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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 5, 2009

Breaking News
 •  No Hawaii Bowl: Wisconsin routs Warriors
 •  Twigg-Smith's Pony Express stamps fetch $4 million at New York auction
 •  Hawaii kids take honors in Robotics competition
 •  Honolulu City Lights draws thousands
 •  Minimum murder term doubled for Kauai man who set wife afire
 •  Hawaii County to save $1M thanks to change in bid specs
 •  Woman, 24, found dead in Waipahu apartment
 •  Woman killed by car in Kalihi Thursday not identified
 •  Motorcyclist in critical condition after H-3 accident
 •  Court upholds rejection of former Kauai police chief’s discrimination suit
 •  Maui ocean rec firms seek right to sell their county permits
 •  Maui stream debate rages on
 •  Hawaii warned of voluntary recall of Slim-Fast Ready-to-Drink Products
 •  Shoppers warned of armed robber
 •  Police continue search for State Hospital escapee
 •  Rainbow Wahine stop USC in 4, play Illinois in Stanford regional
 •  Hawaii-Wisconsin football statistics
 •  Rainbow Wahine basketball falls to BYU; BYUH upsets San Francisco
 •  Hazardous surf postpones O'Neill World Cup at Sunset Beach
 •  A high-stakes hula dance for Hawaii and Wisconsin
 •  NBA: Blazers’ Oden fractures knee cap, expected to miss rest of season
 •  NBA: Blazers’ Oden carried off on stretcher
 •  CFB: No. 5 Cincinnati rallies to beat Pittsburgh, 45-44, earn BCS berth
 •  Tide rolls on with 32-13 win over Tebow's Gators
 •  CFB: Alabama rolls into BCS title game; all eyes on Texas
 •  CFB: Boise State completes second undefeated regular season
 •  LaTech rolls past San Jose State in Dick Tomey's final game
 •  CFB: Hook 'em! UT headed to BCS title game
 •  CFB: Fresno State stuns Illinois 53-52
 •  CFB: Late TD lifts Georgia Tech past Clemson
 •  CFB: Arizona gets late TD, beats USC 21-17
 •  CFB: How the AP Top 25 teams fared
 •  NFL: Vikings Berrian cited for going 104 mph, days after Peterson caught going 109
 •  NFL: Holmgren says he’s willing to talk to Seahawks about a comeback
 •  CFB: E. Carolina beats Houston 38-32 for C-USA title
 •  NFL: Tomorrow's games, upcoming week schedule
 •  CFB: Bob Stoops rules out Notre Dame job; Cincinnati’s Brian Kelly moves to fore
 •  Linfield wins Division III playoff game, 31-20
 •  CFB: Weis hopes next coach has more success than he did
 •  CFB: West Virginia holds on to beat Rutgers 24-21
 •  NFL: Denver Broncos' Barrel Man dies
 •  Tennis: Spain beats Czechs in doubles to win Davis Cup
 •  Biathlon: Burke wins first sprint medal for United States
 •  Soccer: World Cup legacy to help Africa's fight against AIDS
 •  Soccer: U.S. aims to win new fans at World Cup
 •  CBKB: Turner hurt as No. 15 Buckeyes roll vs E. Michigan
 •  NFL: 49ers gird for the din in Seattle
 •  Figure skating: American skater Evan Lysacek wins GP final
 •  CFB: This Year, Army and Navy have a Saturday to themselves
 •  CFB column: A mandatory exam for Notre Dame’s next coach
 •  Paddling fundraiser event postponed till next weekend
 •  NFL: This week's predictions
 •  Football games on TV this weekend
 •  Football odds: Wisconsin favored by 12 over UH
 •  UH football: Updated parking information for Wisconsin game
 •  UH football: Promotions for Saturday's game vs. Wisconsin
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Chevron Family Fun Zone free at Warrior home games
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  On this date: 1972 — Johnny Rodgers of Nebraska wins the Heisman Trophy
 •  Cazimero Christmas show canceled due to illness

Local News
 •  Monday surf may hit 60 feet
 •  Police chief, union meet
 •  Forgotten history memorialized
 •  Hawaii hosts VEX Robotics Pan-Pacific Championship Photo gallery
 •  Furlough talks between Lingle, teachers' union still at impasse
 •  Students urged to speak out on furloughs
 •  UH win would top off roller-coaster season
 •  Science backs Hawaii's hot-spot origin theory
 •  Schatz stepping down as Democratic Party chief
 •  Real robots pay us a visit
 •  Wash. judge dies while snorkeling
 •  Obituaries
 •  Parents hope for a gift card for kids

 •  Win for Warriors means bowl berth
 •  Hawaii sweeps NCAA opener
 •  Iolani captures state title Photo gallery
 •  Rainbows, Trojans in familiar matchup
 •  'Bows 7-footer Kurtz will debut against Lamar
 •  UH women rout BYU-Hawaii
 •  Win for Warriors means bowl berth
 •  Warriors' defense has big task
 •  Iolani captures state title Photo gallery
 •  Kamehameha captures state titles Photo gallery
 •  Warrior defense doesn't budge
 •  'Iolani's Epenesa makes big impact
 •  Jets coach optimistic about QB's status
 •  Central Michigan wins MAC crown
 •  No. 1 BYUH now 4-0
 •  Warriors resilient when it mattered

Island Life
 •  Learn about gift of giving
 •  Immerse yourself in hula, Hawaiiana at 2 concerts
 •  Catch snow, Santa Claus at Christmas in Chinatown
 •  Honolulu City Lights ready to shine today
 •  Catch the Hawaii Youth Symphony in two shows
 •  Show your love for McCafe, win a prize
 •  Brokaw, wife unhurt in deadly crash
 •  Kukui a symbol of enlightenment
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Defending 'Christmas'
 •  'Sacred Spain' is art that inspires
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Boy's faith reveals beauty of Hawaii
 •  Tours free to Lä'ie Mormon center

 •  High-technology tax credits costly
 •  Isle biomass projects win federal grants
 •  Jobless rate takes slight dip
 •  Electric bills will drop slightly in December
 •  iPhone's not the only phone with smarts
 •  Pacific Business News names publisher
 •  GM chairman urges taking risks

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