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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 14, 2009

Breaking News
 •  HGEA, Lingle agree to furloughs
 •  Hilo woman killed in single-car crash
 •  Medical examiner says New Mexico woman drowned
 •  Kauai agency to review permit process for home on burial grounds
 •  For watchers, a 'one-in-a-lifetime' opportunity
 •  Smoke but no fire over 'cannabis college' sign in Hilo
 •  6.0 quake strikes off Samoas, but no tsunami generated
 •  Box jellyfish influx drops off
 •  Maui fire victim identified as Washington state woman
 •  5 shot in Aliamanu, suspect at-large
 •  Kaneohe Marine killed in Afghanistan
 •  Big Island police seek help in identiyfing debit-card theft suspect
 •  No. 5 Boise State holds off Tulsa 28-21
 •  Bornstein header in stoppage time gives US 2-2 tie with Costa Rica
 •  Bryan Clay to hold free clinic Saturday
 •  UH volleyball: Season-ticket holders get 50 percent off to LATech match
 •  Football odds: Idaho favored over UH by 11 1/2
 •  MLB playoffs: Dodgers to start Kershaw, Phillies go with Hamels
 •  MLB playoffs: ALCS pick: Yankees in six, but Angels have ability to turn series
 •  MLB playoffs: NLCS pick: Phillies in seven, but Dodgers are strong top to bottom
 •  MLB playoffs: Capsule look at the NL championship series
 •  MLB playoffs: Capsule look at the AL championship series
 •  MLB: Lansford won’t return as Giants hitting coach
 •  NBA: Durant scores 30 as Thunder beats Heat 96-91
 •  Soccer: Onyewu out 3-4 months with torn knee tendon
 •  Taekwondo: Lopez wins record 6th world taekwondo title
 •  NBA: Griffin leads Clippers over Spurs
 •  NFL: Vikings say goodbye to QB John David Booty
 •  NFL: Pit bull group says Vick won’t see his former dogs
 •  Soccer: Argentina qualifies for World Cup with 1-0 win
 •  CBKB: Former UCLA coaching great John Wooden turns 99
 •  Soccer: Altidore back in US lineup after injury to Davies
 •  NFL: Dolphins defend their wildcat; opponents can't
 •  NFL: Dolphins sign RB Sheets
 •  NFL: Seahawks CB Lucas home following father’s death; will play
 •  NFL: Bears QB Cutler stays mum on Terrell Owens
 •  MLB playoffs: Angels’ Lackey to start ALCS Game 1
 •  Tennis: Czech player Minar banned 8 months for doping
 •  CFB: USC player hurt in weightlifting mishap heading home from hospital
 •  Cycling: Tour de France route to end in the Pyrenees
 •  NFL: Colts' Vinatieri out 4-8 weeks after knee surgery
 •  Cycling: Tour de France route to end in the Pyrenees
 •  Golf: Ballesteros hopeful of British Open return
 •  Gymnastics: China's Deng tops qualifying at worlds
 •  NFL: Dolphins’ offense has potential for greatness
 •  NFL: Browns quarterback Brady Quinn puts house up for sale
 •  NFL: Colts owner throws flag at Rush Limbaugh’s bid to buy Rams
 •  NFL: 49ers’ Frank Gore says he will work with Michael Crabtree
 •  CFB: USC QB Barkley enters top Intersectional rivalry at Notre Dame
 •  NFL: JaMarcus Russell’s confidence level as low as his passer rating
 •  NFL: Saints’ Jeremy Shockey gets a chance to make good on promise to Giants
 •  NFL: Giants being extra-careful with Ahmad Bradshaw
 •  NBA: Warriors World goes upside down
 •  NFL: After 0-3 start, young Dolphins draft picks beginning to produce
 •  Canadian volleyball teams in local club tournament
 •  Tennis: Del Potro retires in Shanghai with wrist injury
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1990 — Joe Montana passes for career highs of 476 yards and 6 TDs
 •  State fines Tesoro for underground storage tank permitting violations
 •  New Mobi PCS cell site boosts coverage in Orchidland area on Big Island
 •  Central Pacific Financial Corp. gets new chief operations officer
 •  Portland cement imports fall 26 percent in Aug. from year ago
 •  State postpones plans to sell $623.5M in bonds to refiance debt
 •  First restaurants in new Windward Mall food court to open Nov. 1
 •  HECO awards biodiesel contract for testing at new power plant
 •  Annual Kupuna Fair at Pearlridge Saturday
 •  Imiloa Astronomy Center offers fun science program on Furlough Fridays
 •  Sunset on the Beach features film festival films
 •  'Lucky Come Hawaii' author comes home; new edition to be released
 •  HIFF offers teachers free movie ticket for Friday's furlough
 •  State elections office resolution is critical

Local News
 •  Killer to serve at at least 15 years
 •  4 county clerks blast chief elections officer
 •  DNA from body of New Mexico tourist matches suspect's
 •  Hawaii interisland carrier Mokulele will merge with go! airline
 •  Hawaii's Sen. Inouye sides with McChrystal on Afghanistan
 •  Hawaii court allows lawsuit over Kawaiahao Church graves
 •  Missouri to be towed to drydock
 •  Bunda joining race for state's No. 2 job
 •  School flu inoculation begins Photo gallery Video
 •  Public's help sought in identifying theft suspect
 •  Maui seeks more study on possible Styrofoam ban
 •  County, college join forces to launch farmers market
 •  Marine Alfonso Ochoa Jr. killed in Afghanistan
 •  1,800 jellyfish found in Waikiki, 130 at Ala Moana
 •  Police hunt for person who hit 5 people in shotgun blast
 •  Water system now meets federal quality for drinking
 •  Community calendar
 •  Missouri's movers begin demanding, delicate task
 •  Obituaries

 •  Shoji's 1,000th on hold
 •  Thomas hopes to practice today
 •  Te'o making himself at home
 •  Thomas hopes to practice today
 •  Te'o making himself at home
 •  East teams roll on in OIA volleyball Photo gallery
 •  Prep standings and statistics
 •  Prep notices
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Seau back with Patriots
 •  Brotherly love key to winning
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Dickson spurs Idaho defense
 •  Surfer Patacchia shares 5th in Spain
 •  On the Air
 •  Warriors can expect barnburner at Idaho

Island Life
 •  6 to be inducted into Isle tourism hall of fame
 •  Shriver caught on phone while driving
 •  Beans done right
 •  Meatloaf calls for your own personal touch
 •  Mom works magic with well-stocked pantry
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Chai's, Singha Thai mark milestones
 •  In the flood of new cookbooks, three stand out

 •  Isles' hospital death rate among worst
 •  Dole loses half its value
 •  BofA will surrender Merrill Lynch papers
 •  Fidelity is main Hawaiian shareholder

 •  Council must stay the course on rail plans
 •  Too much fuss over Nobel Prize
 •  Petulance and the Nobel Peace Prize
 •  Congressional race intriguing contest
 •  Furloughs