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Articles for November 30, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Donations, volunteers needed at Waianae shelter event for keiki
 •  Paperwork required for Nuuanu catfish season
 •  One of 2 Kalaeloa burglary suspects arrested
 •  Prosecutor says Big Island weed law still invalid
 •  Officer assaulted in Waianae
 •  Priorities differ as Hawaii County Council prepares to start work Monday
 •  Maui nonprofits told to plan for budget cuts
 •  Waianae boy, 4, dies after crawling into stove
 •  Oahu real property assessment notifications can be sent via e-mail
 •  UH researchers compile data on snail, slug species in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii's amaama fishing season closes Monday
 •  High-surf advisory for north, west shores
 •  Work to begin on Lahaina bypass
 •  Brushfire burns acre on Big Island
 •  Space shuttle lands in California, ending 16-day mission
 •  Police: Pakistani militants behind Mumbai attacks
 •  Officials: Obama set to introduce Clinton on Monday
 •  Isolated showers expected through noon
 •  Deployed soldiers also fighting battle of the bulge
 •  India security chief resigns after Mumbai attacks
 •  Rainbow Wahine face Belmont in NCAA first round in Los Angeles
 •  No. 5 Stanford rolls over Rainbow Wahine, 83-54
 •  Triple Crown of Surfing on today at Sunset Beach
 •  NFL: Today's scores, upcoming schedule
 •  CFB: Kiffin to be introduced as Tennessee coach on Monday
 •  NFL: Lawyer says Burress expects plea Monday
 •  NFL: Tough D, long pass lead Vikings past Bears, 34-14
 •  CBKB: How the AP Top 25 women's basketball teams fared
 •  CBKB: How the AP Top 25 men's basketball teams fared
 •  NFL: Colts top Browns for 5th straight win, 10-6
 •  CBKB: No. 1 Tar Heels cruise past UNC-Asheville, 116-48
 •  NFL: Another Browns quarterback bites the dust
 •  CBKB: Western Kentucky stuns No. 3 Louisville 68-54
 •  NFL: Cutler, Hillis lead Broncos past Jets, 34-17
 •  Steelers' defense stifles Patriots, 33-10
 •  NFL: Chiefs beat Raiders 20-13 in battle of also-rans
 •  CFB: Oklahoma QB Bradford injures non-throwing hand
 •  NFL: Ryan, Turner lead Falcons past Chargers, 22-16
 •  NFL: Dolphins' defense keys 16-12 victory over Rams
 •  CFB: BCS favors Oklahoma over Texas
 •  NFL: Pack's late breakdowns hand Panthers 35-31 win
 •  NFL: Bucs slow down Brees to beat Saints 23-20
 •  Golf: K.J. Choi wins at Skins Game, takes home $415,000
 •  NFL: 49ers' defense stymies Bills in 10-3 win
 •  NFL: Burress no distraction as Giants roll, 23-7
 •  NFL: Clayton leads Ravens over Bengals 34-3
 •  CFB: No. 1 Tide vs. No. 2 Gators for SEC title
 •  NFL: Browns' Winslow hurts ankle
 •  NFL: Sean Taylor inducted into Redskins Ring of Fame
 •  CFB: 2008-2009 Bowl Schedule
 •  CFB: Notre Dame's Weis keeps working awaiting word on his fate
 •  CFB: Mired in ACC mess, Miami must wait for bowl fate
 •  CFB: Retirement not far off for Florida State's Bowden
 •  NFL: Bills QB Edwards hurts groin against 49ers
 •  Golf: Sorenstam, International team win Lexus Cup
 •  Skating: Japan's Oda wins at NHK Trophy; American Weir 2nd
 •  Golf: Swedes shoot 63 to win World Cup
 •  Golf: Pampling wins Australian Masters in playoff
 •  CFB: Rose Bowl becoming consolation prize for USC
 •  CFB: What should happen? Oklahoma should make Big 12 title game
 •  NBA: Lakers, Celtics, Cavaliers 1-2-3 in L.A. Times rankings
 •  NFL: Time for Giants to do the right thing with Plaxico Burress
 •  NFL: Who's less worse: Raiders or 49ers?
 •  Victorino at youth baseball camps on Oahu, Kauai
 •  Fundraiser involving Colt Brennan set for Feb. 3

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Local News
 •  High surf draws crowd Photo gallery Video
 •  Grandmother needs help with 4 kids she's raising
 •  Aloha to the queen of feathers
 •  Marines map out a bold energy plan
 •  Studentsí need to take out loans on rise amid slumping economy
 •  Finance Factors has huge Mainland real estate stake
 •  Share your thoughts of statehood's impact
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Marines start over in Afghanistan
 •  Sailor who died failed to heed warnings
EDUCATION
 •  For new graduates, bigger bills already piled up
BIG ISLAND
 •  Prisoner, 47, dies in custody of Hilo police
 •  Big Isle woman dies after hit by car
OTHER NEWS
 •  Brilliant Venus and Jupiter pair up in the night sky
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Three divers rescued off Mokunui isle
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Aloha to the queen of feathers
WILLIAM COLE
 •  Hawaii-based combat team settles into Kuwait
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Grandmother needs help with 4 kids she's raising

Sports
 •  Home for holidays Photo gallery Video
 •  Balocka proves he can talk the talk
 •  Surfers try to ride out storm at Sunset Beach to no avail Photo gallery
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  No. 19 Purdue shoots down Hawaii, 90-74
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Home for holidays Photo gallery Video
 •  Receivers got Warriors off to fast start
 •  Warriors quarterback Alexander has scrambled to find success
 •  Next up for the Warriors
 •  Stars of the game
 •  Statistics
 •  How they scored
 •  WAC standings
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Kahuku hitter Te'o tops in Red East
 •  'Aiea hitter Grace Red West's best
 •  Punahou's Keanini was class of ILH
GOLF
 •  Early birdie pockets Choi $75,000 in Skins Game
FOOTBALL
 •  No. 3 Oklahoma romps, 61-41
 •  Cutler armed to meet Favre
 •  No. 2 Florida whips No. 23 Florida St.
 •  No. 5 USC dominates Notre Dame, 38-3
 •  Volunteers send coach Fulmer out a winner, 28-10
 •  Cincy rolls on in Big East
 •  Burress shoots himself in thigh
BASKETBALL
 •  No. 4 Pittsburgh topples Wazzou, 57-43
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Knicks shoot down Warriors
ISLE FILE
 •  Volleyball honors for UHH duo
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Alexander, Warriors show they can seal deal

Island Life
 •  Let there be lights
 •  A glimpse of the Isles then, now
 •  What I'm reading: Beverly Gannon, Chef
PETS
 •  Animal companions
 •  How Pono became star of her own book
BOOKS
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Hawaii's best-sellers
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Eggleston casts an unmerciful eye
OTHER LIFESTYLE
 •  Holiday lights
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  From the hip
'OHANA
 •  Take a crash course on raising a child
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  Making Christmas personal
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar

Business
 •  Waikiki shows go back to basics
 •  Automakers ready to make new case for loan
 •  Classic toys are hot this holiday season
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Cash shortfalls threaten 40% of biotech firms
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Now's the best time to buy a new car
 •  Brown bag that lunch and save money
 •  Expensive wine languishing on the shelves
 •  Dividends, the investor's friend, shrank by $37.9 billion this year
 •  Land reform could help tech companies

Opinion
 •  In wartime, Gates remains best pick for Pentagon
COMMENTARY
 •  Obama can bridge immigration divide
 •  How the financial market crisis affects Hawaii
 •  Peru's APEC meetings: A vision for Isles in 2011?
 •  We could get used to Christmases like this
 •  U.S. Pacific Command modifies strategy
 •  We all have to cut back in this tough economy
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  We want to know what you think
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  The place for omiyage is Hilo Video
 •  In Hilo, every day is an adventure in dining
 •  Where to stay and play in Hilo
 •  Where to eat
 •  Proceeds from online travel auction will benefit food banks
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Memorializing showgirl history
 •  Holoholo
 •  Towns with holiday names get festive
 •  Travel Almanac
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Five U.S. spots for budget-minded family vacations