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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 16, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Wal-Mart donates water, cleanup kits to quake victims
 •  Bioenergy workshop set for Oct. 27
 •  Mauna Lani Resort open for business following quake
 •  Camile Velasco to perform at Flavors of Technology
 •  Hawaii Winter Baseball League reschedules games
 •  Sports tomorrow
 •  Sports on TV, radio tomorrow
 •  Three injured in head-on crash on Farrington
 •  Three injured in head-on crash on Farrington
 •  Power outages still being reported
 •  Two Schofield soldiers killed
 •  Two Schofield soldiers killed
 •  Two Schofield soldiers killed
 •  Sports on TV, radio today
 •  Sports Today
 •  Flash flood watch issued for all islands except Kaua'i
 •  Road crews will be busy this week
 •  Severe thunderstorm warning for Kaua'i
 •  Highway flooded on Big Island
 •  Severe weather warning for Big Island
 •  Foundation urges damaged historic sites be rebuilt
 •  Eighty aftershocks registered in first 24 hours
 •  Quakes topple chimney at historic Manoa home
 •  Harbor closure halts deep-sea water exports
 •  Complaints of price gouging unfounded
 •  Traffic lights at 60 intersections on O'ahu remain down
 •  Upon review, quake generates four-inch tsunami
 •  Kaua'i officials say quakes didn't cause power outages
 •  Water wagons set up around Nu'uanu Valley
 •  Salvation Army offers assistance to quake victims
 •  Red Cross sets up earthquake hotline
 •  Big Island homeowners report quake damage
 •  FEMA workers arriving on Big Island
 •  Engineers to inspect Big Isle bridge, highway
 •  Nu'uanu Valley residents asked to conserve water
 •  Public Utilities Commission to probe power outage
 •  Soccer coach enters not-guilty plea via video
 •  Flash flood warning issued for Maui until 2:15 p.m.
 •  Big Isle power cost at $3M to $5M
 •  Three injured in head-on crash on Farrington
 •  Oceanic: Reboot before calling in cable problem
 •  Work on fixing traffic lights continues around O'ahu
 •  Ten flights rescheduled for today
 •  Power outages still being reported
 •  O'ahu refineries to resume gas production tomorrow
 •  Two Schofield soldiers killed
 •  Air travelers urged to call and confirm reservations
 •  Box jellyfish warning continues today
 •  Quake expected to have minimal impact on economy
 •  Oahu blackout similar to major Mainland interruptions
 •  Police Beat: Taxi driver robbed near Diamond Head
 •  Four-car accident slows traffic near Waiawa overpass
 •  Police ordered to remain on duty to help with traffic
 •  Insurance companies receive 200 quake-related claims
 •  Big orchid show starts Friday
 •  UH's Brennan WAC Offensive Player of Week again
 •  Power restored islandwide
 •  School closures updated
 •  Classes to resume at UH Manoa Monday
 •  Jake Shimabukuro to perform at HIFF closing night
 •  Pearl Jam to play own concert week before U2 show
 •  Several cultural events cancelled or rescheduled
 •  Surf hits nine feet, but dropping quickly
 •  Several cultural events cancelled or rescheduled
 •  Stocks rise, Dow edges closer to 12,000

Local News
 •  Voters can change city's ways
 •  Rising stars face off in Makiki
 •  Women's correctional center to ban smoking by inmates
 •  New Kaua'i bus routes ease workers' commutes
 •  Army chief pushing for funds
 •  Hawai'i rattles, then loses power statewide
 •  Automated system cut power to all
 •  For most part, residents roll with quakes, find quality time
 •  West Hawai'i suffers road closures, building damage
 •  Estimated times of departure? Forget about it
 •  Scientists don't know what led Earth to shake
 •  Big Isle hotels, highways damaged, but no one badly hurt
 •  Perry, Price provide 'therapy' to shaken listeners
 •  What to know and do before next disaster
 •  Technicians respond to 50 stuck elevators
 •  Lack of damage was no surprise with new code
 •  Food, essentials snapped up by crowds
 •  Worshippers adjust after outage
 •  Earthquake shook Lingle into action
 •  Isle's emergency responders put to the test
 •  Discount for drugs derailed
 •  For the Environment
 •  Obituaries
 •  Change of light adds efficiency

 •  Streak end least of Rainbows' concerns
 •  Ochoa rallies past Sorenstam; Wie places 17th
 •  31 are suspended after foot-brawl
 •  Rookie Matteson wins first PGA title
 •  Surging Saints upend Eagles
 •  T.O. gives another Texas team fits
 •  Ohio State-Michigan might be game of ages
 •  Elam, defense boost Denver past Oakland
 •  Boise State holds off next UH foe, NMSU
 •  Mets go deep to sink Cards
 •  Detroit savoring first Series shot since 1984
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Warriors now eyeing lofty goals

Island Life
 •  Whirlwind of work
 •  Paddle surfing sees a surge in fans
 •  Savvy is not crooks' strong suit in 'Knights'
 •  Nostalgic for instant pleasures
 •  Brighter is not always better
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Plenty of pumpkins await Hawai'i revelers
 •  3 O'ahu papers to publish weekly
 •  Virtual office a trendy option
 •  Enrollments dropping in computer science
 •  Training session benefits its leader, too
 •  Struggling at work? Could be the 'father factor'
 •  Holiday hiring may be tight
 •  Leadership corner
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Anzai case opens door for talks on policies
 •  PBS Hawaii deserves birthday aloha, kokua
 •  Challenge for U.S. is to limit Korea threat
 •  Honolulu cannot afford to delay rail decision
 •  Letters to the Editor