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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 17, 2008

Breaking News
 •  go! announces $49 holiday fares
 •  Kauai certifies 14 rescue craft operators
 •  Two Oahu men charged with separate sex assaults
 •  Whitmore Village stabbing suspect charged
 •  No arrests in Pearlridge Center stabbing
 •  Kapolei man suspected of threatening employer
 •  Utility work to slow H-1 traffic
 •  Kalihi convenience store robbery suspect sought
 •  4 accused Maui marijuana traffickers in court tomorrow
 •  Christmas tree season arrives in Islands
 •  Akaka, Abercrombie get peek at Hawaii stamp
 •  Carrier Ronald Reagan stops at Pearl Harbor
 •  Maui mayor cutting current budget $55 million
 •  Stocks close sharply down after zigzag day
 •  Green waste turned away at Hanalei, Kapa‘a transfer stations
 •  It's a 'Star Wars' celebration at Honolulu Hale
 •  Reduced lighting saves $15,000 a year at UH building
 •  NOAA ship gets new commander
 •  Blessing Thursday for new paramedic facility in Wahiawa
 •  Lahaina man, 62, dies in motorcycle crash on Maui
 •  Indonesia quake kills 4, buildings collapse
 •  Kaimuki resident killed in car wreck on Mainland
 •  Citigroup expected to cut 53,000 more jobs
 •  Taliban spurn Afghan president’s offer for talks
 •  Greenpeace: Japanese whalers leave for annual hunt
 •  Somali pirates seize supertanker loaded with crude
 •  12-year-old wins 5th straight coffee recipe title
 •  Ranch fire burns 30 acres on the Big Island
 •  Industrial output posts rebound in October
 •  Diamond Head closed through Thursday
 •  High surf advisory issued for east shores
 •  FDA to open China offices after product scares
 •  Scattered showers in today’s forecast
 •  Vans Triple Crown of Surfing postponed today
 •  Rainbow Wahine remain at No. 6 in AVCA Top 25 Poll
 •  UH hoops ticket price correction for tonight's 11 o'clock game
 •  NFL: Dawson’s 56-yard field goal sends Browns to win
 •  Basketball coaching great Pete Newell dies at 93
 •  Scoring mistake in Steelers-Chargers game costs some bettors big
 •  St. Louis' Albert Pujols powers way to 2nd NL MVP award
 •  NBA: Warriors sign Jackson to extension
 •  Golf: Buick to scale back on courtesy cars at PGA tourneys
 •  NFL: Seahawks QB Hasselbeck apologized to Cardinals
 •  NFL: 3 Vikings defensive linemen facing suspensions
 •  CFB: New Mexico head coach Rocky Long steps down
 •  MLB: Report: McCready not proud of ties to Clemens
 •  Olympics: Johnson & Johnson out as sponsor
 •  MLB: Cubs to play at new Yankee Stadium on April 3-4
 •  NBA: Garnett suspended 1 game; O’Neal fined $25,000
 •  CFB: Fox says it is out of bidding for BCS
 •  CFB: Locker likely not to return in 2008
 •  NFL: Eagles QB McNabb, others clueless about ties
 •  CFB: Harbaugh says he’s close to extension
 •  MLB: Mussina may decide on retirement by next week
 •  MLB: Giants bolster shaky bullpen with signing of lefty Affeldt
 •  NBA: SEC charges Mark Cuban with insider trading
 •  CFB: Utah State fires football coach
 •  CFB: Nevada’s NCAA-leading running game ready for Boise State
 •  NFL: Vikings' Williamses meet with league officials
 •  College basketball: North Carolina men still unanimous No. 1
 •  Sumo: Hakuho tied for lead at 8-1 in Kyushu tournament
 •  Golf: Singh becomes a 1-season millionaire
 •  Soccer: Guzan, Altidore, Adu added to U.S. roster
 •  Baseball: Japanese schoolgirl drafted by pro team
 •  College basketball: UConn women unanimous No. 1
 •  CFB: No joke, Michigan’s last shot at glory comes vs. Ohio State
 •  NFL: Coach Singletary winning over 49ers
 •  NFL: Marion Barber carries big load for Cowboys
 •  NFL: Good news for Cowboys: Romo having fun on field again
 •  NFL: Jaguars season all but over after loss to Titans
 •  JAL, ANA to cut fuel surcharge by 34% on Japan-Hawaii flights
 •  Local CBRE office seeks to become carbon neutral by 2010
 •  Alaska AIrlines launches Seattle-Kona service
 •  New wave of South Korean tourists reach Hawaii
 •  Pastor exchange to bring flavor of Scotland to Kailua
 •  May the Toys for Tots force be with you
 •  Pearl Harbor films, walking tours slated
 •  School-closure responsibility needs to be shifted

Local News
 •  Homeowners targets of scam
 •  Bands try for spot in Obama parade
 •  Kalaeloa desalination plant put on hold
 •  Best route for Hawaii rail still unclear
 •  Hawaii firm wants to keep clean scrap plastic foam out of landfills Video
 •  Hawaii workers who rely on tips hit harder by weak economy
 •  Saluting service of Army Guard
 •  Last of 16,000 new Mililani homes sold
 •  Obama officially ends his Senate 'journey'
 •  Big Isle police study pot measure
 •  Passenger stabs cabbie in Manoa Video
 •  Chrysanthemum Festival fundraiser set for Dec. 6
 •  Nonprofit to feed needy West Oahu residents
 •  Community forum on teen suicide tomorrow
 •  10 students winners of Young Artist Award
 •  Night work planned for Mehe'ula at interchange
 •  Briefings Thursday on agricultural projects
 •  Lyon Arboretum holds holiday sale Saturday
 •  'Ukulele rocks in Washington state
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Guitarist Isbin brings flavor of Spain to Isles
 •  Obituaries

 •  Cal State Fullerton shoots down 'Bows Photo gallery
 •  Posey's power shot lifts BeachBoys to title Photo gallery
 •  Dutchman claims Honolulu Futures
 •  UH will try to rebound on short rest
 •  Got to hand it to Cowboys' Romo
 •  Syracuse fires coach after 3-plus seasons
 •  Titans improve to 10-0
 •  Bengals play to 13-13 tie with Eagles
 •  49ers halt 6-game skid
 •  Rams offensive tackle hurts knee
 •  NFL summaries
 •  No. 8 Duke rallies at home
 •  Mavericks end skid
 •  UH women lose 62-50 to Arizona
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Bottoms up for Warriors

Island Life
 •  Green your Kitchen
 •  nontraditional projects 'Alternative' artisans bring new eye to crafts
 •  Get listed in our guide to holiday lighting displays
 •  Colbert's campaign lived on in 'Spider-Man'
 •  'Frost/Nixon' achieves high drama
 •  Green your Kitchen
 •  Racing to save the planet
 •  Racing to save the planet
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  New CEO is ready to take the reins at Aqua
 •  Cuba greets its 2 millionth tourist with music, mojitos
 •  College athletics feeling financial crunch
 •  Winter looks to be 'golden age for travel'
 •  FedEx raises rates by 5.9%
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Maui
 •  Hualalai resort best in Zagat survey
 •  Japan's economy shrinks, plunges into recession
 •  Trade Winds

 •  State must move beyond first step in e-waste plan
 •  Coquis can be an enjoyable part of Hawaii
 •  Urgent fix needed for U.S. education system
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Colbert's campaign lived on in 'Spider-Man'
 •  'Frost/Nixon' achieves high drama
 •  TGI Monday