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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 19, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Baseball: Pettitte wins 200th; Yanks close in on Bosox
 •  NFL: Ex-UH kicker Elam earns weekly AFC honor
 •  Castle Group reports $170,208 loss in latest quarter
 •  NFL: While TE fumes, Nolan denies 49ers playing it safe
 •  NFL: Rams Jackson apologizes for rant to teammates
 •  Baseball: Giambi to have tests on injured right foot
 •  NFL: Cameron upbeat despite Dolphins' 0-2 start
 •  NFL: Leftwich gets new number, start in Atlanta
 •  NHL: Penguins' Sykora to miss preseason games
 •  NBA: Defense witness testifies in Thomas' trial
 •  NFL: Pats' Brady has just 12 incompletions in 2 games
 •  NFL: Chiefs' Allen set for return from suspension
 •  NFL: Mangini, Billick clear the air
 •  Hawaii stock index higher, led by banks
 •  NFL: Denver's Elam off to wild start
 •  NFL: Jets' Pennington hopes to be 'available' Sunday
 •  Tennis: Davis Cup playoffs drawing interest
 •  Soccer: 'Seal dribble' stirs debate in Brazil
 •  NFL: Bears cut Johnson, sign Jimoh
 •  Maoli artists to give talks at Third Thursday tomorrow
 •  Kapono headlines Mililani arts/food fest on Saturday
 •  Hiroshi's highlights Big Island baby abalone
 •  Universal Space expanding ground station in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii credit unions look at SBA loan expansion
 •  Brittni Paiva performs at Ala Moana Hotel tonight
 •  Kumu Kahua looking for actors for 'Pele Ma'
 •  A few good men sought for 'Fiddler on the Roof'
 •  NFL: Niners' Gore misses practice
 •  Rwanda massacre survivor returning for Hawaii lectures
 •  Waterhouse workshops focus on disaster preparation
 •  Shinto shrine to offer Shichigosan children's blessing
 •  Tennis: Golovin, Bammer advance at Slovenia Open
 •  Waianae brushfire reported near Kamaile Elementary
 •  NFL: Texans' Johnson says he won't play Sunday
 •  NFL: Tank on joining Dallas: 'It's a great opportunity'
 •  Boaters off White Plains Beach in Ewa seek help
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, football, golf
 •  On the air today: Baseball, soccer
 •  Soccer: 2 World Cup games postponed until Thursday
 •  Baseball: Californian buys Bonds' record-tying HR ball
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Stocks end higher, build on big gains after rate cut
 •  Maile Amber Alert system to be tested in Hawaii today
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Honolulu police chief makes first appearance in month
 •  Ewa woman held on $20,000 warrant pending other charges
 •  Hawai'i Guard team will train troops in Afghanistan
 •  Army official outlines options on WWII munitions
 •  Honolulu Council approves free ferry rides
 •  Superferry's disaster-response capabilities touted
 •  Man arrested in Kaimuki after teen reports sex assault
 •  Mentally challenged woman still missing on Oahu
 •  Man robs Big Island Macy's store in Hilo
 •  Felon faces federal prosecution on gun charges
 •  Hawaii's AG heads to Mexico to discuss meth trade
 •  Drug enforcer honored as top Big Island police officer
 •  Big Island mayor's aide to run for county's top job
 •  Police seek information on 1991 Big Island killing
 •  Aerosmith cancels next week's Maui show
 •  On the air: Weekend football games
 •  Parent who allegedly punched coach gets probation
 •  Matthew McConaughey steps in for Hawaii-based movie
 •  Kaneohe board to discuss sandbar rules tied to alcohol
 •  Oahu wholesale, retail gas price gap narrows
 •  Waianae meeting today addresses environmental issues
 •  Help sought in solving 1991 Big Island homicide
 •  Nine Inch Nails makes triumphant return to Hawaii
 •  Kalakaua stretch to close Friday night for Waikiki fest
 •  UH engineering student among nation's elite
 •  Hawaiian Vanilla Co. awarded $41,000 grant
 •  Second fishing season for rainbow trout starts on Kauai
 •  Lyon Arboretum welcomes volunteers for work day
 •  Today's events: Royal Hawaiian Band, speed dating
 •  Mililani library hosts 'how to get published'
 •  Hawaii's east shores under high-surf advisory
 •  Maui council may defer talks on housing/retail project
 •  Planned Maui housing complex may be stalled
 •  Crews sent to brushfire in Ewa
 •  Hirono to headline Interfaith Alliance gala
 •  Alarm sounded for Americans in need of flu shots
 •  Trade wind weather sticking around
 •  Threat of ID theft for veterans still high, report says
 •  Typhoon floods streets, but weakens as it hits China
 •  Hearing for Nanakuli shooting suspect today
 •  Free seminar today on how to find a lawyer
 •  76 new U.S. citizens to be sworn in today
 •  Autos: Earnhardt's new car: No. 88, Pepsi sponsorship
 •  Soccer: Italy No. 1 in men's rankings; U.S. 18th

Local News
 •  Honolulu police chief on leave but in charge
 •  Home foreclosures triple in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii to put full-time watch on charities
 •  Hawaii Superferry study to go to open bid
 •  Big Island mayor endorses Superferry
 •  Family in a pickle over its royal palms
 •  Help clean up beaches Nov. 3
 •  Class to look at watershed
 •  Hearing set on blowhole plans
 •  Fundraiser for surfer Chesser
 •  Traffic lanes will be closed
 •  Forum focuses on landfill woes
 •  Water meters to be upgraded
 •  Day of Peace to be celebrated
 •  Man guilty in child-sex scheme
 •  Trial ordered in copper theft at Hawaii golf course
 •  Woman missing 19 hours found in Kaka'ako
 •  Mililani students wary with attacker on loose
 •  Commuters relax on Honolulu ferry
 •  Hawaii war hero’s son sentenced to prison
 •  North Shore residents urge flood prevention
 •  Scams claim ties to store, police
 •  Surveillance expert 'Ted' Bruhl
 •  Obituaries

 •  Hawaii's Fujikawa living and learning
 •  Graunke ready, if Brennan can't play Photo gallery
 •  Record 77 crews to paddle Sunday
 •  Higgins helps Gonzaga post historic soccer win
 •  'Iolani rallies, hands Kamehameha first loss Photo gallery
 •  Roosevelt sweeps Moanalua Photo gallery
 •  Sabers to play in daylight
 •  Prep Football
 •  Two-day Oahu planner
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  In Tojo's case, mother knows best
 •  Osorio, Haole try to lift SMU
 •  U.S. kickers advance
 •  Hawaii 10th in men's state golf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  He'd risk Heisman for a win

Island Life
 •  Confronting the thief Audio
 •  Pimply, stuttering teen boys ruled box office this summer
 •  Sweats just don't cut it for Webb
 •  'Kid Nation' making controversial debut
 •  Catch 'em live tonight
 •  Chocolate dreams Video
 •  Yummy chocolate muffins with less fat, less sugar
 •  Chef Ho's choco-rich caramel mousse
 •  Ditch the mayo for a healthier tuna salad
 •  Packaged tomato soup enhanced with add-ins
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Saimin carb count drops, thanks to shirataki
 •  Fab evening at Mauna Lani
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Secondhand clothes get brand-new reputation
 •  Kitchen must-haves worth price Video
 •  Kitchen must-haves worth price Video

 •  Target hiring up to 600 for new Hawaii stores
 •  Thousands turn out at Hawaii job fair Photo gallery Video
 •  Hale Koa employees vote to keep Local 5
 •  Congress revisiting security onboard cruises
 •  Tio's Garage & Taco Station to debut Oct. 16
 •  Housing slump could linger into 2009
 •  Britain to get iPhones Nov. 9
 •  House OKs plan to help homeowners
 •  Financial markets bounce high on Fed cut
 •  Any UAW-GM deal may not work for all
 •  wsj.com may drop online fee Media gamble
 •  Shareholders OK Hilton Hotels sale
 •  Former Fed chief attracts crowd in N.Y.
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Big Island Sale and Lease Transactions
 •  Mortgage losses temper boost in Lehman stock
 •  New airport parking job launched
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Regents must seek critical UARC details
 •  Public awareness key to finding missing kids
 •  For Clinton, it's now time to talk the talk
 •  September: Time to lighten up and get a grip
 •  Join the fun, listen to some fine writing
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Kid Nation' making controversial debut
 •  TGI Wednesday

Photo galleries
 •  Job fair at the Blaisdell
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Colt Brennan watches practice
 •  UH football practice
 •  Roosevelt-Moanalua girls volleyball
 •  Kamehameha-Iolani volleyball