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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 3, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Police shoot suspected car thief at KFC in Waikele Shopping Center
 •  Elderly woman in critical condition after being hit by car on King Street Video
 •  Showers in forecast for Oahu, Kauai
 •  Maui Land & Pine to quit pineapple operations, lay off 285
 •  Hawaiiana Hotel operations being phased out this week
 •  Hilo man to serve one-year term on weekends after 14th DUI conviction
 •  High-surf advisory posted for north shores of Niihau, Kauai
 •  Police locate Hilo woman who was reported missing
 •  Cash, safe and 2 puppies stolen in Aiea store break-in
 •  Man critically injured after being hit by car in Aiea
 •  Anahola man sentenced for credit fraud says he didn't know it was wrong
 •  Big Island police seek information on roadside sexual assault
 •  Hawaii teacher furlough talks may occur this week
 •  Kamuela library to be closed for repairs
 •  3 in Hawaii win governor's innovation awards
 •  Hawaii artists displaying original work at REHAB's 'Art from the Heart'
 •  Chaminade holding high school workshops on 'furlough Fridays'
 •  Football odds: Utah State favored over Hawaii
 •  NFL: Seattle cuts ties with Edgerrin James
 •  CFB: Georgia Tech has made rapid rise under ex-UH coach Johnson
 •  Preps: Free SAT/ACT software
 •  NBA: LA Clippers owner agrees to pay $2.73 million
 •  CFB: Scott leaving Colorado football program
 •  NFL: Bucs sign kicker Connor Barth
 •  CBKB: Gophers suspend White, Bostick for breaking rules
 •  CFB: Pike’s arm healing, gets splint for practice
 •  NBA: Cavs’ West faces more weapons charges in Maryland
 •  CFB: Georgia’s Ealey says Florida's eye-gouging Spikes shouldn’t be suspended
 •  CFB: Etheridge: After neck injury, walking “a miracle”
 •  NFL: Redskins’ Snyder says team has ’let everyone down’
 •  MLB: Mom of Yankees’ Chamberlain faces prison for drugs
 •  Waxman: Court decision threaten progress on steroids
 •  Sportscaster Nantz must pay ex-wife $916,000 a year
 •  NFL: Browns' Mangini won't discuss GM's departure
 •  CBKB: UConn's Moore leads AP preseason All-America team
 •  MLB: Blue Jays' Wells to have wrist surgery
 •  NFL: Bills CB McGee has minor knee surgery
 •  Olympics: Queen visits London 2012 Olympic Park site
 •  Horse racing: Shocking wins Melbourne Cup
 •  NHL: Capitals' Alex Ovechkin could be sidelined 2 weeks
 •  World Series: Teixeira needs to make up and give A-Rod some help
 •  NBA: Spurs’ Ginobili has rabies shot after catching bat
 •  World Series: Yanks again turn to Pettitte to clinch series
 •  World Series: Phillies' Hamels clarifies remarks that cause a stir
 •  NFL: After 40-17 loss to Eagles, Giants hope they've hit rock bottom
 •  NFL: Romo’s steady side helps Cowboys surge in NFC East
 •  Preps: Fall state champions
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH football: Lower Halawa lot opens 11:30 a.m. Saturday
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH football: Chevron Family Fun Zone free at Warrior home games
 •  UH football: Bus service offered for Warrior games
 •  UH football games on big screen at Ko'olau, Maui theaters
 •  UH offers group discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  Oahu home, condo sales rise in October, but prices fall
 •  Clooney in talks to star in Isle film
 •  GiRL FeST to showcase mural
 •  Local girl is a 'Comeback Kid'
 •  Education Day at The Contemporary Museum
 •  REHAB Hospital showing patient art tomorrow
 •  ‘Precious,’ ‘Barbarian Princess’ top HIFF audience awards

Local News
 •  Killer gets second life term
 •  Property tax bills go before panel
 •  March to honor slain Maui wife
 •  95 Hawaii schools ask for more class days
 •  Symphony may face bankruptcy
 •  Power use reflects muggy days
 •  Young free-diver's death spurs new push for safety
 •  It’s tough being Coach Mack
 •  Primary election date may change
 •  Mechanic killed at Iwilei business
 •  2 bills facing doom during councilwoman's honeymoon
 •  Maui's Halloween focus turns north to Päia town
 •  The Garden Island paper names new publisher/editor
 •  Community calendar
 •  'Art from the Heart' sale benefits arts program
 •  Driver reports carjacking at gunpoint by 2 men Sunday
 •  Lions Club will celebrate Veterans Day with parade
 •  Send in orders for annual Thanksgiving imu benefit
 •  Tour will explain history, archaeology of Kawai Nui
 •  At Liholiho Elementary, Friday’s still for learning Photo gallery Video
 •  Animal shelter, state settle case
 •  Woman gets year for swindling state
 •  Obituaries

 •  Hawaii's Ornellas had bases covered
 •  'Bows' Williams, Lay eager to make debut
 •  'Xcel-lent' ride for Gaskell Video
 •  No. 3 'Bows spike Spartans
 •  Hawaii's Ornellas had bases covered
 •  Akana fueled the 'Drive for Five'
 •  Eldredge service Sunday at Punahou
 •  Prep notices
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Football
 •  Volleyball
 •  Games on TV
 •  HPU women picked third; BYUH fourth
 •  Browns GM Kokinis no longer with organization
 •  Unbeaten Saints march past Falcons
 •  Irish star named to AP team
 •  Celtics, Rondo agree to $55M extension
 •  Phillies stave off elimination, 8-6 Photo gallery
 •  Victorino survives scare; Phillies stay alive in Series
 •  PGA Tour issues first ban for drugs
 •  Bourne earns soccer honor
 •  On the Air
 •  Moniz on right track through four starts

Island Life
 •  Dealing with stress
 •  Music offers invaluable life lessons
 •  Book examines 'America's house'
 •  Dogs funnier than cats, videos suggest
 •  Seacrest fan faces stalking charge
 •  Tell us about your holiday display
 •  Isle malls cater to traditional gamers

 •  Hawaiian Electric profit drops 10.2%
 •  Rate of filings slowed in October
 •  BBB issues warning on fake flu remedies
 •  Honolulu Medical Group seeks bankruptcy
 •  Volatility the norm again on Wall Street
 •  Ford still fragile despite $1 billion profit
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Honolulu Building Permits
 •  Big Isle airport to get new control tower
 •  Taxpayers could lose billions in auto bailouts

 •  Leaders must set priorities in budget plan
 •  Traffic forecast for North Shore unbelievable
 •  Obama must be principled yet flexible
 •  Furloughs