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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 12, 2005

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Attorneys general ask FTC probe of fuel costs
 •  Census: Hawai'i women waiting longer to marry
 •  Big Isle median home price breaks $400,000 mark
 •  Army man indicted on murder charge
 •  State says gas cap to fall 44 cents next week
 •  Motorcyclist dies on Maui
 •  Expect misty weather through Saturday
 •  Police beat: Pedestrian killed by car identified
 •  49er and ex-UH linebacker Ulbrich out for year
 •  UH Rainbows projected second in WAC
 •  Business briefs: Mesa Air meets with DOT officials
 •  Stocks lower on tech sector worries

Local News
 •  New cleanup efforts fight ocean debris
 •  Hey, look can that be Waipahu?
 •  City's stinker brings big fine
 •  Woman drowned after blow to head
 •  Slain soldier just re-enlisted
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  State seeks more partnerships to save environment
 •  New calls for tax cuts follow rise in surplus
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Air Force general takes No. 2 post at Pacific Command
EDUCATION
 •  OHA to give $2.2 million to 14 Hawaiian charter schools
COURTS
 •  Ex-police officer gets probation, credit for time served in ice case
 •  Court asked to protect files on youth facility
HEALTH
 •  Two hospitals on Maui horizon
OTHER NEWS
 •  Mother Marianne enters Women's Hall of Fame
 •  Gas leak closes roads, jams traffic
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Pedestrian killed crossing highway
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  Don't mess with her in old age

Sports
 •  Lakers shoot down Warriors, 101-93
 •  Life as a professional sweet as Wie turns 16
 •  Katrina moves Isle athlete to Texas
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Lafaele will line up on outside
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  'Aiea girls sweep Pearl City
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  Lipsher saves day for Duke
ISLE FILE
 •  HPU routs Ursuline
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Aggies join hunt for Isle recruits

Island Life
 •  Great women everyone should know
 •  Music helps 'South Pacific' overcome its flaws
 •  'Freddie' mirrors Prinze's early life
 •  Man in the moon tends a magical tree
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Psychic detective from Isles
TASTE
 •  Island variety
 •  How to get the most out of your avocados
 •  Coffee cakes of various flavors all from 1 recipe
 •  Chicken and chorizo go into quick paella
 •  Culinary Calendar
RAISE A GLASS
 •  Good food, wonderful wine set Alsace apart
QUICK BITES
 •  Indulge your dessert fantasies Nov. 6
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
 •  Nostalgic tastes of McKinley

Business
 •  Record median home price set on Kaua'i
 •  Gas cap to plunge
 •  Giving wedding photography a shot she can picture them as clients
 •  15 sporting events to get funding from HTA
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Instant message alliance expected
 •  Toy sellers preparing for a blue Christmas
 •  FEMA vows to increase contracts for minorities
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Maui becomes cruise homeport

Opinion
 •  Pakistan quake strikes a world weary of loss
 •  Makiki library grant: How hard can it be?
COMMENTARY
 •  Dead brothers, sons pave timeline of war
VOLCANIC ASH
 •  BOE needs backbone to stand by decision
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Music helps 'South Pacific' overcome its flaws
 •  TGI Wednesday