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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 22, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Precinct-by-precinct results released
 •  Cause of death deferred in 2 Honolulu cases
 •  Waipahu man facing third '08 robbery charge
 •  Man to be tried for damaging Waianae restaurant
 •  Oahu volunteers to remove invasive weeds
 •  Kaneohe man, 68, accused of sex assault on child
 •  Man, 19, critically injured in Laie pickup truck crash
 •  2 elderly men, woman visitor missing in Puna
 •  Kauai standoff suspect charged
 •  Big Isle short of facilities to counter volcanic fumes
 •  $2.7M in improvements slated for Big Island veterans cemetery
 •  Inouye among more than 200 possible witnesses in Stevens trial
 •  Hawaii lawmakers want speedy financial bailout, with safeguards
 •  Cleo the hippo dies at Honolulu Zoo
 •  Congregation rejects $20M Kawaiahao renovation plan
 •  H-3 lane closure to affect traffic from windward
 •  Democrats push own plan to deal with financial meltdown
 •  Night lane closures set for H-1 from Waipahu to çAiea
 •  Boys & Girls Club opens Nänäkuli teen center
 •  Meeting Wednesday on East Maui stream flow
 •  Central Maui declared under ‘extreme drought’
 •  Accident on eastbound H-1, but traffic moving
 •  Dow closes down more than 300 amid uncertainty
 •  Honolulu ranked 17th among Most Sustainable Cities
 •  U.N. votes to extend NATO troop stay in Afghanistan
 •  Emmys get smaller TV audience
 •  Bush, Democrats lobby for their own economic bailout plans
 •  Oil prices spike amid angst over economic bailout plan
 •  Traffic at H-1/H-2 merge eases, builds at Middle Street merge
 •  Asians moving to Mountain West region
 •  Small surf today along O‘ahu shores
 •  Chance of rain on O‘ahu today
 •  Retired couple keep teaching — about stopping diabetes
 •  Rainbow Wahine's Herring in crutches, earns WAC volleyball honor
 •  Rainbow Wahine's Lu earns WAC soccer honors
 •  Chargers leave no doubt with 48-29 win over Jets
 •  Idaho cheerleaders to replace skimpy outfits
 •  NFL: Kiffin remains Raiders coach for now
 •  MLB: Burrell goes deep, helping Phillies beat Braves
 •  NFL: Saints Shockey out 3-6 weeks with a sports hernia
 •  NFL: Payton frustrated with Saints short-yardage failures
 •  NBA: Sacramento F Abdur-Rahim retires with knee woes
 •  NBA: Blazer fans welcome Spanish star guard Rudy Fernandez
 •  NBA: Suns sign European point guard, eventual Nash replacement
 •  NFL: Packers' Harris tested amid report of ruptured spleen
 •  Colleges: Notre Dame athletes arrested on alcohol charges
 •  MLB: Jeter’s bat, spikes headed to Hall of Fame
 •  MLB: Carmona, Sheffield, 2 others suspended for brawl
 •  GM opts against Super Bowl ad amid cost cutting
 •  NFL: Calf operation rules Redskins’ Taylor out for Dallas game
 •  Tubby Smith’s nephew killed in Massachusetts
 •  Olympics: King, US dressage team disqualified
 •  MLB: Yankees donate $1 million for hurricane relief efforts
 •  NFL: Lions’ Millen should resign, team vice chairman says
 •  CFB: Injured Ball State WR Love likely out of football
 •  Prep girls volleyball standings
 •  NFL: 49ers O’Sullivan’s rapid ascent continues
 •  Olympics: Halkia appears before Greek prosecutor over doping
 •  Sumo: Hakuho clinches eighth win in autumn tournament
 •  NFL: Buc QB Griese’s return is bad news for Bears
 •  MLB: Giants had best game of season in beating Dodgers
 •  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 games to be shown at theatre
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  Hawaii papaya production down in July
 •  Survey: Hawaii residents less stressed than national average
 •  Blue Planet execs to address venture capital group
 •  BlueWave Technology partners with Mainland firm
 •  HPM Building Supply wins environmental certification
 •  Wally Amos opens new Chip & Cookie store in Waikiki
 •  Hoana Medical gets OK to market LifeBed in Japan, Canada
 •  Kupuna fair set Friday in Waipahu
 •  Kahuku library schedules October activities
 •  Summer’s over: ’Dark Knight,’ and ’Sex’ emerge as the season’s winners
 •  Filipino exhibit, events to be at library in October
 •  Korean film 'Divine Weapon' to be HIFF opener
 •  Hawaii deserves better voter turnout, interest

Local News
 •  W. Oahu has beef with Navy
 •  Schools bracing for huge cutbacks
 •  Islanders gather in pursuit of peace Photo gallery
 •  Mayoral candidates gear up for Round 2 Photo gallery Video
 •  Fate of Honolulu rail system placed in hands of voters
 •  161-year-old Washington Place showing age, deferred upkeep
 •  Primary election final results
 •  Priest's sainthood poses dilemma for Kalaupapa
 •  Record 33% may vote early for president
 •  It's a 'band of brothers' — and sisters, too
 •  Baghdad bound, in belly of a C-17
 •  Psychologists group won't aid military interrogations
 •  Autopsy today on trespass suspect
 •  Obituaries
 •  Medal of Honor denial stirs strong reaction in many

 •  U.S. golf finally life of the party
 •  Cowboys stymie Packers Photo gallery
 •  Rainbows net 'huge victory' in soccer
 •  49ers roar past Lions Photo gallery
 •  Brown helps Dolphins shock Patriots
 •  Giants tiptoe way past Bengals
 •  Vanderbilt in AP poll for first time since '84
 •  2 Eagles offensive stars injured against Steelers
 •  NFL summaries
 •  NFL Standings | Week 3
 •  Yankees win in stadium farewell
 •  Boston clinches tie for AL wild card
 •  Patacchia surfs into third round
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Fey steals the show Photo gallery
 •  Redecorating? Thrift Girl to the rescue
 •  Emmys show packed with politics
 •  HIFF opens ticket sales to members
 •  Winners at the 60th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
 •  Redecorating? Thrift Girl to the rescue
 •  Good, green fun at Discover Recycling Fair
 •  Good, green fun at Discover Recycling Fair
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  State may roll back high-tech tax credit
 •  Cooking newbies are turning to home dining to slash costs
 •  Airlines struggling to maintain service
 •  In casinos, gaudy carpets point way
 •  Town vants to velcome you to Twilight zone
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Oahu
 •  Hawaii resident on Forbes 400 list
 •  Consortium hopes music on memory cards catches on

 •  A call to action for Hawaii's volunteers
 •  Four-day workweek seems to work, so far
 •  Community organizers better life for others
 •  The unforeseen can make a mockery of polls
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  HIFF opens ticket sales to members
 •  Winners at the 60th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
 •  TGI Monday