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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 12, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Airport rail route gets early approval
 •  3 teen suspects in Honolulu robbery spree arrested
 •  HFD recognizing promoted firefighters Friday
 •  Arson caused $1 million damge to Central Union preschool
 •  Gunman in Pearl City robbery arrested
 •  UH sailor's death off Waikiki ruled accident
 •  Man, 18, charged in '07 Kalihi assaults
 •  Thieves steal equipment from north Hilo ranch
 •  Woman accused of planning Aliamanu break-in
 •  Friday Punchbowl tribute set for Obama’s grandmother
 •  Fire damages portable classroom on Kauai
 •  Fire destroys vacant Big Island home
 •  State ID cards to be issued at Kapolei High
 •  Court rules for Navy in dispute over sonar, whales off California coast
 •  Big Island crash kills 12-year-old boy
 •  Minor quake rattles portions of the Big Island
 •  Traffic signal replacement planned for today
 •  Lane closures continuing on Kal Highway today
 •  Tree trimming continues along H-3 Freeway
 •  Lane closures planned on H-1 Freeway
 •  Hospice events planned through November
 •  Broken fire hydrant reported on Kalaeloa Blvd.
 •  Brushfire reported behind Waipahu High School
 •  20-foot surf expected by tomorrow
 •  Weather: Vog, isolated showers likely today
 •  ‘Iolani School dedicates Sun Yat-Sen statue
 •  UH video: Warrior captains talk about tomorrow's Scout Bowl
 •  MLB: World Series champ Victorino to make first Hawaii public appearance next week
 •  MLB: Angels will allow K-Rod to walk
 •  MLB: Maddon, Piniella win Manager of Year awards
 •  NFL: Cable takes over play-calling duties for Raiders
 •  NFL: Lions to start Culpepper against Panthers
 •  MLB: Rays’ Upton has surgery on left shoulder
 •  NFL: Chargers sign RB Michael Bennett
 •  CFB: Beavers 3 wins away from Roses
 •  NFL: LB Peterson believes Jaguars moving on without him
 •  Swimming: Marshall sets another short course record
 •  CBKB: UNC's Hansbrough ’extremely doubtful’ for opener
 •  MLB: Deal done: A’s acquire Holliday from Colorado
 •  MLB: Yankees and Marte agree to $12M, 3-year deal
 •  MLB: NL Cy Young winner Lincecum transforms public face of the Giants
 •  Golf: Stolen driver leads Poulter to withdraw from Singapore Open
 •  NFL: Bucs activate Cadillac Williams from PUP list
 •  NBA: Oden returns to Blazers’ lineup
 •  NFL: Redskins evaluate injuries
 •  CFB: Cougars count on point-a-minute defense
 •  MLB: Red Sox hold line on ticket prices
 •  NFL: Buccaneers’ Carnell Williams ready to play after 13 months of rehabilitation
 •  NBA: Rose misses practice to rest back
 •  MLB: Cubs retain all coaches
 •  NFL: 49ers’ confusion on field starts on sideline
 •  Tennis: Murray clinches spot in Masters Cup semifinals
 •  Cycling: Ullrich wins wages case, denies doping in court
 •  Hockey: Heart defects found in 5 Russian players
 •  Sumo: Grand champion Hakuho survives Day 4 scare
 •  NFL: Practice? Packer QB Aaron Rodgers needs it
 •  MLB: Yankees ready to shop during free agency
 •  CFB: UCLA’s Ben Olson returns to practice but is pretty rusty
 •  Tennis: Roddick withdraws from season-ending Masters Cup
 •  CFB: With Washington State coach, Erickson faces ex-player for first time
 •  NFL: Union gets comeuppance for treatment of retirees
 •  NFL: Latest line is officials made right call in Giants-Eagles game
 •  UFC: Champ’s wife restrains business associate
 •  NFL: Chiefs missing many starters, Johnson to return
 •  Kaneohe Walgreens set to open Friday
 •  Hawaii Tourism Authority seeking firm to help with CEO search
 •  Matson again lowers fuel surcharge
 •  Hawaiian to have two new Airbus planes in service by 2010
 •  Electricity-producing buoy anchored off Kaneohe
 •  Hawaii stocks fall in line with broader market
 •  Kaballah workshop scheduled for Dec. 7 in Waikiki
 •  Gloria Estefan returning to Hawaii for Jan. 17 show
 •  Kaçena Point camping can be kept in bounds
 •  A healthy respect for child obesity findings

Local News
 •  Biodiesel firm seeks thousands of acres
 •  Carvalho keeping tabs on promises
 •  Applications to be in the inaugural parade due Friday
 •  Ala Moana Center owner may default on debt, file bankruptcy Video
 •  Obama's sister 'wept tears of joy' over his win, says Hawaii e-mail
 •  Hawaii grad seen as possible replacement for Obama in Senate
 •  Isle developer Claire Wright, 86
 •  Obama to tap D.C. lobbyists
 •  Nunn, Christopher to lead Defense, State transitions
 •  Thanking veterans for past, current sacrifices Photo gallery Video
 •  Big Island may ban modified crops
 •  Schools can apply for Project Graduation grant
 •  On protecting the future of beaches in Hawaii
 •  YWCA clothing sale aids disadvantaged women
 •  Rail route tour will focus on archaeological impact
 •  Mini-expo, city hall lights for Diabetes Day
 •  Medicare presentation free at library tomorrow
 •  Makahiki will showcase traditional arts, games
 •  Joy Harjo, Robert Cazimero awarded $50,000 fellowships
 •  Kalakaua's opulent belongings on display
 •  Walk for homeless launches at Capitol
 •  Community calendar
 •  Boy, 12, killed in Big Island crash
 •  Obituaries
 •  Common good gets short shrift

 •  UH men's basketball gets boost
 •  Senior-less squad projected to finish with winning record
 •  Hawaii spices up Northwest volleyball
 •  UH sailor dies of injuries Video
 •  Kayakers hone skills at Olympic Center
 •  This week's events
 •  Football standings and statistics
 •  Crown jewel of sport starts today
 •  Lack of communication hurt in 49ers' late loss
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  No. 14 Ball State remains unbeaten
 •  Yorita's wakeup call was no joke
 •  Lakers rally past Mavs, stay undefeated
 •  Hawks soar to 6-0 start
 •  Giants' Lincecum winds up a winner
 •  Eastgate goes straight to top
 •  Hawaii's Ching training with U.S.
 •  CaneFires clinch West baseball title
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  HPU's 'Rabbit' a well-wrought drama
 •  Lots to take in over four days on PBS
 •  Picture-perfect food Video
 •  Chef Jose Andres brings us tastes of Spain
 •  Hail to lightened Caesar dressing
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Lighter dinner rolls offer fiber boost, too
 •  Red cabbage is a true taste of Germany
 •  Indulge for a good cause
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Top off cupcakes with this frosting

 •  HawTel's rating drops
 •  Southwest to go international
 •  Analysts weigh in on future of General Motors
 •  Latest aid plan for homeowners faulted
 •  Leaders off to promote Isles
 •  Hawaiian Air flies more passengers
 •  Homebuilder Toll's sales dive; seeks assistance

 •  HTA marketing plan makes economic sense
 •  No blank check for struggling automakers
 •  How will Obama deal with military brass?
 •  Sitting on top of the world
 •  BOE wrong to punt the tough decisions
 •  Common good gets short shrift
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Wednesday