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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 6, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Lingle rejects, again, deal that would have cut Hawaii teacher furloughs
 •  UH, faculty union agree to reopen salary negotiations
 •  Waipahu man to be arraigned on second-degree murder charge
 •  Pearl Harbor to get new submarine
 •  Child abuse case opened in Maui fireworks incident
 •  Oahu lifeguards urge extreme caution Video
 •  Unruly passenger on Hawaii-bound flight released without charges
 •  Hawaii high-surf warning extended to Friday
 •  Marine experts search for entangled whale off Kona
 •  State seeks bids for $125 million of roadway work
 •  Pali Lookout fall victim identified
 •  New center will highlight history of White House
 •  Ulu Ko Park on Kauai closing Monday for improvements
 •  Hawaii teachers recognized at White House ceremony
 •  $1.9M to fund Hawaii wildlife refuge projects
 •  Single-vehicle crash closes Waikiki-bound lanes on Ala Moana Video
 •  Big Island council panel rejects pot resolution
 •  Police investigating injuries to 3-month-old boy
 •  2 men injured in collision on Maui
 •  Big Island police seeking missing 19-year-old woman
 •  Waikiki Health Center receives $24,000 grant for pediatric services
 •  Rainbow Wahine drop WAC opener
 •  CFB: Unbeaten Boise State out of the mix — for now
 •  Gilbert Arenas indefinitely suspended by NBA
 •  Finally, Dawson elected to Hall; Blyleven, Alomar just shy
 •  NFL: Haley sounds interested in Charlie Weis for Chiefs
 •  NFL: Tom Brady wins AP Comeback Player award
 •  NFL: WR/KR Harvin is top offensive rookie
 •  CFB column: Will government intervene in BCS mess?
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  NFL: Instant replay rules tweaked
 •  CFB: Phillips introduced as Kentucky football coach
 •  CFB: TE Hernandez leaving Florida early for NFL draft
 •  CFB: UCLA DT Price to skip senior season for NFL draft
 •  NFL: Patriots place WR Welker on IR with knee injury
 •  NFL: Childress: Frazier to interview for Bills job
 •  NFL: Police won’t charge Henry’s fiancee in death
 •  NFL: Coughlin fires Giants D-line coach Mike Waufle
 •  NFL: Shanahan debuts as Redskins coach, executive VP
 •  CFB: Texas mascot Bevo in California for BCS game
 •  CFB: Penn St. DE Hayes decides against 6th year
 •  Soccer: Freddy Adu joins Greek club Aris on loan
 •  NFL: Police: Ex-Lion Rogers arrested, due back in court
 •  Tennis: Roddick beats Ball, advances to quarterfinals
 •  NFL: Super Bowl postgame doesn’t come cheap
 •  CFB: Texas Longhorns’ Brown: no need to apologize for pay raise
 •  CFB: After tough loss, Georgia Tech trio weighing NFL vs. returning to school
 •  CFB: Demeanor debate: Tide serious, Longhorns giddy
 •  NFL: Houston’s Cushing is AP top defensive rookie
 •  On this date: 1994 — Nancy Kerrigan attacked at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships
 •  Business plan competition set for non-profit groups
 •  Japan Airlines reports New Years travel to Hawaii
 •  Nasdaq delisting Mesa Air Group's stock
 •  Kihei project gets refinancing
 •  Maui, Honolulu among top travel destinations for 2010
 •  Veneer plant for Big Island lines up financing
 •  CPA firm changes name, moves downtown Honolulu office
 •  Open house offers free trapeze, tissu class
 •  Bishop Museum offers free admission on Jan. 25
 •  Lei queen applications available
 •  Economist to give 'Beauty Pays' talk
 •  Kids’ tofu haiku contest under way
 •  Aquarium offers ‘Whale Wednesdays’
 •  Vampires rule People’s Choice Awards
 •  Tax diversion won’t erase revenue woes

Local News
 •  FAA inspector tied to crash
 •  UH won't rescind faculty pay cuts
 •  Aiona wants secretary of state
 •  Across-the-board cuts in Hawaii budget criticized at hearing
 •  H1N1 vaccinations will open up to everyone in Hawaii next week
 •  2 Maui children hospitalized with burns from fireworks explosion
 •  Doug Olson led life of 'service to people'
 •  3 new deputy chiefs on board Photo gallery Video
 •  Furlough deal will be on table today
 •  Massey gets 20 years in prison
 •  Sex offender Mew incarcerated again
 •  Häna Highway collision critically injures 2 drivers
 •  Man killed in fall from Pali was Simon Cho, of Honolulu
 •  High-surf warning still in effect on north, west shores
 •  Forbes: Bank of Hawaii is No. 1
 •  Obituaries
 •  Elected elections chief is a good idea

 •  SBS opens PGA Tour
 •  Walker receives passing grade
 •  Rainbow Wahine feeling good for WAC season
 •  Mililani turns back Radford, 56-37 Photo gallery
 •  Moanalua boys top Kaimuki in OIA Red East
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Iowa owns Georgia Tech
 •  Grice-Mullins, Bess to reunite
 •  'Studying' pays off for Takata
 •  TX Tech starts search
 •  USC's Ferguson tapping Island volleyball talent
 •  'Big Unit' retires from baseball
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Bury the hatchet if it's for the best

Island Life
 •  Judge sends Fawcett's son back to jail
 •  Celestrial delight Video
 •  Pasta and salad a quick, nutritious dinner
 •  Make basics from scratch for better cocktails
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Veggie tacos leave holidays behind
 •  Make won ton from scratch, serve it up 'ono
 •  Millet a tasty alternative to meat
 •  Shelby's Sweets, Mei Sum on the move
 •  Starting the year with lots of recipe requests

 •  Experts see higher Isle airfares ahead
 •  Kauai, Big Isle home prices fall
 •  New computer offerings compete with netbooks
 •  Ocean fish-farming firm selling its Isle operations
 •  HECO to buy biodiesel fuel from Mainland
 •  Hawaiian Air pilots voting on contract

 •  New Year's ambitions for 2010 and beyond
 •  Give air security some thought
 •  Floating village provides the good life
 •  Hamamoto achieved key goals during her tenure
 •  Elected elections chief is a good idea
 •  Neighborhood ills