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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 13, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Coast Guard continues search for missing fisherman
 •  University Avenue closed due to critical crash
 •  Honolulu Police Commission hopes to have decision on chief by Wednesday
 •  Kamehameha teacher, accused of sexual misconduct in 1992, resigns
 •  Momilani, Royal and Ewa Beach elementary named Blue Ribbon Schools
 •  Judge denies layoff injunction sought by Kulani workers
 •  Brown water advisory issued for Kauai
 •  Heavy but isolated rains cause some flooding in Islands Video
 •  Moanalua Middle School students first to get swine flu vaccinations at school Video
 •  Makapuu closed to swimmers, surfers
 •  Fire extinguished at Maui recycling facility
 •  Hawaii governor returns from China
 •  Pentagon urged to keep Guam better informed on Marine transfer
 •  Hawaii County looking to cut payroll
 •  Man arrested in Waikiki threatening case
 •  Police investigating Whitmore Village robbery
 •  Tourist reports knife-point robbery at Waikiki hotel
 •  GM warranty service on Big Island ends today
 •  Ruling on Maui councilman's residency appealed
 •  Man's body found near Kalanimoku Building
 •  Man in Waianae taken to hospital with apparent stab wounds
 •  Kauai to end subsidy of online payment user fees
 •  Heavy sea swells postpone Maui barge arrivals
 •  Coast Guard tows stalled fishing boat off Kaneohe
 •  Bierman takes command of 3rd Marines
 •  Windward Choral Society plans Dec. 12 event
 •  Rainbow Warriors stop Southern Utah in basketball opener, 65-48
 •  Amemiya to step down as HHSAA executive director
 •  UH men's basketball team signs guard from California high school
 •  Reef Hawaiian Pro men's surfing contest postponed
 •  June Jones-led SMU on the verge of first bowl game in 25 years
 •  Soccer: Galaxy headed to MLS Cup after 2-0 win over Dynamo
 •  Free lacrosse clinic Sunday at Kapiolani Park
 •  NFL: Ochocinco says he was fined $20,000 for $1 'bribe'
 •  NFL: Bad week for Cutler; 5 picks one day, $20,000 fine the next
 •  CFB: La. Tech plays another top 10 foe at No. 9 LSU
 •  CFB: Navy aiming to avoid a letdown against Delaware
 •  NBA: Nelson vows to stick it out with ’difficult’ team
 •  MLB: Rockies decline $5 million option on Betancourt
 •  MLB: Brewers decline $6.5 million option on Looper
 •  CFB: Tebow closes an SEC chapter with Spurrier
 •  Boxing: Pacquiao’s task is to concentrate on fight
 •  Tennis: Nadal sets up semifinal against Djokovic in Paris
 •  UH football: Turnstiles open 3:30 p.m. for New Mexico State game
 •  NBA: Deron Williams excused from Jazz for personal matter
 •  NBA: LeBron wants to switch numbers as Jordan tribute
 •  NFL: Mangini says he's not overworking Browns
 •  Track and field: South African runner Semenya not comfortable with fame
 •  CAS dismisses Russian biathletes’ doping appeals
 •  World Series of Poker commissioner leaving post
 •  NFL: Cutler throws away Bears’ chances to win with another dreadful night on road
 •  CFB: Stanford’s Toby Gerhart can show USC what it missed
 •  NBA: Lakers block out the Suns even without Pau Gasol
 •  NFL: Bears Cutler was Santa Claus of interceptions
 •  CFB: The buzz, predictions of upcoming games
 •  CFB: Breaking down conference races, BCS implications
 •  Football odds: UH favored by 20 over New Mexico State
 •  CFB: USC burdened by third-down misses
 •  This weekend's football games on TV
 •  UH football: UH season-ticket holders get 50 percent off discount
 •  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 sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  Judge clears Hawaiian Telcom to emerge from bankruptcy next year
 •  Cease-and-desist order issued against Maui loan company
 •  Bishop Museum adds ‘Galileo’ show
 •  KIPO again to host 'Turkey Confidential'
 •  Book sale set for Makiki Community Library
 •  Diabetes walk, film slated for tomorrow
 •  Public housing still needs a state advocate

Local News
 •  Isles’ homeless numbers rise
 •  Rain drenches parts of Big Isle, Maui
 •  Poor tracking of flu vaccine raises concerns
 •  U.S. education chief chides Hawaii for school furloughs
 •  Hawaii state worker layoffs cut back to 650 instead of 1,100
 •  Public hearing today on selection of new Honolulu police chief
 •  WWII 'Samurai subs' found Photo gallery
 •  High surf sweeps Isles' beaches Photo gallery Video
 •  State health officials pan flu shot ad
 •  Driver charged 9th time with DUI
 •  Kauai to start charging fees for online bill payments
 •  Bierman takes command of 3rd Marine Regiment
 •  Coast Guard tows in boat after engine stalls offshore
 •  Propane-like mystery odor sends 7 people to a hospital
 •  Windward Choral Society plans holiday event Dec. 12
 •  Woman, 26, suspected of making threats with gun
 •  Tyson may face jail time in airport fight Photo gallery
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Fair aims to revive love of reading

 •  Pilares tries to catch on to new position
 •  Rainbow Warriors tip off tonight
 •  'Bows sweep past Boise in volleyball
 •  Rainbow Wahine focusing on defense
 •  Pilares tries to catch on to new position
 •  Wie tied for 10th place
 •  Pacquiao is a clear-cut favorite
 •  Junk, Kimbo more than ready to fight if Mitrione is unable
 •  Surfers thankful for small blessings
 •  49ers stop Bears at the pass, 10-6
 •  Concussion didn't stop Cards' Morey
 •  No. 23 South Florida falls
 •  Wade brings out best in Cavs' James
 •  Hornets sack Scott; Bower is new coach
 •  No. 16 Buckeyes roll, 72-44
 •  Braves give Hudson a $28M, 3-year deal
 •  Lee, Lowe capture racquetball crowns
 •  Tired Murray ousted from Paris Masters
 •  HPU sweeps BYUH
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  High pay doesn't always pay off

Island Life
 •  The art of holiday gift-giving
 •  Beauty art and expert advice at Nordstrom
 •  New dramas 'Smile,' 'Queen Seon Duk' start
 •  Raiatea Helm back in the bonbon box
 •  Catch Loggins & Messina sittin' in together
 •  'Glee' soundtrack a reprise for show's fans
 •  Bravura performance scores in 'Damned United'
 •  Screening room
 •  'Warfare' looks spectacular, but story's weak
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events

 •  State to spend $448K on World Expo booth
 •  Rise in profitability boosts Cyanotech shares
 •  Fed limits debit, ATM overdraft fees
 •  Travelers cut costs for holiday trips
 •  Air freight just got cheaper for farmers
 •  Fewer people claiming first-time jobless benefits

 •  Dysfunction puts Hawaii in Hall of Shame
 •  One more knot in Afghan plan
 •  Abortion debate rises in reform bill
 •  Medicalizing mass murder
 •  Berlin Wall

 •  Jack's back
 •  Beauty art and expert advice at Nordstrom
 •  Fans in tune with latest furlough Fridays song Audio
 •  New dramas 'Smile,' 'Queen Seon Duk' start
 •  Bravura performance scores in 'Damned United'
 •  Screening room
 •  Raiatea Helm back in the bonbon box
 •  Catch Loggins & Messina sittin' in together
 •  'Glee' soundtrack a reprise for show's fans
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  'Warfare' looks spectacular, but story's weak
 •  Symphony's money troubles come to a head
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events