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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 15, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Hawaii health care providers urged to pre-register as H1N1 vaccination providers
 •  Hawaii mother accused of starving daughter, 12, takes witness stand
 •  Kailua Road still closed; expected to be open by Wednesday morning
 •  Police seek help in finding missing Kauai man
 •  Advertiser loses Internet access for 2 hours
 •  Man killed in Big Island crash was assistant to Nicolas Cage
 •  Hawaii County police seek possible witnesses in child-murder case
 •  Hawaii cited in report for improving children's health care
 •  Greenwood says she's confident UH will meet challenges
 •  Increase in aircraft traffic over Ewa expected overnight
 •  Kaneohe Marine base set for ‘Lethal Breeze’
 •  Waimanalo boy reports being beaten for eating too much
 •  Waianae man arrested on suspicion of intimidating a witness
 •  Ewa, Ewa Beach residents asked to conserve water Friday night
 •  Early-morning blaze damages kitchen at I Love Country Cafe
 •  Garden Island publisher reassigned
 •  Maui police hosting town meetings
 •  MLB: Ordonez's ground ball to earn him $18 million from Tigers in 2010
 •  CBKB: UK reports minor basketball violations
 •  NFL: Bills CB McKelvin’s front lawn vandalized
 •  Prep football standings
 •  CFB: Boise State playmaking WR Austin Pettis sparks team with blocked punt
 •  NBA: Warriors’ Jackson fined for trade request
 •  NFL: Belichick says Mayo injury not season-ending
 •  CFB: USC-Ohio State game draws record TV audience
 •  NFL: Touchdown ruling hurt the Raiders on Monday night
 •  NBA: Sessions to fill Rubio’s shoes in Minnesota
 •  It’s a boy for Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard
 •  NFL: League holding off on suspending Saints' Smith, Grant
 •  CFB: UCLA suspends 4 for Kansas State game
 •  NFL: Chiefs coach unsure if Cassel will play Sunday
 •  NFL: Saints re-sign WR Courtney Roby
 •  NBA: Suns buy out contract of Sasha Pavlovic
 •  NFL: Eagles add Vick to 53-man roster; Baskett released
 •  CFB: Tressel’s honeymoon with Ohio State fans at an end?
 •  NFL: Indians ask Supreme Court if ’Redskins’ offends
 •  NBA: Heat's Riley, Spoelstra taking cuts in salary
 •  NFL: Eagles’ OT Shawn Andrews done for season
 •  MLB: Hampton to miss 2010 season after shoulder surgery
 •  MLB: Tigers to honor longtime broadcaster Ernie Harwell
 •  Basketball: Russia beats Macedonia, clinches spot in quarters
 •  Treatment of Oregon’s Blount and Serena differs
 •  Horses: Sheik pays $2.05 million for colt at Keeneland
 •  F1 driver who lost both legs targets Paralympics
 •  NFL: Adrian Peterson run draws raves
 •  CFB: Sarkisian preps Huskies for his old friends at USC
 •  Irish boxer who won bronze in Beijing dies at 27
 •  MLB: Lincecum helps Giants close in, but Rockies have their best coming up
 •  UH volleyball: Season-ticket holders get 50 percent off to this week's matches
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Dinner locations
 •  Tommy Bahama looking to expand to Japan
 •  Hawaii's first Babies “R” Us store opens in Pearl City
 •  Call for stories and photos of people of African Descent
 •  New FLUX Hawaii magazine to target 21 to 45 year olds
 •  Tube notes: 'Melrose Place,' 'Warehouse 13'
 •  Christian Siriano grows up at NY Fashion Week
 •  Butterfly prints star in Tam’s spring collection
 •  Rucci’s black-tie pieces shows fascination with Japanese culture
 •  National Book Festival: it's online and an Isle author is featured
 •  MVT adds another week of ‘Forbidden Broadway: SVU’
 •  Fair Elections Now Act deserves support

Local News
 •  Ho'olaule'a fosters harmony
 •  Voting machine rules ordered
 •  Funding details on rail campaign remain secret
 •  HSTA deal goes to Lingle
 •  Team effort to restore sand at Waikiki Beach Photo gallery Video
 •  Council targets sidewalk sleepers
 •  School bus fare may go up 114%
 •  'What are we for' message resonates
 •  Late-night incident puts man in hospital, 2 in jail
 •  Aquaculture farmers eligible for stimulus funds
 •  Community calendar
 •  Fire that broke out inside Denny's deemed accidental
 •  Guided-missile destroyers off to separate deployments
 •  Library wraps up Tuesday night series this month
 •  Man arrested after allegedly threatening to kill woman
 •  Smoke testing set for Enchanted Lake area
 •  State awarded $204,000 for increase in foster adoptions
 •  Group hopes to help Diamond Head shine Photo gallery Video
 •  Community TV facing uncertainty
 •  Obituaries
 •  'What are we for' message resonates

 •  Warriors mean business
 •  Marques was football coach and role model
 •  Foodland, customers raise $76K
 •  Danielson gets WAC honor
 •  Warriors mean business
 •  UH hopes for 50-50 fan base
 •  Marques was football coach and role model
 •  Foodland, customers raise $76K
 •  Canyon having grand time for Na Menehune football
 •  This Week
 •  Games on TV
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Girls volleyball standings
 •  Volleyball
 •  Football
 •  Patriots pull out 25-24 win Photo gallery
 •  Badgers still being bugged by flu
 •  Rivers helps Chargers defeat Raiders, 24-20 Photo gallery
 •  Bears' Urlacher to miss rest of season Photo gallery
 •  Giants stop Rockies
 •  Twins' Morneau done for season
 •  Federer crumbles against del Potro Photo gallery
 •  Powers surfs into fourth round
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Hawaii's passing of torch now complete

Island Life
 •  Traditions Photo gallery Video
 •  See how Scooby met the gang
 •  VMAs’ tensions real, relevant in America
 •  West apologizes again, plans time off

 •  Report ranks city's economy 19th best
 •  Wall Street warned against 'old ways'
 •  Dow recovers to end with moderate gain
 •  Hilo Hattie restructuring OK'd
 •  Isles' beef, pork, egg production drop
 •  China, U.S. may avoid trade war over tire tariff

 •  Court should clarify worth of years-old EIS
 •  Kulani needed to rehabilitate inmates
 •  Enough with the phony umbrage
 •  Health care