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Articles for January 13, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Panic, looting, triage after major Haiti quake Video
 •  Clinton postpones Asia trip, returns to D.C. to help with Haiti relief effort Video
 •  U.S. military team lands in Haiti
 •  Massive aid effort under way for Haiti earthquake victims
 •  Red Cross seeking donations for Haiti aid
 •  Why Haiti keeps getting hammered by disasters
 •  Pat Robertson: Haiti earthquake result of ‘pact with the devil’
 •  International aid pledges for Haiti quake relief
 •  Timeline of Haiti’s natural disasters
 •  Wyclef Jean’s tweeting for Haiti galvanizes Web
 •  U.S. halts deportations to Haiti
 •  UPS donating up to $1M to Haiti relief effort
 •  14 U.N. personnel killed, 150 missing in Haiti
 •  Across U.S., families, friends await word
 •  U.S. celebrities urge quake relief
 •  U.S. Red Cross out of medical supplies in Haiti
 •  California deploying search-and-rescue team
 •  Want to help? Here are some tips
 •  A primer on U.S.-Haiti relations
 •  Fire damages two Moanalua Valley homes Video
 •  Hiker who fell to his death was Schofield officer
 •  Aloun Farms owners plead guilty to illegal workers
 •  Hikers find body near Kaena Point
 •  Maui police identify man who drowned off Makena
 •  Case claims Hanabusa wants to delay Hawaii election for Abercrombie's seat Video
 •  Kauai woman left hospitalized with burns after home fire
 •  Schoolkids invited to enter poetry contest
 •  Settlement reached on alleged wastewater discharge at Kualoa Beach Park
 •  Services for veterinarian killed in plane crash scheduled Saturday
 •  National charter school alliance says Hawaii laws restrictive
 •  Judge refuses to dismiss manslaughter charges in 2006 Kaloko Dam disaster
 •  Kauai home that sits atop burial site wins vote
 •  Man seriously injured in industrial accident at Kapolei
 •  Fight against Kona fire goes on
 •  Kauai Planning Commission denies Naue burial plea
 •  Big Island missing swimmer identified
 •  Board of Water Supply crews complete Waimanu Street repairs
 •  Man arrested in North Shore shooting
 •  Council delays action on trash fines for a month
 •  Kauai man pleads guilty in stabbing death of wife
 •  Former Schofield captain sentenced in $400,000 embezzlement
 •  Oregon man dies after swimming at Kihei beach
 •  Wie, Solheim Cup U.S. team members meet Obama
 •  Colt Brennan, 8 other Warriors on WAC All-Decade team
 •  Preps: Jim Iams retires as Punahou girls volleyball coach
 •  Maui girl in NFL punt, pass, kick national finals at San Diego
 •  NFL: Titans RB Johnson AP's top offensive player
 •  CFB column: Heavyweight Trojan football program given to lightweight — Lane Kiffin
 •  Sony Open: Tee times for Fujikawa, other Hawaii golfers
 •  NFL picks: Scoreboard watching can be dizzying
 •  NBA: No. 1 pick Griffin to have season-ending surgery
 •  Penn State volleyball player Hodge wins Honda Award
 •  NFL: Crennel to become def. coordinator for Chiefs, reunites with Weiss
 •  Canseco says McGwire still lying
 •  CFB: New USC coaching staff will use some old tactics, especially if Chow returns
 •  CFB: TE D.J. Williams returning to Arkansas
 •  CFB: Houston QB Case Keenum to stay for senior year
 •  NFL: Patriots LB Junior Seau retires again
 •  NBA: Celtics coach Doc Rivers is fined $25,000
 •  Lacrosse: Free clinic Sunday at Kapiolani Park
 •  UH basketball: First 500 for tonight's women's game get 'dog tags'
 •  CFB: All-American LB Jones staying at Michigan St.
 •  NFL: Redskins offensive line coach Joe Bugel retires
 •  MLB: Giants complete 1-year deal with Huff
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams into Sydney semifinals
 •  Track and field: Semenya's coach says she is free to compete
 •  Sailing: BMW Oracle takes Alinghi back to court over sails
 •  CFB: Tennessee begins search for Kiffin’s replacement
 •  MLB column: Steroid Era’s real mystery: Not who, but how many
 •  UH women's volleyball: Banquet set for Jan. 31
 •  UH baseball: Grand Slam gala Feb. 15
 •  Fishing: Applications being accepted for Mike Sakamoto scholarship
 •  Ex-NFL back Fuamatu-Maafala will head youth football camp
 •  Little League to hold seminars in Hawaii
 •  Football: Westside Big Boyz 8-man team holding registration
 •  Pro boxing, mixed martial arts card Sunday at Waipahu High
 •  On this date: 1974 — The Miami Dolphins win their second straight Super Bowl
 •  Thousands turn out for Hawaii job fair
 •  BBB accepting nominations for 2010 Torch Awards
 •  Free yoga program offered in Waimanalo
 •  State library offers 2 ‘storytime’ programs
 •  APEC preparation will take coordination

