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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 6, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Shark sighting closes Kailua Beach
 •  Coast Guard expands search for missing crewman
 •  Charter school director resigns
 •  Man arrested in July freeway shooting that left victim paralyzed
 •  Delays continue to hamper update of Maui County General Plan
 •  Live-fire exercise planned at Kekaha range on Kauai
 •  Paty featured in 3rd 'Voices of Statehood' episode
 •  Judge calls Maui foundation director a thief
 •  Stinging caterpillars found at Big Island park
 •  Police seeking info on South Kohala traffic fatality
 •  Police warn of FedEx e-mail scam on Big Island
 •  Big Isle police searching for missing woman
 •  Con-con workshop set for today at State Capitol
 •  Diplomat researching issues at East-West Center
 •  Work on massive sewer rehab project continues
 •  Five missing foster children found this past week
 •  Surf: Big south swell should last into Sunday
 •  Weather: Sunny and warm today, tomorrow
 •  Police officer receives minor injuries in Waikiki collision
 •  Graunke rallies Warriors past Weber State, 36-17
 •  Prep football scores
 •  Hawaii-Weber State game statistics
 •  How University of Hawaii football opponents fared
 •  Minnesota sweeps two matches in volleyball Challenge
 •  Brian Ching gets assist as U.S. tops Cuba 1-0 in 1st trip to island in 61 years
 •  Maui's Ting tied for sixth at U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur
 •  Preps: Hana volleyball sweeps past King Kekaulike
 •  Today's college football scoreboard
 •  CFB: How the AP Top 25 football teams fared
 •  CFB: SMU beats Texas State in June Jones' home opener
 •  CFB: Gators snap 6-game losing streak to Miami, 26-3
 •  Golf: Furyk atop the leaderboard in suspended third round at St. Louis
 •  Baseball: Ramirez, Billingsley lead Dodgers into first place
 •  CFB: Another upset for East Carolina, 24-3 over No. 8 West Virginia
 •  Tennis: Federer beats Djokovic to reach U.S. Open final; rain suspends other semi
 •  CFB: No. 3 Buckeyes survive Ohio's threat, 26-14
 •  Tennis: U.S. Open women's final delayed until Sunday
 •  Sapolu will be honorary captain in 49er opener
 •  Golf: Illinois kindergarten golfer has ace
 •  CFB: Arkansas State scores 83 in win over Texas Southern
 •  CFB: Irish rally for 21-13 win over San Diego St.
 •  Preps: Massachusetts player dies after injury
 •  CFB: Swank's late FG gives Wake 30-28 win over Ole Miss
 •  Baseball: Tampa Bay activates Longoria off DL
 •  CFB-WAC: Oregon has 688 yards in 66-24 win over Utah State
 •  CFB: Broyles breaks out as No. 4 Sooners beat Cincinnati
 •  CFB: No. 15 BYU holds on for 28-27 win over Washington
 •  Baseball: Zaun's game-ending grand slam lifts Jays to win over Rays
 •  CFB: No. 11 Wisconsin rallies to beat Marshall 51-14
 •  NFL: Bills Pro Bowl LT Jason Peters joins team
 •  CFB-WAC: Paul's 85-yard kick return keys Huskers over San Jose State
 •  Golf: Villegas keeps lead after 2 rounds in St. Louis
 •  Baseball: Diamondbacks' Johnson scratched from Sunday's start
 •  NFL: Niners QB Smith doubtful after injuring shoulder
 •  Golf: Chad Campbell withdraws from tournament as baby nears
 •  Baseball: Hanna washes out Game 1 of A's-Orioles doubleheader
 •  Baseball: Phillies-Mets postponed to Sunday by heavy rains
 •  Paralympic Games begin in Beijing
 •  Auto racing: Lewis Hamilton clinches pole for Belgian GP
 •  Golf: Sorenstam trails by 6 shots in last European event
 •  Soccer: New Zealand wins Oceania qualifiers
 •  Golf: Teen takes 4-stroke lead at European Masters
 •  NFL: Week 1 matchup capsules
 •  Fantasy football: Chiefs RB good selection, just not this week
 •  UH sports: Alumni get football, volleyball discounts
 •  UH football: Students get free bus service for season
 •  UH football: Savings offered for families
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH football: Parking, traffic information
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  On the air: Saturday's football games
 •  On the air: Sunday's football games

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Local News
 •  Homeless center closes doors
 •  Removal of Bellows landfill kicks off Video
 •  Mayor's ad with Obama clarified
 •  Equipment issue cited before copter crash Video
 •  Service patrol to roam Oahu freeways, offer aid to motorists
 •  Government may take control of mortgage giants Fannie, Freddie
 •  1954-2008 Hawaiian musician George T. Young
 •  Whether catching waves or salmon, crewmembers lived lives to the fullest
 •  Aircraft crash was first for upgraded 'C' model
 •  Fujikawa's father was jailed for assault in '06
 •  Big Island biker killed in collision with truck
 •  Murder-suicide ruled in 'Aiea mart shootings
 •  Some fun, at GOP's expense
ELECTION
 •  Trapped in shadow of family's legacy
 •  McCain, Palin take pitch to 'Reagan Democrats'
 •  Palin went to Hawaii Pacific and UH-Hilo
OTHER NEWS
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  QB Funaki on new mission
 •  Sweep for Rainbow Wahine Photo gallery
 •  Minaya passes Pac-Five to 48-28 victory Photo gallery
UH FOOTBALL
 •  UH football - Alternative parking sites
 •  Hopefully 'trap-door' can become stepping stone
UH SPORTS
 •  Hawaii can cash in on radio deal
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Minaya passes Pac-Five to 48-28 victory Photo gallery
 •  Farrington topples Castle in OIA Red East, 24-6
 •  Arakawa leads 'Iolani by Damien, 27-21
 •  Prep schedule
GOLF
 •  Fujikawa misses cut in European Masters
 •  LPGA backs off proposed 'English speaking' policy
FOOTBALL
 •  Hurricanes always tough on Gators
 •  Ball State sinks Navy with defense
 •  Giant says opponent played 'dirty'
BASEBALL
 •  Dodgers rout D'Backs
ISLE FILE
 •  Hawaii DII teams go 0-8 on road
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH's past has been upsetting

Island Life
 •  Tribute for a queen
 •  Puppies on parade in Kailua
 •  Troupe takes musical turn
 •  Eddie would go ... will you?
 •  Women's expo this weekend
 •  It's jazz at sunset at La Pietra
MUSIC
 •  Symphony returns to 'power and glory'
THEATER
 •  ACT's Dickens musical looks great, lacks spunk
FAITH
 •  Catholic vote may be crucial
 •  Oscar-worthy sermons, indeed
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
 •  Stand firm in attack on absolutes
FAITH BRIEFS
 •  Bells to be rung on Peace Day
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
MOMS
 •  'Good News' on marriage: Couples improve with age

Business
 •  Matson lowering fuel surcharge to 37.5%
 •  Unemployment reaches 6.1%, and it likely won't stop there
 •  Continental adds $15 fee for first checked luggage
REAL ESTATE
 •  Home sales and prices sink on Kauai, Big Isle
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  You can get free credit monitoring if you sign up by Sept. 24
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Boeing workers reject contract, begin strike today
 •  Hawaiian's passenger miles slip

Opinion
 •  After the bluster, time to focus on the issues
COMMENTARY
 •  GOP's Sarah Palin the Bridge to Nowhere
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MUSIC
 •  Symphony returns to 'power and glory'
THEATER
 •  ACT's Dickens musical looks great, lacks spunk
 •  TGI Saturday