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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 1, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Hawaii Superferry report delayed
 •  Toys for Tots Hawaii campaign gets rolling today with ‘Bikes for Tykes’
 •  Waipahu kids take part in anti-gun, anti-gang block party
 •  Likelike reopened after injured hiker rescued
 •  Lahaina Halloween party attracts smaller crowd
 •  12 major sewer projects launched on Oahu
 •  Volunteers construct fence for fire-damaged Central Union Church and school
 •  Islamic educators to visit Honolulu schools
 •  Bank employees sprucing up Stevenson School
 •  Overturned vehicle reported on Moanalua Road
 •  Surf: 5 to 7 feet expected today along north shores
 •  Your weekend weather: Sunny and clear
 •  Partnership on Hilo to help native Hawaiians
 •  Second round of meetings set over Mauna Kea management plan
 •  Utility work to begin Monday on Farrington Highway
 •  Utah State frustrates Warriors, 30-14
 •  How University of Hawaii football opponents fared
 •  Volleyball: UH rolls over Utah State in three sets
 •  Kamehameha sweeps Punahou to win ILH volleyball title
 •  Preps: New game will pit Hawaii vs. Mainland stars
 •  Last-second TD lifts No. 6 Texas Tech past No. 1 Texas
 •  Ex-'Bow Anthony Carter scores 20 in Nuggets' loss to Bryant, Lakers
 •  UH alum Soero advances to second stage of PGA Q-School
 •  Hawaii-Utah State football statistics
 •  Preps: No. 7 Baldwin downs Maui
 •  CFB: Today's college football scores
 •  CFB: How the AP Top 25 football teams fared
 •  CFB: No. 10 Utah keeps BCS bowl hopes intact
 •  NFL: Report says Culpepper agrees to 2-year deal with Lions
 •  CFB: No. 11 Boise State beats New Mexico State 49-0
 •  CFB: Louisiana Tech defeats Fresno St. 38-35
 •  CFB: Navy rallies to beat Temple in overtime, 33-27
 •  MLB: CC Sabathia files for free agency
 •  CFB: Dalton leads No. 12 TCU past UNLV 44-14
 •  CFB: No. 4 Sooners rout turnover-prone Nebraska 62-28
 •  CFB: LSU and Scott cruise past Tulane 35-10
 •  Auto racing: Busch gets 10th Nationwide victory
 •  CFB: No. 7 Trojans roll past Huskies, 56-0
 •  CFB: No. 17 BYU rallies for 45-42 win
 •  CFB: Florida celebrates 49-10 win against rival Georgia
 •  CFB: Pitt beats Notre Dame on Lee's FG in 4th OT
 •  CFB: Cal gets TOs in rain for win over No. 23 Oregon
 •  CFB: Dwyer, Ga. Tech run over No. 16 FSU, 31-28
 •  CFB: Bryant's 4 TDs lift Oklahoma St. past Iowa St.
 •  Skating: Russians edge Canadians in pairs at Skate Canada
 •  CFB: Purdue cements Michigan's losing season, 48-42
 •  CFB: Late interception lifts Northwestern past Minnesota 24-17
 •  CFB: Harrison kicks Air Force past Army
 •  Golf: Rain postpones third round of Schwab Cup
 •  Tennis: Mattek in 1st WTA final, against Petrova in Quebec
 •  Track: USC sprinter shot at Halloween party
 •  Golf: Letzig returns to the lead at Ocean Hammock
 •  CFB: Weber State keeps Portland State on defensive, 31-21
 •  CFB: Ingram, No. 2 Bama roll over Arkansas State, 35-0
 •  CFB: Arkansas halts Tulsa's unbeaten run
 •  CFB: Missouri escapes with 31-28 win at Baylor
 •  CFB: No. 22 Michigan State beats Wisconsin on late field goal
 •  NHL: Crosby joins morning skate, will play vs Blues
 •  CBKB: UConn is AP's preseason No. 1 in women's basketball
 •  NFL: Browns OL Tucker out for season, WR Sanders signed
 •  Tennis: Nalbandian reaches Paris Masters final
 •  CFB: Starting streak ends for Purdue’s injured QB Painter
 •  Running: Planning the NYC Marathon takes yearlong effort
 •  NBA: Blazers sign forward Webster to contract extension
 •  Golf: In-Kyung Kim takes lead at LPGA Kolon Championship
 •  CFB: Father believes McMahon belongs in BYU Hall of Fame
 •  CFB: Stanford a favorite for a change against Cougars
 •  Wagering: Gamblers cheer horse named Subprime
 •  Golf: Westwood trails by a shot at Volvo Masters
 •  Skating: U.S. ice dancers Davis-White lead at Skate Canada
 •  Auto racing: Massa takes pole for Brazilian GP
 •  Auto racing: Edwards wants to put pressure on Johnson
 •  UH men's, women's hoops teams available for photos, autographs
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  NFL: Titans look like midseason giants

