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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 23, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Big Island robbery suspect sought
 •  Waikola Elementary reopening tomorrow
 •  Consumer Advocate seeks formal power outage probe
 •  Five-time Honolulu Marathon winner takes third
 •  Prep volleyball playoffs highlight Tuesday's sports
 •  Two-for-one football tickets for UH alumni members
 •  World Series Game 3 highlights Tuesday's TV schedule
 •  Tuesday's World Series on 1080 AM radio
 •  Golfer Wilson ranked 19th in PGA money earnings
 •  Tani's Lunchwagon closed for renovations
 •  UH's McKnight to be guest on Stephen Tsai's blog
 •  Fishery bans shark feeding in federal waters
 •  News release: Hamakua Farms, others win ag awards
 •  Hawaiian Airlines hires Sealey, former ATA, UA exec
 •  Bumper-to-bumper traffic greets morning commuters
 •  Ala Moana landscaping continues
 •  $2 million estimated to repair Waimea reservoirs
 •  FEMA now has aid for Big Island homes, businesses
 •  Hawai'i officials hope for expanded federal aid today
 •  Consumer Advocate seeks formal power outage probe
 •  Waikoloa Elementary reopening tomorrow
 •  Big Island police looking into alleged threats
 •  B.I. police seek help in HELCO robbery
 •  State gets $10 million for substance abuse programs
 •  New Kapolei Wal-Mart subject of tonight's meeting
 •  Man arrested for punching football coach
 •  Road rage case turns into murder investigation
 •  Police Beat: Gardener threatens another with pruner
 •  'Oklahoma!' extended at Paliku Theatre
 •  Muslims gather at Magic Island this morning to celebrate the end of Ramadan
 •  Bodyboarder who died at Sandy Beach identified
 •  Elderly woman killed in house fire identified
 •  Car crash kills one teen, critically injures another
 •  Paraglider who died Saturday identified
 •  HECO meets with public at 2 p.m. on blackout
 •  Hawaii added 700 tech jobs or 5.4% in 2005
 •  Honolulu gasoline prices top the nation at $2.84
 •  Bank of Hawaii net up $2.1 million in 3rd quarter
 •  High-surf advisory in effect for east shores
 •  Trade winds return to the islands
 •  Fishery panel recommends end to shark feeding
 •  Society of Seven to be honored in Las Vegas
 •  Hawaiian Home Lands awards 350 leases
 •  UH volleyball team ranked No. 15
 •  Purcell, Dickerson earn WAC honors
 •  Horizon matches Matson's cut in fuel surcharge
 •  Blue chips reach new high on optimism about earnings

Local News
 •  Affordable rentals key, Wai'anae homeless say Video
 •  Many help, but needs are just so great
 •  2 families moved into housing
 •  Report says UH-Manoa in 'disrepair,' neglected
 •  Missing forms don't stop race
 •  U.S. House finalists make their differences clear with voters
 •  Crime, housing top issues in 28th race
 •  Walk-in voting starts tomorrow
 •  Ex-spouse benefits act unyielding
 •  'Dog Pound' churns out drill sergeants
 •  Admiral new Southcom chief
 •  UH taps California experts for energy summit
 •  Tragedy again for Waialua friends
 •  Kane'ohe house fire causes $300K damage
 •  For the Enviroment
 •  Charter proposal may help homeless
 •  Make a difference at Church of the Crossroads by lending a hand
 •  3-year-old hurt in fall at Manoa trail
 •  Motorcyclist, 21, crashes in tunnel
 •  Obituaries
 •  Ship lights attract seabirds

 •  Spartans' Irwin scores hat trick against UH
 •  Sharks end their five-game slide, 8-1
 •  Rogers shuts down Cardinals to tie Series
 •  Durant ends five-year winless streak
 •  Michigan is No. 2 in BCS list
 •  Andersen's FG lifts Falcons in OT
 •  Chargers' Merriman reportedly suspended
 •  62-yard FG sinks Eagles, 23-21
 •  Owners, players reach agreement
 •  Perkins fourth in longboard division
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Time, fans, to stand up, be counted

Island Life
 •  Barreling to glory
 •  Sounding American is Killers' instinct
 •  'Lights' shines with small-town honesty
 •  Extended family hard to replace
 •  A kitchen sink drama with backsplash pizzazz
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Lawyer hired in bank probe
 •  No harm in pacing yourself at work
 •  Try nurturing before firing poor workers, experts say
 •  Getting the techs to be creative
 •  Feel like an outsider at work? Humor yourself
 •  Leadership corner
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  City Charter amendments deserve close attention
 •  Republicans' 'big tent' strategy just a dream
 •  Don't oversimplify education's 'boy crisis'
 •  Letters to Editor