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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 26, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Alabama fires Mike Shula, newspaper reports
 •  U.S. women capture soccer's Gold Cup
 •  Associated Press Top 25 college football poll
 •  USA Today college football coaches poll
 •  High surf advisory remains posted for eastern shores
 •  Earthquake, tsunami rumors false
 •  O'ahu flood warning issued until 12:15 a.m.
 •  HPD officer injured during Bush visit dies
 •  Bush statement on death of HPD officer
 •  Drowning victim was Japanese visitor
 •  Rainbows play Oregon in NCAA opener at Long Beach
 •  Rainbow Wahine basketball team stops Gonzaga
 •  Man dies after being pulled from water at Bellows
 •  Warriors rise to 23rd in coaches poll, 24th in AP poll
 •  Warriors, Brennan dominate NCAA statistics
 •  Tourist robbed at knife point in Waikiki
 •  Four juveniles arrested in stolen car
 •  Woman tells police she stole $300
 •  High surf advisory in effect until 4 p.m.
 •  Big Island brush fire chars 1,500 acres
 •  Light trade winds due to return tomorrow

Local News
 •  School neighbors keep watch over students
 •  O'ahu's rising rents smallest in six years
 •  65 years later, Pearl Harbor survivors still do their duty
 •  Jones wants charges dropped
 •  An especially heaping helping Kau Kau Thanksgiving
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Sand project to block parts of Waikiki Beach
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Group honors Independence Day
OTHER NEWS
 •  Walking down the isles: Maui top choice
 •  Births to unwed mothers jump
 •  Heart disease, cancer state's major killers
 •  Cat colony caretaker, society seek volunteers
 •  Domestic abuse in state called epidemic
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii
 •  Body recovered off Puna beach
OBITUARIES
 •  John Pepper, pioneer in black radio
 •  Obituaries
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Just to feel splash of ocean again

Sports
 •  25th-ranked UH rallies to win its ninth straight Photo gallery Video
 •  Hot start boosts 'Bows in Alaska
 •  UH women fizzle against Arkansas
 •  'Bows not expecting any favors from NCAA
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Offense, defense stepped up when things were going bad
 •  Crowd had a fantastic time at game
 •  UH defense rises to occasion late in game
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Lojeski rebounds to lead the way
SURFING
 •  Bartels leads way into quarterfinals of Roxy Pro women's event
ISLE FILE
 •  Seasiders shoot down Fort Lewis College
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH shows finishing touch

Island Life
 •  Stories of the sages Video
 •  Shoes divine but not made for walking
 •  Got glitter? Cosmetics sparkle for the season
TELEVISION
 •  Hallyu fans dish out to see Korean stars
PETS
 •  Animal companions
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  Tourism boom brings hope and worry to Cambodia
 •  My Old Kentucky Home gussied up in Victorian decor
BOOKS
 •  What I'm reading | Mufi Hannemann
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
 •  'Combat Chaplain' illuminates
 •  Lit Beat
ART
 •  Photographic memory
 •  Art calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Surf, jet-set vicariously through film
'OHANA
 •  I have time to be a hot mom? Get serious!
LOVE STORIES
 •  Newlyweds take cue from their elders
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryout calendar

Business
 •  Home deals sweeten as market sours
 •  Some retailers still rely more on catalogs than Web
 •  Blu-ray, HD-DVD duke it out in stores
 •  DC-10's life as passenger jet almost over
TECHNOLOGY
 •  S. Korea's new digital city is part 'Jetsons,' part Big Brother
 •  Internet executives lead Microsoft makeover
INTERNET
 •  Can social networking sites lure shoppers?
RETAIL
 •  American brands, prices lure foreign shoppers to Black Friday frenzy
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i status report

Opinion
 •  State needs focus on homes, schools, health
COMMENTARY
 •  Submarines focus on terrorism
 •  Broken ground
 •  Mayor takes the Hot Seat on transit
 •  Ah, the good life even when the years creep up
 •  Tech, science jobs are starting to happen here
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Photo of Wie made some readers cringe
 •  Letters to the Editor

Travel
 •  Baja California Sur's soothing spell
 •  What to buy as gifts for travelers?
 •  Walk between Washingtons quaint
 •  Drive-by attraction Americana at its best
HOLOHOLO
 •  Society of Seven to be honored in Vegas
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  Tourism boom brings hope and worry to Cambodia
 •  My Old Kentucky Home gussied up in Victorian decor
 •  Travel almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Las Vegas rakes in stars, diamonds
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Don't be a victim on vacation