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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 16, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Report: Welder caused fatal explosion
 •  Teen charged in robbery of security guard
 •  Waiçanae man arrested in Internet sex case
 •  Hawaii expert issued warning about killer
 •  Hawaii students to get free flu shots
 •  Teen indicted in Ewa Beach murder
 •  Akaka defends housing law
 •  Schofield Barracks soldier killed in Iraq fighting
 •  Maui woman gets probation, weekends in jail for drug conviction
 •  Big Isle police seek information on moped crash
 •  Matson lowers fuel surcharge
 •  VA document shredding brings investigation
 •  Stevens says he never tried to hide gifts
 •  Maui pharmacy expands despite slow economy
 •  eWaste Disposal Day set for Oct. 24, 25 on Kauai
 •  Woman arrested after stabbing fiance twice
 •  Used Marine mattresses heading for recycling bin
 •  Meeting set on scope of Ala Wai Watershed EIS
 •  Hawaii caregivers conference set for Nov. 1
 •  Surf: 3-5 feet expected along east-facing shores
 •  Weather: Trades are due back in town today
 •  Kailua woman arrested over credit card fraud
 •  Seatbelt violation leads to stolen vehicle arrests
 •  Red Sox rally from 7-0 deficit to stay alive
 •  Suzann Pettersen takes first-round lead at Kapalua
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep past Utah State
 •  MLB: Victorino's family to postpone grandmother's funeral
 •  NCAA clears UH QB Rausch, but too late for tomorrow's game
 •  Boise State seeks revenge against Hawaii
 •  TCU puts end to BYU’s 16-game winning streak
 •  CBKB: 3 Nevada basketball players suspended indefinitely
 •  Golf: Zach Johnson on top again in Las Vegas
 •  MLB: World Series Game 6 pushed back by 8 minutes
 •  CFB: Mtn West sending team to Humanitarian Bowl in 2009
 •  MLB: Four more wins!’ Excited fans greet Phillies
 •  NFL: First $1,000 Super Bowl tickets
 •  Golf: Ballesteros has complication after brain surgery
 •  NFL: Despite broken pinkie, Romo throws, wants to play vs. Rams
 •  MLB playoffs: What’s next for the Dodgers
 •  CFB: Ponder, Smith lead Seminoles past Wolfpack
 •  Golf: Tom Watson has hip replacement surgery
 •  Jaguars’ Mike Walker released from hospital
 •  NFL: Rams OT Orlando Pace optimistic he’ll start Sunday
 •  CFB: Spiller out, Harper needs surgery
 •  MLB: Steelers’ Parker doesn’t practice again
 •  MLB: Will rest make Phillies rusty?
 •  MLS: Galaxy again to play in Australia, New Zealand
 •  MLB: Ex-Yankee Tom Tresh dies at 71
 •  Olympics: 2010 Olympics committee running deficit
 •  Golf: LPGA loses another title sponsor at Trump’s place
 •  NFL: Chiefs’ Larry Johnson to miss Sunday’s game
 •  NFL: Vikings agree to deal with LB Napoleon Harris
 •  Tennis: Federer passes Sampras as tennis’s top money earner
 •  NFL: Winslow back with Browns
 •  NFL: Giants’ Tynes says he’s kicking against 49ers
 •  NBA: Heat take another hit, lose Jones for 3 months
 •  Boxing: Hasegawa defeats Valdez in WBC bantamweight bout
 •  Figure skating: Two-time world champion Lambiel retires at 23
 •  Soccer: English officials look into possible match-fixing
 •  Track and field: Dibaba's 5,000 record ratified by IAAF
 •  Study says 1,055 athletes were injured at Olympics
 •  NFL: Trading Roy Williams means Lions’ season is history
 •  MLB: Willie Randolph may join the Nationals
 •  NFL: Trade to Cowboys prompts celebration for Roy Williams’ family
 •  CFB: Once a star, now Ohio State QB Boeckman doesn’t play
 •  Auto racing: Hamilton vows to stick with aggressive approach
 •  NFL: Cowboys' obsession a shameful addiction
 •  Auto racing: F1 drivers call for overhaul of steward system
 •  Golf: U.S. leads after 1st round of Eisenhower Trophy
 •  MLB: Indians exercise Carroll’s $2.5 million option
 •  CBKB: Saint Joe’s extends Martelli through 2015-16
 •  NFL: Jets’ Smith says fine, suspension were too steep
 •  CFB: Fans’ Recruiting Pitches Are Catching On
 •  NFL: Last time in Oakland, Brett Favre was on top of his game despite family tragedy
 •  NFL: Harrison gives new meaning to marvelous reputation
 •  Disney releases details for Ko Olina resort that would create 1,000 jobs
 •  Congress urged to fund $42M in 'ready-to-go' Hawaii highway projects
 •  CVS extends tender offer for Longs Drug shares
 •  First Insurance offers ID theft protection
 •  HIFF adds free shows, appearances and additional film times
 •  'Lost' actors to do The Bard at HTY benefit
 •  Central candidates hear call for schools, traffic

