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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 18, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Report has new data about Hawaii homeless
 •  Economic forecast sees fewer jobs, income
 •  Waianae traffic fatality victim identified
 •  Lanai wildfire has burned over 1,000 acres
 •  Sprinker contained 19th-floor Ilikai fire
 •  Akaka expected to stay at helm of Veterans Affairs Committee
 •  Judge recommends freedom for convicted killer
 •  Former inmate files rape suit
 •  State tax collections fall
 •  DUI arrests slightly up on Big Island
 •  Help sought finding missing man on Big Island
 •  Hawaiian Electric utility work on H-1 rescheduled
 •  Flood advisories canceled for Maui, Big Island
 •  San Diego jury convicts man of Hawaii surfer’s murder
 •  Stevens loses Alaska Senate race
 •  Big Island beach attacker sent to jail
 •  Aiea homeowner donates city Christmas tree
 •  Wind damages roof of Young Street home
 •  ‘Brown-water advisory’ issued for parts of Kauaçi
 •  Kapolei man suspected of threatening employer
 •  Negligent homicide conviction results in 18-month sentence
 •  Kalihi convenience-store robbery suspect sought
 •  Crews cleaning up fallen tree at Iolani Palace
 •  No arrests in Pearlridge Center stabbing
 •  Two Oahu men charged with separate sex assaults
 •  Wall Street pulls off final-hour rebound
 •  More bee mites found in feral hive in Hilo
 •  World markets lower, losses trimmed after U.S. open
 •  Obama girls look at Washington private schools
 •  UPS expects Dec. 18 to be peak shipping day
 •  Lingle announces education partnership with Taiwan
 •  Stormy weather closes Napali State Park
 •  Northeast swell raises surf in some areas
 •  Paulson voices opposition to Big 3 bailout bill
 •  More rain, cooler weather in forecast
 •  Soldier MIA from Korean War identified
 •  Bush trying again to stem holiday flight delays
 •  Iranian-operated cargo ship hijacked off Somalia
 •  It's a 'Star Wars' celebration at Honolulu Hale
 •  UH men's basketball team works overnight and overtime for win
 •  Decathlete Clay is a champion, and not just at breakfast
 •  Bryan Clay earns Jesse Owens Award as sport's top athlete in 2008
 •  Brian Ching leads youthful US team in Wednesday's World Cup qualifier
 •  Vans Triple Crown of Surfing postponed again
 •  NBA: LeBron thinking about free agency before 2010
 •  Baseball: Japanese schoolgirl drafted by pro team
 •  MLB: Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia wins AL MVP
 •  CFB: Boise State ground game to face tough test vs. Nevada
 •  CFB: Muschamp to take over at Texas when Mack Brown retires
 •  Golf: Ballesteros out of intensive care
 •  CBKB: Mills leads Saint Mary’s past Fresno State
 •  MLB: Dempster, Cubs near 4-year, $52 million deal
 •  NFL: Browns' Winslow to have MRI on shoulder
 •  MLB: Twins' Neshek has successful Tommy John surgery
 •  CBKB: Drexel gets breakfast and victory to go
 •  CFB: BCS, ESPN reach deal to air games from 2011-14
 •  CFB: Michigan's Rodriguez tells some fans to get a life
 •  Cycling: Armstrong fears for his safety at Tour de France
 •  Sumo: Hakuho improves to 9-1 in Kyushu tournament
 •  Soccer: Ethiopia exiled as FIFA peace talks collapse
 •  Track: Olympian Liu Xiang expected to have surgery, coach says
 •  NFL: Bucs RB Earnest Graham likely out for rest of season
 •  NFL: Raiders downplay Fassel report
 •  Boxing: Holyfield wants to be undisputed champion again
 •  Golf: LPGA won't stop in Tulsa in 2009
 •  NFL: Playoff scenarios for Week 12
 •  USA Basketball to move from Colorado to Arizona
 •  Sailing: ISAF cuts event out of 2012 Olympics
 •  Olympics: IOC still hopeful of $1 billion sponsorship target
 •  Rugby: South Africa to use national flower emblem
 •  Soccer: World Cup Asian qualifiers preview
 •  NFL: Former official Jack Reader dies
 •  Soccer: Maradona says he feels no pressure with Argentina
 •  NFL: League gives gift to its worst enemies — the bookies
 •  State enters partnership for new OTEC pilot project
 •  Hawaii moves up 6 notches in national tech ranking
 •  Nonprofits seek volunteers to help with tax prep
 •  State revises downward outlook for Hawaii economy
 •  Tissue Genesis gets European OK for medical device
 •  Territorial Bank parent plans to go public
 •  New stationery boutique opens in Waikiki Beach Walk
 •  Tech, businesses groups plan investor pitch competition
 •  Queen Emma portrait to be presented to bishop on Sunday
 •  Vigil to mark makahiki ceremony at Waiawa prison
 •  DeLima's Isle-style 'Christmas Carol' on DVD
 •  Stryker, OHA agreement a sensible compromise

