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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 9, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Judge denies injunctions seeking halt to 'furlough Fridays' in schools
 •  Hawaii under flash flood watch
 •  10-year-old girl dies after fall at Makiki apartment building Video
 •  Senators urging governor to use $35M in stimulus money to cover furloughs
 •  Hawaii’s tax revenue down 11 percent for first four months of fiscal year
 •  Culinarians honored with scholarship funds
 •  Hawaii sought for more missile-defense work
 •  Meeting set on proposed Koloa connector road
 •  FBI to hand out child ID kits at UH game
 •  Runoff to decide U.S. commonwealth governor
 •  Boy, 16, reports being stabbed by man at Kalihi park
 •  Man, 25, accused of sexually assaulting 14-year-old girlfriend
 •  Median price for single-family home on Maui down 4.4 percent
 •  Man stabbed during Waikiki robbery
 •  Cause of Pearl City house fire undetermined
 •  Aiona orders flags at half-staff in honor of Fort Hood incident
 •  3-year-old reports alleged sexual abuse
 •  NFL: Carter fills in for Clark, sparks Steelers over Broncos, 28-10
 •  UH men's volleyball to play BYU on Maui
 •  CFB: Pac-10 reinstates Oregon’s Blount
 •  Rainbow Wahine remain at No. 3 in AVCA poll
 •  Rhode Island league investigates game-ending brawl in women's soccer match
 •  UH's Leon Wright-Jackson is WAC offensive player of week
 •  UH Hilo at No. 17 in volleyball poll
 •  NFL: Bengals WR Henry has surgery on broken arm
 •  Joey Chestnut wins meatball-eating competition in Vegas
 •  CFB: Wisconsin WR Moore suspended indefinitely
 •  NFL: Chiefs release RB Larry Johnson
 •  UH football: UH season-ticket holders get 50 percent off discount
 •  NFL: 49ers must regroup in a hurry
 •  Triple Crown of Surfing to offer $1 million in prize money
 •  NFL: Bears DT Harris apologizes
 •  CFB: Winless Western Kentucky fires Elson
 •  CFB: Memphis fires West, coach will finish the season
 •  NFL: Redskins injuries: 2 players out, Portis doubtful
 •  NFL: League looking into Redskins-Falcons scuffle
 •  NFL: Panthers LB Davis out for season with torn ACL
 •  NBA: Wizards G James out 4-5 weeks with hand injury
 •  NFL: Ex-NY Giant star Lawrence Taylor arrested in Fla. crash
 •  NFL: Buccaneer Piscitelli’s home burglarized during game
 •  Skating: Cohen bows out of Skate America with tendinitis
 •  State football championships schedule
 •  Olympics: Tokyo governor wants to bid for 2020 Games
 •  CFB: Loss puts Notre Dame's Weiss in job spotlight again
 •  NFL: Giants hit bye week on the skids
 •  NFL: Singletary’s vow to stay positive will be put to the test
 •  NBA: Portland has become RIP City for Timberwolves
 •  NFL: Everything seemed to go right in Romo’s world with big win
 •  NBA: Hornets have lottery look
 •  UH football: Free buses available for students
 •  UH offers group discounts to football
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to selected football games
 •  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 football: Parking information for New Mexico State game
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  Hawaiian Airlines dispatchers OK new contract
 •  ML Macadamia Nut posts $42K loss in third quarter
 •  Hawaiian Airlines repeats as nation's most punctual carrier
 •  HVCA to recognize entrepreneur of the year
 •  Aloha Air Cargo gives freight discount to local farmers
 •  Alaska Airlines launches California-Hawaii service
 •  Ornaments mark 25th Honolulu City Lights
 •  Retrospective on Shaka Santa and the Snow Family opens
 •  Chamber Music Hawaii offering discount for symphony ticket holders
 •  Lululemon hosts natural medicine presentation Thursday
 •  Contract impasse puts UH future in peril

Local News
 •  Landlord retaliating, say elderly tenants
 •  Efforts to save reefs backed
 •  Isle man's case shows ciguatera's risk
 •  UH in crisis over deficit
 •  New mission to help those who served Video
 •  Lawsuits could spur sweeping change
 •  Police commissioner Waterhouse
 •  Mr. Pineapple in a fix over shutdown
 •  Police investigate suspected sexual assault of 3-year-old
 •  Morning fire at townhome causes $53,000 in damages
 •  Tonight is final hearing on proposed higher park fees
 •  Isle flags to fly at half-staff to honor victims of massacre
 •  Insurer promotes fitness game Photo gallery Video
 •  Early-morning stabbing victim in serious condition
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH routs Utah St. on Senior Night Photo gallery Video
 •  UH puts to rest doubts of running
 •  Cowboys clip Eagles Photo gallery
 •  UH puts to rest doubts of running
 •  Mickelson survives Els' final-day surge
 •  Nevada runs it up, 62-7
 •  Saints stay unbeaten Photo gallery
 •  Johnson, Young lift Titans, 34-27 Photo gallery
 •  Redskins' Portis suffers head injury
 •  Bengals ride quick start to top Ravens Photo gallery
 •  Patriots vs. Dolphins
 •  Colts vs. Texans
 •  Falcons vs. Redskins
 •  Jaguars vs. Chiefs
 •  Cardinals vs. Bears
 •  Bucs vs. Packers
 •  Chargers vs. Giants
 •  Seahawks vs. Lions
 •  NFL Standings
 •  Lakers limp by Hornets
 •  Cada, Moon reach final table in Vegas
 •  Ching's goal lifts Dynamo
 •  Japan rallies past Hawai 'i to claim Junior Cup title
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Giving a shout out for each UH win

Island Life
 •  Model home of efficiency
 •  Surfriders to honor 5 at annual event
 •  'Dancing' raises profile of ex-Islander
 •  Chu crowned Miss Hawaii Teen USA
 •  For the environment

 •  Hotel occupancy up in September
 •  Speak employer's language to snag that raise
 •  McDonald's plans faster food
 •  Feed mill aims to bring local flavor to Isle farms Video
 •  Windows 7 sales race past Vista's by 234%
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Oahu Real Estate Transactions
 •  Philly transit strike over, governor says
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Partnerships, not agency, can yield homes
 •  Obama's made solid start on agenda
 •  Time to reign in Wall Street power players
 •  A culture clash
 •  Meeting sites