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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 20, 2008

Breaking News
 •  AT&T restores cell phone service after 6-hour outage
 •  Man arrested for punching, biting police officer in Keolu Hills
 •  Gunmen rob Chinatown bar
 •  Manoa cabbie robbery suspects sought
 •  Kalihi teen charged in armed robbery
 •  Hawaii AG looking into complaints about game warden
 •  Paramedic unit has permanent home in Wahiawa
 •  Hawaii bracing for stormy weekend
 •  Kahalewai entertainment family loses a member
 •  Australian surfer Abberton gets 3-day term
 •  Waianae video makes national ‘safe driving’ semifinals
 •  Waipahu woman, 24, wins Las Vegas jackpot
 •  Decision on Oahu rail route delayed
 •  Text-messaging ban while driving goes forward despite enforcement concerns
 •  Battle of Tarawa remembered on 65th anniversary
 •  Christmas tree erected at Honolulu Hale
 •  Coast Guard medically evacuates man from Midway
 •  Man accused of carrying gun at Aiea nightclub
 •  Stocks tumble for second day; Treasurys surge
 •  Oil at 3-year lows; gas below $2 in 23 states
 •  Who’s in the running for Obama administration jobs
 •  Forecast: Mostly dry today, but thunderstorms tonight
 •  FDIC chief calls again for foreclosure relief
 •  Surf rising along North Shore
 •  Village Park man, 18, accused of armed robbery
 •  Hawaii advances to WAC volleyball tourney semifinals
 •  Punahou junior wins Triple Crown of Surfing event
 •  WAC Volleyball Tournament results
 •  Surfing: Triple Crown events on today
 •  Idaho, New Mexico St., San Jose St. move into WAC semifinals
 •  NFL: Bengals don't elaborate on Ocho Cinco deactivation
 •  CBKB: What a Knight! Texas Tech scores 167 points in win
 •  NFL: Steelers defense controls Bengals in 27-10 win
 •  CFB: Georgia Tech ruins Miami's return to the rankings, 41-23
 •  Boise State irked by story on school's academics
 •  Boxing: Bowe to make another ring comeback
 •  NFL: Giants' Burress sidelined by hamstring injury
 •  NFL: Titans' Bulluck practices for first time since hurting rib
 •  CFB: No. 2 Texas Tech’s defense gaining respect
 •  NFL: NFLPA narrows search for next executive director
 •  Golf: Sorenstam has some work to do at ADT Championship
 •  Fantasy football: Hillis shows importance of free agents
 •  MLB: Phillies Utley, Feliz to have surgery
 •  NFL: Cowboys will put Felix Jones on IR
 •  NFL: Camarillo signs extension with Dolphins
 •  NFL: Browns’ Quinn has broken finger
 •  NFL: Browns GM Savage sent e-mail containing expletive
 •  NFL: Denver TE Jackson goes on IR
 •  MMA: Penn, St-Pierre press conference set
 •  MLB: Yankees control shifts to Steinbrenner’s son Hal
 •  NFL: Bengals say Ocho Cinco will not play against Steelers
 •  MLB likely to change, not ban, maple bats
 •  NFL: When Pacman blows up again, Jerry Jones will only have himself to blame
 •  NFL: 49ers and Owens meet again
 •  NFL: Edgerrin James seeking release from Cardinals
 •  Golf: Daly shoots 68 in Hong Kong Open
 •  UH football: Ford Island parking closed for Saturday's game
 •  Soccer: Crew’s Schelotto wins MVP Award
 •  USOC takes USA Boxing off probation
 •  Tennis: Nalbandian, Ferrer to open Davis Cup final
 •  Sumo: Mongolian Ama upsets compatriot Hakuho in Kyushu tournament
 •  Golf: Aussie Sheehan takes early lead at Dunlop Phoenix
 •  MLB: It's a new day, a new tandem for the Seattle Mariners
 •  CFB: Washington State's road to futility could be historical
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for Idaho, Cincy games
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for upcoming football, volleyball games
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  UH football: Fans asked to coordinate colors against Cincinnati
 •  UH football: Think green, save green for WSU game
 •  Waipio Little League champs to sign autographs
 •  Honolulu Marathon seeking Japanese translators
 •  Starwood kamaaina program to benefit Hawaii Food Bank
 •  EXPRESS to open clothing store at Ala Moana
 •  ML Macadamia gets more time to move shares to OTC
 •  Investment company rates Hoku shares a 'hold'
 •  Hawaii jobless rate unchanged at 4.5%
 •  Buddhist-Christian dialogue to be interfaith group topic
 •  Starwood package auctions to benefit Hawaii Food Bank
 •  Wilson Elementary's Fun Fair set for Saturday
 •  Frank DeLima plans Dec. 12 Christmas show at Pagoda
 •  Hawaii Kai Towne Center will light its tree Nov. 28
 •  Kapena, Augie T head Ala Moana's yule brunch
 •  Jay Larrin will serenade at Chai's on Thanksgiving
 •  Painter Peggy Chun — a life of art, resilience
 •  Texting, video games and driving don’t mix

