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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 30, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Expanded Super Bowl coverage online
 •  Singletary makes pitch to become Cowboys coach
 •  Barbaro's death 'still hard to deal with'
 •  Mera Pharmaceuticals to miss SEC filing deadline
 •  City releases statement on mass transit route
 •  Herring, Ka'aihue, Nordyke earn volleyball honors
 •  Heisman winner Smith pushing for Browns to draft him
 •  Analyst upgrades Tesoro shares to 'outperform'
 •  State D1 and D2 softball play begins Wednesday
 •  Mayor to present details of O'ahu's mass-transit project
 •  OIA boys soccer semifinals today
 •  The Police to join forces again for Grammy Awards
 •  Longs Drugs amends $325M revolving credit facility (news release)
 •  Horizon Lines declares dividend of 11 cents per share (news release)
 •  Book and music gala debuts in spring with award show
 •  Valentine couples sought for dance challenge at library
 •  Miss Hawai'i won't be getting new title, crown
 •  UH season-ticket holders can get 2-for-1 baseball deal
 •  On the air Wednesday: college, NBA basketball
 •  On the air Tuesday: Hoops and hockey
 •  Lakers' Bryant suspended for striking Spurs' Ginobili
 •  Power outage shuts Le Jardin Academy's upper campus
 •  Caution urged in Makaha as waves hit Farrington Hwy.
 •  Surf could peak at 40 feet on North Shore today
 •  Fallon says U.S. miscalculated Iraq
 •  Kapolei, Kalani reach OIA boys soccer title match
 •  Saint Louis beats Kamehameha in ILH basketball
 •  Power back to Le Jardin, Wilson Tunnel
 •  Le Jardin officials unsure when classes will resume
 •  Bar owners challenge anti-smoking law in court
 •  Earthquake off Big Island causes no damage
 •  Wind advisory to take effect Wednesday morning
 •  Mayor: Start transit work in Kapolei
 •  Southwest winds plague voyaging canoes
 •  Big Island police make major drug seizure
 •  Natasha Kai scores as U.S. soccer beats China
 •  Le Jardin expects to reopen tomorrow for all grades
 •  Festival proceeds to benefit Ala Moana park projects
 •  Astronaut to speak at Kawananakoa Middle School
 •  Fallon warns 'time is short' in Iraq
 •  Sen. Akaka praises Fallon's 'ambassadorial spirit'
 •  Excerpts from Fallon's Senate confirmation hearing
 •  Asiatic water snake killed in Hilo Harbor
 •  Suspect in North Shore car break-ins expected in court
 •  3 millionth visitor boards USS Missouri memorial today
 •  Mililani football coach Millwood steps down
 •  Kawamoto gets 3,000 replies from Kahala homes offer
 •  State to open Makiki, Manoa areas to pig hunters (news release)
 •  UH law school to offer human rights fellowship
 •  Mayor picks Kapolei-Ala Moana as initial transit route
 •  Hale'iwa search for distressed swimmer called off
 •  Hiker rescued from Diamond Head trail
 •  Jazz festival founder Abe Weinstein dead at 58
 •  Services on Friday for fallen soldier with Hawai'i ties
 •  Lights to be out in Wilson Tunnel for 'a while'
 •  UH football picked No. 36 by CollegeFootballNews.com
 •  Ex-Warrior Tinoisamoa voted winner of courage award
 •  Keep carrying that umbrella — at least till Thursday
 •  Busy night for O'ahu road crews dealing with high surf
 •  HerStory selects mountaineer as keynote speaker
 •  Temple invites bean-throwers to Saturday festival
 •  Shippoyaki workshop set for Feb. 24
 •  Marine conservation conference at East-West Center
 •  Staffing levels under review at St. Francis hospitals
 •  IHOP to open Monday in Windward Mall
 •  UH's Tausaga picked WAC preseason softball top player
 •  Hearing set on planned fruit irradiator in Honolulu
 •  Hawaiian Telcom planned cable TV service still on hold
 •  No injuries reported from gas leak in McCully
 •  Windward Chess Club loses mall space for its meetings

Local News
 •  High winds thrash Isles Photo gallery Video
 •  Kapolei-to-Honolulu toll road may be next
 •  Two charges against Watada dropped
 •  Nasty gusts return tomorrow, then cold front visits Thursday
 •  Sustainable housing would get green light
 •  Disabled will have access to apartments
 •  Three groups want Stryker ruling clarified
 •  St. Andrew's Priory in search of head of school
 •  Guilty plea in carjack of tourists
 •  Man, 52, accused of child sex try
 •  Rains quench Maui blaze
 •  Voyaging canoes battle headwinds
 •  Kaua'i officials fight fatal misinformation
 •  Copper thief cuts school electricity
 •  Obituaries

 •  Rainbow Warriors rally past Utah State Photo gallery
 •  Wie likely to skip LPGA in Hawai'i
 •  Warriors hope getting back to basics serves them well
 •  Advertiser basketball poll
 •  Standings
 •  Three 'Iolani sisters shining on softball field Video
 •  Hawai'i Pacific hopes to find 'chemistry' with youth, depth
 •  Rainbows' Sanchez named WAC hitter of the week
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Gibson tunes in off bench

Island Life
 •  The longest wait
 •  Shoebox studio can be design standout
 •  Online disclosure can backfire
 •  Oklahoma wins Miss America
 •  Cold turkey is best for video game addicts
 •  Pondering the job of parenting
 •  Judge may ban man from owning pets
 •  Cat rescued from condo fire recovering
 •  Avoid giving dogs artificial sweeteners
 •  Fashion giving a hoot for retro bird
 •  Exploring our roots
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Lend an ear to Diamond Head Theatre's latest

 •  Kawamoto offers fifty acres to school
 •  Watching big game in HDTV? Sorry, pal
 •  Major hotel supplier opens O'ahu office
 •  Microsoft finally unveils Vista
 •  You, too, can be on YouTube
 •  This robot will park your car for you
 •  Silicon Valley is coming back
 •  McDonald’s settles on its new trans-fat-free oil for french fries
 •  Hawai'i bond rating boosted
 •  Building show attracts 24,706

 •  Schools should check ongoing volunteers
 •  State has right Rx for dealing with avian flu
 •  Digital intelligence can better our lives
 •  Yes, global warming exists, now what?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday