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Articles for November 7, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Inouye takes over powerful Senate committee
 •  Motorcyclist arrested for allegedly ramming police officer in Pearl City
 •  Women lose belongings, car in robbery
 •  Hawaii quarter poised for official launch
 •  Big Island police chief disputes marijuana initiative is law
 •  Hawaii scientists seek way to ID IEDs
 •  Man pulled from Nuuanu Stream in critical condition
 •  5-year-old struck by car near Kahuku Sugar Mill
 •  Shark signs still posted at Waimea Bay
 •  Fire damages Aiea townhome
 •  Big Island man sought in assault
 •  Hawaii Marines celebrate 223rd birthday
 •  'Lost' moves to Wednesday slot starting Jan. 21
 •  Hawaii Medicare members warned about fraudulent calls
 •  Hawaiian No. 1 for baggage handling, on-time arrival rate in September
 •  Love triangle fight ends with 2 sent to hospital
 •  Coast Guard crew airlifts ill Molokai man
 •  Obama promises action on economy
 •  Stocks rise but give up ground after Obama speaks
 •  Jobless rate bolts to 14-year high of 6.5 percent
 •  Obamaís change begins with transition Web site
 •  AP Exclusive: Bush study favors bigger Afghan army
 •  Head of Cancer Research Center steps down
 •  Obama calling on economic experts for their advice
 •  50 years-plus for Calif. man who shot AA sponsor
 •  Free shred-it service on Saturday
 •  Lingle, Aiona make separate Asia trips next week
 •  Lingle releases $195K for library improvements
 •  Breezy trade winds return to islands
 •  Northwest swells still hitting northern shores
 •  UN official hopes for U.S. role in climate change
 •  Afghan report: 37 civilians killed in U.S. strike
 •  Extremist leader in Iraq sends message to U.S.
 •  Stock futures give up gains after Oct. job losses
 •  U.S. missile strike in Pakistan kills 8
 •  Inouye dedicates new plane for civil air patrol
 •  Teen charged in Nimitz Highway June shooting
 •  Field goal in second OT lifts Kahuku to OIA Red Division title, 22-19
 •  Tonight's high school football scores
 •  Campbell tops Radford for OIA White Division football title
 •  All-ILH finals in state girls volleyball tournaments
 •  Rainbow Warriors roll past Chaminade in basketball exhibition
 •  Iolani defeats Punahou in ILH water polo tournament title game
 •  CFB: Taua, Kaepernick lead Nevada past Fresno State
 •  CFB: UH foe Cincinnati still having QB health issues
 •  NFL: Raider castoff DeAngelo Hall joins Redskins
 •  NBA: Michael Jordan would like to be Bobcats' majority owner ó some day
 •  Column: Obama also brings hoops to the White House
 •  Golf: Verplank sustains lead at Children's Miracle Network Classic
 •  MLB: Free agents
 •  MLB: Padres exercise $9 million option on Brian Giles
 •  NFL: 49ers' Hill looking to turn team around
 •  Former USOC official pleads guilty to child porn
 •  Auto racing: Harvick wins as Truck Series title race tightens
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger practices, Parker likely out
 •  Auto racing: Jimmie Johnson wins pole to strengthen championship bid
 •  NBA: Spurs' Parker leaves game with ankle injury
 •  NFL: Vikings' Jared Allen fined $50K for low hits
 •  Gymnastics: Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson unlikely to compete in 2009
 •  Baseball: Gary Carter, Hall-of-Fame Catcher, to manage Long Island Ducks
 •  NFL: Ravensí McAlister to have season-ending surgery
 •  NFL: Jackson out, Darby in for Rams
 •  NBA: Warriors fire assistant GM, promote Larry Riley
 •  NFL: Tuck fined for hit; Henderson, Whitworth fined for hitting each other
 •  CFB: Ryan Leaf resigns as QB coach at West Texas A&M
 •  Tennis: SWilliams, Ivanovic drop out of WTA Championships
 •  Swimming: Phelps, coach to operate Olympianís home pool
 •  Boxing: Austin stops Golota after 1 round in China
 •  NFL: LB Peterson returns to practice for Jaguars
 •  CFB: Texas now needs to win and watch
 •  NFL: Lions QB Orlovsky may need surgery on right thumb
 •  Track and field: IAAF: Rogge shows 'lack of respect' for athletics
 •  CFB: Damage to Weisí knee more extensive than expected
 •  CFB: Linebackers from Cal and USC play starring roles
 •  NFL: Staubach, who played with broken pinkie in 1976, says rest is right decision
 •  CFB: Stanfordís quest for bowl game starts at Oregon
 •  NBA: No place like home for Denver native Billups
 •  MLB: Signing pitchers in free agency is risky business
 •  NFL: Defying age, Bruce leads 49ers' receivers
 •  NFL: Patriots just one of gang in wide-open AFC East
 •  NFL: Rookie wage scale talk may affect 2009 NFL draft
 •  NBA today
 •  NHL today
 •  Golf: Rain wipes out second day of HSBC Champions
 •  Golf: Hattori, Saiki lead LPGA's Mizuno Classic
 •  Maui Land & Pine CEO to step down
 •  NCL replacing chief executive officer
 •  Suntech Hawaii installs photovoltaic system at Otani Produce
 •  Hoana Medical gets support for LifeBed system
 •  Consolidated Entertainment owner posts net loss
 •  Hawaii average gas price falls to $3.26
 •  State extends discount on securities, franchise filing fees
 •  ML Macadamia Orchards posts $886K profit
 •  Women's barbershop harmony group wraps up convention
 •  Waterford Crystal designer to sign his creations
 •  Obama tribute tomorrow in a hip-hop mode
 •  'Naupaka,' 'Sublime Beauty' book-signings set
 •  Crises facing Legislature require bipartisanship

