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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 10, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Parole board to decide on Szemkow's release in two weeks
 •  Animal-protection groups seek Hawaii investigation on pork labels
 •  Kapiolani Park trustees to discuss homeless at council meeting
 •  Port Royal discharged 5,000 gallons of raw sewage
 •  Honolulu couple indicted for fraudulently taking man’s home
 •  Comment session on Makua marine resources study moved to Nanaikapono
 •  Scientists trying to find out what killed whale off West Kauai beach
 •  Sixth arrest made in December attack on Maui family
 •  McCully pedestrian fatality identified
 •  Pentagon reports non-combat death of soldier from Maui in Iraq
 •  Navy reports undertreated sewage discharge
 •  Surf: 5 to 7 feet expected on North Shore today
 •  Weather: Showers expected today, tonight
 •  Maui students, parents flock to reading night
 •  Waimea swimming pool closed for repairs
 •  UH baseball tickets on sale; food item prices reduced
 •  Tejada charged with lying to Congress about drugs
 •  UH baseball: Rainbow pitcher Alexander earns top WAC honor
 •  NFL: Steelers’ Ward has shoulder surgery, won't need knee surgery
 •  Boxing: Margarito gets 1-year suspension for illegal wraps
 •  NFL: Texans release RB Ahman Green
 •  Pro-pot lobby rips Kellogg Co. for dropping Phelps
 •  NFL: Parcells’ escape clause with Dolphins expanded
 •  NBA: All-Star rosters
 •  MLB: Wigginton finalizes deal with Orioles
 •  Bob Nash on Tsai & Wai show repeats
 •  NFL: Panthers hire assistant coaches Smith, Milus
 •  NBA: Brand needs 6 months to come back from surgery
 •  NBA: Cavs’ Mo Williams to replace Bosh in All-Star game
 •  A-Rod: New House panel chairman says no to hearing
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  UH basketball: Bring a date for free on Valentine's Day game
 •  MLB: Jeter will wait to address A-Rod confession
 •  Steroids: Doctor, pharmacy charged in NYC case
 •  MLB: Rays beat catcher Navarro in arbitration
 •  CFB: Austin College player collapses, dies
 •  Preps: N.C. basketball player dies in practice
 •  A-Rod: Yankees: `We take him at his word’
 •  A-Rod: In real world, this lying cheat would lose his job
 •  A-Rod: Truth can be liberating, but is he telling all?
 •  Preps: NY sports schedules shaved to save money
 •  Golf: PGA Tour in high demand for international players
 •  CFB: WVU’s Sanders arrested on DUI charge
 •  Pro Bowl: Custom-made surfboards autographed by NFL stars to be auctioned
 •  Freestyle motocross racer Jeremy Lusk dies
 •  Tennis: Sanchez Vicario to help Brazil
 •  NFL: Aikman getting college degree 20 years later
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  Tennis: Radwanska advances at Open GDF Suez
 •  Doctor, pharmacy charged in NYC steroids case
 •  NHL: Bruins F Ryder out up to 3 weeks with face injury
 •  NHL: Stars assign Avery to Hartford
 •  NBA: Durant, Mayo, Johnson in All-Star H-O-R-S-E game
 •  Tennis: Sharapova’s return to tour still on hold
 •  Skiing: Vonn has thumb surgery; still set to ski Thursday
 •  Dog show: Tiger Woods has shot at best in show
 •  NFL: Former Redskins linebacker Mel Kaufman dies
 •  Sailing: Top N.Y. court weighs America's Cup challenges
 •  Golf: Lowery reached pinnacle at Pebble Beach
 •  Soccer: Beckham set for England record vs. Spain
 •  Honolulu to get some of United Airlines' call center positions
 •  Marc Faber to address CFA Society of Hawaii Feb. 17
 •  A&B Foundation donates $2.1B to nonprofits last year
 •  A cappella choir to perform at St. Andrew's in March
 •  Honolulu's Narcissus Queen speed paints on 'Ellen' today.
 •  State should increase access to contract data

Local News
 •  Navy ship damaged in stranding Photo gallery Video
 •  Claims against state cost $374,933
 •  Man, 21, charged in 2 sex assaults
 •  Hawaii pension fund lost $2.95B in 2008
 •  Ban unlikely against fundraising practice of fishing for donations
 •  Pro Bowl offers to return to Honolulu in 2011 and 2012
 •  Obama pushes for passage of stimulus bill
 •  Crater attacks make ‘no … sense’￿ Photo gallery Video
 •  Gambling operator sentenced to 3 years Video
 •  Prisoner sues, saying wild pig bit his hand
 •  Conservation land money available
 •  Identities of three motor vehicle fatalities released
 •  Waimea church latest nonprofit to be burgled
 •  State officials to dedicate Pu'uloa Road project
 •  Meeting today on rules for taking nearshore fish
 •  Le Jardin upper campus will remain closed today
 •  House ceded-lands bill subject of meetings
 •  $1.6 million grant will hire, retain firefighters
 •  Community calendar
 •  Swimmer saved on North Shore
 •  Obituaries

 •  A-Rod says he took steroids from '01-'03
 •  Okino falls short in qualifying
 •  LPGA tour will have to do with less in 2009
 •  Demusis focal point for Mililani boys basketball
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Basketball polls
 •  Basketball standings
 •  HHSAA Boys soccer tournament
 •  Upcoming events
 •  Giants receiver has been a deadbeat
 •  Big Ben broke two ribs
 •  Sixers roll by Suns, 108-91
 •  Missouri's Taylor sinks late shot, Kansas
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Aaron will never be 'A-Fraud'

Island Life
 •  'Green' living moves into the preschools
 •  As economy falters, kids may need to share rooms
 •  There's nothing like a teen in love
 •  'Souvenir' actress Smart in hospital Photo gallery
 •  For the girl who has everything

 •  Bailout plan may reach $1.5 trillion
 •  Taro crop increased 10% in 2008
 •  Free dental-care program ending for Big Islanders
 •  Toy stores race to clean up stock
 •  Investors wait for details on bailout, stimulus plans
 •  SEC, Madoff reach pact, but judge must approve
 •  Aloha Tower under new management

 •  Housing office gets it: Rehab is urgent need
 •  Recall reflects need to retool FDA safety net
 •  Ho'opili project harms traffic, agriculture
 •  If Iraq can succeed, why not Afghanistan?
 •  Letters to the Editor