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Articles for September 11, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Schofield unit returns tomorrow from Iraq
 •  NFL: QB Russell flies to Bay Area to sign record deal
 •  NFL: Eagles sign returner Reno Mahe to 1-year deal
 •  NFL: Neurosurgeon says Bills player could walk again
 •  Forensic accounting firm opening Honolulu office
 •  Wave memorial party planned in November
 •  NFL: Ram DT suspended for substance-abuse violation
 •  Business Highlights: OPEC production, trade deficit
 •  OU-Texas rivalry results in bar fight, gruesome injury
 •  Jim Nabors to be named honorary corporal Sept. 25
 •  Baseball: K.C. pitcher breaks hand on clubhouse chair
 •  CFB: Callahan would earn $200,000 bonus for BCS title
 •  NFL: Disappointed with rookie, KC signs kicker
 •  HRPT Properties selling $250 million of notes
 •  NFL: Texans sign ex-Giants Demps; place safety on IR
 •  Baseball: Chisox Guillen gets extension through 2012
 •  Colleges: Pittsburgh's Long to become Arkansas AD
 •  Autos: Franchitti might switch gears to NASCAR
 •  NBA: Former Nevada guard Sessions signs with Bucks
 •  NFL: Browns trade Frye to Seattle; Quinn up to No. 2
 •  Young Laundry owner to acquire Fresno chain
 •  Olympics: China says terrorism, separatists pose threat
 •  Peace Day free concert planned at Moiliili Hongwanji
 •  Preps: New York schools go batty over wood
 •  Congregation Sof Ma'arav sets high holiday schedule
 •  Kaneohe workshop offers tips on grief during holidays
 •  Soccer: Late goal helps Nigeria tie Sweden, 1-1
 •  Soccer: Japan, England tie in thrilling opener
 •  NFL: Cardinals' new era begins with heartache
 •  Preps: Unbeatens, winless clash in volleyball today
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, soccer, NASCAR
 •  On the air today: Baseball, soccer, WNBA
 •  White Stripes postpone fall tour, Honolulu show
 •  Youth facility escapee caught in Waikiki
 •  No Hawaii Superferry trip to Kauai planned this week
 •  Suspect in Punchbowl beating case arrested
 •  Honolulu police investigate bogus traveler's checks
 •  Hawaii man gets 16 months for cable piracy
 •  Army IDs soldier killed in Iraq as Wahiawa man
 •  Legal Aid Society can soon serve Micronesians
 •  Honolulu remembers 9/11, honors first responders
 •  260 soldiers returning to Schofield tomorrow
 •  Marshals Service nets 29 in Kauai crime sweep
 •  Maui man questioned over no-contest plea in drug case
 •  Big Island seeks police recruits
 •  Eel-like fish found in Hawaii touted as new species
 •  Campus upgrades planned at Farrington, Ewa school
 •  U.S. Probation Office offers construction work prep
 •  Hawaii workers' comp rates set to decline next year
 •  'Lion King' begins building stage home in Hawaii
 •  Kauai County presents wellness fair Friday
 •  Senators push for answers on Iraq
 •  Akaka questions Petraeus and Crocker on Iraq
 •  Judge offers free 'How and When to Use a Lawyer' talk
 •  Attorney offers Hawaii divorce law overview
 •  Firefighters monitoring small Schofield brushfire
 •  National & World News Highlights
 •  2 days of no public parking coming at Blaisdell
 •  Navajo singer/comedian to perform at benefit
 •  Saturday event will focus on plantation life, lessons
 •  Delaware company adopts Hawaiian name, mission
 •  Mililani YMCA gets director of membership, marketing
 •  Calorie-posting rule at fast-food joints struck down
 •  Officials say Bush to adopt plan for troop withdrawals
 •  USS Peleliu to stop on Oahu after humanitarian mission
 •  Series of swells expected this week along Oahu shores
 •  Inouye says Senate spending bill 'meets our priorities'
 •  Warm days with isolated showers on tap for Oahu
 •  Today's events: 9/11 ceremony, Happy Tuesdays
 •  Hawaii joins nation in honoring Sept. 11 victims
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  NFL: Mahelona cut after Seahawks and Titans deal
 •  Local stocks higher, led by Central Pacific Financial
 •  Wall Street ends up as interest rate cuts anticipated
 •  Hawaii volunteers sought at Mission Houses Museum
 •  Swimmer tests positive, banned, but not for Olympics
 •  Kai plays briefly in U.S. tie with North Korea

Local News
 •  'Surge' rollback can begin, Petraeus says
 •  Thunderbirds to roar, soar over Waikiki
 •  Hawaii ferry's whale-avoidance policy falls short, officials say
 •  Hawaii Kai receptive to recycling program
 •  Hawaii delegates react to report
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Still surfing in the face of cancer
 •  School needs 35 mm cameras
 •  Ho'olaulea for kids on Sept. 22
 •  Two physicians will be honored
 •  Grant proposals being sought
 •  Author to read book to kids
 •  Lanes to close for construction
 •  Cut water use, residents asked
 •  Maui fire chief plans to retire
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Hawaii EMS crew has new home in Kapolei
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Hawaii soldier killed in Iraq war
EDUCATION
 •  Video streams, podcasts to capture DOE meetings
POLICE
 •  Hawaii recyclers seized in stolen-copper sting
OTHER NEWS
 •  Activists urge Superferry service be suspended; others warn of impact
 •  Fines mount at unfinished cemetery in Hawaii Kai
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Unmarked cars for Big Isle police
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Hawaii ferry: Big-city problems, not people, are the issue

Sports
 •  Bess: Dooley out of line
 •  Suzuki blasts slam in A's win
 •  City to open up facilities for preps
 •  Former Island resident gets shot at world title
UH WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine move up to 15th
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  City to open up facilities for preps
 •  Pefua comes through in clutch
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Prep Football poll
 •  Girls Volleyball poll
 •  Girls Volleyball standings
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Group set up for sports tourism
ISLE FILE
 •  UH's Higa earns WAC honor
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  LaTech's Dooley a crafty foe

Island Life
 •  Insanely profane Audio
 •  Stephen Colbert eats (and publishes) his words
 •  Never get into a power struggle with your child
TREENA SHAPIRO
 •  Is a kiss more than just a kiss?
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  A wild ride with Jim
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  A couple local favorites will do special shows

Business
 •  Hawaii financial adviser loses license
 •  One-quarter of units still unsold at 909 Kapiolani
 •  Selling minors liquor results in $2,000 fine
WORKPLACE
 •  Engineers pursued by desperate oil industry
RETAIL
 •  Salad Creations opening
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Coming events
 •  Former star athlete head of Hawaii labor board Audio
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hawaiian's planes 87.7 percent full
 •  Disney planning independent tests on product safety
 •  A&B realty subsidiary opens California office
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Political diplomacy long overdue in Iraq
 •  Civilian beach access can be fair at Iroquois
COMMENTARY
 •  Anniversary reminds us of challenges ahead
 •  September should bring clarity to GOP race
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's pix
 •  A visit with the Air Force
 •  Itís up, up and away for paper airplanes