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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for January 29, 2010

Breaking News
 •  Search to resume tomorrow for missing hiker
 •  State audit of DBEDT critcizes use of private funds for overseas trade missions
 •  Caldwell reports raising $327,928 for mayoral run
 •  House indefinitely postpones action on Hawaii civil-unions bill
 •  Work continues to remove boulders at Kalihi Valley Homes
 •  Hawaii getting new look for driver's license
 •  GOP adopts platform test for candidates during Hawaii meeting
 •  Army commander directed to 'take action' in Wanat review
 •  Tropical fish found dumped in Big Island trash container
 •  Kauai man gets 30 days in jail for cruelty to animals
 •  Hawaii Senate defers action on Kubo nomination for Circuit Court judge
 •  Wailuku house fire ruled accidental
 •  Furlough Friday rally held at state Capitol Video
 •  Coast Guard searching for missing man north of American Samoa
 •  Kaneohe Ranch to break ground Monday on Whole Foods in Kailua
 •  Big Island man taken into custody after standoff
 •  Waves dropping, but new northwest swell could reach Islands tomorrow
 •  Hanabusa raised $252,812 for congressional campaign in fourth quarter
 •  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
 •  Fire destroys half of Aliamanu duplex home
 •  Arizona Memorial boats out of service next week
 •  Warriors to close 2012 football season against Western Kentucky
 •  Warriors outlast UC Irvine in five sets
 •  Iolani's Epenesa gives verbal commitment to UCLA football
 •  Kurt Warner brings end to stirring 12-year NFL career
 •  NFL Charities give to 19 Hawaii non-profit groups
 •  Hawaii's top surfers set to go today at Banzai Pipeline
 •  NFL column: Pro Bowl belongs in Hawaii, post Super Bowl
 •  Federal government weighing action on BCS
 •  NBA: Kobe-LeBron Nike ad features gun language
 •  Eddie Hamada services Sunday at Iolani
 •  Tennis: Federer routs Tsonga, eyes fourth Australian title
 •  NFL column: Pro Bowl is an embarrassing waste of time
 •  Track: Bernard Lagat wins 8th Wanamaker Mile at Millrose
 •  Track and field: 2004 gold-medal relay team member admits to doping
 •  MLB: Athletics agree to $5.25M, 2-year deal with Wuertz
 •  Horse racing: Pennsylvania track asks state to probe horse deaths
 •  Mass. Sen.-elect Brown calls out Obama for hoops
 •  Skiing: Vonn third in WCup super-combi, extends overall lead
 •  CFB: Dunlap pleads no contest to DUI, gets probation
 •  Skiing: Ted Ligety of U.S. wins World Cup giant slalom
 •  MLB: Nady and Cubs finalize $3.3 million, 1-year deal
 •  CFB: Longhorns, Red Raiders move game to Sept. 18
 •  NFL: Saints comments not riling up Colts
 •  Tennis: Murray seeks to end Britain's 74-year drought
 •  NFL: Bengals' Maualuga arrested on DUI charge in Kentucky
 •  NFL: Tom Cable says he will return as coach of the Raiders
 •  NFL: Allegations thrust Rams Steven Jackson into TMZ-induced celebrity obsession
 •  Tennis: WTA calls for changes to ’whereabouts’ rule
 •  Figure skating: Japan’s Asada wins Four Continents skate
 •  Tennis: Venus, Serena win doubles title at Australian Open
 •  Dog show: American Kennel Club shows at Salt Lake Feb. 6-7
 •  Hawai‘i Strength Coaches Clinic Saturday at UH
 •  UH basketball: Doubleheader deal for men, women games Feb. 6
 •  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: 1950 — Jack Dempsey voted the greatest fighter of the past 50 years
 •  A&B to continue Maui sugar at least through 2010
 •  Central Pacific Bank parent reporting net loss
 •  More funds for Hawaii older-worker training released
 •  First Hawaiian Bank employees raise money for charities
 •  Hawaii papaya group receives $134,000 for export promotion
 •  'Wetlands Day’ offers marsh tours
 •  Big Isle stars in pilot for new PBS cooking series
 •  BHL Cafe opens in downtown Honolulu
 •  New Whole Foods Kahului partners with The Maui Farm
 •  Culinary Team Hawaii headed for regional competition
 •  Tokyo String Quartet to perform on Paganini Quartet
 •  See 'A Prairie Home Companion' at the movies
 •  Bank hosts Chinese New Year display, tours
 •  Maui chef caters to furlough 'fry'
 •  Time for better way to pick school board

