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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 14, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Live debate: Do we need a ConCon?
 •  State Supreme Court to hear Superferry law challenge
 •  Live debate: Do we need a ConCon?
 •  Hawaii commemorative coin, the final state quarter, struck at Denver Mint
 •  Kauai shooting victim identified
 •  3 state schools named Blue Ribbon institutions
 •  Possible shark sighting reported off Kualoa
 •  Maui veterans schedule rally Friday
 •  Health Department names incentive award winners
 •  EWaste recycling drive to be held Oct. 25
 •  Diamond Head trail, park to close for maintenance
 •  City's rail transit plan is topic of St. Andrew forums
 •  City distributing rail transit brochure
 •  Surf: Advisory continues for north-facing shores
 •  Weather: Passing showers likely today
 •  Crash barrier replacement to delay west-bound H-1 traffic
 •  Former UH and current Cowboys punter McBriar out for year
 •  Rays rap Red Sox, 13-4, take 3-1 ALCS lead
 •  Lopresti column: Rays outclassing Red Sox
 •  UH men picked 7th by coaches, 8th by media in WAC hoops preseason poll
 •  Groundbreaking begins for Ching Athletic Complex
 •  UH women picked 6th by media, 7th by coaches in WAC hoops preseason poll
 •  Victorino does it all for Phillies
 •  Southeastern Conference to use some sports TV revenue for academics
 •  Inaugural Kapalua LPGA course draws praise
 •  Cowboys acquire all-pro receiver Roy Williams from Lions
 •  Today's 3 p.m. Winter Baseball League game postponed
 •  MLB playoffs: Ellsbury, Baldelli sit for Game 4 of ALCS
 •  Nastia Liukin honored as Sportswoman of Year
 •  NFL: Redskins sign running back Shaun Alexander, NFL’s MVP in 2005
 •  MLB: Bosox 3B Lowell out for year, set for hip surgery
 •  This Shane’s no Hollywood hero
 •  MLB playoffs: Trade for Stairs sure turned out to be big deal for Phillies
 •  NBA: Bosh powers Raptors past CSKA Moscow in exhibition
 •  NBA: Celtics beat Cavaliers 90-86 in preseason game
 •  NBA: Clippers spoil Thunder’s Oklahoma City debut
 •  NBA: 76ers beat Knicks in D’Antoni’s home debut
 •  Canseco charged with misdemeanor drug smuggling
 •  NFL: Bills trade DT McCargo to Colts
 •  CFB: Not every Buckeye thinks Pryor should be lone QB
 •  NFL: Giants QB Eli Manning bruised chest in Browns loss
 •  NFL: TE Tony Gonzalez staying in Kansas City
 •  Steinbrenner Foundation pledges $1 Million for MIT Stadium
 •  NBA: Telfair suspended for 3 games after gun charge
 •  NBA: Hornets beat Wizards in preseason game in Berlin
 •  NFL: Lions place Kitna on injured reserve
 •  NHL: Russia opens investigation Into Rangers draft pick’s death
 •  NFL: Cowboys' Adam Jones suspended again
 •  NFL: Chiefs RB Johnson faces third assault charge
 •  Golf: Bermuda to host Grand Slam for next 2 years
 •  NBA to develop events arenas beginning in Shanghai
 •  NFL: Making the case to oust Mike Nolan as 49ers coach
 •  NFL: Saints hope they’ve ended error-prone ways
 •  NFL: Bears secondary shorthanded after loss at Atlanta
 •  Victorino doesn’t mind the booing on road as long as Phillies keep winning
 •  NFL: Saints sign DE Charleston, cut WR Cooper
 •  NFL: Seahawks sign RB Forsett, release WR Bumpus
 •  NBA requires stress tests after string of heart problems
 •  MLB: Yankees fire Meacham, Monteleone
 •  NFL: Steelers, Ward puzzled by multiple roughness fines
 •  CFB: North Carolina’s best playmaker Brandon Tate out for season
 •  NFL: Seahawks QB Hasselbeck visits specialist in Los Angeles
 •  Soccer: Team given two-game home ban for racism
 •  Longs shareholders have until tomorrow to vote on CVS offer
 •  Best Western International to hold annual meeting here
 •  Big Island hospital hires IT services company
 •  Government moves again to unclog credit lines
 •  Oil falls on skepticism U.S. plan will bolster economy, demand
 •  Stocks turns lower as profit-taking sets in
 •  HIFF feature, documentary awards announced
 •  Homeless awareness events planned in November around Islands
 •  Concert with madrigal music planned at Lutheran church Oct. 26
 •  HIFF announces annual award recipients
 •  Maggie Q: Good Hollywood roles rare for Asians
 •  'Las Vegas Tenors' ticket sales Saturday
 •  Advertiser endorsements for Maui, Kauaçi races

Local News
 •  In ConCon fight, roles are reversed
 •  Fourth visitor in 2 days drowns in Kauai waters
 •  Attacks in rail debate intensify Video
 •  Isle helicopters could face more checks
 •  Senate committee says DBEDT chief may have acted illegally
 •  Family and friends mourn McCully stabbing victim Video
 •  New plan lifts market, hopes
 •  Rally's staying power still uncertain
 •  Swell to remain high until tonight Photo gallery Video
 •  Services set for businessman killed in wreck
 •  Obama, McCain focus on troubled economy Photo gallery
 •  Politicians debate need for ConCon in televised forum
 •  Two Honolulu schools to get Blue Ribbons
 •  Convict admits killing elderly Hilo woman in 1987
 •  Relief route project focus of Oct. 22 meeting
 •  Maui cattle ranchers tout quality of local beef
 •  Wailua man, 22, faces murder charge in fatal Kapahi shooting
 •  Work furlough escapee captured before dawn
 •  Man sought in robbery of UH security guard
 •  Hawaiian quilting takes center stage at library
 •  Entertainment, market on tap for country fair
 •  15 Craigside Place hosts free seminar for seniors
 •  H-1 Freeway eastbound lane to close in Kapolei
 •  Community calendar
 •  Diver who died had heart disease
 •  Obituaries
 •  Coin game offers taste of Vegas

 •  Pay to play suits Warriors' Maka
 •  New hoops event brings UH national exposure Video
 •  On 'mourning' after, Shoji calls for 6:30 practice
 •  Pay to play suits Warriors' Maka
 •  Leilehua's passing offense in good hands with Dumlao
 •  Week in review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  This week's events
 •  Browns cut Giants down to size, 35-14
 •  Cowboys QB Romo breaks pinkie
 •  Phillies take control of NLCS Photo gallery
 •  Mead gets on-the-job training
 •  Monster mashes lead Rays past Red Sox, 9-1 Photo gallery
 •  Hilo soccer starts 3-0 in conference
 •  Lee loses wrestling match at World Championships
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Times are a-changin' in athletics

Island Life
 •  Safe way home
 •  Do-it-yourself cape is like 4 costumes in one
 •  Years later, she's still standing on her own
 •  'Witch' elements shine in 'Quarantine'
 •  Artists put 'Freedom First'
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

 •  Stocks up in Europe as bailouts top $2 trillion
 •  All 11 Hawaii issues benefit from surge
 •  Surge in violence, suicides big concern in tough times
 •  Keeping battleship afloat amid slump Audio
 •  Morgan Stanley, bolstered by $9B lifeline, mulling buyouts
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  Vacant warehouse space steady
 •  Aborted Longs bid lowers rating for Walgreen Co.

 •  Our endorsements in Big Island legislative races
 •  The many tacks of McCain's campaign
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Witch' elements shine in 'Quarantine'
 •  TGI Tuesday