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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 23, 2009

Breaking News
 •  OHA plan calls for job cuts, turning assets to new Hawaiian government
 •  Last sugar plantation on Kauai closing next month
 •  UH professor indicted on sex assault charges
 •  Officer helps woman out of burning Kailua house
 •  Queen's 1,000th robotic surgery scheduled for tomorrow
 •  Pepper spray sickens Honolulu police workers
 •  Hawaii teacher furlough days won't affect after-school athletic events
 •  3 indicted in beating of Waipahu man
 •  Lingle says HSTA vote reflects 'shared sacrifice'
 •  $70M contract awarded for Big Island ordnance removal
 •  Mililani man, 20, indicted in connection with kidnapping of two teen girls
 •  Smokestack at Children's Discovery Center to have playful new look Video
 •  Papahanaumokuakea monument forms marine partnership with Kiribati
 •  Sales close soon for Lanakila Meals on Wheels benefit
 •  Plan drafted to protect endangered Laysan duck
 •  Lifeguards urge caution as large northwest swell approaches
 •  Hawaii Supreme Court suspends Hilo lawyer-historian Curtis Narimatsu
 •  Kaneohe woman arrested on suspicion of forgery
 •  Kalihi man, 47, arrested as sex assault suspect
 •  Two boys struck by turning car in Waipahu
 •  Utility work on School Street begins today
 •  Kauai police chief says he won't seek top job with HPD
 •  Honolulu police seek public's help in identifying mini mart robbers
 •  MLB: Fielder hits 42nd homer to take majors RBI lead
 •  Ice in Greenland, Antarctica in 'runaway' melt mode
 •  Hawaii's Clarissa Chun places ninth in wrestling world championships
 •  UH basketball game on Nov. 16 to be shown on ESPN2
 •  Rainbow Wahine add assistant basketball coach
 •  MLB: Cox to retire as Braves manager after next season
 •  UH volleyball: Alumni get discount for Saturday's match vs. Idaho
 •  NBA: Yao encouraged by recovery
 •  NFL: Chargers C Hardwick has surgery, out 8 weeks
 •  Tighter security for Michigan, Pirates games
 •  NFL: Portis says all Redskins are on the 'hot seat'
 •  Golf: Ochoa trying to hang on to No. 1 ranking
 •  NFL: Cowboys' Adams fined $12,500 for plays vs. Giants
 •  NFL: Vick ready for first regular-season game
 •  NBA, players union wrap up second meeting
 •  NFL: League has no plans to lighten blackout rules
 •  NBA: N.J. Nets, Russia's richest man agree to deal
 •  College football picks: Miami trying to make it 'back' vs. Va. Tech
 •  CFB: Quarterback controversies popping up in Pac-10
 •  NFL gets more time in Vikings suspensions case
 •  Olympics: Bryan Clay among Chicago 2016 delegation making pitch in Denmark
 •  CFB: Washington State begins drive for stadium upgrade
 •  NFL: Bucs sign Corey Lynch, Marcus Hamilton
 •  Cycling: Kristin Armstrong wins time trial world title
 •  Auto racing: NASCAR to allow testing at regional tracks
 •  NFL: Tom Brady declines comment on $1 million lawsuit
 •  NFL: Favre says NFL fines for Jets were 'very unfair'
 •  Tennis: Henin to debut new serve for Australian Open
 •  Tennis: Possible Nadal-Federer showdown in 2010 Davis Cup
 •  CBKB: Kansas' Tyshawn Taylor hurt in scuffle, source says
 •  NFL: If linebacker Sims is out, it’s Dizon or Levy for Lions
 •  CFB: USC’s Barkley remains limited; Corp seeks redemption; Carroll has no answers
 •  CFB: Lane Kiffin still throwing jabs at foes after loss
 •  NFL: Dolphins leave themselves open to serious second-guessing
 •  NFL: Chiefs’ Cassel can’t count on starting if he doesn’t produce
 •  NFL: Rams are 0-2, but the vibe is different these days
 •  NFL: Cowboys fans split on value of standing-room plan
 •  MLB: China training center opened to find new talent
 •  Track and field: Tyson Gay runs a slow 10.13 in 100 at Japan meet
 •  MLB: Expect Giants’ Lincecum and Wilson to get hefty raises
 •  MLB: Giants’ grasp on hope slowly slipping away with latest loss
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  OIA volleyball standings
 •  ILH volleyball standings
 •  NBA calendar: Training camps open Saturday for some teams
 •  American Airlines raises capital as it pursues JAL stake
 •  Marriott International to write off $760M on its timeshare business
 •  Contractor to resume construction on Hoku's Idaho silicon plant
 •  Celebrate community at the Windward Hoolaulea Saturday
 •  Cast Off Hunger! catamaran sail Saturday benefits Save the FoodBasket
 •  Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace set for Oct. 3
 •  Nominate Hawaii residents for 'Spirit of Aloha' award until Oct. 2
 •  All Angels Animal Blessing at St. Michael's, Lihue, returns Oct. 4
 •  Super Jazz Guitars play Doris Duke Saturday
 •  “National Parks” series spotlights Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
 •  ‘One Night’ wins Showdown in Chinatown
 •  Bill marks start of solution to B&B dispute

Local News
 •  Soldier charged with murder
 •  Kauai police chief decides not to seek Honolulu post
 •  Corruption allegations rejected
 •  Hawaii teachers agree to 17 furlough days — a 7.9% loss in pay Photo gallery Video
 •  'Barbarian Princess' film title raises some hackles in Hawaii
 •  Honolulu council's zoning panel approves bill to lift B&B ban
 •  Getting unions' vote, via Guam
 •  Couple guilty of attempted murder for starving daughter Photo gallery
 •  Job fair draws thousands Photo gallery Video
 •  KTA may hold off on renovating store
 •  $232K awarded in Maui Lani lawsuit
 •  Pedestrian-bike pathway will be finished this year
 •  Lihu'e man dies in pickup crash on Kaumuali'i Sunday
 •  Man suffers from apparent electrical shock, fall at store
 •  Ailing man airlifted from Carnival Spirit cruise ship
 •  Community calendar
 •  Kalihi murder suspect charged in separate case
 •  Police seek 2 suspects in Chevron Mini Mart robbery
 •  Utility work through Oct. 7 will slow School St. traffic
 •  House votes to extend jobless benefits
 •  Hawaii not seen as target in plot
 •  Obituaries
 •  Getting unions' vote, via Guam

 •  UH lands defensive end
 •  Staying motivated vital for Rainbows
 •  Miyashiro digs deep to elevate Huskies
 •  Pigskin Picks
 •  UH lands defensive end
 •  No. 5 'Aiea sweeps through Mililani
 •  Standings and statistics
 •  Prep notices
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Hayashi wins major event
 •  Kailua paddlers come of age Photo gallery Video
 •  Cassel still Chiefs' choice
 •  No. 1 Florida battling bug
 •  Yankees earn berth in playoffs
 •  Cardinals two from title
 •  Terry a three-time winner
 •  Sportswire Isch fills in as boss of NCAA
 •  USA volleyball sweeps Mexico
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Odd illnesses can hurt relationships
 •  Isle filmmakers join Japan workshop
 •  Book on Pat Tillman has political tones
 •  New book details ups and downs of Obama marriage
 •  In recession, readers are buying sexy paperbacks as cheap entertainment
 •  ‘Friday Night Lights’ author takes shot at NBA star LeBron James
 •  Check yourself on the Rude-o-Meter
 •  Home-cooked success
 •  It's season for eating moon cakes
 •  Pasta from scratch can be simple
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  My tasting notes from a winery wedding and tour
 •  Shepherd's pie without the bloat
 •  See 'Popo's Kitchen' author in action
 •  Shrimp dish, butter sauce wow taste buds

 •  Big Isle economy looks 'pretty bleak'
 •  50 cattle become 51 on way to Hawaii
 •  GM adds shifts at 3 factories
 •  'Silver Week' golden to Hawaii at holiday's end Photo gallery
 •  Stocks bounce back to near 10,000 mark
 •  Papaya crop up in July, down for year
 •  Former airline CEO backs tarmac delay bill

 •  HOPE offers benefits for justice system
 •  Net neutrality still essential
 •  Obama's search for strategy in Afghanistan
 •  All the rage
 •  Civil unions issue remains political divider
 •  Getting unions' vote, via Guam
 •  Islam Day