Local News
 •  Pedestrian killed in Nu'uanu Photo gallery Video
 •  Ocean debris action plan debuts
 •  Honolulu Zoo rated 3rd-worst for elephants
 •  Honolulu rail project architects defend plan for elevated route
 •  Clinton says U.S. is 'back in Asia,' hails diversity of Isles Photo gallery Video
 •  Actress, other women allege abuses by Hawaii's Family Court
 •  Inouye, Cochran visiting Japan
 •  Grant will boost PBS student news network Video
 •  'End of the World' jumper still missing after search
 •  Oregon man, 49, dies after being caught in a riptide
 •  Kaläheo man rescued from ocean near Sheraton Kauai
 •  Hoapili Sr., 51, admits guilt in stabbing wife to death
 •  Army officer given stiff sentence for Afghan scheme
 •  Hoapili Sr., 51, admits guilt in stabbing wife to death
 •  Council defers action on bill allowing fines for early trash
 •  Community calendar
 •  Suspect, 23, held in attempted murder
 •  Islands still a sunny favorite even as pro golf visits dwindle Photo gallery
 •  Obituaries
 •  Clinton focuses on ties to Asia

 •  Vandals will feel right at home in Hawaii
 •  Penn to defend in Abu Dhabi
 •  Kiffin hired as USC coach
 •  'Iolani girls deny Punahou, 2-0 Photo gallery
 •  Kamehameha boys hold off 'Iolani, 49-47
 •  Kahuku boys stay unbeaten in OIA Red East
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Keiley answers Challenge Photo gallery
 •  Fujikawa one of six with Hawaii ties to tee it up
 •  Sony Open - Past Champions
 •  Waialae Country Club
 •  Sony Open Record Book
 •  The Field
 •  He got trophy, not attention
 •  Top PGA money leaders in 2010 Sony Open in Hawai‘i
 •  PGA wives’ food program to benefit keiki
 •  Sony Open in Hawai‘i
 •  Isle players eager to kick-start year, careers
 •  Major competition set for Sony
 •  Packers' Woodson is AP's top defensively
 •  Freshmen lift No. 2 Kentucky
 •  Spurs roll past ailing Lakers
 •  'Goose' says no Hall for users of steroids
 •  Satele to try UH volleyball
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH must step up for Nash's sake

Island Life
 •  Rules to eat by (and still enjoy it)
 •  O'Brien rejects NBC's late-night shift
 •  Design it, and fabric companies will print it
 •  Super soba
 •  Cupcakes go healthier with a few tweaks
 •  Shepherd's pie is easy, delicious
 •  Easy soba recipe requires plastic bag, scale
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Go ahead, Godiva for breakfast

 •  State tax revenues drop 8.3% since July
 •  Sawyer named SBA Hawaii director
 •  Google ending its censorship in China
 •  U.S. airline group offers JAL $1.4B
 •  Isle ag sales hit 28-year high
 •  Fed paid record $46.1B to Treasury
 •  Pacific Office Properties looking to buy
 •  U.S. trade deficit at 10-month high; exports also up

 •  Army needs to make case for Makua plan
 •  Pakistan showing promise, at last
 •  Renouncing evil powers and anonymity
 •  Inouye, Akaka choose politics over principle
 •  Clinton focuses on ties to Asia
 •  Civil unions