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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 9, 2009

Breaking News
 •  HECO says 5 lightning strikes caused Oahu-wide blackout last December
 •  Gloomy revenue forecast means $125 million more in spending cuts
 •  Kamehameha Schools endowment down 18% to $7.7 billion
 •  Ex-Honolulu firefighter gets 10 years for arson, to undergo drug treatment
 •  Man arrested in Waipahu hit-and-run fatality
 •  Crews clear Oahu debris ahead of more rain
 •  Legal Aid Society of Hawaii director resigning
 •  Munitions removed from Rabbit Island today
 •  Disaster recovery applicant briefings set for Kauai, Oahu
 •  H-3 west-bound lanes shut down
 •  Surf: Huge northwest swell due in late Tuesday
 •  Weather: Kona winds to kick in today
 •  Stealth fighters stop at Hickam en route to Japan
 •  Kona police 'officers of the month' recognized
 •  Volleyball: USC sweeps UH men
 •  Ogilvy makes a bogey but keeps lead at Kapalua
 •  McLachlin shoots 69, moves to even par at Kapalua
 •  NFL: Chargers' Tomlinson officially listed as doubtful
 •  Olympics: Vancouver taxpayers on hook for athletes village
 •  MLB: Red Sox finalize $5 million deal with RHP Brad Penny
 •  CFB: Missouri receiver Maclin opts to turn pro
 •  250 competitors expected for next week's Aloha Gymfest
 •  MLB: Nearly 8 percent of players authorized to use drugs for ADHD
 •  NFL: Snow and sleet forecast for Eagles-Giants game
 •  CFB: Texas Tech receiver Crabtree headed to NFL
 •  NBA: Union to file grievance against Blazers over Miles
 •  Tennis: Murray beats Federer to reach Qatar Open final
 •  NFL: Playoff results, schedule
 •  NFL: AP All-Pro Team includes 15 newcomers
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  Prep girls basketball standings
 •  Prep boys basketball standings
 •  Tennis: Dementieva wins ASB Classic
 •  MLB: Willie Bloomquist agrees to $3.1M deal with Royals
 •  CFB: Tim Walsh to replace Ellerson at Cal Poly
 •  MLB: ADHD exemptions in baseball on the rise
 •  NBA: Blazers reportedly warn teams to avoid Darius Miles
 •  CFB: UMass coach resigns to take job at Maryland
 •  NFL: Titans C Mawae officially out against Ravens
 •  Barkley reportedly to take leave of absence
 •  Rowing: Nations may face curb on Olympic events
 •  Racing: Sainz regains lead of Dakar Rally with stage win
 •  Baseball: U.S. World Classic interest list released
 •  Daily Racing Form columnist Joe Hirsch dies
 •  Illness forces NCAA chief Brand to cut travel
 •  CFB: Weber State football player gets 60 days in jail
 •  U.S. troops in Iraq get to drink beer for Super Bowl
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams beats Chakvetadze at Hong Kong exhibition
 •  CFB: Florida State coach coming back next season
 •  CFB: The next day, it's still great to be a Gator
 •  Pro wrestling: WWE to cut 10 percent of staff
 •  Tennis: Slovakia wins Hopman Cup over Russia
 •  CFB: Obama renews plea for college football playoffs
 •  Soccer: Beckham spokesman says star is committed to Galaxy
 •  Tennis: Karlovic loses; Cilic, Schuettler win at Chennai
 •  Tennis: Roddick beats Monfils to reach Qatar Open final
 •  NFL: 20 Redskins employees laid off
 •  Auto racing: 20-year-old Buemi to drive for Toro Rosso F1 team
 •  Golf: Drysdale leads by 1 in European Tour's Joburg Open
 •  Blood-alcohol test shows Barkley impaired when arrested
 •  MLB: Former big league pitcher Dave Roberts dies at 64
 •  CBKB: Conference reprimands Wyoming coach
 •  Olympics: Tokyo's 2016 venues approved by sports federations
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams beats Chakvetadze at HK exhibition
 •  NFL: Delhomme and Warner were Admirals in Amsterdam
 •  Motorsports: Kawasaki pulls out of MotoGP championship
 •  CFB: Ex-Miami QB Marve can transfer, but not to LSU, Florida, other ACC schools
 •  California woman finds baseball card from 1869
 •  Borrrring! BCS title game should have been on C-Span
 •  Tennis: Amelie Mauresmo retires in semifinals in Brisbane
 •  MLB: Atlanta Braves stunned by John Smoltz's departure
 •  Hawaii farm sales down slightly in 2007 from 2006
 •  Pro Bowl sets workshop for local business owners
 •  AIDS Memorial Quilt founder to speak here tomorrow
 •  Visitor accommodations grew 1.3% in 2008
 •  Honolulu gas prices rise for first time in 15 weeks
 •  Walgreens to open Kalihi store on Saturday
 •  Hawaiian Telcom Yellow Pages to recycle directories
 •  Producers of Swayze's 'The Beast' optimistic
 •  Sacred Hearts priest to give Damien talk at Red Mass
 •  Martin Denny on National Public Radio
 •  Saturday concert with Tyga postponed
 •  Healthcare safety net major issue for all Hawaii

Local News
 •  Boulder puts project on hold
 •  Hawaii reefs get $218,500 in aid
 •  Planners of Isle inaugural ball hope Obama sends some aloha to Hawaii Video
 •  Hawaii's Pearl Harbor to become hub for new nuclear subs
 •  Hula Bowl seems to have vanished silently from Hawaii
 •  Fatal Hawaii crash came during police chase, 2nd witness says Photo gallery
 •  Study reveals ups, downs of ferry-related harbor projects Video
 •  Tossing old TVs worries environmentalists Video
 •  Obama plans 'dramatic action'
 •  Presidential spidey-senses tingle
 •  Harvard prof may be envoy to Japan
 •  Study: Hawaiian government could cost state $690M a year
 •  Maui eases permits under new limit of 400 B&Bs
 •  Dying man identified his attacker, police say
 •  Wilikina Drive lanes to close for repairs today
 •  Martin Luther King Day features parade, rally
 •  Kamehameha Highway lane closures next week
 •  Highway lane closed for work beginning Monday
 •  Tenants moving in soon at Mokuola Video
 •  25-foot surf may arrive next week
 •  Community calendar
 •  Suspect in Oct. 31 shooting of 16-year-old boy arrested
 •  Obituaries
 •  Superferry protesters' story told

 •  UH women lose WAC opener
 •  Ogilvy's 67 leads Mercedes-Benz
 •  'Bows play with 'no energy' in 67-47 road loss to Idaho
 •  Warriors sweep Buckeyes in opener
 •  Kalaheo shoots past Kaimuki in Red East
 •  Campbell gets past Leilehua in OIA boys hoops
 •  Close family ties reunite these Governors on basketball court
 •  McLachlin has rough start at Kapalua
 •  Gators chomp up title
 •  Ohio State running back will turn pro
 •  Spurs rally, hand Clippers ninth straight loss, 106-84
 •  Big-wave riders sticking around for Da Hui Backdoor Shootout
 •  Softball tourney at CORP
 •  Smoltz, Hoffman switching teams
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Still short of ideal situation

Island Life
 •  Turning your bedroom into a sanctuary
 •  Seven jeans opens first Isle store in Waikiki
 •  January typically sees spike in divorce rate
 •  In the Toadies' world, it's still the '90s
 •  Billboard hits
 •  5 albums that escaped notice last year
 •  'Unborn' good for a jolt, laugh
 •  'Righteous Kill,' 'Pineapple' see actors team up
 •  Screening room
 •  Family fare
 •  Turning your bedroom into a sanctuary
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Grow your own herbs for fresh flavor in dishes
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!

 •  Macy's to close Big Isle store, 10 on Mainland
 •  Bellman named hotel employee of the year
 •  Maui home prices down, but condos steady
 •  Closing HawTelcom 'is not a viable option'
 •  'Winners' in Madoff scheme may have to return profits
 •  Poor December retail sales may hike bankruptcies
 •  Yellow Pages, recycler team up

 •  Congress must act swiftly on stimulus initiatives
 •  Community health centers a smart choice
 •  Gaza cease-fire deal vital to lasting peace
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  A popcorn list for '09
 •  It's never too early to predict the Oscars, right?
 •  Out of 'Office,' Robinson lets true personality fly
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
 •  'Unborn' good for a jolt, laugh
 •  'Righteous Kill,' 'Pineapple' see actors team up
 •  Screening room
 •  Family fare
 •  In the Toadies' world, it's still the '90s
 •  Billboard hits
 •  5 albums that escaped notice last year
 •  A roundup of fare for every palate and paycheck
 •  Memphis barbecue comes to Kaimuki
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!