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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 25, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Kaneohe Marine killed in Afghanistan
 •  Army to allow Hawaii war objector to resign
 •  Honolulu ready to ship trash to Washington
 •  Hawaii consumers warned of recalled longanisa sausage
 •  U.S. Pacific Fleet gets new commander Video
 •  8 rescues made as huge swell arrives on Oahu
 •  No new trial for 'Prince of Darkness,' Hilo judge rules
 •  Chiko’s Tavern fire in McCully ruled accidental
 •  Waipio Costco evacuated briefly because of refrigerant gas leak Video
 •  Hawai‘i Women’s Political Caucus announces new officers, board
 •  Ma’alaea ferry project gets $6.2M grant
 •  Free seminar addresses multigenerational homes in Hawaii
 •  Waialua High homecoming parade will close portions of town streets
 •  Hawaii a step closer to getting first female U.S. attorney
 •  Honolulu gets top award for financial reporting
 •  Hawaii councilwoman found in violation of ethics code
 •  Maui cement company offers reward after vandalism by front-end loader
 •  Former UH basketball player indicted over $5 million refund
 •  Hawaii high school football scoreboard
 •  No. 9 Iolani beats No. 6 Punahou in ILH football 35-12
 •  UH men's volleyball assistant coach Mason Kuo resigns
 •  NBA: Phil Jackson mulling distractions as Lakers open camp
 •  CFL brawl turns bizarre when lineman wields shovel
 •  MLB: Cards-Yanks in World Series, fans say in AP-KN poll
 •  MLB: Yankees, Rodriguez bruise Lester and Red Sox
 •  MLB: Rockies beat Cardinals 2-1 in 9th inning
 •  Boxing: Pascal retains WBC light heavyweight title
 •  MLB: Pirates stall Dodgers, win 3-1 behind 5 pitchers
 •  MLB: Red Sox's Lester leaves game after struck near right knee
 •  MLB: Renteria to miss the rest of the season
 •  Navy's Niumatalolo: Western Kentucky 'biggest game'
 •  MLB: Japan prime minister throws out first pitch
 •  CBKB: Binghamton releases 5 from basketball team
 •  MLB: NY student, teacher in Yankees-Red Sox feud
 •  NBA: Raptors F Bosh expected to miss start of camp
 •  NFL: Browns have brief locker room skirmish
 •  Soccer: UEFA investigating 40 cases of match-fixing
 •  NFL: Mora says Hasselbeck likely out for Seahawks
 •  Auto racing: Jimmie Johnson wins pole at Dover
 •  McNair's 2 oldest sons seek share of estate
 •  NFL: Eagles' McNabb doubtful vs. Chiefs
 •  NBA: Knicks bring back David Lee, Nate Robinson
 •  NBA: Beasley: Rehab 'lowest hour,' apologizes to Heat
 •  CFB: Tennessee coach Pearl apologizes for joke
 •  Track and field: Gay edges Powell to win South Korea meet
 •  Tennis: Federer pulls out of Japan Open, Shanghai Masters
 •  NFL: Texans WRs Johnson, Jones fined for fight
 •  Boxing: Mayweather-Marquez gets 1 million pay-per-view sales
 •  Auto racing: Danica Patrick to stay with IRL team, report says
 •  Track and field: South African track slammed for gender-flap inaction
 •  NHL: Flames release winger Fleury from training camp
 •  CFB: Taylor Mays expected to play for USC
 •  NFL: 49ers LB Patrick Willis’ virtue is simple: It’s easy to be humble
 •  NFL: 49ers QB Shaun Hill not pining for the old days
 •  NFL: Seattle WR says he could beat Bears CBs '95 percent' of time
 •  Autos: Patrick reaches agreement to stay with IRL team
 •  Omega extends Olympic sponsorship through 2020
 •  Soccer: Italy considers vaccinating players for swine flu
 •  This weekend's football games on TV
 •  NFL picks: Upset special: Lions win, 14-13
 •  Cycling: UCI boss vows ’endless’ fight on doping
 •  UH volleyball: Alumni get discount for Saturday's match vs. Idaho
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  ILH volleyball standings
 •  Prep football standings
 •  OIA volleyball standings
 •  Price Busters opens new party store in Windward Mall
 •  HVCB to promote Hawaii at Chicago travel industry conference
 •  Iolani School presents children's plays Oct. 17
 •  'Making Strides Against Breast Cancer' walk on Oct. 3
 •  'Stomp' returns to Honolulu in December
 •  Free Aloha Shorts holiday show taping Oct. 4
 •  Diamond Head Theatre offering ‘Theatre ABC's' on furlough Fridays
 •  Elevated system is best for Oçahu: Let’s move off the dime, and on with rail

Local News
 •  Cell phone scofflaws targeted
 •  Islam Day honors commonality Photo gallery Video
 •  Earlier problems at dorms noted
 •  Honolulu gets to use Leeward landfill site for only 3 more years
 •  Hawaii teacher furloughs will cut class time, not preparation days
 •  Waikiki natatorium should be torn down, task force decides
 •  Jobs restored for 22 state plant inspectors
 •  $40M in grounding repairs on Port Royal completed
 •  'Person of interest' in Waiawa fires identified
 •  Panel approves nomination of Nakakuni for U.S. attorney
 •  State must provide layoff criteria by end of month
 •  Councilwoman's gestures to speakers violate ethics code
 •  Hawaiian Cement offers reward in $3M vandalism
 •  Hearing on lawsuits over Kaloko Dam postponed
 •  Windward center marks Job Corps' 45th anniversary
 •  Expect traffic tie-ups due to school homecoming parade
 •  Boy, 14, arrested as suspect in robberies of younger boy
 •  Freeway encounter results in arrest of Wailupe man, 27
 •  Randy Quaid arrested over stiffing hotel Photo gallery
 •  Damien troop off to canonization Photo gallery
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Waikiki pool a memorial to neglect

 •  Good and bad news on injury front Photo gallery
 •  Pacific taps football pipeline in Hawaii Video
 •  Team Bradley favored for fifth straight title
 •  'Bows don't miss a beat in sweep Photo gallery
 •  Good and bad news on injury front Photo gallery
 •  UH shoots down Detroit-Mercy, 1-0 Video
 •  Pacific taps football pipeline in Hawaii Video
 •  Coaches' pay may be trimmed further
 •  Mules hope for fast start against Seariders
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Games on TV
 •  Fight different, but blood is real
 •  49ers' beefed-up O-line will be tested
 •  S. Carolina exposes No. 4 Ole Miss, 16-10
 •  Dodgers closing in on playoffs Photo gallery
 •  Tigers cushion lead in Central
 •  Gymnasts qualify for top national talent program
 •  Tiger's tip helps O'Hair in FedEx
 •  Berg, Bown help U.S. prevail
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Hold off Boise's coronation for now

Island Life
 •  Inside a diva's closet Photo gallery Video
 •  'Warriors' a stunning show of skill Photo gallery Video
 •  Whiter teeth, facials are free at Sephora
 •  Dead serious about fun music
 •  'Fame' theme song making its comeback
 •  Screening room
 •  'Fame' phenomenon lives on in latest remake
 •  Beautiful fragments form quest for identity
 •  'Loud' a compelling view of three guitarists
 •  The quickie way of being beautiful
 •  Park Yong-ha in concert here Oct. 17
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  The hot list

 •  Economists offer less grim outlook
 •  Moana Vista foreclosure auction on hold
 •  Bank revamps its mortgage set-up
 •  Visitor arrivals stable in August
 •  Clunker deals lift new-car registrations

 •  Businesses need protection from tax shock
 •  They multitask, but can't pay attention
 •  Rethinking goals in Afghanistan
 •  Remembering Irving Kristol
 •  Housing costs

 •  Dinomite! Video
 •  Mai Tai Rumble looking for the next big thing
 •  Pitchford's show-biz career started in Honolulu
 •  'Fame' theme song making its comeback
 •  Screening room
 •  'Fame' phenomenon lives on in latest remake
 •  Beautiful fragments form quest for identity
 •  'Loud' a compelling view of three guitarists
 •  Dead serious about fun music
 •  Variety reigns at pan-Asian 4 Kings Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  'Chaperone' lures Rampage back to stage
 •  Rock concerts take center stage
 •  Date book
 •  Ongoing events
 •  The hot list