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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 11, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Neighbors fondly remember Hawaii veterinarian who died in plane crash
 •  Honolulu veterinarian, son were aboard plane that crashed near Palolo Video
 •  2 Kaneohe Marines die in Afghanistan
 •  Police investigate shooting near Waialee Beach Park
 •  Maui waterman hurt while surfing Jaws
 •  Ground broken for new gym, play courts in Ewa
 •  Homeowners may seek to opt out of solar water heating requirement
 •  Trial begins in freeway shooting that left Hawaii teen paralyzed
 •  Aloun Farms owners to plead guilty to labor abuse
 •  High surf closes beaches on Oahu's North Shore
 •  Two Kona men die when motorcycle strikes pedestrian
 •  Firefighters recover fallen hiker's body from Makaha Valley
 •  Hanauma Bay reopened
 •  Editorial editor Jeanne Mariani-Belding leaving The Advertiser
 •  Kauai warehouse fire causes $250,000 in damage
 •  Free H1N1 shots for University of Hawaii students on Thursday
 •  Openness sought from Hawaii Legislature
 •  KITV hires new managing editor
 •  Castle & Cooke Resorts wins Lanai water dispute
 •  Japan foreign minister visits Hawaii for military talks
 •  Television account executive named 2010 Narcissus Queen
 •  Pacific Heights fire intentionally set
 •  McGwire admits using steroids
 •  Pete Carroll leaves USC to coach Seahawks
 •  Utah State routs Rainbow Warriors, 98-54
 •  UH men's volleyball moves up to No. 8; USC still No. 1
 •  CFB: Carroll says challenge drove him from USC to NFL
 •  NBA: 3 more Wizards meet with authorities in gun query
 •  CVB: Setter Lauren Cook transfers from UCLA to Nebraska
 •  CFB: Report: Former USC coach claims addiction to meds
 •  NBA: Bucks’ Redd out for season with injured left knee
 •  Super Bowl ad prices fall; still most expensive
 •  MLB: Greg Maddux joins Cubs front office
 •  CFB: Bama LB McClain announces he’ll enter NFL draft
 •  NFL: Bucs’ safety Phillips accused of choking wife
 •  CFB: Three more stars leave Ga. Tech for NFL
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  MLB: Aroldis Chapman agrees to deal with Reds
 •  NFL: Mitchell leaves Redskins, accepts at Southern U
 •  CBKB: Texas is No. 1 for first time in AP poll
 •  CBKB: Wisconsin F Leuer breaks wrist, out indefinitely
 •  CBKB: Florida’s Dunlap, Maurkice Pouncey enter NFL draft
 •  CBKB: Jerry Wainwright fired as DePaul basketball coach
 •  NFL: Eagles coach Reid says McNabb will be back next year
 •  CFB: UW’s Sarkisian: USC hasn’t called me
 •  NBA: Jayson Williams pleads guilty in fatal NJ shooting
 •  NFL: Super Bowl ad prices fall; still cost millions
 •  Boxing: Uchiyama, Poonsawat win WBA title bouts
 •  Soccer: Radio: 2 arrests in attack on Togo team
 •  NFL: Warner sidestepping the retirement rumors
 •  NBA: Blazers' Webster battles the best in Kobe, then LeBron
 •  MLB: Giants agree to terms on one-year deal with Huff
 •  Auto racing: Schumacher's first drive will be GP2 car
 •  Soccer: Bus attack highlights security concerns in South Africa
 •  NFL: Vikings aware that Frazier is hot coaching prospect
 •  On this date: 1973 — The American League adopts the designated hitter rule
 •  Job fair set for Wednesday at the Blaisdell Center
 •  Visitor industry officials promote Islands at Dallas meeting
 •  More workers test positive last year for crystal meth, marijuana
 •  Famous Footwear to open Ward Centre store Feb. 6
 •  Free seminar of foreclosure prevention set for Saturday
 •  'Resilient Spirit’ exhibit at Honolulu Hale
 •  Lyon Arboretum: 'Furlough Friday’ program
 •  AAA Hawaii 2010 Four Diamonds awards announced
 •  Canada continues carry-on ban for U.S.-bound flights
 •  Transit: Time for silent majority to step up on rail

Local News
 •  Schatz enters crowded race
 •  Missing moon rocks turn up Photo gallery Video
 •  City rail committee didn't keep minutes
 •  Plane crashes near Palolo Photo gallery Video
 •  Another relatively safe year on road
 •  Aiona's gubernatorial campaign stresses 'balance'
 •  $13.3M plan for paved trails along Hilo coastline detailed
 •  1 of 2 suspects in sex assault, kidnapping case is arrested
 •  Hiker falls to his death trying to rappel down ledge
 •  Military convoy may slow traffic on some roads
 •  Watch Clinton's speech on East-West Center Web site
 •  Authorities struggling to free entangled humpback
 •  House fire, set by burglar, to be investigated by police
 •  'Opala piles up along Makaha road, as officials point fingers
 •  Obama shave ice will do, for now
 •  Property taxes on hold for cabins at Koke'e park
 •  Swarming jellyfish stinging swimmers
 •  Obituaries

 •  Ogilvy claims season-opener Photo gallery
 •  Warriors land tall, speedy receiver
 •  'Bows try to snap out of cold spell
 •  NBC projected to take huge loss on Olympics
 •  Warriors land tall, speedy receiver
 •  Sabbatini oh so close once again
 •  Mason's 68 tops Sony prequalifier
 •  Cards pull out OT thriller Photo gallery
 •  Ravens run wild in rout of Patriots Photo gallery
 •  Vols stun No. 1 Kansas
 •  LeBron helps shoo off Blazers
 •  Bode earns berth in Honolulu Challenger
 •  Report: Carroll to Seahawks
 •  Pacquiao to fight Clottey in Dallas
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Coast guardians
 •  Scientists hot on trail of shark teeth marks
 •  5 ways to eat healthfully in 2010
 •  'Empire State' strives to make it big in NYC
 •  Have a great story about your mom?
 •  Angie Yiyin Zhang is Narcissus Queen
 •  To kick off a healthier you, try raw food
 •  Enjoy Girl Scout cookies beyond dessert with these recipes
 •  To kick off a healthier you, try raw food
 •  Enjoy Girl Scout cookies beyond dessert with these recipes

 •  Study says health reform will save money, create jobs
 •  Devise a plan to successfully enter working-mom mode
 •  Ford's new focus paying off
 •  It's end of an era for John Dominis
 •  Fast-food chains beefing up their low-cal menus
 •  China now world's biggest exporter
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Cancer center deal benefits all stakeholders
 •  Iran's opposition lays out its goals
 •  Yemen's the target, not Afghanistan
 •  An expensive lesson: A gun is not a joke
 •  Eddie Hamada

 •  'Empire State' strives to make it big in NYC