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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 17, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Boil-water advisory lifted for Hanalei, Kapaa
 •  UH student pepper-sprayed, robbed of phone
 •  Molokai group to hold blessing for monk seal
 •  Mayor signs pact with 12 unions on rail project
 •  Driver accused of killing motorcyclist in Waipahu balks at entering guilty plea
 •  Hawaii students support governor's plan to end furloughs
 •  Medicaid generosity could cost Hawaii
 •  Memorial service at Kaneohe Bay honors 10 'Island Warriors'
 •  AIG Hawaii to become Farmers Insurance in January
 •  Sailboat aground off Waikiki may be removed tomorrow
 •  China to participate in giant Hawaii telescope
 •  Scuba diver dies off Big Island
 •  Traffic advisory issued for Jehovah Witnesses’ Hawaii convention
 •  Hawaii Sens. Inouye, Akaka to host celebration of Saint Damien in U.S. Capitol
 •  Woman critically injured in Waialua car wreck
 •  Waianae collision leads to arrest of woman, girl
 •  Woman accused of throwing bicycle in Nuuanu Stream
 •  TV anchor Stacy Loe leaving Hawaii News Now
 •  No Hawaii tsunami threat after 6.5 earthquake reported in Queen Charlotte Islands
 •  King Kalakaua's birth celebrated
 •  Hale Koa Hotel ordered to pay attorney fees in discrimination case
 •  KGMB9 veteran Stacy Loe to leave broadcast news
 •  UH rally falls short, loses 81-75 to Northern Colorado Video
 •  UH Rainbow Wahine, coach Takahara-Dias win opener
 •  UH-Wisconsin football game will kickoff 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5
 •  Jerry Glanville resigns as Portland State coach
 •  UH football: Military to get ticket discount to Navy game Nov. 28
 •  Football odds: UH favored over San Jose State by 3
 •  MLB: Greinke wins American League Cy Young Award
 •  NBA: Magic’s Jameer Nelson to have surgery on left knee, out 4-6 weeks
 •  CBKB: Pitt’s Dixon is USA Basketball coach of year
 •  NFL: Fewell picked to replace Jauron as Bills coach
 •  NFL: RB Johnson agrees to terms with Bengals
 •  Cycling: Italian athlete loses Olympic silver for doping
 •  Tennis: Injured Roddick pulls out of season-ending event
 •  MLB: Sandy Alomar Jr. hired by Indians
 •  NFL: Ravens cut struggling kicker Steve Hauschka
 •  NFL: Eagles Westbrook to visit concussion specialists
 •  NFL: Browns coach sorry about last-second injury
 •  NFL: Pennington not sure whether he’ll play again
 •  NFL: Browns’ Cribbs out of hospital
 •  NFL: Chiefs WR Bowe suspended for drug violation
 •  CFB: Kansas investigating football coach incident
 •  NFL: Vikings coach Childress calls league over roughing call against Edwards
 •  NFL: Westbrook faces decision after 2nd concussion in 3 weeks
 •  NFL: Bad news Browns are a lost cause
 •  MLB: Japan’s Takahashi eyes major leagues
 •  Soccer: Ronaldo passes ankle tests, to return soon
 •  CBKB: St. Mary’s rolls past San Diego State 80-58
 •  Golf: Watson's run brings change to British Open
 •  Soccer: FIFA warns Iraq to stop meddling in soccer
 •  MLB: Greinke favored to edge Hernandez for AL Cy Young
 •  On this date: 1990 — David Klingler of Houston throws an NCAA-record 11 TD passes
 •  FHB Foundation gives $10K for Camp Mokuleia lodge renovation
 •  Kauai rated Hawaii's best island in poll of Travel + Leisure readers
 •  Las Vegas investor seeks board seat at ML Macadamia Orchards
 •  Economy to stabilize next year, state forecasters say
 •  Loco Boutique to open store in Pacific Beach Hotel
 •  Hawaii no longer nation's healthiest state, according to report
 •  Costco will stop selling Coke products
 •  Book launch for Cruz's 'In the Company of Strangers' tonight
 •  Elton John to perform at Blaisdell Arena in January

Local News
 •  Rail tax revenue down 30%
 •  Students treated after flu vaccine
 •  Mistrial in Ka'ena Point murder case
 •  Teacher furlough fix may require change in law Video
 •  Honolulu council urges delay in selecting police chief
 •  Hawaii's tourism slump has industry looking to China
 •  Hurricane season may leave Isles unscathed
 •  Navy ends work at site of Port Royal grounding
 •  Pregnant woman, 37, held after massive drug seizure
 •  Elementary school classes resume today, official says
 •  Police searching for suspects in armed robbery
 •  Woman critically injured in Kaukonahua Road accident
 •  Unusually large waves are pounding eastern shores
 •  Community calendar
 •  Police investigate report of robbery by group of teens
 •  $21.5M contract for Army's Fort Shafter HQ awarded
 •  Sailboat runs aground 100 yards off Waikíkí
 •  Marathon sign-ups up slightly so far
 •  U.S. senators question TV mergers here, nationwide
 •  KITV extends 10 p.m. news 1 hour
 •  Obituaries
 •  What changed Lingle's mind?

 •  'Bows finish off Utah St. in four
 •  New era tips off today on road
 •  SJSU's Tomey plans Hawaii retirement
 •  Warriors' Salas expects to play Photo gallery Video
 •  Lahainaluna has many options against 'Aiea Video
 •  State football tournaments
 •  Cheerleading
 •  Castle-Leilehua tourney set
 •  Victory doesn't quell expectations for Wie
 •  Ravens down Browns, 16-0
 •  Obscene gesture costs Titans owner $250,000
 •  Warriors, Bobcats make deal
 •  Kentucky's Wall hits game-winner
 •  Vulcans 'back to business'
 •  Coghlan, Bailey are MLB's top rookies
 •  UH's Flemings selected as WAC player of week
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Not even Tomey could rally Spartans

Island Life
 •  New moon rises Video
 •  Teach a child duties early on
 •  Who should see 'Moon'
 •  Palin calls Johnston's path heartbreaking Photo gallery

 •  HMSA's quarterly loss hits $23 million
 •  Kaiser reports profit of $100,000
 •  Kaka'ako master plan moves forward
 •  Trump hotel-condo opens Photo gallery
 •  Market still on upswing
 •  Colorado investor increases his share of ML Macadamia to 38.4%
 •  First Hawaiian names new president

 •  APEC gives Isles a stellar chance to shine
 •  Improving our public schools
 •  H1N1 reveals limits of strained system
 •  Schools, economy