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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 22, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Suspected Internet child sex predator arrested in Chinatown
 •  Maui main break affecting service, traffic in Paia
 •  Man, 27, wanted for attempted murder of police officer
 •  Maui cancer-treatment access to improve
 •  4 Hawaii companies fined by Clean Air Branch
 •  Kaaawa meeting set on stream restoration project
 •  Lingle plans to campaign for McCain on Mainland this weekend, visit Hawaii soldiers
 •  Obama’s trip home causing campaign mild anxiety
 •  Hawaii-based soldier’s funeral set for Friday
 •  Fire damages Central Union Church preschool
 •  Stryker auction, dinner will benefit Schofield memorial fund
 •  Sick orca whale euthanized on Kauai
 •  Security upgrades planned at State Hospital in Kaneohe
 •  Honolulu traffic congestion down this year, national study says
 •  Public workshops will focus on Hawaii’s beaches
 •  Search continues for kayaker off Big Island
 •  New north-northwest swell expected tonight
 •  Stocks tumble on worries about earnings forecasts
 •  Fundraiser Oct. 29 will benefit planned Ala Wai dog park
 •  Kaha Garden workday set for Saturday
 •  Automated trash pickup begins for thousands in Upcountry Maui
 •  Haunted House Maze at Iao Theater opens Friday
 •  Fort Bragg trial starts in ’fragging’ case
 •  Gusting trade winds return to forecast
 •  GOP spent $150,000 in donations on Palin’s look
 •  Waianae assault suspects in court this morning
 •  Stabbing suspect in court this morning
 •  U.S. airstrike kills 9 Afghan soldiers at checkpoint
 •  Man admits making Molotov cocktails for convention
 •  Oil falls below $69 on U.S. recession fears
 •  Wal-Mart sets new rules for China suppliers
 •  Panel calls for vaccine for adult smokers
 •  Food allergies increasing in U.S. kids, study says
 •  Youth charged as adult for Kahaluu armed robberies
 •  Nanakuli man indicted for luring child for sex
 •  Kaneohe Marine accused of burglary, auto theft
 •  Homicide investigation opened in Kapolei death
 •  Hamels, Utley lead Phillies over Rays in World Series opener
 •  Kobe Bryant’s injury not serious
 •  World Series position-by-position matchups
 •  Victorino to host golf charity event on Maui in November
 •  Maui rooting for hometown hero in Victorino
 •  NBA: Bulls guard Larry Hughes dislocates shoulder
 •  NFL: Redskins DE Taylor still far from 100 percent
 •  NFL: Holmgren tries to defuse rumors about 49ers
 •  NFL: Patriots move on without safety Harrison
 •  BKC: GT’s Bell to have season-ending surgery on spine
 •  CFB: Willingham’s fall drastic since first year at ND
 •  NFL: Saints ponder life without Bush, with Shockey
 •  NFL: Steelers satisfied after meeting about fines
 •  NFL: Cowboys' Phillips says 'I could help more than I have'
 •  MLB: Red Sox bring back most of staff; Alicea out
 •  NFL: Browns TE Winslow appeals suspension
 •  NFL: Romo says he won’t return before mid-November
 •  NFL: Chargers getting over jet lag ahead of London game
 •  NFL: Saints’ Colston hopes to return to form in London
 •  NFL: Favre denies giving Lions any info to use vs. Pack
 •  NBA: GM poll says Lakers will beat Celtics in NBA finals
 •  Draft banter doesn’t enter Oklahoma QB Bradford’s mind
 •  CFB: Cincinnati QB Pike playing with broken arm
 •  MLB: Mariners hire Brewers’ exec as their new GM
 •  NFL: 49ers’ Goldson, McDonald, Jennings out vs Seahawks
 •  Horses: Curlin prepares to race rest of world
 •  Cycling: UCI insists it will oversee testing at 2009 Tour
 •  Golf: Morgan Pressel finding her form in Hawaii
 •  BKC: Irish to head to Maui with Big East player of year
 •  NFL: Vick could be free by July, then looking for work
 •  NFL: Singletary believes 49ers can still salvage season
 •  Soccer: Beckham close to joining AC Milan on loan
 •  Cycling: 2009 Tour to climax on Mont Ventoux
 •  NFL: Time for 49ers’ hierarchy to take team woes personally
 •  NFL: 49ers still have no plan, idea
 •  UH football: Little Leaguers, UH diver honored Saturday
 •  Tennis: Chakvetadze loses at Fortis Championships
 •  Tennis: Benneteau upsets Robredo at Lyon Grand Prix
 •  Tennis: Baghdatis loses at Swiss Indoors
 •  Tennis: Verdasco advances at St. Petersburg Open
 •  Tennis: Radwanska reaches quarterfinals in Linz
 •  Soccer: Dynamo’s Kamara, FC Dallas’ Ricchetti suspended
 •  "Aloha Zone," a free tailgate party, offered before UH-Nevada game
 •  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
 •  Analyst upgrades recommendation on Hawaiian Electric shares
 •  Hawaii portland cement shipments fall 14% in August
 •  Air travel costs for Honolulu residents among highest
 •  Flamingo Restaurant on Kapiolani shutting down Sunday; 37 losing jobs
 •  Hawaii's hospitals racked up $150M in losses last year
 •  Group 70 International wins $7.5M federal contract
 •  A&B promotes two at its real estate subsidiary
 •  Hawaii gas prices drop; Costco at $2.899
 •  Sacred Hearts Academy offers free 'goodness' programs for teachers, parents
 •  Interfaith peace event slated for Sunday
 •  Author of Israel book here for two lectures

Local News
 •  Mayor candidates address issues, not each other, at forum
 •  Anonymity at stake in Kamehameha case
 •  Still hope in '08 for Filipino veterans
 •  Army can't retry Watada for refusal to serve in Iraq war
 •  Hawaii BOE says 15% budget cut would close up to 6 libraries Video
 •  Obama in Hawaii tomorrow to see grandmother with broken hip Video
 •  Early voting surge expected Video
 •  Obama faults rival on economy Photo gallery
 •  McCain fights hard for Pennsylvania Photo gallery
 •  $1.85M released for energy work
 •  Jurors urged to 'stand up' to Stevens
 •  Update meetings on stream flow restoration
 •  Teacher wins national kudos Video
 •  Wahiawa revitalization plan invites public input
 •  Teen dance, showcase Friday at water park
 •  Talks by discoverer of huge Pacific trash patch
 •  Man mugged while handing out sandwiches
 •  Library marks 40th year with party, free events
 •  Golf fundraiser Friday for Holy Trinity School
 •  Salutes
 •  Community calendar
 •  Moped driver killed in accident
 •  Obituaries
 •  Squabble just might harm UH

 •  Elimimian sets the record straight Photo gallery Video
 •  Soccer pipeline from Hawaii flowing across the Pacific
 •  Kamehameha clinches state berth Photo gallery
 •  Rainbow Wahine basketball on the run
 •  Elimimian sets the record straight Photo gallery Video
 •  Kamehameha clinches state berth Photo gallery
 •  Moanalua advances to meet undefeated 'Aiea
 •  Football Standings and Division I Statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  This week's events
 •  Match play event reaches semifinals
 •  Pats' Harrison's thigh injury a career-ender
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Loyalty ends at picking winners
 •  Nevada's Silva-Purcell ready for homecoming
 •  BeachBoys, Honu prevail
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Colorful 'Night's Dream' lacks clarity
 •  New 'Warhammer' takes on 'Warcraft'
 •  Mirren, Irons to film in Hawaii
 •  Specialty mushrooms
 •  Create memories in kitchen with children
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Don't hesitate to try a merlot or Riesling
 •  'Bread of the dead' just got healthier
 •  Waikiki hosts conference
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

 •  Firm to increase stake in Biotech
 •  Fed targets money-market funds to break credit crisis
 •  Morgan Stanley sues 3 who quit
 •  WestJet adding more winter flights to Hawaii Video
 •  New businesses start despite economy
 •  China-made cookies in Island recall
 •  Gas at Costco plunges to $2.89 a gallon
 •  Yahoo workforce to see cuts of at least 10% as profit sinks
 •  Apple profit jumps 26% on iPhone 3G sales
 •  Mokulele flights cut over training
 •  Coming events

 •  Leeward Oahu needs strong district advocates
 •  Looking out for Abilene
 •  Rail or no rail transit, that is the question
 •  Squabble just might harm UH
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  New 'Warhammer' takes on 'Warcraft'
 •  Stoner comic brings his act to Pipeline
 •  TGI Wednesday