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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 1, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Makiki man charged in woman's death at Nanakuli McDonald's
 •  Lingle and Hawaii Board of Education continue fight over teacher furloughs
 •  Record military budget proposed by Obama important for Hawaii
 •  2 teen sisters on Kauai reported missing
 •  5 Big Island officers promoted to sergeant
 •  Environmentalist group to sue over toxic paint at Midway Atoll
 •  Hannemann leads Abercrombie in campaign funds
 •  UH system enrollment hits record 55,761 for spring semester
 •  Sunken WWII submarine found
 •  UH basketball team to face Cal Poly Feb. 20 in BracketBusters sideline
 •  Lanai hit hard by economic downturn
 •  Construction debris leads to sewer spill on Palolo Avenue
 •  Mayor to dedicate new Kapolei Parkway
 •  Fire destroys Hana family home
 •  Fire causes nearly $95,000 damage to Big Island home
 •  Kobe Bryant becomes Lakers career scoring leader
 •  Florida receiver/kick returner accepts UH football scholarship
 •  Farrington's Fehoko narrows choices to Hawaii, Utah
 •  Rainbow Warriors to host Cal Poly in basketball
 •  UH football recruiting coordinator is Warrior Beat Show guest
 •  Warriors move into tie for No. 6 in national men's volleyball poll
 •  Streaming live video of Hawaii Letter of Intent Day event Wednesday
 •  North Shore's Jamie O'Brien wins Volcom Pipeline Pro
 •  OIA girls basketball playoffs dates moved
 •  OIA boys soccer playoffs schedule updated
 •  Pro Bowl's TV ratings highest since 2000
 •  Super Bowl: Betting may be up
 •  Super Bowl: Louisiana AG: Shops can sell 'Who Dat' shirts
 •  NFL: Bears hire Martz as offensive coordinator
 •  NHL: Crosby's 3 goals led Pens past Sabres 5-4
 •  CBKB: Frustrated Wall says he 'loves' Calipari
 •  Super Bowl: Saints had humble start in Big Easy
 •  Auto racing: Danica Patrick to appear on 'CSI: NY'
 •  MLB says Upper Deck cards is stealing trademarks
 •  NBA: Arenas writes op-ed piece for Washington Post
 •  Super Bowl: Security plan in place, Napolitano says
 •  Super Bowl: Soggy start to week
 •  Super Bowl: CBS sells out last ads; some at $3 million apiece
 •  Louganis, history’s greatest diver, turns 50
 •  NBA: Hornets' Paul out indefinitely with knee injury
 •  NBA: Bucks' Elson out 6 weeks after surgery
 •  MLB: Athletics get CF Willy Taveras from Reds
 •  Super Bowl: 'Ochocinco News Network' debuts
 •  CBKB: Kansas back at No. 1 in AP poll
 •  CBKB: UConn women No. 1 for record 37th straight week
 •  Auto racing: Mercedes reveals F1 car to Schumacher's delight
 •  NFL: Young making good on his promise to McNair family
 •  Cycling: Di Luca banned 2 years for doping
 •  Auto racing: Massa makes return to F1 testing after crash
 •  NFL: More players pledge to donate brain after death
 •  Federer, Serena Williams hold No. 1 rankings
 •  NFL’s free-agent market could be a real bore
 •  Super Bowl: Colts’ lineman goes from sub (teacher) to starter
 •  Super Bowl: LA megachurch hopes to win SB ad contest
 •  Tennis: Federer fetes victory with champagne celebration
 •  Autos: Massa returns to F1 after crash
 •  Prep basketball standings
 •  Dog show: American Kennel Club shows at Salt Lake Feb. 6-7
 •  UH basketball: Doubleheader deal for men, women games Feb. 6
 •  UH track: Manoa Mile fundraiser Feb. 6
 •  UH baseball: Grand Slam gala Feb. 15
 •  On this date: 2009 — Pittsburgh Steelers win a record sixth Super Bowl title
 •  First Hawaiian Bank promotes eight to senior vice president
 •  UH 'Manoa Mile’ fundraiser set for Saturday
 •  'Women's Stories' radio taping antidote to Super Bowl
 •  Honolulu Theatre for Youth to premiere ‘Swim Club’
 •  ‘First Friday’ tied to Chinese New Year
 •  Mardi Gras Madness Feb. 16 at Gordon Biersch
 •  Former Isle chef-student featured in book on famed culinary competition
 •  Streamlining construction can speed jobs

Local News
 •  1 killed at drive-through
 •  Hiker's death a 'big loss' for many Video
 •  Science, engineering fair in dire straits
 •  Hawaii public utility commissioners clash
 •  Fewer Hawaiian monk seal pups
 •  Oahu base merger concerns
 •  For eye surgeon, 1981 fair had 'huge impact'
 •  Medical van may serve Ka'u, South Kona residents
 •  Fire at 1-bedroom home causes $95,000 in damage
 •  Bill would let county mayors hire, fire personnel directors
 •  Warning signs posted after 2,700-gallon wastewater spill
 •  H-1 commuters will get relief, but not for 2 years
 •  Slack key CD takes Grammy Photo gallery Video
 •  Time to consider legalizing marijuana
 •  Berg runs for lieutenant governor
 •  Kokua Festival is on for April 23-24
 •  Obituaries

 •  Yap switches pledge to Hawaii
 •  Soaking up sun part of game plan
 •  Barley making believers at Pipe Video
 •  Saying aloha to 'Iolani icon Photo gallery
 •  'Bows found a fire in frigid Nevada
 •  Yap switches pledge to Hawaii
 •  Saying aloha to 'Iolani icon Photo gallery
 •  Punahou, Kailua girls awarded top seeds
 •  Crane newsworthy again
 •  Schaub, AFC reign in Miami Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii's Kreutz on All-Decade squad
 •  Lakers push past Celtics, 90-89
 •  Federer enjoys sweet 16th Grand Slam title
 •  Russell captures Honolulu event
 •  Hummel leads No. 10 Purdue over Penn State
 •  Vonn wins super-G, takes season crown
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Beyoncé's night
 •  'Dr. Sustainability' shares tips
 •  Install a solar water heater, get a $750 rebate
 •  Scott Brown wants daughter back on 'Idol'
 •  For the Environment
 •  Bread comes stuffed with mushrooms and more
 •  Bread comes stuffed with mushrooms and more

 •  Kyo-ya adds Maui resort to upgrades
 •  Keeping businesses in line
 •  Workers can benefit by taking responsibility for errors
 •  Toyota seeks to reassure customers
 •  Coming events

 •  Pointless rail spat wastes public resources
 •  Ruling's true impact may be small
 •  Mentally ill may get more assistance
 •  Stray animals and the poor
 •  UHPA contract