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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 23, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Appeals court denies Stop Rail Now bid to place ordinance on ballot
 •  Candle blamed for Pearl City apartment fire
 •  Navy IDs sailor, says he was pinned by rudder ram
 •  Lingle to campaign for McCain/Palin on Mainland
 •  Lingle: Budget deficit to stall talks with state union employees
 •  Man indicted in Waikiki beating, sex assault
 •  No tsunami threat from Mexican quake
 •  Schools chief to address budget cuts tomorrow
 •  21 arrested in Maui immigration raid
 •  Former Marine protests Medal of Honor snub
 •  State hosts island healthcare gathering
 •  Waipahu man facing third '08 robbery charge
 •  Traffic camera installation begins in Kaneohe
 •  Filipino WWII vets could get up to $15,000
 •  Tannya Joaquin joining KGMB9 in February
 •  Statewide campaign against underage drinking announced
 •  Short power outage planned Thursday on Kauai
 •  Remains of three fallen soldiers 'coming home'
 •  Public comment sought on Kauai’s Kilauea ag park
 •  Obama's sister to appear at Kailua rally Thursday
 •  Nanakuli Elementary awarded $400K fed grant
 •  Maui County closing physician's home in Hana
 •  Man to be tried for damaging Waianae restaurant
 •  LahainaTown Action Committee making cuts
 •  Hilo child abuse sentence delayed
 •  2 elderly men, woman visitor missing in Puna
 •  10 'missing' foster teens located in the past week
 •  'Red Cross Heroes' to be honored Saturday
 •  Weather: Partly cloudy with isolated showers
 •  Lusitana Street to get $3.7 million upgrade
 •  Panel to consider flow rates for East Maui streams
 •  Surf: 2 feet or less along all shores today
 •  Oahu volunteers to remove invasive weeds
 •  Kaneohe man, 68, accused of sex assault on child
 •  Cleo the hippo dies at Honolulu Zoo
 •  Cause of death deferred in 2 Honolulu cases
 •  Local Filipino-American vets rally for benefits
 •  UH: Trainer Toth to sign new book at football game
 •  MLB: Red Sox clinch playoff spot by beating Cleveland
 •  Yankees win, but ousted from postseason for first time since 1995
 •  CFB: QB for UH-foe Washington State out with back fracture
 •  It’s good to be T.O.: New book, endorsement
 •  MLB: Santana’s single sparks a much-needed Mets win
 •  CFB: Georgia hopes to black out the Crimson Tide
 •  NFL: Broncos place Nalen on injured reserve
 •  NFL: He's no Saint; Nesbit suspended for violating drug policy
 •  Track and field: Arkansas sanctions upheld; titles in doubt
 •  NFL: 49ers’ Spencer out for season with knee injury
 •  CFB: Mountain West Conference makes the rankings
 •  NFL: Mangini anticipates Favre to play Sunday
 •  Horrific football hazing case shakes NM town
 •  UH football: More free buses available for students
 •  NBA: Guard Juan Dixon returns to Washington Wizards
 •  Sumo: Hakuho, Goeido share lead; Asashoryu pulls out
 •  NFL: Chiefs’ Huard could start Sunday against Broncos
 •  NFL: Rams will start Green on Sunday against Bills
 •  NFL: Steelers’ Parker, Hampton out for Ravens game
 •  CFB: Tressel: Wells probable for Minnesota
 •  NFL: Texans owner McNair expects to play at Reliant
 •  NFL: Among six unbeaten teams, Cowboys most impressive
 •  NBA: Spurs sign first-round pick George Hill
 •  NFL: Kiffin slithers along where few coaches could survive
 •  NFL: Vikings linebacker Hilgenberg dies at 66
 •  College: Arkansas sanctions upheld; track titles in doubt
 •  Cycling: Contador could leave Astana if Armstrong signs on
 •  MLB: Blue Jays to partner with Las Vegas 51s
 •  MLB: Spring training will expand by 6 days
 •  Tennis: U.S. to open 2009 Davis Cup vs. Switzerland
 •  MLB: Cubs juggle rotation to prepare for playoffs
 •  Baseball: Oh to step down at end of season
 •  MLB: 18 arrested for stealing pieces of Yankee Stadium
 •  CFB: JoePa hopes to be back on sideline for Penn State
 •  Auto racing: Hamilton fails to overturn Belgian GP penalty
 •  College: Idaho cheerleaders to replace skimpy outfits
 •  Track: Olympic bronze medalist Jackson wins 400 hurdles in Japan
 •  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
 •  State's 3rd Apple store to open in Waikiki Saturday
 •  Land including International Market Place to be redeveloped
 •  Economic index for Hawaii falls for fifth straight month
 •  HR Biopetroleum names Sabarsky as CFO, COO
 •  Longs repeats refusal to entertain Walgreen's buyout offer
 •  Stocks extend fall as Street weighs bailout plan
 •  Stocks rise as investors track hearing on bailout
 •  Stocks extend fall as traders weigh bailout
 •  Lecture series slated for Oct. 16-19 at UCC-Judd Street
 •  Church leaders, community service organizations to network at event
 •  Doodlebops to visit hospitalized keiki Thursday
 •  Superferry, state share duty to protect resources

Local News
 •  Court ruling on anti-rail measure expected today
 •  Delegation wants taxpayer safeguards
 •  Sub stays at Pearl Harbor after death of sailor offshore
 •  Retired Hawaii teachers warn of diabetes dangers
 •  Hawaii's rents highest in U.S.
 •  Hawaii mayor won 90% of voting precincts during primary election Video
 •  Lack of shelters troubles vog zone Video
 •  Ferry urged to outline risks after dog's death
 •  Kawaiaha'o members reject bigger budget
 •  Water commission will hold meeting on streams
 •  Obama's sister to speak at rally Sunday afternoon
 •  Kauai police use Taser after 5-hour standoff
 •  Two H-1 lanes will close nightly through Friday
 •  Library hosting activities for families every week
 •  Kupuna fair held Friday at Festival Marketplace
 •  Honolulu-bound H-3 lane closing today, tomorrow
 •  Boys & Girls Club opens school-based teen center
 •  Community calendar
 •  Taste at Kapolei now its own event
 •  Obituaries
 •  There's no defense for e-mail slurs

 •  QB Graunke sits out drills Video
 •  Mitchell keys Kalaheo win
 •  Viloria will face Mexican foe in tune-up bout Thursday
 •  Herring hurting, receives honor
 •  QB Graunke sits out drills Video
 •  Mitchell keys Kalaheo win
 •  Week in Review
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Football
 •  Girls volleyball
 •  This week's events
 •  Chargers trash Jets, 48-29
 •  Spartans' Tomey returning 'home'
 •  Browns are considering QB switch
 •  Phillies still on a roll
 •  Indians keep Red Sox from clinching, 4-3
 •  BYUH volleyball wins epic
 •  UH women's goalie Lu earns WAC award
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH to face QB who is Colt-like

Island Life
 •  Wearable art
 •  He's the ultimate male sex symbol — and more
 •  For Andie MacDowell, 50 is just fine
 •  A love-hate affair with running
 •  Kawaiaha'o members reject bigger budget
 •  New site for moms has even more great content
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  'Gift of Aloha' returns for the holidays

 •  Investment banks leave big-profit void
 •  Walgreen pressures Longs on offer
 •  FAA punishes 2 go! pilots accused of falling asleep Video
 •  Outlook for holiday sales nothing to be merry about
 •  Bankruptcy case moved to Hawaii
 •  Extending the sphere of engineering in Hawaii Audio
 •  Hoana to sell in Canada, Japan
 •  Oil prices spike over worries on bailout plan
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Hawaii deserves better voter turnout, interest
 •  Moloka'i wind farm offers benefits to all
 •  Budget plans needed from McCain, Obama
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Tuesday