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Articles for September 17, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  NFL: Falcons turn to veteran kicker Andersen, 47
 •  CFB: Montana player pleads not guilty to murder
 •  State health planning chief appointed
 •  Baseball: Thomas homers twice, ties Ott at 511 on list
 •  Baseball: Pedro says he's done if he reinjures shoulder
 •  NFL: Lions Kitna said return from concussion a miracle
 •  NFL: Ravens' Pryce to miss 3-4 weeks; McNair hopeful
 •  CFB: SEC fines Kentucky $25,000 for fans rushing field
 •  NFL: Titan assistant arrested for DUI before Colts' loss
 •  Baseball: Yanks' Rivera OK after toss bruises pinkie
 •  Comedy Crusaders at Lotus Soundbar tomorrow
 •  NFL: Jets say QB Pennington still starter — if healthy
 •  NFL: Giants WR Smith out at least 2 weeks with injury
 •  NFL: 49er offense punchless, but Nolan likes 2-0 record
 •  NFL: Familiar futility woes for Dolphins ground game
 •  NFL: Raiders' Kiffin sticks with QB McCown
 •  Hardee's adds a bit of Hawai'i to its menu
 •  Hawaii stock index falls as most issues show declines
 •  Rotich makes it four straight at Maui Marathon
 •  Associated Grocer sale approved by shareholders
 •  Duke's Ukes winners announced
 •  Wataire inks John Norcross Construction as distributor
 •  Comedy 'Inside Out' at Church of the Crossroads Sept. 22
 •  NBA: Heat sign Bucks guard Bell to offer sheet
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Tau Dance Theater looking for young dancers
 •  The Actors Group seeks young actress for 'Fences'
 •  First Presbyterian offering Wednesday night classes
 •  Trias to entertain at Taste of Technology gala
 •  Animal blessing set for Oct. 7 at St. Clement's
 •  Soccer: U.S. needs at least a tie to advance to quarters
 •  Baseball: Public to decide fate of Bonds' 756 ball
 •  NFL: Belichick will comply with NFL in spying probe
 •  NFL: Fisher to get 4-year extension from Titans
 •  Soccer: England defeats Argentina 6-1 to advance
 •  Soccer: Germany beats Japan 2-0 to gain quarterfinals
 •  Obama calls for more transparency in business
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, World Cup soccer
 •  On the air today: Redskins-Eagles, baseball, soccer
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  H-1 lane closed near Kinau Street exit
 •  H-2 offramps closed near Mililani
 •  Maui councilwoman: Superferry could bring urban woes
 •  Lingle to hold Superferry forum on Kaua'i Thursday
 •  Waialua man stabbed during argument
 •  Mililani girl escapes kidnapping attempt
 •  UH, Navy sign off on research center
 •  Crews responding to brushfire report in Waianae area
 •  Four men arrested in Maili after shots fired
 •  Hearing for Nanakuli shooting suspect set for Wednesday
 •  Hawaii Guard begins anti-terror exercise on Kauai
 •  Equal employment commission sues 7-Eleven of Hawaii
 •  TheBoat's inaugural trip a success despite bumpy ride
 •  Honolulu's TheBoat riders to get free WiFi service
 •  UH linebacker Elimimian earns WAC defensive honor
 •  'Lost' actor Terry O'Quinn low-key after Emmy win
 •  Kauai Superferry hearing scheduled for Friday
 •  Chili factory tied to botulism outbreak to reopen
 •  Kapalua Resort on Maui opens two free hiking trails
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Big Island split on proposed hotel/condo development
 •  Fare war, fuel prices worsen Aloha Airlines' losses
 •  Hawaii the only state where hybrid car sales falling
 •  Hawaii's Rainbow Wahine No. 13 in volleyball poll
 •  3 Pacific wildlife refuges' conservation plans released
 •  Maui raves about new UH astronomy research center
 •  Kakaako Makai history to be detailed at meeting
 •  Moanalua Gardens grant to help out Hawaii schools
 •  Waipahu teen wins Aloha Tower's 'ukulele contest
 •  Aloha Festival names parade winners
 •  Today's events: Wellness health fest, string quartet
 •  Audiotape released of dispute involving O.J. Simpson
 •  Workshop tomorrow on transit-oriented development
 •  Hawaii to mark Peace Day at Capitol on Friday
 •  Help needed for Nov. 3 'Celebrate Kaimuki'
 •  'Big Read Hawaii' to feature 'The Joy Luck Club' novel
 •  Hawaii officials to discuss film tax credits on Maui
 •  Hawaii hepatitis project to aid newly released inmates
 •  Suspected remains of U.S. soldier sent to Hawaii lab
 •  Bush taps retired judge to replace attorney general
 •  UH offering football discounts for Saturday, season
 •  Comments on Navy's draft EIS for Hawaii project due
 •  Morning showers should break by afternoon
 •  Surf decreases overnight around Hawaii
 •  Pearl City Library hosting health festival
 •  Stocks end down as interest-rate decision awaited
 •  Jodie Foster revenge movie tops box office

Local News
 •  Registration of Hawaii charities doomed by political clout
 •  More mentally ill live on outside in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii gets up-close look at TheBoat before maiden voyage Photo gallery
 •  Honolulu wants HI-5 cash for dump's neighbors
 •  Waianae landfill foes put up cash to fight trash
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Sweet success for 'sunburst' melon
 •  Work nears on connector road
 •  Eastbound H-1 lane is closed
 •  Meet a guide dog at library
 •  College paper debuts online
 •  Freeway lanes will be closed
 •  Kaiser High position open
 •  Boat-launch dredging starts
 •  Preparedness event Saturday
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Blanket consent sought for sonar training around Hawaii
 •  Senior Airman Garrett Nomura
 •  Disability benefits fair for all?
 •  Afghanistan boy gets new lease on life
POLICE BEAT
 •  Man charged in shooting incident
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Captive-raised rare native birds released on Big Island
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Everything you need to know to use the new city ferry service
OTHER NEWS
 •  No fire relief for Waialua farmers, ranchers
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Colt's sprained ankle 'really sore'
 •  Warriors gain top 20 in two polls
 •  Outrigger Canoe Club wins 33-mile race by a mile
UH WOMEN'S SOCCER
 •  Rainbow Wahine stop Dukes to stay unbeaten Photo gallery
FOOTBALL
 •  Elam kicks Broncos past Raiders
TENNIS
 •  Kobuch, Lajola claim Hawaii Open titles
ISLE FILE
 •  Ross wins Na Wahine Triathlon
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Jones took road less traveled

Island Life
 •  Bada bling! Photo gallery
 •  Colors for spring erupt at N.Y. Fashion Week
 •  Sharing the chores? That's sexy
TELEVISION
 •  Celebrate all things pineapple
THEATER
 •  Daughter's play salutes Hawaii sports 'General'
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Tricks to dry laundry, clean toilet the natural way
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
MOMS
 •  You really are what you eat
 •  Burger King's new healthy menu aims at kids

Business
 •  Maui's economy expected to cool
 •  Hawaii struggles to attract qualified hospitality workers
 •  Program supports Hawaiian culture, community
TOURISM
 •  You can vacation, yet live like a local
 •  Terminal an Olympics showcase
 •  Fewer smiles on 2nd anniversary
 •  Eastern resort goes after lost star
 •  Casinos deliver jobs, services to Detroit
 •  Bolivia to require visas for U.S. tourists
 •  Airline goes all out to lure gay, lesbian passengers
 •  'Life-changing' yoga vacations are booming
AIRLINES
 •  Northwest to acquire big chunk of Midwest
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Digital means never missing key moments
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations and Trade Names/Trademarks
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  EU court upholds $613M penalty against Microsoft
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Congress must return Guard to the states
 •  Philippine leaders must break the cycle
COMMENTARY
 •  War and politics bring memories of 1971
 •  Darfur requires comprehensive approach
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Colors for spring erupt at N.Y. Fashion Week
TELEVISION
 •  Celebrate all things pineapple
THEATER
 •  Daughter's play salutes Hawaii sports 'General'
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  'Lion King' opening night
 •  TheBoat unveiled at open house
 •  59th Primetime Emmy Awards
 •  Hawaii-Duquesne soccer