Local News
 •  Civil-unions bill at pivotal point
 •  Senate panel deadlocks on Kubo
 •  Woman, 69, knocked out in attack in carport
 •  Honolulu rail plan 'shaky,' says Lingle; review may delay start
 •  Kauai County paying $7.5M to settle Kaloko dam lawsuits
 •  Humpback whales thriving in Hawaii as annual count begins
 •  City edges toward settlement in police, fire overtime case
 •  Mother was gambling, smoking ice, stealing on day toddler slain
 •  Guilty plea in racing fatality
 •  Man found not guilty in shooting
 •  Security guard dies after trying to detain suspect
 •  3 charged in man's beating, stabbing
 •  Environmental Management office plans no fee increases
 •  Kīhei man dies after crash on Haleakalā Highway
 •  Fast-acting neighbor saves Wilcox classroom from fire
 •  Fire destroys a duplex unit, leaving residents homeless
 •  Arizona Memorial tour boat service will halt for 5 days
 •  Hanabusa reports raising $252,812 in 4th quarter '09
 •  Lingle slams Obama on terror Photo gallery Video
 •  Community calendar
 •  Slain Marine 'stood out' in high school
 •  Obituaries
 •  Multitude of Isles' maladies vog's fault

 •  Spartans spank 'Bows
 •  Mistakes a thing of past for Warriors
 •  Mililani, Kalani girls in OIA final Photo gallery
 •  'Bows in New Mexico meets
 •  Mililani, Kalani girls in OIA final Photo gallery
 •  SOS releases $600K to schools
 •  'Iolani defeats Saint Louis in ILH hoops
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Schwenke visiting Notre Dame
 •  Games on TV
 •  O'Brien barrels through
 •  Good move for Pro Bowl
 •  No. 2 Stanford rallies past ASU, 71-48
 •  Magic topple Celtics, 96-94
 •  Giambi will help Rockies
 •  Rosenberg falls to No. 2 Honolulu seed
 •  Benefit hoops clinic at Kalāheo
 •  Piercy's 64 leads in Farmers Insurance
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Hawaii Bowl can make a difference

Island Life
 •  'Facing Future'
 •  Celebrities use ReVive — now you can, too
 •  Level 4's place to be to catch a rising star
 •  Screening room
 •  Not all roads lead to romantic comedy hit
 •  Bridges brilliant as boozy, broken-down Bad Blake
 •  After 7 1/2 years, Gibson 'right back at you'
 •  Hathaway gets Hasty Pudding pot Photo gallery
 •  TV star whets Japan's taste for Korean food, culture
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book

 •  Sale restrictions on condo project lifted
 •  'iPad' has folks giggling
 •  Toyota dealers could lose $2.47B
 •  Airlines remain cautious for 2010
 •  Ulupono leases Maui farm
 •  Ford steers way to $2.7B profit
 •  Congress opens investigation
 •  Gayot: Chef Mavro among nation's best
 •  Fed chief wins 2nd term after closest vote ever

 •  City must pass bills on tents, carts in parks
 •  Obama mixes policy with tough politics
 •  Civil-unions bill defies voters' will
 •  Soft on terror
 •  GOP

 •  Kung hee fat choy
 •  Celebrities use ReVive — now you can, too
 •  Hot ticket sales greet DHT's 'Joy Luck Club'
 •  Screening room
 •  Not all roads lead to romantic comedy hit
 •  Bridges brilliant as boozy, broken-down Bad Blake
 •  After 7 1/2 years, Gibson 'right back at you'
 •  Hawaii eats section
 •  The Mandalay caters to Bill Cosby's cravings
 •  Opera looking forward to a golden season
 •  Beyoncé, BEP, Swift likely to get Grammys
 •  Slack key could take Grammy once again
 •  The hot list
 •  Date book