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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 25, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Two critical stabbings happen Saturday night
 •  Brrrr ... Cold weather here to stay for now
 •  Motorcyclist dies of injuries from earlier crash
 •  Chinese Year of the Ox at the University of Hawaii
 •  Chinese junk open for tours at Ala Wai
 •  Kalihi woman arrested on suspicion of burning her children
 •  Langer wins season-opening Mitsubishi at Hualalai
 •  Utah State downs UH in women's basketball
 •  X-Games: Shaun White wins superpipe gold on final run
 •  CBKB: How the AP Top 25 men's basketball teams fared
 •  NHL: Kovalev scores 2 goals, another in shootout to lift East
 •  Golf: Perez captures first PGA victory at Hope Classic
 •  Preps: Coach says he's not sorry for 100-point win
 •  World Series of Poker: Delayed final table again in 2009
 •  Reports: Torre takes swings at Yankees in new book
 •  Tennis: Simon reaches quarters after Monfils gets hurt
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams through to quarters after opponent ill
 •  Tennis: Djokovic beats Baghdatis to reach quarterfinals
 •  Super Bowl: Profiles of key Arizona Cardinals
 •  Super Bowl: Profiles of key Pittsburgh Steelers
 •  Tennis: Federer, Safina survive; Jankovic out in fourth round
 •  Preps: OIA boys soccer championships schedule
 •  Prep boys basketball standings
 •  Prep girls basketball standings
 •  NFL: Browns hire George Kokinis as general manager
 •  Figure skating: No doubt about it, Abbott claims first U.S. title
 •  NBA: Rockets' Yao Ming out with knee injury
 •  Auto racing: Donohue and Porsche stop Ganassi streak
 •  Preps: Supporters gather for indicted Kentucky football coach
 •  CBKB: Clark leads No. 9 Louisville over No. 8 Syracuse 67-57
 •  Figure skating: Flu knocks Weir flat at national championships
 •  Bowling: Page's miscue helps Allen win PBA tournament
 •  CBKB: Seton Hall stuns No. 12 Georgetown 65-60
 •  NFL: Former Steelers TE arrested in Virginia
 •  NBA: Redd has torn ligaments, will miss rest of season
 •  NBA: Grizzlies introduce Hollins as new coach
 •  NHL: All-Star game returns home to Montreal
 •  Preps: Father speaks of Kentucky football player's death
 •  Golf: Matthew wins Brazil Cup tournament by 5 strokes
 •  Promoter dies after accident at Wisconsin monster truck show
 •  NBA: Knicks player's ex-girlfriend killed in Chicago
 •  Luge: Zoeggeler wins men's luge World Cup race
 •  Tennis: Australian Open Monday show court schedules
 •  Tennis: Australian Open Sunday results
 •  Golf: Alvaro Quiros wins Qatar Masters
 •  Skiing: Albrecht still in coma after training crash
 •  Soccer: Beckham scores first goal for Milan
 •  Skiing: Zettel leads Austrian sweep in giant slalom
 •  Sumo: Asashoryu wins title at New Year sumo tourney
 •  Cycling: Allan Davis wins Tour Down Under; Armstrong 29th
 •  CBKB: Stanford falls at home as Obama's brother-in-law gets another standing ovation
 •  6-foot-4 Canseco fights to draw with 5-6 Bonaduce in celebrity boxing
 •  X Games: Shaun White wins snowboard slopestyle
 •  Skiing: Lizeroux wins men's World Cup slalom
 •  UH: Ticket stubs get discounts at Big City Diner

