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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 4, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Hannemann keeps his job, beats Kobayashi
 •  Hawaii votes 73% for Obama, 25% for McCain
 •  No major foul-ups at Hawaii polling places
 •  House District 6: Democrat holds slim lead for open Big Isle seat
 •  Kenoi wins race for Big Island mayor
 •  Carvalho wins Kauai mayoral race
 •  Rail vote wins 51% to 46%
 •  'Maverick' Nishiki beats opponent for South Maui seat
 •  Incumbent Bertram defeats Republican for Maui House seat
 •  Democrat Baker holds on to Maui Senate seat
 •  'ConCon' voted down by 2-1
 •  House District 40: Incumbent Har takes big early lead
 •  House District 46: Incumbent Magaoay takes strong lead
 •  Carol Mon Lee has narrow lead in BOE race
 •  OHA's Apoliona holding off challenge from Kippen
 •  House District 47: Challenger Wooley takes early lead
 •  House District 51: Novice Lee leads experienced rival
 •  Hannemann, Kobayashi draw large support
 •  Obama's sister thanks people of Hawaii
 •  Plenty of 'chicken skin' as Obama supporters party in Hawaii
 •  Oahu rail question elicits strong responses
 •  Constitutional Convention draws mixed reactions
 •  City charter questions drawing favorable support
 •  Hawaii voters say who they picked for president and why
 •  Obama's grandmother remembered in acceptance, concession speeches
 •  Man critically injured at 'Ice Pond' in Kalihi Valley
 •  Ala Moana sets up Christmas display
 •  Suspect arrested in fatal Kalihi stabbing
 •  Magnitude-6.3 quake strikes off Vanuatu
 •  Obama seizes command of race for the White House
 •  Medical condition suspected in fatal Big Island crash
 •  $50.3M Kalihi-to-Nuuanu sewer project advances
 •  Kailua school taking orders for Christmas trees
 •  Volunteers needed for Waimanalo stream cleanup
 •  Endangered plant giveaway planned in çEwa Beach
 •  BOE sets Nov. 13 town hall meeting in Mililani
 •  Central Union school reopens today
 •  Pedestrian accident reported at School, Queen Emma
 •  Surf: Small today, bigger waves due Thursday
 •  Weather: Sunny today, mostly clear tonight
 •  Kauai coastal path wins disability access award
 •  Airman missing from WWll identified
 •  4 sharks sighted at Waimea Bay; warning posted
 •  Bush spends quiet election day celebrating First Lady's birthday
 •  Blacks, youth among those new to polls this year
 •  Democrats head for bigger House majority
 •  NFL: Raiders mulling releasing DeAngelo Hall and Javon Walker
 •  WAC football postseason taking shape
 •  MLB: A.J. Burnett tells Blue Jays he’ll opt out of deal
 •  CFB: Cavaliers Do Civic Duty
 •  MLB: Bud Selig warns general managers about economy
 •  MLB: Cardinals pitcher undergoes nerve surgery
 •  MLB: Yankees cut ties with Giambi, Pavano after declining options
 •  NFL: Bengals get exemption for Blackstock
 •  CFB: A fortunate player loses his career but not his legs
 •  NFL: Rams place 2 on IR, add running back depth
 •  MLB: Dodgers decline option on C Gary Bennett
 •  Bills DE Schobel’s foot injury not improving
 •  CFB: Wulff seeking answers in business books
 •  MLB: Pirates hold line on season-ticket prices for 2009
 •  NFL: Culpepper officially inks Lions pact
 •  MLB: Canseco sentenced in misdemeanor drug smuggling
 •  CFB: Cutcliffe: ’I’m at Duke, staying at Duke’
 •  CFB: Penn St. QB Clark expected to play vs Iowa
 •  CFB: Florida’s Rickerson arrested, kicked off team
 •  MLB: Nationals outright 1B Dmitri Young to Triple-A
 •  Tennis: Nadal has knee tendinitis, doubtful for Davis Cup
 •  Golf: Minor changes to Augusta National for the Masters
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger has MRI, status uncertain
 •  NFL: Browns coach says he made switch to Quinn
 •  Tennis: Zvonareva beats Kuznetsova in WTA Championships
 •  Boxing: Wladimir Klitschko to fight Hasim Rahman
 •  Golf: Mickelson weighs joining European Tour
 •  Cycling: Two-time world champion hospitalized after fall in Milan
 •  NBA: Thunder signs former Trail Blazers' center
 •  NFL: Cowboys’ coach Phillips is a nice guy, but he just doesn’t get it
 •  MLB: Epstein and Red Sox agree to new contract
 •  CBKB: Senior citizen college player scores 2 points
 •  NFL: Painful to hear, but Redskins just weren’t good enough
 •  MLB: Budget-conscious baseball GMs meet at posh resort
 •  CBKB: No. 4 UCLA beats Cal Baptist 86-58 in exhibition
 •  Auto racing: Hamilton's father decries taunts, racist abuse
 •  Shooting: Five-time Olympian suspended over doping test
 •  Tennis: For Venus, it's tennis only in Middle East
 •  CBKB: It's unanimous, Paris is a preseason All-American
 •  Cycling: Bettini released from hospital after cycling crash
 •  NFL: Cardinals in control of miserable NFC West
 •  NBA today
 •  NHL today
 •  On this date in sports history
 •  CBKB: Men's oulook for 2008-09
 •  $30K grant will help train Hawaii construction workers
 •  HPU to host Global Entrepreneurship Week
 •  Pacific Guardian Center earns EPA award
 •  HTA board approves $291K package for former CEO Johnson
 •  Hearing begins on union complaints against Pacific Beach Hotel
 •  Hawaiian Electric reports higher profits
 •  Hawaii SBA office handles record $58M in loans
 •  Honpa Hongwanji plans huge founder's 750 anniversary celebration for 2009
 •  Emmy-winning singer to appear at Windward church
 •  Obama, U.S. — ‘Yes, we can’
 •  Time to get rolling on rail transit project

Local News
 •  Kailua on alert for coqui frogs
 •  City OK'd for next phase of rail system
 •  Election officials ready for 100% turnout Photo gallery
 •  History awaits a verdict from voters Photo gallery
 •  Barack Obama’s grandma, 86, dies of cancer before election Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaiian Telcom postpones a $26 million interest payment
 •  Mayoral rivals take to the road Video
 •  Oahu home, condo prices mostly flat in October
 •  What's open and closed: Election Day
 •  Obama's grandmother was 'true pioneer' in Isle banking
 •  Election 2008: The Races
 •  Former Gulick tenants try to move on Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  To take a real stand, vote today

 •  2 Warriors hoping to play
 •  HWB staff finds time for fun in sun
 •  Bad break fails to sideline Jenkins' quest for 3-peat
 •  2 Warriors hoping to play
 •  Bad break fails to sideline Jenkins' quest for 3-peat
 •  State football just about booked up
 •  Week in review
 •  Games on TV
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  This week's events
 •  Leftwich leads Steelers to victory
 •  Tennessee coach will step down
 •  Quinn to take over as QB for Browns
 •  Detroit deals for Iverson
 •  Williams provides spark as Cavs top Mavs, 100-81
 •  HPU men have shot at soccer title
 •  Hawaii's Deptula honored
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  A bit of sadness in Aggie-land

Island Life
 •  Filming untold stories Video
 •  Allow kids to dream big
 •  Knitting can be relaxing, even for craft klutz
 •  Miss Chinatown Hawaii crowned
 •  See 'Musical' live
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Isle dancer keeping busy after 'Crew'

 •  Bankruptcy filings up 62.8% from a year ago
 •  Circuit City no longer plans 2 new Isle stores
 •  Restructuring firm takes over Big Island's Hokuli'a
 •  Economic uncertainty sends auto sales down nearly 32%
 •  Cargo carrier's debt score downgraded
 •  Home sales and median sale prices In Oahu Neighborhoods for March 2008
 •  Letarte swimwear opens Maui shop
 •  Manufacturing at 26-year low
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Voting helps us to feel vested in government
 •  Hawaii's regulators keeping their eye on economic crisis
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday