lakers@Clippers ESPN10:30 Boxing Antonio Tarver vs. Mike Sheppard (T)
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January 10, 2014
SATURDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS M. bask. Notre Dame@Georgia Tech 5, 54Noon Indiana@Penn State BIGTENNoon Boston College@Virginia Tech CSNNoon North Carolina@Syracuse ESPNNoon Florida@Arkansas ESPN21 Villanova@St. John's FS11 Duke@Clemson CSN2 Northeastern@Drexel CSNP, TCN2 Kansas State@Kansas ESPN2 Rhode Island@GW NBCSN2:30 Memphis@Temple ESPN23 Kentucky@Vanderbilt 13, 93:30 Army@Navy CBSSN4 Delaware@James Madison CSN4 Okla.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2013
The lives and careers of Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo and Army coach Rich Ellerson have crossed many times over nearly three decades, starting when Niumatalolo was a two-sport high school athlete outside Honolulu and Ellerson recruited him to play quarterback at Hawaii. Ellerson brought Niumatalolo and two more highly acclaimed players, Thor Salanoa and Brian Norwood, from Radford High to play for the Rainbows. Salanoa was Niumatalo's cousin and Norwood, now the associate head coach at Baylor, was one of his best friends.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2013
Navy couldn't seem to handle its role as a two-touchdown favorite over Hawaii, a rare position for the Midshipmen during what has been now a decade of nearly uninterrupted success. Nor could Navy's defense handle Joey Iosefa, Hawaii's 245-pound Samoan tailback. Fortunately for the Midshipmen, the Rainbow Warriors had even more trouble Saturday slowing down Navy star Keenan Reynolds. The sophomore quarterback continued what already has been a remarkable career with his best performance to date.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2013
Wave Ryder first gained national attention last November when Navy's junior safety was part of an answer on "Jeopardy. " The category was "Great College Football Names. " The answer - "Perhaps the most appropriate name ever, Wave Ryder, of this service academy. " Ryder said he heard about Alex Trebek mentioning his name on television from a friend who was watching the show "and was shocked as much as everyone else. " It wasn't that big a surprise when the same answer popped up again on another "Jeopardy" competition this summer.
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From Sun staff reports | December 20, 2012
John Carroll's No. 8 boys basketball team used a 32-0 run in the third quarter to beat Hilo (Hawaii), 69-26, in Wednesday's opening round of the Iolani Classic in Honolulu. The Patriots (9-3) were led by Kimbal Mackenzie with a game-high 15 points. Kamuela Patnaude had seven for the Vikings. Eleven Patriots scored, including Rodney Elliott and Trystan Pratapas with 11 points each. John Carroll is headed for an all-Maryland showdown in tonight's second-round game at 11:30.
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By New York Times News Service | April 25, 1994
HONOLULU, Hawaii -- This island paradise, where multiculturalism is a way of life and not just a slogan, could become the first state to legalize marriage between people of the same sex -- or at least to offer marital benefits for homosexuals who register as domestic partners.Whether by sanctioning gay marriage or by passing the nation's first statewide domestic partnership act, Hawaii would lead the way in this fundamental redefinition of family, which some see as a sweeping expansion of civil rights and others see as undermining traditional values.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | March 18, 1994
OGDEN, Utah -- Fourth-seeded Syracuse used its size jTC advantage in the backcourt to come back from a three-point halftime deficit to beat Hawaii, 92-78, yesterday and advance to tomorrow's second round in the NCAA West Regional.Lawrence Moten, a 6-foot-5 guard, scored a game-high 29 points and 6-foot-4 point guard Adrian Autry added 16 points and nine assists for the Orangemen (22-6).Autry was particularly effective in the second half when he repeatedly backed down Hawaii's 6-foot-1 guard Jarinn Akana.
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