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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 22, 2009

Breaking News
 •  State seeking tax, fee hikes for 6-year, $4B highway plan
 •  Obama's sister, 3 others to receive civil rights award
 •  Kauai teen seriously injured in motorcycle crash
 •  HPD seeks volunteers for reserves
 •  Fire leaves Mililani family homeless
 •  Memorial concert for Chaminade's Wesselkamper
 •  Health Department probes improper use of non-food grade salt
 •  Lawmakers urged to follow Damien's example of public service
 •  4 injured when flight from Japan encounters heavy turbulence
 •  McCully water main work goes on Video
 •  Man pleads guilty to murdering stepfather
 •  Lingle releases list of judicial nominees
 •  Stolen Ozomatli concert tickets won't be honored
 •  Hotel Hana-Maui under new management
 •  Speed a possible factor in fatal Maui crash
 •  Weather transmitter atop Haleakala back in service
 •  Maui County to celebrate Chinese New Year
 •  Kauai police offering crime prevention tips
 •  Waipahu Disaster Recovery Center to shut down
 •  Kauai police ask for help in finding missing teen
 •  Kauai property tax payments due Feb. 20
 •  High surf advisory in effect for most islands
 •  Weather: Mostly sunny through Friday
 •  UH men's hoops team still can't cash in against Nevada
 •  NBA: Seven-time All-Star Mourning retires
 •  NFL: Reality TV to offer spot on Cowboys
 •  Preps: Kentucky football coach charged in player’s death
 •  Volleyball: Berg honored by USA Volleyball
 •  UH: Season-ticket holders get discount to Saturday's hoops game
 •  NFL: Mangini hires quintet of coaches
 •  NFL: With ex-boss on other side, Big Ben seeks big game
 •  MLB: Bedard will be ready for Seattle’s spring training
 •  NFL: Pettine excited to work on Jets’ D with Ryan
 •  MLB: Kent calls it a career after 17 years in baseball
 •  NBA: Ellis plans Friday return to Warriors
 •  NBA: Magic's Howard sets NBA All-Star voting record
 •  MLB: Brewers, Fielder agree on $18 million, 2-year deal
 •  MLB: Oldest ex-major leaguer Werber dies at 100
 •  NFL: AP source: 5 names on NFLPA finalist list
 •  NFL: Death of former Falcons DT Dronett ruled suicide
 •  NFL: Boldin laughs off reaction to run-in with Haley
 •  NFL: Lewis is Seahawks’ new DBs coach
 •  MLB: Cora and Mets finalize $2 million, 1-year deal
 •  Golf: Augusta invites Japanese teen to play in Masters
 •  Skating: Denney-Barrett pull off upset, win pairs short
 •  MLB: Report says Tribune selects favorite for Cubs
 •  NFL: Bucs make Jim Bates defensive coordinator
 •  Preps: Texas girls hoops team seeks forfeit of 100-0 win
 •  NFL: Dungy, Holmgren added to NBC’s Super Bowl team
 •  Golf: Olazabal offers himself as 2010 Ryder Cup captain
 •  MLB: Cardinals’ Glaus out 3 months after surgery
 •  MLB: Werth, Phillies finalize $10M, 2-year deal
 •  NFL: Panthers defensive coordinator leaves team
 •  MLB: Orioles agree to 1-year contract with Zaun
 •  Golf: Coltart, Stenson, Jimenez lead at Qatar Masters
 •  NFL: Cowboys should hire Mike Shanahan to restore order
 •  NFL column: Will Boldin be party-pooper for the Cardinals?
 •  NFL: 2009 Draft Order
 •  NFL: Would 49ers perform a do-over, with Shanahan and Gruden available
 •  Tennis: Venus Williams ousted at Australian Open
 •  Skating: Joubert takes third Euro title
 •  Cycling: Landis says he can't wait to race again
 •  Olympics: Phelps selected USOC sportsman of the year
 •  Skiing: Albrecht placed in induced coma after crash
 •  Cycling: Accident, high winds test Armstrong in Australia
 •  Sumo: Unbeaten Asashoryu a step closer to 23rd Emperor's Cup
 •  UH: Ticket stubs get discounts at Big City Diner
 •  UH track: Sunset Series this week
 •  UH: Rainbow Wahine hoops homestand continues
 •  NHL: Kovalev, Thornton are captains for All-Star game
 •  Track & field: British runners face fines for missed doping tests
 •  Cycling: Rasmussen loses appeal of 2-year ban
 •  MLB: It's almost time for baseball's annual desert bloom
 •  Tennis: Australian Open at a glance
 •  HTA proceeds with search for new CEO
 •  Liberty Mutual sells Hawaii insurance distribution operation
 •  Four Seasons Resort Maui holds on to Five-Star rating
 •  Honpa Hongwanji announces 2009 Living Treasures
 •  Artist Mat Kubo sees himself in wood
 •  "Angry Woebot" spotted at The Contemporary Museum
 •  Tickets on sale for symphony's first Beethoven Festival
 •  Healthy Start vital for Hawaiçi’s vulnerable keiki

Local News
 •  Driver who killed 2 teens avoids jail
 •  Health alert issued in meningitis cases
 •  Superferry's maneuvering averts collision with whales Video
 •  Governor emphasizes Hawaii's deficit woes as Legislature opens Video
 •  Child abuser sent to prison to await Hawaii sovereignty appeal Video
 •  Abercrombie, Oprah at Obama's inaugural midnight after-party Video
 •  Obama moves fast on Guantanamo, bailout
 •  Free makeup available, but it'll be gone pretty soon
 •  Hokule'a sets sail with Chinese junk
 •  Grant goes toward safe haven
 •  Lingle nominates Dahilig as 6th regent
 •  Kapi'olani repaving work pau on Feb. 8
 •  Bus passenger, 51, dies after truck strikes him
 •  Motorcyclist first Maui traffic fatality of 2009
 •  Meeting to discuss water from Upcountry plants
 •  H-2 Freeway lanes close for expansion-joint work
 •  Eku Stream clearing effort is to begin today
 •  'Divorce Law in Hawaii' program is at noon today
 •  Treated wastewater going into stream, bay
 •  City balks at raid on rail tax
 •  Obama's sister considering move from Hawaii to D.C.
 •  Community calendar
 •  Suspect, 34, charged in stabbing
 •  EMT recruit applications due Jan. 31
 •  Obituaries
 •  A parade for all of us to love

 •  17th pro season for Benny
 •  Hawaii seeks breakthrough in Nevada
 •  UH playing BYU with a chip on its shoulder
 •  Kahuku girls top OIA East champ Moanalua
 •  Granger propels 'Iolani boys, 2-1 Photo gallery
 •  Radford girls hand 'Aiea first OIA Red West loss
 •  This week's events
 •  Langer now an old pro
 •  Chow had respect of Hawaii golf industry
 •  Turtle Bay offers promotional rate on rental clubs
 •  Holes in One
 •  Missing cut resulted in relaxing weekend
 •  Collins will sub Favre at Aloha
 •  Virginia Tech topples No. 1 Wake Forest
 •  Celtics win sixth in row
 •  Markakis, O's finalize $66.1 million contract
 •  Perez opens Hope with a 61
 •  Academic honors for 36 UH athletes
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Following game plan to the letter

Island Life
 •  Love yourself
 •  Networking sites draw older members
 •  Health calendar
 •  Thursday's movie capsules
 •  Dillon denies doing 106 mph Photo gallery
 •  Pending more research, avoid yerba mate tea
 •  Saturday morning help for beginners
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Medicaid health plan starts Feb. 1
 •  Yucaipa interest in Mesa smaller
 •  Obama's tax plans won't bring long-term benefits
 •  Banks still bleeding despite bailout
 •  Seasonal sales don't always offer best deals
 •  Wall Street bounces back as financial stocks rebound
 •  Hawaii Real Estate Report
 •  Mandara to operate Mauna Kea spa
 •  Toyota led auto industry in 2008 worldwide sales
 •  Seasonal sales don't always offer best deals

 •  B&B rules fall short of rational regulation
 •  At the White House, letting in some light
 •  'We will rise above these difficult times'
 •  GOP supports lower taxes for families and businesses
 •  'Vote for the common good'
 •  Coming together on economy, clean energy and education

 •  Thursday's movie capsules