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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 17, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  NFL: Pats' RB Morris expected to miss at least a month
 •  NFL: QB Smith, TE Davis hope to play against Giants
 •  On the air: Weekend football games
 •  NBA: Bryant returns to practice, should play Thursday
 •  CFB: South Florida bulls way to No. 2
 •  NFL: Winless Rams finally getting some players back
 •  NFL: Winless Rams finally getting some players back
 •  NFL: Leftwich named Atlanta's starting QB
 •  NFL: QB Green unsure whether he'll be allowed to play
 •  Golf: Cabrera wins Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda
 •  CFB: Ohio State, Oregon 1-2 in Sports News ranking
 •  CFB: Sports News' midseason All-America team
 •  Soccer: Czech Rep. tops Germany, qualifies for Euro
 •  Soccer: Bradley scores to lead US over Switzerland
 •  Soccer: England loses, could miss Euro Championship
 •  Baseball: Orioles name new pitching coach
 •  Delta, Air France-KLM announce joint venture
 •  American Airlines' parent firm reports higher profit
 •  Young Brothers to bless newest barge on Nov. 6
 •  Hawai'i stock index dips as Central Pacific falls again
 •  Free yoga classes at Boca Hawaii Oct. 27-28
 •  Preps: Fall state championships around the corner
 •  Nominations sought for Hawai'i Business Hall of Fame
 •  Preps: ILH volleyball tournaments continue tomorrow
 •  Preps: No. 5 Seabury Hall ready for postseason
 •  Comedians joke to fight hunger at Sharkey's Nov. 2
 •  NFL: Bills to start rookie QB Edwards over Losman
 •  Hawai'i software maker says client extends product use
 •  Crash reported in town-bound lanes of Wilson Tunnel
 •  Shaw gets contract to clean, repair Red Hill tanks
 •  U.S. Dry Cleaning announces acquisition agreements
 •  Hawaii Theatre Follies auditions on Oct. 27
 •  NFL: Patriots Seymour, Brown still unable to practice
 •  Dalai Lama documentary to screen Sunday
 •  CFB: Add Pitt coach Wannstedt to injured list
 •  Baseball: No decision yet on Torre's future with Yanks
 •  NFL: Titans' QB Young bystander at practice
 •  Man reported injured when van hits house in Makaha
 •  WNBA: Atlanta becomes newest franchise
 •  NHL: Atlanta fires coach after 0-6 start
 •  NFL: Packers' Robinson reinstated by league
 •  NBA: Magic defeat Cavs in first of China games
 •  CFB: Penn St. player pleads not guilty to rape charges
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball playoffs continue today
 •  Oahu Young Adult Congress begins Friday
 •  Power restored to 1,000 homes, businesses in Waianae
 •  Unconscious person reported on city bus in Liliha
 •  70 percent chance of rain today
 •  Baseball: Postseason glance
 •  On the air tomorrow: Indians-Red Sox, NBA, football
 •  On the air today: NBA, hockey, golf
 •  Vietnam Film Experts speaking at EWC Forum
 •  Kamehameha students volunteer for Meals on Wheels
 •  UH disability group honoring 3 companies
 •  Moderate surf on the decline
 •  Coast Guard searching off Kaena Point for boater
 •  Hawaii Guard among 8 on alert for Iraq or Afghan duty
 •  Big Island rejects ban on big-box stores
 •  Boom-box violation leads to drug arrests in Waikiki
 •  Two suspected burglars caught inside Palisades home
 •  Ice, marijuana and cash seized in McCully raid
 •  City cleans 2,600-gallon sewage spill on Beretania
 •  Schofield commander tapped to lead U.S. Army Pacific
 •  Fujikawa will play pro event in Miami next week
 •  Human-like robot stars in pedestrian-safety campaign
 •  Ellen DeGeneres looking for local stories for TV show
 •  A&E's 'Bounty Hunter' to feature more Hawaii music
 •  Housing fund action demanded on Maui
 •  America returns for Blaisdell Arena show Nov. 27
 •  Hawaii ranks low on AARP's identity theft list (news release)
 •  Census report: Renters four times more likely to move
 •  Electrical power restored in Keeaumoku area
 •  Accident scene cleared; Nimitz Highway reopened
 •  Waimanalo Country Fair begins Friday
 •  Keiki Safety Day set for Saturday
 •  Get update on Medicare D drug plans at Lanakila fair
 •  Sustainability meetings set for North Shore, Koolauloa
 •  Maui Family YMCA adds to capital campaign
 •  Kaiser High council names key representatives
 •  Waimea school to update residents on CEO search
 •  Retail, wholesale gas price gap narrows to 46 cents
 •  Sam's Club to offer $20 flu shots
 •  Social Security benefits to increase 2.3 percent
 •  Guam takes part in terrorist response exercise
 •  2 Americans among 23 new cardinals named by Pope
 •  CFB: Las Vegas Bowl sells out two months in advance
 •  Baseball: Rockies to sell Series tickets only online
 •  Wall Street ends volatile session mixed

