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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 31, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  UH chemist to lead study of distant moon
 •  Hawaiian Electric mulls change to debt issuance plan
 •  Hiroshi Fukui to cook contemporary kaiseki dinner Saturday
 •  Armed thieves use roommate to steal motorcycle
 •  Restaurant association hosts Thanksgiving mixer
 •  Honolulu-based CDS to open office in San Diego
 •  Analyst downrades A&B to neutral from overweight
 •  AT&T gets contract for Army services in Hawai'i
 •  UH's Miano answers questions on Tsai's blog
 •  Wilson earns more than $2 million on PGA Tour
 •  Prep volleyball playoffs highlight Wednesday's events
 •  Winter baseball on today's schedule of night events
 •  Xcel Pro postponed today
 •  Boise St.-Fresno St. highlights Wednesday's TV events
 •  NBA season openers highlight Tuesday's TV schedule
 •  Rolling Stones cancel Honolulu concert
 •  Large donation to Red Cross, hospital to be announced
 •  Kamehameha Hwy. in Kahalu`u under a foot of water
 •  Kuhio Beach sand project on hold due to weather
 •  Car crash pins couple between tree, truck
 •  Man allegedly splashes two with gas in fire threat
 •  Big Island council asks to delay launch of Superferry
 •  Flood advisory for Windward O'ahu extended again
 •  Foundation announces $600,000 for quake aid
 •  Saint Louis, Kaua'i named top seeds in state football
 •  Flood advisory for Windward O'ahu extended
 •  Man pulls gun in road-rage incident
 •  Condition of elderly man saved by surfers improving
 •  Police Beat: Thieves use roommate to steal cycle
 •  Big Island man arrested with live chemical grenade
 •  Florida parents mourn Kane`ohe Bay Marine
 •  Three finalists selected for Kamehameha Schools Board
 •  Stones' concert cancelled, refunds start at 1 p.m.
 •  H-1 work set near Likelike offramp
 •  Kai scores in USA win over Australia
 •  UH's Barsi named WAC swimmer of the week
 •  Lam reaps benefits of rise in world tennis rankings
 •  Clog forces 14,000 gallons of untreated sewage to spill
 •  No major snarls for morning commuters
 •  Downed pole closes lane near Honamanu, Pali Momi
 •  High surf warnings for north, east shores
 •  Shinseki named to First Hawaiian Bank Board
 •  UH students' housing costs among highest in country
 •  Flash flood advisory in effect for windward O'ahu
 •  Lanes closed along Kamehameha Highway
 •  Kunia shutdown weighs on Del Monte earnings
 •  Stocks wobble after weak consumer confidence report
 •  Hilton earnings rise 31% in third quarter from year ago

Local News
 •  Shooting at Kalihi site a surprise to officials
 •  Rail option favored; cost is $3.6B-$4.6B Video
 •  Trove of new species at French Frigate Shoals
 •  Hirono, Hogue far apart on issues
 •  Tough finance issues await school board
 •  How to help the homeless
ELECTION
 •  On Big Isle, growth is key
 •  Campaign focuses on record in Congress
COURTS
 •  Death penalty trial set for 2007
 •  Vegas man gets 23 years for role in Maui ice ring
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Even 'no build' option will cost hundreds of millions
OTHER NEWS
 •  Engineer, HPD officer gain top yearly awards
 •  North Shore grants free treat
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Motorcycle crash puts 2 in hospital
OBITUARIES
 •  Insurance executive William T. Hiraoka
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH shores up defense
 •  Hawai'i Bowl poised to invite UH
 •  Hawai'i's Kamana'o WAC Player of Week
 •  Hawai'i surfers still in mix at Xcel Pro at Sunset
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Football standings, statistics
 •  This week's football games
 •  Advertiser football poll
 •  Kim believes in giving, as well as receiving
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Gamebreakers
BASEBALL
 •  Working in Winter enjoyable to Lum
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Out to set a double standard

Island Life
 •  Beware the horrors of your imagination!
 •  Remember: For trick-or-treaters, it's safety first
CATHERINE E. TOTH
 •  Halloween advice for adults
PETS
 •  Some black cats won't be out at Halloween
 •  Doggie dental disease causes heart problems
 •  Mouse in the house making a comeback
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Attention, cookie monsters
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Local actor heads on tour as 'Four Seasons' star

Business
 •  KHON 2 nears deal for HD programming
 •  Foreclosure drop largest in nation
 •  AAA downgrades The Kahala
 •  Former Monster CEO quits board
AGRICULTURE
 •  Perfecting pumpkin peduncles is big deal
TECHNOLOGY
 •  New scams proliferate on Internet
 •  Apple faces an Intel dilemma
 •  Peer repair keeps student computers alive
BANKING
 •  First Hawaiian Bank anticipating best earnings year ever
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  More brand-name drug patents expiring
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  St. Francis sale gains vital OK

Opinion
 •  Efficient water board crucial to security
 •  Enforcing rules key to ending hostel debate
COMMENTARY
 •  Sierra Club weighed Akaka position fully
 •  High prices threaten even oil-rich Africa
 •  Letters to the Editor