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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 18, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Maui Police Department suspends 6 for infractions
 •  Maui man gets probation, widow's forgiveness in crash
 •  CFB: Mack helps Utah run by TCU, 27-20
 •  CFB: Carroll declines to name starting USC QB
 •  NFL: 49ers to start Dilfer at QB; Smith to suit up
 •  NFL: Ginn says he's ready for bigger role with Dolphins
 •  CFB: Oregon frosh. WR has dad at his side, as coach
 •  Local musicians picked for 'From the Top' Nov. 16
 •  NBA: Judge weighs Sonics lease at KeyArena
 •  NFL: Cards QB Warner practices, might play
 •  Hawaiian Electric appoints Li as general counsel
 •  NBA: Ex-player Keon Clark arrested by U.S. marshals
 •  NFL: Walker to have surgery on right knee
 •  Holoholo Thursdays keep Chinatown stops open late
 •  Preps: Baldwin boys clinch MIL bowling title
 •  Continental, Southwest post higher earnings
 •  Fundraiser for surfer Jeannie Chesser in Manoa Oct. 20
 •  Barnwell appoints New Jersey attorney to its board
 •  Advertiser's Holiday Fiction contest opens
 •  Hawai'i index falls again, led by Central Pacific again
 •  Hershey's profit drops 66 percent, cuts 2007 forecast
 •  Al Waterson's karaoke contest heads into finals
 •  Tennis: Henin eases into quarterfinals in Switzerland
 •  Tennis: Federer advances to quarterfinals in Spain
 •  Soccer: Man gets 15 months jail for attacking manager
 •  CFB: Aggies QB Holbrook will return for Idaho game
 •  Preps: ILH volleyball semifinals today
 •  Hear that? It's a listening class in Kaimuki
 •  NFL: Bills express interest in playing game in Toronto
 •  Torre out as Yankees manager, rejects offer to return
 •  NFL: Panthers QB Delhomme undergoes elbow surgery
 •  NBA: Police search player's home in alleged assault
 •  NBA: Magic defeat Chinese All Stars in China games
 •  Preps: OIA volleyball tournaments continue today
 •  Soka Gakkai offers 'World is Yours to Change' talks
 •  Search continues off Kaena Point for missing boater
 •  NFL: 49ers talking about a more aggressive offense
 •  CFB: USC's top receiving threat might become blocker
 •  On the air tomorrow: Prep, college football, golf
 •  Baseball: Yanks won't negotiate if A-Rod opts out
 •  On the air today: Indians-Red Sox, NBA, football
 •  NFL: Traded Miami WR Chambers gets to know Rivers
 •  CFB: Sun Devils lose top running back for season
 •  Man robs First Hawaiian Bank in Kapahulu
 •  Hilo Intermediate teacher wins state honors
 •  Search ends for missing boater off Waianae
 •  Vietnam War pilot's remains identified at Hickam lab
 •  Waikiki man charged with kidnapping, sex assault
 •  Hawaii-based soldier seeks dismissal of murder charge
 •  No. 2 South Florida upset by Rutgers, 30-27
 •  Former Pacific Command chief Adm. Crowe dies
 •  Police search for woman last seen in Kakaako area
 •  Maui man in critical condition after Wailuku car crash
 •  Molokai, Baldwin clinch state girls volleyball berths
 •  Chaminade to host 'Indigenous Nations' conference
 •  Beckett's pitching keeps Red Sox alive in ALCS
 •  Lingle releases $112K for Hilo High fire alarm system
 •  Conference to focus on fall prevention for seniors
 •  Waimea's Dizon credits coaches for Butkus nomination
 •  Honolulu's YouthBuild receives $1M in federal funding
 •  Comedian, last 'Rat Pack' member Joey Bishop dies
 •  Injured person reported at Pali Highway and Beretania
 •  Traffic changes on Farrington near Kahe Power Plant
 •  Wall Street pares losses, finishes little changed
 •  Lingle tags nearly $5M for Honolulu airport upgrades
 •  City's satellite halls soon to offer free wi-fi service
 •  North Shore surf could peak at 10 feet today
 •  On Leno, Obama lances Clinton, jokes about Cheney
 •  3-car traffic collision on Kauai
 •  Lingle releases nearly $5 milion for airport
 •  Poll: Americans 'less pessimistic' about Iraq war
 •  Kauai expected to get most of today's rain
 •  BOE meeting today in Kailua
 •  Help needed for cleanup on Kapa'a Quarry Road
 •  Job fair Saturday on Maui
 •  West Hawai'i Bar Association to meet Oct. 30
 •  United Airlines raises roundtrip fares by up to $20
 •  ATA begins fare sale with $124 Los Angeles flights
 •  Work to start on Kaua'i affordable rental project
 •  Ex-ESPN anchor Dan Patrick joins Sports Illustrated
 •  Festival of Hope and Light kicks off tomorrow
 •  Hearings today to determine fate for 2 soldiers
 •  Eco-Lounge grand opening in Kailua today
 •  Minor sewage spill reported on Beretania
 •  Olympics: Beijing designs high-tech, everlasting torch
 •  On the air: This weekend's football TV games

Local News
 •  Hawaii school honoring Iraq war vet grad Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii Guard may be sent to war next year
 •  Hawaii Superferry bill shields state on liability
 •  Honolulu police chief continues on sick leave
 •  Deadly 'superbug' staph thrives in Hawaii
 •  Can-do spirit for charity Photo gallery Video
 •  YMCA project gets $100,000
 •  Condo towers given final OK
 •  Search on for missing boater
 •  Medicare drug plan on agenda
 •  Water park has keiki safety day
 •  Country fair this weekend
 •  School chief to be discussed
 •  Open meeting on UH strategy
 •  Contractor bribe trial hears from Isle escort
 •  Obama top fundraiser in Isles with at least $335,363
 •  Honolulu curbside recycling fee hits snag
 •  More families reading to their young kids
 •  Teacher of Year to be announced
 •  Writing a research paper is a skill to learn
 •  Elementary education for 'biblical thinkers'
 •  Fake religious claims get around vaccination rules
 •  Weather data watchers confer in Honolulu
 •  Robot narrator gives kids street safety tips
 •  Hawaii County Council rejects Wal-Mart ban
 •  Rig overturns on Nimitz, tying up traffic for hours
 •  Tow trucks must obey traffic laws
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH Warriors mock draft for 'game' Photo gallery Video
 •  Fujikawa to play next week in Miami
 •  Chun enjoys busy mix of golf, academics at Stanford
 •  Carney getting boost from extended family
 •  Company chosen to install new turf
 •  Fujioka gives 'Iolani a lift with flexibility
 •  Drowning victim was friend to many Castle players
 •  OIA Red begins football playoff
 •  Prep notices
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Wie's wonderful world was lost in rough 2007
 •  Kim returns for Hawaii-Japan Cup
 •  Time for home cooking; taking it low this week
 •  PGA money leaders
 •  Holes in One
 •  Pitching fuels Sharks' attack on Honu, 2-0
 •  Not end of world for Red Sox
 •  Kai scores a goal for U.S. in 4-0 win over Mexico
 •  Vitale set to fight on card in San Jose
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Faildo to end incredible career

Island Life
 •  Model behavior Audio
 •  Test theory that grateful people are happier
 •  'Joy Luck' director cancels HIFF appearance
 •  Movie openings
 •  Clooney takes us back to '70s with 'Michael Clayton'
 •  Health calendar
 •  Coriolus: a medicinal mushroom
 •  Healthful recipes that taste great
 •  Handlebars roar again in jungle
 •  Uncovered secrets revealed
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Overcome obstacles by being grateful
 •  Diamond Head Theatre to stage 'Les MisÚrables'

 •  New Kauai ethanol plant delayed
 •  Gasoline price gap narrows
 •  Disney will overhaul California Adventure park
 •  High-end digital SLRs cost more, perform better
 •  Investors fear a return of Black Monday
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  $4.9M freed for power backup at airport
 •  Red Hill tanks will be cleaned and repaired
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Programs part of prison solution
 •  Time to modernize air traffic control system
 •  Congress undermining U.S. foreign policy
 •  Carbon neutrality can help save planet
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  Clooney takes us back to '70s with 'Michael Clayton'
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Iraq war veteran Tammy Duckworth
 •  Can-struction projects at Pearlridge
 •  UH football practice