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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 1, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Stalled tax relief bill attached to rescue package
 •  Firefighters assist hiker, 65, in Hauula
 •  Freeway shooting suspect's arraignment tomorrow
 •  Police officer stabbed in Waikiki
 •  USS Russell returns from 6-month deployment
 •  Driver in fatal '06 Kalaeloa crash sentenced
 •  Hillside wildfire in Kunia burns 55 acres
 •  Hawaii promoting its ‘value’ to visitors
 •  Pennsylvania man dies after Kauai ocean rescue
 •  HonoluluAdvertiser.com to show VP debate live
 •  U.S. Supreme Court to hear ceded lands case
 •  Keeaumoku-area bank robbed
 •  Japanese billionaire’s Kahala homes decried
 •  North Shore surfer in critical condition
 •  Seven face burglary charges for takeover of Iolani Palace in August
 •  Upgrades planned at Hawaii Community College
 •  Oahu Muslims mark end of Ramadan
 •  $1.7M released for Hawaii rockfall mitigation
 •  Police to crack down on jaywalking near UH
 •  Hawaii County fined $33,500 for landfill fire
 •  Marine Corps doing its part to stem water leaks
 •  Hawaii organic farmers eligible for certification aid
 •  UH ROTC program to honor fallen alumni
 •  Bill vetoed that might have raised shipping costs to Hawaii
 •  OfficeMax hoping to eliminate teacher-funded classrooms
 •  'Live Energy Lite' celebration set for Pearlridge
 •  Schwarzenegger vetoes port bill Palin, Lingle opposed
 •  Surf: 4 to 8 feet expected along northern shores
 •  Weather: Sunny, with a few passing showers
 •  Hawaii getting 19 new deputy sheriffs
 •  Hawaii food-stamp program replaced by SNAP
 •  $2.5M released for UH AC improvements
 •  Giant pumkins hail from Keokea on Maui
 •  Cody von Appen among 3 Montana players charged in assault
 •  Golfer Tadd Fujikawa teams with local marketing firm
 •  MLB playoffs: Loney, Manny, Martin power Dodgers
 •  MLB playoffs: Hamels, Lidge pitch Phils past Brewers
 •  UH: Alumni discounts available for football, volleyball
 •  Column: Maybe now China will quit cheating
 •  Gym officials: China’s 2008 gold medalists of age
 •  NBA: Gordon skips Bulls practice, contract status up in air
 •  WNBA: Shock beat Silver Stars 77-69 in Game 1 of finals
 •  MLB: Baseball attendance drops by 1.1 percent
 •  MLB: Beckett on track for Game 3 start
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  NFL: Niners willing to trade sacks for scores
 •  NFL: Giants kicker Tynes’ left knee still swelling after workouts
 •  Cycling: French anti-doping chief challenges Armstrong
 •  NFL: Uh-oh time for TO, Romo? Cowboys say it ain’t so
 •  NFL: Henry rejoins Bengals, could play in Dallas
 •  NFL: Cardinals WR Boldin has fractured sinus membrane
 •  MLB: Mets’ Santana undergoes successful knee surgery
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams upset by Li
 •  NFL: Former Bronco Travis Henry faces cocaine charges after arrest
 •  MLB: Appeals court to hear baseball steroids challenge
 •  NFL: Former Colts cornerback Milt Davis dies at 79
 •  MLB: Phils LF Burrell cleared to play
 •  NFL: Light duty for Packers’ Rodgers in practice
 •  NFL: Like all Raiders coaches, Tom Cable has no real chance
 •  NBA: Warriors might discipline moped-crashing Ellis
 •  NFL: Bengals QB Palmer has limited practice
 •  NFL: Redskins DE Jason Taylor likely out for 2nd week
 •  NFL: New coach Cable holds first practice with Raiders
 •  NBA: Bobcats Wallace shrugs off trade talk, impresses coach
 •  Tennis: Ferrer, Roddick advance at Japan Open
 •  NFL: Tom Cable another reach for the Raiders
 •  Drug testers warned minor league teams of upcoming tests
 •  NFL: Cowboys stockpiling picks for next draft
 •  NBA: Sean May determined to avoid father’s fate
 •  Oahu median home price drops 9.2% to $590K in September from year ago
 •  Former Horizon Lines executives plead guilty to price fixing
 •  Collin Dang to be new Hawaii Medical Center CEO
 •  A&B shares get welcome reception on NYSE
 •  Hanapaa Sushi Company opens 2 new locations
 •  Verizon donates phones to domestic violence victims
 •  QExA shows promise as senior healthcare model

Local News
 •  State's QEaX plan cheaper, better care
 •  Towers now link disaster response
 •  Bill Woods, advocate for gays, civil rights
 •  Kobayashi turns against train transit plan for Honolulu Video
 •  Hawaii flu vaccine plentiful — and recommended for everyone
 •  Wife who lost arm takes blame for Honolulu freeway crash Video
 •  In Isles, with money to burn Photo gallery
 •  Senate sweetens deal on bailout
 •  A high-risk debate for both
 •  Navy, developer near deal on Kalaeloa land
 •  Final trial in Pali killings delayed
 •  Two birds among 48 Kauai species urged for protection
 •  Flu shots, blood tests at health fair for seniors
 •  Red Hill off-ramp closed overnight for roadwork
 •  Passenger parking lot closes for lack of interest
 •  Man found floating off White Plains Beach dies
 •  Haseko gives $30,000 to construction training
 •  Diabetes/blood pressure screening free Saturday
 •  Ceremony Friday for 4,500 Iraq-bound troops
 •  Community calendar
 •  Man, 34, charged in bank robbery
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mayor's task: Build turnout for November

 •  Grasso tries to get leg up on Bulldogs Photo gallery Video
 •  Waiakea threesome gives Pacific golf program a boost
 •  Volleyball Warriors face uphill climb
 •  Grasso tries to get leg up on Bulldogs Photo gallery Video
 •  No. 3 Kahuku claims OIA East regular-season title Photo gallery
 •  Football standings and statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  This Week's Events
 •  Prep notices
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  One ballot was all it took to win
 •  White Sox win AL Central
 •  Honu stop Sharks for first win in winter
 •  Yankees' Cashman returns to rebuild
 •  Milwaukee Brewers vs. Philadelphia Phillies
 •  Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs
 •  Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels
 •  Afalava helps key Oregon State's upset
 •  UH soccer team beats Cal State Fullerton, 3-2
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  There'll be no calling off dogs

Island Life
 •  DHT deserves accolades for 'Les Misérables'
 •  'Pushing Daisies' plans its own revival
 •  List your halloween events in TGIF
 •  A chef's travels
 •  Best of the Better Burgers is Island-style
 •  Celebs are what they eat (and drink)
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Surplus Fuji apples rescued
 •  At Ko Olina, delicacies and fireworks too
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

 •  Nursing facility citations at 97.4%
 •  Developer may scrap plans for $2.2B resort
 •  Second Superferry in water on budget; sea trials follow
 •  Grant to help laid-off airline workers
 •  Pacific island leaders cite medical shortages
 •  Index at 59.8 is bad news for retailers
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Hope for bailout deal spurs global markets' rebound
 •  Isle shares mixed as market rallies
 •  Trade Winds

 •  City must clear a path for UH-West Oahu
 •  Many hands improve Moloka'i health center
 •  How to run a financial rescue the right way
 •  A new appreciation of life in sunny Santa Monica
 •  Lingle's endorsement of Palin a bit fuzzy
 •  Mayor's task: Build turnout for November
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Pushing Daisies' plans its own revival
 •  TGI Wednesday