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Articles for October 15, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Indians beat Red Sox to take 2-1 ALCS lead
 •  Baseball: Indians beat Red Sox to take 2-1 ALCS lead
 •  Meetings on Hawaii sustainability plan set on Oahu
 •  NFL: Seahawks DT Darby out for year with knee injury
 •  NFL: Smith due back in 49ers' practice Wednesday
 •  2008 nominations sought for small-business awards
 •  NFL: Super Bowl may someday be held in London
 •  NBA: Bryant misses Laker practice with sore knee
 •  New Young Brothers barge to be christened tomorrow
 •  CFB: SEC fines UK $50,000 for postgame celebration
 •  DOE to discuss scanning errors on Hawaii school test
 •  Business Briefs: AOL layoffs, Mattel earnings slip
 •  FACE of Nuuanu design winners announced
 •  Hawai'i stock index declines for fourth day
 •  Awards: Ochoa, Abbott selected Sportswomen of Year
 •  NFL: Bulger says he'll be back this week for 0-6 Rams
 •  NFL: Titans Young has MRI on leg, is day to day
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  CFB: Nebraska AD fired 2 days after loss to Okla. State
 •  Preps: ILH volleyball tournaments resume Thursday
 •  Kitty Hawk cargo company files for bankruptcy
 •  Kai Sensors inks Army contract for new technology
 •  Preps: BIIF cross country results
 •  Two co-defendants agree to testify against Simpson
 •  Eastern Orthodox church to offer 'healing Mass'
 •  Deadline for Shichi-Go-San festival approaching
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball playoffs start tomorrow
 •  Indian scholar to discuss 'Partition' Oct. 22
 •  Preps: Tackling goals with a prosthetic
 •  NFL: Nolan tries to reverse 49ers regression
 •  Olympics: IOC head says Jones admission a good thing
 •  CFB: Irish OL leaves after losing starting job
 •  Cycling: Pereiro finally named Tour de France winner
 •  More trouble for O.J.: co-defendant turns against him
 •  No tsunami threat from New Zealand earthquake
 •  Hawaii nutrition firm announces product developments (news release)
 •  Broken water main closes lane on N. Kuakini Street
 •  Trade winds will continue over next several days
 •  Marital yarn tops Clooney at box office
 •  CFB: Callahan clings to hope as Nebraska freefalls
 •  CFB: Oregon's defense makes a statement vs. WSU
 •  CFB: A rarity as Miami, Florida State meet unranked
 •  Baseball: Postseason glance
 •  On the air tomorrow: Red Sox-Indians, golf, hockey
 •  On the air today: Baseball playoffs, NFL
 •  Earth Sciences Week celebrations under way
 •  HFD commendation ceremony today
 •  Kalani High School celebrating 50th anniversary
 •  Lingle in Texas to discuss national parks
 •  North swell arriving later today
 •  Kauai brushfire burns 100 acres near Koloa resort
 •  Police investigating fatal fall at H-3 tunnel
 •  Fatal Kaimuki shooting was not homicide
 •  Man on Big Island faces burglary, drug charges
 •  Two men charged in Waianae burglary
 •  No. 11 Rainbow Wahine sweep Utah State in volleyball
 •  Hawaii will administer flu vaccine to 66,000 children
 •  Cockfighting bust nets record 5,000 birds, 50 arrests
 •  Vegas workers reach contract deal with 2 Boyd hotels
 •  Oahu Circuit Court judge nominated to appeals court
 •  Rainbow Wahine move up to No. 11 in volleyball poll
 •  Wie's agent resigns; second to do so in two years
 •  Oahu median home price up 2.3% in third quarter
 •  United Airlines joins others in raising fares by $10
 •  HMSA updates Web site on health plans, drug coverage
 •  Pacific Beach Hotel workers to rally tomorrow
 •  Maui residents still dealing with earthquakes' effects
 •  Road less traveled hurting Maui businesses
 •  Kalaheo awarded No. 3 seed for OIA football playoffs
 •  Flower created at UH wins national competition
 •  Armored vehicle arrives on Big Island
 •  City Lights display deadline is Oct. 24
 •  HECO upgrading utility poles in Waimalu area
 •  Grammy winner Kahumoku to perform in Florida
 •  Internet pedophile sought worldwide ID'd as teacher
 •  3 Americans win Nobel economics prize
 •  Gay Episcopal bishop to speak at St. Clement's

Local News
 •  Pranksters want debate on Hawaii's Chinatown
 •  Hawaiian Electric beefs up crisis training
 •  Executive of Hawaii non-profit a felon
 •  Body of Hawaii teen swimmer found
 •  Hawaii Gov. Lingle to keynote parks summit
 •  Pilates boosts breast cancer research
 •  Shanghai group set to perform
 •  Pumpkin Patch Festival at farm
 •  Legal advice for seniors offered
 •  Prison ministry celebrates 30th
 •  Property sale plan advances
 •  Lane closures on Pali, Likelike
 •  Meeting set for marine council
 •  Vets young, old will be in stride
 •  Are security contractors 'unlawful combatants'?
 •  Disability reforms can't wait
 •  U.S. fights illegal technology exports
 •  Army admits more ex-criminals
 •  Protection sought for 2 rare birds on Kauai
 •  For the Environment
 •  Hawaii astronomer puts Pluto in focus
 •  Hawaii Saddle Road faces realignment
 •  Health center elects slate of new officers
 •  Protection sought for 2 rare birds on Kauai
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH Warriors ranked 18th in first BCS poll
 •  UH basketball team likes being unknown commodity
 •  UH topples Fresno State, 2-1
 •  Patriots roll past Cowboys Photo gallery
 •  Ochoa shifts into overdrive at Samsung
 •  Vikings nudge Bears
 •  NFL - Hawaii ties
 •  Titans lose QB Young in defeat
 •  Tomlinson runs down Raiders
 •  Boise State wins wild one, 69-67
 •  Honu douse CaneFires in 9-3 win
 •  Rockies one win from NLCS sweep Photo gallery
 •  Shigezawa rallies for victory in Turtle Bay Amateur golf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Five more wins should equal BCS

Island Life
 •  Bold colors of Fall
 •  Islanders will meet 'Potter' author
 •  Learn how to let go of e-mails
 •  Theater gives orchestra big new sound
 •  Michael Caine's secret to survival
 •  Energy-efficient living, Island style
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hawaii hospital death rates drop by 3.9%
 •  Hawaii group keeps ecotourism on track
 •  FDA drug research center shows promise
 •  U.S. toy makers busy after series of recalls
 •  Kai Sensors wins Army contract worth up to $850K
 •  Kodak bowing out of Olympic sponsorship picture
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Kauai County
 •  Banks team up to avert credit crisis
 •  Nevada gaming revenue down
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Readiness still shaky, one year after quake
 •  Domestic abuse goes beyond class, age, race
 •  Laws shouldn't be changed to suit whims
 •  Camel ad blitz nothing but poison in pink
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Bold colors of Fall
 •  Theater gives orchestra big new sound
 •  Michael Caine's secret to survival
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  NFL Week 6
 •  Major League Baseball