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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 30, 2009

Breaking News
 •  Hawaii relief team heads to Pago Pago Video
 •  Huge wave came 'like a monster'
 •  Survivors emerge as help reaches Samoan islands
 •  Samoan community asks for prayers, donations
 •  Hawaii National Guard sends supplies, personnel to help relief effort
 •  Hawaii Red Cross workers deploying to American Samoa
 •  Hawaiian Air flies mercy mission; regular flights resume tomorrow Video
 •  Players with NFL's Bengals tracking family in Samoa
 •  American Samoa governor's office seeks donations of food
 •  Hawaii Red Cross collecting Disaster Relief Fund donations
 •  General fund revenues overstated; Hawaii faces extra $36.8M shortfall
 •  U.S. military to investigate battle in Afghanistan that left Aiea man dead
 •  Ed Kubo among Hawaii nominees to fill vacancy on First Circuit Court
 •  Weather service warns of dangerous brushfire conditions
 •  'South Pacificí star Mitzi Gaynor returns to Kauai
 •  Woman chases down car break-in suspect near Ala Moana
 •  Waipahu man, 35, suspected of weapons offense
 •  Girl, 15, says pimp kidnapped her, forced her into prostitution in Waikiki
 •  Man in critical condition after near-drowning on North Shore
 •  OHA announces new chief operating officer
 •  Stabbing at Mayor Wright leaves man in serious condition
 •  Hawaii Sen. Sakamoto to run for lieutenant governor
 •  Kapiolani Park stabbing suspect released
 •  Louisiana Tech runs over Warriors, 27-6; Alexander injured
 •  Kahuku-Farrington football game moved back to Roosevelt
 •  Ex-Warrior Mouton replaced as Titans' kick returner
 •  Warriors-LATech kick off 2 p.m. on ESPN2 (21, 224, 1224 HD)
 •  CFB: Boise State making case for BCS title berth
 •  CFB AP predictions: Miami, Cal look to rebound in big games
 •  CFB: Big East vs Big 12 in 2010 bowl at Yankee Stadium
 •  MLB: Indians fire manager Eric Wedge
 •  Olympics: Michelle Obama arrives in Copenhagen for IOC vote
 •  NBA: LeBron, Shaq enjoying honeymoon with Cavaliers
 •  CFB: Terrifying weight room accident spurs concern
 •  NFL: Bulger misses practice but not yet ruled out
 •  NFL: Mora: Donít expect QB Hasselbeck or OT Jones on Sunday
 •  NFL: Fox sticking with Delhomme as Panthers starting QB
 •  CFB: University begins probe into Locksley fight
 •  NFL: Former players report higher rates of dementia, study suggests
 •  NHL: Hurricanes sign Cam Ward to 6-year, $37 million deal
 •  NFL: Anderson back at QB for Browns
 •  CFB: Meyer says Tebow looking 'terrific' after concussion
 •  Auto racing: Patrick's future with IRL? She's not saying much
 •  NFL: Vick to repay $416,000 to pension plan
 •  Tennis: Sharapova reaches quarters at Pan Pacific Open
 •  Note to Tebow: Real men wonít shrug off concussions
 •  MLB: Giantsí owner should welcome back Bochy and Sabean but with few tweaks
 •  Olympics: VIPs converge on Copenhagen to help sway IOC vote
 •  Olympics: Some Chicago residents hoping bid a bust
 •  Olympics: Pele, Cielo back Rio bid for 2016 Games
 •  Olympics: Rio preparing big party for announcement
 •  Olympics: Delivery company UPS joins London 2012 sponsorship
 •  Football odds: Louisiana Tech favored over UH by 4
 •  MLB: Giantsí Penny expects bigger and better things in the future
 •  Tennis: Jankovic advances to quarters at Pan Pacific Open
 •  UH sports: Ticket stubs bring big discount at Big City Diner locations
 •  OIA volleyball standings
 •  Soccer: Serbians mourn beating death of young French fan
 •  ILH volleyball standings
 •  This week's top auto races
 •  On this date: 1972 ó Roberto Clemente collects his 3,000th and last career hit
 •  Family sues Hilton Hawaiian Village over lagoon death
 •  Medical association gets $750K grant to expand digital record keeping
 •  Hoku shares soar on news of sale of stake to Chinese firm
 •  Matson to cut fuel surcharge for first time since last fall
 •  Jamba Juice introduces flatbread pizzas to Hawaii stores

Local News
 •  UH shuts down Gartley Hall
 •  $130,000 collected to assist libraries
 •  Accomplice points to defendant as shooter
 •  American Samoa's governor copes with disaster from Hawaii Photo gallery Video
 •  Some Hawaii parents plan to hire teachers to work furlough days
 •  Hawaii poverty rate rose last year by 15,000 people to 9.1%
 •  Regional issues put before ocean panel
 •  We must pay or lose state services
 •  Sakamoto to seek state's No. 2 post
 •  Pictures of 'meth mouth' show teens drug's dangers Video
 •  $150 million in road work planned for next 18 months Video
 •  Hawaiian Telcom warns of another telemarketing scam
 •  Man hospitalized after stabbing at Mayor Wright
 •  Nakakuni confirmed as U.S. attorney for Hawaii
 •  Police release man who was arrested Monday in stabbing
 •  Community calendar
 •  Quake-born waves devastate Samoas Photo gallery Video
 •  Tsunami forecasts quicker, more accurate
 •  Obituaries
 •  We must pay or lose state services

 •  UH prepares for worst
 •  Warriors tweaking lineup
 •  Pacific soccer gets big kicks from Hawaii pair
 •  Warriors tweaking lineup
 •  UH prepares for worst
 •  Practice site may benefit recruiting
 •  No. 7 HBA upends No. 2 Kamehameha Photo gallery
 •  Preps standings and statistics
 •  Games on TV
 •  Prep schedule
 •  No. 13 lucky number for two-time winner
 •  Pigskin picks
 •  USC back recovering
 •  Mercury outlast Fever, 120-116
 •  Red Sox back into playoffs
 •  Bubbly still on ice for Dodgers
 •  Tigers keep Central lead
 •  Dolphins lose QB for rest of season
 •  Miyajima in 33rd at qualifier
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Warriors could lose their shirts with loss

Island Life
 •  Colorful performances drive engaging court drama
 •  Rather's lawsuit against CBS tossed out
 •  A naan issue
 •  Braise meat quickly to avoid kitchen heat
 •  Herb-baked eggs recipe good enough to blog on
 •  Crispy noodles add texture to stir-fry dish
 •  Naan can be baked without tandoor
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Turn extra zucchini into cupcakes
 •  Food fete will celebrate renovation
 •  Odds and ends: 'Ono fried 'ulu, epic wok quest

 •  Chinese company to buy 60% of Hoku
 •  Moana Vista deal averts foreclosure sale
 •  Market slumps with confidence index
 •  Health-cost crisis predicted
 •  Aloha Tower welcomes 2 new stores

 •  Isles must keep up pace in pandemic plans
 •  Invest in public universities, again
 •  Get over those tired old arguments
 •  Teachers' contract leaves keiki behind
 •  We must pay or lose state services
 •  Street repairs

 •  Colorful performances drive engaging court drama