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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 24, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Bush warns nation of 'long and painful recession' if rescue plan fails to pass
 •  7 robbed at gunpoint at Kalihi business
 •  Oahu woman pleads guilty to mortgage fraud
 •  Plea deal still in limbo in Pali Golf Course murder case
 •  Man's body found floating near Hilo pier
 •  Hawaii, take note: Study shows Seattle's CPR training saves lives
 •  Navy commander to be sentenced Jan. 20 for child porn
 •  ‘Aina Haina to get 'sneak peak' at shopping center changes
 •  Hawaii education chief: Budget cuts could lead to 165 fewer positions
 •  Vandals sought on Big Island
 •  Big Island police warn of possible Internet scam
 •  MADD candlelight vigil set for Saturday
 •  Consultant: Wall Street crisis will not threaten O‘ahu federal mass transit funds
 •  North King Street water main break repaired
 •  Fire burns 20 acres of Big Island pasture land
 •  'Peak' day for jellyfish influx light in Waikiki
 •  Compadres to say 'adios' on Friday
 •  Local firm wins $32.7 million contract to rebuild Arizona Memorial
 •  Waipahu to host Brown Bags to Stardom auditions
 •  National Day of Action volunteers needed in Waiçanae
 •  October closure set for Fort Street satellite city hall
 •  Disabled vets to get slightly higher pensions Dec. 1
 •  Community endowment fund will help windward students
 •  Truck fire slows Farrington Highway near power plant
 •  CEOs of bailed-out firms will have their pay limited
 •  Work progressing on Maui Community Clinic site
 •  Newer, wider Haleakala Highway to open
 •  McCain seeks to delay debate to focus on economy
 •  UH concert to honor Raymond and Marion Vaught
 •  Kauai power outage scheduled for 1 a.m.
 •  Pedestrian accident reported in Waipahu
 •  Water main break forces Kaiulani El closure
 •  Surf: Not much to shout about today
 •  Head-on collision reported in Nanakuli
 •  Weather: Clouds and a few showers expected today
 •  State hosts island healthcare gathering
 •  Nanakuli Elementary awarded $400K fed grant
 •  Maui County closing physician's home in Hana
 •  Candle blamed for Pearl City apartment fire
 •  $850,000 infederal grant to study Ordnance Reef in Waiçanae
 •  Broken waterline slowing traffic through Palama
 •  Burning truck sparks brushfire at Kahe Point
 •  Hawaii public schools to cut $800,000 from sports budgets
 •  Final protest on UH's Ching Athletic Complex rejected
 •  MLB: Mets waste 4-run lead, fall to Cubs 9-6 in 10
 •  MLB: Upcoming National League games
 •  UH football: Ford Island closed for San Jose State game
 •  Surfing: Slater second in France, but moves closer to another world title
 •  MLB: Cardinals beat Diamondbacks 4-2
 •  MLB: Sabathia strikes out 11, Brewers win again
 •  Boxing: De La Hoya-Pacquiao nearly sold out
 •  Prep girls volleyball standings
 •  NFL: Giants suspend WR Burress for 1 game for missing practice
 •  NFL: Millen out as Lions president, CEO
 •  MLB: Braves spoil Phillies’ playoff push
 •  CFB: USC recruit gets 4 years in prison for robbery
 •  NFL: 49ers making strides offensively
 •  NFL: Infant son of Buccaneers kicker Matt Bryant dies
 •  Olympics: FIG investigating China’s 2000 team, too
 •  Olympics: 2012 Olympics rule: Toilets that don’t face Mecca
 •  NFL: Favre uncertain if injured ankle will limit him
 •  Sumo: Hakuho takes sole lead in autumn tournament
 •  Cycling: Armstrong to join Astana, say business officials
 •  Athletes to donate brains for concussion study
 •  CFB: Ex-Nebraska RB Collins arrested on murder charge
 •  NFL: QB Huard will start Sunday for Kansas City
 •  NFL: Bills WR Parrish out 4-6 weeks with thumb injury
 •  NFL: Browns stick with QB Anderson against Bengals
 •  NBA: Rookie Heat coach Spoelstra discovers paddleboarding in Hawaii
 •  MLB: Tigers reliever Todd Jones announces retirement
 •  Soccer: FIFA to extend compulsory heart-testing program
 •  MLB: Because of Lincecum, all is not lost with Giants
 •  CFB: Will Oregon State WR-returner Stroughter torment USC again?
 •  CFB: BYU quarterback Hall humbled by national attention
 •  UH football: More free buses available for students
 •  UH: Trainer Toth to sign new book at football game
 •  UH football: Savings offered for families
 •  UH football: Public transportation available
 •  UH football games to be shown at theatre
 •  UH football: Military members get discount for assorted games
 •  Newsstand price for Advertiser to rise Oct. 12
 •  35 to lose jobs when Compadres closes Ward Centre restaurant Friday
 •  DLNR mulls new system to handle noncriminal violations
 •  Outrigger opens renovated Pacific Tower in Waikiki
 •  HVCB honored by corporate planners group
 •  DCCA honors outstanding employees for 2008
 •  'Oprah' correspondent Lisa Ling to speak at HerStory Waikiki event
 •  Maui to mark Nënë Awareness Day
 •  Kauaçi ‘Make a Splash’ festival set for Friday
 •  'Sushi for One' author from Hawaii wins book award
 •  Still more 'Patsy Cline' at Manoa Valley Theatre
 •  Hilton to greet 2009 with The Bangles
 •  Public can guide DOE in careful budget cuts

Local News
 •  Filipino veterans rally for equality Photo gallery Video
 •  21 held in immigration raid
 •  Lingle to campaign for ticket in 6 states Video
 •  Hawaii postpones $625M bond sale amid Wall Street turmoil
 •  Court rejects Stop Rail Now's plea for Honolulu balloting
 •  Roadside vigil for fallen Marine
 •  Mary Louise Akaka, 85, kahu's widow
 •  New traffic cameras in Kane'ohe won't adjust light signals just yet
 •  Hamamoto to discuss proposed budget cut
 •  Freddie Mac paid McCain aide firm
 •  Candidates lay out financial crisis plans
 •  Alcohol wrong choice for teens
 •  Navy man fatally injured on sub is identified
 •  Child-abuse sentencing rescheduled for Oct. 29
 •  Weekend trip into crater open to work volunteers
 •  Final public hearings on county budget spending
 •  Electric power to be out for an hour tomorrow
 •  Volunteers needed for block-party Kanikapila
 •  Lusitana Street project to start soon, take a year
 •  Candidates Ward, Monk in House district forum
 •  Salutes
 •  Community calendar
 •  Honolulu Zoo hippo Cleo dies
 •  Obituaries
 •  Voters chose to keep the races going

 •  Hawaii receivers have some catching up to do Photo gallery Video
 •  BC volleyball gets boost from Meredith, Clark
 •  Team Bradley's best going distance
 •  Midnight hour game for UH basketball
 •  Hawaii receivers have some catching up to do Photo gallery Video
 •  No. 1 Kamehameha holds off No. 2 Punahou in three Photo gallery
 •  Kalani will forfeit for third time this season
 •  'Aiea turns back Mililani
 •  Football standings and statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  This week
 •  Prep notices
 •  Bulger out, Green in at QB for Rams
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Ignorance is bliss for McFeeley
 •  NFL Statistics | Week 3
 •  Red Sox in, Yankees out
 •  Dodgers romp closer to NL West title, 10-1
 •  Hawaii Winter Baseball
 •  BYUH soccer wins, 4-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Perfect year for run at BCS

Island Life
 •  Film locally produced Video
 •  Ultimate one-hit wonders have their day
 •  Etiquette critical for out-of-the office 'jobs'
 •  KITT's back on 'Knight' in shining armor
 •  List your halloween events in TGIF
 •  Jake Shimabukuro shares his faves
 •  Magical beans
 •  Celeb liquors less than stellar
 •  Get your game on: Tips for successful tailgating
 •  Brats on the grill enhances spicy, smoky flavor
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Edamame star in meatless falafels
 •  Kristine Snyder builds Isle-style burgers
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

 •  Iconic Waikiki parcels could be redeveloped Video
 •  Tannya Joaquin leaving job at KHON-2 to join KGMB-9
 •  Apple store in Waikiki will hold grand opening Saturday
 •  U.S. home prices fell a record 5.3% in July
 •  Google-enabled cell phone will hit U.S. market Oct. 22
 •  Splendor of China festival grows
 •  Buffett to invest $5 billion in Goldman
 •  Most Americans don't like financial bailout idea
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Longs still won't talk to Walgreen
 •  Oil prices slide, but experts say another rise due
 •  Coming Events

 •  Superferry, state share duty to protect resources
 •  Administration again plays on public's fear
 •  When gimlet eyes look the other way
 •  Voter concern came through loud, clear
 •  Voters chose to keep the races going
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  KITT's back on 'Knight' in shining armor
 •  TGI Wednesday