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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 26, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Coast Guard comes to aid of Taiwanese fishing vessel
 •  Police reopen Ala Moana Blvd. after suspicious package investigated
 •  State postpones Makapuu road closures this week
 •  Kaneohe Marine among three killed Sunday in Afghanistan
 •  Union members picket UPW in Hilo over prison closure
 •  Mayor says federal EIS on Honolulu rail-transit project is 99% complete
 •  Hundreds rally against cuts in Hawaii health, human services programs Video
 •  Higa told police Cyrus Belt was alive before he was tossed from overpass
 •  Kahului Pool closing Wednesday for pump repairs
 •  Waianae Small Boat Harbor dredging project begins Wednesday
 •  UHPA members ratify new contract with University of Hawaii
 •  N.Korea might allow U.S. in to recover Korean War dead
 •  Hawaii parents can enroll kids in kindergarten starting in February
 •  Bill would transfer management of Kalaupapa
 •  GOP blames unions and Democrats for education problems
 •  Hawaii tourism was down 4.5% in 2009
 •  Aiona to unveil plans for promotion of Hawaii sports
 •  State outlines case against teenager accused in Ewa Beach murder
 •  Three people arrested in connection with Liliha attack
 •  Big Island records fewer registered vehicles
 •  Northern Mariana Islands governor subpoenaed
 •  Guam lawmakers OK bill to triple tobacco tax
 •  Waianae man is Oahu's 8th traffic fatality of year
 •  December visitor arrivals edge up
 •  Man critically injured in Aiea fall
 •  UPS honors Lihue driver
 •  Runway work will increase air traffic over Kalihi, Downtown areas
 •  Waialua Library to host photography exhibit Feb. 4
 •  Volunteers sought to help collect water samples Feb. 6
 •  State Judiciary seeking court interpreters
 •  Aiea woman dies of injuries from Dec. 16 incident
 •  Panos Prevedouros to run for mayor
 •  UH faculty senate says cancer center director improperly appointed
 •  Kamehameha's Beau Yap verbally commits to Baylor
 •  NFL: Humor is back in Anheuser-Busch Super Bowl ads
 •  Li upsets Venus Williams to prevent sister semifinal
 •  OIA girls basketball playoffs start today
 •  OIA girls soccer playoffs start today
 •  CBKB: South Carolina's Downey scores 30 to take down No. 1 Kentucky
 •  Skiing: Bode Miller makes his fourth U.S. Olympic team
 •  Nadal retires with knee injury at Australian Open
 •  NFL heads toward labor showdown
 •  NFL: Six Super Bowl story lines
 •  Skiing: Kearney headlines U.S. Olympic freestyle team
 •  Figure skating: Animal rights group unhappy with Weir wearing fur
 •  NFL: Vikings CB Griffin needs major knee surgery
 •  CBKB: President thanks No. 1 Wildcats for Haitian relief
 •  USC’s Barkley has minor surgery on right wrist
 •  NFL: San Francisco DL Justin Smith added to Pro Bowl
 •  MLB: A’s sign free-agent RHP Sheets
 •  NFL: Atlanta receiver White added to Pro Bowl roster
 •  CBKB: Calhoun to miss 3rd game on medical leave
 •  Orioles and Tejada together again, for $6 million
 •  Super Bowl: CBS willing to air more advocacy ads
 •  MLB: Phils sign Ruiz to $8.85 million, 3-year contract
 •  NFL: Raiders hire Hue Jackson as offensive coordinator
 •  NBA: Hornets deal Brown to Clippers, avoid luxury tax
 •  Father's death puts Kerrigan in spotlight again
 •  Baseball: How to catch a fly ball? Keep an eye on it, study finds
 •  NFL: Some effects of an uncapped season
 •  Soccer: Ronaldo banned 2 games for breaking rival's nose
 •  Skiing: Pranger leads World Cup slalom; Miller 3 seconds back
 •  Super Bowl: Delta adding flights to handle crush heading for Florida
 •  CFB: 2 more Mich. St. football players face charges
 •  Soccer: Police identify suspect in Cabanas shooting
 •  Soccer: U.S. player Holden joins Bolton until end of season
 •  After Jay-Conan fiasco, NBC hopes to recover for Olympics
 •  CFB: SMU player suspended after arrest on rape charge
 •  NFL: Pete Carroll gets down to work at Senior Bowl
 •  UH track: Manoa Mile fundraiser Feb. 6
 •  UH women's volleyball: Banquet set for Jan. 31
 •  UH baseball: Grand Slam gala Feb. 15
 •  On this date: 1955 — Joe DiMaggio is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
 •  Company bidding to build rail system hosts meeting for contractors
 •  Out of bankruptcy, General Growth now focuses on reducing debt
 •  Hawaii BBB warns consumers about fake prize scam
 •  Baby Hui holds keiki gear ‘swap-a-thon’
 •  ‘Taste of ‘50s Local’ on gallery walls
 •  eBay founder to give lecture at UH
 •  Mardi Gras Carnaval 2010 is Feb. 16 in Honolulu Arts District
 •  B.E.A.C.H. screens ‘Marine Debris’ film
 •  Travis 'Moonchild' Haddix back at the Atherton
 •  Six artists from Hawaii to play at prestigious South by Southwest festival
 •  Clear disclosure vital in political spending

Local News
 •  Storm batters container ship Photo gallery
 •  JAL expected to remain marathon sponsor
 •  'There was nothing I could do' for dead tot Photo gallery Video
 •  Hawaii’s dry spell predicted to linger through May
 •  Hawaii House to decide by Friday whether to vote on civil unions
 •  Lingle calls for tax incentives to boost Hawaii construction, hiring Photo gallery Video
 •  Bail at $1M for 2 beating suspects
 •  Lingle repeats call to dismantle BOE
 •  Community calendar
 •  Construction worker dies of injuries after 18-foot fall
 •  UH prof plans 2nd mayoral bid if Hannemann resigns
 •  Group seeks help assessing water quality at beach park
 •  Woman allegedly beaten by grandson dies at hospital
 •  Resolution accuses Hinshaw of unfair search for director
 •  Courts extend deadline for hiring more interpreters
 •  Seven photographers will show, sell their work at library
 •  Free drive-in flicks start March 19
 •  Hawaiian Music nominees left off special Grammy Web site
 •  Kelly will manage Advertiser opinion
 •  Obituaries
 •  Spark in Lingle's speech returns

 •  NFL plan under review
 •  HPU tops Hilo in OT
 •  Seven from Hawaii remain in surf event
 •  'Bows' Williams to miss trip
 •  Lancers’ Munos sharp in 61-47 win
 •  Visiting Radford stuns Mililani, 44-43
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Gamebreakers
 •  Prep soccer
 •  Boys basketball poll
 •  Girls basketball poll
 •  Hawaii to get $550K from BCS
 •  Fact or fiction? Favre mulling retirement
 •  James' late free throws lift Cavs
 •  UConn women tie record run at No. 1
 •  Cilic outlasts ailing Roddick in quarters
 •  BYUH men pull out thriller against HPU
 •  UH volleyball stays No. 9
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Tough to call it a Pro Bowl this year

Island Life
 •  A cut above
 •  Pinkney, Stead win children's book awards
 •  Knocking on doors is so last century
 •  Beauty of comic 'Art' lies in eye of beholder
 •  Big business backed Hitler, Stone says Photo gallery
 •  Fraternity fundraiser gives aid

 •  Lingle plan halves employers' tax hike
 •  Bankoh's 4th quarter earnings rise 3.1%
 •  Low fuel forces flight turnaround
 •  A&B sells Mililani Shopping Center
 •  Existing-home sales for 2009 grew, even with December's 16.7% tumble
 •  Island Air COO Wetsel stepping down

 •  Lingle sets right focus for session: It's jobs
 •  'Our Aloha State's greatest days are yet to come'
 •  Rail Transit

 •  Beauty of comic 'Art' lies in eye of beholder