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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 28, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Soldier charged in daughter's death
 •  Maui church deacon charged with sexual assault
 •  Wie battles rain, wind for 3-over 75
 •  Warriors third in coaches' poll
 •  Kamana'o picked as preseason's top WAC player
 •  Police Beat: Woman reports sexual assault
 •  Business briefs: Visitor arrivals hit record in June
 •  Positive earnings lift S&P and Nasdaq to 4-year highs

Local News
 •  Warriors must step above and beyond
 •  $5 million Ka Iwi coast project breaks ground
 •  Lesson 1: You are back in school
 •  Federal auditors won't probe how welfare money is spent
 •  Ex-liquor chief told to work for his pay
 •  Property tax break in sight
 •  Leeward residents heated up over fires
 •  Tented home burglarized
 •  Gifted students find peer kinship
 •  Moanalua 16-year-olds put a winning face on the Great Depression
 •  Schools do better on fire violations
 •  Staff helps military children face up to challenges
 •  Schofield will gain 3,700 troops by 2011
 •  Arson suspected in Lahaina blaze
 •  Walk light sought on busy road
 •  Court asked to seize assets, order restitution payment
 •  Dozens of Hawai'i residents defrauded out of $515,000
 •  Family sues over baby's plight
 •  Woman, 51, found guilty of stealing from stroke victim
 •  Filipinos to celebrate 100th year in Hawai'i
 •  Obituaries
 •  Saturday service for slain soldier

 •  Ex-UH coach still has warrior spirit
 •  For the Record
 •  Viloria ready to rumble Sept. 10
 •  Western Athletic newcomers 'Play Up'
 •  Young girl shows aloha for UH softball player
 •  Penn, Gracie to mix it up at K-1 Grand Prix
 •  Trying times for Boise St. safety Hall, teammates
 •  'Professors' link their love of game, friendship
 •  Inouye takes himself off list
 •  Sasada will take over at Po'ipu Bay
 •  Wie says she's not the best — yet
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Lost and Found
 •  Catch big-time wave riders on DVD
 •  Parents advised to tame their tempers
 •  "Lost" pyrotechnics delivered with punch

 •  Banner year so far for Isle hotels
 •  Federal Reserve report sends share prices up
 •  Parking still a bargain on O'ahu
 •  Po'ipu housing project planned
 •  After Oct. 17, bankruptcy filings can cost more, take longer
 •  Perfect credit score? That's just reaching too far
 •  Signs point to housing slowdown
 •  U.S. businesses lag on maternity leave
 •  Cingular service getting upgrade

 •  Independent probe needed in prison riot
 •  Residents must help fight invasive species
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Congress can help curb drunken driving
 •  Know the facts when invoking history

 •  Tube Notes