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Articles for September 8, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Tennis: Henin rolls past Kuznetsova for U.S. Open title
 •  CFB: South Florida upsets No. 17 Auburn, 26-23
 •  Wisconsin holds off UH's next opponent, UNLV, 20-13
 •  CFB: UC Davis spoils Glanville's Portland St. home debut
 •  CFB: No. 2 LSU rolls past No. 9 Virginia Tech, 48-7
 •  CFB: Washington ends Boise St.'s 14-game win streak
 •  CFB: Oregon cruises past Michigan, 39-7
 •  CFB: Texas A&M beat Fresno State, 47-45, in 3 OTs
 •  Preps: Hana volleyball downs Lahainaluna for first win
 •  Chef Mavro holds Big Island cooking seminar Sept. 21-23
 •  Honolulu Jazz Quartet holds fundraising concert Sept. 13
 •  NFL: Giants activate 7-time Pro Bowl DE Strahan
 •  College football scoreboard
 •  Baseball: Wells, Gonzalez lead Dodgers past Giants
 •  Nichiren Mission to launch Dharma Circle on Sept. 12
 •  Vino to hold "Autumn's First Dinner" Sept. 22
 •  Pagoda Hotel revives local-performer showcase Sept. 14
 •  Home Entertainment and Tech Expo happens Sept 14-15
 •  Chicago celeb chef at Hank's Haute Dogs Sept. 16
 •  Tempo Valley and Quadrophonix at Jazz Minds tonight
 •  CFB: No. 3 West Virginia rallies past Marshall
 •  CFB: Bradford, No. 5 Sooners cruise past Miami
 •  Baseball: Ankiel says HGH was prescribed by physician
 •  CFB: How the Associated Press Top 25 fared
 •  Rugby: England tops U.S. in World Cup, 28-10
 •  CFB: Lightning halts Purdue-Eastern Illinois game
 •  Tennis: Federer, Djokovic to play for U.S. Open title
 •  Golf: Dredge, Rumford share European Masters lead
 •  Golf: Stacy Lewis leads rain-plagued LPGA tourney
 •  Gymnastics: Liukin nears Miller's American medal mark
 •  Beach volleyball: Youngs wins Gods and Goddesses title
 •  Baseball: Hillman to leave as manager of Japan champs
 •  Golf: U.S., Great Britain & Ireland tied in Walker Cup
 •  Autos; Alonso takes pole for Italian Grand Prix
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: NFL; UH soccer
 •  On the air today: UH football vs. LaTech; UH volleyball
 •  Firefighters cleaning fuel spill on H-1 west in Pearl City
 •  3-car crash reported on H-1 westbound near Pearl City
 •  Preps: Friday's football scoreboard
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Stealth cars prowling Big Island for drunks, speeders
 •  Police keeping tabs on large groups of road racers
 •  Punchbowl Street reopened following car crash
 •  Waipahu firefighters checking on possible fire
 •  Rainbow Wahine defeat Santa Clara in four games
 •  Warriors hold off Louisiana Tech, 45-44, in overtime
 •  Air Force One departs after brief Bush visit
 •  Hawaii Superferry arrives back on O'ahu
 •  Vehicle kills Maui anti-gasoline bicyclist
 •  Driver dies following crash on Punchbowl Street
 •  Big Isle road rage victim loses eye, suspect charged
 •  Lingle orders flags to half staff on 9/11
 •  No. 2 Kahuku wins first game; prep football scores
 •  Seven arrested for soliciting prostitution
 •  Human remains found along Kauai shoreline
 •  Shorter pet quarantine now available on neighbor isles
 •  Harding Avenue crosswalk painting ongoing tonight
 •  Foreccast: lots of sun, but heavy showers possible
 •  5-7 foot surf expected today along north-facing shores
 •  UH announces 2008 baseball schedule, roster

Local News
 •  Thunderbirds return to Hawaii to celebrate Photo gallery Video
 •  Kauai judge won't block Superferry
 •  11 Hawaii schools avoid NCLB penalties
 •  Hawaii pair fleeing with tot charged
 •  Inmates celebrate book publication Photo gallery Video
 •  FBI seeks Hawaii teens' help in cyber crimes
 •  Streets closing tomorrow
 •  Calucag sentenced to 30 years
 •  Fire at house in 'Aiea sends four to hospital
 •  Hawaii bees may help find cause of colony decline
 •  Man charged in death of Isle-born pro surfer
 •  MD patient's van found stripped
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH expects a dogfight
 •  UH rallies to top Shockers Photo gallery
 •  James says she had had enough
 •  UH tackling its problem head on
 •  'Bows, Pacific play to 2-2 tie
 •  HHSAA reduces soccer coach's ban
 •  Mililani beats Leilehua, 16-14 Photo gallery
 •  Waipahu blocks Roosevelt's comeback, 20-19
 •  Hawaii Football Guide
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Needed
 •  Games on TV
 •  Fujikawa misses cut by 8
 •  Tennis qualifying kicks off at CORP
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  LaTech, UH rivalry heating up

Island Life
 •  Health, beauty, food, shopping and pets
 •  Acclaimed film 'Wind That Shakes the Barley' screens today in Kaimuki
 •  It's clay day at state museum! Take keiki for free hands-on fun
 •  Tour, learn about Capitol District with historian
 •  On Big Island? Get restless with Barefoot Natives
 •  Don't be angry 'Hedwig' has one more show
 •  Planning a haunted house or other Halloween event? Tell us!
 •  USS Arizona previews some of Ken Burns' 'War'
 •  Beautifully decorated 'Mattress' sags, lacks spring
 •  De Mello joining literacy campaign
 •  Poll views Giuliani, Clinton least religious
 •  Make living or obey command?
 •  'Protest' revisits prayer ban
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Differences put aside in time of disaster
 •  Ramadan begins on Thursday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

 •  Seminars swindling Hawaii seniors
 •  Median home price falls on Maui
 •  Mattel troubles beg for answers
 •  Sugar growers look for sweet win on loan rate
 •  Comic books by cell phone? It's no joke
 •  Former Enron CEO wants new trial
 •  Pepsi to offer low-cal Gatorade
 •  Top mortgage lenders plan sizable layoffs
 •  Isle aquaculture sales down 25%

 •  Immersion education a dream fulfilled
 •  What law did Sen. Craig actually break?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Beautifully decorated 'Mattress' sags, lacks spring
 •  TGI Saturday

Photo galleries
 •  Women inmates celebrate publication of their book
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Flight of C-17 Airlift Aircraft
 •  Rainbow Wahine rally
 •  Leilehua at Mililani football
 •  New look unveiled at UH business college