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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 4, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Diamondbacks beat Cubs for 2-0 series lead
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams advances to Japan Open final
 •  CFB: No. 11 South Carolina tops No. 8 Kentucky, 38-23
 •  Maui's Miyajima tied for 9th at LPGA sectional qualifier
 •  UH's Weber, Heinemann ousted in Tulsa tournament
 •  Loyola Marymount shuts out Rainbow Wahine in soccer
 •  Baseball: Rockies roll by Phillies, take 2-0 series lead
 •  Golf: Parnevik shoots 61, leads Texas Open by 4 strokes
 •  Golf: Inbee Park, Hurst share LPGA Longs Drugs lead
 •  NFL: 49er tackle Jennings out with 'private matter'
 •  NFL: 49ers' Smith optimistic about shoulder healing
 •  Baseball: Indians pound Yankees in opener, 12-3
 •  NBA: Odom hopes to finish career with Lakers
 •  NFL: Broncos' Henry fighting league over drug test
 •  Wilson opens with 68, McLachlin 72 at Texas Open
 •  Hawaii TV station plans 11 a.m. newscast
 •  Hawaii livestock production was mixed in August
 •  Hawaii company hires investor relations firm
 •  Marion Jones doping allegations time line
 •  Business highlights: Downloading suit, liquor sales
 •  '90s Invasion concert is postponed
 •  Horizon Lines adding 1,200 new 45-foot containers
 •  John Dominis restaurant lease transfer approved
 •  81-year-old woman struck in Pauoa
 •  Starbucks up to 68 Hawaii stores with Waikiki addition
 •  NFL: Union says Falcons can't recoup Vick's bonus
 •  NFL: Bears' Briggs pleads guilty to leaving crash scene
 •  Jim Brickman to play two January gigs in Hawaii
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Hula drama to make world premiere on Maui
 •  NFL: Panthers' Carr likely to start for ailing Delhomme
 •  NFL: Jets safety Coleman has concussion
 •  Artist Peggy Chun to make rare public appearance
 •  Catholic priest offering 'Spiritual Writers' series
 •  Baseball: Major League playoff schedule
 •  Soccer: Sport more popular than ever among youth
 •  CFB: This week's schedule
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams advances to Japan Open semis
 •  Cycling: Tour de France winner may change teams
 •  Tennis: Qualifier upsets Ivanovic in Porsche Grand Prix
 •  Autos: Hamilton's role in F1 race accident investigated
 •  UH football: Info on tailgating, alternative parking
 •  UH researchers holding news conference today
 •  UH football bus service information
 •  UH students get free bus service to football games
 •  On the air today: Baseball playoffs, college football
 •  UH completes '08 schedule with Cincinnati, Weber St.
 •  Nuuanu burglary suspect arrested on city bus
 •  Hawaii involved in largest-ever U.S. child health study
 •  Injured Honolulu pedestrian in serious condition
 •  Motorcyclist killed in Kahala was Honolulu man
 •  Fire did $600,000 damage to Hau'ula home
 •  Sept. 7 Punchbowl crash victim died of medical condition
 •  Bid-rigging lands 3 in prison for at least 5 years
 •  Surf pioneer and activist John Kelly Jr. dead at 88
 •  Marion Jones says she used steroids before Olympics
 •  Judge to hear Watada arguments against court-martial
 •  Fire prevention week seeks to save lives
 •  City hooks Chinatown up with free wireless Internet
 •  Hawaii medical team to help in Myanmar
 •  Closing arguments in go! trial expected today
 •  UH Board of Regents elects new chairman
 •  Surfers warned of submerged hazard at Tongg's
 •  Half-million Chinese-made products recalled
 •  Strict limits for Jimmy Buffett concert tonight
 •  Hawaiian Telcom warns of Maui outage during repair
 •  City letting people 'adopt' sculptures this month
 •  All 3,200 trapped miners rescued in South Africa
 •  Wall Street finishes low-key session higher
 •  State to focus on fire safety, disability in workplace
 •  WWII internment camps subject of Hawaii meeting
 •  Maui man may be reindicted in Lahaina arson case
 •  New Maui council forms to protect ocean resources
 •  Shimabukuro to open for Jimmy Buffett
 •  Mackey Lecture speaker to offer concert, workshop
 •  Hawaii scientist to be honored by alma mater
 •  Lutheran leader to address Interfaith Open Table
 •  Salmonella threat forces white chocolate recall
 •  Gusting winds to continue through weekend
 •  Beach access on Kailua board's agenda tonight
 •  Kihei recycling center closed for construction
 •  Best surf along east shores today
 •  On the air: This weekend's football games
 •  Coast Guard helps restore weather buoy now off Oahu
 •  Aiea library to show 'mystery movie' today
 •  Learn Hawaii divorce laws at free seminar
 •  Birth of Stars and Planets lecture at UH
 •  UH season-ticket holders get football, volleyball deals

Local News
 •  Disney's Hawaii resort plan includes 1,000 jobs
 •  Hawaii Superferry risk to whales raised in 2005
 •  Prison term in Hawaii airport bid-rigging
 •  Haleakala bike tours banned after Maui death
 •  Hawaii-based commander says military strained
 •  Discovering Mo'ili'ili and its future Photo gallery
 •  Storyteller to be at library
 •  Crash kills 2 on motorcycle
 •  Triple Crown marking No. 25
 •  Learn about mental illness
 •  Spooky stories, haunted house
 •  Beach access on board's agenda
 •  Fire-prevention events in Oct.
 •  Film festival entries sought
 •  Honolulu police chief remains on sick leave
 •  Watada says 2nd trial would violate his rights
 •  Hawaii chemical arms disposal costing $4.6M
 •  Kane'ohe Bay corpsman dies in Afghanistan
 •  ACLU fights Hawaii teacher drug testing
 •  No Child enabling single-sex schools
 •  How to keep Net dangers at bay
 •  Community spirit is strong at Wai'anae
 •  $25 million released for Oahu, Maui school repairs
 •  Army: Stryker brigade won't depend on ferry for transport
 •  Heiress pays to stop party at Hawaii palace
 •  Councilwoman: Land threatened over vote
 •  Maui man gets 20 years for punching 2-year-old
 •  Expert says Superferry route would avoid whale densities
 •  Steer clear of two orange buoys off Diamond Head
 •  Three escape unhurt from Hau'ula fire
 •  Obituaries

 •  Kahuku High players stage boycott
 •  She never lost her faith in God and herself
 •  Bess will keep job as UH punt returner Photo gallery Video
 •  Kahuku High players stage boycott
 •  Preps notices
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Kaneko plans to catch Waves
 •  Hoping to finish strong in 3 events
 •  Hawaii state junior series continues at Maui's Kahili
 •  Ishii ties for third
 •  Holes in one
 •  Latest in Gracie 'ohana enters ring Photo gallery
 •  Shell Va'a paddlers favored after last year's runaway
 •  Lakers' success could depend on playing big
 •  Sharks tag Honu with first loss
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Building their BCS resume

Island Life
 •  Guiding Colt
 •  NIA expert Ken Gilbert to offer white-belt intensives
 •  Antibacterial soap not better than usual kind
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Learn to evaluate your snacks
 •  'Ilima Award, critics' choice winners spotlighted in guide
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  The whole (grain) truth
 •  Skip kids' bedtime routine at your peril
 •  'Somebody' commits to DHT's 'South Pacific'

 •  Big Island growth will likely slow, expert says
 •  Anchorage-Honolulu flights year-round, Alaska Air says
 •  Lingle going to Asia, looks to bolster ties Promoting business
 •  Catch up with today's high-definition camcorders
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Berkeley puts campus on YouTube free Lectures online
 •  Cautious investors await report on jobs
 •  End of trial near in go! lawsuit
 •  Coming events

 •  School locker searches a sad sign of times
 •  Iraq withdrawal bill marks a positive step
 •  Drug dogs critically needed in Isle schools
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Discover Moiliili Festival
 •  Home from the war
 •  Colt Brennan family album
 •  UH football practice
 •  Mixed Martial Arts