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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 11, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  CFB: Wake Forest rallies past No. 21 Florida St., 24-21
 •  Baseball: Rockies top Diamondbacks in NLCS opener, 5-1
 •  Amy Hanaialii Gilliom gets rave review in New York City
 •  Comedian Rex Navarette plays Pipeline Nov. 3
 •  Speed date at Du Vin Oct. 20
 •  NFL: 49ers QB Smith works out injured shoulder
 •  CFB: Police find no violation in Paterno-motorist case
 •  Doris Lessing wins 2007 Nobel literature prize
 •  Business briefs: Retailers cut earnings forecasts
 •  CBKB: Georgia suspends 3 for start of season
 •  Hawai'i stock index registers decline for second day
 •  Preps: Baldwin volleyball sweeps through St. Anthony
 •  World Wings hosts lunch for former Pan Am attendants
 •  Andy Bumatai's 'NightTime' holds costume contest Oct. 25
 •  Baccarat resort donates outrigger canoe to Maui group
 •  NFL: Court to hear case on pat-downs at 49ers games
 •  Preps: ILH volleyball tournaments start today
 •  Colleges: NCAA toughens bench decorum rules
 •  Hawaii's online death-registration system wins award
 •  Kumu's 'Ala Wai' comedy moves to Maui Oct. 18-19
 •  UH music/dance departments team up for 'La Mancha'
 •  Baseball: Springer, Cards agree to $3.5M, 1-year deal
 •  Baseball: Schuerholz stepping down as Braves GM
 •  Visiting diplomat hopes spotlight on Myanmar helps
 •  Documentary screenings part of anti-torture campaign
 •  Centering prayer set for Oct. 20 at Central Union
 •  Makino to lead Honpa Hongwanji's Ho-on-ko
 •  NFL: Panthers' Carr still ailing; Testaverde could start
 •  Boxing: Naito successfully defends WBC flyweight title
 •  Tennis: Nieminen, Ancic reach Stockholm quarterfinals
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams wins two matches in Thailand
 •  Baseball: Torre's fate might be decided next week
 •  Notre Dame legend Gipp's body exhumed for DNA test
 •  Cycling: Sports court receives Floyd Landis' appeal
 •  CFB: Texas A&M admonishes coach for for-pay newsletter
 •  Partly sunny skies, scattered showers today
 •  South swell to peak today ahead of north swell
 •  $400K gift to UH expands Chinese-language training
 •  Abercrombie seeks Hawaii juniors for Page Program
 •  Bishop Museum will be opening late today
 •  MDA offering flu shots to some high-risk candidates
 •  UH College of Education trio wins publication contest
 •  McCain supporters in Hawaii kick off campaign today
 •  NFL: 49ers will look for ways to get Lelie involved
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams advances to Moscow quarters
 •  UH basketball: Teams to hold 'Twilight 'Ohana' Friday
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH football, baseball, golf
 •  On the air today: NL playoffs, golf, football
 •  Baseball: Postseason glance
 •  Hawaii Superferry furloughs 249 workers
 •  Azubuike's 22 points lift Warriors past Lakers, 119-106
 •  Man free on bail charged with Kailua robbery, kidnapping
 •  Coast Guard monitoring fuel spill at Sand Island
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep past Boise State
 •  Woman seriously hurt in moped crash near Blaisdell Center
 •  Police seeking aloha-attired Waikiki bank robber
 •  Pearl Harbor SEAL to get posthumous Medal of Honor
 •  Hawaii residents warned of patties sold at Sam's Club
 •  Drug ring allegedly moved $1.2 million in meth a month
 •  Hawaii team helps identify 9 missing WWII U.S. airmen
 •  Toddler killed by Waipahu accident identified
 •  Missing hiker's body recovered in Haleakala stream
 •  ESPN football telecast to air UH-Manoa student video
 •  Ironman pulls Guatemalan coffee promotion in Kona
 •  Hawaii's high-octane offense goes to San Jose
 •  Wie shoots 7-over 79, in last at Samsung event
 •  Fujikawa finishes 2-over at Las Vegas tourney
 •  Hawaii football player reinstated at Weber State
 •  Makiki Trading owner ordered to jail in tax case
 •  Hawaii ranks well in study of arthritis and work
 •  Hawaii to test for lead at childcare facilities
 •  Haleakala bike-tour ban gets off to smooth start
 •  Hawaii Special Olympians win 19 World Games medals
 •  Hawaii foreclosures in September up from year ago
 •  HECO power pole repair work still under way in Aiea
 •  Woman, 42, in hospital after hit by car on King Street
 •  Infant cold medications pulled amid safety concerns
 •  UH researchers' paper probes Earth-like planet search
 •  Superferry special-session opponents meeting on Big Isle
 •  White Cane March set for tomorrow in Honolulu
 •  Lakers owner says he'd consider trading Kobe Bryant
 •  Hawaii Kai man wins Maui Writers Conference award
 •  Ex-La. Tech baseball coach fatally shoots wife, self
 •  Hawaii's 'Bachelor' to speak on fitness to kids
 •  2 U.S.-led coalition forces killed in Iraq attack
 •  Domestic violence conference under way in Honolulu
 •  Sandplay therapist to lecture at Unitarian Church
 •  Dow, S&P 500 end down after reaching new highs
 •  On the air: This weekend's football games

Local News
 •  More homeless hanging out in Waikiki
 •  Hawaii Superferry reprieve being drafted
 •  Future of company's 310 workers unclear
 •  Pearl Harbor museum worker admits stealing $170,000
 •  Hawaii toddler dies in parking-lot accident
 •  Old digs new again for Red Cross
 •  Patsy Mink aid to MCC student
 •  Help restore Ulupo Heiau
 •  Share views on landfill plan
 •  Meet on home construction
 •  Scope out stars in Waimea sky
 •  Brummel off to principal event
 •  Cultural event at Kamehameha
 •  Farmers mart opening Nov. 1
 •  Big Isle math, citizenship teacher wins '07 Milken
 •  Your child may need tutoring
 •  Colleges lectured on credit cards
 •  College costs
 •  Bar always high at Honaunau Elementary
 •  Suspected Hawaii meth smugglers arrested
 •  FindMasumi.org seeks tips on tourist missing in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii Kai man facing burglary, kidnap charges
 •  First humpback whales return to Hawaii
 •  Man attempts Waipahu kidnap
 •  Ask first, then place the parrot
 •  Ralph Tim McCabe, 66, saved lives
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH kicker Dan Kelly within striking distance Photo gallery
 •  Life is like a transition game for UH freshman from China
 •  Lakers' Jackson not upset with loss
 •  UH teams picked to finish sixth in WAC
 •  Out of the pool, they go their separate ways
 •  OIA playoff picture still fuzzy
 •  Punahou's Snieder to Northwestern
 •  Prep notices
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Wie hopes for fresh start at 18
 •  Golf keeps them young at heart
 •  Golf briefs
 •  Money Leaders
 •  Holes in One
 •  BeachBoys rally past Honu, 7-6
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Passing himself off as Tomey?

Island Life
 •  Man of steel will
 •  When is parental nudity wrong?
 •  Some studies show vitamins cause harm
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Locally grown food has benefits
 •  Mendez off to Ethiopia to help
 •  Move it to the hip-hop beats in the heart of Chinatown
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Book reflects life with autistic son
 •  'Lion King' cast stars in benefit cabaret show

 •  Maui home prices down but sales up
 •  Honolulu buyers favor organics more than most
 •  Gentry will build homes in 'Ewa with solar-power boosting option
 •  More airports opting for multi-airline check-in kiosks
 •  Boeing's Dreamliner schedule was a dream
 •  Online software to manage bookmarks won't cost a dime
 •  Chrysler reaches union pact just hours after strike begins
 •  Costco's earnings up 5% in quarter; stock up 9% in day
 •  Look for a little Zen in future Toyotas
 •  Suspension of downhill bike tours a tough blow for many
 •  Hawaiian health on D.C. agenda
 •  Panda Travel launches Web site
 •  Trade Winds

 •  No Child law leaves special needs behind
 •  FISA bill lends hope of restoring civil liberties
 •  U.S. at another turning point in Iraq saga
 •  Legislature should ask some questions first
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Big Island lava flows
 •  UH football practice