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Articles for November 11, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Boy, 12, killed; 2 injured in Big Island crash
 •  Varroa mites found at 2 Hilo collection sites
 •  Accused Manoa sex assault suspect free on bail
 •  Artifacts from Hawaiian monarchy on display
 •  Want to be in the inaugural parade? Act fast
 •  Veterans Day events attended by hundreds
 •  State will close Diamond Head Crater Nov. 17-20
 •  No one injured when car crashes into utility pole
 •  Maui seminar to focus on beach preservation
 •  Maui Lu redevelopment plans uncertain for now
 •  Around-island ĎWalk the Talkí trek begins tomorrow
 •  Healthy holiday expo, walk around city hall mark Friday's World Diabetes Day
 •  Kohala Church to present diabetes film
 •  Hearing set on greenhouse gas emissions
 •  Federal lawsuit filed over Maui biofuels project
 •  Lingle, Aiona issue Veterans Day proclamation
 •  Fort Ruger Park renamed to honor fallen warriors
 •  Superferry offering 2-for-1 fares to military members
 •  Weather: Trades to die off starting tomorrow
 •  Surf: Down today, big waves expected tomorrow
 •  Two boys, 17, suspected of July robbery in Kalihi
 •  MLB: Giants ace Tim Lincecum wins NL Cy Young Award
 •  University of Hawaii sailor injured in recreational boating accident dies
 •  World Series of Poker crowns a champion
 •  CFB: No. 14 Ball St. improves to 10-0 with 31-16 win
 •  Golf: Callaway wins court order over golf ball patent
 •  NBA: Kobe, Lakers beat Mavs, improve to 6-0
 •  NBA: LeBron James scores 41 as Cavaliers beat Bucks
 •  NFL: Tatum Bell signed for second stint on Broncos
 •  NFL: 49ersí Martz blames ref's spot of ball for teamís confusion at of Monday's game
 •  CFB: Riley to start at QB for Cal against Oregon State
 •  Warriors hire Larry Harris to be assistant coach
 •  NBA: Mavs to be without Josh Howard vs. Lakers
 •  NBA: Hinrich has thumb surgery
 •  MLB: Twins reliever Pat Neshek expected to miss season
 •  CFB : Number of black head football coaches donít match the game
 •  CFB: Tailback Broderick Green to transfer from USC
 •  NFL: Packers LB Barnett out for season with knee injury
 •  NFL: Prolific passing of Brees isnít helping Saintsí record
 •  NFL: Seahawks release wide receiver Keary Colbert
 •  MLB: Baseball veteran Salomon Torres retires after 28-save season
 •  Soccer: Haleiwa's Ching named to 19-man national team training roster
 •  NFL: Falcons release return specialist Jennings
 •  MLB: Playersí union files grievance against Marlins
 •  McAlister, Landry on injured reserve
 •  MLB: Marlins pitcher Henry Owens suspended 50 games
 •  CFB: Nebraskaís Glenn suspended for breaking team rules
 •  NFL: Steelersí Parker expected to play Sunday
 •  Soccer: Landon Donovan named top U.S. player
 •  CFB: Deckerís ankle will keep him out vs. Badgers
 •  MLB: Agent: Hoffman era likely over in San Diego
 •  Football: Ex-minor leaguer bites officer in jail
 •  NFL: Tom Brady back at work in Patriots training room
 •  NFL: Bears terminate safety Terrence Holtís contract
 •  MLB: Ortiz says wrist is better, ready to swing
 •  MLB: Cisco equips Yankee Stadium for HD content, wireless
 •  CFB: Weis to call plays for Notre Dame against Navy
 •  NFL: Ty Law practices with Jets, Justin Miller released
 •  MLB: Batter up! Piazza to write memoir
 •  MLB: Mariners to interview 7 in managerial search
 •  MLB: Nationals get Olsen, Willingham from Marlins
 •  NFL: League rescinds fine against Randy Moss
 •  Tennis: Del Potro outlasts Tsonga at Masters Cup
 •  Sumo: Hakuho improves to 2-1 in Kyushu tournament
 •  NFL: Niners show signs of new life in defeat
 •  MLB: Indians pitcher, broadcaster Herb Score dies
 •  CBKB: Aggies should be deep but young
 •  CFB: After 50 years, 2-point conversion still ensures drama
 •  Ala Moana Center owner warns of trouble, may file for bankruptcy
 •  Disney sets Ko Olina ground-breaking for Nov. 19
 •  Lingle, Aiona release itineraries for Asia trips
 •  Hawaii IPTV offers 10% discount to military personnel
 •  Hawaiian Air boosts passenger count 6.5% in October
 •  Southwest mulls service to Hawaii
 •  Second rating agency downgrades Hawaiian Telcom' s debt
 •  NightMarket@AlohaTower highlights fashion, food and entertainment
 •  HTA marketing plan makes economic sense
 •  No blank check for struggling automakers

