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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 5, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Army says shooting suspect is alive
 •  Fort Hood suspect raised concerns in past
 •  Suspect identified as Army major, mental-health professional
 •  Bio of Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan
 •  Senator says suspected shooter was set to deploy
 •  Shooting leaves 12 dead, 31 wounded
 •  Schofield didn't raise security threat level
 •  Garrison-Hawaii offers condolences
 •  Defense Secretary vows to help Fort Hood get through tragedy
 •  Army Secretary expresses condolences
 •  Obama laments ‘horrific outburst of violence’ Video
 •  Panel selects 6 finalists for Honolulu police chief
 •  Theft suspect shot by police is charged
 •  Hawaii allocated 146,500 doses of H1N1 vaccine; 90,000 going to schools
 •  Repair work on Ala Wai main break could continue into tomorrow Video
 •  Missing Hilo girl found safe
 •  Two Honolulu motorcycle officers injured in collision
 •  Bill extending unemployment benefits to help 47,000 in Hawaii
 •  Man found guilty of arson for setting ex-girlfriend ablaze
 •  $3M released for Hawaii hospital upgrades
 •  Fed money to fund cleaner diesel vehicles effort in Hawaii
 •  Goat, four sheep killed by dogs in attack at Maui refuge
 •  Man’s body found at Haleiwa beach
 •  Girl, 15, reports sexual assault in Ewa
 •  Woman arrested to trying to cash stolen check
 •  Manapua vendor robbed in Waianae
 •  WAC suspends Hawaii-based football official for missing call on replay
 •  Former Hawaii Air Ambulance nurse alleges harassment
 •  Fire that destroyed home in Kaneohe ruled accidental
 •  Maui man gets prison time for arrest on day after his release from jail
 •  UH researchers find new moth species in Papahanaumokuakea
 •  Hilo girl, 15, missing since Sunday
 •  Man reports being robbed in Kaneohe
 •  Thoughts, condolences for the dead, wounded and their families
 •  Rainbow Warriors beat BYUH in basketball exhibition, 83-69
 •  This weekend's football games on TV
 •  UH football: Turnstile gates to open later, at 3:30 for 5 p.m. game
 •  Poker: World Series of Poker final table players glance
 •  Some UC Berkeley faculty criticize sports subsidy
 •  MLB: Giants' Lincecum cited for marijuana possession
 •  CFB: No. 22 Hokies beat East Carolina, 16-3
 •  Poker: Last 9 prep for World Series of Poker final table
 •  MLB: Matsui bat, Damon spikes headed to Hall of Fame
 •  NFL: Spagnuolo sticking with Bulger at QB
 •  MLB: Diamondbacks decline Chad Tracy’s $7 million option
 •  NFL: National Organization for Women calls for Raiders' Cable to be suspended
 •  CFB: Slumping Colorado State reassigns offensive coordinator
 •  MLB: Kotsay stays with White Sox for $1.5 million
 •  Tennis: Belgian panel suspends Wickmayer for 1 year
 •  South Africa track chief suspended in Semenya gender case
 •  MLB: Angels re-sign Abreu to 2-year deal
 •  Obituary: Boxing Hall of Famer Lou Filippo dies at 83
 •  Montana student may not get $10,000 prize for field goal
 •  NBA: Kings F Nocioni arrested on suspicion of DUI
 •  MLB: Court denies McCourt's bid to get Dodgers job back
 •  NFL: Woman drops lawsuit against Lions WR Northcutt
 •  Track and field: South Africa track chief suspended
 •  Tennis: Without Williams sisters, U.S. faces Fed Cup test
 •  NFL predictions: Proving time for Bengals, Ravens
 •  NBA: No penalties for Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo
 •  NFL: It’s a second-chance saloon for QBs Alex Smith and Vince Young
 •  NBA: Lakers win in OT again but lose another big man as Bynum sprains elbow
 •  World Series: Yankees no surprise from the best money can buy
 •  Horses: Europeans no longer under radar at Breeders’ Cup
 •  Horses: Capt. Candyman Can carries on for dead owner
 •  NFL: With Cooley out, Redskins TE Davis gets his chance
 •  World Series: Pedro labored through four innings in what may be his last game
 •  CFB predictions: LSU could upset SEC’s potential showdown
 •  Preps: Free SAT/ACT software
 •  Football odds: Utah State favored over Hawaii
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to football, volleyball
 •  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
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1977 — BYU's Marc Wilson sets an NCAA record with 571 passing yards
 •  Jack in the Box offers free coffee with any purchase
 •  Oahu woman indicted for tax violations
 •  Hawaii AARP endorses House version of health care bill
 •  Economist expects Hawaii economy to stabilize next year
 •  IRS looking for Hawaii residents owed $680K in tax refunds
 •  UH project seeking Hawaii-born ‘Nisei’
 •  Top Hawaii graphic designs showcased
 •  Honolulu infant featured in Babytalk
 •  Senior fair to spotlight 'Zumba' fitness
 •  Honolulu Symphony canceling weekend performance, unsure of week after
 •  Maunalua Bay needs tighter restrictions

Local News
 •  Paddleboard lanes in works
 •  Expect changes in court schedules
 •  Nakakuni sworn in as U.S. attorney Photo gallery Video
 •  Patience urged for Hawaii's flu vaccine
 •  Kaiser Permanente Hawaii seeks rate hikes averaging 10.7%
 •  Hawaii took too long to award leases to Native Hawaiians, court rules Video
 •  Man dies in police custody
 •  Concert to benefit Sämoas, Philippines
 •  Judges will continue working, Moon says
 •  Waikele suspect charged before
 •  8 new moth species found
 •  Learning how to save lives Photo gallery
 •  Police seek information on missing 15-year-old Hilo girl
 •  More students may face arrest
 •  Woman may face 5 years in prison on drug charge
 •  Budget committee delays tax-credit bill discussion
 •  UH moving psychology school to off-campus site
 •  Governor releases $75M for public school projects
 •  79-year-old woman dies of injuries after hit by car
 •  Man arrested after woman reports cane-knife threat
 •  5% pay cut for teachers gets tepid response
 •  Results raise confidence of GOP in Isles
 •  Work kicks off on new, $13.3M bridge
 •  Obituaries
 •  Concert to benefit Sämoas, Philippines

 •  Explosive talent gives her jump on competition Video
 •  Island pride on line in UH vs. BYUH
 •  Rainbow Wahine edge HPU in OT Photo gallery
 •  Warriors block out criticism of Kia Video
 •  UH's Punzal named All-WAC first team
 •  OIA football titles to be settled this week
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Governor's Cup offers Sony shot
 •  UC Davis, SDSU prevail
 •  Junior Cup set to tee off
 •  Holes in One
 •  Swing change showing progress
 •  No. 8 Iowa getting no respect
 •  Eagles' Westbrook ready to run again
 •  Magic cool off Suns with first loss, 122-100
 •  Yankees capture 27th Series title
 •  Yankees' Matsui is MVP pick
 •  Toyota leaves Formula One
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Winning won't count, but losing will

Island Life
 •  Ending obesity Video
 •  Clutter benign — until confronted
 •  Health calendar
 •  Chefs will battle at White House garden
 •  Clutter benign — until confronted
 •  Some vitamins may be harmful
 •  Hawaii Girls Court mural on exhibit
 •  Guacamole, salsa cups make great snacks

 •  Hawaii hospitals in red for 9th year
 •  Isle fish farm ready to expand
 •  Local growers tout holiday gifts
 •  J.P. Morgan settles Alabama bond case
 •  Kahaluu Aloha sells ethanol-free gas
 •  Fed says it will keep key rate at record low
 •  Local growers tout holiday gifts

 •  Innovation to be key in nonprofit success
 •  Include hospice care in health care reform
 •  U.S. can succeed in Afghanistan
 •  Public schools