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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 9, 2008

Breaking News
 •  BOE OKs $46.5 million budget reduction plan
 •  Grenades, bomb ingredients found in Big Island home
 •  Kohala man charged with shooting incident
 •  Man pleads guilty to running $3 million Honolulu gambling operation
 •  Mistaken OCCC release prompts system review
 •  Arson suspected in minor Young Street fire
 •  Big Island airline employee suspected of drug trafficking
 •  Hawai‘i County bans genetic modification of taro, coffee
 •  Humpback whales arrive in Hawai‘i waters
 •  Memorial fund set up for infant killed by dog
 •  Workshops planned on whale safety for boaters
 •  Inouye strongly defends Stevens' honor
 •  Six fishermen rescued from disabled vessel
 •  Census Bureau to begin recruiting Hawaii workers
 •  Dow falls 675 points, below 9,000 for first time since 2003
 •  Makakilo man surrenders unharmed after standoff
 •  Prominent coastal geologist assisting Kauai County
 •  Domestic violence march kicks off ‘White Ribbon’ campaign
 •  Cable TV procurement rule protested on Maui
 •  Satellites collect data on sea temperatures, reefs
 •  Surf: Small for now, bigger stuff on the way
 •  Weather: Sunny, warm and a few isolated showers
 •  Repair work on broken Kalihi water main continuing
 •  Police department honors pair for rescuing woman from burning car
 •  New Waiehu facility awarded national honor
 •  Kailua lineman Winchester-Makainai chooses Warriors
 •  Punahou athletic director Holden to retire at end of school year
 •  Phillies beat Dodgers 3-2 in NLCS opener
 •  Warriors DE Maka granted sixth season, can play immediately
 •  CFB: After loss to Hawaii, Fresno State might miss some fans, too
 •  NFL: Lions’ Kitna misses another practice with bad back
 •  NFL: ’Pacman’ won’t be punished by Cowboys for scuffle
 •  Golf: Ballesteros feeling better after dizzy spell
 •  NBA: Nets beat Heat in NBA Europe exhibition
 •  NFL: Browns’ Winslow misses practice
 •  NHL: Former NHL goalie recovering after shooting
 •  NFL: Redskins DE Jason Taylor returns to practice
 •  Preps: Girls volleyball standings
 •  Boxing: Holyfield offered fight with Valuev
 •  CFB: Auburn finds interim replacement for fired OC
 •  NFL: Given every chance, Pacman plays Cowboys Jerry Jones for a fool
 •  NFL: 49ers’ defense is vanilla, melted vanilla
 •  NFL: Saints injuries continue to mount
 •  Triathlon: 2-time cancer survivor tackles Ironman
 •  NFL: Favre meets with receivers to build chemistry
 •  CFB: USC QB Mark Sanchez returns to practice
 •  NFL: Jags WR Matt Jones ordered to drug court
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for this week's football, volleyball
 •  UH football: Willie K. to perform
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Ford Island parking open for Saturday's game
 •  Preps: Football standings
 •  Hawai‘i stocks continue their October swoon
 •  Hawaiian Air's Sept. passenger count up from year ago
 •  Aiona to address Native Hawaiian business group on ConCon
 •  Hoku Scientific enters $5M loan agreement with First Hawaiian
 •  Local company will participate in $1.2 million OTEC contract
 •  Premier Exhibitions reports lower earnings in latest quarter
 •  Story based on Hanauma Bay killing comes to Lifetime TV
 •  Reducing waste takes comprehensive effort
 •  Reef protection must be a worldwide cause

Local News
 •  Court hears Navy vs. whales
 •  Relatives search for answers at site of Hawaii fuel tank explosion Video
 •  Landfill's extended life span upheld
 •  Honolulu gas prices drop back under $4
 •  Mormon Temple in Laie to close for 18 months of renovations
 •  Tourism chief resigns Video
 •  Action call on reefs comes from Honolulu
 •  Burial Council to tour rail path
 •  Paul Takeuchi, 65, got his 4 wishes
 •  State tax receipts up 1.7% over '07
 •  HCC adds computer degree
 •  University for deaf tearing down its walls
 •  Chat addresses kids' drug concerns
 •  BOE meeting location changed
 •  Attorney calls teen murder suspect 'a little bewildered'
 •  Wilderness service trip into crater this weekend
 •  Stream cleanup, tree planting need volunteers
 •  Session on developing safe routes to schools
 •  Board of Education will answer questions Oct. 15
 •  Heart wellness program offered at med center
 •  Kamehameha Highway pothole repairs Saturday
 •  Explosive device found in Hawaiian Ocean View
 •  Join fight against domestic violence
 •  Investors still shaky despite rate cuts
 •  Markets bruised worldwide in downward spiral
 •  Monk detained despite asylum
 •  Community calendar
 •  Torpedo found at Bellows landfill
 •  Obituaries

 •  Galdeira returns to Warriors Video
 •  Canoe paddling is in their blood
 •  Nash plans practice instead of festivities
 •  Galdeira returns to Warriors Video
 •  Quarterback controversy? Certainly not at 'Iolani
 •  ADs bracing for DOE's budget cuts
 •  Games on TV
 •  This Week
 •  D-II football standings and statistics
 •  Oahu's courses show drop in rounds played
 •  Renovations at Princeville
 •  Holes in One
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Auburn fires offensive coordinator
 •  'Pacman' Jones involved in fight
 •  Utley, Howard must step up at the plate against Dodgers Photo gallery
 •  Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays matchup
 •  Ramirez still a big hit in Los Angeles Photo gallery
 •  Sharks, Honu win winter baseball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Recalling historic road wins

Island Life
 •  The TMI phenomenon
 •  Best-selling author leads quiet life in Honolulu
 •  Don't turn to antibiotics to help fight a cold
 •  Health calendar
 •  Don't pass the blame on weight
 •  'Bachelor' Andy Baldwin promotes youth fitness
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Keali'iwahamana, Beamer to serenade

 •  For-sale sign is posted at insurer AIG Hawaii
 •  Maui condo sales, prices take a dive; houses less so
 •  Down market hits one-year mark with no clear bottom
 •  New gaming, multi-viewing network service on Oceanic
 •  Double your view with extra computer screen
 •  Focus on Isle culture helps firm succeed
 •  Teens learn how to be savvy consumers in annual contest
 •  Rate of CEO turnover surges in harder times
 •  Hotel union activities challenged
 •  Rate cuts unlikely to immediately help you or the financial crisis
 •  Retailers post weak sales as patrons hold off on spending
 •  Walgreen drops $2.8B bid to buy Longs Drug Stores
 •  Matson reduces fuel surcharges
 •  Boeing, striking machinists set to resume talks
 •  Teens learn how to be savvy consumers in annual contest

 •  State needs more practical historic-buildings law
 •  Why Supreme Court matters in this race
 •  Those old, boring lessons are still the best
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Thursday