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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 15, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Oahu prepares for possible 60 mph winds
 •  List of Friday school closings keeps growing
 •  Waianae Coast homeless urged to leave beaches for safety
 •  High wind hits Kaneohe, surf closes Kaena Point
 •  No ILH, OIA sporting events on Friday
 •  Many federal, state, county offices to be closed Friday
 •  Power interruptions possible on Big Island, HELCO says
 •  Power outage cancels tonight's classes at Windward CC
 •  Oahu under high wind warning until 6 p.m. Friday
 •  Hawaiian Electric offers high-wind forecast tips
 •  Boys & Girls Club facilities to accommodate schoolchildren
 •  Most Maui County workers told to not report Friday
 •  Disaster Recovery Centers open Saturday for Oahu storm victims
 •  Kula forest reserve on Maui closed
 •  Different flight patterns above Maui this weekend
 •  Miscommunication blamed for flight attendants' injuries
 •  Report: Pilot kept copter from sliding down slope
 •  Kokee cabins on agenda for meeting tomorrow
 •  Copter company blamed in 2007 Princeville crash that killed 4
 •  Council panel wants airport rail route
 •  Hawaii takes digital TV plunge ... with a few glitches
 •  PBS digital broadcasts delayed on Big Island
 •  Hawaii scores nearly $20 million in HUD money
 •  Superferry out of service Feb. 2-17
 •  Hawaii online medical care first of its kind in nation
 •  OHA to seek land trust legislation
 •  Pedestrian accident reported in Kaneohe
 •  Weather: Scattered showers likely today, Friday
 •  High surf warning continuing for all islands
 •  Federal judge dismisses Hawaii lawsuit over Navy sonar
 •  Proposals unveiled to make Hawaii roads safer include red-light cameras
 •  Sony Open: Leaderboard, local golfers updates
 •  Maruyama atop crowded leaderboard in Sony Open
 •  Sony Open: First-round scores
 •  Sony Open video: Fujikawa opens with 71
 •  Sony Open: 82-year-old scores ace at Pro-Am, gets 18-karat timepiece
 •  Sony Open: Campbell makes his flight, misses the tournament
 •  Bills sign Aiea alum Brandon Rodd as reserve future free agent
 •  Southern California QB Sanchez to enter NFL draft
 •  CFB: Percy Harvin jumps to NFL, Spikes returns to Florida
 •  NFL: Lions hire Titans’ Schwartz as coach
 •  MLB: AP source: Red Sox, Youkilis agree to 4-year deal
 •  CFB: LSU QB Hatch going back to Harvard
 •  MLB: Dodgers release Andruw Jones
 •  NFL: Jets had second meeting with Giants’ Spagnuolo
 •  NFL: Rams eliminate Haslett from head coaching search
 •  Golf: Vijay Singh has knee surgery, out for 3 weeks
 •  NFL: Linehan gets 2nd meeting for 49ers coordinator job
 •  MLB: David Eckstein, Padres agree to 1-year contract
 •  MLB: Boston Red Sox re-sign OF Mark Kotsay
 •  NFL: Ravens at Steelers AFC Championship capsule
 •  NFL: Eagles at Cardinals NFC championship capsule
 •  MLB: Colon, White Sox agree to $1M, 1-year deal
 •  Tennis: Seles heads 2009 class for Hall of Fame
 •  MLB: Baseball owners eliminate coin flips
 •  NFL: Saints hire Gregg Williams as defensive coordinator
 •  MLB: Radomski at court house of Clemens grand jury
 •  NFL: Critics say Cowboys’ Garrett not ready for head coaching spot
 •  UH volleyball: Alumni get discount for this week's volleyball
 •  UH hoops: Alumni, faculty, staff receive discount to Saturday’s game
 •  NFL: Dolphins fire offensive line coach Maser
 •  CFB: Ohio State DB Donald Washington leaving for pros
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  Prep girls basketball standings
 •  Prep boys basketball standings
 •  NHL: Ex-Red Wing Shanahan signs with New Jersey Devils
 •  Olympics: 6th person arrested in Beijing Games ticket scam
 •  MLB: 'Joba-The-Not' charged with impersonating Yankee
 •  CFB: Heisman QB Bradford's return brings Sooners hope
 •  Sumo: Man arrested for Asashoryu death threat
 •  Obama's brother-in-law has promising campaign as Oregon State coach
 •  Golf: Aloha swing nothing alike in field, golf courses
 •  Tennis: Williams loses to Dementieva in Sydney semifinals
 •  Auto racing: Leader Carlos Sainz abandons Dakar Rally
 •  Tennis: Federer advances to Kooyong final
 •  Davone Bess to attend 'An Evening with Colt Brennan' fundraiser Feb. 3
 •  Ilikai lender moves to shut down hotel as of Feb. 8
 •  Hoku Scientific amends contract with Chinese company
 •  "Evening with Edgar Allan Poe” Thursday at Hawaii State Library
 •  Buddhist Study Center plans psychology workshop
 •  Jack Johnson, Sheryl Crow headline inaugural balls
 •  Big Island church undertakes $1.1 million rebuilding after quake damage
 •  Isles should send unfettered Akaka Bill for a vote

