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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 29, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Four stranded hikers found in Kahuku
 •  Tenant at collapsed Kalihi structure missing
 •  Big Island man charged with attempted murder
 •  Kauai brushfire contained, 2 acres burned
 •  Pali Highway lane closures set tomorrow through Saturday
 •  Work will close part of Nimitz starting tomorrow
 •  Forecast of state revenues adds another $75 million to budget deficit
 •  Parks work slated in Kahului, Kihei
 •  Another Kauai HI-5 redemption center opens Monday
 •  New study on rail could be out soon
 •  Lahaina's Front Street open to traffic on Halloween
 •  Residency appeal for Maui County Council candidate to go to hearing
 •  Study: Fishing hurts Hawaii’s nearshore fisheries
 •  Senate takes up Kahana Valley cause
 •  Fire department offers Halloween safety tips
 •  Foodbank holiday program helps feed the hungry
 •  Hearing set on Lahaina sewage disposal plan
 •  Still time left to comment on military use of Makua
 •  $20.1 million released for airport improvements
 •  Money released for Mililani library improvements
 •  Preschoolers displaced by fire get fun outing
 •  High surf advisory in effect for all Islands
 •  Weather: Scattered, isolated showers likely today
 •  Pig killer sentenced to 5-year term
 •  Man arrested in Kailua suspected of moped theft, firearm possession
 •  Arendale named Maui's executive on aging
 •  Alleged gunman in Waikele robbery charged
 •  Suspects charged with damaging truck in Manana
 •  2 Maui facilities closing for revovations
 •  A long time coming: Phillies beat Tampa Bay to win World Series
 •  Warriors name Greg Alexander starting QB against Utah State
 •  NBA: Blazers' Oden out 2-to-4 weeks with foot sprain
 •  CFB: It’s a heated race for No. 1 in Great Northwest
 •  NBA: Warriors sign coach Nelson to contract extension
 •  World Series running late, will run even later next year
 •  Battle of big centers fizzles as Portland’s Greg Oden injured again
 •  Lakers win convincingly, so now all they have to do is keep up pace until June
 •  NFL: Ex-Raiders coach Kiffin files grievance
 •  NFL: Rodgers’ shoulder feeling better after bye
 •  NFL: Broncos QB Cutler’s finger is fine after week off
 •  CFB: Starting Virginia fullback faces felony charges
 •  NFL: Jaguars’ Mike Walker not ready to practice after knee sprain, infection
 •  Golf: John Daly spends night in jail to sober up, police say
 •  MLB: Griffey’s stay with White Sox appears to be over
 •  CBKB: Nevada guard Fields’ criminal case dismissed
 •  NFL: Brad Johnson remains Cowboys’ starting quarterback
 •  NFL: Injuries force Patriots to scramble to fill spots
 •  NFL: Lions work out quarterback Daunte Culpepper
 •  NFL: QB Hill comfortable back as Niners’ starter
 •  NFL: Zorn expects Samuels and Moss to play
 •  MLB: Pitcher indicted after fan hurt at brawl in minors
 •  NFL: Falcons rookie Baker to have ’minor’ back surgery
 •  CFB: SEC stars Tebow, Moreno key Florida, Georgia
 •  NFL: McFadden now out with left toe injury
 •  NFL: QB Hasselbeck out, Wallace to start for Seahawks
 •  NFL: Bengals' Rivers on hit: ’What goes around ...’
 •  Golf: Kim to play European tour in 2009
 •  CFB: Houston WR Edwards undergoes surgery
 •  Golf: Callaway brings `SexyBack,’ signs Timberlake to deal
 •  NBA: Spurs’ Oberto sidelined by irregular heartbeat
 •  Soccer: No Beckham, no deal: Galaxy’s Australian game off
 •  NFL: Senators seek better game day TV
 •  NFL: Now-vacant RCA Dome goes boom Dec. 20
 •  Track and Field: Marion Jones gives Winfrey post-prison interview
 •  NFL: AP Source: Wilfork to be fined for hit on Cutler
 •  Olympics: GE’s Immelt says Olympic project could stimulate U.K. economy
 •  World Series: Phillies, Rays to resume World Series game 5 tonight
 •  Tennis: Nalbandian through to third round at Paris Masters
 •  World Series: Cozy Rays ride out storm in Delaware
 •  Golf: Hospital says Ballesteros 'evolving favorably'
 •  NFL: New starting QB won’t wow 49ers, but Shaun Hill 'manages the game'
 •  NFL: When Burress sideshows start costing Giants games, things will change
 •  CFB: Duke RB Boyette out for season
 •  NBA: Spurs exercise option on Mahinmi’s rookie contract
 •  NBA: Bobcats' Morrison chops off signature long hair
 •  Soccer: Real Salt Lake finally in MLS playoffs
 •  CBKB: Students accused of harassing basketball players
 •  College: NCAA penalizes UDC, cites ’egregious’ problems
 •  Tennis: Nadal tires as season nears end, still hungers for more success
 •  MLB: Brewers claim McGehee, designate Dillon
 •  CFB: Louisville WR Long out for season
 •  Sailing: Ericsson 4 breaks record in Volvo Ocean Race
 •  Soccer: Maradona to get Argentina coaching job
 •  Soccer: Nigeria says it will host 2009 U17 World Cup
 •  UH men's, women's hoops teams available for photos, autographs
 •  UH: Alumni discounts for upcoming football, volleyball games
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  UH volleyball: Celebrate halloween at Friday's match vs. Nevada
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  AIG Hawaii launches food drive
 •  Hawaii tops federal list of biggest airfare increases
 •  Hawaii operations help Tesoro boost 3rd-quarter profit
 •  Matson cuts fuel surcharge four times in six weeks
 •  Hawaiian Air's 3rd-quarter profit falls, but operating income rises
 •  Honolulu unemployment rate rises to 4.2% in September, figures show
 •  Domestic violence to be discussed at Chaminade lecture
 •  Duke researcher to discuss health, faith connection
 •  The Kooks play for Jay Leno, then for Honolulu
 •  Kahana State Park still work in progress

Local News
 •  Two home invasions related; police not sharing motive Video
 •  Evicted families appealing to Lingle
 •  Kauai candidates left defending records while touting own skills
 •  Honolulu mayoral candidates air transit differences in debate Video
 •  Governor releases money for Hawaii teachers' pay raises
 •  Judge orders names be made public in Hawaii school suit
 •  Tenants claim landlord gave them injections
 •  Superferry holds off on Big Island service Video
 •  City seeks $18M refund of transit tax windfall
 •  Wai'anae tot's rites Saturday
 •  HGEA donates $200,000 to fight ConCon
 •  Two council candidates split on rail
 •  Big Island candidates spar over pot laws, Mauna Kea telescope
 •  Pessimism spreads in GOP
 •  ABC misses out on Obama ad buy
 •  Draft EIS for rail could come before election
 •  Girl's honesty fills Salvation Army pot
 •  Teen motorcyclist dies after crashing into Jeep
 •  Financial aid available for Moloka'i water bills
 •  Dispute over rejected Kihei hospital fuels Maui senate race
 •  Lane closures planned for Kamehameha Hwy.
 •  ConCon forum planned tomorrow at 'Ewa park
 •  10th year celebration for Kapolei's Seagull School
 •  $500K released for work on library parking lot
 •  Daylight saving time ends Sunday
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  In politics, local still matters

 •  Farmer cropping up in UH's offensive plans Photo gallery Video
 •  Walk-on Lutu fills in at point guard
 •  Vea digs in for Wildcats
 •  ESPN2 to show UH, Cincinnati on Dec. 6
 •  Farmer cropping up in UH's offensive plans Photo gallery Video
 •  ESPN2 to show UH, Cincinnati on Dec. 6
 •  Hilliard, Toma to sign with UCLA
 •  Kahuku gains OIA tourney final
 •  Kamehameha sweeps past Punahou to force rematch Photo gallery
 •  Punahou's sharpshooters sweep state championships
 •  Football standings and D-1 statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  Mitsubishi to sponsor Hualalai tourney
 •  Sunset Beach brings out best for Xcel Pro
 •  NFL game's future in Hawaii still uncertain
 •  Pharm tech had right prescription
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Celtics win to open defense of title
 •  Phillies, Rays try again
 •  W. Oahu, Waikiki win
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UCLA on recruiting mission

Island Life
 •  Pop stars add flavor to presidential race
 •  Putting the horror back in Halloween
 •  Trick-free treats
 •  Have fun making easy, old-fashioned goodies in comfort of your own kitchen
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Trail mix is a healthy Halloween treat
 •  Meatloaf sandwich a savory meal
 •  Specialty 'shrooms available in Islands
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Crunch on my version of apple bars

 •  First Hawaiian ahead of 2007 earnings pace
 •  Nursing homes in Hawaii among nation's most costly
 •  Kaiser wins approval for 4 plans
 •  Banks told to pick up pace on loans
 •  Boeing union to vote on contract
 •  Sony's profit for quarter nosedives 72 percent
 •  Tough economic times mean fewer customers, less in tips
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Bankruptcies
 •  Tori Richard goes photovoltaic
 •  Automakers seek billions more in federal funding
 •  Coming events

 •  State must help keiki find healthcare resources
 •  No need to revise Hawaii's Constitution
 •  The transformational candidate's time has arrived
 •  Anti-ConCon fight rooted in dishonesty
 •  In politics, local still matters
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Putting the horror back in Halloween
 •  TGI Wednesday