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Articles for August 11, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Rush hour: stretch of Alakea Street closed
 •  Police Beat: Man faces murder charge in stabbing
 •  HECO working to restore electric power in Hau'ula
 •  Kimberly Kim reaches U.S. Amateur semifinals
 •  Running back Anderson quits UH football team
 •  Maui man dies in one-vehicle car crash
 •  Trade winds to continue through tomorrow
 •  Surf expected to be in 2- to 4-foot range
 •  Town-bound Pali Tunnel to close for cleaning
 •  Travelers adapting quickly to changes
 •  Number of confiscated goods dropping fast

Local News
 •  Schofield soldier killed during training drills
 •  Private education getting pricier
 •  'True victory for the homeless'
 •  Museum gets Zero's ruins
 •  Hawaiian get-out-vote efforts build
 •  Registration drives reach out to immigrants
TERROR IN LONDON | AIR ATTACKS THWARTED
 •  National Guard may see duty at airports
 •  Travelers learn new rules in a hurry
 •  Year-old tip led U.K., U.S. to foil bomb plot
ELECTION
 •  Kaua'i House candidates target traffic, taxes
HIGHER EDUCATION
 •  UH students may produce news program
OTHER NEWS
 •  Woman indicted in theft of files
 •  At-risk children one of ABA president's biggest concerns
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Queen's gets help retaining nurses
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Another recruit leaves Warrior football team
 •  'Bad night' costs Viloria his crown
 •  Waipi'o knocked out of Little League event
GOLF
 •  Kaneko, Kim roll into amateur quarterfinals
FOOTBALL
 •  Eagles roll to 20-7 win over Browns
BASEBALL
 •  Pearl City advances to Juniors World Series
RECREATION
 •  Bowlers, batsmen find their game in Hawai'i
 •  Moore bests boys at Rip Curl GromSearch
 •  808 Basketball Club 13-under team wins title
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Kalani tops Utah, 10-3, in American Legion
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Time to prepare for that college essay
 •  Lineup for Lahaina's film festival worth wait
 •  Saving Honokowai focus of 'Passing the Gift' film
 •  Pualani's Amazon to heat up Elks Lodge
 •  Holiday stories wanted for HTY show
MUSIC
 •  My view: 'Bridging the Gap' by the Black Eyed Peas
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Rick Ross' debut rap album sails into port
MOVIES
 •  Conspiracy theorists question Stone's film
 •  Screening room
 •  'Electric Car' predicts a comeback
TELEVISION
 •  Complex police drama fills Season 3 of 'The Wire'
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Facade: A One-Act Interactive Drama'
PETS
 •  Professional pet sitters a loyal bunch
 •  China offered $100K to stop mass dog slaughters
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Home and garden calendar
 •  Organic farming starts with soil system
OTHER FEATURES
 •  Hot Mel Gibson media soup and plenty of it
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Help clean up the neighborhood
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events

Business
 •  Hawai'i's economy expected to endure
 •  New ban may hurt airport retailers
 •  Just what the airlines didn't need
 •  Tourism executives expect little drop-off
 •  Interisland travel unlikely to suffer
REAL ESTATE
 •  Mortgage rates still in downswing
 •  Housing's 'soft landing' in doubt
 •  Home is now where the mart is
CONSUMER
 •  New Chevy Camaro is a go for GM
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  BetOnSports gamblers have that unlucky feeling
 •  Part of Prudhoe Bay may stay open
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hilton to run Wyland Waikiki

Opinion
 •  Bailout only patches dying pension system
 •  Terror defeats us only when we allow it to
COMMENTARY
 •  401(k) reforms will help younger workers
 •  Even a foiled bomb attack costs us dearly
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Abuzz, busy are the Black Eyed Peas
 •  Augie T. brings glitz to his kid-time 'hood Kalihi
 •  Pualani's Amazon to heat up Elks Lodge
THE NIGHT STUFF
 •  People are people loving '80s tunes at Acid Wash
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  Conspiracy theorists question Stone's film
 •  Screening room
 •  'Electric Car' predicts a comeback
TELEVISION
 •  Complex police drama fills Season 3 of 'The Wire'
MUSIC
 •  My view: 'Bridging the Gap' by the Black Eyed Peas
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Rick Ross' debut rap album sails into port
DINING
 •  By request, it's back to burgers
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Facade: A One-Act Interactive Drama'
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Ongoing events