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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 31, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Honolulu firm serves as advisor to new hedge fund
 •  New Hello Kitty line to incorporate 'Ala Moana' name
 •  Pacific Guardian Life's financial strength affirmed
 •  Abe Weinstein's last interview on KHPR Sunday
 •  Humpback Whale Awareness Month events announced
 •  Maui Invitational tickets to go on sale
 •  Pauoa's Green House holds macrobiotic cooking class Feb. 10
 •  Exclusive Hello Kitty goods sold at Ala Moana
 •  Latest Super Bowl injury report
 •  Morning robbery at Central Pacific Bank's Kalihi branch
 •  Super Bowl wagering could top $100 million mark
 •  Roddick, Blake, Bryan brothers on U.S. Davis Cup team
 •  Tomlinson, Brees, Payton honored by NFL
 •  UH season-ticket holders can get 2-for-1 baseball deal
 •  Cubs, Prior agree to one-year deal
 •  Fresno State to play UCLA in football in 2008
 •  Cowboys won't name new coach until after Super Bowl
 •  Analyst raises Tesoro shares to 'buy' from 'neutral'
 •  Maydene Simmons named sales director for The Ilikai
 •  2 Hawai'i firms prepare for venture capital conference
 •  Friday movie openings include 'Because I Said So'
 •  Super Bowl officiating crew announced
 •  MVT fundraiser slated for April 29
 •  Reggae fest set at Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park
 •  Hawaii Performing Arts fest previews Feb. 9
 •  Federal Reserve leaves interest rates unchanged
 •  Religious leaders to attend spiritual center dedication
 •  Interfaith group to discuss 'green' churches, temples
 •  On Air Thursday: UH men's basketball vs. Fresno State
 •  On Air Wednesday: Mililani-Campbell basketball
 •  Sports Thursday: High school basketball, softball
 •  More wind, scattered showers in forecast for the week
 •  North Shore surf drops after 30-foot overnight highs
 •  Wind advisory in effect; gusts to pick up to 50 mph
 •  How did Lingle do on the Hot Seat? Check it out
 •  Iolani beats Moanalua in state softball tournament
 •  Mililani boys win OIA Red West basketball title
 •  Kapolei, Pearl City girls to meet for OIA soccer title
 •  Hawaii loses at UCLA in volleyball
 •  Wednesday's scores: UH volleyball, Preps
 •  Whipping winds keep state under advisory
 •  Thousands across O'ahu still without electricity
 •  Firefighters busy with electrical, roof calls
 •  Downed pole still rerouting traffic in Waimanalo area
 •  City crews repairing dangling stoplight in Kailua
 •  High winds mean no tee-offs at Wailua Golf Course
 •  "Dog" accused of breaking woman's back
 •  Botanical Garden closed due to high winds
 •  No classes for Waiahole Elementary School
 •  Kaua'i surfer dies after being found unconscious
 •  2nd power outage closes both Le Jardin campuses
 •  Canoes making progress toward Micronesia
 •  Wailuku pedestrian killed
 •  Adm. Fallon to be recognized by Legislature Thursday
 •  Big Island brushfire consumes 2,700 acres
 •  'Ewa Beach library to close early Thursday
 •  Search on for robber at Central Pacific Bank in Kalihi
 •  State softball game postponed as Lanai can't get flight
 •  Police Beat: Kalihi man arrested in sexual assault case
 •  Seagull Schools' new 'Ewa campus opens Thursday
 •  3 public charter schools closed today on Big Isle, O'ahu
 •  Watada court-martial case up for discussion Saturday
 •  Smoking cylinder washes up on Waikiki beach
 •  Water main break cancels classes at Kawaiaha'o School
 •  Army hosting Stryker Brigade meeting in Hale'iwa
 •  Yearlong feral pig-control hunt starts Sunday
 •  DUI arrests for year soar 52 percent on Big Island
 •  Traffic stop may lead to firearm, drug charges for pair
 •  UH Manoa law school programs awarded $18,500
 •  $500,000 donated for Hale Pili restoration
 •  One arrested, one sought in sex assault, kidnapping
 •  Suspect in '06 armed robbery arrested at Liliha home
 •  La'ie school gets boost to Space Camp with $10K grant
 •  Man reports sexual assault by 5 who burglarized home
 •  School seeks to convert to charter status
 •  Body cutlery exhibit begins Friday
 •  Got grinds? Space in imu available
 •  Senate panel approves bill banning GM taro testing
 •  More online job ads than unemployed in December
 •  Hawai'i has nearly 300,000 high-speed Internet lines
 •  Kailua invited to Saturday block party and health fair
 •  Farrington project continues in Waipahu
 •  Lingle to weigh in on innovation in education bill
 •  Keiki Caucus to present legislative package
 •  Forum on the future of UH Manoa Library
 •  Realigned Puakea Bay trail reopens on Big Island
 •  Sports Wednesday: State softball tournaments open

