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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 4, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Arbitration talks start with media being kicked out Video
 •  Four more swine flu deaths confirmed in Hawaii, including first child
 •  Power restored after large outage on Kauai
 •  Malnourishment of child detailed in attempted murder trial of Hawaii couple
 •  Hawaii issues warning on Kellogg’s Eggo products
 •  Red flag warning in effect for leeward areas on all islands
 •  Kapolei library to end passport service
 •  Schofield soldiers with 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team returning home
 •  Kauai judge says law shields independent reporter
 •  Actress Mitzi Gaynor returning to Kauai
 •  Injured hiker airlifted from Hanakapi'ai Beach
 •  $11.5M in federal grants available for Hawaii organizations
 •  Ala Wai Small Boat Harbor office to temporarily change hours
 •  Waimea solid waste transfer station closing temporarily for paving
 •  Irrigation project to begin at Diamond Head State Monument
 •  Waianae man accused of threatening girlfriend with rifle
 •  Man arrested after confronting ex-girlfriend in Aiea
 •  Suspect arrested in robbery reported at Waipahu Intermediate School
 •  DLNR, Coast Guard to be on weekend watch at Kaneohe Bay
 •  Warriors escape with 25-20 victory over Central Arkansas
 •  Hawaii high school football scoreboard
 •  Hawaii-Central Arkansas game statistics
 •  Colt Brennan says he'll return from leg injury; Colt-Chase debate wages
 •  Oregon back who threw punch suspended for remainder of season
 •  Rainbow Wahine basketball team releases schedule
 •  Cardinals cut safety and former Kahuku star Aaron Francisco
 •  Golf: Wie likely to miss cut despite second-round 69
 •  NFL: Favre fined $10,000 for crack-back block
 •  CBKB: University files notice of appeal with NCAA
 •  4 Jamaican runners admit using banned substance
 •  NFL: Saints TE Miller has a torn Achilles’ tendon
 •  NBA: Timberwolves sign Bucks' guard Ramon Sessions to offer sheet
 •  NFL: Giants DT Alford to miss season with knee injury
 •  Track and field: Bolt’s 200 steals show from Golden League winners
 •  NFL: Lions acquire Bills S Simpson
 •  NFL: Patriots release backup QB Walter
 •  MLB: Red Sox closer Papelbon fined for slow pace
 •  Tennis: S Williams moves on at US Open with 6-3, 7-5 win
 •  NFL: Bills fire offensive coordinator Turk Schonert
 •  CFB: USC gets some good news on the linebacker front
 •  Olympics: Austrian Committee president Wallner quits
 •  NFL: Rookie QB Stafford shows flashes and flaws, but says he’s ready
 •  MLB: Giant pitching allows 3 runs in 3 games to Phillies but lose 2 of them
 •  NFL: With most Bears’ starters watching, Jones injury mars Chicago’s finale
 •  NFL: Mark Sanchez stakes his claim with Jets
 •  NFL: Cardinals offensive lineman Elton Brown ejected for bumping official
 •  MLB: Reports: Announcer Harwell has incurable cancer
 •  Fantasy Football: Keeping an eye on injuries
 •  NFL: A Super prediction: Pats vs. Eagles in SB XLIV
 •  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: Keep track of the schedule when making plans
 •  UH football games on big screen at Ko'olau, Maui theaters
 •  UH football: More tailgate time; parking gates to open one hour earlier
 •  UH football: Bus service offered for Warrior games
 •  UH offers alumni, military discounts to football, volleyball
 •  UH offers group discounts to football, volleyball
 •  Media Council Hawaii says it will challenge KHNL-KGMB merger
 •  Hoku Scientific provides funding for UH microloan program
 •  Hawaii participation low in Cash for Clunkers, analysis shows
 •  “Jungle Adventure” Sept. 13 anchors Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
 •  Queen Liliuokalani's birthday celebrated Sunday at Iolani Palace
 •  HTY's children's drama program opens fall registration
 •  Learn to ghost hunt at KCC
 •  Operation Homefront collecting gifts for soldiers tomorrow
 •  'Durham County' debuts Monday
 •  Volunteers needed for HIFF
 •  Free admission to ‘Pipeline’s Got Talent’
 •  Tickets available for Silversun Pickups Saturday
 •  Obama must point way to affordable care

