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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 28, 2003

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  California fires force 35,000 to evacuate
 •  Killing happened at site of drug raids
 •  'Perry & Priceí moves to John Dominis
 •  Prince concerts canceled on O'ahu, Maui
 •  CB Bancshares to pay dividend
 •  Fedís inaction helps propel Wall Street

Local News
 •  Sacred Falls could reopen as natural reserve
 •  TRANSIT PLANS
State, city proposes $2.6B rail transit system
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Hawai'i leads U.S. in rate of theft
 •  Motive for 'Aiea murder sought
 •  Two indicted in smuggling case
 •  Board may compel answers in youth facility probe
 •  MILITARY AFFAIRS
Laser tests call for 160 flights
 •  Army faces resistance over Stryker plan
 •  RELIGION
Kalaupapa nun moves toward sainthood
 •  Mormons told to guard themselves against ice use
 •  OTHER NEWS
Forecasters expect warm, wet weather
 •  Grant aids homeless services
 •  Senators tackle fishing issue on Ni'ihau
 •  Maui man pledges caution after bite from sea creature
 •  Work to avert USS Arizona oil spill resumes next month
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  DRIVE TIME
Street-safety programs for students, parents have pizza prize
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Grants
 •  LEE CATALUNA
Nice the way things work out

Sports
 •  UH SPORTS
UH wary of costs that come with switching leagues
 •  Purcell gets WAC honor
 •  UH, BYU finish tied at 2
 •  Grading the game
 •  1958-2003
Michael Stennis, former UH QB
 •  HIGH SCHOOLS
Family a success in water world
 •  Kaiser football forfeit official
 •  Advertiser's Top 10 football poll
 •  This week's football games
 •  Weekly honors
 •  Standings, statistics
 •  SURF
Surf contest still Xcel-ing in 20th year
 •  ISLE FILE
BYUH sweeps past UH-Hilo in volleyball
 •  FERD LEWIS
UH needs to leave I-AA foes behind
 •  For the Record
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Bring on the boots
 •  ENTERTAINMENT
'Local Girl' big break for rising star
 •  COMMENTARY
More challenges ahead for Jack Bauer of '24'
 •  Prince shows on O'ahu, Maui
 •  ABOUT WOMEN
A spoonful of bubbly helps the holiday madness go down
 •  THE WEDDING PLANNER
Surprise! Military wives throw a shower
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Try looking natural
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

Business
 •  Mainland visitors increase
 •  Carrier group a welcome boost
 •  Bankoh income increases 21.5%
 •  HEI's revenue up, profit down
 •  Workers find 'Aiea plant shuttered
 •  Kaua'i utility says it will save $1M after deal
 •  IRS
1,028 Hawai'i taxpayers due checks
 •  Tax payers who have refunds
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
Hotel occupancy up in September
 •  TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY
IPO may value Google at $20B
 •  Who says slide shows have to be boring?
 •  Talking newspapers: It's all in the ink
 •  Someday, cell phones may be as good as cash

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
Pacific island gathering cements goals
 •  Sept. 11 stonewalling provokes suspicion
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
Democrat plan calls for focus on student
 •  COMMENTARY
Never ask why, just ask Hu

Technology/Click!
 •  BYTE MARKS
Web sites help us ponder existence
 •  VIDEO GAMES
Xbox Halloween fun is spooky and kooky
 •  COMPUTER ADVICE
Devices shut off power to computer