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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 27, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Wahiawa apartment complex sold to partnership
 •  Morgan Stanley affiliate buys four O'ahu properties
 •  Baseball: Padres Milton Bradley has knee surgery
 •  Golf: Presidents Cup Capsules; U.S. leads, 5.5 to .5
 •  Baseball: HR king Ryan Howard now strikeout king
 •  CFB: Louisville dismisses LB after marijuana arrest
 •  Baseball: Wang or Pettitte to pitch playoff opener
 •  Hockey: Canadian player dies during game in Italy
 •  Baseball: Hirschbeck replaces Winters on ump crew
 •  CFB: Nevada hopes for sportsmanship in UNLV rivalry
 •  Barnwell changes title for Canadian executive
 •  NFL: Thomas' status for game against Raiders uncertain
 •  NBA: Hardaway embraced by some in gay community
 •  Golf: U.S. takes lead in Presidents Cup
 •  Castle Group appoints ex-Expedia exec as CFO
 •  NBA: Portland's Oden talks about knee surgery, rehab
 •  Basketball: U.S. women dump Jamaica, 115-47
 •  NBA: Westhead to join Seattle as assistant coach
 •  Baseball: Mets win 2 of 3 coin flips for wild-card ties
 •  CFB: Oregon, Cal meet in key Pac-10 showdown
 •  NFL: Giants WR Burress to play with sprained ankle
 •  NFL: Bengals RB Johnson might miss Patriots game
 •  NFL: Pats Wilfork fined $12,500 for hit on QB Losman
 •  Hawaii indie filmmaker premieres new work in Japan
 •  Martin Scorsese to direct film on George Harrison
 •  Soccer: Defender suspended for foul on seal dribbler
 •  College hoops: Georgetown's Thompson gets extension
 •  CFB: New Mexico State to wear pink for good cause
 •  Catholic campus group to build Erdman boardwalk
 •  Rally, march against domestic violence set for Oct. 11
 •  Oncologist to give 'Transforming Illness' talk at Unity
 •  Interfaith group names four honorees
 •  Tennis: Chakvetadze, Hantuchova advance
 •  Soccer: Brazil rips U.S., 4-0, at Women's World Cup
 •  Wahiawa soldier to be interred today at Punchbowl
 •  Tennis: Venus advances to quarterfinals in Korea
 •  Track: Powell's 100m record of 9.74 seconds ratified
 •  Landfill's future to be discussed tonight in Nanakuli
 •  Soccer: Beckham's father has heart attack
 •  Baseball: Giants' transition sans Bonds already begun
 •  Baseball: Bonds, Bay Area sentiment have left building
 •  On the air tomorrow: Baseball, football, golf
 •  On the air today: Boise State football, soccer, golf
 •  Baseball: Today's probable starting pitchers
 •  Suspicious fire destroys vacant Big Island home
 •  Second suspect arrested in Kailua attempted murder case
 •  Wahiawa soccer coach convicted of molesting boys
 •  Police arrest two Hawaii Kai robbery suspects
 •  Navy-affiliated lab criticism precedes UH regents' vote
 •  Judge rules go! parent destroyed key files
 •  Ala Moana jewelry store robbery suspect arrested
 •  Bicyclist killed at Haleakala National Park identified
 •  1 hurt as Redondo's factory evacuated after 'big bang'
 •  Hawaii County selects trash company after $1M search
 •  First suicide-prevention conference planned in Hawaii
 •  Police Beat: Boy arrested in Kalihi bus-stop robberies
 •  Big Isle fisherman rescued; Pahoa fire damage at $200K
 •  Man arrested on Big Island as sex assault suspect
 •  Senate panel OKs limits on ships' ballast water discharges
 •  Baby play yards recalled after boy is strangled
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  L&L founder donates $500,000 to UH's Shidler College
 •  Motorists, take heed: Century Bike Ride is Sunday
 •  Na Hoku musicians to hold free concert Saturday night
 •  Oahu deadline looms for property tax relief programs
 •  100 Kaneohe Marines, sailors return tonight from Iraq
 •  USS Chosin, USS Chung-Hoon return from deployment
 •  Repairs to fallen pole in Pearl City to take most of day
 •  SHOPO Bowl-A-Thon to honor late police chief
 •  UH-Manoa's Hamilton Library starts 24-hour service
 •  It's a Maui trip for America's Ugliest Office winner
 •  Staff shortage delays trash pickups in Kula
 •  Kapalua Coastal Trail receives permit; more needed
 •  Today's events: magicians meeting, song contest
 •  New swell gives surf a boost along east, north shores
 •  Big Island meeting on state budget
 •  Preps: Calif. coach illegally recruited Samoan players
 •  Paint over graffiti Saturday in McCully/Mo'ili'ili
 •  Kane'ohe-bound Likelike closure set this weekend
 •  August brought good news for Hawaii tourism industry
 •  On the air: This weekend's football games
 •  Honolulu gears up for national arts, humanities month
 •  Bill boosting Pell Grant aid helps U.S. college students
 •  More windward showers expected today
 •  Executive director named at Hawaii art museum
 •  UH Manoa's library master's program nationally ranked
 •  County fair will affect Maui traffic rest of week
 •  Lawmakers touring Big Island correctional facilities
 •  Spouse Abuse Shelter getting $10K from Rotary Club
 •  Cinema Italiano kicks off today
 •  Groundbreaking set for new Sub-Zero/Wolf warehouse
 •  Baseball: Webb held out because of bad weather
 •  NBA: Knicks Balkman out at least 4 weeks with injury
 •  Stocks end slightly up despite drop in home sales

Local News
 •  Trendy retail boom peps up Kaneohe Video
 •  Hawaii harbor users could get ferry tab
 •  $4.5M for Honolulu housing diverted or unused
 •  Mesa denies trying to kill off Hawaii airline
 •  Maui collision kills Haleakala bike tourist
 •  Taste of Kalihi a new block party Video
 •  Storytime for preschoolers
 •  Flu shot clinic at Longs Drugs
 •  Landfill future to be discussed
 •  Topic: safety of pedestrians
 •  Recycling drive benefits school
 •  H-1 lanes to be closed for work
 •  State park will be renovated
 •  Police get grant to curb meth
 •  Akaka calls for study of unknown-soldiers tomb
 •  Title insurance execs say bureau doesn't play favorites
 •  Military access to child's records can be blocked
 •  Students at Ha'iku are 'moving on the path of success'
 •  Spruce up student's workspace
 •  Pinstripe MBAs spreading green movement
 •  Future charter schools helped
 •  Fun run, fair honor fallen Hawaii policeman
 •  Hawaii Senate holds off on ferry session
 •  Construction of Kona highway to resume
 •  Flags at half-staff for Sgt. Gagalac
 •  Even nice stuff goes into dump
 •  Service today in Ha'iku for Cherie Hurd, 13
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH Warriors try to hush crowd Photo gallery Video
 •  Ex-'Bows now part of Nash's UH staff
 •  McKinley leads OIA White East
 •  McKinley leads OIA White East
 •  Deaf bowlers chose to strike out on their own Video
 •  Hawaii teams in Fall Classic
 •  Today's Oahu events
 •  Tomorrow's Oahu events
 •  Prep notices
 •  Games on TV
 •  Hayashi playing his game at highest level
 •  Hayashi wins fourth Stroke Play title
 •  Being in contention like a rite of passage
 •  Money Leaders
 •  Holes in One
 •  UH could profit from hosting show
 •  Sullivan best in French surf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Elevating baseball to a fine art

Island Life
 •  On the diet patrol
 •  Bamboo Ridge author brings that 'good story'
 •  Some pros and cons of using water filters
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Exposing health food marketing
 •  Catch the fire of the reggae beats at The Living Room
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  'Lost' takes over Cassis, brings Chinatown snow

 •  Mokulele Air expanding in Hawaii
 •  New Princess cruise ship arrives in Hawaii Photo gallery
 •  Get the right kind of sun protection year-round
 •  Free programs can make your computer more efficient
 •  Microsoft search engine tries to narrow gap with Google
 •  Congress considers Internet tax
 •  More China toys recalled for levels of lead in paint
 •  Honda, Toyota tops in fuel efficiency
 •  UAW-GM pact puts automaker in better shape
 •  A woman's story of courage making a difference
 •  Honolulu home prices high for middle managers
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Curbside recycling must be open process
 •  2010 Census ramp-up deserves full funding
 •  Distinguished thinkers should be welcomed
 •  We must all remember to share the road
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Greg's pix
 •  Colt Brennan at practice
 •  UH football practice
 •  Princess Cruises arrives in Honolulu, bigger than ever