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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 2, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Woman critically hurt in Diamond Head moped crash
 •  Big Island police seek thieves who hit school
 •  No cause of death yet for Hilo man who died in police custody
 •  Man arrested in theft of carton of milk
 •  Former Mayor Harry Kim suffers health setback
 •  Automakers to submit plans to Congress
 •  Oil near $50 per barrel
 •  Stocks rebound sharply after big drop
 •  U.N. concerned over treatment of Iraqi detainees
 •  Alaska Air looking for ways to boost revenue
 •  Algae blooms disappear from Kahului Harbor
 •  City crews preparing for holiday celebration
 •  Leaving Thailand an ordeal for Maui couple
 •  Maui radio DJ Henry 'Boy' Kanae dies at 55
 •  Obama seeks to assure nervous governors on economy
 •  Paving work may delay travel on Kauai highway
 •  Child molester believed to have left Oahu; $5 million arrest warrant issued
 •  Parrot expert Pepperberg to speak at Blaisdell
 •  Online park program registration available now
 •  Oahu street closures set for Christmas parades, other events
 •  Kahului Beach Road repaving under way
 •  Girls, boys invited to 'Afternoon of Beautiful Math'
 •  Forum to focus on mentally ill parents
 •  Fire Department to recognize civilian heroes
 •  High surf advisory posted from Niihau to Big Island
 •  Remains of World War II flier identified
 •  Kualaau named Lunalilo Estate trustee
 •  Weather: A few light showers likely today
 •  Schofield traffic backing up on Kunia Road
 •  Hawaii All-Star Football Classic rosters announced
 •  Waves 10-20 feet for today's Triple Crown of Surfing
 •  UH: Alumni and military discount for Cincinnati football game
 •  Giants suspend Burress; Super Bowl hero is done for year
 •  Paralyzed Jaguars lineman endures tough road, says he remembers everything
 •  Two teens, Wie and Hurst, two different roads to LPGA Tour
 •  CFB: Florida QB Tebow will likely check on NFL draft status
 •  CFB: What are the chances USC is surprised again by UCLA
 •  NFL: Redskins QB Campbell confronts Intensifying criticism
 •  CFB: Kelly named Bellotti eventual successor at Oregon
 •  NFL: Cowboys put ’Pacman’ back on 53-man roster
 •  CFB: Brian Kelly says he's staying as Cincinnati football coach
 •  MLB: Phillies will get World Series full share of $351,504
 •  NFL: 3 Saints, 2 Vikings among six suspended for doping violations
 •  NBA: McGrady says he’ll miss 3 weeks with knee injury
 •  NFL: Browns’ QB Quinn to have surgery
 •  Golf: Ballesteros has operation to drain brain fluid
 •  CFB: Mumme out as New Mexico State coach
 •  NFL: Browns sign Gradkowski as backup quarterback
 •  NFL: Schaub set to return to Texans
 •  NFL: Burress arrives at stadium as NYPD investigates
 •  CFB: Former UH assistant Paul Johnson voted ACC coach of year
 •  CFB: Wildcats, Sun Devils set for Territorial Cup duel
 •  CFB: Tebow one of five Walter Camp player of the year finalists
 •  CFB: UConn's Dixon charged with drunken driving
 •  CFB: Police chief issues 'warrant' for Kansas players
 •  Race walking: Former champion dies of heart attack at age 45
 •  Cycling: Tour officials ho-hum about Armstrong's return
 •  NFL: Raider coach Cable mulls botched fake FG attempt
 •  Golf: Surfing injury forces Scott out of Australian PGA Championship
 •  MLB: Phils don’t offer salary arbitration to Burrell, Moyer
 •  CFB: Let sparring begin: Spurrier questions Kiffin’s phone call
 •  MLB: Mets: Ballpark will remain Citi Field
 •  CBKB: Nation's tallest basketball player out of hospital
 •  MLB: Ted Rogers, owner of Toronto Blue Jays, dies at 75
 •  NCAA volleyball: Larson: Nebraska must rely on full team effort
 •  NFL: Playoff scenarios
 •  CFB: Big 12 allowed BCS to handle its dirty work
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Fans asked to coordinate colors against Cincinnati
 •  Hawaiian Electric Industries sells $115 million of stock
 •  Mesa Air Group sells spare parts inventory
 •  Planned electric car network would reduce state's oil dependence
 •  Military maneuvers on green energy encouraging

Local News
 •  Killer must serve 27 1/2 years
 •  Top agent of local FBI office departing
 •  USS Arizona site part of online project
 •  Oahu home sales dive, but prices stable
 •  HawTel’s efforts to compete hindered by rising debt load Photo gallery Video
 •  Combat injuries can afflict veterans with pain for years
 •  Filing spurs feelings of apathy, fear
 •  Constant moves tough on family
 •  William R. Finnegan, producer of 'Five-0'
 •  William J. 'Bill' Bonk, 84, Big Isle educator, activist
 •  Service on Friday for artist Peggy Chun
 •  No favors for Isles on federal money
 •  Key elements of Obama stimulus plan still blank
 •  City asks to raze Kalihi structure
 •  Hilo program wants lead in moon project
 •  Dec. 13 golf tournament will aid Parker School
 •  Big Island, Kauai leaders take oaths
 •  Meeting about bike path moved back to Thursday
 •  Sailboat sinks off Magic Island; owner unknown Video
 •  Okinawa association offers a fair for seniors
 •  Mayor asks non-profits to cut grant requests 10%
 •  Lanes close nightly on H-1 through Pearl City
 •  Lane closures tomorrow along Farrington Hwy.
 •  Foodbank benefit will feature entertainment
 •  Community calendar
 •  Concert to benefit lung association
 •  Man who died in Big Island jail ID'd
 •  Obituaries
 •  Pogs craze making a comeback
 •  Constant moves tough on family

 •  'Bows rally past Prairie View
 •  4 Warriors make All-WAC team Photo gallery
 •  Gilmore closes out title at Sunset Video
 •  4 Warriors make All-WAC team Photo gallery
 •  Hall led stubborn Mules' defense in semifinal win
 •  Services for ex-Kea'au hoops coach this week
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  This week's events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  State football tournaments
 •  ILH Fall awards
 •  Wie takes aim at joining LPGA
 •  Giants' Burress arrested, released
 •  Defense helps boost Texans past Jaguars
 •  Mumme likely out at New Mexico State
 •  Celtics roll to ninth win in a row
 •  Brewers offer ace arbitration
 •  Carleton tops 'Swords in men's basketball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Flemings was 'sole' provider

Island Life
 •  Managing your Teen's Time
 •  Rich, then poor and on reality show
 •  A food pyramid for pre-schoolers
 •  Where are all the real gentlemen?
 •  New local flick has contest just for you
 •  World War II films, music
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Ables Sayre on a break from Broadway

 •  Bankruptcy filings surged last month
 •  General Growth receives 2-week reprieve on loan Video
 •  Ala Wai project proposals sought
 •  Hotel labor dispute heats up
 •  Salvation Army commander's mission more than bell-ringing Audio
 •  Home sales and median sale prices In Oahu Neighborhoods for October 2008
 •  Jobless can get extra 7 weeks of aid
 •  Nearly 4% of mortgage holders 2 months behind

 •  Maintaining prison visits must remain a priority
 •  Time bomb ticking for U.S. automakers
 •  China must wait for global leadership role
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday