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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 30, 2007

BREAKING LOCAL NEWS
 •  Mesa ordered to pay Hawaiian Air $80M (Updated at 3:39 p.m.)  
 •  Man charged in '05 Ewa Beach stabbing, armed robbery (Updated at 9:49 p.m.)  
 •  UH professor charged with luring child for sex online (Updated at 7:14 p.m.)  
 •  Police arrest Colorado fugitive in Waikiki (Updated at 9:33 p.m.)  
 •  Arson suspected in Central Maui Pre-School fire (Updated at 5:52 p.m.)  
 •  California man recounts Hawaii shark bite experience (Updated at 2:43 p.m.)  
 •  Man charged in Waianae knife attack (Updated at 6:08 p.m.)  
 •  Boy, 14, robbed by 3 males at Waipahu bus stop (Updated at 6:48 p.m.)  
 •  Pedestrian accident reported at Nuuanu and Vineyard (Updated at 2:42 p.m.)  
 •  Fire causes $300,000 damage to Nanakuli home - video (Updated at 3:41 p.m.)  
 •  $6 million released for portable Hawaii classrooms (Updated at 3:32 p.m.)  
 •  Halawa attempted murder suspect released (Posted at 9:58 p.m.)  
 •  Hawaii judge fails to win Senate confirmation (Updated at 2:59 p.m.)  
 •  Senate panel approves coral reefs protection bill (Updated at 3:06 p.m.)  
 •  Honolulu nursing-home costs among highest in U.S. (Updated at 8:50 p.m.)  
 •  Firefighters sent to extinguish brushfire by Makua Cave (Posted at 10:30 a.m.)  
 •  Man detained following knife threat at Aloha Tower (Updated at 3:14 p.m.)  
 •  Man stabbed, 2nd arrested at Waipahu halfway home (Updated at 3:24 p.m.)  
 •  Woman accused of hitting man in head with phone (Updated at 3:17 p.m.)  
 •  Emergency crews responding to Kaimuki moped crash (Posted at 8:07 a.m.)  
 •  Tree reported on fire at Hilton Hawaiian Village (Posted at 11:10 a.m.)  
 •  Part of Hoolaulea Street in Pearl City remains closed (Updated at 10:30 a.m.)  
 •  Hawaii children's rights council to honor teen (Posted at 10:11 a.m.)  
 •  Major accidents down 16 percent on Big Island (Posted at 12:55 a.m.)  
 •  Halloween stories at Salt Lake-Moanalua library (Posted at 12:49 a.m.)  
 •  Most of Hawaii remains under high surf advisory (Posted at 12:51 a.m.)  
 •  Judge to discuss new court structure on Big Island (Posted at 12:48 a.m.)  
 •  High school students performing at library (Posted at 12:45 a.m.)  
 •  Hawaii farmers can get federal crop insurance (Updated at 12:57 a.m.)  
 •  Livestock farmers meeting on Big Island (Posted at 12:42 a.m.)  
 •  'Officer of the Month' announced on Big Island (Posted at 12:41 a.m.)  
 •  Morning showers expected in windward, mauka areas (Posted at 6:25 a.m.)  
 •  Kauai credit union subject of another phishing attack (Posted at 11:56 a.m.)  
 •  Accomplished writer to read at UH Hilo (Posted at 12:50 a.m.)  
 •  State DOE's business office changes name (Posted at 12:54 a.m.)  
BREAKING SPORTS
 •  Fujikawa struggles to make a cut, for all right reasons (Updated at 3:28 p.m.)  
 •  UH running back Cox dismissed from football team (Updated at 3:03 p.m.)  
 •  Grady Little resigns as Dodgers manager (Posted at 3:18 p.m.)  
 •  Girardi agrees to 3-year deal with Yankees (Updated at 9:32 a.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Mattingly not angry at Yanks, will move on (Posted at 11:47 a.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Red Sox celebrate another championship (Posted at 9:33 a.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Dragons take 2-1 lead in Japan Series (Posted at 9:42 a.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Brewers decline to pick up option on Jenkins (Posted at 9:55 a.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Astros re-sign C Ausmus to 1-year deal (Posted at 10:49 a.m.)  
 •  College: Athletes top non-athletes in graduation rates (Posted at 2:58 p.m.)  
 •  College: Cal point guard Randle has biopsy on kidney (Posted at 2:04 a.m.)  
 •  NBA: Western Conference capsules (Posted at 2:29 a.m.)  
 •  NBA: Eastern Conference capsules (Posted at 2:41 a.m.)  
 •  NBA: Duncan, Spurs agree on 2-year extension (Posted at 9:39 a.m.)  
 •  NBA: Pavlovic ends holdout, agrees to deal with Cavs (Posted at 3:07 p.m.)  
 •  NBA: Mavericks sign Juwan Howard; waive Mbenga (Posted at 3:12 p.m.)  
 •  NBA: Lakers exercise options on Bynum, Farmar (Posted at 2:09 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: 49er QB Smith playing through pain seems unwise (Posted at 2:43 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: Sam Dana, oldest former player, dies at age 104 (Posted at 4:28 p.m.)  
 •  Soccer: Germany to host 2011 Women's World Cup (Posted at 9:44 a.m.)  
 •  Soccer: Lone bidder Brazil to host 2014 World Cup (Posted at 9:47 a.m.)  
 •  On the air today: NBA season tips off, hockey (Posted at 1:49 a.m.)  
 •  On the air tomorrow: NBA, hockey, Winter Baseball (Posted at 1:50 a.m.)  
BREAKING BUSINESS
 •  Mesa ordered to pay Hawaiian Air $80M (Updated at 3:39 p.m.)  
 •  TIMELINE: How events unfolded in the case (Updated at 2:55 p.m.)  
 •  Hawaiian Air's 3rd-quarter profit soars 151% to $19.6M (Updated at 3:11 p.m.)  
 •  Honolulu nursing-home costs among highest in U.S. (Updated at 8:50 p.m.)  
 •  Stocks pull back amid decline in consumer confidence (Updated at 12:43 p.m.)  
 •  Northrup Grumman contract includes Hawaii sub work (Updated at 3:54 p.m.)  
 •  Kauai credit union subject of another phishing attack (Posted at 11:56 a.m.)  
 •  Central Pacific shares down, Hawaiian's jump (Posted at 12:50 p.m.)  
 •  Business Briefs: IHOP buyout of Applebee's approved (Posted at 2:13 p.m.)  
BREAKING ISLAND LIFE
 •  My Chemical Romance tickets go on sale Saturday (Posted at 9:54 a.m.)  
 •  Bishop Museum Treat Street to give Lion King goodies (Posted at 10:41 a.m.)  
 •  Chef Mavro among Gayot Top 40 (Posted at 7:07 a.m.)  
 •  Author McBride to offer workshops at Unity (Posted at 8:25 a.m.)  
 •  Calvary Assembly of God plans mission conference (Posted at 8:37 a.m.)  
 •  Ministry to Muslims founder coming to Hawaii (Posted at 9:06 a.m.)  
 •  High school students performing at library (Posted at 12:45 a.m.)  
 •  Accomplished writer to read at UH Hilo (Posted at 12:50 a.m.)  
 •  Halloween stories at Salt Lake-Moanalua library (Posted at 12:49 a.m.)  
BREAKING ENTERTAINMENT
 •  My Chemical Romance tickets go on sale Saturday (Posted at 9:54 a.m.)  
 •  Bishop Museum Treat Street to give Lion King goodies (Posted at 10:41 a.m.)  

Local News
 •  Family mourns Hawaii boy killed on moped Video
 •  Tax credit brings $822M in investments
 •  Man sentenced in Hawaii blackmail case
 •  Hawaii shark attacks California visitor
 •  Final vote for Hawaii Superferry nears
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  High-tech sewage units ready to run
 •  Ewa Weed & Seed given national McGruff award
 •  Money shortfall cancels North Shore Festival
 •  $6.45 million released for Keaukaha military center
 •  $125,000 grant awarded to KEY Project center
 •  Writer seeks mementos for Rotary anniversary
 •  4-year-old who drowned on Saturday is identified
 •  Library to host holiday program for preschoolers
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Chamber reprimanded for effort to boost Case
LEGISLATURE
 •  Hawaii judge nominee may not be confirmed
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Senate panel approves Frank for Cabinet post
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  B-2s drop dummy bombs on Big Island
EDUCATION
 •  Hawaii disputes dropout numbers
COURTS
 •  Two versions of fatal Hawaii shooting
POLICE
 •  Hawaii professor busted in child sex sting
 •  Salt Lake pickup truck attack suspect arrested
BIG ISLAND
 •  Hawaii crews battle 3 remaining blazes
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Senate committee endorses Frank
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  A voice resounds from Tahiti

Sports
 •  Injury to sideline Hawaii's Monteilh Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii topping the charts Photo gallery Video
 •  ESPN may air UH-Fresno contest
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Vision, speed propel Bailey
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Torres says he wants to guide Kahuku next year
 •  ILH bowling Signaigo doubles fun, titles
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  State Volleyball Tournament
 •  State Bowling
 •  State Cross Country
SURFING
 •  Youth serving notice at Xcel
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Hawaii titlists master steep challenge in run
ISLE FILE
 •  Wilkes' goal stops BYUH
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Now's the time to fill up stadium

Island Life
 •  Having fun with FUN 5 Photo gallery Video
 •  Deadline for fiction contest about a month away Audio
 •  Seinfeld creating a buzz with 'Bee'
PARENTING
 •  Parents nowadays take children too 'seriously'
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Alternative goodies
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
MOMS
 •  'Gal getaways' more women vacationing sans men
 •  Parents nowadays take children too 'seriously'
WAYNE HARADA
 •  And the Hoku lifetime awards go to ...

Business
 •  Buyers snap up $76M worth of Hawaii condos
 •  Sports helps inspire Hawaii school's leader Audio
 •  Hawaii Tourism Authority campaign wins eight awards
TOURISM
 •  Local wares on display at fundraiser
BANKING
 •  California's real estate market hurts Central Pacific's bottom line
WORKPLACE
 •  Scaring people is a hard but lucrative job
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Nordstrom charity gala set for March 5
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  T-shirts aid Superferry workers
 •  Oil futures near $94, a record high
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Oahu can be part of recycling campaign
 •  Longtime Red Cross volunteer a role model
COMMENTARY
 •  Foreign policy sets Clinton apart from Dems
 •  Hawaii's Red Cross marks a milestone
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's Pix
 •  It's about Fun 5
 •  UH football practice