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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 13, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Investment firms reportedly eye Clear Channel bid
 •  Kaimuki-'Iolani playoff time changed
 •  Senior citizens, armed services get UH ticket deal
 •  UH students can get pizza certificate at hoop game
 •  New Kaua'i Costco cuts into Cost-U-Less sales
 •  Video of Jones press conference tomorrow
 •  Fundraiser tonight for man's medical expenses
 •  Realtors group names Scott Bradley regional VP
 •  Hau'ula-based subcontractor teams with California firm
 •  UH-Nevada hoops game Feb. 3 on ESPN2
 •  State D1 and D2 volleyball highlights sports tomorrow
 •  Basketball, state volleyball highlight tomorrow's TV
 •  NFL, state volleyball, UH hoops highlight today's TV
 •  Hilton offers Food Network Travel Package in Hawai'i
 •  UH women's volleyball ranked No. 13
 •  State expands hours to help with new tax surcharge
 •  UH hoops coach Wallace to chat on Tsai's blog
 •  Surprise: No Warrior WAC player of the week
 •  Usual bottlenecks greet morning commuters
 •  Earlybird commuters moving with ease
 •  Schofield solder killed in Iraq identified
 •  Power restored to some Kane'ohe residents
 •  U.S. commander: China sub came close to carrier group
 •  Most of 'Ewa Beach without water
 •  Say to stay as House speaker
 •  Turtle Bay lawsuit dismissed
 •  World Invitational Hula Festival awards announced
 •  Local mixed martial arts group signs Showtime deal
 •  UH's Brennan among 10 to watch for top Camp honor
 •  Water main breaks cut service in Ka'a'awa, Manoa
 •  Police Beat: Five teens arrested in tie to robbery
 •  Woman arrested in police officer assault incident
 •  Schofield soldier killed in Iraq identified
 •  Holiday festivities set for Hawai'i Kai Towne Center
 •  A&B sets date to sell condos at below market price
 •  Moloka'i Ranch to renovate Kaluakoi for $30 million
 •  Waikiki New Year's Eve attractions announced
 •  Events slated for Homelessness Awareness Week
 •  Ko'o Hana No'eau arts application process under way
 •  Boys state Division II volleyball results
 •  UH beats Coppin State in men's basketball, 79-67
 •  Boys state Division I volleyball results
 •  State pension fund earns 3.63% in latest quarter
 •  Conde Nast rates Hawaiian Airlines as No. 3 in nation
 •  Airline seats to Hawai'i to rise 7.8% in next 3 months
 •  Scattered showers in afternoon forecast
 •  Op Pro Triple Crown surf event postponed
 •  Best surf should be along north, east shores today
 •  NCL sees 'challenging road' for local cruise operations

Local News
 •  Old-timers rue new rules on surf-racks
 •  Driver in Big Island crash had two DUIs
 •  More hands held out, but less food to give away
 •  HI-5 refund accuracy studied
 •  Navy forging ties with Beijing
 •  Baby expo entertains everyone
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Are veterans at higher risk of ALS?
 •  Recruiting woes to get panel's attention
 •  Slaying near Pentagon remains unsolved
 •  Youth measured up to Lincoln
EDUCATION
 •  SAT advice offered for free
BIG ISLAND
 •  Public facilities on O'ahu, Maui eligible for added help after quakes
OTHER NEWS
 •  Sculpture celebrates master kapa maker
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Mo-ped rider dies from injuries
 •  Obituaries
JAN TENBRUGGENCATE
 •  Big shifts in sea level over time

Sports
 •  UH bids farewell to seniors with big win Photo gallery
 •  Hawai'i defense gets more bad news
 •  MVP Ching leads Houston to title
 •  Wallace says home opener a must-win game for 'Bows
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Hawai'i Bowl has eye on UCLA
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  Punahou boys aim for third straight state volleyball title
FOOTBALL
 •  Hawai'i Pros
BASEBALL
 •  Desmond's hot bat lifts Waikiki to win
ISLE FILE
 •  Sela sweeps Joseph to win Waikoloa tennis tourney
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Different styles, yet lot of wins

Island Life
 •  In Quake zone
 •  HPU's Loo Theatre debuts with 'Lion'
 •  Reminder to guys: no nose picking!
MOVIES
 •  Kazakhs gloriously cashing in
MIKE GORDON
 •  Paella chef feels heat of tradition
TELEVISION
 •  Series chronicles journey to the summit
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Weight gain tied to higher gas usage
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

Business
 •  Car-loan program helps folks get to work
 •  You're not just stealing a pen you're rebelling
 •  Office junk food can be hard to avoid
WORKPLACE
 •  Workers pay high price for constant overtime
 •  PDA-related injuries can be legal headache for employer
 •  Making boss' flaws public can have severe drawbacks
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Leadership corner
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  GOP must develop for two-party system
 •  Charter schools need a stronger advocate
COMMENTARY
 •  Time to restore the lost art of conversation
 •  Homeless could start new, communal life
 •  Letters to the Editor