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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 1, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Tsunami watch canceled for Indian Ocean
 •  Weather Service issues fire weather watch
 •  Maryann Acker found guilty in 1978 murder, repeating '82 verdict
 •  Abercrombie, Hirono talk to seniors about health care reform plan
 •  Suspect, 17, in Ewa Beach murder re-enacted killing, detective testifies
 •  Federal judge has granted TRO to Micronesians over health care plan
 •  East-West Center awarded $1.4M for avian-flu study
 •  Hawaiian Home Lands deputy chair appointed
 •  Suspected car thief arrested in Waipahu
 •  Schofield Barracks hosting suicide awareness event
 •  Man reports gun-point robbery in Wahiawa
 •  Liliuokalani bracelet to be on display at Iolani Palace
 •  Input sought on possible fish rules for Hawaii
 •  Husband, wife arrested in Waikiki following argument
 •  Girl, 3, reports sexual assault in Punchbowl area
 •  Body identified as Waianae woman
 •  Warriors starting defensive end Fonoti injures knee at practice
 •  NFL: Bills waive ex-Warrior Solomon Elimimian, 5 others
 •  UH football: Bus service offered for Warrior games
 •  NFL: Bengals’ No. 1 pick Andre Smith breaks foot in practice
 •  CFB: Warrior foe, WSU, prepares for opener vs. Stanford
 •  NFL: Bush, Thomas doubtful for preseason finale
 •  MLB: Cole Hamels dominates Giants, tosses 2-hitter
 •  NFL: 49ers dump Huard as rookie Nate Davis moves up
 •  NBA: T’Wolves say Rubio backed out of chance to play
 •  CFB: TE Mosley leaves Oklahoma State football team
 •  NFL: Browns place OL Ryan Tucker on IR
 •  NFL: Rookie Brandstater gets start as Broncos’ QB
 •  NFL: QB Sanchez to get just one series in Jets preseason finale
 •  NFL: Chiefs release Amani Toomer, 2 others
 •  NFL: Chargers welcome Little League world champions
 •  NFL: Lions’ Stanton has torn knee cartilage
 •  NFL: Rams trade former No. 1 pick to Atlanta
 •  NFL: Bears sign DB Hood
 •  Mets pitchers Santana, Perez have surgery
 •  Tennis: Top-seeded Safina avoids major upset at US Open
 •  Danish soccer player’s leg amputated after lightning strike
 •  Olympics: Procter & Gamble sponsors US Team
 •  Alabama football player Brandon Deaderick shot, wounded in arm
 •  NBA: Uncertainty fogs Rubio reports
 •  CFB: UCLA plans to play football opener despite fires
 •  CFB: USC’s secondary takes a hit
 •  NFL column: Brett Favre has his moments — and not all are good
 •  Australia’s basketball team gets Chinese sponsor
 •  NFL: 49er guard Baas’ foot strain turned out to be more serious
 •  NFL: Seahawks QB Hasselbeck forming bond with newest target
 •  CFB: Previewing the 2009 college football season
 •  CFB: This week's college football schedule
 •  CFB: Who will be No. 1 in college football? A look at Top 25
 •  MLB: Giants add Penny for cheap
 •  Fantasy Football: The top 100 players in fantasy
 •  Fantasy Football: Scouting the quarterbacks
 •  Fantasy Football: Scouting the running backs
 •  Fantasy Football: Scouting the wide receivers
 •  Fantasy Football: Scouting the tight ends
 •  Fantasy Football: Scouting the defense
 •  Fantasy Football: Scouting the kickers
 •  Fantasy Football: Keeping an eye on injuries
 •  Fantasy Football: Keep track of the schedule when making plans
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH offers group discounts to football, volleyball
 •  ILH girls volleyball standings
 •  Prep football standings
 •  United to serve Trader Vic entrees in first class
 •  The Gas Company promotes Young to chief operating officer
 •  Hawaii August bankruptcies up 38%, slowest growth seen in 15 months
 •  Local 'Eat-ins" planned in support of fresh foods in schools
 •  Boots on the Beach fundraiser set for Oct. 24
 •  Baby Boot Camp has two new locations
 •  'Slow News International' now up at Arts at Marks Garage
 •  Legendary indigenous musicians performing in Hilo and Honolulu
 •  Free parenting workshop Sept. 20
 •  Gala event featuring Norah Jones canceled at Hawaii Writers Conference
 •  Dinosaurs making their way to Bishop Museum
 •  KPT rehab plan offers opportunity for change

Local News
 •  Public housing getting facelift
 •  'Birthers' will never believe Obama
 •  Prisoner denied early release
 •  Foster kids sue Hawaii, abusers
 •  Bill targets pungent riders of Honolulu’s transit system
 •  Hawaii wildfire growing, puts native Molokai forests in danger
 •  New program won't threaten Micronesian lives, state says Photo gallery Video
 •  State budget crisis forces library's temporary closure
 •  Woman improving after 'Anini Beach near-drowning
 •  Woman found on road in Wai'anae identified
 •  Schofield Barracks event to raise suicide awareness
 •  Chaminade foundation adds $100K to scholarship fund
 •  Man arrested in robbery of Bishop Street business
 •  Man arrested after allegedly threatening, choking woman
 •  Crowd of 150 marches in silence for slain teen Photo gallery Video
 •  Hot, dry weather aiding spread of California fires
 •  Community calendar
 •  Further study on irradiator ordered
 •  Meningitis vaccination urged for students
 •  Robert Kazuo Inouye, 77
 •  Obituaries
 •  'Birthers' will never believe Obama

 •  Davis well-versed in self-motivation Photo gallery Video
 •  Yamanouchi puts finishing kick on Pearl City victory
 •  9 teams to nationals
 •  Danielson honored by WAC; UH No. 4
 •  Rainbows add four to recruiting class
 •  Davis well-versed in self-motivation Photo gallery Video
 •  Yamanouchi puts finishing kick on Pearl City victory
 •  This week
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Games on TV
 •  Volleyball
 •  Football
 •  OIA girls volleyball standings
 •  Favre toughs it out in Vikings' win
 •  Ingram will long snap for Patriots
 •  Lind lifts Blue Jays
 •  Busy L.A. falls in 10
 •  PacWest honor for UH-Hilo's Seben
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH's Salas has all the inside moves

Island Life
 •  Children can thrive in tough times, too
 •  Students seek out cheaper textbooks
 •  Vaccinations for adults go beyond the flu
 •  Rapper planning Sept. 11 benefit show
 •  Theater cuts prices for unemployed

 •  380 at Maui Prince get layoff notices
 •  Bankers' group foreclosure survey ranks Hawaii as 9th-worst state
 •  Game industry banks on Beatles
 •  Oahu hotels No. 1 in report
 •  New month starts with slight stock drop
 •  A & B buys two California warehouses
 •  Southwest discovers more unapproved parts

 •  State should allow school reconstitution
 •  Feds must step up aid to Isle migrants
 •  Japan marks a monumental shift
 •  Ag inspector cuts