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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 27, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Two H-1 lanes to close tonight, tomorrow in 'Aiea
 •  SCORE of Hawaii announces team of officers
 •  Rainbow Wahine still ranked No. 12
 •  UH's Houston is WAC volleyball player of week
 •  Alabama makes it official: Shula fired
 •  Sports Tuesday: Governors Cup golf tops events
 •  On the air: All basketball on Tuesday
 •  Hawaii Bowl tickets on sale
 •  Melissa Rupert of Maui wins entrepreneurial award
 •  Expert on child sex abuse to meet with police
 •  Traffic slow through H-1/H-2 merge
 •  UH's Jones finalist for national coaching award
 •  Damien lineman Tau says he will attend Arizona
 •  H-1 overpass work to close 'ewa lanes starting tonight
 •  Fourth Kane'ohe Marine killed last week in Iraq
 •  Military identifies third Kane'ohe Marine killed in Iraq
 •  Sand replenishment work under way at Waikiki beach
 •  Wal-Mart adds Hawai'i to generic drug program
 •  Police Beat: 4 females allegedly beat, robbed woman
 •  Unfounded quake, tsunami rumor postpones siren test
 •  UH announces promotions for Saturday's football game
 •  Missing surfer turns up at home this morning
 •  H-1 traffic remains congested in Pearl City area
 •  Morning commute slow into town
 •  High surf advisory in effect until noon
 •  Aloha Airlines passengers can take extra bag for free
 •  Mild weather expected through tomorrow
 •  Work to replace H-1 pedestrian overpass this week
 •  Transit meeting at Radford High School tonight

Local News
 •  For teen, itís sun, surf ó and a salary
 •  Motorcycle officer dies
 •  Earthquake, tsunami hoax alarms hundreds on O'ahu
 •  OHA push for Akaka bill topped $2M
 •  No plans to ship O'ahu's trash
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Kirkuk hospital, clinics receive medical aid
 •  Recruiting school dropouts
 •  Congress may address GI Bill
ENVIRONMENT
 •  For the environment
WILDLIFE
 •  Spread of feral animals forcing confrontation
MAUI
 •  Maui L&P plans trail linking 5 beaches
OTHER NEWS
 •  Bush offers condolences to family of HPD officer
 •  Family leaves homelessness behind
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Drowning victim came from Japan
 •  Obituaries
JAN TENBRUGGENCATE
 •  Keep the holidays green, easy
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Baby's first Christmas, finding a home on her mind

Sports
 •  Rainbow Wahine headed to Long Beach
 •  Warriors rise in national rankings
 •  Wallace hopes early travels pay off later
 •  Grice, Tambini fight off flu-like symptoms to help topple Gonzaga Photo gallery
FOOTBALL
 •  UCLA or Arizona St. are bowl's top choices
 •  Hawai'i Pros
ISLE FILE
 •  Fort Lewis rolls past UH-Hilo
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Oregon St. making most of trip

Island Life
 •  Hair Sculptor
 •  Take the holidays 1 week at a time
 •  Actor, hero living the dream
TELEVISION
 •  'Big Day' sort of like '24' with a wedding
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Take the holidays 1 week at a time
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Clean and shiny world
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

Business
 •  Royalties paid to UH down 13 percent
 •  Stylin' uniforms? For sure
 •  Holidays provide 'wonderful' time to score a new job
 •  Janitors' strike draws attention
WORKPLACE
 •  When to report an office affair
 •  Great workers challenge conventional wisdom
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Leadership Corner
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Early surge in holiday spending
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  City preparedness limited Ala Wai spill
 •  There is no excuse for celebrities' racist rants
COMMENTARY
 •  Oil is addictive ó but it's not running out
 •  Black activists should wage war on N-word
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Hair Sculptor
TELEVISION
 •  'Big Day' sort of like '24' with a wedding
 •  TGI Monday