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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 2, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Thursday's scores
 •  Coptic Orthodox Church to ordain permanent priest
 •  Island Insurance offers customers free ID theft help
 •  Longs Drugs' nationwide revenue rises 11% to $378M
 •  Chaminade sponsors "Creating Peace" essay contest
 •  UH Center on the Family awarded faith-based grant
 •  UH's Fukuroku, Domingo earn academic honors
 •  QB Brennan on a roll in his second season at UH
 •  Flash flood warning until 1:30 p.m. for O`ahu
 •  Wilson shoots 5-over 75 at Tour Championship
 •  Chinatown Wi-Fi plan delayed until next year
 •  One pint of blood to represent 10,000 lives saved
 •  Rehab hospital gets bed for obese patients
 •  UH hosts Long Beach St. in men's volleyball exhibition
 •  OIA football playoffs on TV tomorrow
 •  OIA football playoffs top tomorrow's sports calendar
 •  OIA volleyball titles up for grabs today on TV
 •  HPU receives 'generous donation' for arts center
 •  Maui Land & Pine gets $10M loan from Bank of Hawai'i
 •  OIA, ILH volleyball playoffs highlight today's event
 •  Hawaiian Electric cut to 'neutral' from 'outperform'
 •  Cost-U-Less October sales up 2.5% from year earlier
 •  Arrest made in Oct. 5 fire that destroyed Liliha home
 •  Tesoro 3rd quarter profit up 21 percent to $274M
 •  Pali commute smooth, but Hawaii Kai sees more traffic
 •  Zipper Lane reopened near H1/H2 merge
 •  7 a.m. traffic: Zipper Lane near H1/H2 merge closed
 •  Xcel Pro surfing event postponed
 •  DOT: Contra-flowing Pali going off 'without a hitch'
 •  Collision closes Zipper Lane near H1/H2 merge
 •  Contra-flow lanes on Pali helping windward commuters
 •  Flash flood watch remains in effect this morning
 •  Roadwork along Farrington Highway in Waipahu
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep Nevada in volleyball
 •  State reopens all Pali Highway lanes
 •  Rains lead to sewage spill at Sand Island
 •  Geologist: Pali Highway hillside safe
 •  Rainbow Wahine ousted from WAC soccer tourney
 •  Workers remove tons of mudslide debris
 •  Flood warning lifted for O'ahu, but watch remains
 •  Lights back on in Village Park after power outage
 •  Tree falls on Maui house, no one injured
 •  Rains lead to more wastewater spills
 •  Rain leaves some without power
 •  Big Island man arrested in woman's slaying
 •  Hannemann felt city, state cooperated after mudslide
 •  Man charged in death threats incident
 •  Rains cancel Maui supply drop
 •  Hyatt Regency Waikiki workers ratify new contract
 •  Police seeking public's help with 2005 homicide case
 •  Moloka'i weather forces BOE to cancel meeting
 •  Nasty weather forces marine advisory for boaters
 •  Rain collapses steel plate covering in Waimanalo
 •  State senior amateur golf championship postponed
 •  Hawai`i telescopes to track planet's path
 •  $1.5 million upgrade on tap for Big Isle public housing
 •  Firefighters responding to fire in Kaimuki
 •  Fire to cable box extinguished
 •  Aquarium talk at Maui Ocean Center tonight cancelled
 •  Police Beat: Three teens arrested in stolen car
 •  Suit filed in 'homemade bomb' incident
 •  Help sought finding murderer of homeless man
 •  Warriors land top recruit from Chicago
 •  Hawaii's Kreutz signs contract extension with Bears
 •  Arson case closed in Oct. 5 Liliha fire
 •  Hawaii Theatre wins National Trust preservation award
 •  Galbraith Trust formally lists Wahiawa land for sale
 •  Wall Street falls after mixed economic data
 •  Oct. home resales fall, but median price up to $645K
 •  Miss Chinatown Hawai'i to be crowned Wednesday
 •  Condo demand boosts 3rd quarter new home sales
 •  Donation to rehab hospital helps heavier, taller patients
 •  DOT says Hawaiian Airlines most punctual in Sept.
 •  Oceanic Time Warner offers interactive sports channel
 •  John Reed named CEO of Hilo Hattie's

Local News
 •  Council questions rail affordability
 •  It'll take a miracle to get Santa's sleigh parade-ready
 •  Cost of Stryker delays could approach $49M
 •  Bishop Museum chief leaving
 •  Bush shadow cast on local GOP
 •  Heavy rain, mudslide snarl traffic on Pali
 •  Workers can do little until rain stops
 •  Windward residents used to flooding
 •  Townbound Pali lanes reopen this morning
 •  Mission accomplished for rocket team
 •  Where the aid comes from
 •  Waldorf wants to grow
 •  Family oriented school on Moloka'i even makes house calls
 •  Scientist from UH leading study of Saturn's moon
 •  New supporters get on board for rail transit
 •  Grants
 •  'Tension sleeve' caused blackout
 •  Hot line set up for DNLR
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors face cold, altitude
 •  You name it, they've got one for you
 •  Rainbows' Fukuroku is all-WAC in soccer
 •  ESPN2 to show UH-Oregon State game
 •  Wolf Pack looking forward to 'Bows' arrival
 •  Word of Life claims DII crown
 •  Kalaheo captures DII championship
 •  Wai'anae beats 'Aiea for DII title
 •  Youths raise amateurs' Governor's Cup hopes
 •  'Aiea woman aces hole in first round
 •  Amatour wraps up with tour championship
 •  West Oahu CaneFires top Waikiki BeachBoys
 •  Sports calendar
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Woman of iron
 •  Fast-paced entertainment for the whole family
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Use melatonin with caution
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Bar pupu: Calories can add up
 •  The Left Lane
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Janet Jackson enlists local talent for 2007 tour

 •  HEI sees net income decline
 •  Blockbuster sweetens deal for online renters
 •  Hawaiian Air earnings ease; operating revenue rises
 •  State can't shake negative small-business reputation
 •  Getting money back key in choosing return-of-premium policy
 •  Taxpayers can save on their bill for '06, but they'd better hurry
 •  Payday borrowers move into financial mainstream
 •  Bechtel's $2.3B Iraq job ends; 52 workers killed
 •  Hoku earnings flat in quarter
 •  Estimating these taxes isn't easy

 •  We must be smarter than politicians think
 •  Be responsible; help reduce traffic deaths
 •  The latest silly controversy in U.S. politics
 •  Loophole gives fishing rights to elitist few
 •  Letters to the Editor