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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 28, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Silent march set for Rodrigues-Kaikana
 •  Polish tourist drowns on Kauai
 •  Lingle says she will pursue further budget cuts, layoffs
 •  DJ AM found dead in his New York City apartment
 •  Micronesians sit in Lingle's office waiting for meeting Video
 •  Suspect arrested in Aug. 1 beating in Mililani
 •  New director named for Cancer Research Center
 •  Mayors join campaign to promote Hawaii tourism
 •  Aloun Farm owners facing charges for allegedly exploiting 44 Thai workers
 •  Sunset Rotary to give hygiene kits to drug court clients
 •  Queen Liliuokalani’s birth to be celebrated next week
 •  Pali Highway Kailua-bound lanes to shut Saturday night
 •  500th Military Police Brigade hosting fun run
 •  Free seminar tomorrow for Hawaii homeowners
 •  UH regents approve pay cuts for executives
 •  Driver injured after car flips over in Makiki crash Video
 •  'Stop Flu at School' campaign kicks off with free immunization to be offered
 •  Hawaii high school football scoreboard
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep Western Michigan in volleyball opener
 •  Brady leaves with sore shoulder in Patriots’ win; Brennan: 1 interception, 1 TD
 •  Sallas, Moniz win longboard titles in Waikiki
 •  Viloria's opponent makes weight
 •  Hawaii players help U.S. boys youth volleyball team upset Iran
 •  NFL: Denver Broncos suspend receiver Brandon Marshall
 •  MLB: Hoffman claimed on waivers, but no deal imminent
 •  Iowa team plays 1st game without slain coach
 •  NFL: Who will be No. 1 in college football?
 •  NFL: Bears' DT Dusty Dvoracek out for the season
 •  College; Oklahoma reports handful of minor rules violations
 •  NFL: Giants option RHP Martinez
 •  Tennis: US Open players, entourages warned about tweeting
 •  Tennis: Officials a-Twitter: US Open players warned
 •  Track and field: Isinbayeva breaks pole vault world record
 •  Little League WS is a hit in stands, on TV
 •  MMA: Couture shows no signs of retiring, set to meet Brazil’s Nogueira
 •  NFL: Starting as a rookie puts Sanchez one up on Eli
 •  CFB: Alamo Bowl replaces Big Ten pick with Pac-10
 •  NBA: Smith, Richardson suspended by league
 •  CFB: Judge rules NCAA must surrender records in FSU scandal
 •  NFL: Culpepper to start Lions' 3rd preseason game
 •  MLB: Nationals put CF Morgan on DL
 •  Preps: Tennessee team enjoys rare win after 61-game loss streak
 •  CFB: With no helmets, pads, St. Paul's cancels season opener
 •  Auto racing: IndyCar driver Will Power released from hospital
 •  Auto racing: Hamilton fastest in Belgian GP practice
 •  MLB: Surgery an option for Mets SS Reyes
 •  Auto racing: Daytona 500 qualifying avoids Super Bowl conflict
 •  NFL: X-rays show no break for Cowboys' WR Williams
 •  Olympics: IOC offers to help cover Vancouver budget deficit
 •  NFL: Cowboys don't have to hike video boards — yet
 •  Report: SKorea seeks joint fan squad with NKorea
 •  CBKB: Kentucky coaches behaving badly
 •  NFL: Omiyale, Tinoisamoa distancing themselves from their Bears’ competition
 •  Fantasy Football: Updated player rankings
 •  Running: New Zealand runner admits EPO use, gets 2-year ban
 •  Sailing: Dutch put 13-year-old sailor under state care
 •  NFL: 49ers’ CB Brown says death of parents made him stronger
 •  NFL: Jets’ defense prepares for big test against Giants
 •  Soccer: Euro soccer clubs get deadline to curb spending
 •  Horizon Lines participates in anti-piracy system trials
 •  Consumer spending edges up in July, incomes flat
 •  Tube Notes: 'Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie,' 'Jockeys'
 •  'The Drowsy Chaperone' opens in Honolulu Sept. 25
 •  Films on Tibetan Buddhism, festival of shorts calendared at Doris Duke Theatre
 •  "Emancipated" event Saturday at Manifest to raise awareness of human trafficking
 •  Don’t panic: Stimulus still can work here

Local News
 •  Slain teen's father seeking answers Photo gallery Video
 •  Stabbing suspect fit for trial
 •  Immunize kids early, parents told
 •  Hawaii, state worker union move closer to deal on furloughs
 •  Academy of Arts, Contemporary Museum may merge operations
 •  Even deeper Hawaii revenue drop predicted, but quicker rebound
 •  Revenue forecast may hinder rail funding
 •  Obama reforms find Isle support
 •  Inmates warning others about domestic violence Photo gallery
 •  Thousands mourn Kennedy in Boston Photo gallery
 •  Carlisle opts to run for mayor as nonpartisan
 •  Cost of razing memorial cited
 •  Death toll in August equals July's Photo gallery
 •  Private schools try to retain students
 •  Hawaiians praised for perseverance
 •  State starts transferring Big Isle inmates to Oahu
 •  Police ask help in finding missing Hilo fisherman
 •  Firefighters control 12-acre brushfire, investigate cause
 •  All kinds of electronic items welcome at recycling event
 •  Victims of ‘Ewa Beach, Kualoa accidents identified
 •  University regents OK pay cuts for executives
 •  Community calendar
 •  Alcohol, speeding suspected in fatal crash of Toyota truck
 •  Hawaii growers urged to clean up exports
 •  Singer sues bank in foreclosure
 •  Obituaries
 •  Helpless to bust phone scofflaws

 •  Satele lights up Hawaii practice Photo gallery Video
 •  Teams try to shake opening-night jitters
 •  Viloria, Iribe prepare to go distance Photo gallery
 •  Satele lights up Hawaii practice Photo gallery Video
 •  Chase for OIA East title to be highly competitive
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Four DII boys fields reduced
 •  Games on TV
 •  Big brother prevails Video
 •  Vick in, out for six snaps
 •  Dodgers strengthen hold
 •  Hawaii riflery team on target in nationals
 •  Hawaii's Ramos will show strength at powerlift meet
 •  NCAA places BYUH on probation
 •  Garcia leads Barclays with a 65
 •  UH-Hilo hires Irvin as athletic director
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Four is number UH can focus on

Island Life
 •  A perfect pairing Video
 •  Emi Azeka gets creative with chapeaux
 •  'Swallow the Sun' a star-filled series
 •  On my iPod: Yesod Williams
 •  'Back in the Trenches,' and in the Islands
 •  Keep score in spy games with 'Duplicity' rewind
 •  Ang Lee delves into American flower power
 •  Screening room
 •  A shift in Archie love triangle after 70 years
 •  Broadway goes goofy in MVT's 'Forbidden'
 •  Heroin in bedroom reportedly false Photo gallery
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  The hot list

 •  Multi-faceted plan targeted at tourism
 •  Liens filed over Hoku Scientific plant
 •  Boeing plans delivery of long-delayed 787 in 2010
 •  HawTel disclosure plan OK'd
 •  Isle gas prices up for 4th straight week
 •  Recession may be easing as spending looks to gain

 •  Hawaii must bolster broadband network
 •  100 years, one goal: saving young lives
 •  Ted Kennedy's prolific journey
 •  An exit strategy for Obamacare
 •  Cruise tourism

 •  Apartm3nt
 •  Labor Day brings great deals galore on staycations
 •  'Swallow the Sun' a star-filled series
 •  Amy Hanaiali'i's new album holds great promise
 •  Keep score in spy games with 'Duplicity' rewind
 •  Ang Lee delves into American flower power
 •  Screening room
 •  On my iPod: Yesod Williams
 •  'Back in the Trenches,' and in the Islands
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Get happy with affordable, gourmet-ish pupu
 •  Broadway goes goofy in MVT's 'Forbidden'
 •  OceanFest, Greek food to enjoy
 •  Your talent could win you a trip to Las Vegas
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  The hot list