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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 6, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Thousands turn out for Honolulu City Lights
 •  Night repaving set near Harding-Kapahulu intersection
 •  Lane closures planned on Pali starting Monday
 •  Meeting on Oahu rail transit plan draws handful of residents
 •  Akaka, Inouye praise choice of Shinseki for VA
 •  Lingle, AG take issue with OHA comments in ceded lands story
 •  2 men drown on Big Island
 •  Day of infamy a distant memory for Pearl Harbor survivor living simply
 •  Maui Council moves to cap bed and breakfasts
 •  Pain of remembering Pearl Harbor felt anew when sister provides DNA to help ID remains
 •  Honolulu wreath contest winners announced
 •  American Savings collecting toys for needy kids
 •  Wailuku paving project to last 4-6 weeks
 •  Maui's Sakamoto pool reopens following repairs
 •  Hawaii flags to fly at half staff on Sunday for 'Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day'
 •  Police identify hit-and-run victim killed Thursday
 •  High surf advisories posted for all islands
 •  Weather: Isolated showers likely the next few days
 •  Waikiki woman robbed by 2 men with knives
 •  Nurses OK new contract with Queen’s
 •  Authorities investigate baby with broken arm
 •  Estate donates $1M to Shriners Hospital
 •  Nominations sought for state Water Commission
 •  Warriors unravel late as Cincinnati wins, 29-24
 •  Hawaii-Cincinnati football statistics
 •  Pacquiao wins in eighth round over De La Hoya
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep USC, advance to NCAA Regionals
 •  CFB: Florida tops Alabama, likely headed to title game
 •  WBKB: Northern Arizona beats Hawaii, 61-58
 •  Golf: Wie poised to finally earn her card
 •  CFB: Navy wins 7th straight over Army
 •  CFB: Sarkisian to be football coach at Washington
 •  CFB: Cal accepts bid to Emerald Bowl
 •  CFB: Today's scores
 •  CFB: How the AP Top 25 fared
 •  CFB: Sanchez, defense lead No. 5 USC past UCLA, 28-7
 •  CFB: Montana avenges loss to Weber State
 •  CFB: Washington finishes 0-12 season with loss to Cal
 •  CFB: Va Tech beats BC, wins 2nd straight ACC title
 •  CFB: Idaho wrongly billed for coaches’ spouses tickets to Hawaii
 •  CFB: No. 23 Pittsburgh beats UConn 34-10 for bowl bid
 •  CFB: East Carolina beats Tulsa for C-USA title
 •  CFB: Sooners lower boom on Mizzou 62-21
 •  CFB: Arizona defeats Arizona State, 31-10
 •  In a recession, even the Super Bowl takes a hit
 •  UH football: Ford Island parking open for Saturday's game
 •  UH: Alumni and military discount for Cincinnati football game
 •  CFB: Texas Tech offers coach Leach a 3-year, $7M contract extension
 •  CBKB: BYU now 8-0 after 68-63 win over Utah State
 •  CBKB: Today's scores
 •  CBKB: How the AP Top 25 fared
 •  CBKB: Portland defeats Idaho, 68-65
 •  CBKB: Michigan beats No. 4 Duke, 81-73
 •  MLB: A-Rod says he'll play for Dominicans in 2009 WBC
 •  NFL: Cowboys’ Barber doesn’t make trip to Pittsburgh
 •  NFL: Panthers owner Richardson readmitted to hospital
 •  NFL: McAllister, Smith rejoin Saints
 •  NFL: Bills place Ellis on IR; activate Mace
 •  NFL: CB Clements’ status iffy for 49ers game against Jets
 •  Golf: Frazar shoots 59 at Q-school to take the lead
 •  Autos: Yarborough surprises Johnson at awards ceremony
 •  Golf: Nelsons, Kites tied for lead at Father-Son
 •  Golf: Stenson shoots 65, extends lead in Sun City
 •  Tennis: Sampras loses in seniors event in London
 •  MLB: Giants and Dodgers express interest in Randy Johnson
 •  Golf: Goggin leads Australian PGA
 •  Skiing: Svindal wins 2nd straight event at Birds of Prey
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  Victorino at youth baseball camps on Oahu, Kauai
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Fans asked to coordinate colors against Cincinnati

Local News
 •  Housing elevators out again
 •  Mayor to announce more city projects
 •  Household items would help family settle in
 •  State taking new tack in ceded-lands battle
 •  Pearl Harbor sites included in Pacific monument honoring WWII
 •  Obama planning vacation in Kailua during holidays
 •  Before the big game, a big honor Video
 •  Patrick 'Pat' Sylva, pioneering local musician, dies at 69
 •  Punahou to march in parade at inaugural
 •  go! isn't feeling much aloha
 •  Queen's nurses approve contract
 •  Farewell, 'Miss Sunshine' Photo gallery Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  Household items would help family settle in

 •  Bearcats, not BCS merits, focus for UH
 •  UH volleyball rolls to victory
 •  Raiders repeat in DII Photo gallery Video
 •  Not mirror images, but close
 •  Bearcats, not BCS merits, focus for UH
 •  Not mirror images, but close
 •  Raiders repeat in DII Photo gallery Video
 •  Punahou reigns supreme Photo gallery Video
 •  Almadova's play provides 'Iolani with special boost Photo gallery Video
 •  Puns' defense shackled Mules Photo gallery Video
 •  Wie two off Q-school lead after even-par 72
 •  Pierce breaks his silence
 •  Buffalo ends No. 12 Ball State's run, 42-24
 •  Celtics cool off Blazers for 11th straight, 93-78
 •  Maddux retiring after 23 seasons
 •  Chaminade men rout Fairbanks
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  There's no denying Punahou

Island Life
 •  Sounds of the Season
 •  Let holiday lights festivities begin — and parades, too
 •  Santa’s back for all the 4-legged kids
 •  Tickets on sale for Ne-Yo gig at Blaisdell
 •  It’s holiday sale at Bill’s Bookmobile
 •  Free workshop in Waimanalo on green gift wrap
 •  Coldplay sued over hit song Photo gallery
 •  Chabad's openness a liability
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Churches reach out with blogs, social media sites
 •  Praise is high for late Russian patriarch
 •  Spreading Buddha's wisdom
 •  Mumbai victims service scheduled
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

 •  Gas prices nosedive 10th straight week
 •  Pay continues for laid-off workers
 •  Kauai the bright spot in home prices for November
 •  Hawaii foreclosure rate at 1.67%, 22nd lowest in nation
 •  Agriculture industry struggling
 •  Breakthrough puts $15B deal for automakers a step closer
 •  Deadly stampede at Wal-Mart was a sad sign of the times
 •  State electricity sales down 3.3%
 •  Return expected from rescue fund

 •  A fitting monument to valor in the Pacific
 •  Secretary Clinton: an advocate for women
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Saturday