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Articles for January 20, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Obama greets crowd at Home State Ball
 •  Some Hawaii visitors can't get near inauguration
 •  Hawaii residents shiver in long lines but say it was worth it
 •  Punahou students ‘filled with pride’
 •  Obama brings hope to African-Americans in Hawaii
 •  180 gather at Aloha Tower for ‘breakfast with Obama’
 •  Lingle looks forward to working with Obama administration
 •  Cold too much for some in Le Jardin group
 •  D.C. Metro riders say 'Yes we can'
 •  DLNR reopens Kula Forest Reserve, Polipoli Spring
 •  High court sets deadline for UH regents appointment
 •  Team Obama talks to supporters with txt msgs
 •  Surf: Down a bit today, up again tomorrow
 •  Weather cold but sunny for huge crowd
 •  Weather: Weak front may bring light showers
 •  Chief justice slips on oath, Obama repeats slight error
 •  Biden sworn in as vice president
 •  Lobbyists also busy on Inauguration Day
 •  Americans say what inauguration means to them
 •  More than 1 million jam National Mall, nearby streets
 •  Big Island to conduct tsunami drill Jan. 27
 •  Haleakala weather channel out of service today
 •  Courts to give talk on TROs, protective orders
 •  Public tennis courts on Maui to close for repairs
 •  Inauguration Day shaping up to be cold, crowded
 •  Crush of humanity jams D.C. Metro system
 •  UH football: Assistant leaves for Yale post
 •  Shane Victorino agrees to one-year, $3M deal with Phillies
 •  Kauai native Yates re-signs with Pirates for 1 year, $1.3 million
 •  Oregon cancels Special Olympics
 •  MMA: UFC pushes to legalize fighting in NY
 •  NFL: Sources: Tardiness a routine problem for Cowboys this season
 •  NFL: McNabb’s lawn burned with Cardinals cheers
 •  NFL: New Dolphins’ owner says Parcells will stay
 •  NFL: Niners to talk to Jagodzinski for coordinator job
 •  NFL: Dolphins rookie Long replaces Peters in Pro Bowl
 •  AP source: Stanford considering cuts to athletics
 •  Sports world pauses as Obama takes office
 •  NFL: Ross becomes Miami Dolphins’ majority owner
 •  MLB: Bedard, Mariners agree to 1-year, $7.75M deal
 •  MLB: Papelbon agrees to $6.25M deal with Red Sox
 •  MLB: Phillies Ryan Howard asks for $18 million in arbitration
 •  Tennis: New-look Nadal covers up muscles in Melbourne
 •  MLB: Madson, Phillies strike $12M, 3-year deal
 •  MLB: Players and teams rush to settle arbitration cases
 •  Golf: Anthony Kim withdraws from Hope with sore shoulder
 •  Ex-wife of 2007 Sony Open winner Goydos dies
 •  Tennis: Nadal in top form at Australian Open
 •  NBA: MVP debate misses the point
 •  Tennis: Williams sisters advance at Australian Open
 •  CFB: Michigan hires Robinson as defensive coordinator
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  Prep girls basketball standings
 •  Prep boys basketball standings
 •  NFL: Ross becomes Miami Dolphins' majority owner
 •  MLB: Detroit approves $27M plan for old Tiger Stadium
 •  Pirates' LaRoche agrees to $7.05 million deal
 •  NBA: Memphis signs Darius Miles to another contract
 •  Soccer: Man City accuses Milan of reneging on Kaka deal
 •  CFB: LSU's LaFell pulls out of NFL draft
 •  Figure skating: Khokhlova-Novitski lead ice dance
 •  CBKB: Kansas' Bill Self admits exchange with top recruit
 •  Soccer: Bradley working with depleted U.S. squad
 •  Tennis: Blake sharp in winning Australian Open match
 •  Lacrosse: Duke insurer says it shouldn't pay settlement
 •  Olympics: Equestrian appeals loss of medal, doping ban
 •  Sumo: Asashoryu leads tournament with 10-0 record
 •  NFL: The Super Bowl will be so big you can bet on it
 •  MLB: Tadahito Iguchi returns to Japan with Lotte
 •  Snowboarding: Anderson, Kreiner win gold at worlds
 •  Boxing: Klitschko's WBC title defense set for Stuttgart
 •  MLB: Debate over Edgar Martinez in Hall of Fame can begin
 •  Soccer: Man City accuses Milan of reneging on Kaka deal
 •  Soccer: Japan defeats Yemen 2-1 in Asian Cup qualifier
 •  MLB: Detroit approves $27M plans for old Tiger Stadium
 •  Matson to lay off 60 non unionized workers
 •  City to begin accepting applications for EMT I recruit
 •  Matson announces layoffs
 •  Lingle administration mulls cuts to tech tax credit program
 •  Local real estate firm donates to homeless shelter

Local News
 •  Pilot likely blacked out after achieving record, family says
 •  City leaders not ruling out tax hikes
 •  State faulted in bullying case
 •  Poised for change Video
 •  Hawaii takes center stage at Pearl Presidential Inaugural Gala Video
 •  Islanders deliver gifts in Washington, D.C. after frigid wait Video
 •  KGMB goes 'all out' for Obama Video
 •  A historic day for Island school kids, too
 •  Punahou to march early in parade
 •  Punahou alums, high school rivals celebrate Video
 •  State Rep. Takai to spend 6 months in Kuwait
 •  Mayor calls for faster aid to cities
 •  Chaminade, HPU plan for difficult economy
 •  Bob Young captured surfing's Golden Age
 •  NTSB reports on injury aboard jet
 •  Rules on minimum size of fish to be discussed
 •  Pilot of home-built plane survives hard landing
 •  Weekend trolling limited to two days this month
 •  Three tennis courts at Wells Park close for work
 •  Council mulling law on ag-land vacation rentals
 •  Tuvan throat-singing group perform at library
 •  Now you can recycle outdated phone books
 •  A chance to get rid of recyclables, appliances
 •  Community calendar
 •  Wildlife experts head to wetlands
 •  Obituaries
 •  A rare kind of grace on the green

 •  'Bows are facing big odds with rough trip
 •  Saint Louis alum gets $640K deal
 •  Warriors will shuffle lineup to improve passing game
 •  Liana key to Govs' ascent
 •  Roosevelt wins OIA showdown
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Basketball polls
 •  Basketball standings
 •  OIA Girls soccer tournament
 •  Upcoming events
 •  Jets get their man in Ravens' Ryan
 •  Lakers gang up on Cavs in 105-88 rout
 •  BYUH's Alves, Wily earn PacWest honors
 •  Orioles' Markakis to get $66M deal
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Time for Tadd to step it up

Island Life
 •  The president of pop
 •  'Lost' season premiere enlivened by a little skin
 •  A legacy of writing, teaching
 •  Tuesday's movie capsules
 •  Make dining, flower plans now before it's too late
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

 •  Vendors look for inaugural payoff
 •  Luxury air travel seeing deep slump
 •  Kauai vacation rental ban at risk
 •  Zagat expands book on Hawaii
 •  Facing 'deep' recession, EU cuts growth forecasts
 •  Halekulani teams with Tokyo group

 •  Obama's era signals a call to shared responsibility
 •  Tough times call for optimism, not gloom
 •  Obama carries our hope, confidence
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Tuesday's movie capsules
 •  TGI Tuesday