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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 7, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Former Kahuku star Fonoti signs with Dolphins
 •  Voter turnout increasing as day wears on
 •  Voter turnout increasing as day wears on
 •  Neighbor Island voter turnout lagging
 •  Few snafus as voters hit the polls
 •  Kaiser Health Plan quarterly profit up 36% nationwide
 •  Charter Commission clarifies stand on blank votes
 •  Charter Commission clarifies stand on blank votes
 •  Big Island site temporarily loses its only machine
 •  Local CPAs help promote financial literacy program
 •  Outback Steakhouse to be sold for $3.2 billion
 •  Poll workers brace for afternoon rush
 •  Poll workers brace for afternoon rush
 •  Fuel cell seminar set Nov. 13-17 at Convention Center
 •  Elderly man passes out at Ka'ala polling station
 •  Elderly man passes out at Ka'ala polling station
 •  Ticket discounts to UH football game vs. LaTech
 •  Station 99.5 KHUI gets new program director, format
 •  Former Warrior McBriar still No. 1 in NFL in punting
 •  Girls state volleyball semifinals top sports tomorrow
 •  Girls State volleyball tournaments top sports today
 •  All polls now open
 •  Girls state volleyball semifinals on TV Wednesday
 •  Girls state volleyball on TV today
 •  NI officials warn campaigners to stay clear of sites
 •  At 'Aina Haina, turnout good but no ink in pens
 •  Some polling places don't open on time
 •  Handful of polling places don't open on time
 •  Makiki resident first in line as polls open
 •  Tuesday's state volleyball tournament results
 •  UH's Brennan among national QB award nominees
 •  Burglary suspect charged
 •  Top offensive prep player commits to play for Warriors
 •  Jaguars re-sign Chad Owens to practice squad
 •  UH's Brennan earns USA Today player of week award
 •  Part of Koko Crater Trail cordoned off
 •  Electricity out for some Alewa Heights residents
 •  Jake Shimabukuro to perform with Symphony Pops
 •  No tsunami generated from New Guinea earthquake
 •  Trade winds show up for election day
 •  Surf expected to be 4 to 6 feet on northern shores
 •  Kalahikiola Church members vote to rebuild
 •  Friday's movie openings
 •  Maui October median home price lowest since July '05
 •  Wall Street up ahead of congressional election results
 •  ML Macadamia Orchards 3rd quarter earnings fall 28%
 •  Go! October load factor falls after quakes shut airports
 •  Trump goes online to tout his Waikiki condo project
 •  No road work slated for today

Local News
 •  DNA links suspect to Kailua burglaries
 •  Poll shifts filled as state preps for Election Day
 •  Siblings' work helps identify cancer
 •  Pali landslide could cost $100K
 •  NTSB releases accident reports
ELECTION
 •  Obama tops campaign trail A-list
SCIENCE
 •  Web may offer best Mercury view
OTHER NEWS
 •  Community calendar
 •  What's open and closed
 •  Dispute leaves sewer work in limbo
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Slashing victim stays in hospital
OBITUARIES
 •  Hotel executive personified aloha spirit
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Sore knee won't stop Warrior safety Peters
 •  Valiere barrels to first pro win
 •  Hawai'i Huskies hunger for home
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  No snow, nice beach: Life good for Owsley
UH BASEBALL
 •  Idaho prep pitcher says he's UH-bound
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Standings/statistics
 •  Some Damien players march to own tune
 •  Upcoming football games
 •  Advertiser football poll
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  La Pietra sweeps past Hawai'i Prep
 •  Kahuku, Moanalua triumph Photo gallery
 •  Punahou rolls by McKinley, 25-19, 25-15
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Milestone for Sacred Hearts soccer
BASEBALL
 •  Cubs catcher Barrett spreading aloha spirit
ISLE FILE
 •  Rainbow Wahine's Sanders honored
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Klingler ready to pass it on

Island Life
 •  Her love, his life
 •  Poetry inspired by suburbs, not sunsets
PARENTING
 •  No new instrument if child slacks on practice
LEILA WAI
 •  Song just for you is out there
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Recognizing a legacy
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Ex-Krush, Klub singer Ibach welcomes little one

Business
 •  Deep-sea water bottler operating off O'ahu
 •  Kyo-ya eatery to close next year
 •  HEI sales for 2006 expected to drop
 •  Kaiser opens search for new Hawai'i leader
TOURISM
 •  Gates, Saudi prince offer $3.7B for Four Seasons
 •  Earthquake damage to Kohala Ditch ends popular rides
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Microsoft to offer TV shows, films with Xbox Live service
 •  Get the most out of iTunes
RETAIL
 •  Taco Del Mar set to launch at Kunia center

Opinion
 •  It's now your turn make your vote count
 •  Saddam case must not blunt drive for peace
COMMENTARY
 •  Pew unable to negotiate early end to fishery
 •  The long and (sometimes) amusing road
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday