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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 15, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Lingle to work with teachers to keep planning days Video
 •  Oahu tax assessments fall 6.7 percent
 •  Kahuku Library closed for renovation through Jan. 11
 •  Driver in Waimea Bay incident indicted for terroristic threatening
 •  Dentist to make $20,000 donation to state libraries
 •  Appeals court throws out 2007 'cold case' murder conviction
 •  Water service restored in Wahiawa, but traffic will be disrupted into tonight
 •  National arts leader in Honolulu to discuss challenges
 •  Symphony offers 'thank-you' concert
 •  Bankruptcy court oks Hawaii Biotech spending plan
 •  90 tickets issued in Moiliili during pedestrian-safety campaign
 •  Ed Case airing ads for Hawaii congressional seat
 •  New guest for today's Warrior Beat show
 •  Company says usage of Big Island harbor will grow
 •  Study on health-disaster preparedness ranks Hawaii among middle of states
 •  United Public Workers union gets $378,000 in restitution
 •  NOAA surveying American Samoa tsunami debris
 •  Hawaii lawmakers want education money released
 •  Pearl Harbor ships returning to port
 •  Lingle invites public comment on state judge nominees
 •  Big Island drivers reminded of new cell-phone ban
 •  ABC Used Auto Parts gets $19,800 fine over solid waste
 •  Registration for Kauai winter fun program extended
 •  Hawaii BBB warns consumers about work-at-home offer
 •  Australia's Burrow captures Pipeline Masters; Parkinson takes Triple Crown
 •  Lenore Rittenhouse, Buffalo Keaulana to be inducted into Hawaii Sports Hall of Fame
 •  Big Ten plans might add 12th team
 •  Hard work has led Penn State’s Rose to within milestone win and shot at NCAA title
 •  MLB: Court asked to decide McCourt Dodgers ownership
 •  NCAA panel recommends new rules on concussions
 •  NFL: Redskins’ Portis: Concussion isn’t ’career ending’
 •  NFL: Vikes LB Erin Henderson suspended by league
 •  MLB: Mariners make waves: Figgins in, Lee next?
 •  NFL: Rams release G Richie Incognito
 •  Illinois man admits stalking ESPN’s Erin Andrews
 •  NFL: Cowboys having Buehler, Folk compete for FG duty
 •  NFL: Jets sign RB Washington, Sanchez teammate at USC
 •  MLB: White Sox get OF Pierre from Dodgers
 •  CFB: Ingram, McClain lead 6 Alabama AP All-Americans
 •  NFL: AP source: Mike Holmgren visits Browns for 2nd day
 •  ESPN's Erin Andrews, accused stalker due in court
 •  CFB: Some Texas faculty uphappy over Brown's $5 million salary
 •  MLB: Hamels is key to understanding Phillies’ push for Halladay
 •  Olympics: Bobsledder Hays forced to retire with head injury
 •  NFL: 49ers' defense delivers, though it might be too late
 •  On this date: 1974 — Oakland's Jim 'Catfish' Hunter is ruled a free agent
 •  FHB service allows customers to send money via e-mail
 •  Wahiawa General rated highly by healthcare news provider
 •  Bank of Hawaii pledges $50K to local charities
 •  Social service and consumer groups get nearly $900K in grants
 •  Hawaiian Airlines among carriers to boost market for biofuels
 •  'American Chinatown' author in Honolulu for Thursday appearance
 •  Arts District throws 'biggest, little' party
 •  Oshogatsu workshops offered
 •  Favorite memories of 2009
 •  Rock Hall takes a chance on ABBA, Genesis, Stooges
 •  List of nominees for the Golden Globe Awards
 •  Caregiving network under critical strain

Local News
 •  Driver gets 10-year term Photo gallery Video
 •  'Sneak attack' claims dismissed
 •  Big Isle politician Stanley Hara, 86
 •  Hawaii B&B bill appears doomed
 •  Number of school planning days varies on Mainland and in Hawaii
 •  Suicide of Hawaii man accused of trying to kill wife stuns neighbors
 •  Newman accused of violating deal
 •  Sponges found on ocean floor 'absolutely bizarre' Photo gallery Video
 •  $1,000 rewarded offered after cows shot with arrows
 •  Lingle seeking comment on judicial selection lists
 •  Man gets probation for stabbing on River Street
 •  State fines auto junkyard for improper waste system
 •  Volunteers sought for dike cleanup at Kawai Nui Marsh
 •  Obituaries
 •  Politics at heart of park plan
 •  Struggling family of 7 needs some extra help for holidays

 •  Penn State in a class by itself
 •  Former Warrior Estes has agent
 •  Zoller a shoo-in for star of soccer game
 •  Former Warrior Estes has agent
 •  Zoller a shoo-in for star of soccer game
 •  St. Andrew’s wins ILH hoops opener
 •  Prep soccer
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  It won't be business as usual
 •  49ers pounce on Cardinals, 24-9
 •  NFL standings
 •  Titans' Young on the mend
 •  76ers snap 12-game skid
 •  Conference hoops dynasty brewing
 •  Unbeaten Kansas tops AP men's poll
 •  Phillies set to acquire ace Halladay
 •  Public awaits the new Tiger
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Crafty treats Photo gallery
 •  Kids need a contributing role in family
 •  Subtle scarves that say Hawaii
 •  'Inglourious' and 'Nine' top critics' list Photo gallery
 •  Find free healing retreats on Big Isle
 •  'Chicken Soup' gets a Hawaii story

 •  ERS funding gap widens
 •  Obama urges banks to aid small businesses
 •  St. Francis wants HMC back
 •  Honolulu drops in economy rankings
 •  British Airways workers plan strike over holidays
 •  Barnwell earnings take $4.6 million hit

 •  Election panel must act swiftly, decisively
 •  To save the world, spend a little more
 •  It's time to get serious about Iran
 •  Licensing will generate revenue

 •  Subtle scarves that say Hawaii