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Articles for September 24, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Wilson wins HSWGA Senior Women's Championship
 •  Sullivan advances at Quiksilver Pro France
 •  Hayashi leads Aloha PGA event by three shots
 •  Hawaii rolls by San Jose State in WAC volleyball
 •  Lucky Brand Jeans opening Waikiki location
 •  Successories to shutter store at Ward Centre
 •  Business briefs: Energy futures fall, France broke
 •  NBA: Warriors sign guard Troy Hudson
 •  NFL: 49ers TE Davis could miss 2 weeks with injury
 •  CFB: Colorado State's Kubiak released from hospital
 •  CFB: ASU QB apologizes for swearing in live radio
 •  NFL: Texan DT has neck fracture, but has movement
 •  NFL: Rams' Jackson out 1 week with groin injury
 •  NFL: Bears QB Grossman's job appears in jeopardy
 •  NFL: Cardinals' Leinart still starter, but Warner ready
 •  Boxing: Tyson pleads guilty to drug, DUI charges
 •  MicroPlanet says Kapalua Resort test going well
 •  Hawai'i coffee revenue falls on decline in production
 •  UH's Houston named WAC Player of the Week
 •  Tesoro being added to S&P 500 Index
 •  Hawai'i stock index declines for a third day
 •  Boyd's Borgata expansion may be delayed by fire
 •  Bank of Hawaii gives executives new assignments
 •  ArtLunch lecture tomorrow features Hawaii dancer
 •  Wrath of Grapes showcases rare varietals tomorrow
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Cycling: UCI chief says Spain is major doping problem
 •  Next Evensong to feature music of Mendelssohn
 •  New Hope Kailua to start with Sunday service
 •  Drugs: Over 120 arrests in underground steroids deal
 •  Baseball: Source says Padres' Bradley done for year
 •  NBA: Seattle files lawsuit to keeps Sonics from moving
 •  St. Andrews to hold Oct. 5 pet blessing
 •  Preps: KIF cross country results
 •  Preps: BIIF cross country results
 •  Tennis: Brazilian gets 2-month doping ban
 •  NFL: Meltdown will cost Falcons cornerback Hall
 •  NFL: Delhomme will not need surgery on elbow
 •  CFB: Texas Tech defensive coordinator steps down
 •  CFB: No. 6 Cal prepares for defining trip to Oregon
 •  CFB: Early defeats put dent in Heisman hopes
 •  Baseball: Zito seeks bigger role with Bonds gone
 •  On the air tomorrow: Rockies-Dodgers
 •  On the air today: NFL, baseball, rugby
 •  Baseball: Tomorrow's probable starting pitchers
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Short power outage hits Ala Moana area overnight
 •  Preliminary autopsy indicates two Maui girls drowned
 •  TheBoat's disabled sister ferry won't operate tomorrow
 •  Lingle: Superferry controversy hurting state's image
 •  Ewa Beach murder victim was divorcing husband
 •  Fire causes $310,000 damage to Nanakuli home
 •  Motorcyclist killed at Aloha Stadium exit identified
 •  Man gets 5 years probation in Internet sex case
 •  Gas leak reported on Farrington Highway in Waianae
 •  Whale expert: Superferry speed poses collision threat
 •  Superferry panel discussion set for tomorrow on Maui
 •  10 ill Honolulu-bound passengers cleared to leave jet
 •  Suspects who crashed car into rock fountain caught
 •  Spiky caterpillar spreads in Haiku on Maui
 •  KHNL morning anchor taking a break from news
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball remains at No. 13
 •  Facebook subpoenaed over sex-predator complaints
 •  Today's events: 'They Call My Dad the General' closing
 •  'Big Read' program kicks off today in Hawaii
 •  Best of small surf along Hawaii's east shores
 •  Moderate trade winds make for cool week in Hawaii
 •  Woman, 18, suspect in Kailua attempted murder
 •  Perry to be sworn in as Kauai police chief Monday
 •  Maui workshop today for Hawaiian culture program
 •  Union workers launch national strike against GM
 •  Zombies rule at box office with `Resident Evil' debut
 •  Pavement work closing Kamehameha Highway lanes
 •  Makiki stream, Round Top Drive repair work under way
 •  Ballet Hawaii sets 'Nutcracker' Blaisdell dates
 •  Baseball: Offerman pleads not guilty in bat attack
 •  Stocks end down with little data to spur buying

Local News
 •  Salt Lake soldier's family mourns death Photo gallery
 •  500 line up for chance to buy unit in Salt Lake
 •  Honolulu spending millions fighting environmental lawsuit
 •  Kakaako planning now 'off the launching pad'
 •  Hawaii issues apology in burial dispute
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  In La'ie, keiki take classroom outdoors
 •  Youth camp to run Oct. 3-6
 •  Grants awarded to 2 teachers
 •  Invasive plants on Lyon agenda
 •  Board wants to hear from you
 •  Army plans Stryker session
 •  Kamehameha Highway work
 •  Harbor gets new restrooms
 •  Meetings set on Stryker brigade
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Blue Angels to roar over Kaneohe Bay
 •  For reporter, flight's a blast until he blacks out
 •  'Rover' saves lives on battlefield
 •  'Unfit' may get lifetime Tricare
POLICE
 •  Head-on crash kills 2 drivers on Big Island
POLICE BEAT
 •  White truck sought in hit-run
ENVIRONMENT
 •  For the environment
WILDLIFE
 •  Animal blessing Oct. 4 at Waianae retreat
OTHER NEWS
 •  Grants and awards
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

Sports
 •  UH's Jones pleased with Graunke
 •  Team Bradley wins third straight; just misses record Photo gallery
 •  Favre ties TD mark in Packer win, 31-24 Photo gallery
GOLF
 •  Flesch nets another victory
FOOTBALL
 •  Week 3 at a glance
ISLE FILE
 •  No. 6 UCLA soccer team defeats visiting UH, 6-0
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Patience would be prudent

Island Life
 •  TV for tots and moms Video
 •  Kalani grad's song bids for Olympic gold
 •  Bad plant parent? Succulents still love you back
RELATIONSHIPS
 •  Pickup lines go beyond bar talk
TELEVISION
 •  'Chuck,' 'Reaper' make TV interesting again
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Bad plant parent? Succulents still love you back
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Secrets to lower grocery bill
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
MOMS
 •  Even young children should get flu shot

Business
 •  Little hotel in Waikiki with big aloha spirit
 •  Hawaii honors Rolles, Kelley as Kamaaina of the Year
 •  Monitoring behavior popular tactic in terror fight
TOURISM
 •  Bush team seeks to block challenge to gambling law
 •  Vegas Sands seeks $3.3B Singapore loan
 •  Vegas Monorail betting on airport tie-in
 •  Cancun aiming to lure more upscale visitors
 •  New at Westin hotels: in-room spa service
 •  New Big Island visitor guide highlights 'living laboratory'
 •  Disney teaching others its magic kingdom secrets
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  GM faces strike deadline today
 •  Castle Group reports loss
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  UH, state must solve division's problems
COMMENTARY
 •  Korea-U.S. relationship promising, maturing
 •  Jim Crow returns for Jena schoolchildren
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  'Chuck,' 'Reaper' make TV interesting again
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Family mourns soldier killed in Iraq, 8 days before he was to come home
 •  Honolulu turns parking stall into temporary park
 •  Na Wahine O Ke Kai
 •  NFL Week 3