Local News
 •  Murder suspect 'intoxicated'
 •  State tops in insured residents
 •  Lingle criticizes Obama as indecisive
 •  Funding uncertain for Kobayashi's $2.5B Oahu highway plan Video
 •  Honolulu City Council favors legalizing new B&B operations Video
 •  Hawaiian Electric customers still waiting for '06 outage payments
 •  Mayoral forum turns a bit testy Video
 •  Maui limit on B&Bs goes to full council for vote
 •  Gloves come off in final debate Photo gallery
 •  Economy worsening, Fed chief says
 •  Lunar robot to take test drive on Mauna Kea
 •  Distortions by both abound, from taxes to healthcare
 •  Meet Joe the plumber, debate touchstone
 •  Early walk-in voting on most islands allowed as of Tuesday
 •  No charge for that cell-phone tower
 •  Levinson says he'll retire from high court on Dec. 31
 •  Big seat belts on small buses
 •  Underdog school district wins $1M
 •  HPU grant will help ESL studies
 •  NCAA report shows grad rates at all-time highs
 •  Airport loses power during systems test
 •  Magic by Great Davidio free at library Thursday
 •  Recycle scrap, clothes, appliances, more Oct. 25
 •  Maintenance building at golf course gets blessing
 •  Freeway left lanes near Middle St. closed tonight
 •  Homecoming parade, rally, concert tomorrow
 •  H-1 Freeway lanes will close tonight for repairs
 •  Hilo motorcyclist dies after running into dog
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Error on form leaves QB Rausch at home
 •  Newcomers come ready to play
 •  Moanalua's air riflery program on target
 •  Aggies match up with 'Bows
 •  Calif. prep player gives UH verbal commitment for '10
 •  UH volleyball statistics
 •  Rainbows set to take on alumni Saturday
 •  Error on form leaves QB Rausch at home
 •  Moanalua's air riflery program on target
 •  Kalani's Costa named to World Cup team
 •  OIA girls volleyball playoffs open today
 •  D-II football statistics
 •  This week
 •  'Iolani's Chan tops John A. Burns Challenge Cup amateur team
 •  Welch to represent Ka'anapali
 •  Kapalua LPGA Classic has Maui back on Tour
 •  LPGA will be dressed Passionately Pink at Kapalua
 •  Holes in One
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Cool with Justin, Vegas
 •  Phillies capture NL crown Photo gallery
 •  Rays to pitch Kazmir Photo gallery
 •  CaneFires roll past Sharks
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  BSU foes' blues go beyond turf

Island Life
 •  A natural fit
 •  'Fall' a varied modern dance concert
 •  Silent liver disease plagues overweight kids
 •  Health calendar
 •  Carrots, other 'good' foods aren't so great
 •  Post your community project online
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Pals plan benefit for Lisa Josephsohn

 •  Central Pacific expects 3rd-quarter profit
 •  Hawaii companies' export efforts hailed
 •  Group against high rises in Kaka'ako area
 •  Airfares could head back down with Mokulele deal Video
 •  Alternatives to iPods for those on tight budget
 •  Self-employed? Get coverage
 •  Fed notes weakening of economy, tourism in Isles
 •  Local issues plummet with Dow
 •  September auto sales lead retail downturn
 •  Nation confronts possibility of deep, extended recession
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Banks to simplify check processing
 •  eBay shares drop amid low forecast for 4th quarter
 •  Self-employed? Get coverage

 •  Debate puts key issues under voter spotlight
 •  Ocean protection plan could be a milestone
 •  Verdict remains: Iraq surge was unnecessary
 •  Time for U.S. to stop playing blame game
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  State of the arts
 •  TGI Thursday