Local News
 •  City plans evacuation routes
 •  Judge to rule on spy case evidence
 •  Out of the dark, into the light
 •  Costs of elderly care in Hawaii put strain on Isles' middle class
 •  Plan would buy airfare to send Hawaii homeless to Mainland
 •  Ferry costs still climbing
 •  Chinatown chows down and cheers Photo gallery Video
 •  Fire complicates new careers in Navy, at Target
 •  Union pioneer George Martin, 84
 •  Obama details $825B stimulus
 •  68% approve of Obama's performance
 •  Diplomacy rises over defense in shaping U.S. foreign policy
 •  Obama's caution suggests strong centrist leadership
 •  Super Bowl will reach troops in remote areas
 •  California marines train on big island
 •  U.S. colleges bringing classes to Iraq
 •  Rom Trader confirmed as new 1st Circuit Court judge
 •  Coast Guard's ferry security tab tops $600,000
 •  Motorcycle fatality on Maui was Kula man
 •  Indiana student fights illness to win Miss America title Video
 •  1 dead, 1 critical after Nanakuli 3-car crash Video
 •  Obituaries
 •  Out of the dark, into the light
 •  Wahiawa native is piper in chief to the presidents

 •  Shooting woes sink 'Bows, 67-51 Photo gallery
 •  Crazy times leading up to big game
 •  Deposits accepted Feb. 4
 •  Mililani girls win OIA title Photo gallery
 •  Kailua girls capture OIA White title, 3-0 Photo gallery
 •  No. 1 'Iolani boys hold on for 41-40 victory
 •  No. 3 Kahuku boys remain undefeated
 •  Te'o narrows college choices to three
 •  New year brings new hope for Tadd
 •  2009 Hawaii Golf Schedule
 •  Bryant cards 7-under 65, leads Mitsubishi by a shot
 •  DeSoto takes Makahiki title
 •  White guides South to Senior Bowl win
 •  Hall of Fame coach Yow dies
 •  James scores 33 to lift Cavs over Jazz, 102-97
 •  Huskies take fight out of Irish, 69-61
 •  Top-ranked UConn routs Cincinnati
 •  Mosley wins WBA title by KO
 •  BYUH pulls away from HPU
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Nash could help cause with wins

Island Life
 •  Bringing sex out of the shag-carpet era
 •  Woebots invade Chinatown, Makiki
 •  How to be happy when the rest of the world isn't
 •  Sunday's movie capsules
 •  'Barney' a new path to fame for child stars
 •  Adoptables
 •  Nude calendar poses intriguing questions
 •  Lit beat
 •  Hawaii's best-sellers
 •  Art calendar
 •  Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean cultures welcome Year of the Ox
 •  From the HIP
 •  Moms team up to reach fitness goals
 •  No TV puts the focus on family
 •  A transfer of power in D.C., and at home
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryouts calendar
 •  Births
 •  Kamakawiwo'ole grandchildren have the 'gift,' too

 •  Pay freezes are becoming useful tool to avoid layoffs
 •  Retailers betting on drastic changes to entice shoppers
 •  Coke has star in Super Bowl ad
 •  Hawaii consumers, businesses still keen on hybrid vehicles
 •  Execs predict an increase in fraud
 •  Hamming it up on long skateboards
 •  Australia's long economic boom collapsing
 •  Oodles of noodles as pasta makes a comeback in recession
 •  We must not squander our biotech expertise
 •  Less demand threatens airline profits
 •  Toyota may sell iQ in America
 •  How to pick a high-definition TV
 •  Energy stocks are ones to watch, fund managers say

 •  Bid to short-circuit rail tax puts jobs, funds at risk
 •  No more torture
 •  In a crisis, all options are on the table
 •  Feedback helps us shape our coverage
 •  U.S. has power to fight global poverty
 •  Clinton issues China challenge
 •  Sunny mood sweeps chilly D.C. as Bush era ends
 •  Whirlwind 3 days for our reporters in D.C.
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Sunday's movie capsules
 •  'Barney' a new path to fame for child stars
 •  TGI Sunday

 •  Let the Zagat be your guide
 •  Wines, hors d'oeuvres and other French treats on tap at fundraiser
 •  Let's go: Vegas
 •  Holoholo
 •  Close to Sydney, spectacular scenery
 •  Keep car rental costs down with these tips
 •  Climber found new adventures as a humanitarian
 •  Free cruises for on-board lectures nice trade for those who can get it
 •  Travel Almanac
 •  Comparing hotels' generous bonus offers
 •  Tower may be back in Vegas mix