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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 29, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Rapid transit project here getting green light in Congress
 •  Maui judge recuses himself in deacon sex abuse case
 •  Better conditions lead to 67 for Wie
 •  Police Beat: Police arrest two in sexual-assault case
 •  Business briefs: Fruit growers conference set for Hilo
 •  Stocks finish lower ending four-week winning streak

Local News
 •  Families of mentally ill scared, angry
 •  Father charged in Talia's death
 •  Grants
 •  Museum keeping artifact in interim
 •  Rocket science a blast for blind Kane'ohe teen
 •  Salutes
 •  Variety of big fish drops sharply
 •  18-year-old charged in Hilo attack on tourists
 •  Farmer whose dog killed toddler pleads no contest
 •  Maui deacon charged with molesting boy
 •  Waikane flood problem a jurisdictional logjam
 •  Alleged threats land fugitive back in jail
 •  CrimeStoppers office burglarized
 •  Increase in idle teens puts damper on low dropout rate
 •  Dust blamed in chopper crash
 •  57 people injured by July 4 fireworks
 •  State offers kids free vaccination
 •  Burial-law faction loses ally
 •  Key date in Island history recalled
 •  Obituaries
 •  Clement 'Tiger' Espere, lifeguard
 •  David Alethea, 67, UH-West O'ahu professor
 •  John Tsukano, chronicler of 442nd feats

 •  For the Record
 •  Hawai'i, FSU seek game in Japan
 •  Sumo takes backseat to K-1
 •  Lingle: UH fee high for stadium
 •  Warriors a featured attraction in NFL Films
 •  Kamana'o tops preseason WAC
 •  Wie weathers tough day
 •  Hawai'i freediver qualifies for worlds
 •  Preparing for track event a labor of love
 •  Recreation events for August
 •  Sports notices
 •  Surfers plan to erase Guinness Book mark
 •  Watson headed for NFL Summit
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Proper pruning
 •  Skin care for guys no longer just a fad
 •  Home and Garden Calendar
 •  The good, the bad, the ugly: all about turf-grass thatch
 •  Glass artist brings his craft to Kailua
 •  Join the battle against Erythrina gall wasps
 •  Hubby just mowing the crass

 •  FTC blocks sale of Mahalo
 •  O'ahu's office vacancy rate drops
 •  Seawater business is booming
 •  Visitor arrivals up 5.5% in June
 •  Yum Yum Tree closing on Sunday
 •  Mortgage rates climb for 4th week in a row
 •  U.S. can learn from U.K.'s cool real estate market
 •  Stocks gain despite oil nearing $60 a barrel
 •  Summer's not all that's sizzling: Check the Dow
 •  State campaign targets ID theft

 •  E-waste problem demands attention
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Battle for Muslim hearts/minds improving
 •  Tax cuts would help sustain our economy

 •  Screening Room
 •  It's eclectic! At Rock Star, the music rocks
 •  All jazzed up for this weekend's jam
 •  Billboard hits
 •  My view: "Get The Knack" by The Knack
 •  Pipeline Cafe gets The Knack
 •  Before they were Pythons
 •  Tube Notes
 •  My view: "Fantastic 4"
 •  Two stories, straight from the heart
 •  15 reasons to go
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Portion sizes overshadow taste at Kaimuki deli
Performances keep 'Must Love Dogs' on track
 •  Special effects, powers elevate Disney's 'Sky High'
 •  'Stealth' all noise, dumb action
 •  'Year of Yao' shoots ... and scores