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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 4, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Police Beat: Student arrested for threatening teacher
 •  Business briefs: Trade Zone 9 gets more space
 •  Retail sales reports push stocks lower

Local News
 •  Big Ten foe a big one, too
 •  Custody dispute blocks Talia's burial
 •  Hit-run victim's family 'fell apart'
 •  No child left behind, but electives could be
 •  Evacuees return to Waikoloa; 2nd fire in N. Kohala
 •  Two more arrests in tourist attacks
 •  $5,000 reward set in search for man
 •  Cayetano to teach at Farrington
 •  Progress made under education law
 •  Art reigns on little campus on hill
 •  Reading early put Wahiawa girl on road to success
 •  Commander hails Corps' history
 •  Ohio's anguish grows with war casualties
 •  Remembering the fallen: List of troops killed
 •  Even more work due along Nimitz Highway
 •  Wilson Tunnel open by weekend
 •  Teens up to snuff in tobacco sting
 •  Violent argument leads to arrest
 •  Big trash must meet guidelines
 •  Girl's tormentor facing max term
 •  Court hearing would be 'crapshoot'
 •  Hawaiians uniting in anger
 •  In Hilo, protest of ruling 'is pono'
 •  Ruling emboldens OHA, Home Lands opponents
 •  Obituaries

 •  For the Record
 •  Sports calendar
 •  Associate AD quits for Arizona business post
 •  Warriors open camp today
 •  Marciel, 72, in fifth decade coaching football
 •  2006 Mercedes tickets on sale
 •  Bad break for Els may become positive
 •  First ace a pleasant surprise
 •  Golf notices
 •  Kaneko advances in U.S. Amateur
 •  'Beachgirls' boost Beachboys
 •  15-year-old gets catch of the day
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  KoAloha celebrates decade of success
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Comfort on home front: preserving your castle
 •  Redman gigs at Pipeline Cafe
 •  Backpacks: Form and function can fit fads

 •  Gannett acquires Detroit paper
 •  Hoku Scientific lowers IPO price range to $8-$9
 •  Learn money management at your local college
 •  Media giant sets aside $3B for suits
 •  Puck's Alley upgrade in works
 •  Estate planning means more than avoiding tax bite
 •  Home-equity lines high, rates low
 •  Overdraft fees sting consumers paying the penalty — and banks' profit?
 •  There's little middle ground on opinions about frugal-diner etiquette
 •  Stock prices meander ahead of Fed meeting
 •  Gas in Honolulu hits record high

 •  Act quickly to protect coral reef ecosystem
 •  Senate needs to take action on stem cells
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  The strange metamorphosis of Sen. Clinton
 •  Vacation rentals, B&Bs good for economy
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday