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Articles for December 17, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Copper thief sentenced to 10 years in prison
 •  Audit faults Superferry legislation
 •  Armed robbery suspect caught in Waikiki
 •  Army man arrested in infant injury probe
 •  Fugitive suspect in Waikiki burglary
 •  Two killed in collision near Honolulu Airport
 •  Seven arrested in Waimanalo drug raid
 •  Emergency road in Waianae opens today
 •  Weather: Mostly cloudy for the rest of the week
 •  Red Cross needs $100,000 to help flood victims
 •  UH Warriors ready for Notre Dame
 •  Hawaii gets driverís license security grant
 •  Public hearing tonight on Waikiki beach replenishment
 •  Marines forecast: 30 tons of snow for party
 •  Illegal dump catches fire on Big Island
 •  North Shore disaster recovery center now at old Haleiwa gym
 •  Shark spotted again at Makaha Beach Park
 •  Kauai officials continue to assess storm damage
 •  Honda slashes profit forecast amid global downturn
 •  Report: Tourism spending across nation in sharp decline
 •  Energy agency: Oil demand slowing, causes are many
 •  More than 1/6 of households have only cell phones
 •  SEC chairman says agency failed to probe Madoff
 •  No woofing: Most owners believe they understand their pet's language
 •  Iraqi official says heís quitting over shoe-tosser
 •  Report: S. Korean actress found guilty of adultery
 •  On violent day in Iraq, Britain affirms withdrawal
 •  Not much happening with the surf today
 •  Fire damages Kailua home
 •  F-22A Raptors will deploy to western Pacific
 •  Ewa Beach man arrested on extradition warrant
 •  Oil little changed below $44 as OPEC meeting looms
 •  NFL: Panthers DT Kemoeatu misses practice with injury
 •  Saint Louis alum Higgins named to FCS All-America third team
 •  UH's Houston named to All-America second team; Danielson third team
 •  UH football: Ford Island open for Sheraton Hawaii Bowl
 •  NFL: Redskins record-setting QB Sammy Baugh dies
 •  NFL: QB Alex Smith wants to stay with Niners
 •  MLB: Furcal reportedly will stay with Dodgers; Braves upset
 •  Woods says leg will be stronger than ever
 •  NFL Injury Report
 •  NFL: Playoff Scenarios
 •  NBA: Lakers are underachieving winners so far
 •  CFB: New Utah State coach hires 2 more assistants
 •  MLB: Yankees to finalize deals for Sabathia, Burnett
 •  CFKB: Syracuse's Devendorf appeals suspension
 •  NFL: Owners approve restructured Steelers deal
 •  Baseball: Ryne Sandberg to manage Cubs' Double-A Smokies
 •  Golf: NCAA puts Coastal Carolina on 2-year probation
 •  MLB: Mets say they are not for sale
 •  Speedskating: Veteran Ohno has high expectations
 •  NFL: Game over? Nope; Pacman back with Cowboys
 •  NFL: Favre banged up, but still having fun with Jets
 •  Volleyball: Nebraska puts the fun back in sport
 •  NFL: 'Worst coach' Zorn assures everyone that he's OK
 •  Volleyball: Penn State seeks perfection, NCAA title
 •  NFL: Bills QB Edwards ready to return from groin injury
 •  Obituary: Joe Krol, winner of six football Grey Cups, dies at 89
 •  Feds say ex-football star's nephew ran Pa. cocaine ring
 •  MLB: Agent says Furcal will pick between Braves and Dodgers
 •  CFB: llinois linebacker leaves hospital after stabbing
 •  NFL: Saints' Reggie Bush will miss final two games of season
 •  Olympics: CBS, Turner may make bid for TV rights
 •  CBKB: UAB loses 4 players, 2 to academics
 •  CBKB: Stansbury out of hospital, to coach Bulldogs
 •  Soccer: Spain No. 1, U.S. No. 22 in latest FIFA rankings
 •  CBKB: Rivera benefits from little-known NCAA rule
 •  NBA: Marbury watches courtside as Knicks lose a close one to Lakers
 •  CFB: Postseason bowl glance
 •  Litke: Auburn hire: More incompetence than bad intent
 •  Soccer: Spain triumphs as changes sweep sport in 2008
 •  NFL: Colts WR Harrison has MRI, considered questionable
 •  Honolulu ranked third-most expensive city to live
 •  Surfers' eco-friendly cutlery earns environmental honors
 •  Korean church to celebrate 90th anniversary on Dec. 28
 •  Emme flicks on her 'Christmas Moments'
 •  Long-term planning critical to future of farming

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Local News
 •  Two new Leeward shelters open
 •  For USS Ohio, finish line is near
 •  Perverse pleasures and legal hazards
 •  Hawaii flood victims try to deal with losing homes, belongings Photo gallery
 •  Domestic violence being passed on to next generation in Hawaii
 •  State may seek to lift limits on campaign funds from Mainland
 •  Baseball in Isles going, going, gone ó again
 •  Online archive of World War II
 •  Formerly homeless family needs a hand
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Crime victims can get updates on offenders
COURTS
 •  Court refuses to overturn election for lack of a debate
POLICE
 •  Police arrest driver in crash that hurt 6
WEATHER
 •  Federal officials assessing Oahu flood damage
MAUI
 •  Maui Swap Meet moving to college campus site
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Shark, debris, murkiness keep swimmers away Video
 •  Teenager arrested after police find pistol, drugs
 •  Sex offender, 71, charged in alleged assault on girl
 •  Power outage closes Hawaii Baptist Academy Video
 •  Home on Kihapai Street badly damaged by fire
OTHER NEWS
 •  'Our hearts aren't there'
 •  Community calendar
 •  At galas in D.C., only tux will do
 •  Obituaries
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Formerly homeless family needs a hand
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Perverse pleasures and legal hazards

Sports
 •  Austin's next role is QB of Notre Dame Video
 •  Bowls brimming with talent from Isles
 •  Mannings selected to Pro Bowl
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Austin's next role is QB of Notre Dame Video
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  'Iolani Classic is 'No. 1 ... in nation'
 •  Kapolei, Pearl City girls forge 1-1 tie Photo gallery
 •  Gatorade honor to HBA's Palmer
 •  This week's events
 •  Soccer standings
FOOTBALL
 •  Buckeye Laurinaitis 3-time All-American
 •  Penn State gives Paterno, 81, three-year extension
 •  Vick seeking an early entry to halfway house
 •  Nakamine surprises himself, wife
 •  Pigskin picks
BASKETBALL
 •  McGrady fuels Rockets' win
 •  No. 8 Duke women stop No. 3 Stanford
ISLE FILE
 •  Pros, amateurs battle in Burns Golf Cup
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
TELEVISION
 •  'Earl' co-star already a big name; image is key
 •  Muppets return in new holiday special
TASTE
 •  Wally's world
 •  Gather family for sugar cookie fun
 •  Cranberries, oranges are culinary couple of season
 •  Cookie icings range from relaxed to rock hard
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Winning Bundt cake has them asking for s'more
RECIPE DOCTOR
 •  All the joy of gingerbread cake without guilt
QUICK BITES
 •  Change of command at Hualalai Grille
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
WANDA A. ADAMS
 •  A cookbook with healthier local-style eats

Business
 •  Prices cut on all units at Moana Vista condo
 •  Rate cut: Good for consumers, but effect won't be immediate
 •  Kicking GM off Dow index would be difficult decision
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Market research vital in a bad economy Audio
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Horner succeeds Dods at FHB
 •  SEC investigated Madoff in 2007, but missed fraud

Opinion
 •  State, counties must align in economic plan
COMMENTARY
 •  Shoe throwing likely to long be remembered
 •  How an airplane toilet can ruin your life
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  Put aside struggles by serving others
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Perverse pleasures and legal hazards
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  'Earl' co-star already a big name; image is key
 •  Muppets return in new holiday special
 •  TGI Wednesday