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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 8, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Man arrested in Kalihi park shooting
 •  City orders halt to hillside work where boulder hit Nuuanu home
 •  Stealth fighters stop at Hickam en route to Japan
 •  Program aims to recycle Hawaii phone books
 •  Hawaii Martin Luther King parade set for Jan. 19
 •  Kona police 'officers of the month' recognized
 •  EIS reveals impacts from upgrades of harbors for use by Superferry, others
 •  Maui restricts number of vacation rentals
 •  Dying Maui man able to tell police who stabbed him
 •  Surf: Big northwest swell due in on Sunday
 •  Weather: Heavy rains expected this weekend
 •  Sulfur dioxide emissions drop at Kilauea summit
 •  Hawaii groups get federal money to protect reefs
 •  Football coach to head Big Isle parks department
 •  Florida, Utah, USC 1-2-3 in final AP Top 25
 •  Warriors sweep Ohio State in men's volleyball opener
 •  Florida, USC, Texas 1-2-3 in final USA Today Top 25
 •  Ogilvy opens with 67, takes one-shot lead at Kapalua
 •  Idaho pounds Rainbow Warriors, 67-47
 •  Florida captures second BCS title in three years, 24-14
 •  Fresno State rolls past Rainbow Wahine, 78-50
 •  McLachlin opens with 77 at Mercedes-Benz Championship
 •  Kahuku alum Afalava to play in East-West Shrine Game
 •  Capsule for Florida-Oklahoma BCS national championship game
 •  MLB: Source says Smoltz agrees to deal with Boston
 •  MLB: Source says Hoffman reaches deal with Brewers
 •  Track and field: Arkansas vacates two national titles
 •  CFB: Western Washington cuts football program
 •  NFL: Lions to interview Vikings assistant Frazier
 •  NFL: Boldin says he won’t test hamstring until Saturday
 •  CFB: ACC commissioner says BCS complies with law
 •  MLB: Dodgers agree to terms with Castro, 14 others
 •  CFB: Ohio State RB Wells to enter NFL draft
 •  NFL: Favre taking month before deciding future
 •  CFB: Wisconsin RB Hill to enter NFL draft
 •  Baseball: ’Prince’ Henry of Negro Leagues dies at 78
 •  CFB: TCU gives Patterson new contract
 •  Olympics: Home Depot ends USOC sponsorship, jobs program
 •  MLB: Dodgers playing the Ramirez Game perfectly
 •  CFB: Bradford’s polish vs. Tebow’s grit in today's title game
 •  Skating: Back injury forces Belbin-Agosto out of nationals
 •  NFL: Rathman rejoins 49ers as RBs coach
 •  Golf: Mercedes Benz Championship tee times
 •  CFB: Seto promoted to USC’s defensive coordinator
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  Prep girls basketball standings
 •  Prep boys basketball standings
 •  Mixed martial arts: Ex-UFC champ pleads guilty to police chase
 •  Tennis: Top-ranked Nadal loses in Qatar Open quarterfinals
 •  Tennis: Venus beats Jankovic in Hong Kong exhibition
 •  Soccer: Cristiano Ronaldo unhurt in car crash
 •  Tennis: Devvarman stuns 6th-seeded Moya at Chennai Open
 •  Auto racing: Budget cap under consideration for F1 teams
 •  Tennis: Dementieva beats Peer to reach Auckland semis
 •  Tennis: Mauresmo ousts top-seeded Ivanovic in Brisbane
 •  NFL: Is Cowboys owner Jones wising up? No, that’s asking too much
 •  NBA: Warriors’ Ellis almost ready for practice
 •  NBA: Odom’s bone bruise isn’t serious, Lakers learn
 •  MLB: Andy Pettitte could be eyeing the Astros
 •  College basketball: Several hoops coaches to go barefoot for charity
 •  Tennis: Slovakia advances to Hopman Cup final
 •  Queen's radiation therapists reach tentative contract agreement
 •  Go!, Hawaiian offer $38 fares to Kona, Lihue
 •  Statehood panel looking for businesses that formed in 1959
 •  Hawaiian Telcom Yellow Pages to recycle directories
 •  Hawaii-born chef eliminated from 'Top Chef'
 •  Ron Asheton: The godfather of punk guitar
 •  Poet Burns to be honored in true Scottish Fashion
 •  Mindfulness and its uses in medicine, elsewhere topic of free workshop
 •  Week of Prayer for Christian Unity set for Jan. 21
 •  MacPherson chosen for MLK peacemaker award
 •  'Defending Caveman' tickets on sale Tuesday
 •  Congress must act swiftly on stimulus initiatives

Local News
 •  State still wants to acquire Turtle Bay
 •  Justice dealt, 31 years later Video
 •  Sewage upgrade could be costly Video
 •  University of Hawaii football, volleyball revenue down $1.25M
 •  Hawaii residents cut back on driving, used 8% less gas in 2008
 •  Holiday donations decline for many Hawaii charities
 •  Refinancing suddenly booms
 •  Ho'opili project decision expected
 •  Kailua pushed as model for electric vehicles
 •  Punahou students prep at Ice Palace for D.C. weather
 •  Film and TV director Alvin Ganzer
 •  Obama assembles 'super Cabinet'
 •  Aloha presidential ball a first in Isles
 •  40% of English-language learners struggle
 •  Storm's brewing northwest of Islands
 •  States see big jump in teen birth rates
 •  Two charged in robbery at movie theater Sunday
 •  Maui stabbing victim named
 •  Van donations 'truly a blessing'
 •  New superintendent for park coming from Guam
 •  Summit access to close during roadwork hours
 •  Sedan driver charged with killing, trashing cat
 •  Free public conference on African diaspora
 •  Sen. Gabbard to discuss blackout, other issues
 •  Boulder hits Nu'uanu home Photo gallery
 •  IRS eases deadlines for flood victims
 •  Obituaries

 •  It's a snap for UH alum Ingram
 •  Chopra after Kapalua repeat
 •  Warriors to hit Ohio State at full force in opener
 •  'Bows warming up to Moscow
 •  It's a snap for UH alum Ingram
 •  Sato's return sparks McKinley Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani, Punahou boys play to 1-1 tie in ILH Photo gallery
 •  This week's events
 •  Fujikawa will be among those at Sony prequalifier
 •  Will Mercedes-Benz, its memories, endure?
 •  McLachlin's 'D' denied Obama in pickup game
 •  Holes in One
 •  Gators, Sooners to see who's No. 1
 •  Pair of Georgia stars will enter draft
 •  Rockets top reeling Celtics nba
 •  No. 2 Duke holds on, 79-67 college basketball
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Price is right for winning

Island Life
 •  Martial arts all-star
 •  Save partner from obesity with sensitivity
 •  Hard times changing psychics' advice
 •  Health calendar
 •  Aussie actress enjoys 'Fringe' benefits
 •  Sufficient vitamin D beneficial
 •  Help's available online
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Affordable housing project is back on track in Kaka'ako
 •  State will poison wild bees to try to stop parasitic mites Video
 •  Innovation still thrives at Vegas electronics show
 •  Curbside recycling expands next week
 •  Be on alert as phishing attacks become more sophisticated
 •  Mokulele Air offers $28 Maui flight
 •  Intel's revenue projected to be off by about $500M
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Curbside recycling expands next week

 •  Justice center concept holds promise for Isles
 •  Gaza cease-fire deal needs broad support
 •  Panetta poised to do well as new CIA chief
 •  Let's be honest about government policies
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Aussie actress enjoys 'Fringe' benefits
 •  TGI Thursday