Local News
 •  Film industry says cuts will hurt
 •  $5.7M cut in library budget rejected
 •  Biking safety measure deferred
 •  Governor: Cuts may mean restructuring Hawaii government Video
 •  Honolulu City Council moves to kill conduct bill
 •  Layoffs of KHNL news staff include Dashefsky, Ako, Shima
 •  Ex-caretaker of 400 animals says he's victim of 'vendetta' Photo gallery Video
 •  Symphony back in the black Video
 •  Fundraiser features Ma'o Organic food, live entertainment
 •  Waiawa Ridge fire scorches 350 acres
 •  Moloka'i wildfire 80% contained
 •  Driver killed in Tuesday crash was Katsuto Saiki, 83
 •  Rescue workers aid woman hurt near Hanakapi'ai Falls
 •  Ku'au Rockin Surf contest open to civilian competitors
 •  Celebrities, festivities mark school's 50th anniversary
 •  Windward YMCA pool reopens Tuesday
 •  What's open and closed on Labor Day
 •  Coming back 50 years after 'South Pacific' Photo gallery
 •  Dozens on Moloka'i tell PUC they can't afford water rates
 •  Community calendar
 •  Coast Guard urges boaters to be careful
 •  Obituaries
 •  Iraqi Bundles of Love could use your leftover sewing fabric

 •  UH gets defensive end
 •  Rainbow Wahine get past Saint Louis in 4 Photo gallery
 •  Farrington, Castle in battle of Top 10 teams
 •  Matchup of unknowns tonight
 •  UH gets defensive end
 •  Matchup of unknowns tonight
 •  Farrington, Castle in battle of Top 10 teams
 •  Moanalua girls top Farrington in three
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Penn will fight Sanchez in UFC 107
 •  Brennan hurt in Redskins' loss
 •  Boise St. stops Oregon, 19-8 Photo gallery
 •  Pedro propels Phillies, 2-1
 •  Georgia teen Oudin stuns Dementieva
 •  Oahu schools will benefit from NIKE 5K For Kids Run
 •  Queen Lili'uokalani races this weekend
 •  Wie is 5-over-par in Canada
 •  Hawaii golfers finish third
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  This switch has been easy to bear

Island Life
 •  Fashions that multitask Photo gallery Video
 •  Shop, 'Save the Arts' at Maui benefit
 •  Couponing bigger than ever in the digital age
 •  Houston in comeback form with 'I Look to You'
 •  'Only' offers old-fashioned fun
 •  Witty 'Loop' pokes fun at those in charge of war
 •  Bateman's comeback complete
 •  Screening room
 •  Yoostar puts you in fave movies
 •  Hawaii Theatre boasts full schedule of stars
 •  Curtains rise as local theaters debut their seasons
 •  Korean heartthrob stars in new 'Style'
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  CD Reviews: Sean Na'auao, Various Artists, Tia Carrere and Daniel Ho, Makana Audio

 •  Coffee production up, but value drops
 •  No quick fixes for Valley Isle
 •  Retailers' sales slip again, but signs of hope emerge
 •  Hawaii closing costs at national average

 •  Kaka'ako moves toward a vibrant future
 •  U.S. Commission on Civil Rights skewed
 •  GOP targets elderly with scare scams
 •  Obama's dose of reality
 •  Health Care

 •  Tasty takeout tailgating
 •  Shop, 'Save the Arts' at Maui benefit
 •  Family-focused 'Ha' full of theatrical splendor
 •  'Only' offers old-fashioned fun
 •  Witty 'Loop' pokes fun at those in charge of war
 •  Bateman's comeback complete
 •  Screening room
 •  Houston in comeback form with 'I Look to You'
 •  CD Reviews: Sean Na'auao, Various Artists, Tia Carrere and Daniel Ho, Makana Audio
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Yoostar puts you in fave movies
 •  Hawaii Theatre boasts full schedule of stars
 •  Curtains rise as local theaters debut their seasons
 •  'Sugar' a sweet look at Latinos in baseball
 •  Help Laughtrack celebrate its first birthday
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events