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Articles for September 8, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Solo bike officer injured in Wahiawa accident
 •  Parents sue government over baby's death after airport confinement
 •  Laupahoehoe traffic fatality victim identified
 •  Car crashes into Kauai cemetery
 •  Kauai holding Health & Wellness Fair Friday
 •  Volunteers to continue search for Australian hiker
 •  Survey finds most favor Mauna Kea telescopes
 •  ‘Wheel of Fortune’ arrives in Hawaii
 •  Maryland visitor's cause of death deferred
 •  Wailea wildfire on Maui extinguished
 •  Ewa woman beaten with hammer fighting for her life
 •  Son arrested in fatal Kona stabbing
 •  Man gets 10 years in Internet teen sex case
 •  Foundation sets up fund after Coast Guard chopper crash off Oahu
 •  Hawaii copper thief pleads guilty; prosecutor seeks 10 years in prison
 •  Crew repairing water main at Ala Wai harbor
 •  TheBoat cancels some of today’s sailings
 •  South Kohala evacuees return home after brushfire
 •  Airfares up, but lower hotel rates offset the pain
 •  Honolulu, Maui rank 3rd, 4th for travel
 •  Annual HMSA flu shot clinics start this month
 •  Hurricane Ike veers away from Keys, but Gulf Coast braces
 •  Ohio mom gets life in prison for microwaving baby
 •  MSNBC says Olbermann, Matthews won’t anchor politics
 •  Maui's historic Maria Lanakila Church celebrates 150 years today
 •  Isolated showers expected this afternoon
 •  High surf advisory continues along south shores
 •  Pfizer urges U.S. panel to back new osteoporosis drug
 •  Things to do around Oahu today
 •  Jury selection to begin in OJ Simpson robbery case
 •  Stocks surge in early trading
 •  McCain, GOP get bounce in poll
 •  Video shows dead Afghan children after U.S. raid
 •  Swimmer's body found off Laie
 •  Warrior QB Graunke is WAC player of week
 •  Patriots QB Tom Brady out for season
 •  Preps: Trojans eager to start MIL football season
 •  NFL: Rodgers solid as Packers beat Vikings 24-19
 •  Former Warrior and Jaguar guard Manuwai out for season
 •  NFL: Healthy Cutler leads Broncos past Raiders 41-14
 •  Body found near campsite of missing UFC fighter
 •  Baseball: Hank Steinbrenner says Girardi will return in 2009
 •  Michael Phelps says he’ll donate $1 million to charity
 •  Tennis: Federer beats Murray for 5th US Open, 13th major
 •  Cycling: Armstrong might return for ’09 Tour de France
 •  NFL: Seahawks QB Hasselbeck had injection, says back is fine
 •  NFL: Cowboys sign third-team QB
 •  Prep girls volleyball standings
 •  Prep football scores, standings
 •  Sumo: Russian wrestlers expelled for marijuana
 •  NFL: Vince Young MRI rescheduled for tomorrow
 •  NFL: LT says toe is OK; Chargers’ pride is certainly bruised
 •  NFL: 49ers encouraged despite opening loss to Cardinals
 •  NFL: Seahawks’ WR Burleson out for season
 •  NFL: Saints Bush’s promising start has his coach beaming
 •  NFL: Strahan’s pick of Cowboys gets Giants’ attention
 •  NFL: Chiefs safety Pollard regrets Brady’s injury
 •  NFL: Fisher says first X-rays were negative on QB’s knee
 •  NFL: Quarterbacks still endangered species in this league
 •  MLB: Mets say Billy Wagner probably out for season
 •  CFB: Huskies still stinging from questionable call
 •  NFL: New era, same errors for 49ers in opening loss
 •  NFL: Bears raise the roof in victory over Colts in Lucas Oil Stadium
 •  MLB: Burris positioned as Giants’ shortstop of future
 •  CFB: Late Gators field goal leaves Miami coach miffed
 •  CFB: Georgia RB heading for another big season
 •  On the air: Monday's radio and TV
 •  On the air Tuesday: Baseball
 •  Honolulu Liquor Commission fines restaurants for violations
 •  Sprinkle, Young to take over 6 p.m. news slot at KITV
 •  Aqua Hotels offers its employees an ownership stake
 •  Go! flights slightly less full than a year ago
 •  Blue Lava Technologies offers photo sharing software
 •  Kalihi school celebrating its 80th anniversary with Mass, coronation
 •  Peace Bell to be cleaned in advance of Sept. 21 event
 •  Unified effort needed to curb Kailua erosion
 •  Radio listeners benefit with a stronger KIPO

