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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 28, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Waikiki security guard dies following struggle with DFS shoplifting suspect
 •  Lingle wants independent review of Honolulu rail-transit's financial plan
 •  Higa's father says he smoked ice with son, Cyrus Belt's mother
 •  Driver pleads guilty in fatal 2007 Mililani car crash
 •  Hawaii man found not guilty in freeway shooting that left teen crippled
 •  Nanakuli woman is third to be beaten in home in less than a week
 •  Fire destroys half of Aliamanu duplex home
 •  Ed Kubo's nomination as judge on Circuit Court may be in jeopardy
 •  Oahu lifeguards urge caution as big waves, surf contest hit North Shore
 •  Maui records second traffic fatality of 2010, hours after first
 •  Wilcox school fire extinguished by alert citizen
 •  Hawaii County plans no waste disposal fee increases
 •  North shore swell diminishing
 •  Hanabusa raised $252,812 for congressional campaign in fourth quarter
 •  Big Island fire threat prompts park restrictions
 •  Ala Wai discharge was not from sewage
 •  U.S. Census Bureau seeking to hire Hawaii workers
 •  Arizona Memorial boats out of service next week
 •  RNC's Steele says Obama's address was 'missed opportunity'
 •  Police seek two men for robbery, assault at Pearl City home
 •  B&Bs on agenda at Windward Oahu meeting
 •  Two men indicted in Waialae Nui beatings
 •  Man gets life in prison for killing transgendered female
 •  Kihei woman is Maui's first traffic fatality of 2010
 •  We don't need a pay raise, City Council says
 •  Volunteers sought for Hawaii humpback whale-counting effort
 •  San Jose State sinks Rainbow Warriors, 83-60
 •  NFL's Goodell: Pro Bowl date switch already 'a success'
 •  Rainbow Wahine softball picked to finish third in WAC
 •  NFL players' union leaders air concerns over Pro Bowl location, timing, money
 •  Volcom Pipeline Pro men's surfing contest opens today
 •  UH basketball: Doubleheader deal for men, women games Feb. 6
 •  NBA: LeBron fined $25,000 for kicking water bottle
 •  Figure skating: Weir changes mind about wearing fur
 •  NFL: Jets QB Sanchez could opt for left knee surgery
 •  Tennis: Serena to face Henin; Murray advances to final
 •  MLB: Big Unit to throw out 1st pitch before M’s opener
 •  NBA: Bosh, 7 first-timers headed to All-Star game
 •  NFL: Hurt knee of not, Shockey intends to play
 •  Tennis: What a racket! Bidder offers $13,300 for Federer’s racket
 •  MLB: Tyler Walker agrees to deal with Nationals
 •  Nancy Kerrigan's father remembered as family man
 •  Soccer: Egypt and Ghana advance to African Cup final
 •  NFL: 49ers QB Smith to serve as Super Bowl analyst for BBC
 •  Tennis: Bidder offers $13,300 for Federer's racket
 •  Soccer: Los Angeles Sol of pro women's league folds after first season
 •  CBKB: Syracuse's Jim Boeheim gets a big cardboard head
 •  NBA: Spurs' Parker to miss several games with sprain
 •  MLB: Giambi, Rockies finalize $1.75 million, 1-yr deal
 •  Olivia Newton-John to play hockey mom in movie musical
 •  Auto racing: Danica Patrick to run at least 12-race NASCAR schedule
 •  Former NFL player Chris Terry arrested on drug charge
 •  NFL: Ochocinco wants to get his kicks in Pro Bowl
 •  NFL: Broncos promote Martindale to defensive coordinator
 •  Auto racing: NASCAR champ Johnson crashes in practice
 •  Boxing: Roger Mayweather pleads not guilty in Vegas case
 •  NFL: Cardinals confirm Kurt Warner Friday news conference
 •  NBA: Wizards hope to 'move forward' after Arenas banned
 •  CFB: Police make arrest in Oregon kicker assault
 •  MLB: Players donating up to $1 million to Haiti relief
 •  Boxing: Holyfield-Botha fight in Uganda called off
 •  MLB: Phillies, Contreras finalize $1.5M, 1-year contract
 •  Boxing: Chambers promises to 'shock' the world
 •  Soccer: Brazil forward Robinho joins Santos on loan
 •  Auto racing: Ferrari unveils 2010 car: the F10
 •  CFB: 2 Michigan State WRs plead guilty in assault case
 •  Skiing: Vonn has final World Cup business before Olympics
 •  NFL: Carrie Underwood to sing national anthem at Super Bowl
 •  CFB: New Kansas coach Gill making $2 million per year
 •  NBA: LeBron James teams with McDonald's
 •  Sports head injuries get attention from states
 •  Winter sports: Vonn has final World Cup business before Olympics
 •  Figure skating: Chinese duo wins pairs gold at Four Continents
 •  Autos: Ferrari unveils 2010 car — the F10
 •  Prep basketball standings
 •  Hawai‘i Strength Coaches Clinic Saturday at UH
 •  NFL: Childress takes the blame for Vikings’ 12th man snafu against Saints
 •  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: 1990 — 49ers beat Broncos 55-10 in the most lopsided Super Bowl
 •  Average speed on Hawaii's interstates among nation's slowest
 •  Hawaii businesses among nation's worst bill payers in December
 •  Chef Mavro again makes Gayot's list of top 40 U.S. restaurants
 •  Dolls in display in time for Girls Day
 •  HTY opens 'The Three Year Swim Club' Feb. 5
 •  Rapper Nicky Minaj at Level 4 Friday
 •  Shimmer & Lace party at Next Door benefits Art to Go program
 •  Hanaiali’i, Gilliom to perform live at Grammys
 •  City must pass bills on tents, carts in parks

Local News
 •  Chinatown plan supported
 •  Moon: Courts can't cut any more Photo gallery Video
 •  GOP sees opportunity in Islands
 •  Hawaii Legislature looks at ways to cut teacher furloughs
 •  Hawaii's unusual big-surf season a wave of money for North Shore Photo gallery
 •  Hawaii needs commission to attract sports events, Aiona says
 •  Bartley talked of fight with 'auntie'
 •  Isles' energy plans on track, state says
 •  Woman dies after being struck by SUV on highway
 •  2 men wanted for burglary, assault on Kaumahana Place
 •  B&Bs on agenda at tonight's development plan meeting
 •  City Council unanimously asks panel for no pay raises
 •  Grand jury indicts 2 men on attempted-murder charges
 •  Transgendered female's killer gets life in prison
 •  Volunteer to help count humpback whales for a day
 •  Community calendar
 •  Grants to support study of WWII sites
 •  Isle lawmakers praise Obama speech
 •  Boulder removal begins Photo gallery Video
 •  Mililani girls pitch in, again
 •  Obituaries
 •  Rudeness no longer clear-cut to some

 •  Colts' Pro Bowlers will attend game
 •  Hawaii places second as Australia wins fifth in row
 •  'Bows hope for sweep of Spartans
 •  UH's Wade able to mix, match volleyball lineup
 •  Rainbow Wahine trounce Spartans Photo gallery
 •  Omura enjoying stint as UH volunteer coach
 •  No. 9 Pearl City girls romp into OIA Red semis, 52-21 Photo gallery
 •  Kalani girls reach OIA soccer semis
 •  LION Coffee campaign brewing
 •  Prep schedule
 •  UH's Matsuoka gets Ho'olaule'a award
 •  FedExCup leaders
 •  Top college golfers gather at Mauna Lani
 •  Holes in One
 •  HPU to host Girls & Women's Day
 •  Serena, Henin play for Australian title
 •  Young advances in Honolulu tennis
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  UH should address state of its athletics

Island Life
 •  Core strength Video
 •  Processed foods, depression may be linked
 •  Health calendar
 •  Haiti benefit album debuts at No. 1
 •  Martial art born in Palama Settlement
 •  Enjoy game, but don't turn into a football

 •  First Hawaiian earns record $230.5 million
 •  Hospitals' fate in creditors' hands
 •  Oahu 127th in foreclosures
 •  Sleek, stylish iPad debuts
 •  Isle Toyota dealers on alert
 •  Hoku seeks competitive edge
 •  Aloha Air Cargo sets up repair unit

 •  Obama pivots to jobs, but stays his course
 •  Giant wind project will damage Läna'i
 •  Want to help business? Be specific
 •  State of state