Local News
 •  Gambling opponents weigh in
 •  Drama builds on North Shore Photo gallery Video
 •  Makua seafood pollution at issue
 •  Isles score the lowest in No Child teaching
 •  Hawaii Tourism Authority lacks clear strategy, state audit finds
 •  Honolulu City Council may ask state for right to curb fireworks
 •  Red-light cameras may return
 •  'Fishing Tales' host Mike Sakamoto, 59 Video
 •  Hopes still high for UH's future campus in Kapolei
 •  Shinseki promises better VA
 •  1,395 Big Island motorists arrested for DUI in 2008
 •  Keith-Agaran appointed to fill state House seat
 •  Maui Arts & Cultural Center project funded
 •  Some in Ka'a'awa out to save school
 •  Tar balls turn surfing, swimming into a mess
 •  Illinois governor sticks to script Photo gallery
 •  370 claim losses from December blackout
 •  For inmates, it's a matter of self-worth

 •  Begay gets back in the game Photo gallery
 •  UH hopes to steal Pepperdine's 'Thunder'
 •  Radford runs down Mililani Photo gallery
 •  Radford runs down Mililani Photo gallery
 •  Saint Louis edges Mid-Pacific, 61-55
 •  Kalaheo surges past Moanalua in boys soccer
 •  Upcoming events
 •  Prep notices
 •  Soccer standings
 •  Wrestling standings
 •  Father's drug use toughens Fujikawa
 •  Should be fun for sons of Hawaii
 •  Amateurs get shot at LPGA
 •  Holes in One
 •  Postcards from Parker, Jan. 15, 2009
 •  Bradford to pass on NFL
 •  Browns hire ex-Pats' coaches
 •  Mason, Spurs hold off Lakers
 •  Smoltz said Braves banked on his return
 •  Nadal, Jankovic get No. 1 seeds
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Choi is the island's pride, joy

Island Life
 •  Beverage battle
 •  Up the love by avoiding 4 relationship mistakes
 •  Thursday's movie capsules
 •  Health calendar
 •  Some TV ads inspire people to get moving
 •  Rock Hall taps pioneers of rap
 •  Although nutritious, acai not a cure-all
 •  Pump up the fitness
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Isle foreclosures soar 230% in '08
 •  Ward Centers redevelopment plan OK'd
 •  Tough talk helps turn lives around
 •  Mandatory withdrawal rule changed for 2009
 •  For penny-pinchers, coupons are everywhere
 •  6,000 job seekers try luck at fair Video
 •  Holiday retail sales report doubly bad; markets dive
 •  Hawaii Real Estate Report
 •  General Growth seeks loan extension
 •  Apple chief going on medical leave
 •  For penny-pinchers, coupons are everywhere

 •  State fireworks ban offers more effective solution
 •  Pay freeze? Not for everyone
 •  Time to pay up on years of overspending, overborrowing
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  TGI Thursday