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Local News
 •  Reroute dismays Salt Lake Video
 •  Felony charges mount for man, 18
 •  Hannemann won in 88% of precincts on Oahu
 •  Hawaii school budget cuts could include fewer teacher days
 •  D.C. group's Hawaii-themed inauguration ball selling out fast Photo gallery
 •  Sunset on Beach, hula show may lose out to tourism ad funding
 •  Islands unlikely as 2nd home for Obama
 •  Superferry barge repairs to cost state $414,284
 •  Kapi'olani homeless find ways around camping ban
ELECTION
 •  Economy 1st on Obama's to-do list
 •  Obama names insider as chief of staff
 •  Chicago sees Obama as a draw for tourists
 •  Democrats add to majority in Senate
BIG ISLAND
 •  Tractor-trailer driver, 75, died of heart attack
MAUI
 •  Two separate vehicle accidents kill three
KAUA'I
 •  Council rejects burial plan for iwi on North Kauai houselot
 •  Free workshops Nov. 19 for nonprofit agencies
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Man accused of murder in Kalihi stabbing death
 •  Youngsters invited to celebrate Shichigosan
 •  Young Leeward artists' work at Kapolei Hale
 •  Papahanaumokuakea workshop on Midway
 •  Libraries' improvement work starts in February
 •  Hospice Hawaii benefit Nov. 15 at country club
OTHER NEWS
 •  In step for London parade
 •  City checks in on Waipahu centers
 •  Sharks sighted at Waimea Bay and Waikiki
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Kama'aina president? Yes, we can

Sports
 •  Warriors make offer to Texas prep safety Video
 •  Mission turned boy into a man
 •  UH volleyball sweeps in Boise
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Warriors make offer to Texas prep safety Video
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kamehameha-Maui gains DI semis Photo gallery
 •  Games on TV
 •  Rematches add intrigue to OIA playoffs
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Prep notices
 •  No. 1 seed HBA, Kailua advance to DII semis
 •  Moloka'i, Word of Life reach DII semifinals
 •  Kahuku, Punahou advance in DI play
SURFING
 •  Sullivan carves up Sunset
FOOTBALL
 •  Late touchdown lifts No. 10 Utah over No. 11 TCU, 13-10
 •  Ex-Warriors earn big-time salaries
 •  Broncos rally past Browns
RECREATION
 •  Putting a new spin on a tradition-rich sport Photo gallery
 •  Kailua Women's Night Doubles starts next week
 •  'Eddie' invitations extended to 28
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Defending champ UH loses in WAC soccer first round
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Building blocks to success

Island Life
 •  More the marriers
 •  Putting together art, luxury garb
 •  'The Soup' is the zenith of bad TV
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Q-Tip's 'Renaissance' a redemption of sorts
MOVIES
 •  AFI Project showcases 5 expressive, touching films
 •  'Soul Men' proves Bernie Mac's greatness
 •  'Happened' an insider's look at Tinseltown
 •  A little raunchy comedy in the Judd Apatow style
 •  Screening room
 •  'Happy-Go-Lucky' a shining star of a movie
 •  Family fare
TELEVISION
 •  Go behind Korean TV, film scenes
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen'
THEATER
 •  Feel the vibrancy of 'Saltimbanco' Photo gallery
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Cool facts about trees on Arbor Day
 •  Home and garden calendar
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Get listed in holiday lights guide
 •  Send us your heartwarming holiday stories
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Happening
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Natalie Ai Kamauu charms, surprises Audio

Business
 •  Isle economic outlook lowered by economist
 •  New 2-story retail complex planned for Kalakaua Ave.
 •  Lingle, Aiona travel next week to lure visitors throughout Asia
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Pacific Office cites positive cash flow
 •  Detroit automakers make case for share of Wall Street bailout
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Markets in Asia show resilience; Toyota off 9.2%
 •  Malik new chief of Aloha Air Cargo
 •  Trade Winds

Opinion
 •  Council must realign rail to include airport link
COMMENTARY
 •  Hawaii incarceration rate proves costly
 •  McCain ran the race with impossible odds
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Give annual GiRL FeST a whirl
 •  'Frost/Nixon' a timely political production
 •  'Madagascar' another silly ride
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  AFI Project showcases 5 expressive, touching films
 •  'Soul Men' proves Bernie Mac's greatness
 •  'Happened' an insider's look at Tinseltown
 •  A little raunchy comedy in the Judd Apatow style
 •  Screening room
 •  'Happy-Go-Lucky' a shining star of a movie
 •  Family fare
TELEVISION
 •  Go behind Korean TV, film scenes
MUSIC
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Q-Tip's 'Renaissance' a redemption of sorts
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Natalie Ai Kamauu charms, surprises Audio
DINING
 •  So many Korean dishes to try, so little time
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen'
THEATER
 •  Feel the vibrancy of 'Saltimbanco' Photo gallery
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands