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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 15, 2010

Breaking News
 •  UPW workers get pay cuts, furloughs from arbitrator
 •  Diamond Head Road to remain closed after rockfall Photo gallery
 •  Whale carcass spotted off Punaluu beach park
 •  Officials identify woman's body found near Kaena Point
 •  Man pleads guilty in 2008 death of motorcyclist
 •  Runaway truck slams into house on Pali Highway Video
 •  Be aware of possible Haiti donation scams, FBI tells consumers
 •  Fire destroys Waianae Valley home
 •  University of Hawaii faculty paychecks cut 6.7%; TRO hearing date still not set
 •  Wreckage of plane crash near Palolo will be removed tomorrow
 •  Honolulu man struck by car dies
 •  Information sought on puppies dumped in Waianae
 •  Lawyer asks judge in Cyrus Belt murder trial to step down
 •  Oahu lifeguards urge caution as big swell rolls in on north, west shores
 •  Wreckage of World War II-era dive bomber found off Maui
 •  Haiti telethon to air on KHON
 •  American Samoa governor seeks better TV service
 •  Sen. Hooser to use Hawaii’s public financing system
 •  Hawaii emergency medical technician recruit class graduating tonight
 •  Kohala man reported missing
 •  Trade-wind weather, big waves in Hawaii weekend forecast
 •  Man killed, woman injured in Big Island motorcycle crash
 •  Elderly man hit by car near Aala Park
 •  Two Wahiawa events to celebrate cherry blossom season
 •  King Day event dedicated to Haiti relief efforts
 •  Applications to UH-Manoa up sharply
 •  Man critically hurt after SUV hits him in Waikiki
 •  Donor pledges $10,000 in hunt for monk seals' killers
 •  Stanford men easily sweep UH in volleyball
 •  Preps: Punahou beats Kamehameha in girls soccer
 •  CFB: Derek Dooley leaving LaTech for Tennessee
 •  CBKB: Coroner: Ind player who died had enlarged heart
 •  MLB: Lincecum among 128 players to file for arbitration
 •  CBKB: Surprise! Rebuilding Pitt among Big East elite
 •  College: Beach volleyball survives for NCAA play
 •  NFL: Saints bring back RB Deuce McAllister
 •  NBA: Arenas pleads guilty to felony gun possession
 •  CFB: RB Gerhart to leave Stanford for NFL draft
 •  MLB: AP source: Dodgers, Kemp agree to 2-year deal
 •  Skiing: Bode Miller wins World Cup super combi in Wengen
 •  MLB: Arizona, LaRoche finalize $4.5 million deal
 •  Tennis: Amateur star Alastair Martin dies at 94
 •  Motor sports: Injured Dakar rider Manca breathing on his own
 •  MLB: Mariners claim 1B Everidge off waivers
 •  Prep soccer standings
 •  NBA: Iowa town remembers “The Lucky Lakers”
 •  NFL: 49ers to play Broncos in London in 2010
 •  NFL: Bengals’ Ochocinco to Pro Bowl
 •  CFB: Why Kiffin should name his next child ’Mercenary’
 •  Tennis: Serena Williams loses Sydney final to Dementieva
 •  MLB: Former Cardinal Jack Clark condemns McGwire, others, calls them phony, fake
 •  Lacrosse: Free clinic Sunday at Kapiolani Park
 •  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
 •  On this date: 1967 — Green Bay Packers rout Kansas City Chiefs in first Super Bowl
 •  Kaiser to launch 2nd phase of Moanalua expansion this spring
 •  Ohana Waikiki Malia completes $6.6M renovation
 •  'Lost' stars will walk the red carpet for Jan. 30 premiere in Waikiki
 •  Documentary about Hawaiian youth on remote islands during WWII screens tomorrow
 •  3 Hawaii ukelele 'legends’ to play in one concert
 •  Improvised rock concert at Laughtrack
 •  'Slow Art Friday’ debuts tonight
 •  Hulaville to perform at Iolani fundraiser
 •  Legislature: Search for revenue looms as top mission

Local News
 •  $1.3M sought for special election
 •  Kauai on track to ban cell phones for drivers
 •  Worries mount in Isles for families, country's future Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii schools close again with no deal on furloughs
 •  Honolulu council shelves plan to rename park for Obama
 •  Downtown Honolulu electrical explosion injures 2, cuts power Photo gallery Video
 •  Stryker Brigade company's new leader beat the odds Photo gallery Video
 •  Poulin fit for trial, experts tell court
 •  Man critically injured after being hit by car in driveway
 •  Man in critical condition after being hit by vehicle
 •  More than 6,000 apply for admission to UH in fall '10
 •  King Day event a chance to donate to Haiti relief efforts
 •  Man killed, woman injured in motorcycle crash
 •  $10,000 reward offered for conviction of seal killers
 •  Festival, tour to celebrate cherry blossom season
 •  Relief trickles in Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Philanthropist David Twigg-Smith
 •  Lindquist service Tuesday in Waikiki
 •  Obituaries
 •  Booting weirdos off planes great idea

 •  Warriors tackle Stanford tonight
 •  It's all Rainbow Wahine on squad
 •  Quizon advances in Australian surf
 •  Accident won't keep ex-Wahine off court
 •  Kahuku boys edge Moanalua, 58-53 Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani girls beat Mid-Pacific, 62-51
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Kua perched atop Hawaii scoreboard Photo gallery Video
 •  Johnson shares first-round lead Photo gallery Video
 •  Chow turns down USC
 •  Senator: Boise should join Alabama at White House
 •  Making a name as a coaching mercenary
 •  NCAA dishonored by few 'renegades'
 •  Recruiting a game within a game
 •  Ogwumike powers No. 2 Stanford to Pac-10 rout
 •  LaTech stays unbeaten in WAC
 •  Arenas charged with gun felony
 •  Maui girl in NFL punt, pass, kick final
 •  Boxing, mixed martial arts bouts Sunday at Waipahu
 •  Owners ratify umpires contract
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Fujikawa's struggles quiet the crowd

Island Life
 •  From Beverly Hills to Honolulu Video
 •  Style icon debuts wearable art
 •  Korean golfers square off in Sony Open
 •  Beyoncé's busy with her to-do list in 2010
 •  Over-the-top 'Book of Eli' an enjoyable ride
 •  'Lovely Bones' struggles to flesh out on screen
 •  Firth shines in beautifully crafted period drama
 •  Ethan Hawke taps that vampire zeitgeist
 •  Critically acclaimed 'Hurt Locker' on DVD
 •  Screening room
 •  Hasty Pudding award goes to Hathaway Photo gallery
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Date book

 •  Time Warner will add 8 new channels
 •  Union election under scrutiny
 •  DOT study targets construction firms
 •  Kapolei complex set to rise
 •  Obama proposes tax on big financial institutions
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Neighbor Island Real Estate Transactions
 •  Hawaiian Air pilots ratify 68-month deal
 •  Dec. retail sales surprisingly decline

 •  Amid the tragedy, human kindness shines
 •  Obama's college pitch has blind spot
 •  Obama has much at stake in this election
 •  One year out: The fall
 •  Obama stay

 •  From Beverly Hills to Honolulu Video
 •  Style icon debuts wearable art
 •  Stars were out at Rocket Man's Isle concerts
 •  Korean golfers square off in Sony Open
 •  Over-the-top 'Book of Eli' an enjoyable ride
 •  'Lovely Bones' struggles to flesh out on screen
 •  Firth shines in beautifully crafted period drama
 •  Ethan Hawke taps that vampire zeitgeist
 •  Critically acclaimed 'Hurt Locker' on DVD
 •  Beyoncé's busy with her to-do list in 2010
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  Screening room
 •  'Dixie Swim Club' looks deep in friendship
 •  Apocalyptic 'Avatar' a blockbuster event
 •  The hot list
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Date book