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Articles for November 3, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Obama's grandmother dies of cancer
 •  Obama ‘stoic’ on getting news of Dunham’s death
 •  Obama’s grandmother dies just before Election Day
 •  Obama calls grandmother 'quiet hero'
 •  Kauai coastal path wins disability access award
 •  Central Union school reopens tomorrow
 •  4 sharks sighted at Waimea Bay; warning posted
 •  Missing tenant of collapsed Kalihi structure located
 •  Airman missing from WWll identified
 •  Army discharges soldier for beating Jewish trainee
 •  State to discuss Kailua's worsening coqui frog problem
 •  Disclosure about Obama’s aunt may have violated law
 •  A look at Election Day office closings
 •  Surf expected to reach advisory levels later this week
 •  Sunny skies, trade winds in today’s forecast
 •  Ala Wai harbor now has metered parking
 •  Flatworms help UH-Manoa researchers answer evolutionary questions
 •  Public hearing set for Lahaina wastewater work
 •  Civil Defense testing sirens today
 •  Hotel occupancy rates crater in Hawaii
 •  Swap meet offering free admission on Saturday
 •  Stray bullet hits woman at NASCAR race in Texas
 •  Circuit City shutting down 20 percent of its stores
 •  Fed’s latest survey finds tighter loan standards
 •  Jury says Reeves doesn’t owe paparazzo
 •  Ford, Toyota post big drops in October U.S. sales
 •  Stocks fluctuate on weak manufacturing reading
 •  Iranians celebrate anniversary of U.S. Embassy takeover
 •  American school in Syria obeys order to close
 •  Manufacturing sector contracts in October
 •  Jury convicts Yemeni in 2nd Guantanamo trial
 •  Where McCain, Obama stand on the issues
 •  Obama, McCain race across swing states on campaign’s last day
 •  Latest newspaper endorsements in presidential race
 •  Despite gloom, voters optimistic heading into Election Day
 •  Campaign fact checks: The myths that wouldn’t go away
 •  Obama leads in Ohio, Pennsylvania; tied in Florida, polls find
 •  U.S. military: 40 tons of Afghan dope destroyed
 •  China envoy in Taiwan says talks crucial
 •  Pakistan warns Petraeus against missile strikes
 •  Jury to announce verdict in 2nd Guantanamo trial
 •  Money, research spur race for algae as fuel source
 •  UH football: Nauahi to be on Wheel of Fortune
 •  UH soccer's Deptula named WAC Offensive Player of the Week
 •  NFL: Steelers’ D, Leftwich lead 23-6 victory
 •  Moanalua grad Amian, of San Jose State, earns WAC volleyball honor
 •  NBA: Pistons, Nuggets swap Iverson for Billups, McDyess
 •  NBA: Pistons beat Bobcats 101-83 ahead of Iverson
 •  NBA: Pistons, Hamilton agree to 3-year deal
 •  NFL: Broncos' Pittman, Hall out for season with injuries
 •  MLB: Brewers open bidding for ace pitcher Sabathia
 •  NFL: Bills safety Whitner out with shoulder injury
 •  NFL: Vikings DE Allen hurts shoulder
 •  CFB: Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer won’t return in 2009
 •  NFL: Quinn replaces Anderson as Browns quarterback
 •  MLB: Brewers pick up Cameron’s $10 million option for next season
 •  MLB: Clemens says McNamee shouldn’t get immunity in slander case
 •  NBA: Players union may talk to Knicks about marbury stalemate
 •  Auto Racing: Woman hit by stray bullet at NASCAR race in Texas
 •  Running: 2nd NYC Marathon runner dies
 •  NFL: Bears await word on Orton’s ankle
 •  Indiana St. naming basketball court after Wooden
 •  NFL: Saints place Grant on IR, re-sign Thomas
 •  MLB: Judge agonizing over Clemens defamation lawsuit
 •  Golf: Ballesteros’ condition improving
 •  CFB: No. 6 Sooners’ English could miss next 2 games
 •  Tennis: Nadal Pulls Out of Shanghai Masters, Prepares for Davis Cup
 •  CBKB: Hansbrough unanimous for preseason AP All-America
 •  NFL: Culpepper plans to sign 2-year contract with Lions
 •  MLB: New Phillies GM Amaro signs 3-year contract
 •  CFB: Toledo football coach resigns after three losing years
 •  NFL: Tony Romo might not be able to fix this mess
 •  NFL: Favre sheds nerves to secure Jets' win over Bills
 •  NFL: Raiders, fans anxiously waiting for Russell to blossom
 •  CFB: ESPN report backs paper's account of college player’s death
 •  CFB: Rout of Washington lands USC lower in BCS standings
 •  CFB: Crushing loss to Florida forces Georgia to regroup
 •  CFB: JoePa’s veteran staff helps keep Penn St. humming
 •  Auto racing: Edwards makes it a race again, but Johnson still in command of Chase
 •  NFL: Seahawks start strong, but lack finishing touch
 •  On this date in sports history
 •  NHL today
 •  NBA today
 •  Hawaiian Telcom postpones $26 million in bond payments
 •  Low named head of aquaculture program
 •  Tesoro shares receive upgrade from JPMorgan
 •  Hawaii Real Estate Commission meetings set for Hilo
 •  Kamakura Index of troubled companies rises
 •  Letarte swimwear opening new flagship store on Maui
 •  Oahu single-family home resale price was lower in October
 •  Hawaii Circuit City store not on list for closing
 •  Rare Hawaiian translation of Book of Mormon to be unveiled
 •  Voting helps us to feel vested in government

