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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 10, 2008

Breaking News
 •  2 women arrested after wild street fight in Waikiki
 •  Hawaii Kai man, 43, charged with sex assault of teen
 •  'Nesquik Strawberry Powder' recalled in Hawaii
 •  Ruptured water main in Pearl City repaired
 •  Waipio fire damages Navy mini-sub
 •  Pahoa man charged after beating victim dies
 •  Man critically injured in Kahuku tractor accident
 •  Two boys, 17, suspected of July robbery in Kalihi
 •  Maui, Taiwan city partner celebrate 25th anniversary
 •  Hawaii residents urged to check unclaimed property list
 •  Say re-elected as state House speaker
 •  Thousands waited hours in Downtown to get hands on new Hawaii quarter
 •  Tomb of the Unknowns remains potent symbol of sacrifice and patriotism
 •  Harjo, Cazimero win $50,000 USA Fellowship grants
 •  Maui officials concerned about lack of rain
 •  Brushfire comes within 100 yards of Maui homes
 •  Student leaders learn about driving safety
 •  Surf: Big northwest swell due in on Wednesday
 •  Weather: Isolated, scattered showers likely today
 •  Coast Guard teams up to remove tons of debris from Kure Atoll
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball team sweeps Fresno State
 •  NFL: Warner rallies Cardinals past 49ers
 •  World Series of Poker: Relative unknowns play for Texas Hold íem title
 •  Rainbow Wahine move up to No. 6 in AVCA Top 25 Poll
 •  MLB: Phillies to host Braves in 2009 MLB season opener
 •  World Series of Poker at a glance
 •  NFL: Jets add cornerback Ty Law
 •  NFL: Raidersí offensive coordinator stripped of play-calling duties
 •  NBA: Pierceís huge fourth quarter lifts Celtics
 •  MLB: Padres withdraw offer to Trevor Hoffman
 •  NFL: Jury orders union to pay $28.1M to retirees
 •  NFL: Bucsí Cadillac Williams ready to roll
 •  NFL: Arm injury to LB Adalius Thomas more bad news
 •  NFL: Woman sues Chiefs RB Larry Johnson over bar spat
 •  NFL: Rams changes wonít be made at quarterback
 •  NFL: Hasselbeck to start Sunday
 •  NFL: Saints CB McKenzie out for year
 •  NFL: Steelers starting to worry about Big Benís slump
 •  NBA: Buss says heíll ante up to keep Lakers in chips
 •  NBA: Pistonsí Stuckey tested after exiting Boston game
 •  MLB: Tentative deal to send Holliday to Aís
 •  NBA: Nuggets waive McDyess after Billups-Iverson trade
 •  NFL: Bengals QB Palmer out for another week
 •  2 dead in argument after Alabama-LSU game
 •  MLB: Longoria is AL Rookie of Year, Soto wins NL award
 •  CFB: Survivors of SEC, Big 12 on course
 •  NBA: Unbeaten Lakers still waiting for a challenge
 •  MLB: Nationals get Olsen, Willingham from Marlins
 •  Portland beats Orlando 106-99 for first road win
 •  MLB: Eyre re-signs with Phillies
 •  Tennis: Nadal pulls out of Davis Cup final because of injury
 •  Tennis: Federer loses to start Masters Cup defense
 •  Sumo: Hakuho evens record at Kyushu tournament
 •  CFB: A team that canít win for winning, USC is on outside looking in
 •  NFL co-sponsors workshop to help Small businesses
 •  WestJet earnings fall on higher fuel costs, slowing demand
 •  Horizon Lines to cut non-union jobs by 10%
 •  Community Handel's sing-along slated for Nov. 23
 •  It's now the Kelly-Clifton show on Krater 96
 •  Las Vegas Tenors show canceled
 •  'Ports of Call' is Symphony Ball theme
 •  Law change needed to avoid last-minute candidacy

Local News
 •  Marijuana fight still priority
 •  Kids learn culture via kimono rite
 •  Replacement work begins on docks at Ala Wai
 •  Geography played key role in Hawaii rail vote
 •  More in Hawaii tethered to costly, painful dialysis treatments
 •  Hawaii's 2009 Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C. sold out
 •  West-side bowlers may get reprieve
 •  Veterans Day events
 •  Obama reviewing Bush policies
 •  Maui awaiting residency ruling
 •  Pahoa man killed in Puna collision
 •  Maui awaiting residency ruling
 •  Corporate giving, grants topic of free workshops
 •  County pools closed for lifeguard training
 •  Military get free park admission tomorrow
 •  Lane closings planned on Fort Weaver Road
 •  Get in the holiday spirit at aquarium craft event
 •  Pothole repairs cause single-lane closures
 •  Mehe'ula Parkway lanes to close nights for work
 •  Kamehameha Hwy. sees lane closures in 2 areas
 •  Strauss lineup a symphony hit
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Warriors hit recruiting trail
 •  Tie prevents CaneFires from clinching
 •  Titans remain perfect Photo gallery
 •  Flemings back on court with Rainbow Warriors
 •  Warriors hit recruiting trail
 •  Toyama captures Amatour's finale
 •  Garcia wins; now No. 2 in rankings
 •  Love ends two years of frustration
 •  'Bama, Texas Tech atop BCS
 •  Giants dump Eagles to rule NFC East Photo gallery
 •  Colts' rally tops Steelers Photo gallery
 •  Cardinals seek respect vs. Niners
 •  NFL Summaries
 •  Celtics spoil Iverson's debut in Detroit, 88-76
 •  Rainbow Wahine sailors second
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  He's right in laying down law

Island Life
 •  Perfect electric car still a dream
 •  Know where your 'e-waste' will end up
 •  Obama win to feed 'Chocolate News'
 •  Leeward college's annual Family Fun Fair goes green
 •  Leeward college's annual Family Fun Fair goes green
 •  Environmental calendar
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Tourism Authority eyes trims, not cuts
 •  Obama, Japan, elated to share name with next U.S. president
 •  Banks ready to lend, but borrowers still wary
 •  Hilo Hattie's survival lies in Waikiki store
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Kauai
 •  Pleasant Holidays offers package deals
 •  ING Direct opens cafe in Waikiki
 •  Fuel surcharges end, but air tickets still cost the same
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Drug courts: Smart, cost-effective judicial alternative
 •  Genetic engineering ban must not pass
 •  Long on problems, critically short on time
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Obama win to feed 'Chocolate News'
 •  TGI Monday