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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 2, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Tsunamis uproot traditional Samoan cultures
 •  Samoan NFL players get briefing on situation in homeland
 •  American Samoa relief efforts in full swing
 •  State, HGEA close to labor settlement
 •  Sewage spills into basin near Queen's Medical Center
 •  Man in critical condition after near drowning at Alan Davis Beach
 •  Northern Marianas brace for Typhoon Melor; storm warning for Guam canceled
 •  Police investigating death of woman found on beach in Waikiki Video
 •  Groups sue state over Mauna Kea management plan
 •  Kaneohe-based Marine killed, second injured in vehicle rollover
 •  Weather service warns of dangerous brushfire conditions
 •  Catholic parishes rally to provide disaster relief for Samoa, Philippines, Indonesia
 •  HPD investigating after police car strikes pedestrian
 •  Fire crews responding to Maui brushfire
 •  Kalaupapa patients overcome obstacles to honor Father Damien
 •  Second man dies in single-car crash on Maui
 •  7 on Kauai arrested for selling alcohol to minors
 •  Maui Electric Co. seeks 9.7% rate hike for 2010
 •  UH quarterback Greg Alexander to undergo season-ending surgery
 •  High school football scoreboard
 •  Golf: Wie remains two shots back in Navistar
 •  Donation box at Kahuku-Farrington game to assist disaster relief
 •  Golf: Wilson makes PGA cut, McLachlin misses
 •  NFL: Texans TE Hill has swine flu
 •  NFL: Players get briefing on situation in Samoas
 •  CFB: Oregon may reinstate RB LaGarrette Blount
 •  Rio erupts in celebration with 2016 Olympics
 •  Gibbs: Obama 'disappointed' at losing Olympics
 •  NFL: Seymour, Smith, Kerney fined
 •  Baseball: Reds fire pitching coach
 •  Baseball: Diamondbacks beat Cubs 12-3
 •  Sailing: America's Cup challenger opposes venue choice
 •  Golf: Watson takes 2-shot lead in Senior Players Championship
 •  Baseball: Tigers Bonderman suspended for 3 games
 •  NFL: Rams' Boller to start against 49ers
 •  Norman, Evert say they have separated
 •  NFL: McNair to suicidal youths: Live to see better days
 •  Baseball: MLB attendance drops for second straight season
 •  Soccer: South Korea beats U.S. 3-0 at Under-20 World Cup
 •  NFL: Portis a game-time decision for Redskins
 •  Boxing: Vegas judge issues warrant for Roger Mayweather
 •  NFL: Seahawks' QB Hasselbeck ’very doubtful’ for Sunday
 •  Tennis: Verdasco, Gonzalez reach Malaysian Open semifinals
 •  Gymnastics: U.S. Olympics medalist Memmel out of worlds
 •  Golf: Woods first athlete with $1 billion in earnings
 •  Tennis: Tsonga, Simon, Melzer reach Thailand Open semis
 •  Golf: McIlroy shares halfway lead at Dunhill Links
 •  Rio wins right to host the 2016 Olympics
 •  Second City winds up fourth in Olympics bid
 •  Preps: Bible verses banned from Georgia school football field
 •  CFB: Defensive coordinator Rocky Seto’s fairy tale ride to USC
 •  NFL: Raiders committed to JaMarcus Russell
 •  NFL: Packers studying Brett Favre from the other side
 •  NFL: Capsules for this weekend's games: Jets going down
 •  CFB: The Boise Backlash already has begun
 •  This weekend's football games on TV
 •  MLB: For Giants to get bat they need, they should trade an arm they love
 •  NFL: Brain-donor Lofa Tatupu not fazed by NFL dementia study
 •  NFL: Steeler RB Mendenhall didn’t know plays but wants 2nd chance
 •  Tennis: Sharapova, Jankovic to meet in Pan Pacific final
 •  Olympics: Tokyo presents 2016 bid as best for athletes
 •  Olympics: Chicago makes it personal in quest for 2016 Games
 •  MLB: Giants’ Bochy and Sabean asked to return, source says
 •  OIA volleyball standings
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1993 — California rallies from a 30-0 deficit to beat Oregon 42-41
 •  Judge upholds 15 of 16 labor law violations against Pacific Beach Hotel
 •  HMSA offers limited free access to Online Care service for flu season
 •  Judge delays hearing on Hawaii Telcom bankruptcy reorganization plan
 •  HVCB launches promotional tour in the Pacific Northwest
 •  Alternative Taste Street Festival heading to Chinatown Oct. 9
 •  Hawaii Wins “What Book Got You Hooked?” Campaign
 •  HIFF tickets on sale for Ohana members; Monday for general public
 •  Pow wow set for Thomas Square this weekend
 •  Furlough challenge to take concerted push