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Local News
 •  Salt Lake split over rail line
 •  Teens push teens to drive responsibly
 •  Camping may be allowed at Ka'ena
 •  Retirement fund loses almost $1 billion
 •  Tomb of Unknowns monument to nationís war dead shows its age Video
 •  Pearl Presidential Inaugural Gala could be option for D.C.-bound Video
 •  Day, time of Dunham death clarified
 •  World Diabetes Day is Friday
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Obamas shown around White House Photo gallery
LEGISLATURE
 •  Say retains state House speaker job
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Science lowers odds of unidentified war dead
POLICE
 •  Two women arrested in Waikiki brawl
HEALTH
 •  State issues alert on Nestle's recall of powdered drink mix
BIG ISLAND
 •  Man arrested, charged after beating victim dies
MAUI
 •  Imua Family Services gala honors pediatrician
 •  Downhill bicycle tours focus of public meetings
KAUA'I
 •  Public invited to discuss Lihu'e's future growth
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Navy investigating fire aboard mini-submarine
 •  Man critically injured after tractor accident
 •  H-1 westbound to have overnight lane closures
OTHER NEWS
 •  Author tells how Kailua came to be
 •  What's open and closed: Veterans Day
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Efforts to recognize WWI soldiers pay off

Sports
 •  Speedy JC cornerback says he'll play for UH Video
 •  UH guard will face Bay Area buddies
 •  Rainbows spike Fresno State in 3
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Speedy JC cornerback says he'll play for UH Video
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  HBA's Palmer shouldered load in DII volleyball final
 •  Week in review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  This week's events
 •  State football tournaments
 •  Bowling
FOOTBALL
 •  Cardinals stonewall Niners, 29-24
 •  Jury orders NFL union to pay retirees $28.1M
BASKETBALL
 •  Blazers top Magic for first road victory
BASEBALL
 •  A's will get Rockies' Holliday
 •  Honu pitcher has had a little dose of reality
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Oddity doesn't slow HPU cross country
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Greed leads to big stink

Island Life
 •  How to ease your child's shyness
 •  Guide gives parents a hand in helping kids eat better
MIKE GORDON
 •  Learning how to be just a dad
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Send us your holiday stories
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  All-in-one Internet resource for moms
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Jason Scott Lee lends talents to opera

Business
 •  Booking next hotel stay should be easy
 •  State senators protest tourism agency's cuts
 •  Struggling Circuit City files for bankruptcy protection
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  DHL will halt domestic service, slash 9,500 jobs
 •  Challenges don't deter Catholic Charities Audio
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Yogurt store marks debut with gift
 •  American Express gets Fed OK to be bank holding firm

Opinion
 •  Law change needed to avoid last-minute candidacy
COMMENTARY
 •  Legacy of Bush term one of failed policies
 •  Forget fringe; Obama taking the center road
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Tuesday