Local News
 •  Mayor outspends foe fivefold
 •  Upstart, veteran voice priorities
 •  Dead girl's 3 brothers removed from home Video
 •  Rail study doesn't list all affected properties Video
 •  Obama's certificate of birth OK, state says
 •  IRS has cash for Hawaii tax filers
 •  Ala Wai harbor launches fees for 229 once-free stalls
 •  Superferry trims service, ups some fares
 •  Honolulu gas prices at 10-month low of $3.34
 •  Here's the week that was in politics
 •  Big names stump for candidates in homestretch Photo gallery
 •  Study finds news bias toward Obama
 •  Obama airs ads on GOP turf
 •  Oahu's early votes top 2004 tally
 •  Lingle: Downturn will press state, businesses, nonprofits
 •  'Offensive' behavior at heiau results in apology
 •  'Saltimbanco' a showstopper
 •  Man charged in Alabama fraud
 •  Kahana Valley evictions halted Video
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH hopes reunion bodes well Video
 •  Houston keys Hawaii sweep of Nevada
 •  Farrington holds off Leilehua, 26-24 Photo gallery
 •  Fan Bolte pledges $2M to UH football squad
 •  Forward Adams will not redshirt this year
 •  UH hopes reunion bodes well Video
 •  Hawaii's Grasso gets chance to return home
 •  Fan Bolte pledges $2M to UH football squad
 •  Farrington holds off Leilehua, 26-24 Photo gallery
 •  Kahuku reaches OIA Red final Photo gallery
 •  Leilehua boys, Punahou girls take state cross country titles
 •  Kalani's Ajimine makes it 3 in row Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani breaks skid, pounces on Word of Life
 •  League suspends K.C. RB Johnson one game
 •  Different poll, same result: N.C. voted unanimous No. 1
 •  Garnett stars in 1,000th game
 •  Kauai's Powers wins
 •  BeachBoys, Honu win in baseball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Last shot to put end to Aggony

Island Life
 •  Healthy dose of laughs
 •  Chicken-skin stories aren't over at Plantation Village
 •  Art sale, and 80th birthday
 •  Sea turtle celebration and release at Sea Life Park
 •  Hamming it up, on the spot
 •  MTV dance crew in the house
 •  Better health through prayer
 •  China, Dalai Lama envoys to talk
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Financial crisis has churches worried
 •  Angels appear in times of need
 •  PBA awards banquet Friday
 •  Holiday lights
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday

 •  Central Pacific stock rises on 3Q earnings
 •  Developer of Waikiki condo pursues investors from Asia
 •  State working to contain bee parasites
 •  Money management done with online friends
 •  Good time to cut spending, start an emergency fund
 •  October's a month for crashes — and recovery
 •  Indicators of U.S. recession grow
 •  Paul Finazzo, 79, navigated Hawaiian Air in tough times
 •  October auto sales figure to be grim
 •  Alaska Air begins flights to Kahului
 •  JPMorgan Chase widens efforts on mortgage relief

 •  Back-door regulatory changes raise concern
 •  It's a scary time when it's hope that we fear
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Saturday