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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 16, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Alexander & Baldwin's Doane reports on 2007 outlook
 •  ATA Airlines expands its bulk ticket buying program
 •  Fitch gives UH bonds an 'A+' rating
 •  Luke and Laura: 25 years of soapy wedded bliss
 •  Gov. Lingle to address Thanksgiving Day service
 •  Santana wins AL Cy Young Award
 •  New York's Pacifika film festival invites submissions
 •  Ohio State's Tressel cool during Michigan week
 •  Woods two shots back in Japan tournament
 •  NFL Picks: Cowboys will knock off Colts
 •  Accident backing up H-3 traffic near Harano Tunnel
 •  Sports Friday: State football playoffs
 •  Sports Thursday: State boys volleyball tournaments
 •  On Air Friday: UH women's basketball vs. Georgetown
 •  On Air Thursday: State boys volleyball finals
 •  Agbayani, Isle youths on Japan baseball tour
 •  Accident at Harano Tunnel slows H-3 commuters
 •  Expect heavy traffic through Pearl City, 'Aiea
 •  Traffic backing up at H-1/H-2 merge
 •  France inspects N. Korean ship, finds nothing illegal
 •  Tsunami experts to talk about quake's aftermath
 •  Early-bird commuters enjoying easy cruise into town
 •  Hurricane Sergio weakening in the Pacific
 •  Up to 80 kidnap victims still held in Iraq
 •  Governor to hold news conference on smoking ban
 •  City to put up Christmas tree this morning
 •  Bush urges allies to oppose nuclear-armed North Korea
 •  Youths on rampage in Tongan capital
 •  UH to mark centennial with thousands of scholarships
 •  Perfect end for Punahou boys D1 state volleyball team
 •  Revamped Maryknoll boys win state D2 volleyball title
 •  Third Hawai'i Marine killed in Iraq this week identified
 •  Dozens camp out for PlayStation 3
 •  Second Hawai'i Marine killed in Iraq Tuesday identified
 •  One dead in morning fire at 'Ewa Beach home
 •  Police Beat: Man arrested in jewelry theft
 •  'Iolani Palace marks King Kalakaua's birthday today
 •  Thursday's boys state volleyball scores
 •  Pu'uloa Road improvements continue
 •  Trade winds will offer brief relief today
 •  Coast Guard helping Dutch Navy ship with medical evac
 •  Public transit meeting slated for tonight
 •  CompUSA's Hawai'i stores to open on Thanksgiving
 •  Boy, 3, struck by vehicle pulling into car port
 •  Man who used hammer in argument charged
 •  Police arrest one escapee, search for another
 •  North Shore getting 3- to 6-foot surf
 •  State raising doctors' pay for workers' comp patients
 •  Outlook still solid for Hawai'i's hotel industry
 •  Cinnamon Girl among new retailers at Windward Mall
 •  IRS has $674K in unclaimed checks for local taxpayers
 •  New scam targets local credit union members
 •  Clear Channel radio network OKs $26.7B takeover
 •  Op Pro surf event on for women
 •  UH punter Milne enjoys team's success from sidelines

Local News
 •  Tsunami pays brief visit to Islands Photo gallery Video
 •  All public schools under fiscal scrutiny
 •  Civil Defense ready to act
 •  Kaua'i-born general 'was right'
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Keep that cooking oil out of drains Video
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Kane'ohe Marine killed
 •  Isle Guard troops going to Indonesia
EDUCATION
 •  Teens immersed in Japanese Video
 •  School a stable force for students on the go
 •  Urban, rural brawls
 •  Portables are in, instruments, too Photo gallery
COURTS
 •  Former caregiver indicted in $86,000 theft
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Delay in tax hike gets first approval
BIG ISLAND
 •  On Big Island, work goes on after October earthquakes
OTHER NEWS
 •  At myAdvertiser.com, people power the news
 •  Many in Japan fled from coast
 •  Tonga rioters demand reforms
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Advocates for homeless warned
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Quijote is taking care of citation
OBITUARIES
 •  Muriel 'Lani' Giugni, 80, widow of top Inouye aide
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Mane attraction at UH
 •  Big Island Warriors sweep Roosevelt Photo gallery
 •  Hawai'i barely beats Boise
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Saturday's turnstiles may click past 30,000
 •  Pay TV may be reviewed
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Oregon-raised 'Bows eyeing Sunday special
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Trojans wary of Bears' potent offense
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  Hana, Maryknoll advance to DII final
 •  Defending champ Buffanblu blow past Kalaheo
GOLF REPORT
 •  Hamamoto, Hayashi fueled by 'pride thing'
 •  Aloha Section PGA sets pro-ams
 •  Hawai'i's best to tee off in state open
 •  PGA of America helps juniors grow
 •  Avoiding long putt brings ace
SURFING
 •  Teens able to take heat as Op Pro women opens
BASEBALL
 •  Sharks edge BeachBoys, 2-1
ISLE FILE
 •  BYUH's Peters on elite team
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Football attendance in free fall

Island Life
 •  Exercising to the core with Pilates Video
 •  LCC puts on splendid 'Arabian Nights'
 •  'Strike Zone' taping on Lana'i
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  Makeover meals trim calories
THEATER
 •  Engaging monologue dares you to walk out
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  It's all in the cards big time
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Plantation Village hosts Emme's Christmas show

Business
 •  HawTel service issues will take months to fix
 •  Kaiser Permanente continues to struggle
 •  Christmas trees on way to Islands
 •  New director for economic development
AIRLINES
 •  Delta cool to US Airways takeover bid
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Claiming deduction for home office will attract IRS attention
 •  Retiring boomers being courted income planning strategies
 •  Prepaid card for teens launched
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Medical errors spur calls for cost waiver
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Sunset on Beach has '07 sponsor
GREG WILES
 •  Online shopping is different

Opinion
 •  Kuilima has bridges to build with residents
 •  City properties can help housing problem
COMMENTARY
 •  Tampa toll way deserves attention here
 •  Dems' bark may be worse than their bite
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  Engaging monologue dares you to walk out
 •  TGI Thursday