Local News
 •  Second grand jury probes dam
 •  Missile test off Kauai fails at the 'very end'
 •  Maui man convicted of murder may go free
 •  For Isle artist Peggy Chun, life was a party to the end Photo gallery
 •  Honolulu City Council considers ban on texting while driving
 •  Rail route to airport seen as better for Honolulu economy
 •  Worst is yet to come for Hawaii economy, according to forecast
 •  City accepting comments from public until Jan. 7
 •  Pentagon stands by Peralta decision
 •  Back in Isles, Aiona touts personal touch
 •  Some colleges closing in deep debt
 •  University boosts stake in journalism education
 •  Self-control seen as key to academic success
 •  Federal grants will aid students
 •  Former inmate files suit over rape
 •  Man charged in gunpoint threat at workplace
 •  Two indicted in dorm break-in, robbery of UH-Manoa student
 •  Recent traffic fatalities identified as residents from Leeward Oahu
 •  Trail-saver facing fine for using bow to eradicate goats
 •  County Council wants to get rid of nasty ants
 •  Shanghai Tang to donate 10% of sales proceeds
 •  Sen. Gabbard to discuss his energy chairmanship
 •  Ryukyu musical marks Okinawan Center decade
 •  Karston Thot Bridge to close for work tonight
 •  Christmas family festival Dec. 6 includes crafters
 •  Brushfire's smoldering remnants doused down
 •  Weekend jail for shrapnel bombing Photo gallery Video
 •  Foodbank needs reflect economy Video
 •  Outage darkens Pearl City area
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH puts title streak on line
 •  Kahuku athlete will sign on Photo gallery Video
 •  Baldwin hoping to break through Video
 •  Every 'Bows starter, plus reserve named all-WAC
 •  Kahuku athlete will sign on Photo gallery Video
 •  Baldwin hoping to break through Video
 •  Some lesser-known players showcase skills Photo gallery
 •  Upcoming events
 •  State football tournaments
 •  Games on TV
 •  Wilson to take another swing at state open
 •  Hawaii team wins Junior Cup title
 •  Holes in One
 •  Steelers won't be looking past Bengals
 •  'Pacman' reinstated, but can't play
 •  Stanford's 'Big Game' has bowl implications
 •  No. 14 Ball State remains undefeated, 31-24
 •  Pistons ground Cavs' win streak
 •  Paris sisters lead No. 2 Sooners
 •  Yankees' Mussina plans to hang it up
 •  Kentucky to play on Maui in 2010
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Aggies are more than a match

Island Life
 •  Size wise
 •  Three simple steps can help control hypoglycemia
 •  Make a beautiful holiday wreath the affordable way
 •  Health calendar
 •  Thanksgiving dishes get lightened up
 •  Make a beautiful holiday wreath the affordable way
 •  Help us celebrate the launching of our site
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tihati Polynesian show is India-bound

 •  Former Honolulu Marsh exec violated pact
 •  Gambling industry retrenches
 •  Time to bone-up on high-definition TVs
 •  Dream theme touted
 •  Wrap it up for Christmas with flat-rate mailing
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Hawaii Index components slide
 •  Yahoo, spurned by Microsoft, sees shares drop 19%
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Wrap it up for Christmas with flat-rate mailing

 •  Report offers hope for vets with Gulf War illness
 •  Obama a model for all American students
 •  Failure not option in our economic milieu
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Thursday