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Articles for October 21, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Kalani upsets 'Aiea in OIA girls volleyball playoff
 •  Ostrowski helps Punahou defeat Damien, 31-21
 •  World Series, NFL highlight Sunday's TV schedule
 •  Football, World Series highlight today's TV schedule
 •  Your weekend TV football guide
 •  Your weekend TV football guide
 •  Warriors defeat New Mexico State, 49-30
 •  Germany's Stadler, Australia's Jones win Ironman
 •  Waikoloa Reservoirs being drained on Big Island
 •  Postal worker killed in accident
 •  Paraglider dies at Makapu'u
 •  Man leaps to his death at Kapena Falls
 •  Fans turn out for 'Lost' stars
 •  Big Island school to reopen
 •  Kapolei defeats Kailua in OIA football playoff
 •  Kamehameha tops 'Iolani, gets state volleyball berth
 •  Hawaii surf team drops out of world title contention
 •  New figures show voter registration up
 •  Flash flood watch for all islands
 •  North Shore swell moderately large
 •  Wie's first year as pro was hectic, inconsistent but fun

Local News
 •  City sets up plan for future disasters
 •  Health neglect strains main medical facility Photo gallery Video Poll
 •  Many remain gripped by addiction
 •  Global-warming forecasts: from bad to worse
 •  Life term for killer of student from Hawai'i
 •  Tip of a lifetime: trip to Rome
RECOVERING FROM EARTHQUAKES AND BLACKOUTS
 •  Hulihe'e Palace unfit for use
 •  Big Island school damage may not be as costly as thought
ELECTION
 •  Kanahele's response on governance
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  'There's nothing like losing a child. Nothing' Photo gallery
COURTS
 •  Mexican court throws 'Dog' a bone
POLICE
 •  Six arrested in raid of 4 massage parlors
WEATHER
 •  Rains will last a little bit longer
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Anahulu Bridge reopens today
RELIGION/ETHICS
 •  Fitzpatrick new Episcopal bishop Photo gallery
OTHER NEWS
 •  Hilton employees approve contract
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Warriors faces rebuilding Aggies
 •  Saint Louis rallies for victory Photo gallery
 •  'Aiea holds off Castle in OIA Red playoffs Photo gallery
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Both teams expected to dance under stars
 •  There's a lot of old BYU in NMSU
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Kaiser, Waipahu, Kaimuki, Waialua advance to playoffs
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Tight race expected for today's Ironman
ISLE FILE
 •  Hawai'i team fourth in world surfing meet
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Expect plenty of air time

Island Life
 •  Pick a perfect pumpkin
 •  Sunset on the Beach has bonus weekend with film premieres
 •  Belly dance takes center stage at Habibi Hawaii fest
 •  Dad, daughter join drummer on stage
 •  Hula dances honor winds, rains of Isles
 •  Victory over cancer comes with laughs
 •  Jazz Minds celebrates 1st birthday
 •  All things orchid on display
MOVIES
 •  Jackman a showman in 'Prestige,' real life
PETS
 •  Selecting perfect puppy takes homework
 •  Cats share critter catch to express love to you
FASHION
 •  Results of the Fresh F.A.C.E. of Nu'uanu fashion shows
RELIGION/ETHICS
 •  Fitzpatrick new Episcopal bishop Photo gallery
 •  Churches keep trust in God
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Weekly Thoughts
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  God will be there for you in any crisis
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

Business
 •  Macadamia nut industry uniting
 •  108 at Frito-Lay losing their jobs
 •  HawTel restores Internet service
 •  State's jobless rate of 2.5% lowest in U.S.
UTILITIES
 •  Utility officials to discuss causes of power outage
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  The long-term-care downside
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  Coffee shop blends trade with talk
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Enron's Skilling: last man standing
 •  Efficient diesels getting a second look
 •  Billionaires may bid for Aston Martin
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  HawTel granted new deadline

Opinion
 •  Making a difference letting learning thrive
COMMENTARY
 •  Values and faith yes, we should be nervous
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Jackman a showman in 'Prestige,' real life
DANCE
 •  'Footholds' performed with finesse
 •  TGI Saturday