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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 10, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Schofield soldier killed while training for live-fire drill
 •  Firefighters put out 11th-floor condominium fire
 •  Viloria loses WBC title in unanimous decision
 •  Pearl City juniors advance to World Series
 •  Cornerback leaves UH football team
 •  Police Beat: Woman arrested in machete incident
 •  Kona Street stretch re-opened after 4-hour closure
 •  Trade winds bring some heat relief
 •  Shoulder work will slow traffic on Pu'uloa Road
 •  Guard may be tapped to help at airports
 •  VIDEO: Travelers urged to arrive early at airport
 •  GALLERY: Honolulu International Airport photo gallery
 •  Long waits at airport security check points
 •  What's permitted, what's not in carry-on luggage
 •  Interisland carriers report few delays
 •  Expect additional security screenings at Hilo airport
 •  Stocks up after terror plot thwarted
 •  Lihu'e Airport steps up security measures
 •  Traffic entering Maui airport squeezed into single lane
 •  Hotels notify guests about airport security

Local News
 •  Pflueger suit faults state, C. Brewer
 •  Fort Shafter's role in Pacific rises with plan
 •  Taking Isles back from alien plants
 •  Aircraft bomb plot thwarted in London
 •  Hotel strike vote scheduled
ELECTION
 •  Ex-presidential candidate lends support to Akaka
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Rally planned before Watada hearing
EDUCATION
 •  Jefferson needs reading tutors
 •  School safety
 •  Ka'ewai gets back to basics reading
 •  Tutoring free for needy kids
COURTS
 •  Court upholds ex-city official's long sentence
POLICE
 •  Suspect in stabbing 'wanted to go to jail'
HEALTH
 •  Bird-flu monitoring to include trapping
BIG ISLAND
 •  Two named to panels on Mauna Kea oversight
KAUA'I
 •  Stand-up paddler makes O'ahu-Kaua'i crossing
OTHER NEWS
 •  Volunteers ready to do battle with graffiti
 •  Vandals deface monument that warns of ocean danger
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Motorcyclist critically injured
BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
 •  Railings fixed for now
OBITUARIES
 •  John A.C. 'Babe' Chun, Hale'iwa store owner
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Warrior football practice heats up
 •  Co-captains on soul patrol
 •  Viloria finally will fight back
GOLF REPORT
 •  Wie learns a lot during busy summer 'School'
 •  Wie now knows when a stroke is really a stroke
 •  Greenleaf is top junior series golfer ages 13-15
 •  Holes in One
 •  Golf notices
BASEBALL
 •  Komine sent back to Triple-A
ISLE FILE
 •  Three from Hawai'i advance in U.S. Am
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Wie needs to bag one that works

Island Life
 •  This karate kid is couch potato no more
 •  Surgeon's shoe designs fashionable, healthy
 •  Movie openings
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Health calendar
 •  Tetanus shot may reduce MS chances
SHAPE UP
 •  Movies can be form of reel therapy
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Film shows sexy, seedy Brazil
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
SHOW BIZ
 •  Bruddah Iz's voice lives on, now in a new book

Business
 •  New vehicle sales down 3.6 percent in Hawai'i
 •  Cyanotech's 1st-quarter results delayed
 •  Isle credit union warns of scam
AIRLINES
 •  Airlines resort to sick-sack ads
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Tokyo flexes purchasing power
 •  Women can catch up on retirement savings
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Toyota scores big on dependability
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  HEI carrying fewer notes
GREG WILES
 •  Real estate investments through IRA allowed with restrictions

Opinion
 •  Beach homeless not just a Wai'anae issue
 •  Time to rethink Koke'e lease terms
COMMENTARY
 •  Worry about West's moral crisis, not Israel
 •  Family immigration process needs reform
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Surgeon's shoe designs fashionable, healthy
 •  TGI Thursday