Local News
 •  Bringing smiles to Waikiki Photo gallery Video
 •  Speeding case Carlisle slams laser gun ruling
 •  Olomana's Chulakote state's top teacher Photo gallery
 •  Damien celebration begins as group heads to Belgium
 •  Tsunami left Samoans with little time to flee Photo gallery Video
 •  Filipinos in Hawaii sending money to flood-stricken relatives
 •  Hawaii to give swine flu vaccine to health care workers first
 •  Military provides quick aid in Pacific
 •  Hearing sought on rail plan
 •  2 men killed, 1 injured in one-car crash on Kahekili
 •  Contractor fined 2,200 yards of rock for Hapa Trail
 •  Police catch 7 businesses selling alcohol to minors
 •  Fundraisers already helping library to remain open
 •  Book sale Oct. 10-11 will raise money for library
 •  Author, caregiver to speak at Ko'olau golf clubhouse
 •  Central Pacific, FilCom accepting Philippines aid
 •  Night of prayer unites, guides local community Photo gallery
 •  American Samoa mail flights resume
 •  Samoan culture tight-knit in Hawaii
 •  No joke: Letterman admits affairs
 •  Arts patron Lila Morgan
 •  Rites, concert to honor Masaki
 •  Obituaries
 •  LG's office out of harm's way

 •  QB's injury may not be 'as bad'
 •  Rainbow Wahine sweep by LaTech
 •  Watson showed keiki of Kalihi game of love Photo gallery
 •  Nash says no more 'madness' in Manoa
 •  QB's injury may not be 'as bad'
 •  No. 1-ranked Punahou turns back Kamehameha Photo gallery
 •  No. 1 Red Raiders take on Govs
 •  Kahuku spoils Govs' night
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Wie two shots back in Navistar
 •  Kimbo put up a good fight despite losing
 •  Bills' Lynch is off suspension
 •  Rockies reach NL playoffs
 •  Tigers two ahead with three to play
 •  Miyajima drops back
 •  Hawaii senior tennis teams gain nationals
 •  Chaminade, EA SPORTS offer kids free hoop clinics
 •  Mercury top Fever to tie WNBA finals
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Another run-in with Bulldogs

Island Life
 •  Father damien in fine print Photo gallery Video
 •  Broadway musical done as it should be
 •  Fighting Eel introduces bridal wear
 •  Michael Emerson: No more Mr. Nasty Guy
 •  Summer boasts Oscar-worthy contenders
 •  Screening room
 •  Personal picks: HIFF's best S. Korean movies
 •  The Hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Date book
 •  CD Reviews: Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, Nohelani Cypriano, Eddie Kamae and The Sons of Hawaii, Keli'i Tau'a and David Kauahikaua Audio

 •  Bankruptcy filings rose in September
 •  Beware of disaster-related 'scareware'
 •  Hilo Hattie plans changes
 •  Hawaii Medical Center may sell its Liliha facility
 •  KHON's parent company out of bankruptcy
 •  Walgreens' Lahaina store opens Sunday
 •  Jobs report today likely to put unemployment at 10% or more

 •  Good neighbors reach out in times of crisis
 •  Floods show lack of preparation
 •  Reform is hardly 'abortion neutral'
 •  Obama's French lesson
 •  Teacher furlough

 •  Once an event, now a scene
 •  Slack-key master Cyril Pahinui will teach classes
 •  Broadway musical done as it should be
 •  Fighting Eel introduces bridal wear
 •  Meet the man who taught MJ to moonwalk
 •  Summer boasts Oscar-worthy contenders
 •  Screening room
 •  Michael Emerson: No more Mr. Nasty Guy
 •  CD Reviews: Kawaikapuokalani Hewett, Nohelani Cypriano, Eddie Kamae and The Sons of Hawaii, Keli'i Tau'a and David Kauahikaua Audio
 •  Best desserts on the rock? Consider these
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  He's got beat Video
 •  Isle artists to give concert before China tour
 •  Hip-hop patriarchs, comedian Koy in town
 •  The Hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Date book