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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 19, 2008

Breaking News
 •  3 Oahu traffic fatality victims identified
 •  Man accused of carrying gun at Aiea nightclub
 •  Beloved Hawaii artist died the way she lived — with courage Photo gallery
 •  Village Park man, 18, accused of armed robbery
 •  55-minute outage affected 27,000 in Central Oahu
 •  Lanai wildfire contained; mop-up work continues
 •  Kapolei man accused of death threat
 •  Two men, 20, charged with robbery at UH
 •  Men get weekends in jail for fireworks injury
 •  Dow falls below 8,000, S&P at 5-year low
 •  Kekaha bottle redemption center closed today
 •  DoD denies posthumous Medal of Honor
 •  Former inmate files rape suit
 •  Judge recommends freedom for convicted killer
 •  Little red ants a big problem on the Big Island
 •  Fed sharply lowers forecasts, hints of rate cut
 •  Hearing tomorrow to ban texting while driving
 •  Ala Moana Center store to host event supporting Gregory House
 •  Brush fire still not under control on Lanai
 •  Hawaii National Bank warns of ‘phishing’ email scam
 •  Al-Qaida No. 2 insults Obama with racial epithet
 •  HFD gets $35K for new emergency rescue boat
 •  Somali pirates transform villages into boomtowns
 •  Indian navy sinks suspected pirate ’mother ship’
 •  Community meeting on mental health set for Dec. 6
 •  East shores under high surf advisory
 •  Blustery, wet weather to continue
 •  StarKist announces cuts in American Samoa
 •  Dem sources: Clinton to help Hillary get State job
 •  FBI agent killed serving warrant near Pittsburgh
 •  Suspected U.S. missiles strike deep inside Pakistan
 •  Japanese ship fails in missile-intercept test
 •  UH football: Ford Island parking closed for Saturday's game
 •  Mariners hire Wakamatsu to become MLB's first Asian-American manager
 •  1 Hawaii tourney dropped, 2 remain on LPGA's 2009 schedule
 •  Vans Triple Crown of Surfing postponed again
 •  Team Hawaii beats Japan in Junior Cup golf event
 •  CBKB: North Carolina's Zeller likely out for year with broken wrist
 •  CBKB: UConn, Kentucky head 2010 Maui Invitational field
 •  NFL: Disappointing Davis put on IR by Chargers
 •  NFL: Singletary expected to make another 49ers’ shakeup
 •  NFL: Redskins expected to activate WR Kelly
 •  NBA: Yao out with sore foot
 •  MLB: New Yankee Nick Swisher high on CC Sabathia
 •  NBA: Warriors’ Morrow emerges with 2 straight big games
 •  NFL: Pacman reinstated to Cowboys
 •  CBKB: Vitale tries not to talk so he can keep talking
 •  Tennis: Wimbledon to pay $83M to regain All England Club
 •  NFL: Vikings Allen fined $25,000, but not suspended
 •  CFB: When Obama talks, BCS should listen
 •  CBKB: Men's Final Four awarded to five cities
 •  NFL: Lawyer says 3 New Orleans players took no steroids
 •  NFL: Buccaneers place Graham on injured reserve
 •  MLB: Red Sox trade Crisp to Royals for reliever
 •  Sumo: Grand champion Hakuho sole leader at Kyushu tournament
 •  Golf: Player disqualifies himself from PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament
 •  CFB: Boston: Reports on Mumme's future are incorrect
 •  MLB: Red Sox pitcher Wakefield proud to inspire Japan girl
 •  NBA: Stackhouse exploring options to leave Dallas
 •  CFB: Economy may fuel shorter bowl trips
 •  NFL: Jacobs wants to stay with the Giants
 •  CFB: USC QB Mark Sanchez satisfied taking what defense gives him
 •  NFL: Niners high-priced OT Jennings goes on IR again
 •  CFB: UCLA quarterback Ben Olson’s college career might be over
 •  NFL: Eagles are the Philly pro team in the most disarray
 •  Soccer: New Zealand advances in World Cup qualifying despite loss to Fiji
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for Idaho, Cincy games
 •  UH: WAC Volleyball Tournament tickets on sale
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for upcoming football, volleyball games
 •  Honolulu Marathon seeking Japanese translators
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  Waipio Little League champs to hold autograph session
 •  UH football: Fans asked to coordinate colors against Cincinnati
 •  UH football: Think green, save green for WSU game
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  Disney breaks ground on Ko Olina resort
 •  Fitch affirms 'A' rating on state airport revenue bonds
 •  Hawaii stock index reaches lowest point since Aug. 2007
 •  S&P raises Hawaii County debt rating
 •  Judge rules against former Marsh & McLennan exec
 •  Bouncy house company opens in Windward Mall
 •  Hawaiçi recession will continue next year, forecast says
 •  Local author Stephanie Kimura gives talk on fabrics today at Temari
 •  Report offers hope for vets with Gulf War illness

Local News
 •  Homeless shelter use up 19%
 •  Akaka still helm of vets panel
 •  Council extends deadlines for B&B bills
 •  Hawaii's economic forecast gloomy, with 10% drop in tourism
 •  Teen's prison sentence for crash deaths raised to 18 months
 •  Hawaii Democrats plan to hold inaugural ball in Honolulu
 •  State tax take fell 1.4 percent July-October
 •  U.S. cost of diabetes hits $218 billion
 •  Assailant found guilty of murdering Kauanui
 •  Fire damages Ilikai Yacht Harbor unit
 •  Lana'i fire prompts evacuation Video
 •  High wind, rain rake most of state Video
 •  Mite-infested hive found near Hilo
 •  Drunk driving arrests up, with 25 more last week
 •  Probation violation gets camp attacker sent to jail
 •  Lavender fields of Kula
 •  Fire Department to get satellite communications
 •  Church invites everyone to celebrate its 50 years
 •  Man dies after falling off back of moving truck
 •  Volunteers invited to spruce up park Saturday
 •  Utility work tomorrow will affect H-1 traffic
 •  Makahiki Maoli Festival free in the park Saturday
 •  Children's book authors will give readings Dec. 2
 •  It's beginning to look a lot like a new life for this tree Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Obama's American: Believe it

 •  Weather cooperates for UH
 •  Rainbow Wahine's Houston finally putting it all together
 •  Rainbows woke up with first win, 67-64
 •  Brandt to set with Mafua on the mend
 •  Weather cooperates for UH
 •  Konawaena, Campbell to tussle on Big Island Video
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football standings and D-I statistics
 •  State football tournaments
 •  Prep notices
 •  This week's events
 •  Team Hawaii extends lead in Junior Cup
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Ozawa wins tiebreaker by a yard
 •  Painful senior year for Navy's Kaheaku-Enhada
 •  James lifts Cavs to 8th in row
 •  Rutgers' Medcalf still kicking it in postseason
 •  Red Sox's Pedroia wins AL MVP
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Newell knew his basketball

Island Life
 •  'Journey' requires patience of a Buddha
 •  30 minutes is still too long for 'WHAT!'
 •  Premium chocolates don't have to be pricey
 •  Leftovers done right
 •  Have a plan for flavorful leftovers
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Portobellos add hearty flavor to pesto on pasta
 •  Use versatile canned pumpkin in desserts or entrees
 •  Portobellos add hearty flavor to pesto on pasta
 •  Use versatile canned pumpkin in desserts or entrees
 •  To love or not to love Spectator?
 •  Pop goes the cracker snack
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Simplify feast with early preparations

 •  Territorial goes public
 •  Europe OKs Hawaii biotech's product
 •  Isles move up to No. 35 in ranking of state economies
 •  Aloha set to auction trademarks
 •  Lavender fields of Kula
 •  Taiwan, Lockheed join OTEC project
 •  Wholesale prices drop record 2.8%
 •  Plenty of poinsettia for holidays
 •  Homebuilders' confidence drops to all-time low

 •  Stryker, OHA agreement a sensible compromise
 •  How to put Big Three on road to survival
 •  The secret of happiness
 •  Mayor needs to lose persecution complex
 •  Obama's American: Believe it
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  30 minutes is still too long for 'WHAT!'
 •  TGI Wednesday