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Articles for October 16, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  NFL: Chargers center out 3-4 weeks with foot sprain
 •  NFL: Warner's ligament tear may not require surgery
 •  Oceanic Time Warner to carry Fox Business Network (news release)
 •  Lundstrom to retire from Mental Health Kokua
 •  College: Questions linger over Sampson's infractions
 •  Hawaiian Holdings sets conference call for Oct. 30
 •  Human genetics group books Hawai'i convention in '09
 •  Traffic accident reported at Kalaheo High School
 •  Business Briefs: Yahoo earnings slip, Madonna deal
 •  California worries about Med flies in San Jose
 •  Search under way for diver missing in Yokohama Bay
 •  CFB: Trojans hoping injured players will return soon
 •  Baseball: Yankees make no decision on Torre's future
 •  NBA: Ex-ref Donaghy forfeits cash as part of plea deal
 •  Soccer: Beckham 'looks great' training with Galaxy
 •  Tennis: Federer shows little rust in win in Madrid
 •  College: Hopkins to succeed Boeheim at Syracuse
 •  HVCB hires Nishi to promote business meetings here
 •  Golf: Harrington leads PGA Grand Slam in Bermuda
 •  NFL: Judge approves neutering of Vick's dogs
 •  Lacrosse: Labor disagreement cancels NLL season
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams retires in 1st rd. of Zurich Open
 •  NFL: Ex-Cowboy Ron Springs in coma
 •  CFB: Osborne to return as Nebraska interim AD
 •  CEO of go! airline's parent answered questions live
 •  Preps: OIA JV, Blue volleyball tournaments schedule
 •  Preps: ILH JV volleyball tournaments resume today
 •  Preps: MIL volleyball tournaments start tomorrow
 •  NFL: Seeking QB depth, Cardinals sign Tim Hasselbeck
 •  NFL: Dolphins trade WR Chambers to Chargers
 •  Golf: Woods to have his own sports drink
 •  Fast food topic of Nov. 10 lecture
 •  Mission Houses plans Halloween, holiday events
 •  Maui company inks West Coast distribution pact
 •  Central Union talk to discuss 175th anniversary
 •  Silent vampire flick to be set to organ music Oct. 31
 •  Baseball: Stoneman steps down as Angels' GM
 •  CFB: Notre Dame to start Sharpley at QB vs. USC
 •  CFB: Callahan won't step down as Nebraska coach
 •  Rocker Johnny Helm to appear at brunch show
 •  NFL: Bucs acquire RB Bennett from Chiefs
 •  NFL: 49ers hope to bring back power running game
 •  CFB: Still in control in SEC, LSU hopes for title shot
 •  NFL: Browns QB silencing critics, calls for Quinn
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA, hockey, golf
 •  On the air today: Red Sox-Indians, hockey, golf
 •  Baseball: Postseason glance
 •  Cigarette, stove started fires in Kapolei, Wahiawa
 •  Police identify motorcyclist killed in Kona crash
 •  Senate has votes for Superferry special session
 •  Rep. Karamatsu arrested in drunken driving incident
 •  UH hoop player from China out for season with injury
 •  Indians beat Red Sox, on verge of World Series berth
 •  In topsy-turvy season, Warriors, 5 others stay perfect
 •  Calif. prep team punished for recruiting violations
 •  Ill cruise passenger rescued off Oahu
 •  Waianae health center wins $2 million federal grant
 •  Young Brothers gets state OK for 7.5% fuel surcharge
 •  Salvation Army to offer applications for holiday aid
 •  UH research: Veggies help fight heart disease, diabetes
 •  UH Office of Public Health Studies wins accreditation
 •  Earthquake hits south of Fiji Ises; no tsunami reported
 •  New director named for Office of Information Practices
 •  HFD makes quick work of structure fire in Kapolei
 •  Olympian Tommie Smith to speak at 'Iolani Nov. 5
 •  4.2 earthquake hits Southern California
 •  Lingle in Texas to speak about national parks
 •  Apple's latest operating system on sale Oct. 26
 •  30,000 near rumbling volcano in Indonesia evacuated
 •  Sixteen arrested for DUI on Big Island
 •  Lanes closed on Kalanianaole highway
 •  Youth project gets $125,000 boost
 •  Pirate attacks up 14 percent worldwide
 •  Executive Director named for Hawai'inuiakea School
 •  Maui's infrastructure to be reviewed today
 •  Blown transformer slows traffic on Dillingham near HCC
 •  Hawaii Coast Guard crew logs 1 million flight hours
 •  UHA, pediatrics group lauded for new health program
 •  Director Wayne Wang cancels HIFF appearances
 •  Wall Street sinks for second straight session
 •  More trade winds, partly sunny skies in forecast
 •  'Most Wanted' suspect on Big Island turns himself in
 •  Small northwest swell raising surf
 •  Christening for new Young Brothers barge today
 •  Blue Cross, Blue Shield join Primary Care Phys. Groups (news release)
 •  CFB: Baylor assistant suspended after urinating in bar

Local News
 •  Hawaii soldier's face repaired by Iraq Star
 •  Hawaii Superferry would have tight rein
 •  Hawaii State Assessment tests have errors
 •  Cockfighting operation sent birds to Hawaii
 •  Say brings up son's Superferry employment
 •  Waipahu market's opening delayed
 •  Top surfers at 2007 Xcel Pro
 •  Highway lanes will be closed
 •  Deadline set for City Lights
 •  The Bard joins Haunted House
 •  Volunteers to clean Pouhala
 •  Pearlridge site of senior fair
 •  Community TV will host party
 •  Forum focus on wellness travel
 •  Timely Hawaii disaster alerts are top priority
 •  Hawaii-based man to receive Medal of Honor posthumously
 •  Hawaii anthurium captures blue ribbon
 •  Killing of deputy sheriff in bar tied to "protection"
 •  Hawaii hopes to regenerate koa forest in North Kona
 •  Quakes' aftereffects still being felt on Maui
 •  Input sought on sustainability
 •  Obituaries

 •  Rainbow Wahine win 13th game in a row
 •  Punt coverage hasn't been special
 •  New group will take over troubled Hawaii ABA team
 •  Rock on! Colorado in first World Series Photo gallery
 •  When Dewalt gets the ball look out
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  Girls volleyball standings
 •  OIA Girls volleyball
 •  ILH Girls volleyball
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Kalaheo wins coin toss, No. 3 seed
 •  Giants pound Falcons
 •  Indians take 2-1 lead on Red Sox
 •  Opportunity knocks for ex-'Bow Inouye
 •  Chaminade hitter honored by PacWest
 •  UH soccer's Ako, Lu earn WAC honors
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Stability a problem for Wie

Island Life
 •  Teresa Bright Audio
 •  Asking for a hand can establish a connection
 •  They each wrote the book on stylishness
 •  Daughter needs to learn to handle friend troubles on own
 •  Go behind the masks
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Daughter needs to learn to handle friend troubles on own
 •  Daytime soap operas seeing influx of Isle stars

 •  Median sale price for Oahu homes up 2.3%
 •  Moloka'i Ranch to file final EIS on La'au Point project
 •  'No frills' units are small and old, but qualify as 'affordable'
 •  Leadership Corner
 •  Hawaiian names new operations VP
 •  1st superjumbos finally arrive, but bigger challenges lie ahead
 •  Computers top Americans' Christmas list, survey finds
 •  Readers offer their take on veterans, students
 •  2,000 losing jobs as focus is on ad growth
 •  Young Bros. to receive new barge
 •  Horizon raising fuel surcharge to 25%
 •  Agreement reached at 2 Las Vegas hotels
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  UAW leaders like Chrysler contract
 •  SBA award nominations sought
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  All children must be ensured school access
 •  Regional efforts could alter Myanmar agenda
 •  Gore becomes the ultimate rebuke to Bush
 •  Rise of China is not a threat but a promise
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's Pix
 •  Major League Baseball Playoffs