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Articles for October 15, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Sigrah drunk when he stabbed woman to death, prosecutor says
 •  City Council moves bed-and breakfast bill to committee for more study
 •  Hilo man dies after motorcycle crash
 •  Kailua woman arrested over credit card fraud
 •  Today's the deadline to file for stimulus check
 •  Memorial service tonight for Hawaii reservist
 •  Warped facts in presidential debate
 •  Woman arrested after stabbing fiance twice
 •  Seatbelt violation leads to stolen vehicle arrests
 •  Hannemann, Kobayashi debate mass transit
 •  Lunar explorer robot tests planned on Mauna Kea
 •  Power briefly lost at Honolulu Airport tower during electrical test
 •  Hawaii Supreme Court Justice Levinson to retire this year
 •  'Bounty Hunter' celebrating 100th episode tonight in Waikiki
 •  Coast Guard helps 3 in separate cases at Midway Atoll
 •  Lingle releases $3.3M toward water project funds
 •  Stocks plunge anew as retail sales show steep drop
 •  Crash reported inside Kaneohe-bound H-3 tunnel
 •  Florendo named ĎJurist of the Yearí
 •  Coast Guard rescues sailor who departed from Hawaii
 •  Electrical service restored to parts of Pearl City
 •  Waipahu power outage leads to school closures
 •  Mexicoís peso declines on recession concern, falling oil prices
 •  Surf: North Shore back down to 5-8 feet today
 •  Weather: Vog expected to lift by this afternoon
 •  Kauai shooting victim identified
 •  Diamond Head trail, park to close for maintenance
 •  Next stop for Victorino, Phillies: World Series
 •  Kalani High's Tani Costa on U.S. Under-17 World Cup roster
 •  Warrior QB Rausch not eligible for Boise State because of clerical error
 •  MLB playoffs: Hamelsí earns NLCS MVP
 •  Preps: KS-Maui improves to 9-0 with sweep of Seabury Hall
 •  NFL: Suspended Pacman Jones begins alcohol treatment
 •  NBA: Bobcats retain picks Morrison, Dudley
 •  NBA: Eddie Jones will not play for Pacers
 •  NFL: McCargo fails physical, voiding trade with Colts
 •  NFL: 49ers OT Staley remembers ugly trip to Giants Stadium
 •  CFB: The State of Washington isnít so good
 •  NFL: Raiders have high hopes for healthy McFadden
 •  Golf: Seve Ballesteros comes through brain surgery
 •  Beijing reopens tourist spot two months after Olympic murder
 •  NFL: Parkerís status uncertain following knee flareup
 •  NBA: Overseas play a possibility for Magic forward Hedo Turkoglu
 •  NFL: Dolphins miffed by comments about Cameron
 •  NFL: New punter for Redskins
 •  NFL: Peyton Manning hid second surgery because of opponents
 •  CFB: Wisconsin band will travel to play during Packers game
 •  MLB: Ken Griffey Jr. has left knee scoped
 •  NFL: Light, Kaczur, Green miss Patriots practice
 •  CFB: Notre Dame TE Yeatman suspended for the season
 •  NBA: Thunderís D.J. White has jaw surgery
 •  NFL: WR Henry surprised by íPacmaní suspension
 •  CFB: Memphis mascot, a Bengal tiger, dies at age 17
 •  CFB: Clemson prez: No state funds in Bowdenís buyout
 •  CFB: Johnsonís big spread means big production for Tech
 •  Yankee Stadiumís final home run ball to sell at Oct. 18 auction
 •  NFL: Colts put RB Mike Hart on injured reserve
 •  NFL: NFL owners discuss potential spring exhibitions
 •  MLB: Rays swap starters for Game 5 against Boston
 •  Horse racing: Former Wis. governor heads racing safety alliance
 •  Olympics: Chinese champion in trouble after fracas
 •  NHL: Thousands turn out for funeral of Rangers prospect
 •  Cycling: Racers caught doping face 4-year ban next season
 •  CFB: Halfway through Pac-10 season, time to hand out awards
 •  NFL: Eagles watch trade deadline pass, release Tony Hunt
 •  NFL: What part of íbodyguardí didnít Pacman understand?
 •  Tennis: Ginepri upsets Davydenko at Madrid Masters
 •  Community group rallies against Kakaako redevelopment plan
 •  Subway opens new sandwich shop in Kahala Mall
 •  State's 'RegAlert' program used for first time
 •  Central Pacific Financial expects 3rd-quarter profit
 •  Hawaii banks will move to new check-clearing system
 •  Mokulele Airlines teams with Republic to expand interisland jet service
 •  Hawaii beef, pork production inch higher in Aug.
 •  Fed economic report cites Hawaii tourism weakness
 •  AIG executives spent thousands during hunting trip
 •  Local stocks slump as Wall Street takes pounding
 •  Native American Episcopal bishop to speak here Oct. 26
 •  Debate puts key issues under voter spotlight

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Local News
 •  Inmate files $750,000 claim over sex assault by prison electrician
 •  High court takes ferry appeal
 •  Aunt plans appeal to no-contest plea in child abuse case
 •  Hawaii consumers cutting energy use
 •  ConCon debate about changes in Hawaii ó and pivotal Nov. 4 vote Photo gallery Video
 •  Kobayashi proposes elevated EzWay highway for Oahu
 •  Mint to roll out Hawaii quarters
 •  Dialysis coming to Hana residents
ELECTION
 •  Campaigns point fingers over alleged voter fraud
 •  '60s activist avoids comment on Obama campaign
EDUCATION
 •  No Child Left Behind scores bring honors to 3 Isle schools Photo gallery
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Bottomfish not as depleted as thought
BIG ISLAND
 •  Driver found dead in truck in roadside brush
MAUI
 •  Alu Like workshops on tracing family history
KAUA'I
 •  Garage shooting victim's name released by police
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Principal engineer will discuss rail transit today
 •  Highway resurfacing will close lanes this week
 •  Habitat for Humanity taking home applications
 •  Diamond Head summit trail closing for a month
OTHER NEWS
 •  Salutes
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
JERRY BURRIS
 •  So, just what are Lingle's priorities?

Sports
 •  Warriors' Savaiigaea may need surgery Photo gallery
 •  Nash hopes snub in polls fires up 'Bows
 •  Victorino fueling Phillies' postseason
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Warriors' Savaiigaea may need surgery Photo gallery
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Buffanblu topple Warriors Photo gallery
 •  Kaimuki field gets makeover
 •  Football standings and statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  This week's events
GOLF
 •  Worldwide field tees up for Kapalua LPGA
FOOTBALL
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Cardinals'upset not upsetting to winner
BASEBALL
 •  Rays roll to 3-1 ALCS lead
HOMEGROWN REPORT
 •  Cyr opens with sizzling 12-under 60 en route to victory
ISLE FILE
 •  Honu power past BeachBoys, 14-5
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Getting WAC-ed in volleyball

Island Life
THEATER
 •  'Pay Attention' will keep you intrigued
FASHION
 •  Sarah Palin's style: unpretentious, one of the gals
PEOPLE
 •  Maggie Q sees Hollywood bias
TASTE
 •  Dress up instant ramen
 •  Poorly nuked food can make you sick
 •  'Mom' was Sansei's 'hostess with mostest'
 •  Culinary calendar
CAROL DEVENOT
 •  Tasty recipe from Russia with love
RECIPE DOCTOR
 •  Lighter Halloween cookie still a tasty treat
QUICK BITES
 •  Noticeably less ice cream for your money
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

Business
 •  Isles score low in renewable study
 •  State move to digital bumped up to Jan. 15
 •  Despite critics, free-market intervention is nothing new
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Rolling Stone switches to an easier-to-handle format
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Inouye labeled a 'prolific porker'
 •  Budget deficit at $454.8B for fiscal 2008, double '07

Opinion
 •  Advertiser endorsements for Maui, Kauai races
COMMENTARY
 •  Let the leader lead
DAVID SHAPIRO
 •  Jobs, economy are part of rail debate
JERRY BURRIS
 •  So, just what are Lingle's priorities?
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  'Pay Attention' will keep you intrigued
 •  TGI Wednesday