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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 8, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Kauai anti-drug essay winners named
 •  Waianae man accused of sex assault on teen
 •  Motorcyclist killed in Puna crash identified
 •  Aussie surfing celebrity in federal custody
 •  Body found off Honolulu Harbor identified
 •  Fishing ban planned for part of Waikiki coast
 •  Hawaii man admits to videotaping rape of his infant child
 •  State Rep. Bob Nakasone dies from lung cancer a month after re-election
 •  U.S. Supreme Court rejects Obama birth certificate case
 •  Hannemann, mayors push projects costing $73B
 •  Cynthia Bond, former city executive, dies of cancer
 •  Benefit sale tomorrow will aid severely ill children at Kapiolani Medical
 •  Big Island brushfire that burned 10 acres under investigation
 •  Obama's plan helps lift Wall Street
 •  California Avenue reopened after car crashes into utility pole
 •  Lawmakers to honor biggest individual donor to Hawaii Foodbank today
 •  Mostly sunny today, though a few scattered showers expected
 •  Near-advisory surf levels expected for north-facing shores as early as tomorrow
 •  Woman arrested in Chinatown after allegedly hitting a police patrol car and trying to flee
 •  Police seek missing Honolulu woman
 •  Liliha Public Library closed for renovations through much of December
 •  Illinois beats UH in men's hoops road game, 68-58
 •  Here's how you can get your Sheraton Hawaii Bowl tickets
 •  Pipeline Masters postponed today; better swell expected tomorrow
 •  ND players say Hawaii was preferred destination
 •  NFL: Williams powers Panthers past Bucs, 38-23
 •  MLB: Sabathia meets Cashman for second straight day
 •  NFL: Browns’ coaching rumors not slowing Crennel
 •  CFB: UCF player improving after collapse, dad says
 •  CFB: Study: Grad rates up for bowl-bound teams
 •  Swimming: Phelps recalls early years, Olympics in new book
 •  CFB: McCoy tells paper he’ll return to Texas
 •  CFB: Fulmer to work as assistant to UT president
 •  CFB: Illinois offensive coordinator becomes NM coach
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  Golf: Frazar leads 28 players who earn PGA Tour cards
 •  NFL: Lions' Raiola won't regret making obscene gesture
 •  CFB: Washington introduces new coach Sarkisian
 •  NBA: Timberwolves fire coach Randy Wittman
 •  NFL: Morten Andersen, league's all-time top scorer, quits
 •  NFL: Redskins tackle Samuels out for the season
 •  MLB: Rangers trade C Laird to Tigers for 2 pitchers
 •  MLB: Former 2B Joe Gordon elected to Hall by Vets panel
 •  NFL: Manning keeps his cool despite Giants’ stumble
 •  NFL: 49ers hang an old-school defeat on Jets
 •  NFL: Cowboys let one slip away against Steelers
 •  NFL: Panthers T Bridges arrested on assault charges
 •  Golf: Olazabal replaces Ballesteros as Europe Royal Trophy captain
 •  CFB: Postseason bowl glance
 •  Hawaii All-Star Football Classic rosters
 •  Victorino at youth baseball camps on Oahu, Kauai
 •  Advantage Rent A Car to close Oahu, Maui locations
 •  Mokulele forges partnership with WestJet
 •  Walgreens opens first Neighbor Island pharmacy on Maui
 •  Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce sets holiday mixer
 •  HMSA spends $20.7M on incentive programs for hospitals, HMOs
 •  First Hawaiian signs deal for seawater air-conditioning system
 •  35 actors sought for disaster exercise
 •  'Blue Christmas' service to be Dec. 21 at St. Andrew's
 •  SOJA ready to march into Pipeline Jan. 8
 •  DHT adds ‘Peter Pan’ shows Dec. 22-23

Local News
 •  'I was simply doing my duty' Photo gallery Video
 •  Off-road park closer to reality
 •  Chapman traces fugitive pedophile to El Salvador
 •  Hawaii's Warriors will take on Notre Dame Video
 •  Erosion of Waikiki Beach would cut Hawaii tourism by $2 billion Video
 •  Chances of passing Hawaii's Akaka bill are better than ever
 •  Share your thoughts of statehood's impact
 •  $1 million donation aids Shriners
 •  Divers spear 218 invasive reef fish
 •  Obama slams Bush over foreclosures
 •  Kenoi names Lee as director of public works
 •  'Akaka Falls State Park closed through Friday
 •  Expect daytime work on North Market Street
 •  Haleakala Highway work will be done in 3 phases
 •  Imu fundraiser benefits school baseball program
 •  Windward choir fills musical void
 •  Grants
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mom of 3 worried about gifts for kids Video

 •  Punahou QB commits to UH Video
 •  Shoji likes makeup of his Rainbow volleyball squad
 •  'Bows embracing underdog role in matchup with Illinois
 •  Punahou QB commits to UH Video
 •  Kamehameha, Radford put on spirited performances Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii's Wie earns LPGA Tour card
 •  UnbeatenBoise St. settles for Poinsettia
 •  NFL summaries
 •  49ers send Jets into nosedive
 •  49ers' Gore has sprained left ankle
 •  Cardinals clinch West
 •  Dolphins feel at home in Toronto
 •  UH women rout UC Irvine
 •  Blake's late 3 carries Blazers past Raptors
 •  Closer K-Rod meets with Mets GM
 •  UNC tops Notre Dame for women's soccer title, 2-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Irish hope turnaround starts here

Island Life
 •  New life for trees
 •  Holiday party can be easy on environment
 •  From songs to laughs, free stuff abounds online
 •  Networks finally catch on: a spread of on-screen hunks
 •  Bad boys quick to find own fame
 •  For the environment
 •  Learn how to catch runoff
 •  For the environment
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Ailing economy puts global travel in slump
 •  Top hotels beef up security after Mumbai terror attacks Video
 •  Worker benefits cut as firms fight to stay afloat
 •  Outrigger empire's Hawaiian at heart
 •  FEMA worker jailed in disaster victims ID theft
 •  Number of part-time workers surged to 7.32M in November
 •  Microsoft sues suspected sellers of counterfeit software
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Kauai
 •  McClatchy hopes to find a buyer for Miami Herald
 •  Coming events

 •  Cyber shoppers, take precautions against ID theft
 •  State healthcare law should be fine-tuned
 •  Richardson's smaller role still better option
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Networks finally catch on: a spread of on-screen hunks
 •  Bad boys quick to find own fame
 •  TGI Monday