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Articles for September 17, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Homeless lose tents in Waianae brushfire
 •  Tips sought on missing Waikiki woman
 •  Sewage spill quicky contained in Moanalua
 •  Wahiawa couple suspected of multiple sex assaults
 •  Assault, sex assault reported in Waikiki
 •  Second Ewa Beach robbery suspect arrested
 •  Lipstick thief caught in Waikiki
 •  Accused suspect threatened murder-suicide
 •  Man charged with damaging Waianae fast-food restaurant
 •  Car plows into Kapiolani nightclub
 •  Search finds no trace of Kauai fisherman
 •  Kona group honors top police officer
 •  Honolulu leads in seat-belt citations
 •  Armed suspect sought in Manoa robbery
 •  Target malfunctions, missile test canceled
 •  Maui small business awards dinner Oct. 10
 •  HUD awards $2 million for Maui projects
 •  Bus driver sentenced to up to 20 years in 2006 fatal Kahaluu accident
 •  Shawn Ching leaving KITV to become lawyer
 •  Water-use restrictions considered on Maui
 •  Students, Lions Club ready Peace Bell for ceremony
 •  Defense bill authorizes spending $629.5 million in Hawai‘i
 •  Obama's sister to attend Big Island rally
 •  Ala Wai Harbor parking committee to meet Sept. 24
 •  Crash reported on H-1 east at University exit
 •  Women's leadership conference set for Sept. 24
 •  Deadline to file for arts grants is Nov. 21
 •  Surf: 4-6 feet likely along north-facing shores today
 •  New trial ordered in Maui murder case
 •  Weather: Trade winds likely to die off later this week
 •  Man charged with illegal entry into Mililani home
 •  Aloha Festivals Floral Parade winners announced
 •  California police to return without Japanese man
 •  Pearl City Peace Bell clean-up set for today
 •  Thousands of drivers violate HOV lanes daily
 •  Public input sought on recreation plan revisions
 •  Kai scores in 72nd minute, U.S. beats Ireland
 •  Wie shoots 7-under 65, vaults to 2nd at LPGA Q-School
 •  Preps: Kaahumanu Hou tops Kihei Charter in MIL volleyball
 •  Waianae's Bartels wins pro surfing contest in Brazil
 •  NFL: Jaguars re-sign veteran guard Naeole
 •  WAC acknowledges replay error in Wisconsin-Fresno State Game
 •  Prep girls volleyball standings
 •  CFB: Cardinals rush by Kansas State
 •  NFL: Fargas, McFadden miss practice for Raiders
 •  CFB: Status uncertain of Ohio State’s Wells for Troy
 •  NFL: QB JTO already taking a beating with 49ers
 •  NFL: With 0-2 record, Rams coach on the hot seat
 •  NFL: 49ers right tackle, cornerback out
 •  NFL: Chargers Tomlinson sits out practice to rest sore big toe
 •  NFL: Chiefs to start Thigpen at QB
 •  CFB: Penn St. players charged with marijuana possession
 •  NFL: Vikings bench QB Jackson, turn to Frerotte
 •  Sumo: Hakuho 4-0 in autumn tournament
 •  CFB: WAC officials reviewing disputed call
 •  NBA: Wizards Arenas has 3rd knee operation
 •  College: Woodward new athletic director at Washington
 •  NFL: Colts safety Sanders could be out 6 weeks
 •  MLB: Cain again gets no help from Giants
 •  NFL: Niners long-woeful offense finally moving
 •  Paralympics wrap up with closing ceremony
 •  Tennis: Russia's Kuznetsova advances at Pan Pacific
 •  Olympics: 3 champions want cross country back in Games
 •  Soccer: FIFA boss calls for more promotion of 2010 World Cup
 •  Cycling: Several Tour de France riders retested for EPO
 •  MLB: Sacramento repeats as Triple-A champs
 •  Golf: Azinger calls on 13th man to spur on U.S.
 •  Hawaii workers' comp rates headed for another decline
 •  Bank of Hawaii puts ATMs in 29 local Jamba Juice stores
 •  Hawaii asks MillerCoors not to sell energy drink here
 •  Hawaiian Airlines pilots seek mediation in contract talks
 •  Longs rebuffs Walgreen's takeover bid
 •  Kauai native to head local managed care plan
 •  Investment firm raises Hoku shares to 'buy' from 'neutral'
 •  Harvest Moon Festival to be Oct. 4 at Jodo Mission
 •  2008 Oahu Sacred Music Festival slated for Sept. 28
 •  Mother Marianne, Sisters of St. Francis to be honored at musical benefit
 •  Ohio State professor to lead Futuba lecture program
 •  HTY seeks ushers for monthly shows
 •  Ballet Hawaii sets auditions for its 'Nutcracker'
 •  BOE must stand firm on painful budget cuts

Local News
 •  Hannemann focusing on rail, core city services
 •  Fed steps in to save AIG
 •  Former broker stole millions
 •  H-1 Freeway to open afternoon Zipper Lane in about 3 years
 •  Honolulu job fair draws bigger crowd as times get tough Photo gallery
 •  AIG bailout eases concerns about Hawaii subsidiaries
 •  Donald K.L. Wong, former special agent for state AG
 •  So far, so good for zoo's 3 new tiger cubs Video
 •  Doctor, caregiver battle for Big Isle Senate seat
 •  Army plans updated look at impact on Makua Valley
 •  McCain helped foster economic crisis, Obama says Photo gallery
 •  Obama racks up $9M in one night Photo gallery
 •  Kidnapping case suspect arrested
 •  Big Island mayor out of intensive care at Queen's
 •  Volunteers needed to clean up harbor Saturday
 •  Mayoral candidates to be at HCC forum today
 •  Kuahelani's basketball, volleyball courts re-open
 •  Hunting and Fishing Day will benefit foodbank
 •  Hoakalei Country Club, course open in January
 •  Circle-island swimmer films Oahu ocean trash
 •  With $1 trillion in assets, AIG's future matters
 •  Tourism board faulted on CEO
 •  Arizona Memorial supervisor named
 •  Community calendar
 •  Search for Kauai fisherman begins
 •  Salutes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Hoping for a mayoral race runoff

 •  Warriors lineman sidelined six weeks Photo gallery Video
 •  UNLV lineman Taumua breaks through in upset
 •  Kamehameha turns back Hawaii Baptist in ILH Photo gallery
 •  Warriors lineman sidelined six weeks Photo gallery Video
 •  Kamehameha turns back Hawaii Baptist in ILH Photo gallery
 •  Football standings and statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  This week
 •  Prep notices
 •  Wie shoots 2-under at Q-School Photo gallery
 •  Distance races paddling into financial debt
 •  Texans might move game to Rice campus
 •  Irish learning to deal with early success
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Kuromoto still supports Colt's team
 •  Giants' first-round pick Posey will be BeachBoy
 •  Phillies rally back into NL East lead
 •  Hawaii players kick start Sac State
 •  Kai is Sky Blue in new pro league
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'Tis the season
 •  Facebook boots many for 'misuse'
 •  'Stop the Clocks!' suffers from awkward growing pains
 •  Run-walk Oct. 18 at Kualoa Ranch
 •  Goriness in Hell calls for your imagination
 •  Catch her (if you can) on VIP feature
 •  Slow, smokin' barbecue
 •  New culinary 'Dictionary' is laughing matter
 •  A chance to sample beef raised in the Islands
 •  A whole lot of flavors going on at barbecue fest
 •  Rely on tasty herb blends for quick shrimp kebabs
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Whip up a flavorful chicken dish
 •  A lightened up chicken Florentine
 •  Indulge in food, wine, music at Friday street festival
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Chemical tied to health risks
 •  No child left behind in 2008 election

 •  State pension system's assets down by $600M
 •  Hawaiian Telcom, workers reach tentative agreement
 •  Consumers get some relief, thanks to decline in energy
 •  British bank buying part of Lehman
 •  Fed moves to stem market meltdown
 •  FDIC short on funds after 11 banks, thrifts fail
 •  Home Depot slashing prices in bid to lure back customers
 •  GM officially unveils its Volt, revamped since design show
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Bankruptcies
 •  Hoku lines up additional financing
 •  Automakers likely will get $25 billion in federal loans

 •  House energy bill offers a way forward
 •  Paulson gambles, world holds its breath
 •  Moose on the loose in Palin country
 •  Gov. Lingle is right, HTA's Johnson must go
 •  Hoping for a mayoral race runoff
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Goriness in Hell calls for your imagination
 •  TGI Wednesday