Local News
 •  Development, housing key issues in District 46
 •  Six novices jostling for vacant House seat
 •  Search ended for pilot in crash Video
 •  For type 1 diabetics, ignorance is deadly Photo gallery
 •  Kaimuki 8th-grader with type 1 copes with frustrations and risks Photo gallery
 •  UH professor, diagnosed at 8, aims 'to be there for my family'
 •  Diagnoses of daughter, mom cause lifestyle switch for family
 •  Camp teaches Malia, other young diabetics ways to manage disease
 •  Obama says theology's beyond his scope
 •  McCain lashes out at Bush and GOP
 •  Post-convention poll shows McCain has taken lead
 •  Army receives long-lost Capra Oscar
 •  Commander defines need in Afghanistan
 •  Hawaii public school AD pay part of general funds now
 •  Makiki man, 19, charged in shooting that paralyzed teen Video
 •  'Ewa Beach man charged in attack
 •  Kailua's sandy shore fading Photo gallery
 •  Fishpond preservation effort needs volunteers
 •  Lane closures continuing along Fort Weaver Road
 •  School robotics club to receive $10,000 gift
 •  Astronomy tech center open house on Sept. 12
 •  Northbound H-2 onramp closed daily this week
 •  Camp Sloggett in Koke'e needs help with cleanup
 •  September is library card sign-up month for kids
 •  Hawaiians unite to mark queen's birth Photo gallery
 •  Symphony season opens with dazzler from Watts
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Vice-presidential candidates' sons on the way to Iraq

 •  Hawaii spikes Cincinnati Photo gallery
 •  McMackin tough on Graunke
 •  Late coach inspires Hui Lanakila
 •  Villegas wins BMW title for first PGA Tour crown
 •  Patriots' Brady hurts knee, reportedly lost for season Photo gallery
 •  Late TD lifts Panthers Photo gallery
 •  49ers QB Smith might need surgery Photo gallery
 •  East Carolina at No. 14 in AP poll after pair of upsets
 •  Dodgers sweep D'Backs
 •  Serena takes title, top spot with win
 •  UH soccer wins first of season
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Business as usual for Sateles

Island Life
 •  In the bag
 •  'Tiny House' just fine for Yale student
 •  'Lost' producer a pro at keeping busy
 •  Britney Spears makes a comeback splash
 •  'Tiny House' just fine for Yale student
 •  For the environment
 •  Talking about energy
 •  Talking about energy
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Quiz: Can you tell whether your food is safe?
 •  Breast self-exams: a touch of uncertainty
 •  Liver damage a risk for overweight teenagers

 •  Pure Pacific dives into deep-sea water market
 •  Consumers gravitating toward organic personal care products
 •  Connecting flights can cut airfare costs
 •  Cruise lines alter courses to save fuel
 •  How to cope if your flight is canceled
 •  Federal highway trust fund faces $200 million shortfall
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Maui
 •  Gibson to head Hilton resort
 •  Auto industry to press Congress for $50B in loans
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Time to win the war on diabetes in Hawaii
 •  Poor Dubya, the missing man in St. Paul
 •  Adjusting ourselves to the new airline world
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Britney Spears makes a comeback splash
 •  TGI Monday