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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 8, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Rex Johnson resigns as tourism chief
 •  Aina Haina bank employee arrested in theft probe
 •  Repair work on broken Kalihi water main continuing
 •  Arson suspected in minor Young Street fire
 •  Torpedo found at Bellows landfill by contractor
 •  New Waiehu facility awarded national honor
 •  Police department honors pair for rescuing woman from burning car
 •  Campbell Industrial Park explosion victim identified
 •  Fire at Big Island waste plant causes $350,000 damage
 •  Honolulu notary pleads guilty to falsifying immigration info
 •  July-to-September state tax revenue up
 •  Oahu's average gas price drops below $4 a gallon for first time since May
 •  3 held for suspected explosives possession on Big Island
 •  Maui marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month
 •  Maui Land & Pine looking for new lending source
 •  Sen. Inouye may be called to testify in trial of Alaska Sen. Stevens
 •  Power restored in Hawaii Kai, Kuliouou
 •  Impersonators making bogus calls, HECO says
 •  Board of Education meeting moved to McKinley auditorium
 •  Burial council will tour rail transit route
 •  Honolulu sewage spills down for third straight quarter
 •  Summer Palace sewer work starts Monday
 •  Boy makes court appearance in '07 homicide
 •  Surf: 3 to 5 feet expected along eastern shores
 •  Weather: Trade winds due back by tomorrow
 •  Court wrestles with case on Navy sonar, whales
 •  Guyton Galdeira rejoins Warrior football team
 •  Baseball: NCAA changes measure of bat performance
 •  NBA: Laker coach Phil Jackson’s legs improved
 •  NBA: Magic spoil Larry Brown’s preseason debut with Bobcats
 •  NFL: Rodgers has ’no doubt’ he’ll play against Seahawks
 •  NBA: Cavs release deaf reserve center Allred
 •  NFL: Broncos won’t have Young, Scheffler against Jags
 •  NFL: Colts lose starting CB for Ravens game
 •  NBA: Haywood needs wrist surgery; Jamison’s knee OK
 •  NFL: Brady had surgery a month after injury
 •  CFB: Auburn's Tuberville fires OC amid offensive struggles
 •  MLB: Matsuzaka to open for Red Sox against Rays
 •  MLB: Yankees scrap closing ceremony at stadium
 •  NFL: Rams release, then re-sign Kennison
 •  NFL: Jets S Smith loses appeal of 1-game suspension
 •  CBKB: N Carolina’s Ginyard out 8 weeks with foot injury
 •  NFL: Saints put Gramatica on IR, sign Mehlhaff
 •  MLB: Cubs pick up pitcher Rich Harden’s $7 million option
 •  NFL: Rams wide receiver to undergo more brain tests
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  Olympics: IOC to retest all doping samples from Beijing
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for this week's football, volleyball
 •  MLB playoffs: East coast or west, Torre proves why he’s best
 •  Cycling: International body clears Armstrong for comeback race
 •  CFB: Maualuga closer to USC return; status of Sanchez uncertain
 •  ECU suspends WR Bryant for violating team rules
 •  Tennis: Australian Open announces purse increase
 •  Olympic gold medalist Bryan Clay to host free clinics
 •  CFB: Freshman answers casting call for scout team QB at Washington St.
 •  NBA: Bynum could be bound for Lakers bench
 •  NBA: Blazers unleash 'beast,' but Oden admits he's not all the way back yet
 •  NBA: Clippers coach Dunleavy named GM, replacing Baylor
 •  UH football: Willie K. to perform
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  UH football: Ford Island parking open for Saturday's game
 •  Hawaii banks lower prime lending rates after Fed rate cut
 •  Local auto dealers group elects officers for 2009
 •  ResortQuest rewards travel agents with incentive program
 •  ResortQuest lays off 41 workers at Maui Lu Hotel
 •  Oceanic Time Warner launches interactive programing
 •  Fed, central banks cut rates to aid world economy
 •  Honolulu commercial real estate market ranks high
 •  Island Insurance offers discount for multiple policies
 •  Matson cuts fuel surcharge twice in two months
 •  Retailers report weak September sales
 •  Walgreen Co. withdraws bid to buy Longs Drug Stores
 •  Stocks zigzag, end lower after emergency rate cut
 •  Cordeiro of New Hope recuperating after heart surgery
 •  Spiritual Book Club to kick off with 'Secret Life of Bees'
 •  State needs more practical historic-buildings law

Local News
 •  Teen to stand trial as adult Video
 •  4-day work week pilot expands
 •  DeWayne McKinney dies in accident
 •  Fuel tank explosion kills welder in Hawaii Photo gallery Video
 •  Republic Airways may step into Hawaii interisland market
 •  Stock market downturn may delay some Hawaii retirements
 •  T. Campos, world-class polo player, horseman
 •  Economic grapple offers no shakeup
 •  Troopergate data nearly completed
 •  Police chief to step down at year's end
 •  New director, deputy for housing department
 •  Collision of motorcycles kills man, injures another
 •  Water festival helps kids learn about resources
 •  Low-sodium, low-fat cooking demo Oct. 18
 •  Kupuna to share stories at 'This Place' workshop
 •  Grief workshop Oct. 18 offers practical advice
 •  Forum on Maunalua Bay includes NOAA panelist
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Authentic? Let's stick a fork in it

 •  Satele goes to great pains to stay on field Photo gallery Video
 •  Anger management key to Aku's boxing success
 •  Punahou sweeps No. 2 'Iolani Photo gallery
 •  Satele goes to great pains to stay on field Photo gallery Video
 •  Punahou sweeps No. 2 'Iolani Photo gallery
 •  Football Standings and Division I Statistics
 •  Prep notices
 •  This week's events
 •  Games on TV
 •  Lanikai tunes up for run at Shell Va'a
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Winning a real wakeup call
 •  Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Philadelphia Phillies Matchup
 •  Phillies' Victorino puts historic blast in the past
 •  Gusman, Medcalf give Rutgers soccer a boost
 •  Stanford's Chun trails by one shot in Washington
 •  Olympian Clay to conduct clinics
 •  CaneFires, BeachBoys win in Winter Baseball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  LaTech, UH facing rough road

Island Life
 •  'Miss Saigon' at Paliku works on every level
 •  'History Boys' charms with bold acting
 •  Bloom at Oahu Buddhist event
 •  The Spanish revolution
 •  Guinness beer enriches slow-cooker beef stew
 •  Fake food has nourished, nauseated us for ages
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Wine goes well with tailgating
 •  Hearty breakfast 'casserole' gets healthy, light treatment
 •  Cook creamy scrambled eggs
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

 •  Coldwell holding 10-day home sale
 •  Manu Kai wins contract for Navy's Pacific Missile Range
 •  Fed breaks new ground — loans to private companies
 •  Kaiser seeks rate increase affecting 167,000 members Video
 •  Slack Big Island economy may get public-building boost
 •  General Growth stock plummets under debt stress
 •  Nikkei plunges to 5-year low
 •  Bailout in hand, AIG execs gave selves a $440,000 party
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Former Maui Pine workers get aid
 •  Alcoa suspends buybacks as profits fall 52%

 •  Windward-area endorsements
 •  Candidates: Stick to the issues
 •  The best of times, the worst of times
 •  Kobayashi bets on volatility of rail
 •  Authentic? Let's stick a fork in it
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'History Boys' charms with bold acting
 •  TGI Wednesday