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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 20, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Obama coming home to visit ailing grandmother
 •  Obama's tutu a female pioneer in Hawaii banking
 •  Marine debris expert speaking in Honolulu
 •  Firefighters checking on smoke from warehouse
 •  Maui Fire has three new captains
 •  Big Island store employee accused of theft
 •  Koala’s March cookies being recalled in Hawaii
 •  Police investigating attempted murders in Waianae, Wahiawa
 •  Ewa Mart robbery suspect facing federal charges
 •  Kakaako man sentenced in 2006 pedestrian death
 •  Aiea woman, 76, dies from car-crash injuries
 •  Manoa robbery suspects charged
 •  Navy Region Hawaii to get new commander
 •  Automated refuse service begins on Maui
 •  State teacher of the year announcement due Thursday
 •  Driver sought in hit-and-run incident
 •  Branch chief named for housing corporation
 •  FAA splits controller duties, streamlines training
 •  Maui students tour NCL cruise ship
 •  Anti-rail group pushes for equal time
 •  Not guilty plea entered in fatal stabbing
 •  Wall Street higher on hopes of credit recovery
 •  Two arrested in Waianae attempted murder case
 •  Mohouli and Kumukoa intersection getting traffic light
 •  Maui officer honored for domestic violence work
 •  Poll: Fish, beef top Americans’ concerns about food safety
 •  NATO: 20 insurgents killed west of Afghan capital
 •  Mayoral candidates to debate Oct. 28
 •  Teen stabbed multiple times in Wahiawa
 •  US Navy: Crew held by Somali pirates healthy
 •  Frequent flyers redeem miles to beat higher fares
 •  NASA to honor Hawaii during November launch
 •  Obama: Powell will have a role in administration
 •  Bush open to second stimulus
 •  Search resumes for missing kayaker off Big Island
 •  Tobacco `Death Clock’ shows almost 40 million dead
 •  Southern swell starting to subside
 •  Chopper locates missing hiker on Big Island
 •  Supreme Court will decide identity theft case
 •  A look at where McCain, Obama stand on key issues
 •  Light rainfall expected in some areas today
 •  Reminder: Diamond Head trail closed today for a month
 •  World markets rise amid Wall Street optimism
 •  Taliban gunmen kill Christian aid worker in Kabul
 •  Leading indicators rise in September
 •  Gasoline prices tumble despite likely OPEC cuts
 •  Britain releases UFO files, dispels some mysteries
 •  Tainted feed kills 1,500 Chinese dogs bred for fur
 •  Internet, cellphones may strengthen family unit, study finds
 •  Warriors' Pilares out three weeks with foot injury
 •  CFB: WAC reaches conditional agreement with MWC's Poinsettia Bowl
 •  UH's Fukuroku named WAC soccer player of the week
 •  Preps: OIA football playoff schedule changed
 •  NFL: 49ers fire Nolan 7 games into 4th losing season
 •  Golf: Tiger Woods back at Torrey Pines as caddie
 •  NFL: Patriots put RB Maroney on injured reserve
 •  MLB: Lincecum, Lee are named baseball’s top pitchers by union peers
 •  UH basketball season tickets go on sale today
 •  NBA: Baron Davis might play in season opener
 •  NBA: Nets’ Boone ruled out after rapid heartbeat
 •  UH football: Little Leaguers, UH diver honored Saturday
 •  NBA: Vujacic returns to Lakers practice
 •  NFL: Chiefs’ Johnson being investigated in new case
 •  NFL: Bengals LB Keith Rivers set for surgery on jaw
 •  CFB: Injuries mount as Kentucky heads to Swamp
 •  Rays’ pennant-clinching win is most watched in cable history
 •  CFB: Sherer officially Wisconsin’s starter at QB
 •  MLB: A’s bring back Ellis for at least 2 years
 •  MLB: Vegas odds favor Rays to win Series over Phillies
 •  MLB: Boston Red Sox 3B Mike Lowell has hip surgery
 •  NFL: Browns Hall of Famer Gene Hickerson dies
 •  NFL: Jury selection begins in NFL retirees trial
 •  NBA: Williams has MRI on sprained ankle
 •  NBA: Celtics waive F Darius Miles
 •  NFL: Marcus Vick guilty of drunken driving
 •  NFL: Jerry Jones: Pacman has entered alcohol treatment
 •  MLB: Cubs give Hendry 4-year extension
 •  NFL: Cowboy players quit on Wade Phillips
 •  NFL: Browns’ Winslow says he had staph infection
 •  NFL: More of the same utter wretchedness from these 49ers
 •  Rutgers wants $2 million a year for naming rights of stadium
 •  CFB: Cody to miss at least 2 weeks for Alabama
 •  Cowboys, Yankees form company for new stadiums
 •  Olympics: Cadbury named as sponsor of 2012 Games in London
 •  7 Russian athletes banned for doping
 •  UH men's, women's hoops teams available for photos, autographs
 •  UH season-ticket holders get discount for this week's football, volleyball games
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  MLB: Yankees’ Chamberlain due in court Dec. 17
 •  MLB: Kerrigan hired as Pirates pitching coach
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for upcoming football, volleyball games
 •  State encouraging professionals to renew licenses online
 •  Local substance abuse program wins $50k federal grant
 •  Report: Marijuana use down at local businesses
 •  Hawai‘i unemployment rate climbs to 4.5% in Sept.
 •  Sea captain's talks address 'plague' of ocean plastics
 •  "Hawaii Calls" concert coming to Hawaii Theatre
 •  Wheel of Fortune tapes on the Big Island
 •  Harris United offering free parenting workshop
 •  Temari's Trash & Treasure benefit on Sunday

Local News
 •  Kauai mayoral hopefuls fight on
 •  Akaka's energy record praised
 •  Celebrating health and fitness Photo gallery
 •  Stryker project will create jobs in Hawaii
 •  Hawaii making plans for larger, modernized emergency center
 •  Honolulu mayoral candidate cites fiscal prudence as a top priority
 •  Diamond Head to close for 1 month
 •  Republican Powell picks Obama
 •  Preserving Isles is author's goal
 •  Search continues for missing Big Isle kayaker
 •  Neighborhood board holding political forum
 •  Mayoral candidates to attend forum at LCC
 •  Right west-bound H-1 lane closed for repairs
 •  Meeting looks at issues for the legislative session
 •  Volunteers from Japan offer food to homeless
 •  Evening event includes film, dinner and music
 •  State ID cards available for Moloka'i residents
 •  Symphony surprises prove to be pleasant
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Pressel posts emotional win
 •  UH soccer team tops San Jose State Photo gallery
 •  Texas is No. 1 in first BCS standings Video
 •  Raiders give boot to Jets in overtime Photo gallery
 •  Packers hammer Colts, 34-14 Photo gallery
 •  Rams lasso Cowboys Photo gallery
 •  NFL summaries
 •  Miami's Bess gets first TD of career
 •  Hip, hip, hoo-Ray for Tampa Bay
 •  CaneFires sweep through Honu
 •  Phillies-Rays: Who would've thunk it?
 •  Hawaii's Lajola advances
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  NCAA dropped the ball

Island Life
 •  Recycling the other stuff
 •  Old shirt makes snappy laptop bag
 •  Trimming tech budget in tight economy takes work
 •  'Heroes' a pretty enjoyable gig for 'old fogey' actor
 •  Nicole Richie riles things up on 'Chuck'
 •  Chew on this
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Vegas feeling squeeze of financial crisis
 •  5 tourism jobs perfect for outgoing, city-savvy people
 •  Tight credit sinks plans for those who buy, build pools
 •  Japanese tourists now 'vanishing' from U.S.
 •  Premium air travel down 1.5%
 •  State boards discipline 12 with fines, probation
 •  Waterford Crystal moving out of Ireland
 •  When money's tight, companies give time instead
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Kauai
 •  Bad times a boon for PCLender

 •  Rising food costs demand a stepped-up response
 •  City's rail tax gives us competitive edge
 •  Next president will face major global challenges
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Heroes' a pretty enjoyable gig for 'old fogey' actor
 •  Nicole Richie riles things up on 'Chuck'
 •  TGI Monday