Local News
 •  Scam came wrapped in rhetoric Video
 •  Lawmakers praise statehood stamp designed by Isle artist
 •  Kaimuki resident among 4 students killed in Calif. crash
 •  Healthcare plans facing cost crunch
 •  Obesity affects 15.6% of students
 •  Settlement lets OHA access some Stryker training areas
 •  S. Koreans enjoy arriving with ease Video
 •  In Chicago, Obama, McCain put aside partisan politics
 •  Maui struggling over 16% budget cuts
 •  Maui man dies after motorcycle accident
 •  Bail hearings due today for 4 held on pot charges
 •  Use Lihu'e, Hanapepe, Kekaha for green waste
 •  Stabbing suspect charged with attempted murder
 •  Project cuts UH building electricity use by $15,000
 •  Paramedic facility to be dedicated on Thursday
 •  Free class teaches how to file for Social Security
 •  Christmas craft ideas demonstrated at library
 •  Tree retailers hopeful as holidays approach Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Kauanui jury undecided on murder count
 •  Obituaries
 •  A surplus of sidewalk schlock

 •  Hawaii Bowl has dreams of Pac-10 foe
 •  UH aims to regain 'timing' Photo gallery
 •  Rams ready for all of Kauai
 •  Sugar Bowl ethics probe could last up to year
 •  UH aims to regain 'timing' Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii Bowl has dreams of Pac-10 foe
 •  Sugar Bowl ethics probe could last up to year
 •  Rams ready for all of Kauai
 •  Punahou QB Shutter on target in ILH title game Video
 •  Kamehameha cheerleaders win again
 •  Volleyball invitational serving up four matches
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Football
 •  This week's events
 •  State football tournaments
 •  Games on TV
 •  Field goal lifts Browns over Bills
 •  Utah State fires coach Guy after four years
 •  No. 2 UConn routs Hartford
 •  Rockets win game, may lose star
 •  St. Louis' Pujols bests Howard for NL MVP
 •  UH softball hosts alumnae game
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Volleyball tourney in right place

Island Life
 •  Getting the kids to help
 •  This imaginative 'Macbeth' rolls in multiple tongues
 •  Star Poets Contest seeks entries from students
 •  It's a dog's life, Sunny, but it'll be a good one
 •  Putting up a holiday display? Tell us about it
 •  Send us your holiday stories
 •  Gala to honor state senator, health advocate
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  SOS Las Vegas helps out Sacred Hearts

 •  2 carriers trim fuel fees
 •  NCL cuts 5 jobs in Isles, including top executive's
 •  Chef Mavro gets Five Diamonds
 •  CVS tells why Longs name will stay
 •  Co-founder Yang out as Yahoo CEO
 •  Citigroup cutting 53,000 jobs
 •  Helping Moloka'i folks prosper is her aim Audio
 •  Alaska starts Kona-Seattle service
 •  Industrial output up an unexpected 1.3% last month

 •  School-closure responsibility needs to be shifted
 •  Persona, mind-set, toughness critical
 •  Boldness, vision called for in global crisis
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday