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Articles for November 3, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Friday's Hawaii sports scores
 •  Kokua Pool on Maui closes for repairs
 •  Kane'ohe's Wilson tied for 20th at Tour Championship
 •  Hawai'i unemployment insurance claims rise sharply
 •  Electric pole chopped down in attempt to steal copper
 •  Wayne Brady coming to Maui, Waikiki in December
 •  HMSA's HMO ranked 73rd in U.S.; Kaiser is 93rd
 •  Kairnin becomes Hawaiian Airlines Portland manager
 •  Attempted copper theft leads to contaminated oil spill
 •  UH men, women hoop teams top Saturday's events
 •  Colts-Patriots game highlights Sunday's TV events
 •  Breeders' Cup, 24 NCAA football games on TV Saturday
 •  NBA, OIA football playoffs highlight today's TV events
 •  OIA football playoffs highlight today's events
 •  Small surf expected while muddy waters clear
 •  With Pali reopened, traffic is back to normal
 •  Wet weather finally moves on
 •  XCel Pro surfing event postponed
 •  Lanes closed along Kalaniana'ole Highway in Kane'ohe
 •  One killed in Farrington accident
 •  Kahuku beats Leilehua in OIA Red semifinal, 13-7
 •  Waianae tops Mililani in OIA Red football semifinal, 7-6
 •  Pac-Five beats Damien in ILH football
 •  Jaguars waive former Warrior Owens
 •  Man slashed in Kailua home
 •  Fort Weaver Road project gets financial boost
 •  Supplies delivered to remote Maui area
 •  Snake, lizard, iguana, scorpions now in state custody
 •  Electric pole chopped down in attempt to steal copper
 •  Two injured in truck accident
 •  Estimate revised on Sand Island wastewater spill
 •  Veterans of Foreign Wars' PAC backs Duckworth's foe
 •  Bus officials say Football Express losing riders
 •  Police Beat: Man arrested in gun-threat incident
 •  Man, 23, found not guilty in negligent-homicide case
 •  UH-Utah State football game on TV 10 a.m. tomorrow
 •  Water spout near Maui capped yesterday's wet weather
 •  Cal's nationally ranked football team has Hawaii flavor
 •  Honoka'a High to get new bathrooms
 •  Japanese Cultural Center executive director to retire
 •  $1.7 million in upgrades slated for six public schools
 •  Kumu hula George Holokai dies
 •  Citing expenses, Kaiser cutting 45 employees
 •  Hilton launches second time-share at Waikoloa
 •  State touts potential for local biodiesel production
 •  Stocks post third straight drop as oil rises amid threats

Local News
 •  City Council gives rail transit big thumbs-up
 •  Despite more rain, Pali hill safe, tunnels open Photo gallery Video
 •  Boy pulled from torrent just in time
 •  Sales of previously owned homes on O'ahu slow down
 •  Isolation squeezes Kaupo livelihoods
WORLD'S FISHING STOCK DECLINING
 •  No more fish to eat by 2048?
 •  Hawaiian waters protected but not immune to decline
ELECTION
 •  Akaka taking no chances with Thielen
 •  Thielen keeps on soldiering
 •  Jack Johnson urges 'yes' vote on recycling
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Gas and go on hydrogen
EDUCATION
 •  Minutes sought on charter school firing
POLICE BEAT
 •  Man, 59, charged in threat case
WEATHER
 •  Not exactly the perfect storm, but heavy-duty
 •  Dams, reservoirs holding up in heavy rains
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  OHA approves $75 million biennium budget
BIG ISLAND
 •  Big Isle man held in slaying of woman at Pana'ewa forest
OTHER NEWS
 •  Pew trust gives up on fishermen buyouts
 •  Community calendar
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Another outage in Waipahu area
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH rocking on defense
 •  Vulcans face big challenge in 'Bows
 •  Kamana'o sets WAC mark in UH win
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Look out for the Runnin' Rainbows
UH WOMEN'S SOCCER
 •  Nevada ends Hawai'i's season, 3-0
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Leilehua faces Kahuku in OIA Red semifinals
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  Rough Rider girls win in three Photo gallery
 •  Rough Rider boys use solid defense to get by Kalaheo Photo gallery
 •  Nordyke, Ka'aihue lift Punahou into state tourney
MARTIAL ARTS
 •  Palolo fighter parlays 'hobby' into success
RECREATION
 •  Foot history aids in shoe selection
 •  Tow-in tour will kick off in Hawai'i
 •  Women's 7th night doubles set for Kailua
 •  Kawano named USA women's boxing coach
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Ex-UH golfer tied for 20th at Q-school
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Utah State attendance taking hit

Island Life
 •  Peek inside the magic closet of a style diva
 •  Deadly bacteria in foods evolving
 •  Produce demand comes at a cost
 •  Share your holiday spirit with a tale or two
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  The sad, squalid lives of captive chimps
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Blue flowers are a rarity in the tropics
 •  Garden calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  DJ BassX heats it up
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Ongoing Events
 •  Neighbor Islands

Business
 •  ID theft aid offered as perk to bank customers
 •  Home sales grow with new condos
 •  Tatibouet home on auction block
REAL ESTATE
 •  Hawai'i real estate report
 •  30-year mortgages drop to 6.31%
INTERNET
 •  Shoppers get 'up-sell' come-on to buy online
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  New inflation concerns extend market decline
 •  United Artists back in star hands
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hyatt workers ratify new pact

Opinion
 •  Maui hospital battle sounds call for reform
 •  Permit system worked in 'Aina Haina case
COMMENTARY
 •  GOP banking on rural America electorate
 •  Catching the dream in the winter league
 •  Letters to Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Fresh cocktails: The secret is in the juice
NIGHTLIFE
 •  Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  The sad, squalid lives of captive chimps
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
DINING
 •  Fried and true: The dish on rice Poll
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
 •  Buzzing about ...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands