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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 12, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hawaii company sells Mainland building
 •  Alaska Airlines buys Anchorage's Hawaiian Vacations
 •  Hawaii plant pathologist named to USDA Hall of Fame
 •  On the air: This week's football games
 •  NFL: Chargers' Gates misses practice with sore back
 •  NFL: Shoulder injury will sideline Rams' Pace for season
 •  Baseball: Dodgers will celebrate 50th anniversary in L.A.
 •  Baseball: Dates, opponents set for Yankee, Shea finales
 •  NBA: Marbury says he found sex harass lawsuit 'a joke'
 •  CFB: Either Michigan or Notre Dame headed to 0-3 start
 •  Maui Marathon Weekend begins Friday
 •  Matson wins recognition for logistics work
 •  Hilton starts debt tender offer as part of takeover
 •  Honolulu Attorney Davis tapped for national group
 •  UH football foe Washington has new confidence
 •  Preps: MIL air riflery season starts Saturday
 •  NFL: Associated Press' pro football picks
 •  CFB: Associated Press' college football picks
 •  Hawai'i stock index lower as companies chart declines
 •  Preps: KIF cross country results
 •  Golf: Woods, Mickelson battle for FedEx Cup trophy
 •  New Verizon mobile phone geared toward seniors (news release)
 •  Jamba Juice expanding to Wai'anae
 •  Golf: Woods skipping Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda
 •  NFL: Kevin Everett's mom hopeful of his recovery
 •  Soccer: U.S. women await crucial test against Sweden
 •  Baseball: White Sox's Thome hits 499th career homer
 •  Hawaiian Telcom to speak at Deutsche Bank Conference
 •  Unity Church to hold 'World Day of Prayer' celebration
 •  Nevada casinos win record $1.146 billion in July
 •  Kaulia, Smooth and Keale to perform in Waikiki
 •  Youth theater plans 'Spooky Kabuki' masquerade event
 •  NFL: QB Russell signs deal, joins Raiders for practice
 •  Crews help injured person on Keeaumoku Street
 •  NFL Bucs release David Boston, who's facing DUI charge
 •  NFL: Giants' Manning testing bruised right shoulder
 •  Damaged drain slowing east-bound H-1 traffic in Waiau
 •  Soccer: Norway's second-half goals beats Canada
 •  Soccer: China stops Denmark in Women's World Cup
 •  Rugby: Tonga beats United States in World Cup, 25-15
 •  Track and field: Pole vaulter's ban for doping lifted
 •  NFL: Patriots' Belichick apologizes for videotape flap
 •  Basketball: 20 inducted into FIBA Hall of Fame
 •  No tsunami threat for Hawaii after Indonesia quake
 •  Soccer: Marta scores twice as Brazil beats New Zealand
 •  Soccer: Australia finally notches win by beating Ghana
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  On the air tomorrow: College football, baseball, soccer
 •  On the air today: Baseball, women's World Cup soccer
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Attempted murder arrest of man in Maili
 •  Hawaii Superferry hearing focuses on invasive species
 •  Drug search likely in Pacific Palisades stolen-car bust
 •  Property tax relief seminar Thursday in 'Aiea
 •  Dredging project at Kihei starts Monday
 •  Ewa Beach stabbing victim in serious condition
 •  Lingle: Hawaii Superferry to resume Kauai service
 •  Woman, 18, hit by vehicle near Aiea Bowl
 •  2 brothers arrested after series of Kauai brushfires
 •  Man in critical condition after stabbing in Ewa Beach
 •  Andy Irons defeats Garcia in Boost Mobile Pro surfing
 •  Man rescued from roof of burning Kalihi shop - video
 •  HPD officers to start UH-Manoa 'dusk-to-dawn' patrols
 •  Philippines' Estrada sentenced to life in plunder trial
 •  2nd quake strikes Indonesia; tsunami alert issued
 •  5 killed, dozens injured in 8.4 Indonesia quake
 •  UHA offering free flu shots at Longs for members
 •  White Stripes October show canceled for health reasons
 •  Maui council resumes hearing on housing development
 •  Senate OKs $20M for Honolulu-Kapolei transit project
 •  Hawaii Public Radio show to feature Dennis Kucinich
 •  260 soldiers returning to Schofield today
 •  Today's events: Clothing sale, Tops in Blue show
 •  H-1 eastbound lanes closing tomorrow for inspections
 •  Thousands expected Friday at Nuuanu Street Festival
 •  Likelike lane closures set for tomorrow
 •  Garage sale Saturday at Kahala Nui
 •  Big Island firefighters snuff quarter-acre grass fire
 •  Job fair set for Tuesday at Neal Blaisdell Center
 •  HECO volunteers ready again for cleanup at Kahe beach
 •  Hawaii renews Medicaid contract with Dallas company
 •  Humane Society ranks Hawaii low in dogfighting laws
 •  Choirs sought for annual Hawaiian hymn song fest
 •  Northeast swell brings moderate surf to Hawaii shores
 •  Big Island could see heavy showers later this week
 •  Obama calls for immediate withdrawal from Iraq
 •  Central Union 'Alpha Course' series to begin Saturday
 •  NHL: Maple Leafs' Bell suspended by NHL for 15 games
 •  Stocks end flat as oil prices top $80 a barrel

Local News
 •  Return of 7,000 Hawaii troops a business surge
 •  Hawaii Superferry riders took Maui rocks
 •  Hawaii nation's No. 1 in carpooling
 •  Superferry security zone challenged on Kauai
 •  State seeks to speed Hawaii ferry impact study
 •  Salvation for moms, children Video
 •  Big Isle police now recruiting
 •  Teen receives service award
 •  Old legends, new businesses
 •  Forgery arrests of 2 women
 •  Plantation life to be discussed
 •  Navajo singing, comedy Sunday
 •  Sweep arrests 29 fugitives
 •  Barbecue event for land trust
 •  Senate military spending plan includes 3.5% raise
 •  Mililani gets briefed on recycling plan
 •  Family festival donates $80,000 to Hawaii park
 •  Hawaii BOE may OK school locker searches
 •  UH strategic plan meetings set
 •  Micronesians again can get free Hawaii legal help
 •  Eel-like fish may be new species
 •  NTSB urges states to require cycle helmet use
 •  Hawaii urged not to forget 9/11 victims Photo gallery Video
 •  Special Olympics gets police boost
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors try to hang loose on the road
 •  Series worth keeping
 •  Lipsher, Baker reunite on field
 •  Kamehameha proves too much for Punahou Photo gallery
 •  Kahuku rallies past Roosevelt Photo gallery
 •  Games on TV
 •  ILH water polo season starts
 •  Prep Football
 •  Two-day Oahu planner
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Upset picks earn Lim return to Vegas
 •  Hawaii winter league starts Sept. 29
 •  UNLV stocked with Hawaii football talent
 •  U.S., North Korea play to 2-2 draw
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Warriors home in on Las Vegas

Island Life
 •  Heeding the voices Audio
 •  Festivals mark start of Oscars speculation season
 •  Reading by 'Lottery' author today at UH
 •  And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson
 •  Grammar, Heaton star in new sitcom
 •  Marines will promote Nabors
 •  Hershey's candies going pink
 •  Purple reigns
 •  Beware of lurking bacteria in your food
 •  Banana confection not average waffles
 •  Concords juice up granita, flatbread, pork dish
 •  Broil, blacken vegetables to release smoky, sweet flavors
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Sipping through the Balkans
 •  Serious noshing at Taste of the Arts
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  A sucker for quotes: Here are some favorites
 •  Bedtime routines: The key to peaceful sleep

 •  Hawaii worker's comp premiums may drop
 •  Pet's Central thriving in Hawaii market
 •  Strike-authorization vote today
 •  'Lost' inspires TV viewers to dream of a Hawaii vacation online travel survey
 •  Existing home sales forecast drops again
 •  Kids can have it a healthier way at Burger King
 •  Isles rate A on financial prospects state policies to create prosperity
 •  Pressure's on: Inflation in China at 11-year high
 •  Worries about tight supplies push oil price to new record
 •  Microsoft settlement extension sought
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Big Island Building Permits
 •  FCC OKs rules to ensure TV analog reception to 2012
 •  Young Laundry parent buys chain
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Mental-health patients need a show of aloha
 •  Nukes mishap should inspire careful review
 •  Problems remain, but military justice works
 •  The great tenor stood and wept for us
 •  Only thing clear is chaos of approval process
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson
 •  Grammar, Heaton star in new sitcom
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Honoring the victims and heroes of 9/11
 •  'The Lion King' comes to Honolulu for a three-month run
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Kahuku-Roosevelt volleyball
 •  Kamehameha vs. Punahou girls volleyball