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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 4, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Rainbow Wahine roll to 104-42 win over HPU
 •  Kamehameha holds off Punahou, 27-20
 •  Iolani-Damien in playoff for ILH Division II football title
 •  UH-Utah State football statistics
 •  Kane'ohe's Wilson 20th in Tour Championship
 •  XCel Pro surf event postponed
 •  US beats Canada in soccer to win Peace Queen Cup
 •  Winter baseball tops Sunday's sports events
 •  UH men, women hoops top today's sports calendar
 •  Colts-Patriots NFL game hilghlights Sunday's TV events
 •  Football galore on today's TV schedule
 •  UH-Utah State football game at 10 a.m. today
 •  Warriors accept Hawai'i Bowl berth
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep Utah State in volleyball
 •  Kahele ousted as Teamsters leader
 •  Big Island homicide victim identified
 •  Warriors rout Utah State, 63-10; Brennan sets marks
 •  UH men whip UH-Hilo in exhibition basketball
 •  ROTC cadets fall out from heat exhaustion
 •  Honolulu Marathon satellite race in Iraq set
 •  Head-on collision claims life of 25-year-old man
 •  Pedestrian struck last night in Wahiawa dies
 •  Man hospitalized with head, body injuries from crash
 •  Bigger swells on the way; sunny weather on tap

Local News
 •  WWII miniseries may be filmed in Hawai'i
 •  Bishop urges owner to reconsider Kukui sale
 •  Many of Hawai'i's runways too short
 •  Need is great, but challenges remain
 •  Judge finds road's condition 'underlying cause' of fatal crash
ELECTION
 •  Veterans of Foreign Wars' PAC backs Duckworth's foe
POLICE
 •  Driver killed in head-on Farrington collision
 •  Pole toppled in copper-theft try Video
 •  Kailua man found slashed in throat
SCIENCE
 •  Healthy workplaces recognized
BIG ISLAND
 •  Big Isle man charged in murder
MAUI
 •  Makeshift bridge to open by Dec. 1
 •  Mom thanks driver for saving son in fast water
OTHER NEWS
 •  What's open and closed
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Sale benefits ailing principal
OBITUARIES
 •  George Holokai, 76, kumu hula, musician
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Hawai'i wards off cold, warms to task at hand
 •  Aggies suffering growing pains
 •  Former Warrior Owens waived by Jacksonville
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  UH takes exhibition series over Long Beach
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Rainbows serious for game with Vulcans
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Stout defense helps Seariders roll to 7-6 victory over Mililani
 •  Mata'afa breaks long one as Red Raiders rush past Leilehua, 13-7
 •  Pac-Five upset denies Damien, 21-20
VOLLEYBALL
 •  BYU-Hawai'i finishes perfect regular season
ISLE FILE
 •  American women win in volleyball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Driven Warriors able to navigate once-rocky road

Island Life
 •  'Tis the season for apple chutney
 •  Happy Arbor Day! Make like a tree to get your free plant
 •  'Iolani Palace hosts free tours for kama'aina
 •  See 'ukulele masters, get lessons for free! on Maui
 •  Get out the vote and get out for great Hawaiian lineup
 •  Makaha Sons, pals jam for Tahiti trip
MOVIES
 •  'The Land Has Eyes' comes out on DVD
PETS
 •  How pets affect vacation plans
 •  Selectively-bred cat won't make you 'cat-choo!'
FASHION
 •  Isle style scene sparkles with unique jewelry
FAITH
 •  Guides warn on politicking
 •  Religion searches for relevance
 •  Military split on role of religion
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  Music fest inspires student
FAITH BRIEFS
 •  Coptic Church to ordain priest
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Holiday contest for readers' tales
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

Business
 •  Home sales on Kaua'i, Big Island slow down
 •  Kaiser plans to trim 45 jobs
 •  Waikoloa resort offers 198 units
 •  Maui County farmers embrace 'fresh' idea
 •  Real estate sales, startup costs hurt Maui Land & Pine
REAL ESTATE
 •  Realtors' $40M ads designed to pump up sales
AGRICULTURE
 •  Grocery chains demand clean produce
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Companies attempt to draw energy from ocean
CONSUMER
 •  Marketers see gold mine in gay travel
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Biodiesel could cut imports 20%

Opinion
 •  Public radio needs to remain independent
COMMENTARY
 •  Women candidates go into attack mode
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  'The Land Has Eyes' comes out on DVD
 •  TGI Saturday