Local News
 •  Dumped ammo triggers concerns in Waimanalo
 •  Anti-smoking law challenged
 •  Whales finding Isle waters unsafe
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  In Iraq, it's security first, Fallon says
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Lingle outlines initiatives to revamp economy
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Festival would help park
POLICE
 •  Ex-Maryland chief makes 1st Isle arrest
WEATHER
 •  Waves big, but not so swell Video
 •  High winds are blowing in
TRANSPORTATION
 •  20 miles of rail by 2017
BIG ISLAND
 •  Marijuana, hashish seized in Big Isle raid
 •  Big Isle fire still going after burning 300 acres
OTHER NEWS
 •  Winds continue to plague canoes
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Power restored to school, tunnel
OBITUARIES
 •  Weinstein 'devoted his life' to jazz fest
 •  Services set for soldier killed in Iraq
 •  Obituaries
JIM DOOLEY
 •  Navy job bid doesn't add up

Sports
 •  Lolotai accepts Warrior offer
 •  Nakayama eager to get back in the swing at BYU
 •  It's been a rocky road for Hawai'i
UH FOOTBALL
 •  2007 Warriors ranked No. 36
UH MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  UCLA again starts slowly
UH BASEBALL
 •  Sanchez finally hitting his stride
UH SOFTBALL
 •  Tausaga will try to play despite 2nd knee injury
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Millwood resigns Mililani position
 •  Waipahu lineman to play at Oregon State
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  Saint Louis beats Kamehameha to keep pace in ILH
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
 •  Kapolei, Kalani advance to OIA boys soccer final Photo gallery
 •  Moanalua plays 'Iolani in high-caliber opener
FOOTBALL
 •  Tinoisamoa earns Ramsí courage, inspiration award
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  Kaloi, Broadfoot will play tennis against UH
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Kai scores in U.S. win over China
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  New hand will force UH to raise

Island Life
 •  Mess? Why stress?
 •  Celebs want to be stars in the fashion world, too
 •  Keys, Common give acting a shot in 'Aces'
TELEVISION
 •  Off-road Maui triathlon will be on CBS
THEATER
 •  At UH, comedy rarely seen beyond Japan Video
 •  Ten UH students to intern on ABC's 'Lost'
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Share your favorite romantic photos
TASTE
 •  Going for the Gusto Video
 •  Island entrepreneurs launch brand of seasoned tuna
 •  Dishes from Mexico's culinary regions Video
 •  Nothing says love like chocolate mousse
 •  Dress up steaks with buttery cheese topping
 •  Yard House restaurant opens Feb. 11
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Wine specialists aim to learn your palate
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  Colorful tofu salad for potluck

Business
 •  Laborers' union takes control of Local 368
 •  Time-share boom a boon to Islands
 •  Hospital staffing under review
 •  Big Island, Maui fear invasion of 'big boxes'
AIRLINES
 •  FAA moves to let older airline pilots fly
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Truck ads: a captive audience
 •  Bush seeks free trade extension
 •  Bernanke gets it right in his first Fed year
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Billionaire late in selecting renters

Opinion
 •  Psychiatric treatment needs doctor's care
 •  Loss in housing supply requires plan of attack
COMMENTARY
 •  When that glare of celebrity doesn't shine for you
 •  Determined diplomacy vital to Iraq's survival
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  The art of hula and the heart of a legal fight
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Celebs want to be stars in the fashion world, too
TELEVISION
 •  Off-road Maui triathlon will be on CBS
THEATER
 •  At UH, comedy rarely seen beyond Japan Video
 •  Ten UH students to intern on ABC's 'Lost'
 •  TGI Wednesday