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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for February 8, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Superferry-like military vessels may be based in Hawaii; Army to conduct EIS
 •  Fasi memorial set for March 3 in Hawaii
 •  Motorcyclist dies in Big Island crash
 •  Coast Guard spots life rafts from burned fishing vessel
 •  5 men safe after boat sinks off Maui
 •  Jellyfish influx closes Hanauma Bay
 •  DHS cost-cutting could include 200 jobs, union says
 •  Help sought finding missing Big Island woman
 •  FBI warns Hawaii residents about scam e-mails
 •  OHA awards $2 million in community grants
 •  Halawa Heights woman accused of breaking girl’s arm
 •  Waialae Iki woman arrested after tussle with boyfriend, police officer
 •  Judge calls off hearing regarding masseuse for Northern Mariana Islands governor
 •  Lanai residents hope county will reopen island's only swimming pool
 •  Akaka bill to be debated Wednesday at UH law school
 •  Firefighters rescue disoriented Japanese student off trail
 •  Djou now a 'contender,' GOP congressional committee says
 •  Mayor to talk transit, jobs and the economy
 •  Marine 'Mud Ops' to help endangered birds next week
 •  Motorcyclist injured in freeway crash
 •  UH men's volleyball drops to No. 8
 •  Colts are 7-1 favorites to win 2011 Super Bowl
 •  McMackin will be guest on Tuesday Warrior Beat Show
 •  Saints-Colts Super Bowl most watched show in TV history
 •  Autos: Danica Patrick signs on for Nationwide race
 •  NBA: Cavaliers remove water fountains from home arena
 •  NFL: Raiders hire Pendergast as assistant
 •  MLB: Yankees add Thames, finalize Winn
 •  NBA: Snowed-out Hawks-Wizards rescheduled for March 11
 •  NBA: Pacers C Foster out for season with back injury
 •  NFL: Colts hope loss fuels another Super Bowl run
 •  College: Judge OK’s former UCLA player lawsuit against NCAA
 •  NFL: Giants awarded OT Herb Taylor on waivers
 •  Super Bowl sets record with 48 minutes of ads
 •  College wrestling: Appeals court: Women can sue UC Davis
 •  NFL: Browns release WR Stallworth
 •  NFL future: Spotlight off the field
 •  Olympics: Schwarzenegger, Coe to run Vancouver torch relay
 •  MLB: White Sox unretire Aparicio’s No. 11 for Vizquel
 •  NBA: Kaman named to replace Roy in All-Star game
 •  Sailing: America's Cup opener postponed by unsteady wind
 •  CBKB: Nebraska moves up to No. 3 in women's Top 25 poll
 •  CBKB: Kansas still No. 1; Mountain West has 3 in Top 25
 •  Super Bowl: A hoarse Who Dat Nation savors Saints' victory
 •  Preps: Alabama students angle for fishing as high school sport
 •  Auto racing: Patrick to make NASCAR debut at Daytona
 •  Payton, Brees bask in glory of New Orleans' title
 •  Too bad Payton can’t be MVP of Super Bowl
 •  Super Bowl: Gutsy onside kick turned the game around for Saints
 •  Saints fans can take bags off their heads; Manning may need to put one on
 •  NBA: Bobcats C Chandler close to return, won’t start
 •  Ex-UH basketball player's H-O-R-S-E video picked among best by nba.com
 •  UH baseball: Grand Slam gala Feb. 15
 •  On this date: 1936 — Jay Berwanger is the first player ever selected in the NFL draft
 •  State to delay tax refunds
 •  Makena Beach & Golf Resort to be sold at foreclosure auction
 •  Pacifica condo developer reports selling 138 units over the weekend
 •  Hawaiian Airlines adds seasonal flights from West Coast
 •  Maui home and condo sales experience big swings in January
 •  A.M. Best reaffirms 'A' rating for First Insurance
 •  ‘Prairie Home’ encore in high-def
 •  REVIEW: 'Swim Club' is inviting
 •  Local literature served at Mercury Bar
 •  Kauai woman will represent Isles in Pillsbury Bake-Off
 •  Food Network launches new magazine
 •  Contemporary Museum to open four new installations
 •  Statewide fireworks ban only way to protect public

Local News
 •  Crash victim unidentified Video
 •  Isle Vietnamese hail Year of Tiger Photo gallery Video
 •  New anti-hazard law gives residents hope Video
 •  Hawaii charges ahead with electric vehicles Video
 •  Census seeks full count of Hawaii Video
 •  Teach for America makes mark in Hawaii
 •  Jellyfish arrival forces closure of Hanauma Bay
 •  Broken main repaired after affecting businesses, traffic
 •  Marines' 'Mud Ops' aimed at improving birds' habitat
 •  Water main breaks, leaving townhomes without service
 •  Reifurth unanimously OK'd as state appeals court judge
 •  Eastbound motorcyclist crashes on H-1 Freeway
 •  Legislators should heed ex-governors on schools
 •  Book's special gift the story of Kailua
 •  Know any everyday heroes?
 •  Isles' drought worst in U.S.
 •  Legislation banning foie gras advances through committee
 •  Community calendar
 •  Obituaries

 •  Saints, dat’s who! Photo gallery
 •  UH out of whack as losses keep mounting
 •  Punahou, Mid-Pac earn top seeds
 •  Punahou, Mid-Pac earn top seeds
 •  Victory vaults Stricker to No. 2
 •  Super Bowl XLIV: Statistics
 •  Porter delivers clincher for Saints Photo gallery
 •  Manning misfire dooms rally
 •  Ex-NFL star Sapp out of Miami Beach jail
 •  Magic zap Celtics
 •  U.S. reaches Fed Cup semis
 •  No. 3 Syracuse men surge past Cincy
 •  Sanctions against Florida State upheld
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'Green' bags go local
 •  Make your next getaway eco-friendly
 •  Rally aims at cutting plastic pollution
 •  Daughtry show unites Super Bowl fans
 •  Literature served at Mercury Bar
 •  Let the superstition Games begin
 •  Staying on track's a matter of time
 •  For the environment
 •  You say yummy, we say umami
 •  Pickle soup turns skeptic into fan
 •  You say yummy, we say umami
 •  Pickle soup turns skeptic into fan

 •  Bills aim to restore jobs in Film Office
 •  Face-to-face networking still the best way to land a job
 •  Triumph by single mom raises issue for employers
 •  Cybersecurity sitting pretty
 •  Toyota to fix brakes on U.S. Prius models
 •  Coming events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Media pioneer left mark in political arena
 •  Ruling shows need for clean elections
 •  Obama accentuates the positive
 •  Black men and military history
 •  Frank Fasi