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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 14, 2008

BREAKING LOCAL NEWS
 •  Power strip malfunction started Hauula fire (Posted at 9:50 p.m.)  
 •  Officer injured; attempted-murder suspect arrested (Updated at 9:40 p.m.)  
 •  Suspect with assault rifle fires 6 shots in Waikiki robbery (Updated at 9:08 p.m.)  
 •  High surf warning downgraded to advisory (Posted at 7:50 p.m.)  
 •  Silent march tomorrow for Kalihi stabbing victim (Posted at 7:13 p.m.)  
 •  Pilot sought after plane crashes off Kauai (Updated at 6:59 p.m.)  
 •  Coast Guard searching for downed mail plane off Kauai (Updated at 6:48 p.m.)  
 •  American Savings Bank in Ewa robbed (Updated at 6:43 p.m.)  
 •  Hawaii Superferry postpones second Maui to Oahu trip (Updated at 5:45 p.m.)  
 •  U.S. Rep. Abercrombie's Web site wins award (Updated at 4:17 p.m.)  
 •  No serious traffic problems on Oahu roadways (Posted at 3:57 p.m.)  
 •  Mesa Air loses $68M, cites judgment in Hawaii suit (Updated at 3:45 p.m.)  
 •  Pedestrian, 79, hit while rushing to catch bus in Kalihi (Updated at 12:02 p.m.)  
 •  Tesoro forecasts lower Hawaii refinery output (Posted at 11:16 a.m.)  
 •  Maui students tout need for early childhood education (Posted at 11:01 a.m.)  
 •  Parts of Maui successful in cutting back water use (Posted at 10:45 a.m.)  
 •  Motorists escape injury as trees fall on Pali - video (Updated at 10:15 a.m.)  
 •  UH bookstore extends hours today, tomorrow (Updated at 10:12 a.m.)  
 •  Parade of Champions includes prep football teams (Updated at 9:36 a.m.)  
 •  Keating gets no update from China on U.S. ship denial (Updated at 8:48 a.m.)  
 •  Gusting, cold winds across Hawaii will lighten up (Updated at 7:11 a.m.)  
 •  Maui DUI arrests climb 12 percent, top 1,000 in 2007 (Updated at 6:48 a.m.)  
 •  Man reports being robbed at knife point on Nuuanu (Updated at 6:44 a.m.)  
 •  H-1 closures near Makakilo, Kapolei (Posted at 1:14 a.m.)  
 •  Farrington lanes closes betweeen Makaha, Waialua (Posted at 1:13 a.m.)  
 •  Fort Weaver road widening continues (Posted at 1:12 a.m.)  
 •  Puuloa Road improvements continue (Posted at 1:10 a.m.)  
 •  Whitmore lane closures continue this week (Posted at 1:09 a.m.)  
 •  Waterline being installed on Kalihi Street (Posted at 1:08 a.m.)  
BREAKING SPORTS
 •  UH rallies past San Jose St., 65-64, in men's basketball (Updated at 9:10 p.m.)  
 •  Favorite McMackin interviews for UH coach tomorrow (Updated at 12:22 p.m.)  
 •  Amputee ineligible for Games because of racing blades (Updated at 1:31 p.m.)  
 •  Parade of Champions includes prep football teams (Updated at 9:36 a.m.)  
 •  UH offers 2-for-1 deal to faculty for today's hoops game (Posted at 12:28 a.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Cards, Jays finalize Rolen for Glaus trade (Posted at 1:21 p.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Braves-A's complete deal for OF Kotsay (Posted at 12:57 p.m.)  
 •  Baseball: Brewers, Cameron finalize $7M, 1-year deal (Posted at 7:37 a.m.)  
 •  Boxing: Munoz keeps WBA superflyweight title (Posted at 6:56 a.m.)  
 •  CFB: Ohio St. LB Laurinaitis to return for senior season (Posted at 1:23 p.m.)  
 •  CFB: Virginia Tech CB Victor Harris to enter NFL draft (Posted at 1:11 p.m.)  
 •  CFB: Michigan WR Manningham enters NFL draft (Posted at 12:41 p.m.)  
 •  CFB: Arkansas' McFadden to enter NFL draft (Posted at 9:13 a.m.)  
 •  CFB: Slaton says bye to West Virginia, hello to NFL (Posted at 12:27 a.m.)  
 •  Golf: 4 top stars to compete at MasterCard event (Posted at 12:30 a.m.)  
 •  NBA: Bulls' Noah still puzzled by suspension (Posted at 1:17 p.m.)  
 •  NBA: Marbury out a while if ankle equires surgery (Posted at 12:35 p.m.)  
 •  NBA: Cavaliers' James acknowledges driving 101 mph (Posted at 12:32 p.m.)  
 •  NBA: Lakers say center Bynum will miss 8 weeks (Posted at 12:26 p.m.)  
 •  NBA: Cavs give coach Brown 2-year contract extension (Posted at 6:47 a.m.)  
 •  NCAA looks to improve diversity (Posted at 9:15 a.m.)  
 •  NCAA pilot program to allow Canadian schools in DII (Updated at 7:39 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: Chargers QB Rivers questionable for AFC game (Posted at 1:27 p.m.)  
 •  NFL: Door left wide open for Patriots to go 19-0 (Posted at 12:26 a.m.)  
 •  NFL: Romo left to explain both a trip and a loss (Posted at 12:24 a.m.)  
 •  Obit: Ex-Met pitcher Don Cardwell dies at 72 (Posted at 2:28 p.m.)  
 •  Obit: Brooklyn Dodger star Podres dies at 75 (Posted at 12:25 a.m.)  
 •  Preps: Illinois Assoc. approves random steroid tests (Posted at 5:12 p.m.)  
 •  Preps: OIA JV soccer playoffs schedule (Updated at 10:17 a.m.)  
 •  Sumo: Asashoryu loses first in comeback tournament (Posted at 6:58 a.m.)  
 •  Tennis: Australian Open results (Posted at 6:54 a.m.)  
 •  Tennis: Women reportedly asked to throw matches (Posted at 6:49 a.m.)  
 •  Tennis: Murray first seed to fall at Australian Open (Posted at 6:45 a.m.)  
 •  Tennis: Davenport wins in return from childbirth (Posted at 12:23 a.m.)  
 •  On the air today: UH hoops, hockey, Australian Open (Posted at 12:21 a.m.)  
 •  On the air tomorrow: Hoops, Australian Open, hockey (Posted at 12:22 a.m.)  
BREAKING BUSINESS
 •  Kai Sensors technology wins another honor (Updated at 5:44 p.m.)  
 •  Airline seats to Hawaii projected to rise Jan. to March (Updated at 4:56 p.m.)  
 •  Mesa Air loses $68M, cites judgment in Hawaii suit (Updated at 3:45 p.m.)  
 •  HTA, trade group offer festivals certification program (Updated at 3:45 p.m.)  
 •  Hoku completes solar systems for Paradise Beverages (Updated at 3:44 p.m.)  
 •  Firm raises $11M for plan to use seawater for cooling (Posted at 3:03 p.m.)  
 •  Hawaii Pacific Teleport in satellite services deal (Posted at 2:49 p.m.)  
 •  Hawaii stock index charts slight gain (Posted at 2:23 p.m.)  
 •  Tesoro forecasts lower Hawaii refinery output (Posted at 11:16 a.m.)  
 •  Stocks end up as IBM lifts hopes for earnings season (Updated at 11:10 a.m.)  
 •  Bank of Hawaii conference call set for Jan. 28 (Posted at 10:23 a.m.)  
 •  Dollar falls versus currencies in European trading (Posted at 10:05 a.m.)  
 •  Recession answers could become clear this week (Updated at 7:39 a.m.)  
BREAKING ISLAND LIFE
 •  Indie rock kingpins Ween coming to Pipeline March 10 (Updated at 3:19 p.m.)  
 •  Tickets for Honolulu's White Party on sale tomorrow (Posted at 1:14 p.m.)  
 •  Funk and soul on tap at Pipeline Saturday (Posted at 1:13 p.m.)  
 •  Atamira Dance Collective to present Maori art at UH (Posted at 1:10 p.m.)  
 •  Silversun Pickups to join Incubus at Shell on March 21 (Posted at 1:04 p.m.)  
 •  Parade of Champions includes prep football teams (Updated at 9:36 a.m.)  
 •  Church picks Nakata as for peacemaker award (Posted at 8:48 a.m.)  
 •  MLK parade and Unity Celebration set for Monday (Posted at 8:46 a.m.)  
 •  Video story of disabled man's faith to screen at church (Posted at 8:40 a.m.)  
 •  Missionary returns to head Nazarene church (Posted at 8:33 a.m.)  
BREAKING ENTERTAINMENT
 •  Indie rock kingpins Ween coming to Pipeline March 10 (Updated at 3:19 p.m.)  
 •  Tickets for Honolulu's White Party on sale tomorrow (Posted at 1:14 p.m.)  
 •  Funk and soul on tap at Pipeline Saturday (Posted at 1:13 p.m.)  
 •  Atamira Dance Collective to present Maori art at UH (Posted at 1:10 p.m.)  
 •  Silversun Pickups to join Incubus at Shell on March 21 (Posted at 1:04 p.m.)  
 •  Britney Spears arrives at courthouse without going in (Posted at 12:15 p.m.)  
 •  Parade of Champions includes prep football teams (Updated at 9:36 a.m.)  
 •  50 Cent, Wyclef, Mary J. Blige linked to steroid use (Updated at 8:52 a.m.)  
 •  MLK parade and Unity Celebration set for Monday (Posted at 8:46 a.m.)  
 •  Video story of disabled man's faith to screen at church (Posted at 8:40 a.m.)  
 •  Nicholson and Freeman work box office magic (Posted at 2:41 a.m.)  

Local News
 •  Former Hawaii coach Jones supports Frazier Video
 •  Hawaii studies on Strykers, Makua done
 •  Fighting invasive species in Hawaii Photo gallery
 •  Developers have big plans for Hawaii town
 •  Hawaii's North Shore hit by monster swells Photo gallery Video
ELECTION
 •  McCain takes GOP lead; Obama gains
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Families 'keep it positive' as phone calls to Iraq get easier
 •  Army recruiting gets National Guard boost
COURTS
 •  Hawaii driver allegedly had drugs, no license
POLICE BEAT
 •  Accused killer due in court today
ENVIRONMENT
 •  For the environment
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  Hawaii Ohana Festival keeps traditions alive Photo gallery
MAUI
 •  Concerts, food, crafts to honor cultural diversity
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Royal Hawaiian Band to play King Day concert
 •  Concerts, food, crafts to honor cultural diversity
 •  Burglary prevention forum at Keoneula
 •  Six-mile hike will offer chance to see wildlife
 •  Hongwanji students want empty recyclables
 •  Library gets $180,000 for new cooling device
 •  Community council to meet for ag presentation
 •  A lion dance way up there
 •  Ala Wai Challenge seeking more teams
OTHER NEWS
 •  Community calendar
 •  Hawaii writer's life celebrated at event
 •  Obituaries
WILLIAM COLE
 •  Hawaii-bound Ospreys quietly doing job in Iraq

Sports
 •  Patience pays big dividends for Choi
 •  A quick rematch for UH, San Jose
 •  With Tomlinson, Rivers out, San Diego gets 28-24 victory Photo gallery
 •  'Other' Manning continues big play with two TDs in 21-17 win Photo gallery
GOLF
 •  McLachlin closer to realizing dream Photo gallery
 •  Sabbatini likes time in Islands
SURFING
 •  'Eddie' would go, but not contest in his honor Photo gallery Video
BASKETBALL
 •  Oregon upsets Stanford, 71-66
ISLE FILE
 •  Chaminade men rally to beat BYU-Hawaii, 73-69
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  A son rises and shines at Waialae

Island Life
 •  'Atonement' wins Globes drama prize
 •  Red carpet, booze sorely missing
 •  Mix old, new for cottage chic look
TREENA SHAPIRO
 •  Scrabulous puts a play on words
VIDEO GAMES
 •  Word puzzle games are in; sudoku's out
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Mix old, new for cottage chic look
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Clever solutions for everyday life
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
MOMS
 •  Tears at daughter's departure for college

Business
 •  Agency aims to protect Hawaii's environment
 •  Demand is increasing for Isle hospice programs
 •  Cruise line faulted in fatal 2003 explosion
TOURISM
 •  Malaysia's polishing its properties, raising rates
AIRLINES
 •  Celebrity chefs tasked with pleasing fliers' palates
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Apple still on a roll from 2007's hits
 •  Internet set to speed up in rural areas satellite on its way
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Rare-coin encounter as kid led to lifetime passion
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Singapore airport boosts capacity to fend off rivals
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  FBI: Foreclosure scam cases likely to rise even more
 •  Tax-map data available online
 •  Coming events

Opinion
 •  Reform would make presidential primaries fairer to voters
COMMENTARY
 •  2008 voters focusing on ideas, not on race
 •  Is America ready for a female president?
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
VIDEO GAMES
 •  Word puzzle games are in; sudoku's out
 •  TGI Monday

Photo galleries
 •  Big surf
 •  New Year's 'Ohana Festival
 •  Invasive species
 •  Eagles Fly Again
 •  Sony Open in Hawaii final round
 •  AFC, NFC playoff games