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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 16, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Honolulu man first among elite runners in Great Aloha Run
 •  Apparent heart attack victim is Great Aloha Run's first fatality
 •  Sewage spill reported at West Loch
 •  Conference attendees attempt ukulele world record Video
 •  Meeting in Waianae to discuss new Quest program
 •  Maui judge overturns jury’s guilty verdicts
 •  Complaint lodged over Maui County Council race
 •  Maui to add names to War Memorial Honor Roll
 •  High surf advisory issued for east-facing shores
 •  Big Island woman sought for failure to appear
 •  Earthquake rolls across ocean floor near Big Isle
 •  Weather: Mostly sunny, a few scattered showers
 •  Kauai County offices closed today
 •  Great Aloha Run results
 •  Kamehameha grad Nohara named WAC Hitter of the Week
 •  CBKB: No. 4 Pittsburgh beats No. 1 Connecticut 76-68
 •  MLB: 10 questions A-Rod needs to answer
 •  UH baseball: UH students get in free, alumni receive discount
 •  CFB: UF player charged with violating restraining order
 •  NFL: Bengals tag Graham as franchise player
 •  MLB: New Giant Randy Johnson offers Cain tough love
 •  Preps: Top 25 high school boys basketball teams
 •  MLB: Braves try to close deal with Glavine
 •  CBKB: CS Northridge guard Jenkins injured in car wreck
 •  NFL: Broncos cuts 6, including Dewayne Robertson
 •  MLB: Mariners sign top draft choice Fields
 •  MLB: Ortiz wants season-long ban for steroid users
 •  MLB: Ludwick, Cardinals agree at $3.7 million
 •  CFB: Sooner QB Bradford: No second thoughts about staying
 •  NBA: Suns’ Richardson suspended for a game after arrest
 •  MLB: Astros’ Hampton sent home with irregular heartbeat
 •  MLB: Wall of teammates will join Rodriguez on Tuesday
 •  MLB: Garland fills Johnson’s spot for Arizona
 •  NFL: Ravens terminate contract of CB Chris McAlister
 •  CFB: Michigan quarterback Threet transferring
 •  NBA: Suns’ Richardson charged with reckless driving
 •  NBA: Suns fire Porter after 4 months on the job
 •  CBKB: Top 4 remain the same in AP poll
 •  NFL: Jaguars release RB Fred Taylor
 •  NBA: Stoudemire shines in what might be last game as Sun
 •  UH: Doubleheader deal for baseball, basketball games Saturday
 •  UH hoops; Green & White night on Saturday
 •  UH football: Deposits for new season tickets being accepted
 •  UH baseball: Chevron gas purchase brings ticket deal for Friday's game
 •  Olympics: Panel dismisses wrestler Abrahamian's appeal vs. IOC
 •  NBA: Mavericks need to make a move to improve
 •  Baseball: Defending champ Japan starts training for WBC
 •  MLB: Healthy Big Unit looks forward to 300th career win
 •  Auto racing: ING to end F1 sponsorship after 2009 season
 •  UH baseball: Tickets on sale; food item prices reduced
 •  UH: Redeem ticket stubs for Big City Diner discount
 •  UH volleyball: Students free, ticket prices reduced
 •  Unionized Kaiser nurses ratify three-year labor agreement
 •  National magazine recognizes Hawaii Convention Center
 •  Four Seasons Resort Lanai kamaaina special
 •  Rabbit Kekai gives talk at Chinatown Boardroom Thursday
 •  Slack-key artist Cyril Pahinui talks story at WCC on Thursday
 •  Digital Animation Academy offered for youth at Bishop Museum
 •  Honolulu-based film fest set for March 6-8
 •  Blog, photos from New York's Fashion Week at HonoluluAdvertiser.com
 •  Maui's The Inn at Mama's Fish House honored
 •  Advance tickets available for musical comedy ‘Curtains’
 •  Pipeline Cafe hosting after party for Pepper
 •  Homeless need an alternative to Kapiolani Park

Local News
 •  Bill targets housing authority
 •  Thousands taking on 25th Great Aloha Run Video
 •  Frisbee jocks from around world gather in Waimanalo Photo gallery
 •  'Shelter in place' bill moves ahead
 •  Troops train to reintegrate Video
 •  Dirty side of state politics
 •  Hope grows in Prison's Gardens Photo gallery
 •  New center going up at Kawaiaha'o Video
 •  Presidents Day
 •  Obama turning focus to home foreclosures
 •  Portuguese Day in Park celebrates culture Feb. 22
 •  Boys & Girls Club wins $10,000 tennis grant
 •  Up to $900,000 in grants awarded by the county
 •  Grant will help students renovate site for dialysis
 •  Kawai Nui Marsh focus of World Wetlands Day
 •  Series on area to center on Hawaiian perspective
 •  Learn about treatment, prevention of cancer
 •  Kalani High workshop helps plan for college
 •  Smoke testing of sewer lines to begin tomorrow
 •  Obituaries

 •  Three generations' strong
 •  Shaq, Kobe lead West to victory Photo gallery
 •  Te'o is QB Club's Male Sportsperson of the Year
 •  Aggies hold off Rainbow Wahine
 •  O'Meara says Woods looks better than ever
 •  NBA fans pay to see clean game
 •  Suns to dump Porter for Gentry today
 •  Boston College knocks off Duke
 •  Pierre in limbo while Dodgers wait on Ramirez Photo gallery
 •  Kenseth fends off rain, field to win shortened Daytona
 •  UC Davis beats UH softball, 8-1
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  The power of recycling
 •  3 tips to make the most out of your day
 •  'Opala bacteria blasters do it the green way Video
 •  For the environment
 •  New center going up at Kawaiaha'o Video
 •  Learn how to compost at home
 •  Learn how to compost at home
 •  For the environment

 •  Gas prices increase despite oil's decline
 •  Save your sanity — and your job — by learning how to say 'no'
 •  Job prospects grim for collegians
 •  Legos hold their own in recession
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Cancer research center needs stable funding source
 •  Equal rights for all includes civil unions
 •  Civic engagement, public service on the rise
 •  Joe, Janice — does it matter?
 •  Letters to the Editor