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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 2, 2009

Breaking News
 •  2 boys held in alleged sex assault on Kamehameha Schools campus
 •  H-2 reopened after Waiawa brushfire flareup
 •  Honolulu vote on banning smelly people on public transit delayed
 •  Lingle webcast tomorrow to give update on budget, union labor negotiations
 •  Hawaii libraries launch fundraising campaign to 'Keep the Doors Open'
 •  About 80% of Molokai fire contained
 •  Hawaii celebrates 171st birthday of Queen Liliuokalani Video
 •  Honolulu properties seized by IRS will be auctioned
 •  Ceremony aboard Missouri commemorates end of World War II Video
 •  UH receives $891K for ocean/science research
 •  Weather service warns of dangerous brushfire conditions
 •  Report says bad roads costing Hawaii drivers $500 a year
 •  Paroled murderer who tried to rape girl on Big Island won't face life sentence
 •  Big Island police identify pedestrian killed in North Kona
 •  Big Island man will get two years after pleading guilty to shooting death of son
 •  East-West Center awarded $1.4M for avian-flu study
 •  CFB picks: 'Bama, Boise St among teams with huge openers
 •  MLB: Penny throws 8 shutout innings in debut as Giants win
 •  CFB: Ducks, Broncos kickoff season with Top 25 showdown
 •  CFB: Army turns to a new coach to end era of errors
 •  NBA: Rubio says move to Minnesota was too risky and complicated
 •  NFL: Cowboys top league value rankings
 •  NFL: Bengals get first sellout of season
 •  CBB: Georgetown baseball gets 3 years’ probation
 •  Academic award to be renamed for software exec
 •  NFL: Lions bring in O’Connell following Stanton injury
 •  NFL: Panthers hire TCU AD Morrison as team president
 •  Tennis: Williams moves on, Safin says goodbye at US Open
 •  CFB column: Rodriguez changes more than the Michigan offense
 •  CFB: Colburn named starting QB at Fresno State
 •  MLB: Dodgers lack an ace
 •  CFB: Michigan hires firm to assist its investigation
 •  CFB: Fifth-year QB Cox finally gets his chance with No. 13 Georgia
 •  Preps: Not just for NFL: H.S. sports combines expanding
 •  MLB: Giants banged up, beat down
 •  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
 •  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 football: Bus service offered for Warrior games
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH offers group discounts to football, volleyball
 •  Matson wins quality award from trade publication
 •  Oahu home prices, sales volume down in August from year ago
 •  S&P rates Honolulu C&C wastewater revenue bonds
 •  Labor Department installs secure drop box at its Kaneohe office
 •  Atlantis Submarines blames net loss on tourism slump
 •  Hawaii closing costs roughly equal to national average
 •  Hawaiian Airlines to charge $10 for first checked bag on interisland flights
 •  Tube Notes: 'Glee' director's cut, fall preview tonight
 •  Young musicians to tape 'From the Top' on Neighbor Islands
 •  Animation supervisor on Disney's 'Bolt' talks at KCC tomorrow
 •  Honolulu runner Jill Tsuchitori transcends diabetes, named Global Hero
 •  ‘Aga-Boom’ show canceled at Hawaii Theatre
 •  Hanaiali‘i announces online contest to sing duet with her
 •  Fundraising drive: Library gift sure to pay big dividends

Local News
 •  Norah Jones show canceled
 •  Guilty, again, in retrial of '78 murder case
 •  Moloka'i wildfire still spreading Video
 •  Hawaii libraries to seek donations to keep branches open
 •  Hawaii uses faux epidemic to do real preparations for swine flu
 •  Court blocks Hawaii from cutting health benefits for Micronesians Photo gallery
 •  No sign of dynastic politics here
 •  Isle reps say public option is essential
 •  Police say teen recounted slaying with smile, laugh Photo gallery
 •  '08 murder suspect found unfit for trial
 •  Suspects sought after alleged robbery at gunpoint
 •  3 injured in two-car crash on Kamehameha Highway
 •  DLNR schedules meetings on fishing regulation plans
 •  Fire weather watch issued through this afternoon
 •  Governor appoints new DHHL deputy director
 •  Woman found dead had apparent gunshot wound
 •  Obituaries
 •  No sign of dynastic politics here

 •  Fonoti expects to play
 •  Yogi helps ignite Longhorns' defense
 •  Rainbows must bring 'A' game
 •  Fonoti expects to play
 •  Game-day bus passes are on sale
 •  Building on a dream Photo gallery Video
 •  This week
 •  Standings
 •  Games on TV
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  Players Association accused of collusion
 •  Phillies' Hamels stops Giants on two hits, 1-0
 •  Yankees pound 5 homers
 •  Sharapova back in U.S. Open form
 •  Hawaii tied for fifth in USGA women's tourney
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  No need to light a fire under Blaze

Island Life
 •  'Statehood Project' works bittersweet
 •  'Nightingale' a visual extravaganza
 •  Duggar family to welcome 19th child
 •  Poached salmon easy to recreate at home
 •  Recipe maven Video
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Make nutritious, fast food for family
 •  Turkey not just for Thanksgiving
 •  Lighter caper sauce still creamy, flavorful
 •  Chef Mavro makes Gayot's top 40
 •  Yearning for Island foods is unlike any other

 •  Pace of bankruptcy filings loses steam
 •  Maui Prince lenders seek receiver
 •  Isle breaks even in pay study
 •  Holland America expanding Isle cruises
 •  Manufacturing growth better than anticipated

 •  KPT rehab plan offers opportunity for change
 •  Cheney goes on the offensive
 •  A public option for pets
 •  Political rivals turn up the heat on the mayor
 •  No sign of dynastic politics here
 •  Pay cut

 •  'Nightingale' a visual extravaganza