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Articles for November 14, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Big Island Warriors beat O'ahu Warriors in state play
 •  UH's Heinemann beats 'Aiea's Lajola in Futures tennis
 •  Hanabusa expected to claim Senate presidency
 •  Former UH punter McBriar still No. 1 in NFL
 •  Modest growth seen for Hawai'i shipping and trucking
 •  Longs Drugs declares dividend of 14 cents per share
 •  UCLA will head to Maui with youth, NCAA title hopes
 •  Boys state volleyball semis highlight sports tomorrow
 •  Boys State volleyball semifinal on TV Wednesday
 •  3 Kamehameha Schools volleyball teams on TV today
 •  State tax department sets year-end workshop series
 •  Slain Schofield soldier leaves wife, daughter on O'ahu
 •  D.R. Horton says home orders drop in Western states
 •  Fish farm raises 5 tons of sashimi-grade Kona Kampachi
 •  Church group to host West O'ahu Thanksgiving lu'au
 •  Traffic backing up through 'Aiea
 •  So far, so good: early morning commute smooth
 •  Water restored to 3,600 Ewa Beach homes
 •  More sticky, humid weather in forecast
 •  Elderly pedestrian struck by car
 •  Surf hitting 4 to 6 feet on east shores
 •  Fishermen, adrift for days, get help
 •  OHA complaint targets Strykers
 •  Soldier's death at Schofield investigated
 •  Wie: 'These kids are the future of Hawai'i'
 •  Hospital confirms closure at end of year
 •  Kahuku Hospital will close, legislator says
 •  BOE releases minutes of meeting where Shon was fired
 •  Wie will play in Sony Open again
 •  UH tallies $2.5 million in earthquake-related damages
 •  New Civil Defense siren tested in Waimanalo
 •  Police Beat:Husband arrested in head-butting incident
 •  Mystery odor prompts Kaua'i classroom evacuations
 •  Kane'ohe-bound Likelike Highway lanes closing nightly
 •  Hanabusa chosen Senate president
 •  Fire department receives grant for new mobile unit
 •  Slain Schofield soldier leaves wife, daughter in Honolulu
 •  Friday movie openings: 'Casino Royale' to 'Happy Feet'
 •  Concert plays on by flashlight during power outage
 •  OSU-Michigan: Remembrances of 'The Game'
 •  'Mighty Mo' benefit to honor Sen. Inouye, Jim Nabors
 •  Water restored to 3,600 'Ewa Beach homes
 •  Hawaiian Telcom: 3rd quarter losses narrow to $43.9M
 •  At $2.86 a gallon, Hawai'i gas price still tops nation
 •  Op pro postponed again
 •  Big Island police searching for store robber

Local News
 •  Turtle Bay plan wins environment battle
 •  City pinpoints 12 sites for transition housing
 •  Wie steps up aid for students
 •  UH students back long rail route
 •  Midlife habits key to long life
 •  New canoe a tribute to Piailug Video
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Say will return as House speaker
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Soldier killed in Iraq identified
EDUCATION
 •  Three 'Blue Ribbon' schools named
ENVIRONMENT
 •  For the Environment
BIG ISLAND
 •  Five killed in crash mourned
 •  Kona on alert for sharks after dead whale
KAUA'I
 •  Grove Farm suit jury deliberations to begin
OTHER NEWS
 •  Pacific islands troll for more private investment
 •  Navigators among 'stars' honored
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Main break cuts water supply
OBITUARIES
 •  Schmitt had knack for every little detail
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH defensive front slowly mending Video
 •  'Bows cruise in home opener Photo gallery
 •  Showtime signs Hilo martial arts group
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Waipahu football now one big happy family
 •  Advertiser football poll
 •  Statistics
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  Waiakea plays No. 1 Punahou after sweeping past Leilehua
 •  Kamehameha-Maui moves on to meet No. 2 Roosevelt
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Gamebreakers
BASEBALL
 •  Kaua'i's Furtado joins Sharks for remainder of Winter season
ISLE FILE
 •  Eight advance in Futures tennis tourney
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Patience pays for Gueye

Island Life
 •  How not! to raise a spoiled brat
 •  'Hot Mom' author not willing to share
 •  For child's sake, don't treat adoption as a big deal
LYNDA ARAKAWA
 •  Memorable trip full of missteps
PETS
 •  Vet's preventive tactics keep pets healthy
 •  Train pets by rewarding good behavior
 •  Daycare goes to the dogs
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Pay a visit to impounded 'Dog'
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Flurry of Christmas CDs announce the season

Business
 •  Affordable housing in Kaka'ako: 63 condos
 •  Solid quarter for state fund
 •  Moloka'i hotel may be reopened
 •  Toyota: Can it keep on truckin'?
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Microsoft in for long haul on entertainment
 •  Help your parents join computer age
WORKPLACE
 •  Organized labor has agenda for Democrats
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Bids reported for radio stations

Opinion
 •  State takes smart step to refine HI-5 program
 •  Donations needed now to ease hunger in Isles
COMMENTARY
 •  Hawai'i has fuel to power energy revolution
 •  Democrats must now build climate of trust
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday