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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 18, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Yankees rout Baltimore, close in on Red Sox
 •  Nurses honor Hawaii senator with public service award
 •  Hawaiian music legend honored in Washington today
 •  Fujikawa tees off 10:45 a.m. Thursday
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, soccer
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  CFB: Stanford LB gives up football after neck injury
 •  NFL: Falcons sign Leftwich after 0-2 start
 •  New director pleased with Maui Marathon
 •  Rolles, Kelley to be honored as Kama'aina of the Year
 •  Lecture to cover ultraviolet wastewater treatment
 •  NBA: Clippers Brand removes cast, begins rehab
 •  CFB: Purdue RB out 6 weeks after breaking arm
 •  Hoku Scientific added to Nasdaq Clean Edge Index
 •  Big Island Visitors Bureau publishes new visitor guide
 •  Hawaii health planning agency names administrator
 •  Hilton shareholders approve sale to Blackstone
 •  VC group hosts discussion on intellectual property
 •  St. Clement's plans peace service Friday
 •  Daylong Yom Kippur services set for Maui
 •  Preps: KIF cross country results
 •  Preps: Girls JV, Blue volleyball standings
 •  WNBA: Off-season decisions ahead for champs
 •  NFL: Cowboys signs suspended DT Tank Johnson
 •  NFL: Players union asks Congress for disability help
 •  CFB: No charges filed in sexual-assault probe
 •  Soccer: North Koreans advance despite loss to Sweden
 •  Former UH star McBriar leads NFC in punting
 •  Soccer: Spying, suspension, now typhoon hits Denmark
 •  On the air today: Baseball, women's World Cup soccer
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Iolani topples Kamehameha in ILH girls volleyball
 •  Waialua stabbing suspect questioned and released
 •  Ewa woman investigated for multiple thefts
 •  Suspect in Aug. 16 Ewa Beach shooting arrested
 •  Missing Canadian woman found in Honolulu
 •  Conviction in Hawaii's first online-enticement trial
 •  Big Island police investigating two scams
 •  Two robbed by man with shotgun at Maili park
 •  Overturned vehicle on freeway near stadium exit
 •  Brennan sits out of practice with injured ankle
 •  Aloha Stadium to enforce parking, tailgating rules
 •  12 Maui men charged in prostitution sting
 •  2 hurt in motorcycle crash on Sand Island Access Road
 •  Man linked to attempted kidnapping in Mililani sought
 •  Waipahu transit meeting will be next week
 •  Hawaii August foreclosures triple from year ago
 •  Big Island mayor endorses Hawaii Superferry
 •  2004 Heisman winner proud of pal Colt Brennan
 •  Hawaii governor breaks ground on airport parking
 •  HECO completes Round Top utility pole, line repairs
 •  Hawaii judge to swear in 76 new U.S. citizens
 •  Three road projects could affect Windward drivers
 •  Public hearing Friday on Halona blowhole plans
 •  Recycling fair, sustainability summit set for this week
 •  UH this fall to host national scientific conference
 •  Hawaii's largest job fair at Blaisdell today
 •  Wie preparing for life at Stanford, with parents nearby
 •  Lahaina water meters to be upgraded
 •  Alaska Airlines to test wireless in-flight Internet
 •  Hawaii traffic bad, but it's more congested across U.S.
 •  Hawaii stocks climb after Fed rate cut
 •  Aloha Festivals aims to stage world's longest hula line
 •  HMSA's free flu shots begin this week at Hawaii clinics
 •  Stryker Brigade meetings in Hawaii start next week
 •  Today's events: Nine Inch Nails concert, comedy show
 •  Catch excerpts from Hot Seat in Sunday's Focus section
 •  'Family Night' discounts for Saturday's Warriors game
 •  Americans beat Nigeria, reach World Cup quarterfinals
 •  China evacuates 1.6 million as typhoon nears coast
 •  Dole salad recalled over E. coli; Hawaii not affected
 •  Trade winds in forecast, small craft advisory in effect
 •  Dow surges 330 points as rate cut has stocks soaring
 •  Asia-Pacific Homeland Security summit to be in Hawaii
 •  35 arrested for DUI on Big Island last week
 •  Moderate surf to continue through weekend

Local News
 •  Commuters take bumpy ride on TheBoat Photo gallery Video
 •  Aloha Airlines flies into steep 2nd-quarter loss
 •  Hawaii Superferry proved its skill, captain testifies
 •  Hawaii charities left with little after fundraisers take cut
 •  Superferry meeting set for Thursday on Kauai
 •  Make-A-Wish runs like a dream
 •  It boils down to trust, donors say
 •  Teen takes lead on skate park plan
 •  Guard takes on anti-terrorism
 •  Board meetings on the Web
 •  Teenager wins 'ukulele contest
 •  Soup swap's on at library event
 •  Educators to be honored
 •  Song contest at cultural center
 •  Fundraiser for United Way set
 •  Resort opens 2 scenic trails
 •  Takamine to run for Senate seat
 •  University of Hawaii UARC deal reached
 •  Hawaii restaurateur changes life, gets lighter drug sentence
 •  Hawaii's missing kids to be posted on TV channel
 •  Fair will teach Hawaii how to protect environment
 •  Fire ants spread on Kauai, Big Island; control possible
 •  Bone drug reduces deaths in hip-fracture patients
 •  Clinics will offer flu shots on Oahu through October
 •  Small kids in Crocs risk escalator injuries
 •  Broken water pipe closes Keolu lanes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Brave little Hawaii girl needs help

 •  Warriors Vegas payoff: Win and player Video
 •  Castle alum makes pitch for winter baseball
 •  BYUH will be tested as it opens title defense
 •  Marciel passing with efficiency
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Football
 •  Girls Volleyball
 •  Girls Volleyball standings
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
 •  UH alums boost U.S. volleyball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  A visual, musical feast
 •  Animals and savanna come to life in 'Lion'
 •  Kids won't put toys away? Then confiscate the toys
 •  Trying to make sense of fashion
 •  Who'll remember a year from now?
 •  Stretch, sip and spectate
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Trying to make sense of fashion
 •  Young adults delaying marriage longer
 •  Moore's play still benefiting aviation museum

 •  Hawaii hybrid sales fall; supply blamed
 •  Foundation wins $30,000 grant from EPA
 •  Size of condo development matters, Ka'u residents say
 •  EU ruling against Microsoft sets tougher rules overseas
 •  We can learn a few things from Europeans
 •  Building an architectural niche in Isles Audio
 •  Ever-busier lives, nostalgia bringing back the milkman
 •  Seven-Eleven of Hawaii sued by EEOC
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Sale and Lease Transactions
 •  Traders nervous over rate-cut scenario
 •  Still no contract at GM, but stock up on optimism
 •  Water products distributor signed
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  State law is needed to regulate charities
 •  Mukasey must be able set new course at DOJ
 •  Mukasey can help rehabilitate Justice Dept.
 •  U.S. strategy assures continuation of war
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's Pix
 •  First of Honolulu’s two municipal ferries makes its maiden voyage