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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 4, 2010

Breaking News
 •  May 1 is earliest Hawaii could hold special election for Abercrombie's seat
 •  Kathryn Matayoshi hopes to make Hawaii school superintendent job permanent
 •  Hawaii teachers told that school system will be 'staying the course'
 •  Abercrombie sets February 28 as resignation date
 •  Former Rightstar executive sentenced
 •  Oahu police issue five times more fireworks citations than last year
 •  Faculty union files grievance over University of Hawaii pay cuts
 •  Staffing shortage shuts Hanalei, Kilauea redemption centers
 •  Part of Maui road to close for improvements
 •  Guam murder conviction in 1999 death overturned
 •  Judge dismisses challenge to Mauna Kea plan
 •  Waimanalo man, 22, identified as victim in New Year's Day shooting
 •  Pearl Harbor-based guided-missile destroyer deploys tomorrow
 •  New swell bringing big waves
 •  Unoccupied structure on Big Island destroyed by fire
 •  Legendary Iolani football coach Eddie Hamada dies
 •  Rainbow Warriors win first WAC game of season
 •  Boise State pulls out 17-10 Fiesta Bowl win
 •  Warrior volleyball players guests on Warrior Beat Show tomorrow
 •  Punahou offensive lineman Crabb verbally commits to Colorado
 •  Mayor Hannemann's statement on Eddie Hamada's death
 •  Bills fire entire coaching staff
 •  WAC basketball: Nevada holds of New Mexico State 77-67
 •  WAC basketball: Louisiana Tech runs past Utah State 82-60
 •  WAC basketball: San Jose State beats Idaho 78-75
 •  MLB: Red Sox and Beltre close to 1-year deal, source says
 •  NFL: Teams looking ahead, coaches looking for work
 •  CFB: Georgia Tech, Iowa set for Orange Bowl
 •  NFL: Giants fire defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan
 •  NFL: Shanahan flies to DC to discuss Redskins job
 •  NFL: Ex-chair of brain panel denies link to disease
 •  NFL: Fiancee says Chris Henry jumped, didn't fall
 •  MLB: Rockies, Olivo agree to $2.5 million, 1-year deal
 •  CFB: Political action group to run ad promoting college football playoff
 •  Boxing: Pacquiao-Mayweather fight dispute headed for mediation
 •  NFL: Union, league could discuss rookie wage scale
 •  NBA: Arenas meets with authorities on guns in locker
 •  NFL: Dolphins' QB White out of hospital
 •  CBKB: Kansas still No. 1 in AP college basketball poll
 •  Tennis: Henin returns with win at Brisbane International
 •  Boxing: Holyfield's fight against Botha postponed
 •  NBA: Down seven key players, Trail Blazers recall Mills from D-League
 •  CFB: Forget the statistics, Cody is still a big deal for Alabama
 •  NBA: Arenas’ practical joke backfiring on him and league
 •  NFL: After all the ups and downs, 49ers hardly budged, finishing 8-8
 •  NFL: Bruce’s final game? Niners receiver has short day in finale
 •  On this date: 1976 — Dallas Cowboys first wild-card team to make it to the Super Bowl
 •  Oahu home sales rose last month as prices fell
 •  State issues preliminary order against fundraiser
 •  Tesoro shares rise on Wall Street report
 •  Marriott hitting the road again to promote vacations here
 •  California firm wins engineering contract for Kona project
 •  Horizon makes change in Oakland terminal operations
 •  Narcissus queen to be crowned this week
 •  Bollywood fest returning to Doris Duke
 •  ‘Aloha Shorts’ salutes Filipino writers
 •  Presentation: Khmer Rouge legal aftermath
 •  Aquarium talk probes microscopic realm
 •  'Mighty Mo,’ USS Arizona histories detailed
 •  Socialite daughter of New York Jets owner has died
 •  Rail transit: Hearings need strict environmental focus

Local News
 •  Alcohol blamed in death Photo gallery Video
 •  Driver for 'Lost' pleads guilty
 •  Landfill proposal blasted
 •  President Obama and his family leave Isles after Hawaii vacation Video
 •  Hawaii schools chief: Resignation personal
 •  Hawaii will probably hold public hearings on Honolulu rail transit
 •  Slain Hilo woman 'always cheerful'
 •  Council may restrict use of emergency water faucets
 •  Crews still battling blazes at Kealakekua, Hökükano
 •  Reminder issued on keeping distance from humpbacks
 •  Injured hiker from Seattle rescued from Kalalau Valley
 •  Japanese tourist who died in accident was Tokyo woman
 •  Hearing set for man charged with kidnapping girlfriend
 •  Brushfires, rescue of hiker keep firefighters on the go
 •  Why you should care about 'ainokea'
 •  Lawyer, patron of arts Galen Leong
 •  Obituaries

 •  'Bows hope to bowl over Broncos
 •  McGahee carries Baltimore past Oakland, 21-13 Photo gallery
 •  Flashing that winning smile
 •  Jets, Ravens clinch final playoff slots Photo gallery
 •  Ravens, Jets in; Steelers fall short Photo gallery
 •  Browns 23, Jaguars 17
 •  Falcons 20, Buccaneers 10
 •  Bears 37, Lions 23
 •  Titans 17, Seahawks 13
 •  49ers 28, Rams 6
 •  Chiefs 44, Broncos 24
 •  Packers 33, Cardinals 7
 •  Panthers 23, Saints 10
 •  Chargers 23, Redskins 20
 •  Steelers 30, Dolphins 24
 •  Vikings 44, Giants 7
 •  Bills 30, Colts 7
 •  Texans 34, Patriots 27
 •  Miami QB White leaves on stretcher Photo gallery
 •  Cowboys claim East Photo gallery
 •  Lakers rout Mavericks
 •  USC to forfeit wins; faces postseason ban
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Chance to set BCS landscape ablaze

Island Life
 •  Simple tips to live the green life
 •  Green-waste collection accepts trees
 •  The Roots redefine the TV-show band
 •  'Avatar' surpasses $1 billion worldwide Photo gallery
 •  For the environment

 •  Ching Foundation steps up Isle giving
 •  Post-layoff venting clears your head before new job hunt
 •  Electronics show builds buzz
 •  Two more ships are hijacked off Somalia
 •  2009 meltdown doomed Ponzi schemes
 •  Coming events

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