Local News
 •  50% of Hawaii students signed up for flu shots Photo gallery
 •  175 Hawaii female inmates may return
 •  Hawaii lawmakers likely to reconvene
 •  Hawaii lawmaker apologizes for DUI
 •  Marines return to Hawaii from Iraq Photo gallery
 •  Medical staff prepares with birth simulator
 •  Gather around for storytellers
 •  Cruz celebrates his new album
 •  Ghost Ship sails into spookiness
 •  Halloween bash Oct. 26 at park
 •  Book sale to benefit library
 •  Soiree to help school's fund
 •  Craft fairs focus on Isle artisans
 •  Discussion on Pohakuloa issue
 •  Abercrombie only Dem to oppose bill
 •  Hirono, Abercrombie report lower fundraising since June
 •  Hawaii soldiers face hearing tomorrow
 •  Fraud at Hawaii hospital alleged
 •  Wai'anae health center gets $2M grant
 •  City gives more time to plan Hawaii resort
 •  Kona motorcycle victim identified
 •  Obituaries

 •  Hawaii QB Brennan going to Senior Bowl
 •  Warriors' scrimmage sure to be a big hit Video
 •  UH's 6-foot-10 Chinese import has torn ACL
 •  Future UH-Nebraska football game on hold
 •  UH-San Jose State seen in 1.3M households on ESPN
 •  Warriors dealing with change of pace
 •  Many happy returns for Rough Rider girls
 •  Kalani digs up victory in OIA playoff opener
 •  Prep football standings
 •  Games on TV
 •  Two-day Oahu planner
 •  OIA Red begins football playoff
 •  Pigskin Picks
 •  Naleimaile owes thanks to 'Mommie Dearest'
 •  Byrd, huge fifth inning boost Cleveland to 3-1 ALCS lead Photo gallery
 •  Creighton's Tanimoto up to speed
 •  Two-hitter lifts Sharks over Honu
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Picture perfect so far for UH

Island Life
 •  Going Private
 •  'Bionic' changes welcomed
 •  Spooky tales abound on stage in 'Obake'
 •  'Pushing Daisies' works its magic on TV
 •  Trias rejoining Society of Seven
 •  Money, presents top wish lists
 •  Monster bash Video
 •  Cook something yummy for Halloween
 •  Book has tips on local-style parties
 •  Pair fish with fruit for a fast and tangy salsa
 •  Potatoes au gratin can be delicious with reduced fat
 •  Enjoy recipe for sweet bonding time with child
 •  Food Network program filmed at Hali'imaile General Store
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Mama's rich pesto, from Italy Video

 •  Hawaii hotel's pond restored, reopens soon Photo gallery Video
 •  UH study shows vegetables fight heart disease, diabetes
 •  Mike Latronic carving across surf media
 •  HVCB names hotel veteran to corporate meetings post
 •  Mortgage industry predicts slide will continue into '09
 •  Apple says its new operating system available next week
 •  Health center awarded $2 million
 •  Pediatrics award cites 2 in Isles
 •  Pacific Beach offers jobs to current staff
 •  Oil futures hit a record $88 a barrel
 •  AT&T softens cell termination penalties
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Yahoo sees better times ahead
 •  UH health program re-accredited
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Superferry process must move forward
 •  Ecotourism showcases Hawaii's true allure
 •  Finding a moment of separation from the griefs of this world
 •  Sudan situation goes from bad to worse
 •  This is a time for leadership, not blame
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Pushing Daisies' works its magic on TV
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Princess Kaiulani Statue Lei draping celebration
 •  Flu shots at Lanakila Elementary
 •  Marines return home
 •  Blessing for the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon
 •  MLB playoffs