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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 29, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Bumatai to kick off weekly stand-up night at Sheraton
 •  Improv group Loose Screws does V-Day performance
 •  Vino hosts tasting with winemaker Carol Shelton Feb. 21
 •  UH hoops not selected for BracketBusters TV game
 •  Youth baseball teams can join UH team on field
 •  UH ticket holders get 2-for-1 deal for baseball series
 •  Kaka'ako Kitchen cookie contest fundraiser on Feb. 11
 •  Advantage Capital invests $3.2M in two local firms
 •  Tickets on sale Friday for March 15 Foreigner concert
 •  Xterra World Championships on CBS, 8 a.m. Saturday
 •  Dissect digital media works at free UH presentation
 •  Clearwire names Richardson as Chief Strategy Officer (news release)
 •  Tesoro 4th quarter earnings up 129 percent (news release)
 •  Carolina Tobacco pays $185,000 to Hawai'i (news release)
 •  Junior League's annual HerStory 2007 set for March 2
 •  State softball day-by-day schedules
 •  On the air Tuesday: Basketball, hockey
 •  On the air Monday: UH hoops
 •  Benjamin West opens Hawai'i office (news release)
 •  Taco Del Mar opens today in Moanalua Shopping Center
 •  Lingle meeting with advisers on Maui today
 •  Drive carefully and be on the lookout for road crews
 •  Rainbow Warriors rally past Utah State, 69-61
 •  Downed trees blamed for power outages
 •  High surf, high tide elevate threat of coastal flooding
 •  Voyaging canoes hit strong headwinds off Big Island
 •  2,200 still without power in Kailua, Kane'ohe
 •  Wind advisory for O'ahu, Maui, Kaua'i
 •  Kaua'i dealing with power losses, downed trees, fires
 •  Wie, Kim invited to play in first major of LPGA season
 •  60-mph winds close Haleakala's summit building
 •  Wastewater sent into Lake Wilson after power outage
 •  Man pleads guilty in 2005 tourist carjacking
 •  O'ahu company, 2 men fined over illegal dumping
 •  Motorists allowed back on Kaua'i's Hanalei Bridge
 •  Civil Defense investigating accidental 20-minute siren
 •  Voyaging canoes hit strong headwinds
 •  Honolulu man accused of luring minor over Internet
 •  Copper thief puts Kipapa classrooms in dark
 •  Miss Oklahoma is new Miss America; Hawai'i in final 10
 •  Watada lawyer says military dropping two charges
 •  Police Beat: Man arrested in gunpoint threat incident
 •  Rains help contain large forest fire on Maui
 •  St. Andrew's Priory head of school resigns; search is on
 •  White House salutes Big Island officer for drug busts
 •  Na Hoku Hanohano Awards marking 30th anniversary
 •  Artistic literacy gets boost in Isles with partnership
 •  Deal brings Internet access to 'Ewa Beach park
 •  Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro euthanized
 •  S&P boosts state's bond rating to 3rd-highest level
 •  Hawai'i-based team helps ID Vietnam War pilot remains
 •  'Bigger, better' Honolulu bash planned
 •  No lock on black voters for Obama
 •  Missile intercept test successful at Pacific facility
 •  Grants target students returning after 5-year layoff
 •  Taco Del Mar opens today in Moanalua Shopping Center
 •  USS Crommelin tops Pearl Harbor's 'Surface Line Week'
 •  Take Stryker Brigade concerns to Wai'anae meeting
 •  Bloodmobile visits KCC today
 •  'Iolani is Washington-bound after winning Science Bowl
 •  Record 24,706 visit home building & remodeling expo
 •  Hotel industry purchasing firm opens Hawai'i office
 •  California Pizza Kitchen opens ASAP outlet in Kailua
 •  UH faculty, staff get ticket deal to tonight's hoop game
 •  UH first baseman Sanchez is WAC Hitter of the Week

Local News
 •  More condo tenants hearing 'buy or move' Video
 •  Airport clinic critical in pandemic-flu plan
 •  Welfare recipients may get a raise
 •  Leeward homeless surveyed
 •  22nd race draws strong turnout
 •  Support group brings survivors hope
 •  Call-up policy not a hard sell
 •  Bomb jamming also zaps radio signals
 •  Bigger Army will need more
 •  Poverty's detriment to pupils affirmed
 •  Suspect in slaying faces drug charge
 •  Copters, bulldozers still fighting Maui fire
 •  High-surf warning issued for north, west shores
 •  Voyaging canoes sailing well on way to first stop
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  No easy answers on seawalls

 •  Champions Tour golfer Funk dominates Photo gallery
 •  Santa Clara stops Rainbows Photo gallery
 •  Utah St. looks familiar to 'Bows
 •  Ishii tied for 13th after strong finish
 •  Lawler returns to take on Garrett in 'All In' main event
 •  Bears' Kreutz is undersized, but not overmatched in NFL
 •  Kai gets assist as U.S. women struggle to tie with England
 •  Mililani, Sacred Hearts top softball seeds
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Inside an artist's studio Video
 •  'Iolani School anticipating poet laureate
 •  'Peach' bears fruit as one play at two venues
 •  'It is what it is' isn't that simple
 •  Mirren, Whitaker reign at SAG Awards
 •  'Low' in energy, high in cost
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Blueberry: the next Island crop?
 •  As companies rake in profit, workers struggle to keep up
 •  A quieter office in 2007? Perhaps
 •  Smead fills need, on global scale
 •  Good at playing ill? Here's a job for you
 •  Telling boss of arrest can be tricky
 •  Leadership Corner Audio
 •  Tax forms late at brokerage firms
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Kukui Gardens deal should be improved
 •  Green waste recycling must be user-friendly
 •  Schools can't take another plan to carry out
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Mirren, Whitaker reign at SAG Awards
 •  TGI Monday