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Articles for October 1, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Military searches for bodies, brings aid to Samoas
 •  Honolulu mayor asks for donations to relief funds
 •  KPT opens computer access for news from Samoa
 •  Aloha Medical Mission sending supplies to Philippines, American Samoa
 •  Samoan community in Hilo mourns, plans prayer service
 •  Red Cross leadership team heading to American Samoa
 •  Central Pacific Bank accepting donations for Philippine disaster relief fund drive
 •  Second man dies in single-car crash on Maui
 •  Weather service warns of dangerous Hawaii brushfire conditions
 •  First responders will get Hawaii's initial doses of swine flu vaccine
 •  State lowers speed limit from 50 mph to 40 mph for Kauai's 'Blood Alley'
 •  7 on Kauai arrested for selling alcohol to minors
 •  Campbell Industrial Park hazardous materials sirens to be tested today at 11:45 a.m.
 •  Maui Electric Co. seeks 9.7% rate hike for 2010
 •  Three-vehicle crash on H-1 causes early-morning gridlock
 •  Ed Kubo among Hawaii nominees to fill vacancy on First Circuit Court
 •  Rainbow Wahine volleyball team sweeps Louisiana Tech
 •  This weekend's football games on TV
 •  Olympics: Chicago still favored, with Rio next for 2016 Games
 •  MLB: Rockies clinch playoff spot, NL West within reach
 •  NFL: Giants S Kenny Phillips has knee surgery, out for the year
 •  NBA: Kobeís jersey still No. 1 in sales in Europe
 •  NBA: With refs locked out, league confident in 62 backups
 •  Olympics: 3 reasons why each 2016 bid can win or lose
 •  CFB AP predictions: Miami, Cal look to rebound in big games
 •  NFL: Raidersí Walker perplexed by inactivity
 •  NFL: Capsules for this weekend's games: Jets going down
 •  NBA: OíNeal reports to Cavs looking, feeling great
 •  MLB: Lincecum wins final 2009 start
 •  NFL: Bills place CB McKelvin on IR; activate RB Lynch
 •  NFL: Jones: Cowboys RB Barber should play in Denver
 •  CFB: Bradford wonít start against Miami
 •  MLB: Randy Johnson will take his time deciding on future
 •  MLB: Molina would like to stay with Giants
 •  NFL: TV ratings off to strong start
 •  CFB: After 100+ years, a first: homecoming at Harvard
 •  NFL: Favre on injury report for first time this year
 •  NBA: West returns to Cavaliers after missing camp
 •  MLB: Mets cutting season ticket prices 10-20 percent
 •  NFL: Vikings announce deal with Mall of America
 •  NFL: Nike says no 'contractual relationship' with Vick
 •  CBKB: Basketball player born without a left hand gets his chance
 •  Track and field: South Africa loses sponsor over Semenya case
 •  CFB: Appeals court: NCAA must open records in FSU case
 •  Tennis: Sharapova moves into semis at Pan Pacific Open
 •  NFL: Panthers sign veteran DT Thomas, release Harris
 •  Golf: State Farm continues sponsorship of LPGA event in Illinois
 •  NFL: Raidersí McFadden has ball-control issues
 •  NFL: With Gore out, 49ers turn to Mr. Coffee
 •  NFL: Third Choice might be first Choice for Cowboys
 •  CFB: USCís Barkley faring better after injury; Mustain might be No. 2 at QB
 •  WNBA: Angel McCoughtry wins rookie of the year
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  ILH volleyball standings
 •  OIA volleyball standings
 •  Tennis: Murray pulls out of Japan Open with wrist injury
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1903 ó Pittsburgh Pirates beat Boston Pilgrims in first World Series game
 •  Hawaii lenders start making loans under special SBA program
 •  Hilo Hattie to emerge from bankruptcy Sunday
 •  Walgreen to open first full-service Maui store on Sunday
 •  'Boom Boom Brown!' event celebrates Filipino-American youth on Oct. 17
 •  Menís March Against Violence planned on Oct. 15
 •  New book benefits Lokahi for Aloha Fund for former Aloha Airlines employees
 •  Merrie Monarch telecast moves to KFVE in 2010
 •  Disaster relief: Good neighbors reach out in times of crisis

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Local News
 •  Deadly Afghan battle probed
 •  Hanabusa enters race for Congress
 •  No lifeguards on duty at Fort DeRussy Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii Supreme Court disputes laser gun test in speeding case
 •  Hawaii tax-counting blunder means budget short by $44M
 •  Honolulu rail funding shortfall shrinks in cityís latest estimate
 •  Bring back the love for guava
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Tons of fishing debris hauled in Photo gallery Video
BIG ISLAND
 •  Big Isle sees trash as revenue source
 •  Man guilty of molesting 5 girls given 25 years in prison
MAUI
 •  Police detective recognized for work solving burglaries
KAUA'I
 •  Kauai charter commission mulls 4-year council terms
 •  Princeville Resort unveils new brand, restyled look
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Documentary analyzes occupation of Hawaii
 •  Girl says she was kidnapped and forced into prostitution
 •  Surfer hospitalized after being pulled from water
 •  Kubo among candidates for circuit court
 •  Woman sees man with her purse, chases him down
 •  Community calendar
OTHER NEWS
 •  Huge wave came 'like a monster' Photo gallery Video
 •  Samoans in Hawaii together in their grief Video
 •  Hawaii rallies to aid disaster victims in Samoa, Philippines
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Bring back the love for guava

Sports
 •  Bulldogs rush for 352 yards, knock Alexander out of game Photo gallery
 •  UH faces first road test of year
 •  Mother has left lasting impression on kayaker Photo gallery Video
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Bulldogs rush for 352 yards, knock Alexander out of game Photo gallery
 •  Beefed-up line helps Porter break through
 •  Despite false start, UH's Pollard catches on in end
 •  WAC standings
 •  Statistics
 •  How they scored
 •  Stars of the game
 •  Warrior schedule
 •  Next up for the Warriors
UH WOMEN'S SOCCER
 •  Rainbow Wahine kick off WAC
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Mother has left lasting impression on kayaker Photo gallery Video
 •  Farrington cleans up on laundry needs
 •  Amemiya resigns from police position
 •  Farrington, Kahuku back at Roosevelt
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
GOLF
 •  Turtle Bay Junior Fall Session set
 •  Despite lack of stars, Fall Series offers drama
 •  UH women 7th in season-opener
GOLF REPORT
 •  Holes in One
FOOTBALL
 •  QB's motion to dismiss denied
 •  Tebow's backup ready to take over
 •  Boise St. taking aim at title shot
BASKETBALL
 •  Johnson says 7 titles not likely
BASEBALL
 •  Phils clinch NL East
 •  Pro baseball returning to Maui
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Donovan seeks sixth U.S. top player award
 •  Judge rejects bids to buy NHL's Coyotes
ISLE FILE
 •  UH-Hilo volleyball remains unbeaten
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Warriors exposed on offense, defense

Island Life
 •  Fit for two Video
 •  'Lost' star taking turn with orchestra Video
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
PEOPLE
 •  Hawking retires from honorary post
PRESCRIPTIONS
 •  Natural remedies can help fight flu
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Make strides against breast cancer
CHARLES STUART PLATKIN
 •  Skinny on how to eat a bagel ó if you must

Business
 •  Matson cuts fuel surcharge to 24%
 •  Faulty switch on refrigerator may cause fire
 •  Want some pizza with that smoothie?
TOURISM
 •  Princeville Resort unveils new brand, restyled look
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hilton sued over fatal accident in its lagoon Video
 •  Mitzi Gaynor to appear on Kauai
 •  GM pulls plug on Saturn, dealerships
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hoku's shares surge after Tianwei deal
ROBBIE DINGEMAN
 •  Faulty switch on refrigerator may cause fire

Opinion
 •  Realistic idea for Isle legacy
 •  Rethinking Afghanistan
COMMENTARY
 •  Community TV channels need upgrades
 •  Oil keeps dangerous dictators in power
 •  Judge wong