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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 4, 2008

Breaking News
 •  McCain vows change in Washington
 •  Coast Guard helicopter down in water near airport
 •  Bodies found in convenience store
 •  Judge deciding whether man can build property over Hawaiian burials
 •  Bryan Clay tells convention his priorities are God, family, track
 •  Father of golf pro Tadd Fujikawa indicted for meth trafficking
 •  3 meth traffickers convicted in Honolulu
 •  Ala Moana murder suspect charged
 •  Bryan Clay to ring closing bell at N.Y. stock exchange Friday
 •  Iroquois Point bones found to be human
 •  Lingle says McCain has chance of winning Hawaii
 •  Maui traffic death indictment dismissed
 •  Warning issued over unlicensed food vendors
 •  Big Island dairy growing own feed to cut costs
 •  Maui astronomy center to mark 1st anniversary
 •  Remains of 3 USS Oklahoma casualties ID'd
 •  Pali lane closure set for Saturday
 •  Weather: Mostly sunny and warm today
 •  High surf advisory issued for south-facing shores
 •  Meetings continuing on Kauai landfill issues
 •  8 Hawaii museums to offer free admission Sept. 27
 •  Bellows landfill clean-up begins tomorrow
 •  Pearl City Library holding youth card sign-up
 •  Nuuanu man charged with punching wife
 •  Pair charged in robbery of Big Island campers
 •  Two arrested in West Oahu for assault, arson
 •  Waianae man accused of ‘07 assault
 •  Missing Waikiki woman still sought
 •  Volleyball Rainbows defeat Minnesota in five games
 •  Golf: Fujikawa opens with 73 at European event
 •  Tennis: Djokovic, angered by Roddick, beats him at U.S. Open
 •  NFL: Giants kick off Super Bowl defense with win over Redskins, 16-7
 •  Baseball: Red Sox poised to set sellout streak record
 •  Tennis: Federer reaches 18th major semifinal in a row
 •  NFL: Everett to be honored in Bills season opener
 •  CFB: One Penn State player off team, three to miss Oregon St.
 •  Golf: Calif. lawmaker questions LPGA language policy
 •  Tennis: U.S. Davis Cup roster set
 •  MLB: Phillies 3B coach suspended two games
 •  MLB: Former infielder Todd Cruz dead at 52
 •  OU player stabbed in brawl released from hospital
 •  NBA: Still a rookie, Oden joins others for orientation
 •  NFL: CBS sues players association over fantasy league royalties
 •  NFL: Seattle Seahawks to fly on Hawaiian Airlines
 •  NFL: Collier making gradual improvement
 •  NFL: Giants' Burress signs two-year contact extension
 •  NFL: Bengals’ WR Chad Johnson now Ocho Cinco
 •  MLB: Zambrano has shot for tendinitis
 •  Tennis: Black, Paes win U.S. Open mixed doubles title
 •  NFL: Browns LB Peek out for season
 •  NFL: QB Daunte Culpepper retires
 •  Golf: First round of BMW Championship a washout
 •  CFB: Tressel says Wells out for Saturday
 •  CFB: Cincinnati QB takes appeal for another season to court
 •  Olympics: Hammer throw medalists in doping probe
 •  NFL: Week 1 2008 NFL power rankings
 •  NFL: No Strahan, No Umenyiora, No repeat for Giants, oddsmakers Say
 •  NFL: Rudi Johnson accuses former Lion Bell of theft
 •  NFL: Neither 49er coach, QB safe, GM admits
 •  NFL: Chiefs rookies face baptism by fire at New England
 •  NBA: Reports say Warriors’ Ellis has additional injuries
 •  NBA: Former Kansas players embarrass NBA
 •  UH football: Hawaii 5-0 part of introduction
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH football: Parking, traffic information
 •  UH football: Savings offered for families
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  UH football: Students get free ticket vs. Weber St., bus service for season
 •  Superferry offers discounted $49 one-way fare through Oct. 31
 •  Foodland launches annual charity event
 •  Financing news boosts Hoku Scientific's shares
 •  Alexander & Baldwin stock moving to NYSE
 •  Seahawks pick Hawaiian for charter flights
 •  GMAC Financial closes 5 Hawaii offices, lays off 42
 •  Hawaiian Airlines exec to speak at New York conference
 •  U.S. Dry Cleaning Corp. buys Indiana chain
 •  Honpa Hongwanji offering class series, book signing this month
 •  North Shore church to offer morning of centering prayer
 •  Isles can cast wide net in tourism marketing

Local News
 •  25th Infantry prepares for Iraq duty Photo gallery
 •  Kobayashi, 2 allies targeted
 •  Mayoral debate Tuesday at theater will stream live
 •  Palin takes jabs at Obama, news media Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii schools' night security patrols may be cut from budget
 •  Stop Rail Now petition rejected by city, Hawaii Supreme Court Video
 •  Paul Starr, Hollywood makeup artist
 •  Hawaii Futures Summit at Ihilani
 •  Lingle lauds 'truly authentic' Palin Video
 •  Isle delegation casts 20 votes for McCain
 •  Driven to achieve command
 •  160 Kobayashi campaign signs stolen from Waimanalo lawns
 •  Audit of biosolid project disputed
 •  Read Aloud marks its 10th year
 •  One-room school for girls opens in Kailua
 •  SAT preparation classes offered
 •  Activists fight for right to counter military recruiters
 •  Cabbie who tried to kill passenger gets life term Video
 •  Man, 19, indicted in home invasion
 •  Federal, state officials to speak on energy issues
 •  Katy Kok's legacy will be celebrated Saturday
 •  Mike Miller completes English Channel swim
 •  Bright strobe lights cause a stir on Maui
 •  Minor earthquakes felt Tuesday around Volcano
 •  Blowhole reopens to public after 5 months
 •  Archaeologists check out Iroquois Point bones
 •  A Taste of Kalihi all day Saturday on Colburn St.
 •  Community calendar
 •  Lingle delivers Palin’s ‘great personal story’
 •  Woman's injuries spur police probe
 •  Obituaries

 •  Tough love spurs UH running backs Photo gallery
 •  Watching UH through eyes of a child
 •  Crusaders face stiff challenges
 •  Graunke works out as Warriors' No. 2 QB Photo gallery Video
 •  Taylor catching on fast as backup wideout Photo gallery
 •  Friendship spurs Higa, Fukuroku to succeed
 •  New deal for WAC and ESPN
 •  Crusaders face stiff challenges
 •  Word of Life breathes fire into title chase
 •  Games on TV
 •  This Week
 •  Jang's team 16th in First Tee
 •  Wilson has shot at Tour Championship
 •  Holes in One
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Red Sox game, trip home ease the disappointment
 •  College picks
 •  Giants will continue Super run
 •  Replay on A-Rod's side as Yanks win
 •  Serena sweeps past sister Venus
 •  Oklahoma City brings Thunder to the NBA
 •  Lingle releases $11M for stadium repairs
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Happiness in motion
 •  Stephen King novel getting comic-book treatment
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Saturated fats: fact and fiction
 •  Why buy the book if you can get it for free?
 •  Chewing gum may be good for you
 •  Rock fall fashions on your nails
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Alternating drugs reduces fever longer
 •  Facebook ads target you where it hurts
 •  Parents worry more about kids' mental health
 •  'Lost' dreamboats' photos create a stir

 •  Business survey points to plenty of pessimism
 •  Gennaula leaving KGMB to head philanthropy program
 •  GMAC Financial Services will close branches, lay off 5,000
 •  Jackson Auto closes Nimitz dealership
 •  Exploding microwave fails to raise alarms at GE
 •  Lack of compacts blamed as U.S. vehicle sales drop again
 •  Gannett buys control of CareerBuilder
 •  State acts against oil, gas investing scheme
 •  Apple's computer shipments soar 38%
 •  Council sticks to revenue forecast
 •  Boeing assembly workers' strike delayed 48 hours
 •  Exploding microwave fails to raise alarms at GE

 •  Tech tax credit program demands close scrutiny
 •  Want real change? Stop nominating lawyers
 •  Palin's privacy vs. her public stances
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday