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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 24, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Cal leaves UH out in cold in Alaska Shootout
 •  Gonzaga stuns No. 21 UCLA in Rainbow Wahine Classic
 •  Maui beaches closed after shark sighting
 •  Sports tomorrow: UH-Purdue highlight events
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball match on CSTV
 •  Woman reports rape in her car; man arrested
 •  Your weekend football radio-tv guide
 •  On the air: NFL, NBA highlight tomorrow's events
 •  On the air: USC-Notre Dame tops Saturday's events
 •  UH students can win Vegas trip at UH football game
 •  Eastbound H-1 traffic slow through town
 •  Showers may be brief, but heavy
 •  Swell bringing 8- to 12-foot surf to North Shore
 •  Man feared drowned off Puna
 •  Kahuku stuns Baldwin on final play in state semifinal
 •  No. 1 Saint Louis advances to Division I football final
 •  King Kekaulike beats 'Iolani on final play, 38-37
 •  Kaua'i tops Waipahu in Division II football semifinal
 •  California rolls past Rainbow Warriors, 72-56
 •  Rainbow Wahine capture WAC volleyball tourney title
 •  Rainbow Wahine edge Texas Tech in basketball
 •  Puna woman gets 10 years in theft, forgery case
 •  2nd Kane'ohe Bay Marine killed Wednesday
 •  Maui beaches reopen after shark sighting
 •  Hawaii Film Partners plans new film, animated projects
 •  Man wanted on drug charges
 •  More than 42,000 tickets sold for UH football game
 •  Discount tickets available to UH game against Purdue
 •  Thousands wait in dark for Black Friday bargains
 •  Coaches pick UH men to finish third in MPSF volleyball
 •  H-1 lanes reopen after fatal accident near Punchbowl
 •  Kamehameha Highway reopens after accident
 •  Rollover closes Kamehameha Highway on North Shore
 •  Ehime Maru Memorial gets special visitors today
 •  Visitor arrivals rise 3.5 percent first three weeks in November
 •  City's Waikiki food concession up for bid
 •  Jobless claims rise 21 percent in past week

Local News
 •  No great shakes just an aftershock
 •  Hawai'i airports to get more parking spaces
 •  Turkey and a side of shopping
 •  Hana hou! Peace Corps veterans back in the field
 •  Two killed in separate crashes
 •  Needy thankful for the volunteers
LEGISLATURE
 •  Newly elected get key duties
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Events mark Pearl Harbor Day's 65th
 •  Kane'ohe Marine, 21, dies in Iraq
EDUCATION
 •  Students lend helping hand
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Waikiki sand plan waiting out waves
BIG ISLAND
 •  Heiau keeper rejects quake repairs
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Company fined for landfill glass
 •  Obituaries
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Tired of concrete floor, family hopes for beds

Sports
 •  UH in WAC title match Photo gallery
 •  Hawai'i holds off Hofstra
 •  Can't take anything away from Warriors
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Owsley in element at Great Alaska Shootout
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Small change for Rainbow Wahine
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Saint Louis, Wai'anae renew rivalry
GOLF
 •  Wie misses cut in Japan Photo gallery
SURFING
 •  Well-traveled Hawai'i contingent glad to be home
BASKETBALL
 •  Local PacWest women get ball rolling
RECREATION
 •  Drinking right fluids just as crucial as drinking enough
 •  Manoa Pop Warner team off to nationals Photo gallery
 •  Karate Championships set for tomorrow
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Hilo men's basketball team loses, 83-70
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Cougars on high when Low scores

Island Life
 •  Gifts of aloha
 •  Pay-per-view's changed the way many watch UH football
 •  'Green solution' turns out glass art
 •  'Filmmakers' reels in iconic 1940s comedies
MUSIC
 •  Slack key takes center stage in latest Hapa album
 •  Billboard hits
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Tenchu: Dark Secret'
THEATER
 •  Listen in as friends look back at old times
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Grow sweet potatoes in your own backyard
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Lighting things up? Tell us about it
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Symphony shakin' it with Shimabukuro
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Slack key takes center stage in latest Hapa album

Business
 •  Midway set to spread its tourism wings again
 •  College leaders' salaries soaring
 •  Toys fancier, pricier this holiday season
REAL ESTATE
 •  Mortgage rates drop amid easing inflation
 •  Home-building executives sending markets mixed signals
ECONOMY
 •  Labor, Wall Street clash on economic policy
 •  Japan's economic spurt still going strong after nearly 5 years
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  2007 may be the year of the breast boom
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Island farmers to tour ship

Opinion
 •  City needs affordable housing incentives
 •  Community dialogue brings better solutions
COMMENTARY
 •  If you want change, you need to be heard
 •  'Borat' takes an unfair swipe at America
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Building on the past
 •  Jay-Z makes a less-than-kingly return
 •  'Filmmakers' reels in iconic 1940s comedies
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  Afterhours: Nightspotting
MUSIC
 •  Slack key takes center stage in latest Hapa album
 •  Billboard hits
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Slack key takes center stage in latest Hapa album
DINING
 •  New on the grapevine: Du Vin downtowng
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Tenchu: Dark Secret'
THEATER
 •  Listen in as friends look back at old times
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands