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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 9, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Mayoral debate tonight streaming live at HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Surfer attacked by shark in Ka'a'awa
 •  Motorcyclist critically injured in Waikiki
 •  Innards found at beaches were from animals, officials say
 •  Maui wildfire extinguished after 2 weeks
 •  Shark sightings keep 3 Big Island beaches closed
 •  Expert: Higa unfit to stand trial
 •  Parker School on Big Isle warns of 'benefit' scam
 •  Murder suspect indicted in Ala Moana Park shooting
 •  Three brushfires near Kunia Road extinguished
 •  Kahuku getting new Plantation Days mural
 •  Candidate forum Thursday in Nänäkuli
 •  3 chosen to receive Plantation Legacy Awards
 •  Solo bike officer hit by driver with suspended license
 •  Company fined for Kauai pesticide violations
 •  Aoki appointed to Maui planning post
 •  Big Island man struck by SUV during argument
 •  Suspect in fatal Kona stabbing facing drug charges
 •  Arson suspected in Big Island store fire
 •  Volunteer search for hiker resumes tomorrow
 •  'Wheel of Fortune' arrives in Hawaii
 •  Car crashes into Kauai cemetery
 •  'Ewa woman, beaten with hammer, fighting for her life
 •  Kauai holding Health & Wellness Fair Friday
 •  No cause-of-death finding yet for Maryland man
 •  Mayoral debate streamed live at HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Six injured in Hana Highway collision on Maui
 •  Survey finds most favor Mauna Kea telescopes
 •  Appeals lift Molokai schools' 'No Child' rating
 •  Fire reported in Waialae area was vehicle exhaust
 •  High schools eligible for traffic safety grants
 •  Dole Plantation maze recaptures world record title
 •  Weather: Mostly sunny with an occasional shower
 •  Surf: Near advisory levels again today on south shores
 •  Wie enters qualifying school for LPGA Tour
 •  An older (19), wiser Wie takes the right LPGA path
 •  MMA fighter Evan Tanner found dead in desert
 •  CFB: Nevada's Lippincott lost for year, may be back next year
 •  MLB: Jeter passes Babe Ruth on Yankees’ hits list
 •  CFB: Ohio State’s Wells says he’s ready to carry 45 times vs. USC
 •  NFL: Dolphins Ricky Williams not absolved of $8 million debt
 •  NBA: Chalmers hit with $20,000 fine; he won’t face a suspension
 •  NFL: Merriman decides to have surgery, after all
 •  NFL: Roethlisberger has sore shoulder, expected to play
 •  CFB: SEC games on CBS to also be shown online
 •  NFL: Pats Belichick says he’s in no rush to sign new QB
 •  NBA: Bryant says no surgery on pinkie finger
 •  Cycling: Armstrong coming out of retirement for Tour
 •  College: Nevada AD says good news in NCAA probe
 •  CFB: Beanie’s back and practicing with Buckeyes
 •  NFL: Broncos WR Royal makes impression with 146-yard debut
 •  NFL: Brady’s knee injury costs NFL a sponsor favorite
 •  NFL: Jackson fails to deliver as Vikings QB
 •  NFL: Packers may have QB of future; Vikes may not
 •  CFB: Huskies release LB Savannah from scholarship
 •  MLB: John Smoltz wants to pitch for Braves in 2009
 •  NFL: Agent says QB Vince Young was watching football
 •  CFB: Spurrier says both QBs, young WRs to play vs. Georgia
 •  Swimming: Ryan Lochte says he’s missed 2 drug tests
 •  NBA: 76ers, Cheeks agree on terms of contract extension
 •  CFB: QB Mauk loses appeal for 1 more year
 •  NFL: Jaguars sign 2 to bolster depleted offensive line
 •  CFB: NMSU gets Alcorn State; Nicholls State canceled
 •  Paralympics: `Blade Runner’ Pistorius wins 100 meters
 •  MLB: After sweep, Dodgers come up empty vs. San Diego
 •  MLB: Giants’ Lincecum boosts Cy Young talk with near shutout
 •  Paralympics: Pakistani powerlifter banned for 2 years
 •  Paralympics: Winner forced to return gold after wheelchair crash
 •  Cycling: Armstrong return denied by team linked to ex-champion
 •  NBA: Portland’s Frye undergoes ankle surgery, out 8-10 weeks
 •  NFL: Raiders' slogan should be 'I'm in' trouble
 •  OPEC will trim oil output to boost falling prices
 •  Hoku executives to speak at clean energy conference
 •  State names new head of epidemiology
 •  NAPA to acquire local Redline, C.W. Carter outlets
 •  Mera Pharmaceuticals swings to a profit
 •  State wins $500K grant from U.S. Department of Energy
 •  Sygenta Seeds to pay fine in Kauai pesticide case
 •  Hawaiçi hotel occupancy, daily room rates fell in July
 •  Aloha Air Cargo installs 'hush kits' on aircraft

Local News
 •  Island Marines go MRAP
 •  Helicopter crash probes go on
 •  Copper thief pleads guilty, may get long term Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii bankruptcies up 50%
 •  40% expected to cast early ballot in Hawaii's primary election Photo gallery Video
 •  Budget cuts top concern among BOE candidates
 •  Hawaiians dying young of diabetes
 •  Wai'anae has more diabetes cases than rest of state, by far
 •  Celades lost 28 pounds — and 'laziness'
 •  Dialysis trip takes toll in Hana
 •  'Big Hawaiian' drops pounds after dieting, eating less candy
 •  Turning his life around paid off
 •  Parents file suit in death of baby
 •  Kauai judge to rule in burials dispute
 •  Subdivision residents return after fire doused
 •  Kauai judge to rule in burials dispute
 •  Sign up Mondays to take ballroom dance classes are
 •  Group makes progress, may save Falls of Clyde
 •  Library to host free keiki music program Sept. 18
 •  Group invites volunteers to clean up around heiau
 •  Book-based movie geared to keiki age five and up
 •  'Farlington Rabbit,' play for keiki, will be at library
 •  For baby's sake, avoid alcohol
 •  Community calendar
 •  Therapist gets 10-year jail term
 •  Obituaries
 •  Doc shares her voice in poetry

 •  UH secures 6-5, 310-pound DL from Brisbane, Australia
 •  Pac-Five QB Minaya shakes off nerves, cold for big game
 •  UH-Hilo volleyball starts strong again
 •  Graunke honored by WAC Photo gallery
 •  Pac-Five QB Minaya shakes off nerves, cold for big game
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  This Week's Events
 •  Patriots lose QB Brady for season
 •  Rodgers guides Pack to 24-19 win
 •  Broncos dump Raiders
 •  Injury sidelines Miami RB James
 •  Red Sox sting Rays
 •  'It means the world to me'
 •  Hawaii women's volleyball ranked 10th in coaches' poll
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Pac-10 not atop ref ratings

Island Life
 •  Follow the clues to the ultimate prize
 •  Tips to keep extra pounds off in college
 •  'Pajama Sam' a simple, fun kids' game
 •  Palin has shaken things up
 •  Top chefs to help Roy's celebrate, raise money
 •  BJ Penn dishes on his favorite hangouts
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  For baby's sake, avoid alcohol
 •  Palin has shaken things up
 •  KITV's Young lost in Venetian Macau

 •  Florida-based insurer enters Hawaii market
 •  Aqua Hotels to offer stock ownership plan to workers
 •  Liquor Commission issues fines
 •  Focusing on relationships with customers, community Audio
 •  Fannie, Freddie too big to let fail
 •  Top price at 99-cent retail chain edges closer to $1
 •  Security researchers find easy pickings at banks
 •  U.S. exports could suffer in drawn-out Boeing strike
 •  Site posts old story on bankrupt United
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Business Registrations
 •  KITV's 5 p.m. team expands duties
 •  Consumers cut their borrowing to 7-month low
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Unified effort needed to curb Kailua erosion
 •  Radio listeners benefit with a stronger KIPO
 •  McCain on taxes: A convenient untruth
 •  Justice in destroying a life unnecessarily?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday