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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 21, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Army can't retry Watada on key charges, judge rules
 •  Relative says Obama's grandmother broke her hip and is 'gravely ill'
 •  Firefighters assist injured hiker in Manoa
 •  Youth charged as adult for Kahaluu armed robberies
 •  Nanakuli man indicted for luring child for sex
 •  Kaneohe Marine accused of burglary, auto theft
 •  Wahiawa stabbing suspect charged
 •  Two charged with Waianae beating
 •  Tug boat damaged by fire at Honolulu Harbor
 •  Homicide investigation opened in Kapolei death
 •  Shark sighting reported at Kalama Beach in Kailua
 •  Skeletal remains found in Kalihi identified
 •  Man who fell from moving truck in Aliamanu dies
 •  Man, 22, is Oahu's 5th traffic death this month
 •  Budget cuts could lead to library closures across the state
 •  Mayoral candidates answer questions on economy, transit at noon forum
 •  Discoverer of ‘Pacific Garbage Patch’ to speak here
 •  Kahuku library to mark 40 years
 •  Unemployment rates for Maui, state surge
 •  Kauai teacher wins national award
 •  Koala’s March cookies being recalled in Hawaii
 •  Early voting kicks off in Hawaii
 •  State moves to improve energy efficiency at Capitol, elsewhere
 •  UH students to host bone-marrow donor drive
 •  Wahiawa town meeting tomorrow night
 •  Woman reports knife-wielding threat
 •  Remains identified of missing WWII soldier
 •  Man robbed in Kaneohe park
 •  Kakaako man sentenced in 2006 pedestrian death
 •  East Maui stream flow meetings begin Thursday
 •  Driver sought in hit-and-run incident
 •  Cancer Society consolidating offices
 •  Big Island store employee accused of theft
 •  Maui woman places second in moving-tips contest
 •  Gentle trade winds, afternoon sea breezes expected today
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  Navy Region Hawaii to get new commander
 •  Maui Fire has three new captains
 •  Ewa Mart robbery suspect facing federal charges
 •  Jury selection starts for trial of man over Kula standoff
 •  House tackling meth issues in Hawaii today
 •  Kobe Bryant leaves game with knee injury
 •  Patriots safety Rodney Harrison’s injury appears career-ending
 •  World Series position-by-position matchups
 •  Phillies-Rays: World Series capsule look
 •  Victorino to host golf charity event on Maui in November
 •  NFL: 49ers sign C Heitmann to extension, fire OL coach
 •  NFL: Yorks had to fire Nolan as 49ers coach
 •  NFL: Browns suspend Kellen Winslow for 1 game
 •  NFL: Singletary: 'We have something special here'
 •  NFL: Michael Vick ready to plead guilty on Va. charges
 •  NFL: Reggie Bush has knee surgery
 •  NFL: Cowboys teeter on verge of total collapse
 •  NFL: Cowboys owner, players stand behind Phillips, but everyone looking for answers
 •  NFL: Chiefs change kickers, search for a QB
 •  World Series: Rays hope to join Buccaneers, Lightning as champions
 •  NFL: Patriots S Harrison's injury appears season-ending
 •  NFL: Polamalu may play despite latest concussion
 •  NFL: Season-ending knee surgery for Bills LB DiGiorgio
 •  NFL: Jury hears NFL players lawsuit against union
 •  Cycling: UCI chief against further retesting for CERA
 •  NFL: Seahawks remind Holmgren of high school team
 •  UH football: Little Leaguers, UH diver honored Saturday
 •  CFB: SEC ref YouTube.com favorite
 •  MLB: Longtime Braves announcer retires
 •  Golf: Annika heads quietly toward retirement
 •  NFL: Bengals put LB Rivers on injured reserve
 •  Skiing: Bode Miller back and more independent than ever
 •  Soccer: Ronaldo, Messi favorites for Golden Ball award
 •  World Series: At long last, they're Rays of hope
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  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
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for upcoming football, volleyball games
 •  Mokulele voluntarily cancels 17 flights after FAA inspection
 •  Canada's WestJet adds seasonal flights to Hawaii
 •  JAL flies 15% fewer international passengers in September
 •  Longs stock sale to CVS should wrap up by Oct. 31
 •  Morgan Stanley sues former employees in Honolulu
 •  Kauai retailers joining Kukuiula project
 •  eBay to ban sales of ivory products in January
 •  Fed makes new move to help bust credit logjam
 •  Stocks end lower amid mixed earnings reports
 •  European markets lifted by credit easing
 •  New restaurant takes over Compadres' space in Lahaina mall
 •  Wine Festival on Saturday benefits Lupus Hawaii
 •  Teen dance, benefit Friday at water park
 •  Leeward Oçahu needs strong district advocates

Local News
 •  Fine levied for coral damage
 •  City ending rail transit advertising campaign
 •  McCully suspect pleads not guilty
 •  Obama returns home to visit ailing ‘Toot’ Photo gallery
 •  Hannemann says his business experience helpful in running city
 •  Maui Land & Pineapple sues county over housing policy
 •  Ambitious plan for wind power Video
 •  New land fight brews in Hale'iwa
 •  Two men are suspects in Manoa robberies
 •  Palin splits from McCain, backs gay marriage ban
 •  Campaign: McCain's resources sufficient
 •  Facelift planned for iconic tower
 •  Science lesson takes to sea Photo gallery
 •  Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai marks milestone
 •  TechTalk 2008 will offer job training, workshops
 •  Lupus Hawaii's annual wine benefit on Saturday
 •  Kamehameha Highway lanes closing this week
 •  Easter Seals Haunted House this weekend
 •  Bridge painting closes Farrington Highway lane
 •  'Aiea woman, 72, dies after car hits rock wall
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Cemetery sleuth helps give closure

 •  Pilares out 3 weeks with sprained foot Video
 •  UH guard soars to record heights
 •  All-around Keanini a big hit in Punahou's lineup
 •  Pilares out 3 weeks with sprained foot Video
 •  All-around Keanini a big hit in Punahou's lineup
 •  Ex-'Bow Smith will coach AOP
 •  OIA White kicks off playoffs
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  This week's events
 •  Patriots overwhelm Broncos, 41-7 Photo gallery
 •  49ers fire head coach Nolan; Singletary likely to take over
 •  Tebow says Texas' McCoy is Heisman front-runner
 •  Rays rest day after ALCS win
 •  Honu pitcher on ultimate vacation
 •  HPU's Yoshimura digs playing back row
 •  Fukuroku selected WAC soccer Player of the Week
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Bowl game filled with uncertainty

Island Life
 •  Coaching your kid
 •  Halloween ideas are just a click away
 •  Adding fish to children's diet lowers eczema risk
 •  College advice for your uncertain child
 •  YWCA hosts decadent benefit
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Gridiron takes on 'Predatory Pricing'

 •  Credit markets loosen 6th day in a row
 •  Credit woes hamper GM's attempt to acquire Chrysler
 •  Pressing on for Big Isle real estate, community Audio
 •  At 4.5%, joblessness in Isles nears 7-year high
 •  Positive drug-test findings decline
 •  Netflix reports 3rd-quarter profit up 30 percent

 •  Ambitious energy agreement charts right course
 •  Women of Hawaii: Vote, run and lead
 •  Congress must improve economic safety
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday