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Articles for September 1, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hawaii Kai couple charged in $100 million scheme
 •  Chang throws 3 interceptions in Eagles' loss
 •  Jury convicts man of manslaughter in fatal stabbing
 •  Maui fire prompts home evacuations
 •  Three injured when car crashes into light pole
 •  Condition of pedestrian hit by car upgraded
 •  Friday's Hawaii sports scores
 •  Florida sweeps Hawaii in volleyball
 •  Hawaii soccer team wins, 3-0
 •  Earthquake rocks Aleutian islands, no tsunami generated
 •  Light traffic greeting morning commuters
 •  Roadwork closes Farrington Highway lanes in Waipahu
 •  Balmy weather expected for Labor Day weekend
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  Stocks rise on August jobs data
 •  Royal Hawaiian to host $15 million theater and theatrical show
 •  Police beat: Woman collapses, dies

Local News
 •  Search for suspects locks down two schools
 •  A $245,000 credit-card spree
 •  Kalihi retaining wall slated
 •  Kane'ohe man first to face arson law
 •  Buddhists seek younger members Photo gallery
ELECTION 2006 | AKAKA-CASE DEBATE
 •  Advantage: Case Video
 •  Voters' choice: vigorous Case, unflinching Akaka
 •  What viewers said about the big debate
ELECTION
 •  Out of the running, but still on the ballot
 •  Menor points to consumer advocacy
 •  GOP might lose grip on S. Maui House seat
COURTS
 •  Repeat offender gets 20 years in ice case
 •  Mom admits guilt in marriage fraud
WEATHER
 •  Ioke's 'super' winds damage Wake Island weather sensors
ENVIRONMENT
 •  For the Environment
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Holiday travelers urged to start early
OTHER NEWS
 •  'Aina Haina units proposed
 •  Singing will honor Lili'uokalani's birth
OBITUARIES
 •  Airline executive Ernest Albrecht, 90, fought polio
 •  'Upbeat' Quinn services planned
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH works out kinks, lineups at practice Photo gallery
 •  Lelie happy to be back on the field Photo gallery
 •  Rainbows face No. 5 Gators in Classic
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Wilsons figure into Hawai'i's plans
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Punahou on Mainland stage
RECREATION
 •  Unique shoe heel key to comfort, easing pain
 •  Maui youths rule waves in contest
 •  Lam moves up in world tennis rankings
 •  Four Hawai'i gymnasts invited to national meet
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Four local Division II schools ready to kick off
 •  Search is on for head of security at venue
ISLE FILE
 •  UH-Hilo volleyball gets first win of 2006
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Alabama has UH in its sights

Island Life
 •  Let's hear it for girls
 •  Putting end to violence is GiRL FeST's mission
 •  The world of stage
 •  Precious feathers at Bishop Museum
MUSIC
 •  Simpson's new 'Affair' falls flat with blah tunes
 •  My view: 'Let Love In' by the Goo Goo Dolls
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  You can smile or you can retch
 •  New 'Rings' set worth buying
THEATER
 •  Old faces, new places in 'Mahalo Las Vegas'
 •  'Aloha Las Vegas' revival keeps laughs, characters fresh as ever
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Hot, dry weather calls for special attention to garden
 •  Achiote or lipstick plant brings beauty to gardens
 •  Home and garden calendar
OTHER FEATURES
 •  Tasteful cereal-box designs Is world really ready for this?
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Party arty in Chinatown
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events

Business
 •  Kaua'i Wal-Mart expanding
 •  Spending ranks Isles 8th in U.S.
 •  U.S. military doing battle with payday lenders
TOURISM
 •  Hilton, union reach accord in Chicago
REAL ESTATE
 •  Soaring construction costs being felt
 •  30-year mortgage rate drops to 6.44%
TAXES
 •  IRS will refund phone tax up to $60
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Irish company acquires RSI

Opinion
 •  Needs should fuel ocean energy pursuit
 •  Ambivalence hurts prostitution battle
COMMENTARY
 •  Wanted: A Congress with a backbone
 •  Utility pole signs an eyesore and illegal
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Strange days on stage
 •  The world of stage
 •  Leave Okinawan Festival with new-found relatives
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  After hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  You can smile or you can retch
 •  New 'Rings' set worth buying
MUSIC
 •  Simpson's new 'Affair' falls flat with blah tunes
 •  My view: 'Let Love In' by the Goo Goo Dolls
 •  Billboard hits
DINING
 •  Filipino food is more familiar than most realize
THEATER
 •  Old faces, new places in 'Mahalo Las Vegas'
 •  'Aloha Las Vegas' revival keeps laughs, characters fresh as ever
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events