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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 6, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Deadline today to register for Nov. 4 vote
 •  Big Island murder suspect charged
 •  Waimanalo man accused of firearm offense
 •  Honolulu Marathon sues provider of timing system
 •  Navy Hawaii urging domestic violence awareness
 •  Monk seal pup found dead in Waimanalo
 •  Takeuchi was popular Advertiser backshop worker
 •  AP Enterprise: In bad economy, power cutoffs soar
 •  Kailua man to be tried for pedestrian's death
 •  Boy’s mother in dog attack had been investigated by state
 •  Humane society puts down baby-killing dog
 •  HMAA offering members free flu vaccinations
 •  Bush: Financial rescue plan will take time
 •  Man gets 20 years after violating DUI manslaughter probation
 •  Endangered birds released into Hawaii preserve
 •  Lawsuit filed in 2005 beating death of child
 •  Wall Street tumbles amid global sell-off
 •  Fed to provide as much as $900B in loans to banks
 •  Oil falls below $90 a barrel as financial turmoil goes global
 •  Fans may slash risk of sudden Infant Death Syndrome, study says
 •  DOD expands Purple Heart criteria for POWs
 •  30 die after 2 strong quakes hit Tibet
 •  Michelle Obama to appear on ‘The Daily Show’
 •  Teen arrested for alleged assault, cell phone theft
 •  eBay to cut 1,600 jobs, 10 percent of work force
 •  Suspect in Kailua negligent homicide case in court today
 •  German, 2 French share Nobel medicine prize
 •  China detains 6 more suspects in milk scandal
 •  Palin expands attacks on Obama
 •  Survey finds `bleak picture’ for world’s mammals
 •  Surf hitting 5 feet along east, south shores
 •  Isolated showers, moderate trades in forecast
 •  TheBoat cancels 2nd morning, 2nd afternoon sailings
 •  Fire quickly doused on Big Island
 •  Global poll casts Obama as world's overwhelming choice
 •  Indonesian volcano erupts, spews flame and smoke
 •  Earthquake kills at least 72 in Kyrgyzstan
 •  Bank of America settles suits over bad mortgages
 •  Forecasters see wobbly economy ahead
 •  Man who robbed 'Ewa store sought
 •  Diamond Head Health Center roof money released
 •  NFL: Vikings escape New Orleans with victory, 30-27
 •  Red Sox beat Angels 3-2, move on to ALCS and Rays
 •  Ray-markable Rays head to AL championship series
 •  Rainbow Wahine move up to No. 6 in AVCA Top 25 Poll
 •  Warriors Kelly, Monteilh are WAC players of the week
 •  CFB: Weber State lands in FCS Top 25 poll
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for this week's football, volleyball
 •  CFB: Fresno St. focuses inward after upset loss
 •  NBA: Miller, Love shine in Timberwolves’ win
 •  MLB: Schilling might consider half-season comeback
 •  NFL: Lions coach says he won't quit, but would accept firing
 •  CFB: No. 1 Sooners could be healed in time for Texas
 •  NFL: Warner increasing thoughts of retirement
 •  NFL: Colts expect Freeney, Gonzalez to be OK
 •  NBA: Mavs hire Westphal as executive VP
 •  NFL: Status of Bills QB Edwards uncertain
 •  NFL: Vikings Henderson placed on injured reserve
 •  NFL: Now the hunted: 4-1 Redskins favored to go 7-1
 •  CFB: Arizona State QB Carpenter questionable for USC
 •  MLB playoffs: Lowell out of starting lineup with hip injury
 •  NFL: Burress relatively unapologetic in return to team
 •  Astros pitcher arrested in wedding reception melee
 •  NFL: Jets’ Smith appealing suspension for hit on Boldin
 •  NFL: Pack’s Rodgers expected to play Sunday vs. Seattle
 •  Preps: Football standings
 •  NFL: Eagles RB Westbrook’s status undecided after breaking ribs
 •  Cycling: Schumacher tested positive during Tour
 •  NFL: NY Giants adding believers with each victory
 •  NFL: 49ers biggest weakness now is their defense
 •  NFL: Zorn has Redskins on a roll
 •  College: Washington fires longtime athletic department official
 •  NBA: Stuckey, Pistons spoil Beasley’s preseason opener
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH football: Willie K. to perform
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  Oceanic Time Warner adds four premium HDTV channels
 •  Hawaii stocks follow broader market lower
 •  Bank of Hawaii schedules conference call Oct. 27
 •  Stephanie Ackerman takes VP post at The Gas Co.
 •  First Hawaiian Bank parent expands in Europe
 •  Unionized Hawaiian Telcom workers ratify 3-year contract
 •  Interfaith group to meet today on the Windward side
 •  Public input essential to Mäkua training decision

Local News
 •  Input urged on Makua Valley
 •  Bellows beach policy a surprise
 •  Maui's Pi'ilani Highway open after 2 years of repair projects
 •  Infant son killed by family dog in Waianae Video
 •  Charter schools object to DOE plan to cut $1.9M for coordinators
 •  New historic preservation law irks property owners, contractors
 •  Ko Olina required to install boat ramp
 •  Kahului Harbor seeing less cargo
 •  More banks likely to fail, despite government assistance
 •  Bailout's passage yet to offer relief for worried consumers
 •  Memorial service for Bill Woods set for Nov. 8
 •  Obama says GOP resorting to 'smears'
 •  Diver collapses at Point Panic Video
 •  Gardening class Oct. 25 on Hawaiian plants
 •  Humane society's yearly Pet Walk will be Sunday
 •  Lane of Makaha Bridge closing daily this week
 •  Documentary filmmaker Greenfield speaks Oct. 11
 •  Mayoral candidates to speak at public forum
 •  Kamehameha Highway right lane will be closed
 •  Moanalua Freeway has night closures this week
 •  H-2 lanes to close nights at Kipapa Stream Bridge
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Praise for UH's unsung heroes
 •  Sharks snuff CaneFires, 7-3 Photo gallery
 •  Phillies overpower Brewers Photo gallery
 •  Praise for UH's unsung heroes
 •  Creamer wins Samsung
 •  Unbeaten Giants pummel Seahawks Photo gallery
 •  Colts rally for victory Photo gallery
 •  Miami LB McCarthy out for season
 •  NFL summaries
 •  Angels break through against Red Sox
 •  White Sox edge Rays Photo gallery
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Little time to savor big victory

Island Life
 •  True green
 •  Oberst goes it alone for his latest release
 •  Dollar retailers 'right for the times'
 •  Bidding wacky, preachy 'Legal' farewell
 •  Bring it: Kaimuki High School wants your recyclable waste this Saturday
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Hotels saw big slump in revenues this summer
 •  Unemployment insurance fund has enough, state says
 •  Hawaii fruit crop value up 7%, to $27.9 million
 •  'More Hawaii for less' campaign under way
 •  No Ka 'Oi
 •  U.S. getting crash course on Libor
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Novant Health selects TeamPraxis

 •  PUC must help sustain renewable momentum
 •  Palliative care crucial to humane end of life
 •  After VP debate, burden on McCain again
 •  Will 'Bradley effect' play out in 2008?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Bidding wacky, preachy 'Legal' farewell
 •  TGI Monday