Local News
 •  Head Start evicted by Kawamoto
 •  Curbside recycling begins today for many Video
 •  S. Korean tourism in Islands may grow
 •  Hawaii rail transit cost now at least $4.34B Video
 •  Hawaii school lunches will cost students more under BOE plan
 •  Hawaii Democrats plan parties hoping to celebrate Obama win
 •  Dead girl's father arrested on warrants
 •  Sewer repairs will slow traffic
 •  Election day
 •  Focused on getting out the vote
 •  Odds are 1 in 60M one vote can decide election
 •  Japanese ship tracks missile at practice
 •  1,000 to receive trees at Lawn & Garden Fair
 •  Pu'uloa Road project continues to close lanes
 •  Free workshops planned for nonprofits on Kauai
 •  11 Oahu marching bands play tonight at stadium
 •  Waterline replacement to cut service overnight
 •  HECO work to shut lane on Farrington Highway
 •  Expect delays this week on Fort Weaver Road
 •  State will discuss how to control noisy frogs
 •  Obituaries

 •  McMackin means business Video
 •  Rainbow Warriors ragged in 72-70 win over Vulcans Photo gallery
 •  Titans still perfect after OT victory
 •  McMackin means business Video
 •  Kamehameha, HBA top seeds
 •  Palmer rallies to Florida win
 •  Alabama becomes fifth team to top AP Top 25
 •  Bengals win first game
 •  NFL Summaries
 •  Giants dump Cowboys
 •  Falcons dominate lowly Raiders, 24-0
 •  Culpepper, Lions agree on contract
 •  Thunder in win column
 •  Honu's pitching denies Sharks, 3-1
 •  Patacchia third in Brazil surf
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Playing role in return of Mumme

Island Life
 •  'Team Imig' victorious in reducing their trash
 •  Jackson Browne on tour, outspoken as ever at 60
 •  Sounds of Spain soar by brass quintet
 •  The Strausses offer ideal cartoon music
 •  Send us your heartwarming holiday stories
 •  Tree giveaway on Saturday
 •  Tree giveaway on Saturday
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hotel occupancy falls to 63% in September
 •  Now at a theater near you: Dinner and a movie
 •  D.C. gears up for Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday
 •  Princess Cruises answers industry SOS
 •  Anxious workers challenged to stay positive
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to the Big Island
 •  Internet co-founder to speak in '09
 •  Coming events

 •  Hawaii's working poor need targeted tax relief
 •  Money balance of power shifted in '08
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Sounds of Spain soar by brass quintet
 •  TGI Monday