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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 29, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Dow drops 777 points as bailout stalls
 •  Asian stock markets plunge on Tuesday
 •  House rejects bailout; new vote may come Thursday
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono both vote no on bailout
 •  Citigroup to buy Wachovia banking operations
 •  Shares of Hawaii's listed companies fare better than broader market
 •  House ignores warnings that economy could nosedive
 •  Paulson vows continued efforts on rescue plan
 •  Investors swarm T-bills as House rejects bailout
 •  How to find pending class-action lawsuits
 •  Sovereign shares plummet amid concerns in banking
 •  Fannie, Freddie disclose subpoenas, investigations
 •  State securities regulator cautions against sudden decisions
 •  Two Big Island men missing
 •  West Kauai gets added bus service
 •  Tsuhako, Ridao appointed to Maui posts
 •  Reno man drowned at Makaha
 •  Illegal fireworks dealer sentenced in Honolulu
 •  Man sentenced for '06 Waimanalo fatal accident
 •  Honolulu firefighters rescue 3 hikers
 •  Attempted murder charge in Kalihi shooting
 •  Kaimuki bank robbery suspect charged
 •  Hawaii health department gets $1.3M from CDC
 •  EPA fines tobacco company for violations on Kauai
 •  Ex-CIA executive who got free trip to Hawaii pleads guilty to fraud
 •  Bishop Museum will give Falls of Clyde to community support organization
 •  Hawaii hospitals to get $13M for charity care
 •  Volunteers sought for Waipahu cleanup
 •  Cadbury says its Chinese-made chocolates have melamine
 •  Hawaii works to diversify crops
 •  Review: Duckworth, Iraq vets vent in 'In Conflictí
 •  USS Abraham Lincoln to dock at Pearl Harbor tomorrow
 •  Honolulu airport parking lot will close next week
 •  Kauai mayor, council forum tomorrow in Waimea
 •  Man gets life for stabbing wife to death
 •  AHA: Heart patients should be screened for depression
 •  FDA approves quick test to detect drug-resistant staph infections
 •  7.3 quake strikes outer New Zealand islands
 •  U.S. tightens vigil on arms ship hijacked by pirates
 •  Afghanistanís security deteriorating `markedly,í UNís Ban says
 •  Afghan policeman opens fire on U.S. troops, kills 1
 •  Air Force says officer stole launch control device
 •  Vehicle fire reported on Pali Highway
 •  Oil sinks below $100 on weak demand, dollar gain
 •  United pilots: CEO's excessive pay package must go
 •  Palin, Biden a lively pairing for veep debate
 •  Iraq buys 12 US-made reconnaissance planes
 •  Hawaii real property tax credit deadline Tuesday
 •  Morning showers expected for some areas
 •  Small surf dominates forecast
 •  UN: Thousands flee violent Pakistani border area
 •  Bush confident bailout bill will stabilize economy
 •  Fed takes fresh steps to battle credit crisis
 •  State senator blames defeat on DUI, low turnout
 •  Visitor dies after rescue off Makaha
 •  Kauai home destroyed by fire
 •  NFL: Reedís FG gives Steelers OT win over Ravens
 •  Hawaii women's volleyball sweeps San Jose State
 •  Houston named WAC Player of the Week, UH remains at No. 7
 •  Alexei Ramirez slam lifts Chisox into playoff with Twins
 •  MLB playoff: Dodgers-Cubs matchup
 •  MLB playoff: Red Sox vs. Angels matchup
 •  MLB playoff: Brewers-Phillies matchup
 •  NFL: T.O no team man
 •  CFB: Nearly 1,000 seek help for heat at Rose Bowl
 •  MLB: Black to return as Padres manager
 •  NBA: Ben Gordonís contract status up in air
 •  NBA: Spursí Ginobili continues surgery recovery
 •  NBA: All quiet, happy as Lakers ready to open camp
 •  CFB: Oregon QBs havenít learned to Duck
 •  NFL: Jetsí Smith fined $50,000, suspended one game for hit on Boldin
 •  NBA: Cassell back to help Celtics defend title
 •  NFL: Doctors say shot Jacksonville lineman is paralyzed
 •  CFB: QB Locker out 6-8 weeks for Washington
 •  NFL: Boldin resting at home after heavy hit
 •  NFL: Packersí Rodgers may play despite shoulder sprain
 •  NFL: Winless Rams fire coach Scott Linehan
 •  MLB: Gulp, they did it again; Mets flop on final day again, miss playoffs
 •  CFB: Nevada's Kaepernick named WAC player of the week
 •  NFL: Bucs kicker Bryant honors infant son with class, victory
 •  NBA: Nelson, new-look backcourt give Orlando Magic hope
 •  MLB: Home runs drop to 15-year low
 •  NFL: Saints coach Payton talks about fine
 •  NFL: Bengals get roster exemption on WR Henry
 •  Cooper back with Chargers after suspension
 •  MLB: Yankees reliever Rivera to have shoulder surgery
 •  MLB: Last-place Pittsburgh Pirates fire 2 coaches
 •  Soccer: Iraq loses last appeal to get back into World Cup
 •  NBA: Rockets sign Memphis forward Dorsey
 •  NFL: Deuce returns and Saints beat 49ers
 •  Sumo: Banned Russian wrestler slams officials
 •  NFL: The Boss to play Super Bowl halftime
 •  NFL: Cowboys given a reality check by Redskins
 •  NFL: Bears remain a mystery
 •  MLB: Giants, Lincecum (18-5) go out winners
 •  Oahu office occupancy dips in third quarter
 •  Hawaii Medicaid program to share in settlement with Cephalon
 •  Walgreen's shares fall to nearly 5-year low
 •  Makapuu lighthouse Paws on Path walk set for Saturday
 •  Alzheimer's Association presents lecture and Q&A tomorrow
 •  Sedaka to play Blaisdell; ticket sales Friday
 •  Failure of bailout bill was a failure of leadership

Local News
 •  Input sought on Kauai land
 •  Marine lab researchers losing prime Kewalo site
 •  AJA veterans honor fallen fighters Video
 •  $700 billion bailout goes before House
 •  Hannemann failed to capitalize on Leeward popularity in primary
 •  Turtle Bay plan gets another extension from the city
 •  Upgrade for Moloka'i health center
 •  Maui will automate some trash collection
 •  There's a lot at stake in VP debate
 •  Polls show Obama gaining momentum
 •  Deceased suspect had internal injury
 •  Man charged with 2 armed robberies
 •  Samoan language school will open
 •  H-1 eastbound left lane closing over several days
 •  Rotarians holding third International Food Fest
 •  Volunteers will spiff up Salvation Army center
 •  Chili and candidates at community center Oct. 9
 •  Keiki ID cards available at county fair this week
 •  H-1 night lane closures from Waipahu to 'Aiea
 •  Day and night closures at Mililani Interchange
 •  Salutes
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Team Bradley wins fourth race in a row Photo gallery
 •  Savaiigaea's season in jeopardy
 •  Brewers beat out Mets for NL wild card
 •  Savaiigaea's season in jeopardy
 •  'Skins stun Cowboys Photo gallery
 •  NFL Standings | Week 4
 •  NFL summaries
 •  Broncos receiver Russell taken off on stretcher Photo gallery
 •  Injuries mount for No. 11 Georgia
 •  'Iolani alum Ka'aihue homers in Sharks' win
 •  ChiSox still alive for postseason
 •  No. 21 Washington edges Hawaii in soccer match, 2-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Booing the players just wrong

Island Life
 •  5 shades of green
 •  Recyclers rewarded for doing good
 •  Mouthwash, the all-purpose cleaner
 •  'Chuck' has plans to come out swinging
 •  Mouthwash, the all-purpose cleaner
 •  Slack-key added to Na Hoku Awards
 •  'Angel With Plants' talk in Kahuku tomorrow
 •  For the environment
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Monday

 •  Sheraton Waikiki takes wraps off its upgraded conference facilities
 •  Take your gas hog to Azusa and get 10% better mileage
 •  Harrah's keeps close tabs on habits of visitors
 •  Hotel breakfasts go gourmet for guests' sophisticated tastes
 •  Hawaiian Air gets creative to save fuel
 •  Venerable Harley feeling pain of weak economy
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Trade Names
 •  Two major banks said to be bidding for Wachovia

 •  Future holds great promise for local agriculture
 •  Energy future bleak, not hopeless
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  'Chuck' has plans to come out swinging
 •  TGI Monday