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Articles for October 5, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Autos: Hamilton captures pole for Chinese Grand Prix
 •  Tennis: Razzano upsets Venus Williams for Japan title
 •  Baseball: Red Sox get help from 17-year-old fan
 •  Baseball: Ramirez's 3-run homer lifts Boston to 2-0 lead
 •  Baseball: Cardinals pick up option on Isringhausen
 •  CFB: Utah holds off Louisville, 44-35
 •  Wilson tied for 15th, McLachlin misses Texas Open cut
 •  Golf: Roberts leads Hoch by two in Senior Players
 •  Golf: Parnevik shoots 65, leads Texas Open by 4 strokes
 •  Golf: Kane, Webb lead Longs tourney; Ochoa trails by 1
 •  Lakers' Walton day-to-day with hamstring injury
 •  Maui's Miyajima advances to LPGA Q-School final stage
 •  Blind horse to compete in horse show Oct. 13
 •  Baseball: Bugs bite Yankees as Indians win, 2-1
 •  CFB: Irish in Pasadena for first time since Rockne days
 •  NFL: Jets safety doubtful vs. Giants with concussion
 •  NFL: Jets safety doubtful vs. Giants with concussion
 •  Business briefs: Jobs report, Topps Meat closing down
 •  Hawaii stock index rises, led by Alexander & Baldwin
 •  Urban Pacific fashion show at Nextdoor Oct. 11
 •  Honolulu Theatre for Youth's 'Obake' opens Oct. 19
 •  Laker Girls at Barnes & Noble book drive tomorrow
 •  First Fashion Friday finale tonight at Aloha Tower
 •  Jake Shimabukuro opens for Jimmy Buffet tonight
 •  Preps: ILH JV volleyball playoffs start today
 •  Soccer: Donovan wins Honda award for record 4th time
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Makaha Sons to play Christmas concert Dec. 15
 •  Halekulani to host 'Lion King Cabaret'
 •  Mid-Pac production updates 'Taming of Shrew'
 •  AP: Brennan hopes to redeem himself against Utah St.
 •  NFL: Steelers' Ward out; Polamalu battling rib injury
 •  CFB: TCU player says he was overwhelmed with stress
 •  Baseball: Duquette quits as VP for struggling Orioles
 •  NFL: Neck surgery likely to end season for Bills' Price
 •  Baseball: Pirates fire manager Jim Tracy
 •  IOC ready to move quickly in Marion Jones case
 •  Boxing: Heavyweight fight on despite steroids report
 •  CFB: Burglary charge dropped against Florida's Joiner
 •  CFB: This weekend's college football schedule
 •  Autos: Hamilton avoids penalty in Japan race crash
 •  Sumo: Trainer fired over death of 17-year-old wrestler
 •  Tennis: Henin advances, S. Williams loses at Porsche
 •  NFL: Injuries force Miami to reconstruct its defense
 •  NFL: Danger lurks for 49ers as season may be on brink
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams advances to Japan Open final
 •  UH football: Alternative parking, general information
 •  UH football: Bus services available for Saturday game
 •  UH students get free bus service to football games
 •  On the air Sunday: Baseball, NFL, Boise St. football
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball playoffs, football galore
 •  On the air today: Baseball, football, UH volleyball
 •  Baseball: Postseason glance
 •  Golden State's Ellis hospitalized with head injury
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep past Nevada in volleyball
 •  High school football scoreboard
 •  Well malfunction cuts off water in North Kohala
 •  Superferry hearing ends; judge to rule on Monday
 •  Naeole retracts allegation against official
 •  Ex-Rainbow Inouye to join Hawaii Winter Baseball team
 •  Sorenstam turns down Samsung offer; Wie in field
 •  Protesters lose in halting Superferry security zone
 •  Fujikawa to play in PGA event in Las Vegas next week
 •  Public meetings on sustainability set for tomorrow
 •  Cleveland manager, coaches to hold clinics on Oahu
 •  'Lost' filming at State Capitol this morning
 •  Stabbing victim upgraded to stable condition
 •  Marion Jones pleads guilty to lying about steroid use
 •  Waikiki hit with 95 box jellyfish
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  ATA puts Hawaii on sale with $124 L.A. Flight
 •  Surf of 4-6 feet expected along east shores today
 •  Mayor signs rezoning, planning bills into law
 •  Haleakala bike tour ban could increase solo riders
 •  Trade wind weather expected to last into new week
 •  Arcing wires reported on Papipi Road in Ewa Beach
 •  Sunday lane closures set on west-bound airport viaduct
 •  Waimea levee repair work on Kauai wins recognition
 •  Texas firm to get traffic fine information electronically
 •  Big Island police begin Cadet Training Program
 •  Two appointed to Land Use Commission
 •  Online system planned for conveyance bureau
 •  Hawaii renews Medicaid charges against dentist
 •  PUC releases latest gasoline price data
 •  PetWalk set for Sunday at Magic Island
 •  Big recycling event set for Oct. 13 at Kaimuki High
 •  Emmis says it netted $10.4 million on KGMB sale
 •  Stocks show sharp advance on employment report
 •  Big Island, Kaua'i home sales dip versus year ago
 •  Honolulu gasoline prices unchanged, Hilo price falls
 •  Hawaiian Telcom TV decision extended to Oct. 31
 •  Senate Committee to probe DBEDT procurement
 •  HIFF-Sunset on the Beach lineup released
 •  Brushfire reported along Lualualei Road in Nanakuli
 •  Crash reported in Likelike townbound lanes
 •  Auto fire reported on Hoomalu Street in Pearl City
 •  Crash reported on H-1 eastbound near Waimalu exit
 •  Fluid spill slowing traffic on Ala Moana at South Street
 •  Ex-Duke lacrosse players sue prosecutor, city, police
 •  UH season-ticket holders get football, volleyball deals
 •  On the air: This weekend's football games

Local News
 •  Kahuku team sidelines its tiff over coach Video
 •  Hawaii Superferry warns it must sail soon
 •  3 more get prison for Hawaii airport bid-rigging
 •  Hawaii surf activist John Kelly dies
 •  Court overrules Hawaii law extending sentences
 •  'Aina Haina school jogs up $60,180
 •  Bulky items can be dropped off
 •  Ho'ike hula to be performed
 •  Geologist leads ahupua'a tour
 •  Academy holds craft/keiki fair
 •  Adoption urged for sculptures
 •  Halloween fun, tales at library
 •  'First Friday' starts tonight
 •  Concert will benefit bay
 •  Obama's Isles tally said to be $460,000
 •  Judge says he'll rule on new trial for Watada
 •  Hawaii-based Navy medic died helping wounded
 •  Remains of two Vietnam-era troops returned to families
 •  Decision on Hawaii school locker searches postponed
 •  Court rejects religious marijuana use
 •  Sharp rise in Honolulu fires
 •  1,000 Oahu families part of national child study
 •  OHA approves $6M in grants
 •  Meetings to look at Sustainability Plan
 •  Critical weather buoy that had been adrift repositioned
 •  Pedestrian, 81, seriously injured
 •  Monsignor William 'Father Bill' Mattimore, 81
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors will play thirteen in '08 Photo gallery
 •  Two-time champion has heavy local flavor
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball still searching for A-game
 •  Roosevelt closes in on Kahuku with a sweep Photo gallery
 •  Castle hosts Kahuku with Red East lead on line
 •  Statistical Leaders
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Warrior hopes to carry load
 •  This trail definitely has share of highs and lows Video
 •  Tennis Weekend kicks off at CORP
 •  Lacrosse tourney, free clinics on tap at Kapi'olani Park
 •  Sports notices
 •  Gamel's grand slam lifts Honu
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  In need of praise, not petition

Island Life
 •  Queen of Hawai‘i hospitality
 •  Event lets you get 'Hip' with 3.1 Phillip Lim
 •  Eight UH student films to be shown at festival
 •  Radiohead offers choice of paying for new album or not
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Screening room
 •  Besides football, 'Lights' serves up a slice of life
 •  BBC offers America a true world view
 •  New: 'The War,' 'Caligula' and 'Jericho'
 •  My view: 'Diddy Kong Racing DS'
 •  Movie 'bad guy' going to prison
 •  Home & garden calendar
 •  Get those slugs, snails before they get your orchids
 •  Models, DJs come out to play late every Friday at Zanzabar
 •  Tube Notes
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Ongolng events
 •  Guitarist rounds up friends to jam Audio

 •  Hawaii rival airlines wrapping up trial
 •  Manana becoming major Hawaii shopping zone
 •  KHNL News 8 to introduce 11 a.m. weekday newscast
 •  Mortgages to minorities more often at high interest rates
 •  Don't bet retirement years on your home
 •  A&B sells 2 neighborhood shopping centers on Maui
 •  30-year mortgage rates fall to 6.37%
 •  House advances measure to give foreclosure relief
 •  'Halo 3' takes honors as fastest-selling video game
 •  Lab mishaps with deadly substances rising
 •  Ho'okela Awards for retailing Oct. 18
 •  Dominis buyer gets state lease approval
 •  Woman violated copyright law with downloads, sharing
 •  $1M Weinberg grant helps retail incubator
 •  Coming events

 •  Bureau efficiency plan deserves support
 •  Taxpayers shouldn't foot bill for leg room
 •  Contractors still should have major Iraq role
 •  Ahmadinejad busy courting Latin America
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  A man of many feats
 •  Event lets you get 'Hip' with 3.1 Phillip Lim
 •  Share in a day of fun in Nu'uanu
 •  Soulja Boy's latest is throwaway hip-hop
 •  Improv jazz rules Listening Party Photo gallery
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
 •  Screening room
 •  Besides football, 'Lights' serves up a slice of life
 •  BBC offers America a true world view
 •  New: 'The War,' 'Caligula' and 'Jericho'
 •  Radiohead offers choice of paying for new album or not
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Guitarist rounds up friends to jam Audio
 •  Three restaurants worthy of your hard-earned dollars
 •  My view: 'Diddy Kong Racing DS'
 •  Halloween calendar coming soon; get listed now
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  Ongolng events

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  One of the world's largest sailing ships arrives at Pearl Harbor
 •  UH football practice
 •  Kahuku-Roosevelt girls volleyball
 •  The Listening party