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Articles for September 6, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Two adults, their 5-year-old child killed; two others injured in Big Island head-on collision
 •  Crash closes Komo Mai Drive in Pearl City
 •  Police charge man in death of Kalihi teen, say DNA links suspect to killing
 •  Man killed after outrigger canoe detaches, strikes SUV
 •  Waiawa wildfire contained, but smoldering hot spots keep firefighters busy
 •  Maui Hawaiian Cement plant damaged in early morning fire
 •  Husband charged in stabbing of wife
 •  Hundreds gather at Iolani Palace to honor memory of Queen Liliuokalani
 •  Work planned for Kailua police station
 •  Labor Day Unity Picnic set for tomorrow at Waikiki Shell
 •  Big Island police warning seniors about door-to-door scam
 •  Pedestrian struck in Hilo, police open negligent injury case
 •  Molokai 8,000-acre fire, burning since Aug. 29, finally 100% contained
 •  Car hits power pole at Waimea Bay
 •  Maui residents criticize planned state ag layoffs
 •  $14.6 million Hilo fire department complex OK'd over fears about radio tower
 •  Downturn offers opportunity, Lingle says
 •  Hawaii soldiers set to return from year-long Iraq deployment Tuesday
 •  California outlasts Rainbow Wahine in five sets
 •  Pacific edges Rainbow Wahine soccer team, 3-2
 •  Ex-Warrior Hawthorne placed on Bills' practice squad
 •  Bears sign center Donovan Raiola to practice squad
 •  CFB: Oregon RB Blount apologizes to Boise State
 •  Tennis: Clijsters upsets Venus to keep comeback going
 •  MLB: Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki gets 2,000th hit
 •  NFL: Chargers LB Merriman arrested in domestic call
 •  Prep football standings
 •  CFB: Sam Bradfordís season and draft stock are in jeopardy
 •  NFL: Vikings re-sign Booty to practice squad
 •  CFB: Michigan Stadium now equipped with hand sanitizers
 •  NFL: Veteran RB Jamal Lewis makes the Brownsí cut despite much speculation
 •  NFL: Seahawks sign Milloy to 1-year deal
 •  CFB: Weis credits December meeting for ND turnaround
 •  Horses: More than 1,200 horses killed at tracks in 2008
 •  MLB: Pitcher Owings beaned by fastball for go-ahead run in Redsí win at Atlanta
 •  NFL: AP Sources: Jets acquire QB OíConnell from Lions
 •  Obituary: Stan Hyman, baseball head coach at Western Illinois
 •  College pole vaulter dies during jump at UC San Diego
 •  NFL: Eagles release veteran QB A.J. Feeley
 •  Tennis: Pain in the ... belly, but Nadal moves on anyway
 •  NFL: Texans CB Dunta Robinson ends holdout
 •  Horse racing: Rachel acting like pro after Woodward win
 •  MLB: Blue Jays' Ruiz hit in face by pitch
 •  NFL: Panthers claim Sutton, Harris to fill roster
 •  CFB: Heisman winner Bradford's return uncertain
 •  NFL: Packers bring back Brohm to practice squad
 •  NFL: McCown passes physical to complete trade to Jags
 •  Boxing: Brahim Asloum announces retirement
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams powers into U.S. Open quarterfinals
 •  Soccer: Brazilians rejoice over victory against Argentina
 •  MLB: Yankees' Rivera ready to return to closer's role
 •  NFL: Patriots trade DL Richard Seymour to Raiders
 •  CFB: Washington State loses but finds some positives
 •  NFL: Brohmís time runs out with Packers as late decent play not enough to save job
 •  CFB: With something to prove, BYU makes a strong case for its league
 •  CFB: Washington Huskies' program on the rise
 •  ILH volleyball standings
 •  Tennis: Melanie Oudin, the latest teen sensation at U.S. Open
 •  CFB: Army beats E Michigan 27-14 in Ellersonís debut
 •  CFB: Freshman QB Barkley shines in USCís 56-3 win over San Jose St.
 •  NFL: 49ersí final cutdown ousts RB Sheets
 •  CFB: Flip-flopping quarterbacks causes unneeded drama for Wisconsin
 •  NFL: Chiefs trim some veterans, including safety Pollard, LB Thomas, WR Lelie
 •  MLB: Cain, Velez and Wilson unlikely candidates to keep Giants in race
 •  2009 NFL preview capsules
 •  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
 •  OIA volleyball standings

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Local News
 •  Brushfire halts H-2 traffic
 •  Dela Cruz on list of mayoral hopefuls
 •  Everything Okinawan draws big crowds Photo gallery
 •  Honolulu police arrest man in teen's murder
 •  Hawaii tax credit program cost state $1.29 billion through 2008
 •  Isle football star dies in crash
 •  More jobs, growth of BYUH behind plan for La'ie's future
 •  Holy Cross marks 100 years
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Obama announces policies to encourage more savings
 •  Obama team pressing to keep terror list secret
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  WWII pilot, 90, hunts wings
 •  Japanese finally have leadership choice
FIRE
 •  Huge Moloka'i fire contained
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  ARDA-Hawaii donates $10,000 for Hawaii Pacific University scholarship
 •  Plant's disappearance a lesson for our lives
OTHER NEWS
 •  What's open and closed on Labor day
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Man who lost a lot finds way to forgive
WILLIAM COLE
 •  Strykers going to India

Sports
 •  No. 2 Texas solid in pounding UH Photo gallery
 •  Warriors won't rest on laurels Photo gallery
 •  Farrington frustrates Castle in OIA, 19-8 Photo gallery
 •  Brennan put on injured reserve
 •  Alexander on the run can only be trouble
UH FOOTBALL
 •  Warriors won't rest on laurels Photo gallery
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Farrington frustrates Castle in OIA, 19-8 Photo gallery
 •  Raiders stun Warriors Photo gallery
 •  Saint Louis rallies past Pac-Five, 62-24 Photo gallery
 •  No. 4 Mililani blanks Waipahu Photo gallery
 •  Wai'anae cruises past Campbell
 •  SAT/ACT software available for free
 •  Gym dandy victory for Maryknoll
GOLF
 •  O'Hair, Furyk share Deutsche Bank lead
FOOTBALL
 •  Michigan's QB duo spark season-opening victory
 •  No. 6 Ohio State stops Navy, 31-27
 •  BYU opens with upset over No. 3 Oklahoma
 •  Chargers cut guard Forney
BASEBALL
 •  Floyd propels White Sox
 •  Cain able to carry Giants over Brewers
ISLE FILE
 •  UH-Hilo volleyball surges to 8-0
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Alexander on the run can only be trouble

Island Life
 •  Summer moments Photo gallery
 •  Discover dog-friendly Kailua ó and help a local shelter, too
 •  Picking out the pilau among us
TELEVISION
 •  Vampires, witches take on fall TV
PETS
 •  Adoptables
PEOPLE
 •  Selleck duped into buying dud horse
BOOKS
 •  Fruity tale charms with Isle style, vibrant art
 •  Hawaii's best-sellers
 •  Lit beat
ART
 •  Artists deliver news old-fashioned way
 •  Art calendar
FAITH
 •  Holy Cross marks 100 years
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  From the HIP
'OHANA
 •  Beware 'specialists' who cater to adoptive families
 •  Better off without that emergency $20
FAMILY MATTERS
 •  Turning off TV frees up time to be a family
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
 •  Tryouts calendar
 •  Reunions
WAYNE HARADA
 •  Nabors ready to sleigh 'em again in Christmas show

Business
 •  Apple's stores dodge recession
 •  Real estate shows make way for food programs
 •  When jobless benefits end, life gets tougher
WORKPLACE
 •  Census jobs await 3,300
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  New mortgage-lending rules protect subprime borrowers
 •  Breaking down manager types

Opinion
 •  Obama must point way to affordable care
COMMENTARY
 •  A sea change in Japanese politics
 •  Legislature can do little in talks between state, unions Video
 •  Better preparing workers of tomorrow
 •  Ailing pets and the poor both in need
 •  Tension in Taiwan
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Twitter useful in gathering news
 •  Libraries

Entertainment/TGIF
TELEVISION
 •  Vampires, witches take on fall TV
 •  TGI Sunday

Travel
 •  Voyaging in the Pacific
 •  Tattoos, tikis symbols of the Marquesas
 •  St. Regis Princeville offering introductory kama'aina rates
 •  Holoholo
 •  Find flowery fuels at D.C. arboretum
 •  Travel Almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Some football contests free
IRENE CROFT JR.
 •  Head east, and just sit back, relax and drive